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red mail ann collett
Searching ANN COLLETT born or christened about 1779. Married WILLIAM BATCHELOR MOGER 1801. Hitting a brick wall!
red mail John Britton
Looking for any information regarding the family of John Britton antiquary and topographer and in particular any connection with Clerkenwell.
red mail Williams. Kington St Michael
Am seeking any information on the family of Henry Williams and his wife Jane Poulton Norman. They were living in Kington St Michael at the time of the 1861 census. Jane died in 1875, but Henry was still living there in 1881.
red mail GAINEY
Looking for any info on the Gainey family who came from Kington St Micheal, my fathers name was Maurice Thomas Gainey.
May Family - Kington
I am looking for information about the May family from this area. I know that my Great, great, great grandfather's name was George May and he was married to Eliza Gainey at St. Michael Kington in 1836. I am unable to find information regarding his birth or parents.
red mail DYER
THE DYERS LIVED IN KINGTON ST MICHAEL FOR MANY YEARS. My wife, Robina Dorothy, was born there 1946 and her brother born there abt 1927. Her parents Herbert Wiiliam Dyer and Phyllis Bird m. 1927. Trace back to Joseph & Hannah Dyer abt 1772. Anyinformation greatly appreciated.
red mail Aubrey
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 John Aubrey was born at Easton Pierse, Wiltshire 12th March 1626, and died in June 1697. An English antiquary, author of "Miscellanies" a collection of ghost stories, and other tales of the supernatural. He materially aided Anthony Wood in preparing his "Antiquities of Oxford" 1674. Parts of the valuable manuscript material left by him have been edited.

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