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red mail Wills and Harding connection
would be interested to contact anyone with a connection to the Wills family from Wookey. and also those with a Harding connection, names quite prevalant in wookey on the 1841 census.
Babsons to Salem from Wookey 1637
Looking for the Babson family who appear to have emegrated to Salem, with the Buxtons, in 1637
red mail family of Henry & Anne Allen 1870s
Looking for parish baptisms of the children of Henry & Anne Allen of Wookey during the 1870s, poss. Wookey parish or St Cuthbert, Wells, to clear up some confusions about who were their children. In particular, info about John (c.1873), George (c.1875) and William (c.1877). Any help much appreciated.
red mail Hill Family
Looking for more information on John and Jane Hill. John was a Farmer of 220 acres. He was born approx 1806. His wife I believe was Jane Geare also of Somerset. They had at least 8 children, all with unusual first names so they often went by second. Children were born between 1839 and 1855. The children moved all over South England and some moved to New Zealand and the USA. I am looking more for John's siblings and parents.
red mail Lockyear Family - Wookey/Easton/Wells, Somerset
Looking for information on the family of Thomas Lockyear and his wife Sarah (nee Adams). Benjamin born 1828 Wookey, Harriet 1829 Wookey, Elizabeth 1833 Wells, Jane 1836 Wells and John 1839 Easton
red mail Robert and Elizabeth (--) Lovell 15-1600s
I am searching for parents/birth of Robert Lovell born possibly in Wookey Parish 1594/5. He married Elizabeth (---)born ca 1599/1600. Robert, Elizabeth and children: Zaccheus, Anne, John, Ellen, James sailed from Weymouth in Dorset in March 1634/5; arrived in Dorchester (now in Norfolk County, Mass). 07 June 1635.
red mail Wills Family - Wookey/Wells, Somerset
I am looking for any details on the Wills family from Wookey/Wells, Somerset. I'm back to about 1830 but would like to go further. Am also interested in any descendents, so please get in touch if you have a Wills in your tree - we may be related!!
red mail Masters - Wookey
I am trying to find out about the Masters family who lived in Wookey 1750-1850. Any info gratefully received.
red mail LUMBER - farmers
I am interested in the Lumber family, particularly William Lumber b 1844 and his father William and mother? The son moved to farm in Henton and sons carried on in Wick, nr Glastonbury.
red mail Wanting to know more
I live in Australia but am returning to England in Nov 2004. I am keen to know more about my roots. My grandmother, Kate Florence Wills was born early in 1901 in the Masterton Parish. She married Herbert Wiltshire in 1917 (?) Her mother's maiden name was Polly Pym. I'm interested in any information that will help me understand where I come from.
Buxtons at Wookey
My Buxton family goes back to 1538 at least, includes a couple who went to Salem in the early 1600's and they only left in the mid 1800's when they went to Wells. I have extensive knowledge of the family, but am very willing to share my knowledge andhope to learn more.
red mail Brown David Morrison
Brown, David Morrison married to Sarah Ann Long July 1899 St. Mathews, Parish Church, Wookey they had three daughters: Beatrice, Daisy and Marion. David was orginally from Renfrew Scotland. Am looking for any info on the Long family the Browns,the Brights and Savage families all lived in Wookey.

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