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red mail Sims Great Cheverell
My Grandmother was Emily Anna Sims b. Gt Cheverell 1889. She worked in a specific House in London with her relatives and married a Soldier Sydney Robert Parker in 1915. his WW1 injury led them back to Gt Cheverell in around 1917/18 time. They had one son Sydney Robert Parker. From his WW2 records it is clear he also had a guardian and lived with a Mr C W May in a cottage called Tevalyn Cottage. Does anyone have knowledge of this family Emily Anna Died in 1940 and Sydney Robert never heard of since - I cannot trace him.
red mail Bailey
I am seeking information on George and Emma Bailey, husband and wife, who lived in Great Cheverell in the mid-1800s. If you are an ancestor, or if you know about this family, please contact me.
red mail VINER Charles 1861 census
Charles Viner was father to Thomas first born son 1857. His wife was Mary Ann ? Second son Frank born 1858. Any information gratefully received, especiall re marriage of Charles to Mary Ann so that I can trace her surname. Charles & Mary Ann were born in Frome (from census)
red mail Dunford/ Durnford Family
John Dunford born abt 1786 married Mary Philips born abt 1780 in Great Cheverell in 1806. They had 6 children: Lucy, Ann, Thomas, Sarah, William, Rebecca.
red mail Dowding-Dredge
My ggrandfather, Jesse Dowding, was born in Great Cheverell in 1837/38. He grew up in Devizes with his parents, James Dowding and Anna Dredge. He and his sister, Emma, born about 1840, were orphaned very young. Anyone having information about this family tree, please let me know.
red mail Potter And Coleman Of Great Cheverell
Potter family back to 1700's and Coleman family moved in from Marston in the 1800's.

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