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red mail Rachel's 3 marriages? at Brushford 1731-1741
It looks as if Rachel Stone married John Didget in 1731 at Brushford Somerset. Then in Brushford in 1735, a Rachel Diget married John Fisher. They had a son John Fisher born 1736, who dies later that year, and the burial record says that his father John was deceased. This makes Rachel a widow. Therefore it looks as if she had a 3rd marriage to Alexander Jewel of Milverton, at Brushford in 1741 as Rachel Fisher. Fortunately this marriage lasted longer and 3 children: Edward Jewel, Jane Jewel & Mary Jewel were christened by Alexander & Rachel Jewel in Brushford before 1745.
red mail elizabeth cox of Brushford 1728-1788
Elizabeth Cox was christened at brushford on 16 march 1728 by her father John Cox. Elizabeth Cox married Matthew Fisher on 4 September 1749 at Brushford. The couple had children christened in Brushford from 1750(John Fisher) to 1773 (George Fisher), Sarah Fisher was christened in 1753, Thomas Fisher in 1762, Richard Fisher in 1766 and Eleanor Fisher in 1770. A few years after, Elizabeth Fisher nee Cox was buried in Brushford on 2nd May 1788. Her youngest daughter Eleanor Fisher married William Duckham in brushford in 1790.
red mail RIDLER
Looking for information about the Ridler family who lived in Brushford c.1809. Particularly interested in John RIDLER who married Ann BASS (from Morebath) in 1786.
red mail BALE
Richard BALE married Harriet Blackmore in 1829. Richard was born in Winsford, Somerset in 1809 and Harriet was born in Brushford, Somerset in 1809
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Webber @ Brushford
Seeking info on WEBBER family at Brushford 1840s
Shoplands In Brushford
From the mid 1700s the SHOPLAND surname has appeared in this village, although the first recording was about 1609. It is thought the some Shoplands moved out of Devon into Somerset during the 1600s and it is this subject which is being investigated.Any item about any Shoplands from any period would be appreciated

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