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red mail Charles Chandler
I am looking for information about Charles Chandler. He was married to Sarah Lawes on 11 Jun 1809 in Upham. Their first child, Mary Chandler, was baptised in Upham on 29 Sep 1809. On 11 Sep 1810 there was a Settlement Certificate issued for removal of the family to Old Basing. 6 subsequent offspring were born in Old Basing: William 1814, Sarah 1817, Ann 1820, Patience 1822, Charles and Amos 1825. Sarah Lawes was baptised in Upham on 2 Jan 1785, the daughter of Wiliam Lause and Mary. (There is a wonderful variety of spellings in the Upham parish records and in places the handwriting deteriorates quite badly!) The only reference I have found for Charles Chandler in the Old Basing parish records is his burial on 10 Sep 1826, aged 42.
red mail Charles Watmore
Charles Watmore married Ann Benham in Old Basing in 1806. They had at least 4 children: John b. 1806, Charles b.1808, Miriam b.1809 and Henry b. 1812. Does anyone know who Charles' parents were and where he came from?
red mail John Madocks
Can anyone throw any light on the John Madocks Babies Home in Old Basing?
red mail Blake - Old Basing
Searching for family of Caroline and Harry. Believe that there are 5 siblings - noah, Jack, Harry, Joyce and another daughter (name unknown).
red mail COX family, Old Basing, Rotherwick, Sherfield
James COX born c.1835 in Rotherwick; married Ann born c.1840 from Mapledurwell; children were Fanny COX c.1859 (possibly married an Edwin GOSLING); Harriet COX c.1862 (possibly married a Frederick HALL), Ellen Elizabeth COX c.1874 (married Frederick THOMAS, a jeweller), William Edward COX c.1876. I seek any further information about this family - ancestors & descendents - and am keen to reciprocate effort!
red mail George Palmer
Born in 1806. In 1851 lived at 45, Winchester Street, Basingstoke. Painter and Glazier. Married to Maria Kent from Monk Sherborne. Has anyone any information please?
red mail BENWELL
William Benwell born c.1750 married Hannah Hanken 8th April 1776 in Old Basing. She was born c.1752. They had Hannah 1776,must have died because another Hannah was baptised 1780, William 1783, Esther 1785, James 1787, Rachel 1790 and Daniel 1796, who is my ancestor. Any body out there?
red mail Field Family of Old Basing
Looking for information on Joseph Field born around 1803 in Old Basing or nearby area. Not sure of parents or siblings although suspect might be related to John Field with wife Elizabeth/Mary Spearing. Any suggestions most welcome
red mail Gregory
Annie Gregory, dau. of Isaac & Unknown was c. at Old Basing 23 Nov. 1856. She m. Harry Thomas Barnard (b. 1854) and this family lived in Cliddesden, just s. of Basingstoke, and had: Annie S., Harry George, James Wm., Ada, Frank, Edward, Blanche,Benjamin and Alfred
red mail Baker
Looking for any information on the following:- Daniel Baker b.1776 Basing, married Sarah Harding 4th July 1801. Daniel Baker b.22 May 1803 Basing, married Mary Sims 28 Dec 1822. Daniel Baker b.30 Dec 1825 Basing, married 3 times. The first 2 wives were both named Jane(surnames unknown). His 3rd wife was Mary Ann Hains (nee Gale)whom he married in June 1890. He had 8 children, Mary, Elizabeth, Jessie, Isabel, Harvey, Sidney, Nellie, and George. The family were originally involved in farming in the Basing, Crondall, Hartley Wintney and Odiham areas.
red mail Cooper Leadbetter
My 2xgreat grandfather Isaac Cooper, born circa 1786 in Old Basing, son of James & Mary Cooper. He married Sophia Leadbetter, the daughter of John & Lucy Leadbetter of Hartley Wintney, in Stratfield Saye in 1818 and they raised a family of approximately 12 children. Several of the family seem to have lived in Basingstoke and I would be interested to hear if there are any relatives out there.
red mail Searching For Isaac Lock
On 24 August 1773 Isaac Lock married Elizabeth Watmore by license at St Andrews Church, Sherborne St John. Four days later they were removed to IsaacÕs lawful settlement in Old Basing. Isaac had spent a year working for Thomas Maynard, a local farmer and I think it is this that earned him his place of settlement. I can find no further trace of them until Isaac turned up in the city of London where he married Ann Woolger at St Giles, Cripplegate on 21 March 1787, before settling in Tooting Graveney. Isaac was born about 1750, not in Old Basing but I have no idea where or who his parents were. Any clues would be much appreciated.

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