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red mail Dyer Family
I am trying to locate the family of Edward Dyer, Born Circa 1781 in Frome, Somerset. Married Eliza Selway 1818 in St Mary Magdalene Church, Chewton Mendip. He died in November 1837 in Chewton Mendip Some of the Dyers moved to Bristol and worked in the South Bristol Coalfields. If anybody thinks they can help, that would be great! Many thanks Sandra
red mail Sarah Watts
Sarah Watts married Edwin Watts from Coxley. They were said to be cousins. They lived mostly on a farm in Chewton Mendip, but when Sarah was widowed she moved to Wells with one of her five children
red mail John Henry Watts
Seeking descendants of John Henry Watts, who farmed at Chewton Mendip. He married Ella Willcox and have traced two children.
red mail John King Watts
He was a carpenter in Chewton Mendip and he had a son, also called John King Watts. Cannot find any trace of J. K. Watts' senior burial and no details of his son apart from his baptism. Would like to hear from anyone who might be able to help.
red mail James Selway
I am looking for information on James Selway, wife Elizabeth Vater living in Chewton Mendip in 1781 when they married. Also Mary Selway who married Benjamin Tucker. They lived also in High Littleton.
red mail Reuben Carter Family
We are looking for any information on Reuben Carter and his wife Mary Tucker. They were married 8 Aug 1772 in Chewton, Mendip, Somerset.
red mail Gait Family, before 1840
I am interested in researching the Gait family - especially the branch containing Zachariah (b1800) and his father Jeremiah (b1759). Also Jeremiah's wife's families. She was Ann Board York, born 1761. Steve
red mail Church/Bendall
Hi, I'm looking for information on the parents (or any ancestors) of Lucy Church (Born: 21 Apr 1797 Chewton Mendip, Somerset, England Died: 11 Jul 1874 Wyndham, Vic, Australia). Her parents were William Church and Sarah Bendall. She married Septimus Davis in Chew Magna on the 25 Dec, 1819. They left for Australia in 1852, arriving in 1853. Thanks.
red mail Clark & Gay of Chewton Mendip & Warmley
6: Clark & Gay of Chewton Mendip & Warmley Rowland Clark B:1821 P: Chewton Mendip Susannah Gay B:1823 P: Warmley Married D:1848 P: Llanlilleth Parents of Rowland: Rowland / Hannah Parents of Susannah: Peter Have more information on family but still have blank spots to fill in. Any information would be helpful.
red mail Wareham
Looking for any information about Charles Wareham who lived at Shooters Bottom in 1891 and then Redhill, Emborough. Buried in Chewton Church, married to Elizabeth Jane Hill, from Ashwick, Bath.
I have Curtis and Hippisley in my line. Hippisley married into the Bishop family, andrew Bishop of Wedmore, Somerset married Ann Hippisley of Cocklake, Somerset. Andrew is my g.g.g.grandfather. Strangely enough my Grandfather, Ernest Walter John Bishop married Mary Edith Curtis. Both from Brent Knoll (South Brent) in Somerset
red mail Rendall Family
I am looking for information about William Rendall born in Chewton Mendip in 1841 married Emma born in Compton Martin.They had Elizabeth,Alice,William J,Lucy,Frank,Maggie and Ernest E. I am the great grand daughter of Frank. Other villages connectedare Litton,Clutton.Frank later moved to Bristol. He was married to Eva Harding they had 3 children Clifford ,Cecil and Wilfred John(Jack).Frank then married Bessie Vowles they then had Charles Ernest, Dorothy Helen,Lilian Rose,William Frank,MarionAnnie(Nancy),James Vowles,Herbert Joseph,Olive Mary.Any information on any of these names would be most welcome.
Curtis And Hippisley Families
I am interested in making contact with anyone connected to the above families in Chewton Mendip. I have extensive information about both families, but am keen to find out more. I am also keen to find 'long lost' cousins as well.

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