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red mail SPENCER from 1768-18XX
I am looking for any information on the Spencer family from Newton St Loe. My ancestor was Edward SPENCER who was born in 1768 but where he was born I don't know. This is my current brick wall. The first entry that I have for him anywhere is his marriage in NSL in 1794 to Letitia FRANCIS. Any help most welcome.
red mail Filor, Brookman, Gane
The earliest entry I have is for William Filor born 1801 in Newton St Loe he married Sarah Brookman also of Newton St Loe. They had 7 children all born in Newton St Loe. One was a John Filor who lived in The Lodge in 1891 with his wife Sarah and grandaughter Lydia Gane. Any help would be so appreciated. Thank You
red mail Jacob Marchant b.1702
Looking for information on the Marchant Family. First entry has him born 1702. He married Sarah Densley. They had 3 children, Sarah, Mary, Jacob.
red mail Pike
Seeking information on my ancestors, Daniel John Pike (born 8/12/1866) and Mary A. Phelps Pike (born 3/2/1882) who married in Newton St. Loe and left for the USA in 1831, winding up in Oconee County, SC.
i am looking for any ancestors of elizabeth janes married edwin woodham in the parish of newton st loe 1901 had two daughters gladys and florence any information would be appreciated
red mail taylor
i am looking for anyone who lived in newton st. loe, somerset around 1850's who might have known a john samuel taylor, my great-grandfather. or any other taylors around that time. thanks Emma
red mail Hardings of Newton St Loe
I am looking for any information on the Harding family of Newton St Loe, Somerset. I am back as far as Moses Harding born circa 1732, married 1)Mary Battle at Keynsham 1755, & 2) Mary White at Newton 1771.
red mail John Sarjeant
I am researching the family of John Sarjeant and his wife Hannah who were farming in Newton St Loe in the 1840's and most likely earlier.Their daughter Louisa married Aaron Smallcombe in the local church there and after spending some years living in the Westbury, Wilts area, Aaron and Louisa returned to farm in Newton St Loe. any information appreciated Christine
I am loking for the family of Elizabeth, born about 1856 in Newton St Loe. She marrid Edward Robinson of Swainswick in about 1875, presumably at Newton St Loe Church.

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