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red mail Garlick of Broad Blunstone
William Garlick, son of John Garlick and Susannah Heath, was christened in Broad "Blunstone" Wiltshire on 6 Mar 1814. On 15 Jan 1836 William and his brother George were convicted of stealing a chicken and they were transported to Sydney Australia. He subsequently married Sarah Walsh on 21 Dec 1840 at Penrith, New South Wales, Australia. His father John Garlick was born in 1790 at Ashbury, Berkshire and his mother Susannah Heath was born in 1795 at Broad Blunstone, Wiltshire. I am seeking information about William's grandparents or about his siblings.
I am interested in augmenting the work done by Sir Thomas Philips in 1822 and am looking for someone of similar mind to help record more recent churchyard inscriptions at St. LeonardÂ’s whilst they can still be read.
red mail Vincent Family
Looking for any information on Howard, David, John, Lily and Rose Vincent living in Broad Blunsdon in 1901, Emily was the Head of the house.
red mail Selina Kibblewhite
Selina was the daughter of Elizabeth Kibblewhite,b.abt.1814 Broad Blunsdon,died there 1840,her grand parents were James Kibblewhite and Elizabeth Heath.Selinas uncle Richard Kibblewhite went to N.Z. in 1842
Seeking information on Selina Kibblewhite, born about 1834 at Broad Blunsdon, Wiltshire. She married John Wheeler, a coachman, at Kensington in 1855; the marriage certificate states 'no lawful father'. In the 1871 census she is a widowed seamstress living in West Ham, London with Elizabeth Selina aged 7, Annie 2 and Charlotte Mary 2 all born at Stratford, Essex. Selina and daughters immigrated to New Zealand in 1874 and she later married Charles Houchen, dying at Wellington in 1900. Elizabeth married Peter Buchanan Duff in New Zealand. Any help appreciated.
Any information of the Edmonds family in Broad Blunsdon would be great.

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