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red mail Ocock
Richard and John Ocock were baptised at Barrington Court in the early 1800's. The were sons of Richard Ocock and Elizabeth Pring. Does anyone have any connection with the family? Both brothers came to Australia c1840 and another brother went to America. Brother William(I think his name was) was a chemist and is buried at Seaton in Devon.
red mail William BARRETT b.1818 Barrington, Somerset married Susan BRIDGE 10 Mar 1840
Wondering if there are any others researching the above BARRETTs. William was a labourer living in Nyden, Barrington, Somerset, when he and Susan BRIDGE married in 1840. Witnesses at their 1840 wedding in Barrington were my ancestors William MORRIS and Mary BARRETT (who would later marry William and become Mary MORRIS, my ancestor). I think there is a good chance that that William was brother to Mary, their father John BARRETT being my fifth great grandfather. William and Mary MORRIS's came to Australia in the 1850's where their daughter, Anna MORRIS, married another MORRIS from Barrington, James MORRIS (son of James b.1827 in Nyden, and Emma nee DABINETT). James Snr was son of Stephen Morris and Hannah nee BARRETT. Luckily, research has proven this was not quite as incestuous as it sounds - must have been lots of BARRETT, MORRIS and DABINETT families in Barrington, as I still haven't been able to link them despite going back several generations. Good news, so far! Regards, Michele (from Australia)
Male family in Barrington. Vincent Male b1827 married Hannah Brister b1827. Their son Henry Male b1855 married Ellen Flood. Does this match any ones research?
red mail male barrington
My father was from Kingsbury/South Petherton and I have heard him talk about family in Barrington. Would be interested in exchange of information. Family also have connections to the Nicholas/Reddingtons/Garretts all from Somerset.
red mail Mary Ann Dabinett
Interested in specific birth year of Mary Ann, who married my mother's uncle Angus McColl in NZ in 1873. Was her father Job, James or John Dabinett? We think Job, who is named as immigrant passenger in 1858, accompanied by his wife and 5 children. Was one of these a pre-school Mary Ann? From 1900 on she cared for my mother, after the death of my grandfather Henry McColl.
red mail Dabinett, John
Lookink for any information for the parents of my GGG Grandfather John Dabinett. (B) about 1788 in Barrington Somerset. John married Mary Munckton 4/12/1812 St Mary's Church Barrington Somerset. They had quite a few children one being my GGGrandfather George. John died in Warepa Otago New Zealand 25/1865. Many thanks for any information and happy travelling in your search for your ancestors.
red mail WILLIAM BARRETT born Barrington 1819
I am researching William Barrett and Susan Barrett both born in Barrington 1819/1820. Is anyone else researching this family?
red mail William Hunt born 1796
Looking for early ancestors of my ggg grandfather William Hunt (Carpenter) b1796 who was married to Mary. They had several children: Henry, James, Thomas, John, Robb, Elizabeth and Mary. All details taken from 1841 census, they were all born in Barrington. My gg grandfather was John born in 1831. He started as a journeymans Blacksmith, then coachsmith and finally ended his days as an Innkeeper at the Hit & Miss pub in Bridport. Any early ancestry would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Male
I am researching the Males from Barrington - interesting in exchanging information.
red mail Barrington Englands
My Gr gr gr gr grandfather was William England, born about 1777 in Barrington Soms. I can't find his baptism in Barrington records and would be grateful for any help so that I can continue my search for his ancestors. Many thanks

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