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red mail Haddon Family - Kingston St.Mary
John Haddon married Martha Dingley 1740 at St.Mary, Bridgwater. Children:- John, Martha, Mary, Christopher and Peter. Anyone with info. on John and Martha? Birthplaces, parents? Daughter Martha married David Holley - my line.
red mail Cutley or Cutsey Cottages
I'm trying to find Cutsey or Cutley Cottages where Samuel Date was living with his parents William and Charlotte (nee Vicary) in 1834. I've walked around the village but couldn't find them - or anyone to ask - but I believe they are still there.
red mail Haddon Family Info
Looking for any more information on the Haddon family in Kingston St Mary, Somerset and also their trade, which was stone masons. My great great grandfather William Absalom Haddon was born in Kingston St Mary, Somerset in 1844. So was his father, Robert Haddon (1812 - 1887) and his grandfather Peter Haddon (1773 - 1844).
red mail Bult family
Looking for antecedents of John Bult (b. Abt 1660) Married Martha Knight (b. Abt 1663) 0n 16th Dec 1686 and died on 15 Sept 1720. Also their son Thomas (b. 5 Nov 1693 d. 6 Sep 1737)
red mail Radford, Betty
I am seeking information on Betty Radford, C 1743, who married William Hine. Their children, James, Robert and Susannah were born in Norton Fitzwarren
red mail Davis, Sarah C1775
Sarah Davis married James Hine, an agricultural labourer in Feb 1800. Any information about Sarah's family would be appreciated
red mail Kathleen Mary Smith
Researching the above location in the hope of locating a Country House owned by the Herbert Family in the 1960`s? My Parents relocated from London to Somerset in the late 1950`s working for Rt Hon Mrs Mary Herbert & Mervyn Herbert. Any ideas where in Somerset area it might have been ?
red mail Gifford England
I am trying to find family tree info for my Grandfather Arthur H Gifford England who was born in Kingston St Mary in 1919 and married Olive Mary Land. His brother was Samuel Willam John Gifford England (Jack)
I am researching my father's family tree, and have traced it as far as Richard Jennings, born around 1765, who was married to Hannah Thomas in Kingston St Mary in 1793. I should be very grateful for any information anyone may have about where Richard was born, or other informatin about his immediate family. Many thanks, David
red mail Tetton House Maternity Unit
seeking info. on Tetton House Maternity Unit, born there in 1942.
red mail Dollins
my grandfather was Reginald Stanley Melville Dollins born on a farm in Kingston St Mary before 1879. He had several brothers and certainly two sisters. He was the only one of the family not to carry on in farming (he went to work on the railway in Taunton. My mother remembers visiting the farm-somewhere between Kingston St Mary and Buncombe when the 'cousins from Canada' visited-about 1924. I am also in touch with Anabeth Dollins in USA who is looking for a John Dollins from Kingston St Mary who died in USA about 1724. The name could be written as Dolling or Dollings-I have found Edward and Sarah-parents of 3 children-John Dolling born 3/7/1789, Edward Dolling born 2/4/1804 and Betty Dollings born 3/7/1791. It looks like Edward could have died in 1797 and there is a Mary Dolling dying on 26 Jan 1780-all in Kingston St Mary.
My great grandmother was Gertrude Jane Dollins, and lived on a farm in Kingston St Mary with quite a number of brothers and sisters (e.g. Jack Dollins). Gertrude was born 31 October 1887 (or 1886) and lived until 1984. I haven't been able to locate the Dollins' farm, but know that it had a large orchard for cider apples. She related tales of families in the village, such as Harold (Harry) Boobyear (the children would say his name in church in place of "Hallelujah").

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