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red mail Buckland Sackley Armour family in SSJ
James Buckland and Susan Sackley lived in Mill Cottage in the 1800s. Their daughter Roselia moved to the USA married Watkin Keighley and that's how I came to be. I am seeking information about life in Sherborne St John in the 1800s as I prepare a visit in the coming years to walk in the footsteps of my ancestors.
Beauregade Park
Does anyone know anything about Beauregarde Park please? It was given as the place of residence by my great aunt when she married in 1927 and was, I think, probably also her place of work as she was a housemaid. Is the house still there/ Who were the owners in 1927? Is there a connection with Highclear Castle? (I had always believed THAT was where she worked and met my great uncle who was a butler).
red mail BAILEY family in Sherbourne St John
Samuel Bailey born about 1735 in Sherbourne St John. No record of his birth here can be located. In a removal order from READING to BRAMLEY in 1791 he states he is "from Sth Stoke"---born in "Sherbourne St John"--bit mysterious. Perhaps born in Sherbourne but baptised elsewhere? any help appreciated
red mail Cowdrey and Munday
Does anyone have any details of a baptism of a Martha Cowdrey. She married Thomas Munday in Sherbourne St John in 1748 . My Gr x 5 grandparents . They had a son James Munday baptised in Sherbourne St John in Oct 1763 , but there may be more children . Are there any parish records for Sherbourne St John avbailable.Anyone researching the Munday or Cowdry families in this area ? Thanks
red mail Sarah Challis
Sarah Challis was born in 1720 and married Henry Baggs in 1741 in Sherborne St John. Does anyone have information about her parents or family? The Baggs family are already well documented. THANKS
red mail James Bye b. 1779
Searching for any information on James Bye born May 1779, left Sherborne St John for Canada with his wife and 6 of his children in 1836. One daughter, Jane was married to Thomas Jennings in the spring of 1833 and they stayed behind in Sherborne until 1851 at which point they along with their children also left for Canada
red mail George Smallbone
Looking for the family of George SMALLBONE (sometimes with an S) b1813 Sherborne St. John married in 1833 to Ann WHITE (from Derbyshire). They moved to Finchampstead, Berkshire where they set up home and had 13 children. Any information would be welcome.
red mail James Gibbons 1806
Looking for info on James Gibbons b1806 in Sherborne St John. Moved to Heston Middx and married Mary Ann (Possibly Knight) in about 1826 and had 11 children.
red mail Searching For Isaac Lock
On 24 August 1773 Isaac Lock married Elizabeth Watmore by license at St Andrews Church. 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.
Looking for any links to Frederick Hensler born 1865 or 1889 in sherborne st. john. They are my grandfather and great grandfather. The Frederick born in 1889 married a Jane Louisa Loveday. He served in the 2nd Bn. Hampshire Regiment and died in 1915in Gallipoli. Any information on him or his family or the Loveday family would be greatly appreciated.

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