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red mail JAMES DENNIS
James DENNIS born in 1864 in Hannington, met and married his first wife Mary Ann Nora HUTCHING during 1887, they had one son. Mary died in 1889, James married Ellen DAWSON and they had a family together. James was working as a carter on a farm in the 1911 census, at this time they were living in Bramley in Hampshire. Seeking anyone interested in this family.
Oates Family
I am looking for any descendants of the Oates family from Firs Piece in Hannington. Harriett Mills married Benjamin Oates in Basingstoke and they went to live in Hannington from about 1915. I have baptisms of several children and grandchildren in parish registers and I believe the descendants still live there. Harriet Kate was my husbands aunt. His father was William Mills brother to Harriett. Any info much appreciated so I can share family photos etc. Thankyou
red mail WALDRON
John Waldin married Sarah Withe 20.1.1773 in Hannington. I am unable to find John's baptism, any help appreciated.
red mail Harfield of Hannigton
Looking for information on a William Harfield of Hannington who married Hannah Jones of Wootton St. Lawrence on 9th of July 1769. Has anyone got any records of that time that would show his parents etc. Thanks.
red mail Russell
Looking for infomation about Thon Russell and his wife,Charlotte. They were living there in 1871 .
red mail Hannington
Looking for information on Reynold of Hannington 1494 and his descendents who went to Berkshire and Elstead in Surrey and adopted various spellings of Hannington, Haddington and Herrington


 
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