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William Bailey 1784
William BAILEY married Elizabeth WOODFORD in 1804, Yaverland. William was born about 1784 in Brading, Isle of Wight, I would like to know his parents, and that of his wife Elizabeth, I do not know where she was born. Thank you.
red mail OVERTON
Trying to trace information/ancestors of Eric William Overton b. 28th March 1916, in Brading, Sandown area. He was the illigitimate son of William Overton, possible builder.Eric's mother was Lilly/Lillian Brett, and was from Dorking Surrey.She was employed by Mr Overton as a possible maid/servant.Eric William became a talented architect, would love to have any info.Many Thanks, Jenny
red mail TAYLOR - William
I'm looking for information on William Taylor, my great grandfather. He married Mary around 1879 in Brading and three of their children Mabel, Ernest J and William G were born there. William senior is listed as born in Dranford although I cannot find a place of that name. He later moved to Newport, Mon where he had 3 or 4 further children with Mary before her death. He then married again and had another 4 children, the youngest being my grandfather Fred Taylor. I'd like to know how William came to be in Brading and what he did there. Any information would me most appreciated.
red mail Wheelers of Brading
I am looking for more information about an ancester of mine called David Nugent Legh Wheeler born in Brading to William Wheeler, Grocer and Draper and Sarah Wells. I believe the parents were married in 1807 but David (known as Nugent) was not born until 1828. He is a mystery because his numerous siblings seem to have done well and followed good professions but Nugent not only had low paid work ( furniture porter) but also a name very different to his siblings. Any information on the family would be appreciated.
William Baker, b 1735
We believe William Baker b1735 was the grandfather of a George Baker of Portsea - but we cannot prove the link. We have the will of William b1735, but his son, William b1758 appears to have died without a will. Older William's will points to property in Brading, Newchurch, and Portsea; his daughter Jane married Capt Charles Ryder, possibly Royal Navy.
red mail Deacons on the Island
looking for all Deacons, Judsons, Lovings, Antrams and Varlos who were associated with the Isle of Wight particularly in the 18th and 19th Centuies - can you help? Towns/Villages of Brading, Godshill, Binstead, Wooton, Whitwell and Cowes

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