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red mail Charles Leach
I am looking for information on Charles Leach baptised in Milborne Port, Somerset on 14 June 1833. His parents were John and Elizabeth Leach. I am hoping he could be the link back to my 2xgreat grandmother Elizabeth Rhodes (nee Leach) who was born around 1809.
red mail Framp family
I am researching the Framp family which originated from Milborne Port. Please get in contact if you have any connection.
red mail Connock & Harris
Any details re Connock or harris in Milborne Port - the connock line is the one I have more details on and there are linked by marriage to the Harris Family
Edward & Charlotte Guppy
Edward Guppy, a Shoemaker and his wife, Charlotte (nee Bugler) lived in Milborne Port all their lives (born abt 1819). They are thought to have had 7 children, one of whom, Lucy was married to Mervyn Fudge who kept the Railway Inn, Milborne Port in 1901 Census. Any information about this family would be of interest
Elizabeth Bennett b.1826 married Sylvanus Dyke who was a city missionary in Sherborne.There was one child to this family Thomas b.1847.Elizabeth d.1863 and Sylvanus married again.Elizabeth was from West Camel and her parents were Caleb Bennett and Elizabeth Burrows. The Dykes and Bennetts were glove makers. Elizabeths' sister Harriett m. George Bartlett a Salisbury man and a bootmaker, as well as a well known member of the oddfellows lodge. Caleb Bennett and 2 sons Robt and Thos came to Canada in 1846 and his Mrs. in 1850. Wish to correspond with other kin or intersted parties concerning these families.
red mail Chant/ Chart
I am working on this family in this village 1800-1870. Swaps? Eileen.
red mail Newport family
I am looking for any information regarding the parents of EDMUND NEWPORT, born c1790 in Milborne Port. Edmund married an ELIZABETH WHINELL in 1820, in Milborne Port, but she died in 1822, after bearing a child to Edmund called Thomas. It is known he married a Martha Warr, in Sherborne in Dorset in 1822, but no information on his parentage is known. Anyone who has done research into the Milborne Port area, please could they contact me, or if you are able to carry out a local parish search for him, any info would be gratefully received.
red mail Raison/Rayson
I am researching both familes in Somerset, Milborne Port also Stoke sub Hamdon 1850-1550 worked at the glove factory in the village.
red mail RAISON
Raisons Living in Milborne Port, 1770-1900, All seem to be involved in the leather trade, mainly glove makers. Thomas, John, Joseph, Samuel and Charles. In particular I need info on Thomas c1810 and Joseph c1830.
I am trying to discover where my forebear, James DOVER, came from before his marriage to Sarah CUMMINS (bap. 17/7/1709, dau. of John Cummins) at Milborne Port, 3rd October, 1738. To my knowledge he had three children: (1)Betty, bap. 4/5/1744, (2) John, bap.2/10/1746, married wife number three, Susannah Jeanes 17/10/1792, at Sherborne (from this union I claim descent), & (3) James, bap 19/2/1777, and married Hester Haine at Stalbridge, Dorset 25/1/1777.
red mail Parsons, Halletts and Hanns
I am researching all of these families, I would love to contact anyone else researching them too.
red mail missing parents!
James Longman - baker in Sherborne b. aprox 1808 in Milborne Port. Can't find baptismal entry or parents for this man
red mail Chant
I looking for details of anyone name Chant in Milborne Port Somerset.
red mail WINTER
My great Grandmother was Ann Mary Winter born in Milborne Port approx. 1845 - father John Winter - can anyone help with more details, please?
Dyke-1851 Census
DYKE, Silvanus 49 Glover Milborne Port.Som Elizabeth 26 Glover Sherborne Thomas 4 Scholar Milborne Port. HYDE:Sarah Wifes Grand Mother Widower 75 Former SilkSpinnerSherborne.SeekingInfo&relatives

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