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red mail William JOHNSON and Phoebe LIPSCOMBE
My third great grandfather William JOHNSON born about 1796 married a Phoebe LIPSCOMBE born about 1796 around 1815 but marriage record cannot be found. Both William JOHNSON and the father of Phoebe Lipscombe, Arthur LIPSCOMBE born about 1770 were mariners. Phoebe was born in Alverstoke but not sure about the others. Phoebe's parents Arthur LIPSCOMBE and Phoebe DEWEY were married in 1792 in Gosport. I am particularly interested in any information on William JOHNSON especially parents and naval records. Similarly Arthur LIPSCOMBE. I think the first 2 children of William Johnson and Phoebe Lipscombe (Mary Anne b 1816 and Emma b 1824) were born in Greenwich, Kent which suggests that William may have been in the Navy. Any help and advice on how to find further information on these ancestors would be much appreciated. Many thanks
Seeking information about Charlotte PEARMAN Nee Attwood, who married George PEARMAN , Charlotte died July/Aug/Sept 1875 aged 39 2b 305 does anyone have a copy of the death certificate as I am interested in the cause of her death at such a young age leaving behind 6 young children. She was a school mistress 1871 Census Alverstoke Hants. Her only daughter Dora A Pearman also died young leaving a large family. Cause of death? please help.
red mail Elson Location
I have received a death certificate for my great great grandfather Thomas Henry Bevis 1839 -1880. It states he passed away 'Near The Fat Elson/Elbow' (?) in Elson (handwriting hard to decipher). Google searches reveals nothing for these premises so I wondered if anybody could shine further light on this location? The only other location it may be is The Fort Elson although the word looks more like 'Fat'. Thomas was a shipwright at the Dockyard.
red mail Butler.
Any info on Butler family of Alverstoke.Particulary - JANE BUTLER - Birth:1832.(Approx) May have married Thomas Hayden.Alverstoke.1846.(Approx) Thanks.J
red mail Crouch and Rogers
I am trying to find information about William Crouch and Hannah Rogers who married in Alverstoke in December 1821
red mail Dicks of Alverstoke
I have a family connection to Walter George Dicks (Jan 4 1904 - Apr 14 1988, died in Australia). We know his father was an E. J. Dicks (possibly, but not certainly, Edward), of Alverstoke, Hampshire. My wife seems to recall him saying his mother was Alice. This Alice was married twice, each time to one of the Dicks brothers. She had one child, Charles, to one of the brothers and then, after her first husband died, two others, Walter and John, to the other brother, E. J. We understand Charles died as an airman in the first World War. Does anyone have any information?
red mail Matthew & Mary Manning
Can not find any records apart from the copy of a wedding cert, given to me by my grandfather. Looking for information on gr gr grandparents. Know that Gr gr Grandfather was called Matthew Manning, from Ireland, occupation Solider . Could be deceased. listed on his daughters ( (Annie Theresa) marriage cert. Have found a possible record for a Matthew Manning (34) and Mary Manning (26) in 1881 Census at New Military Barracks in Alverstoke. Children list as Francis David, Chas William, Mary and Georgina. Only other listing is in 1881 for Mathew Manning Patient of Infirmary of the Woolwich Union also listed in same censusand place Annie Manning. Need help connecting and verifying infomation and or tracing the family. Any help greatly appreciated. Cheers Kristen
red mail George COLLINS/Margaret FORBES Late 1700s
Seeking information and contact from descendants of George COLLINS born 1768 at Alverstoke, Hampshire. George married a Margaret FORBES at St. Peter's Chichester, Sussex in 1788. The family settled at Gosport, near Alverstoke. Their children were Henry (1792), William (1794), Matthew (1796), Elizabeth Forbes (1798), James Westmore, (1799), Margaret (1804), Esther Brissault (1810), Susannah Fanny (1911) of whom I descend. I believe the family was very much of naval employment and I believe that Henry was a Royal Navy Commander although this is largely unproven. Also wondering where the French surname BRISSAULT fits into the COLLINS genealogy too. Any information especially old photos is very welcomed and appreciated. Distant cousins also warmly received.
I,m researching my for fathers HUISH in Hampshire from 1650, they were attorneys, Naval men, carpenters and cloth workers, and some of us ended in Australia,I would appreciate any info from locals, or other family members, very much, I,m in UK at the moment to understand my Heritage in this beautiful country, Thank U for any help and assistance U care to share with me.
Seeking descendants of Edgar Tarrant Bedford born 1846 St. Helena Island. I descend from his brother HECTOR born 1848 St.Helena. Hector had ten children. I have a lot of information on his descendants and ancestors.
red mail Henry George Richard Standfield
I am researching my tree and have hit a brick wall. Does anyone have a HENRY/HARRY Stan(d)field who was a railway porter and who lived at 22,James Street,Southampton in their tree?He married Elizabeth Farnan (Evans) in Alverstoke in 1897.According to the marriage cert. their fathers were James Standfield(deceased former warrant officer RN)and Thomas Farnan (private RMLI)
red mail tyrrell
i'm researching my family tree and have reached my grt grt grt grandfather george tyrrell who was married to diana mary tyrrell. they had a son george james and a daughter mary. i have now come to an end and need a link to the next grt relation. can anyone shed some light for me. many thanks sandra
red mail Adams
Thomas Adams married to Ann maiden name unknown.Son Henry born 1775 and daughter Betty born 1763. Betty married John Bennett in Alverstoke Lived in Southampton had son Joel and daughter Mary. Does this connect with anyone?
red mail Hellyer
Hello there, I am looking for information on my mother's birth. My mother's maiden name was Hellyer and she was a twin, she also had other twin siblings. My grandmother apparently had 3 sets of twins but I am unable to find out anything about them. I am assuming that multiple births to any one family were quite rare. My mother was born about 1909. If anyone has any information about this, I would be extremey grateful. Best wishes and thank you in anticipation. Diane
red mail Henry Saurin, Edith Carter - Alverstoke
Can anyone help me solve a riddle please. Eugene Saurin married an Edith A Carter in Portsmouth in 1883 and they later seperated after having 2 sons ( Eugene & Ralph ). I have found the death of a Henry Saurin in Alverstoke in 1/4 to June 1911 aged 23 but I can't find his birth anywhere. however I have found the birth of a Henry "Carter" in 1888 in Portsmouth - could this be a 3rd son born after the seperation and registered in his mothers name? To add to the confusion I have also found a birth 3 months after Henry's death in the 1/4 to Sept 1911 of a Henry A Saurin in Portsmouth with mothers name of Warwick given. Could this be my mystery Henry's ( 1888-1911 )son ? I can not find a marriage for Saurin/Warwick and I can not find a marriage or death recorded for Henry A between 1911 -1950 ? Any help or clues would be much appreciated
red mail Castle Tavern Alverstoke
My great grandfather was licensed victualler at castle tavern in 1881 and 1891. His name was William Herbert Butler. I would like to find out if he owned it and also the general history of the pub and would be grateful if anyone has any information.
red mail Devonshire/Barker/Lasseter
Does anyone have any information on any of these names from the 1830s?
Elizabeth Wells (nee Green)
Elizabeth Green born circa 1806 married William Wells in Alverstoke in 1828. In 1841 census believe Elizabeth Wells in Portsea with 7 children and William Wells (a Stone Mason)probably in Debtors Prison, Penny Street. It is believed William died in 1851 but no trace of Elizabeth after 1841, cannot find death. Can you help ?
red mail Barnicoat
Looking for information on Albert Barnicoat. Married in 1910 to Maud Mary. He was reportedly in the Artillery but may have been a Royal Marine gunner as he was stationed at Devonport? He shows in the 1911 census as being in Alverstoke but this was where his parents lived. Maybe he used his home address in the census.
Ash family
Any info on Rebecca Ash 1793 who married David Quick in 1812, would be appreciated.
red mail davis
I am trying to find any information about the davis family that resided in Alverstoke in mid 1800's. I have found a Charles and Mary Ann Davis which I am sure are my Great Grandparents, they had a few children Robert, George,John, Henry (my grandfather) and Priscilla.
red mail Knights of Alverstoke
I am trying to find who the parents of Mansell Knight b 1816 and Jasper Knight b 1820 are. On the 1841 census they are with a Martha b 1776 ,I guess she is their Mother.They were all born in Alverstoke. And J asper worked for The Royal Clarence Yard. Any information would be most helpful
red mail GILPIN
The 1911 census shows Claude Coombes Gilpin and his wife Emily Caroline living at Shaftesbury Road, Gosport in the County of Hampshire, in the District of Alverstoke. I know that he served in the Royal Garrison Artillery and believe he survived WW1. Does anyone know what happened to him after this. Did he emigrate to America or Canada? Cannot find any information surrounding his death or descendants. Can you help? Thank you
red mail John Dicks/Dix
I am looking for any ancestors of my g/g grandfather John Dicks/Dix 1846/1910, who was born in Bridgemary Gosport Alverstoke.He was in the R.N.in1871 as Lamptr under the name of John Dix. In 1881 he was a seaman stoker on H.M.S.Osborne under the name of John Dix. Lived in the Brockhurst area and Russell St.Gosport under the name of John Dicks .He had six sons, Edward 1873, (who married Alice Beatrice Coombes in 1900),George 1874, John 1875, James Henry 1880,Fred 1883, Bertie 1886.Any info would be most appreciated.
red mail Flux, Margaret
I am seeking ancestors and/or descendents of my great-grandmother, Margaret Ann Flux, daughter of John Flux & Elizabeth Griffiths. Margaret was born 1863 at Pembroke Wales; she married at Alverstoke (1) William Brown (1883) (2) James Job Street (1898) and possibly (3) unknown Skinner (after 1901). Her brother Charles Frederick Flux was a navy man; he married widow Rhoda Newman (nee Bristow).
red mail Rusland Road. Alverstoke 1901 census
I'm trying to find where Rusland Rd was in 1901 & also would like to find out whether Richmond Road exsisted then.
red mail Buckland/ Millett
looking for members of the Buckland/ Millett families of Alvertoke, Particularly Thomas and Percy Millett and Martha Buckland
red mail Nicholson = Coster
I am looking for details of a John Nicholson born 1786 but don't know where. I know he married an Elizabeth Coster 1807 in Alverstoke. Any information regarding either would be fabulous. Many thanks.
red mail Gallienne families of Alverstoke
Looking for any descendants of the Gallienne families in Alverstoke. My mother was the daughter of Ellen Florence Gallienne and William George Mitchell.Ellen Florence was the daughter of Francis gallienne and Emily Cains. The Galliennes originate from St Peter Port Guernsey through Thomas Gallienne and Mary Flight who's son Thomas Henry and daughter Catherine Elizabeth came to Alverstoke and raised families there. Thomas Henry a RN Shipright married Ellen Riley and Catherine Elizabeth married William Lamble also in the RN.
red mail Looking for descendants of James Edmund Smith
Looking for any descendants of James Edmund Smith and Agnes nee Whall nee Gallienne. James was the landlord of the Royal Arms in Alverstoke.He was also the captain of the Queens Bowls Club.
red mail pride
james sign pride was born in alverstoke March 12 1853. He married Tabitha ? He was a member of the Coastguards. Does anyone have any information on the above or of the Coastguards in that area. Thank you
red mail Hampshire Garnetts
My G/Greatgrandfather William Garnett was born in Alverstoke Hampshire Nov.1817 his parents are shownas Thomas Garnett and Ann,is there anybody thatcan help me please get Ann's maiden name and when they were born and Married.Thank you.
red mail Sandercombe/Sandercomb
Looking for any information on Sandercombe's in Hampshire. Family is thought to have originated from Cornwall. Very rare name and almost died out in the UK. Any info. welcome.
red mail Bridgemary
I am looking for any information on Edward Adrian Gissing he was married to Emma Gissing (Nee Durdin)one of their daughters was Eileen Ivy M. Gissing she was born in 1904 in Bridgemary
red mail Jacques
Looking for John Jacques born around 1810. He could have been a papermaker from Alversoke or Brighton. He was transported to Tasmania in 1835. I would appreciate any information. Judith Jacques
Looking for the family of Thomas & Mary KNIGHT, their daughter Emma was born 7 May 1828, bapt. 12 Oct 1828
George Foster, b 1840, Congelton, Cheshire, Colour Sergeant RMLI based at Forton Barracks, married Mary Ann Rowland b 1849, in 1868 at St. Thomas Church, Elson, Alverstoke. Mary Ann Rowland's father was William Rowland, a Tailor, presumably from Forton. Grateful for any information on Mary Ann Rowland, her mother and father. Witnesses at the wedding were William Wooll and Georgiana Mary Leward. George and Mary Ann remained at Forton Barracks until George left the RMLI (red) in 1881 after 21 years and moved to Chingford, Essex. Would also be interested in any information on the Royal Marine Light Infantry schools provided for the children of servicemen. Many thanks.
Looking for decendents of WILLIAM COOK b.1828 &MARY ANN COOK b.1827. 1891&1901 census they lived at 7, THORNYGATE ALMSHOUSES,INVERNESS RD, ALVERSTOKE
Wright Family
Looking for decendents of WILLIAM WRIGHT a cabinet maker born 1786 In1841 cencus he lived at HORWARDS YARD,SOUTH ST,ALVERSTOKE with his son JAMES aged 10 & Eliza aged 12
red mail Mugridge
I have traced my family name back to William Mugridge b.approx 1745 married Sarah Butler in June 1778 Alverstoke. Can trace Sarah back, but not William. Seems no other Mugridges in Hampshire at this time. Any info on William Mugridge - maybe Devon or Sussex? My family line came through one son William born 1782 who married Elizabeth Courtnell in Portsea 1807 and had a large family. Did Sarah and William have any other children?
red mail Jackson - Tarver - Gallienne
My Great Grandfather x4 William Jackson married Martha Tarver in Alverstoke in 1801. They had a Son William born 1802 who married Susanna Gallienne in Southampton in 1823 then they moved to Romsey then out of the county from the late 1830's. I would love to find anyone related from the Alverstoke link as this is as far as I have been able to go back. Thank you. Nick.
red mail Alverstoke Gosport
I am looking for information on the descendants of Edgar Thorpe. Edgar was born in Otley, West Riding of Yorkshire about 1886. He was the son of Benjamin & Mary Jane Thorpe. He had 2 brothers, Percy (my Great Grandfather) and John Robert Thorpe. He also had 2 sisters, Fanny & Bertha Thorpe. Edgar married Annie E Jackson in Alverstoke, Hampshire Sept 1914. As far as I can ascertain they had 6 children:- Edgar B. R: born 2q 1915 died 1q 1916 Benjamin: born 4q 1916 died 3q 1922 Percy J: born 1q 1918 died 3q 1922 Mary J: born 1q 1920 Edgar O: born 1q 1922 Doreen G: born 1q 1925 It is believed that Benjamin & Percy died as a result of a drowning accident. All the children were born in the Alverstoke district. If there is anybody in the district who is a descendant of Edgar & Annie or has any information regarding the family especially the deaths of Benjamin & Percy I would be more than pleased to hear from you.
Sarah Doust and Thomas Rose
Thomas Rose married Sarah Doust 21.10.1784 in Alverstoke. In 1841 census they are living in Forton Road, Alverstoke. Sarah died 1844 and Thomas in 1843. I cannot find any record of their birth/baptism. I think the years are about 1763 for Sarah and 1758 for Thomas. Any information on their parents would also be appreciated.
red mail Rowe Family
Trying to find out about the Rowe family from Alverstoke. Richard (1857) and Annie (1860 Nee Groves) Rowe had 11 children - 1880 - 1903. George Thomas was Quartermaster on the Titanic. I woud be very grateful for any info. Does Castelman's Yard, Alverstoke mean anything to anyone please?
red mail Sidney Goble
moved to USA circa 1925
red mail townsend
George John Townsend, son of John and Mary, was baptised at Alverstoke March 1805. I would like to know more about the area and possible occupations for John, who as far as I can tell was not a local to the area. The family had moved to Newmarket, Suffolk by 1811. George John married Mary Johnson (around 1826) in Birmingham and then went to Coventry. Sny help about the family or the Alverstoke area would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Elizabeth Poor b. 1751 Alverstoke
Elizabeth was the daughter of John POORE and Sarah LISLE. She married James PHAROAH or FARROW on 13 Oct 1784 in Alverstoke. I am looking for further info on her parents. Can you help?
red mail Black Bear Yard
I have traced WILSON family to 82 Black Bear Yard.Alverstoke in the 1861 census. My great, great, great grandfather was James Wilson a labourer born circa 1815. He was married to Jane. HIs grandson, george, born 1867 in Hampshire moved to Wolverhampton where he became a brass caster. My family have been based in Wolverhampton since then.
red mail Fraser
Roderick Fraser b 1780 married at Alverstoke Hampshire on 19.10.1806 to Hannah Taylor. Children were William Cobbett McLeod Fraser christened 7/5/1820 at Saint Mary's Portsea Hampshire, Bridget Fraser christened 31/10/1813 at Saint Thomas, Portsmouth, Hampshire, Hannah Fraser christened 19/2/1815 Saint Mary's Portsea, Hampshire, Sophia Sarah Fraser christened 6/8/1826 at Saint Mary's Portsea. William Cobbett McLeod Fraser married Emma Cook at Saint Mary's Portsea on 25/12/1838. Emma Cook christened 23/4/1820 Saint John's Portsea ///daughter of Henry Cooke and Elizabeth?
red mail Eliza Collins
Born 1866 Southsea. Nee Brown Moved to Gosport Married Walter Kite, Michael Harrington and William Collins. Children Laura, Nora, Miriam, Maggie, Annie, William, John, Desbrow and Raymond
Looking for parents of Thomas Davis & Catherine Flemming married Alverstoke 22 August 1822. Any assistance greatly appreciated.
red mail Frances E CRESDEE
Frances Eleanor CRESDEE was born in 1889 - ref J1889 Axminster 5b 1 - to George Augustus CRESDEE and his wife Hannah Elizabeth nee BAXTER. He was a ships carpenter with the Coast Guard and later with the training ship 'WINSPIRIT'
red mail Abraham Huggard
Looking for info on Abraham Huggard b. 7 Sep 1906. Known siblings Stephen, Beatrice, Bert. Born Alverstoke, Gosport. Father John Huggard. Came to Aus c. 1924. Married, raised family and died in Brisbane Qld.
Looking for info re Tom or Thomas POPE living at Manor Farm, Horningsham, Wilts in 1861 census aged 19, b Toller Porcorum, Dorset, s of Thomas Pope, farmer and his wife Sarah.Evidence to suggest he may have gone to South Africa soon after this and there married Clarissa SIDNEY daughter of Charles Sidney of West Hanningfield , Essex, possibly later separated or divorced. Thomas Pope (junior) may have later lived at Alverstoke (in 1881 census at 5 Trafalgar Square, Alverstoke with wife Rachel, b in Paris, then aged 36) and Portsea, Hants (in 1891 census at 35 Broad St).
GEORGE FREDERICK WOODHEAD, Son of SAMUEL JAMES WOODHEAD & HARRIET ANGEL (nee Bagshaw) was born Canterbury 1879. He married in ALVERSTOKE in 1900, BEATRICE LILIAN DHARTY. Only 3 children found, two of whom died v. young AGED 7 MONTHS AND 3 YEARS RESPECTIVELY. lATER, another, GEORGE SAMUEL JOHN born Oct. 1910, Alverstoke may have survived. After leaving the Navy, probably in 1915, what happened to this family? Any help would be appreciated.e
red mail Pafford/Paffard Alverstoke
Looking for information on PETER PAFFORD/PAFFARD he married a JANE UNKNOWN and they had 10 children PETER 1775 JAMES 1779 JOANNA MARIA 1779 JOSEPH 1783 ELIZA 1785 HENRY 1787 JAMES ABT 1787 JANE 1789 THOMAS 1791 SOPHIA 1793 All were born in Alverstoke Gosport Hampshire
red mail BEVIS
Anyone researching John or George BEVIS, both living in Alverstoke on 1881 Census(born Stubbington) Anyone know anything about house called/at Little Green, where John was Head Butler?
red mail Woodyatt
I have a Robert George Woodyatt, b. 1824, Alverstoke. Married Jane Hall in 1848 also in Alverstoke. All their 13 chn were born either in Australia or on the way here.
red mail WOLFE
I'm looking for any information on JOHN WOLFE born around 1760 he married an ELIZABETH unknown they had three children that i know of at the moment ELIZA born 1804 HENRY born 1806 and JOHN born 1799 all born in ALVERSTOKE. Any info would be much appriciated.
red mail lilian cains
I am looking for any info on Lilian Matilda Annie Cains, who married Frank Wheeler June qtr 1909 in Alverstoke. Thanks
red mail Elizabeth,James Martin
My Great Grandfather James Baker Martin was born in Alverstoke workhouse on the 7th August 1834 his mother was Elizabeth Martin unfortunately there is no father on the Baptism cert at St Mary's.I would be very gratful for any information on Elizabeth,Thank's.
red mail Alverstoke and Portsmouth
I am a Durbin my father was Norman Durbin and he had a brother who went to Americia, there father was Frank Durbin who married a Frances L Hyde in 1890 her parents Frances E. Cresdee and George T. Hyde,from Alverstoke. I am not sure of his parents do I have any relatives out there
red mail CRESDEE
Several branches of the CRESDEE family lived in and around Alverstoke in the 19th century. Any information on them or their descendants would be appreciated. Jeanette
red mail Chenevix Trench, Richard
Richard Chenevix Trench (1807-1886) I believe was the curate to Samuel Wilberforce, rector of Alverstoke. If anyone has any information about his ancestry I would be very grateful
Searching for information about a George Evans, married to Hannah Mason, with children William Mason Evans and Jane Evans born in the Averstoke area in 1820's.
red mail ADNAMS in Alverstoke
Interested in the name ADNAMS in Alverstoke.
red mail Oakes
Trying to locate decendants of Frank Oakes & Maria Oakes. Living in Leesland Row , Alverstoke at the 1881 census. They had children Frank & Maria. Maria being my Great grandmother aged one at the census. She was recorded as being born in the Cape of Good Hope. (South Africa)Maria married John Neill who was in the Royal Marines at Forton Barracks in Gosport.Any info welcomed.
red mail Curtis Barnett 1696 - 1746
Commodore Curtis Barnett. Probably born Alverstoke, Hants 20th April 1696. Died in command of East Indies Squadron April 1746. Married, May 1725, Elizabeth Rosewell (born 1700, died Biggleswade 30th July 1775). 2 recorded sons who grew to adulthood (Charles and their second son called Benjamin). We think the Barnett family had come from Kent and / or London, but by the time of his birth his father had risen through the ranks in the British navy, which is how he came to be baptised in May 1696 at Alverstoke, a short distance from Portsmouth on England's south coast. Commodore Curtis Barnett was, at the time of his death, commanding a British squadron off the East Indies (ie India) - a heroic role in English history and perhaps a relatively scurillous one in French history! His sister married Curtis King and was therby mother to Admiral Sir Richard King 1730 - 1806. The families King, Barnett and Curtis seem to have been three upwardly mobile naval families from England's seventeenth century who turn up through several generations marrying one another, turning up as executors in one another's wills etc. I'd welcome the opportunity to exchange and compare information concerning Commodore Curtis Barnett's ancestry, kinsfolk and descendants.
red mail Ansell
William Ansell married Fanny Windsor(formerly Wallage) in 1858 in Alverstoke but lived in Gosport. William was a marine and the family moved to Birmingham. William and Fanny had 4 children, Martha (from whom I'm descended), Anna, Richard and Amey. Would love to hear from any descendents
red mail CHURCHER-Emanuel
Am looking for more detail of parents of Emanuel Churcher.b.1821; Father -John, mother- 'Nancy'? Nancy could be Ann? Emanuel lived at Bridgmary.
I am researching Hamiltons and Mitchells of Alverstoke and Dotterills of Brockhurst. Can anyone help please?
red mail colverson
my great great grandparents were samuel colverson and edith lake. I am living in Australia. I have info
red mail Abraham
Any information required on families with the surname of Abraham in Alverstoke or Gosport, Hampshire.
red mail Kendell
George Charles Kendell born 1873? Frederick John Kendell born 1875? Can anyone assist somebody new to the hobby?
red mail Colverson
Samuel Colverson born Alverstoke mid 1861, married Edith Lake c1881 in Southampton. Any info gratefully received.
red mail Diddams
Looking for Richard, John and William Diddams born in Bursledon but they might have moved here. Note different spelling of surname.
Frederick Harbert m Florence Habens.Alverstoke.16.10.1909
red mail Huish Family
I am researching the Huish family some of whom were sea captains, some in the Royal Navy and some with the East India Co, based in the Portsmouth, Gosport, Alverstoke area of Hants. I understand from old wills that there was a family burial vault in St Thomas's Church, Portsmouth which is now Portsmouth Cathedral. I would be interested to hear from anyone who knows anything about the Huish family and whether or not the resting place of some of the family is still visible in the Cathedral or anyone who has access to burial records.
Family Research
I would be interested to hear from anyone who may have information on the following families in the Gosport area: Albray; Callahan; Yelland. Many thanks in advance.
red mail Hockin/g/s
James William HOCKIN, born in Portsea, lived in Alverstoke at time of 1891 & 1901 census where he worked as a tailor. He was married to Sarah Goble of Portsea and they had a large family.
red mail Raitt , Taylor, Thorpe, Shirley, Chubb, Portsea
Harriett RAITT b 1855 m David Glasier TAYLOR, Charles J A RAITT b 1825 m Harriett THORPE, James RAITT Master Mariner b 1788 m *Sally CHUBB. Hollis THORPE b 1807 m Harriett COLLIS in 1832 in Warblington . Harriett COLLIS was b in Emsworth abouth 1810. Her mother Elizabeth was also born in Emsworth. *Sally Chubb's parents William Chubb & Sarah PARRY(b c 1776 Glos.) married in Bridport 1790
red mail Beel
Names: Beel
red mail Puflett, stokes
Robert Puflett married Sarah Stokes 18o9 at alverstoke. Children:John b 1829,Thomas,Goerge b 1819,Martha b 1821

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