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red mail robert jordan
hello everyone,i am trying to find any details of "robert jordan",who married "ruth edwards" in horningsham in 1867.he was aged about 20 when he married.i have no idea where he may have been born.they had two children--thomas daniel jordan(born abt1868) ,and florence kate jordan(born abt1870 ) i am unable to find out his whereabouts after this.if it helps ruth edwards was born abt1844 in horningsham,wilts.roberts father was "thomas jordan".anything about him also would be much appreciated.many thanks in advance,michael.
red mail Family information
My great grandmother was Sarah Trimby who married Henry Hill in i859 and lived in Horningsham. I would be most interested learn more about the family. Maureen
red mail Joseph Robins
Can anyone help me My Great Grandfather Joseph Robins's Marriage certificate for his 2nd marriage to Fanny Edwards in 1869 shows he lived in Horningsham and had a father Richard Robbins.Census forms show born in Horningsham. His death cert shows he was 63 in 1880 so born abt 1817. I can find no birth records for Joseph or anything for Richard?
red mail William Turner, b 1859, Horningsham.
William Turner married Emily Alice Dunford (of Frome) 1881. They moved to Plumstead and had a number of children (10) one of which (Elsie) was my mother. I would be interested in further information on William turner.
red mail Sarah Ann Carpenter Married to George Carpenter
I am looking for information on my great grandmother Sarah Ann Carpenter. Born in 1865 to parents Emmanuel Carpenter and Elizabeth Ann Ford, she married George Carpenter about 1890. They lived at 27 Newbury Lane, Horningsham and had several children (Tom, Amy, Daisy, Georgina, Alfred (my Grandfather),Alice M. and Primrose). George Davis (1876-1939)later married Alice Loiusa Fielding (First married to Eli Croft), also of Horningsham, which leads me to believe my GGrandmother Sarah Ann Carpenter likely died about 1904. I can find no record of her death however. My GGrandfather George Davis was a Forester at Longleat Estate.He emigrated to Canada where he lived in Peterborough, Ontario. He is buried there in Little Lake Cemetary. I would appreciate any family information.
red mail Mary CARTER niece of Elias GARRETT
Mary CARTER was the witness to the death of her 76 year old uncle Elias GARRETT, retired Ag. worker who died 1893 in Horningsham, Wiltshire. Would anybody have any details of this Mary Carter please?
red mail Horningsham - Trollop
Does anyone have any information about the antecedence of my forbear Joseph Trollop/Trollip who emigrated to South Africa with his wife Susanna Crouch in 1820? I am particularly interested in linking him either with Standerwick Court (after which he named his farm in S Africa) and/or a stonemason called Trollope who was brought down from Scotland in the 1500s by Sir John Thynn to build Longleat and who probably worshipped at the Dissenting Chapel in Horningsham, where many Trollops still live - my ancestor was an active Wesleyan. Thanks!
red mail Pavey family
Anyone know of the Pavey family in Horningsham? George Pavey born there in 1811 Are there any of the family still nearby?
red mail fanny robins
fanny born 1837 horningsham later had children with joseph robins..she was a cook at longleat cant find her maiden name...mother of richard,william, joseph amd martha jane
red mail hiram marshall
born 1878 married martha jane robins.. looking for hirams parents..father william 1833 and elizabeth--------? i need her name and the parents of william 1833
red mail Thomas Newbury,
Thomas Newbury was steward to Sir John Thynne at Longleat House from at least 1601 onwards and after Sir John's Death (1604) served his widow Joan,until she died in 1612. He was still serving the family until at least 1614.(See Two Elizabethan Women,Alison D.Wall,Devizes,(1983)As a reward for his services he received a farmhouse and land near Horningsham and this holding may have been given the name Newbury through him.My known ancestors owned a cottage in Great Cheverell at this time and it is possible that they were relatives to the Newburys in Newbury, Horningsham. Is anyone able to tell me about Newbury hamlet as it is today, and any of its known or published history.Where would it be possible to find out about Thomas Newbury's family in Newbury,Horningsham? Would it be worthwhile to consult the archives of the Longleat House Estates? I need help and guidance urgently.
red mail William Kite (Kyte)
I am looking for info on G*3 Grandfather William Kite and his wife Sarah (maiden name not known) As far as I can tell they had three children, Fanny - Maria - Charles. William & Sarah are shown on the 1841 census return aged 50 & 45 respectively. Charles Kite moved to Yorkshire where he married Mary Tasker in 1856 (Selby) The two villages that are linked to William & Sarah are Horningsham & Titherington Any help will be much appreciated.
red mail Millard
I'm looking fo the family of ancestor Robert Miller/Millard, a blacksmith, born Horningsham 1787. He married Betsy Dunford of Monkton Deverill in 1818.
red mail ADLAM, BARBER families
Hello. I am seeking information or descendents of either of the above-named families who lived in Horningsham and possibly worked on Longleat estate in the early 1800's. My great,great,great grandfather was George Adlam, born 18 July 1790.
MARSH Henry b 1814
Looking for links to Henry Marsh b Horningsham abt 1814. Married Charlotte from Bath, became a policeman. His daughter Susanna b 1844 married into my Denning family in Bristol 1875.
red mail Carpenter
Researching George Carpenter and son, Edward b. 1754. Edward married Mary Ketley, 1777, in Kingston Deverill.
Trimby, Carter, Horningsham Wilts
Looking for connections to Trimby, Carter, Dredge, Millard in Horningsham, Wilts from 1600 to mid 1900.Particularly decendants of Eliza Carter and Thomas Trimby who were married in 1851 and were living at 102 West common, Horningsham in 1888 census.
red mail Gertrude Mary BARBER
If anyone has been trying to find Gertrude Mary Barber (born Horningsham, Wiltshire, in 1884) in the 1901 census, I am glad to be able to advise that her proper details should soon be available on the census website. I found her listed as Gertrue ..., age 16, born Wilts ..., Servant Domest, when I was searching for an Edith Gertrude Harding, age 16, born Wiltshire. In 1901 Gertrude Mary Barber was with the family of John Nixon at 103 Camberwell Grove, London.
red mail Chapman
Looking for information on the family of Hannah Chapman, born Sept 1792, daughter of William and Ann (nee Brimson)
Stone of Horningsham
Researching my Stone ancestors from Horningsham born from 1820's to 1840's.Father John Stone b.1798 from Kingston Deverill, mother Sarah Brimble from Brixton Deverill. There were 13 children I believe. Would like to know more about Rebekah Stone b.1826 Horningsham I think she married a Mr. Bailey, she had a daughter Ellen.
Mathews - Horningsham
Am researching the family of Richard and Mary (nee Chapman) Mathews. Richard died Jul 1802. They had 4 children that I know of -Sarah, Charlotte, John & Richard.
red mail Carpenter at Horningsham
There are censuses of Horningsham 1797, 1799 & 1801, extracted from Longleat Archives. There is a copy at the Centre for Oxfordshire Studies in Oxford. These censuses give lots of lovely detail about the people: names (including names of fathers in law), ages, state of housing, atttitudes etc. My spouse and children descend from John Butler and Ann Carpenter who married there in 1772.
red mail Carpenter
Iam looking for info on my g g g/parents James and Tamar CARPENTER.1851 CENSUS Little Hornsham, children Aaron,George,Cicero,Dan,Enos,Hariet,Fanny and Henry (my g g/father
red mail Carpenter
Interested in the CARPENTER family of Horningsham (including such ancestors as Worthy and Major Carpenter). I assume that many of the family worked on the Longleat estate and wonder if there are records of employees - perhaps even photos of some of them! Some of the Carpenters eventually moved to Surrey.

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