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red mail Thomas Cox
I believe my great great grandad Thomas Cox was born in 1780 North Stoneham, I think he moved to Portsea and then Married a Ann Hogsflesh in 1802, she died in 1805, he then Married a Mary Ann Pierce in 1819, in between I think he was in the Royal Navy. Does anyone have any information with this family. Thanks. Pat.
red mail Walter Wallis
Looking for any information on Walter Wallis, listed on the 1861 Census as farming 60 acres, employing 17 men, at Wide Lane, North Stoneham, his place of birth about 1825. Interested to know what kind of farming was prominent in the area and also how land was allocated, eg leased, etc. I do not believe Walter owned the land as he is shown at different locations in subsequent census reports. Any help will be appreciated.
red mail Bunney Family, Stoneham
Looking for information on Walter Bunney, who married Caroline Biggs in The Parish Of the Holy Trinity in Southampton 1863, migrated to Australia in 1865. Son of Thomas Bunney & Sarah Collis. Sisters Elizabeth Bunney b 1831, Mary Ann Bunney b 1857, brother William Bunney shot at Lucknow (India) massacre in 1857. Elizabeth married and migrated to New Zealand??
red mail Silsbury
Looking for Silsbury family members from the area
red mail Cook Purnell
My great grandmother was Priscilla COOK registered in June Q 1865 in South Stoneham. She married Albert PURNELL, born in Meonstoke. I have information about their parents. Does anyone have exact birth and marriage dates please? Thanks, Maggie
red mail DURMAN Family
I am interested in finding descendents of John DURMAN, who was probably my Gtx4 Grandfather. He was born in N Stoneham in 1753 and married Martha ORPWOOD. He is the best bet I have for the father of my Gtx3 Grandfather William DURMAN who married Sophia COOPER in 1780. I then come down through Mary Anne DURMAN who married John WALLIS in 1821 and their daughter Catherine Georgina WALLIS . She married Robert Newbury COLES in 1867 in Stanmore, Middlesex and they farmed near Warminster, Wiltshire.
red mail ORPWOOD Family
My Gtx8 Grandfather was probably William ORPWOOD who married Ann THORNGATE in 1642. I come down through Richard ORPWOOD (b 1648) and Mary WEB; Richard ORPWOOD (b 1677) and Elizabth; John ORPWOOD (b 1707) and Jane; Martha ORPWOOD (b 1744) and John DURMAN. I would be interested in tracing any of William and Ann's descendents. Fingers crossed.
red mail COOPER and descendants from North Stoneham
I am researching the Cooper families descended from John and Mary COOPER who died in North Stoneham between 1798 and 1807. They had 3 sons and 4 daughters, all born in North Stoneham between 1760 and 1780. I would welcome contact from anyone else researching these families.
red mail RIDER
Anybody related to Frederick George RIDER born in South Stoneham, Hants, approx 1870. Don't know who he married but had children Dorothy Phyllis Edna (1906) and Percy (maybe more though). Dorothy was born in Bangalore, India and married William Henry Charles WAYMAN in the Wesleyan Church, Bangalore, India in 1926. Frederick George RIDER spent a lot of time in India. His daughter, Dorothy, was my Grandmother.
red mail Avery Family - North Stoneham
Interested in the family of Robert Avery who married Millicent Ford circa 1790. Their children all baptised in Nth Stoneham: Robert 1794 - John 1797 - Mary 1799 - Isabella 1802 - William 1804
red mail Batchelor
Seeking information on Batchelors living in the Bursledon, Hound, Stoneham areas 17th/18th/19th Century. Ancestors of Maurice Batchelor 14/2/1796. (married to Jane Diaper 13/8/1817.)
red mail The Fleming Estate at North Stoneham
The Fleming family acquired the Manor of North Stoneham in 1599; the estate was not dispersed until the mid twentieth century. In the archives of the Willis Fleming Historical Trust, we have rent rolls, manorial records, leases, and a wealth of documentation that is of great value to family researchers and local historians. In many cases, tenant families lived and worked on the estate for generations. If you think we can be of help in your researches -- or if you have information to share with us -- please do contact us. The Willis Fleming family were also major landowners in adjoining parishes, as well as on the Isle of Wight.
red mail Holloways in North Stoneham
My family has been traced back to North Stoneham until the 1780's, but I am looking at taking it further. The infomation I have so far:- John Holloway 1780, (son of John)George Holloway 1805, (children of George) Henry Holloway 1863 John Holloway 1843 Sarah Holloway 1859 Mary Holloway 1861, All the above were born in North Stoneham. (son of Henry)Walter George Holloway born Bishops Waltham 1899, Anyone connected to this line or have infomation on them would be really appreciated to get in contact. Many thanks Martin
red mail Thanks
Thanks to curiousfox due to a reply to my entry I now have most of the names of four generations of Harfields from the Stoneham area If I can help anybody or they can fill in a few blanks please contact me
Slades of South Stoneham
Seeking any contacts with family connections to John Slade, born in Swathling (South Stoneham) in c 1823. He married Jane Watts (nee Corps born c 1819) in 1850. She had previously been married to William Watts. I think the Slades had migrated from Dorset (Powerstock), later generations moved to Essex/East London. John Slade would be my GG Grandfather. Are there any Slade relatives still in the Stoneham area?
red mail North Stoneham Churchyard
My grandparents, Job Henry Harman and his wife Sarah Florence Harman (nee Minty) were buried in the North Stoneham Churchyard 1918-1919. No record of a headstone exists, and I am seeking the plans of the burial plots. Anyone know their whereabouts or where to start looking?

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