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red mail Worton Wiltshire
If anyone has any old photographs or information about people buildings etc and they are willing to share them please contact me
red mail Anna ?
Anna married George Biggs in 1844, she was entered as having been born in West Lavington, in 1823, according to the 1861 census. However by this time she was married to Philip Cooksey. They married in 1855, Anna had 3 children by George, they were Mary Ann b1846, Joseph James b 1848 and George jnr.b 1850 To Philip she had Caroline, Benjamin, Stephen, Charles, Arthur and Ann Marie. I would like to find Anna's maiden name, Please does any-one know it.
red mail Ellis family
Information sought on the Ellis familt who were lving in the village in 1861. Head of family was Jonathan, wife Jane, both born in Worton as were at least 6 children. The working ones were Agricultural Labourers. Any information about houses in the village etc at that time also gratefully received Thanks
red mail Farming family
I had ancestors born in Worton, Wilts. They were Cookseys, If anyone can tell me of their life there, also the name of their homes, I would be grateful, also if you are related.
George and Caroline were both in mid-40s by 1901. Lived in Ivy Cottage. Children were Maud, Lillian, William, Julia, Charlotte and Louisa. Especially interested in Percy William (son of Lousia, born Sept 1890) who was my grandfather. No father's name given on birth certificate, but Battenberg family (later Mountbatten)paid maintenance until Percy was 16.
Brooks family of Worton
Louisa Brooks born 1845 to 1847 married John Ingram of Alveston in Gloucester. Does anyone have information about the 'Brooks' family in Worton?

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