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red mail Davis in Lydeard St Lawrence
Would be interested to hear from anyone with information on Davis family from late 1700s who lived in the area of Lydeard St Lawrence,Somerset. Thomas Davis b.1804, son of Richard and Betty was my 3 x great grandfather. Many thanks.
red mail Cross
I have Ruth Cross b 11 Jun 1764, Lydeard Saint Lawrence, parents John Cross b 2 Sept 1714 & Joan Davis b 26 Mar 1722 both Lydeard Saint Lawrence. any futher information appreciated
red mail mary ann upham john white
I have answered part of my own question!!! Mary Ann Upham was baptised at Lydeard St lawrence on 14 Mar 1819. her father was George and her mother Elizabeth. Now I need their ancestors please!
red mail mary an upham john white
I am searching for information on Mary Ann Upham who married John White 2nd qtr 1843 in Taunton. I have it that she was born in 1818 in Bishop's Lydeard but on the 1881 census it says she was born "abt 1818 Taunton St James, Somerset". Has anyone further information on her ancestors please?
red mail mary Ann Upham married John White
marriage registered at taunton 2nd qtr 1843 vol 10 page 733
red mail Lydeard St Laurence
Looking for info on my 4th grandmother on my maternal side. Her name was Ann - no idea of maiden name, born in Lydeard St Laurence in 1845. Married Robert Hemburrow from Wiveliscombe, again don't know when and had three children Robert born 1872, Charles born 1881 and Rose 1893. All were living in Golden Hill Wiveliscombe at time of 1901 cenus except for Robert Jr(1872) who had moved to Ferndale in South Wales and was living with his wife and children there.
red mail Bosley /Daw
I am a decendent of the Bosley family (Samuel bap 1806) looking for connections with ant present day Bosleys or Daws from the area.
STONE, <1754 - >1792
William Stone and Sarah his wife had two Roberts and a Betty baptised here. Betty married Richard Davis. Where did the Stone's come from?
DAVIS, <1792 - >1871
I have a Richard Davis who married Betty Stone here in 1792 described as of this parish although I don't have his baptism. They went on to have 4 children, Betty probably dying at or around childbirth of the last looking at the dates. One of the children, George, married Harriet Gunningham who was living in the parish at the time but was born in Halse and they had 11 children all of which were baptised here, although by the time of the 4th (Harriet in 1825) the family was living in Tolland. Someof these children appear up to the 1871 census which is far as I have taken it: my line is from one of the daughters who went elsewhere.
Lydeard St Lawrence
My 5th great maternal grandfather was SAMUEL GUNNINGHAM (baptised 04/05/1722 HOCOMBE FARM LYDEARD > > His son GEORGE GUNNINGHAM (baptised 27/07/1754)married RUTH CROSS(born 1766? LYDEARD)on 29/08/1787 at LYDEARD ST LAWRENCE > > Their son WILLIAM GUNNINGHAM(born 25/01/1802) married JANE ROBERTS( born 1804? LYDEARD)on 28/04/1825 at LYDEARD ST LAWRENCE > > Their son GEORGE GUNNINGHAM( born 13/03/1831 RANGWAY SOMERESET)married MARIA CORAM( born 1835, christened 1836 CULMSTOCK DEVON)in1859 at WELLINGTON > > Their daughter CHARLOTTE JANE GUNNINGHAM(born 20/11/1860 PEAMORE CROSS SOMERSET) married DAVID LAX HITCHCOCK( born 23/02/1858 ROCKWELL GREEN SOMERSET - died 1923 buried at TREALAW CEMETERY RHONDDA S. WALES) on 19/11/1881 at WELLINGTON SOMERSET
red mail Ashelford Family
My Great Grandfather George Ashelford was born in the village of Lydeard St Lawrence in 1834 to John Ashelford and Mary Baker. John was one of 9 Children born to William and Betty Ashelford. The family is too vast to list here so any infomation greatly received.

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