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red mail HINTON, JOHN
John was a tailor born in Wiltshire @ 1785. He married Jane (?) and lived in Chitterne St. Mary. He died in Chitterne St. Mary Feb. 7, 1851. Looking for any family information.
Thomas was a grocer/shopkeeper born @ 1772. He married Elizabeth Wheeler(?) in Chitterne All Saints 1807 and died in Chitterne All Saints April 5, 1848. Looking for any family information.
red mail Whatleys of Wiltshire
I am looking for anyone descended from Thomas and Martha Whatley of Chitterne, Wiltshire. He was a shepherd born c1831 and his father was William Whatley of Imber, Wiltshire c1774 who married Sophia Cool; Thomas's wife was born Martha Higgins in about 1832. They had a son called George (c1853), from whom my husband is descended.
red mail Ashley
I am looking for anyone descended from The Ashley Family of Chitterne. Known contacts in Bristol, many other areas of the UK and abroad. I would be pleased to hear from you. Peter
red mail Everley/Poolman
Jacob Everley married Sarah Poolman and their son was William George Everley.
red mail Grants at Chitterne 1600 to 1900+
Over a 100 of my ancestors are surnamed Grant and the majority lived in Chitterne, Wilts, between 1600 and 1900+. I am interested in any information that anyone may have on this name at this location.
red mail Hitchens/Ashley
My great-great-grandmother Diana Hitchens was born in Chitterne 1802. She married Joseph Ashley 17 April 1819 in Potterne but appears to have returned to Chitterne after his death. Any information on either welcome - as would be anything about their children Ann, Susanna, George, Joseph, Henry. (Henry married Harriet and had children William and Bertha.)
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My maternal great grandfather FRED ASHLEY was born in Chitterne as was his father and mother JOHN and CAROLINE and siblings ELIZA,EMILY,JENN(male),JESSE,MARK and SCOLNEY. Family was living in Downton at the time of the 1871 census. John is described as a CARTER. I would be grateful for any infomation about the family or the village. Thank you. Sue
red mail the comptons
the Comptons appear in Chitterne in 1545 as taxpayers.the last died in 1931.the family moved to Hampshire living in Amport.Still going today but in other parts of the country.

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