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    1. [ENG-HANTS]Re: Crawley PR lookup Marriages 1840-1850
    2. Newaddress
    3. Colin His name is definitely Herridge as there is a baptism for a William Henry Herridge 16/4/1819 at Weeke to parents John & Sarah. Also the 1851, 1861 and 1871 censuses list them as William and Ann Herridge. Ann dies in 1880 and William is a widower in the 1881 census and then living in Ashley with son Walter in 1891 and 1901. Searching the various Winchester parish registers might take a while. Geoff Rogers ------ Original Message ------ From: "Colin Spencer" <gen@turnspain.com> To: eng-hampshire@rootsweb.com > > > > — > > Regards > > > > Colin Spencer > > https://le-fever.org > > http://spencer-genealogy.com > > > > > > > >  > > > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > > ______________________________________________ > > > > FamilyNotices.org - the free online repository > > for all notices of Births, Deaths, Marriages, > > Engagements, Anniversaries and Missing Persons > > > > Doing it for free - unlike the newspapers ! > > > > > > Visit www.familynotices.org > > > > Follow us on Twitter > > www.twitter.com/familynotices > > > > ______________________________________________ > > _______________________________________________ > > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/eng-hampshire@rootsweb.com > > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community > > > >_______________________________________________ > ______________________________________________ > > FamilyNotices.org - the free online repository > for all notices of Births, Deaths, Marriages, > Engagements, Anniversaries and Missing Persons > > Doing it for free - unlike the newspapers ! > > > Visit www.familynotices.org > > Follow us on Twitter >www.twitter.com/familynotices > > ______________________________________________ >_______________________________________________ >Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref >Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/eng-hampshire@rootsweb.com >Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 >Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog >RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    01/05/2020 10:35:26
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Re: Crawley PR lookup Marriages 1840-1850
    2. Colin Spencer
    3. Geoff If you could do that for me it would be great as I am in Spain and not sure when I will be in Hampshire again. I am hoping that the actual PR image will show something that can be interpreted as what I think and hope. — Regards Colin Spencer https://le-fever.org http://spencer-genealogy.com On 05/01/2020, 17:56, "Geoff" <geoff_newaddress@btinternet.com> wrote: Your missing Crawley microfiche wouldn't have helped unless the transcription missed it. If nothing transpires I can pop into the Hampshire Record Office for you later in the week. Geoff Rogers > On 5 Jan 2020, at 14:18, Colin Spencer <gen@turnspain.com> wrote: > > Thanks, I have found the same things that you all have that is why I was after the actual PR rather than the transcriptions. > > Like Robin I suspect that Etheridge should be Herridge but wanted to confirm it with the PR entry. > > — > Regards > > Colin Spencer > https://le-fever.org > http://spencer-genealogy.com > > > >  > > > > _______________________________________________ > ______________________________________________ > > FamilyNotices.org - the free online repository > for all notices of Births, Deaths, Marriages, > Engagements, Anniversaries and Missing Persons > > Doing it for free - unlike the newspapers ! > > > Visit www.familynotices.org > > Follow us on Twitter > www.twitter.com/familynotices > > ______________________________________________ > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/eng-hampshire@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    01/05/2020 10:09:39
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Re: Crawley PR lookup Marriages 1840-1850
    2. Geoff
    3. Your missing Crawley microfiche wouldn't have helped unless the transcription missed it. If nothing transpires I can pop into the Hampshire Record Office for you later in the week. Geoff Rogers > On 5 Jan 2020, at 14:18, Colin Spencer <gen@turnspain.com> wrote: > > Thanks, I have found the same things that you all have that is why I was after the actual PR rather than the transcriptions. > > Like Robin I suspect that Etheridge should be Herridge but wanted to confirm it with the PR entry. > > — > Regards > > Colin Spencer > https://le-fever.org > http://spencer-genealogy.com > > > >  > > > > _______________________________________________ > ______________________________________________ > > FamilyNotices.org - the free online repository > for all notices of Births, Deaths, Marriages, > Engagements, Anniversaries and Missing Persons > > Doing it for free - unlike the newspapers ! > > > Visit www.familynotices.org > > Follow us on Twitter > www.twitter.com/familynotices > > ______________________________________________ > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/eng-hampshire@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    01/05/2020 09:56:07
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Re: Stockbridge
    2. Hello Colin, With reference to your query and the reply that mentioned Stockbridge, it appears you can ignore Stockbridge as from 1837 to 1932 that was a separate registration district. If you go to Free BMD and look at any entry for Winchester RD you can, by clicking on that location obtain a separate window which will show parishes contained therein. I hope that helps you. Regards, Rod in Hampshire.

    01/05/2020 08:26:18
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Re: Crawley PR lookup Marriages 1840-1850
    2. Colin Spencer
    3. Thanks, I have found the same things that you all have that is why I was after the actual PR rather than the transcriptions. Like Robin I suspect that Etheridge should be Herridge but wanted to confirm it with the PR entry. — Regards Colin Spencer https://le-fever.org http://spencer-genealogy.com 

    01/05/2020 07:18:07
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Re: Crawley PR lookup Marriages 1840-1850
    2. Julie Symonds
    3. From FreeBMD Marriages Jun 1843 (>99%) BLAKE William Winchester 7 335 BRAMBLE Ann Winchester & 7 335 DAVIES Eliza Winchester 7 335 Etheridge William Winchester 7 335 HATHAWAY Harriet Winchester 7 335 MAY John Winchester etc 7 335 RANKIN John Winchester 7 335 SAIT Elizabeth Winchester 7 335 I’m pretty sure she married William Blake rather the William Etheridge as I can only find an Ann &William Blake in the 1851 Census living in East Stratton. Sent from my iPad >> On 5 Jan 2020, at 08:48, Colin Spencer <gen@turnspain.com> wrote: > Does anyone have access to the Crawley PR’s by any chance? > > > > I seem to have mislaid one of my microfiche. I only have the marriages up to 1836. > > > > I am looking for the marriage of an Ann Bramble to a William ??? in the 1840-1850 period. > > > > — > > Regards > > > > Colin Spencer > > https://le-fever.org > > http://spencer-genealogy.com > > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > ______________________________________________ > > FamilyNotices.org - the free online repository > for all notices of Births, Deaths, Marriages, > Engagements, Anniversaries and Missing Persons > > Doing it for free - unlike the newspapers ! > > > Visit www.familynotices.org > > Follow us on Twitter > www.twitter.com/familynotices > > ______________________________________________ > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/eng-hampshire@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    01/05/2020 07:11:07
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Re: Crawley PR lookup Marriages 1840-1850
    2. Newaddress
    3. Hello Colin I've had a look online and found these transcriptions. No marriage in Crawley, see this site, https://www.downsbenefice.org/GetA.php?pdf=Parish_Records/CrawleyMarriages2 No marriage in Weeke, see this site, https://www.weekehistory.co.uk/weeke/transcripts.htm As the marriage listed in the GRO index is Winchester it could be one of many Parishes, possibly Stockbridge? Regards Geoff Rogers ------ Original Message ------ From: "Colin Spencer" <gen@turnspain.com> To: eng-hampshire@rootsweb.com Sent: 05/01/2020 08:48:18 Subject: [ENG-HANTS]Crawley PR lookup Marriages 1840-1850 >Does anyone have access to the Crawley PR’s by any chance? > > > >I seem to have mislaid one of my microfiche. I only have the marriages up to 1836. > > > >I am looking for the marriage of an Ann Bramble to a William ??? in the 1840-1850 period. > > > >— > >Regards > > > >Colin Spencer > >https://le-fever.org > >http://spencer-genealogy.com > > > > > > >_______________________________________________ > ______________________________________________ > > FamilyNotices.org - the free online repository > for all notices of Births, Deaths, Marriages, > Engagements, Anniversaries and Missing Persons > > Doing it for free - unlike the newspapers ! > > > Visit www.familynotices.org > > Follow us on Twitter >www.twitter.com/familynotices > > ______________________________________________ >_______________________________________________ >Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref >Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/eng-hampshire@rootsweb.com >Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 >Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog >RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    01/05/2020 07:03:17
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Re: Crawley PR lookup Marriages 1840-1850
    2. Robyn Clarke
    3. Hello Colin, I have found on Ancestry and FMP Marriage of Ann Bramble and William Herridge 1843 Dist. Winchester 7/335. Thereafter 1851 living in Week, Winchester, William Herridge, 30yrs. Head. Ag. Labourer, Wife Ann 29yrs., of Crawley and numerous children There is a transcription error it seems as the Groom is transcribed as Etheridge......FMP and Ancestry have same Entry. WILLIAM Last name ETHERIDGE Marriage quarter 2 Marriage year 1843 Registration month - MarriageFinder ™ WILLIAM ETHERIDGE married one of these people Elizabeth Sait, Eliza Davies, Harriet Hathaway, Ann Bramble District Winchester District number - County Hampshire Country England Volume 7 Volume as transcribed 7 Page number 335 Record set England & Wales Marriages 1837-2005 Category Life Events (BDMs) Subcategory Civil Marriage & Divorce Collections from Great Britain, England

    01/05/2020 04:51:43
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Crawley PR lookup Marriages 1840-1850
    2. Colin Spencer
    3. Does anyone have access to the Crawley PR’s by any chance? I seem to have mislaid one of my microfiche. I only have the marriages up to 1836. I am looking for the marriage of an Ann Bramble to a William ??? in the 1840-1850 period. — Regards Colin Spencer https://le-fever.org http://spencer-genealogy.com

    01/05/2020 01:48:18
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Re: 1851 - Ann Howard ROBINS
    2. Hi Pam, If you are interested, my husband's gg grandfather William Kerridge and his wife were on board the Marchioness of Londonderry. William kept a diary from the time the booked their passage to Australia. They were supposed to sail on the"Louise" I think the name of the ship was and there was a complication and they were transferred to the Marchioness. Actually, they had boarded the ship and set up their cabin, when they left the ship to complete some business. When they returned the ship had left and they had to rush by train to the south of England to catch up with the ship when she next pulled into port, (maybe Portsmouth?). I have not got the exact details with me at the moment, however tomorrow I will go through my records and give you more information. To read the diary is unbelievable. It is almost day by day. William mentions passengers by name and covers any drastic or exciting occurrences on the voyage. He became very close to the Captain and also covers many of their conversations. He also covers deaths and births on the voyage. The diary ends when the ship drops anchor in Sydney Harbour at the Sow and Pigs, where there is a reef and a marker just inside the harbour off from South Head. The ship could not sail into the harbour until it was inspected by the Health authorities. As the Kerridges were to be on the other ship, their names do not appears on the Marchioness's passenger List, which I found when researching the family a problem. However, lucky that my husband's uncle (a Kerridge) had the original diary in his possession. I have a copy. The original is now in the Mitchell Library. I have also been contacted by the direct descendant of the Captain and he now has a copy of the diary, which helped him to write his book one his ancestor. Also, a descendant of a female passenger contacted me, as her great great grandmother gave birth, I think she had twins on the voyage and this event was also recorded by William in his diary. I can clarify all this information more tomorrow and send it to you. Regards, Janice Doughty Belrose, Sydney, Australia -----Original Message----- From: Pam Sent: Friday, May 25, 2018 3:06 PM To: HAMPSHIRE Mailing List Subject: [ENG-HANTS]1851 - Ann Howard ROBINS Greetings Listers In the 1841 Census, Ann Howard ROBINS (listed as Anne ROBINS) was a member of her brother-in-law and sister's household (Robert & Jessy Maria SYNGE - listed as LYNGE on FamilySearch!) at the Stokes Bay Station House in Alverstoke (I think) in Hampshire. Her age was given as 35 - in reality it was 40 (born 1801). The next date I have for Ann (or Annie) is 10 Dec 1854 when she arrived in Sydney, New South Wales, on the /Marchioness of Londonderry. /Ann died in Sydney in 1881, aged 80. / /I would like to find her in the 1851 Census. She would not still be with her sister Jessy Maria SYNGE as she had died in 1844. Their sister Maria ROBINS died in 1843, leaving one other sister, Mary Elisa, who was born in 1813 and was living in Stoke Terrace, Alverstoke in 1841, but whose possible marriage and death have not been located. Are there any suggestions for locating more information on Ann Howard and Mary Elisa please? Many thanks Pam Beaudesert, Queensland, Australia \ommunity

    01/04/2020 05:21:47
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Re: Hampshire/IOW & Sussex Surname Interest Lists
    2. Dix
    3. Looking for Chris Broomfield e-mail (having lost it). Visited with us in Villespassens. Dixie Cutler

    12/30/2019 06:02:10
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Sarah Wiseman of Ringwoods
    2. Joan Rooney
    3. Hi, I am posting in hopes of learning more about Sarah Wiseman. Sarah Wiseman married in the Anglican church of Quebec City on Oct. 15, 1799 to man named Green, a soldier of the 60th (later 100th) Foot Regiment stationed there. She had a son Robert Green born in 1793 in Montreal, so there seems to be a 3 year gap between the baby and before the marriage. Two more sons were baptized in Quebec City Mar. 4, 1795 and Thomas Green born January 1797 also before the marriage. I do not know from where in England Sarah came, but I have found a Philip Wiseman in Ringwood, Hants possibly married to Betty Long . I wonder if he might be the father of Sarah. There is also a James Wiseman born 1796 in Ringwoods who might be her brother(the same name as her second son). Can anyone help, please. Thanks, Joan

    12/10/2019 01:21:51
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Re: Seeking to find PEARCE family in the 1881 & 1891 Census
    2. Robert N. G. KEMSLEY
    3. Good morning Jon: Thank you ever so very much for your response, which I will now have to go through and add to what I've already learnt. Yes; I thank Paul very much, as he opened the door for me when I just couldn't. Thank you for the info re Edward Glover Shaddock PEARCE, as I was unsure of and didn't find. No: I didn't find Edward Shaddock PEARCE in the 1891 Census and would expect him to have been working away somewhere as in the 1901 census, he is back with the family and in the "Profession or Occupation" Column; it looks like "Foreman of works in the construction of piers"? Thank you also for Edward Glover Shaddock PEARCE'S Death as a Family Tree on Ancestry had him dying 1914 despite wife Margaret being recorded as a Widow in the 1911 Census. Overall: despite the now homework; thank you ever so very much and I will now follow up on. Robert Australia -----Original Message----- From: Jon Baker [mailto:jon@vectisjon.com] Sent: Friday, 11 October 2019 12:55 AM To: eng-hampshire@rootsweb.com Subject: [ENG-HANTS]Re: Seeking to find PEARCE family in the 1881 & 1891 Census Robert 1881 census: Class RG11 Piece 1180 Folio 77 Page 44 Salter Road, Ryde, Isle of Wight (today Salter's Road, Ryde, specifically Haylands) Edward PIERCE 39 born Weymouth. Name transcribed as PIERCE but schedule shows PEIRCE Margaret 29, Robert E (Son) 1 1891 census: RG12 1647 55 2 As Paul Roberts says, in Avenue Road, Sandown (parish of Brading), Isle of Wight Margaret PEARCE Married 40, Edward 11, Harry 6 Unable to positively identify a birth registration, but Edward was Baptised in Portland, Dorset (St John's Parish) on 20 Dec 1840, as Edward Glover Shaddock Pearce, son of Edward Glover Shaddock Pearce and Matilda Martin Pearce (her maiden name seems to be BEAL). Edward Senior was a Quarryman from Chesil. None of the Edward Pearce's registered in Dorset in 1840ish have MMS as BEAL. It's not unusual for folks such as Quarrymen not to register births at this time, many working at Portland Quarry would have been itinerant. No luck finding Edward in 1891. From the Isle of Wight Family History Society web site I can see birth registrations for 2 sons: 1879 PEARCE Robert Edward Eli HOLBROOK Ryde 1884 PEARCE Harry William James HOLBROOK Ryde Edward Glover Shaddock PEARCE died 1911 aged 70, Brading Registration sub-district (which probably means Sandown). Buried at Christ Church, Sandown, 15 Feb 1911. Died 14 Feb 1911, address Avenue Road, Sandown. Margaret died 17 May 1929 (details from IWFHS Web site, searching for PEARCE). I recommend the Isle of Wight Family History Society web site (and joining the IWFHS if you are researching on the Island) as there is a lot of information there that you won't find on Ancestry or FMP. Also using the Isle of Wight List (although very quiet these days) is a better bet for researching Isle of Wight people. Jon Baker Dorset OPC Co-ordinator

    10/10/2019 06:04:52
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Re: Seeking to find PEARCE family in the 1881 & 1891 Census
    2. Jon Baker
    3. Robert 1881 census: Class RG11 Piece 1180 Folio 77 Page 44 Salter Road, Ryde, Isle of Wight (today Salter's Road, Ryde, specifically Haylands) Edward PIERCE 39 born Weymouth. Name transcribed as PIERCE but schedule shows PEIRCE Margaret 29, Robert E (Son) 1 1891 census: RG12 1647 55 2 As Paul Roberts says, in Avenue Road, Sandown (parish of Brading), Isle of Wight Margaret PEARCE Married 40, Edward 11, Harry 6 Unable to positively identify a birth registration, but Edward was Baptised in Portland, Dorset (St John's Parish) on 20 Dec 1840, as Edward Glover Shaddock Pearce, son of Edward Glover Shaddock Pearce and Matilda Martin Pearce (her maiden name seems to be BEAL). Edward Senior was a Quarryman from Chesil. None of the Edward Pearce's registered in Dorset in 1840ish have MMS as BEAL. It's not unusual for folks such as Quarrymen not to register births at this time, many working at Portland Quarry would have been itinerant. No luck finding Edward in 1891. From the Isle of Wight Family History Society web site I can see birth registrations for 2 sons: 1879 PEARCE Robert Edward Eli HOLBROOK Ryde 1884 PEARCE Harry William James HOLBROOK Ryde Edward Glover Shaddock PEARCE died 1911 aged 70, Brading Registration sub-district (which probably means Sandown). Buried at Christ Church, Sandown, 15 Feb 1911. Died 14 Feb 1911, address Avenue Road, Sandown. Margaret died 17 May 1929 (details from IWFHS Web site, searching for PEARCE). I recommend the Isle of Wight Family History Society web site (and joining the IWFHS if you are researching on the Island) as there is a lot of information there that you won't find on Ancestry or FMP. Also using the Isle of Wight List (although very quiet these days) is a better bet for researching Isle of Wight people. Jon Baker Dorset OPC Co-ordinator Search as I might: I just cannot seem to find the PEARCE family in both the 1881 and 1891 Census.

    10/10/2019 07:54:34
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Re: Seeking to find PEARCE family in the 1881 & 1891 Census
    2. Paul Roberts
    3. Oops.  I didn't attach the census image on the last message.  So, here they are in 1881 and in 1891. Paul On 10/9/2019 4:40 PM, Robert N. G. KEMSLEY wrote: > Search as I might: I just cannot seem to find the PEARCE > family in both the 1881 and 1891 Census. > > > > I’ve found Edward Shaddock PEARCE Married Dec ¼ 1878, > Register Office, Newport, Isle of Wight, Hampshire – Emily Margaret > HOLBROOK. > > > > I have Emily Margaret Born Mar ¼ 1849, Isle of Wight, but > cannot as yet; find Husband Edward Shaddock PEARCE being Born. > > > > Edward & Emily had 2 children that I am aware of: > > > > Robert Edward Eli PEARCE b) Sep ¼ 1879 Isle of Wight > > > > Harry William James PEARCE b) Dec ¼ 1884 Isle of Wight.. > > > > I would have expected to have found the family then in both > the 1881 and 1891 Census, but for some reason: I cannot. > > > > Looking at Family Trees on Ancestry; both parents seem to > have changed their Christian names about? > > > > Robert > > > > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > ______________________________________________ > > FamilyNotices.org - the free online repository > for all notices of Births, Deaths, Marriages, > Engagements, Anniversaries and Missing Persons > > Doing it for free - unlike the newspapers ! > > > Visit www.familynotices.org > > Follow us on Twitter > www.twitter.com/familynotices > > ______________________________________________ > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/eng-hampshire@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community -- This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://www.avast.com/antivirus

    10/09/2019 06:42:53
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Re: Seeking to find PEARCE family in the 1881 & 1891 Census
    2. Paul Roberts
    3. Here they are in 1891 at number 12, Avenue Road. Margaret is down as "Married", not as "Widowed", but is living on husband's means.  Perhaps he is elsewhere. Paul On 10/9/2019 4:40 PM, Robert N. G. KEMSLEY wrote: > Search as I might: I just cannot seem to find the PEARCE > family in both the 1881 and 1891 Census. > > > > I’ve found Edward Shaddock PEARCE Married Dec ¼ 1878, > Register Office, Newport, Isle of Wight, Hampshire – Emily Margaret > HOLBROOK. > > > > I have Emily Margaret Born Mar ¼ 1849, Isle of Wight, but > cannot as yet; find Husband Edward Shaddock PEARCE being Born. > > > > Edward & Emily had 2 children that I am aware of: > > > > Robert Edward Eli PEARCE b) Sep ¼ 1879 Isle of Wight > > > > Harry William James PEARCE b) Dec ¼ 1884 Isle of Wight.. > > > > I would have expected to have found the family then in both > the 1881 and 1891 Census, but for some reason: I cannot. > > > > Looking at Family Trees on Ancestry; both parents seem to > have changed their Christian names about? > > > > Robert > > > > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > ______________________________________________ > > FamilyNotices.org - the free online repository > for all notices of Births, Deaths, Marriages, > Engagements, Anniversaries and Missing Persons > > Doing it for free - unlike the newspapers ! > > > Visit www.familynotices.org > > Follow us on Twitter > www.twitter.com/familynotices > > ______________________________________________ > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/eng-hampshire@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community -- This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://www.avast.com/antivirus

    10/09/2019 06:36:20
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Seeking to find PEARCE family in the 1881 & 1891 Census
    2. Robert N. G. KEMSLEY
    3. Search as I might: I just cannot seem to find the PEARCE family in both the 1881 and 1891 Census. I’ve found Edward Shaddock PEARCE Married Dec ¼ 1878, Register Office, Newport, Isle of Wight, Hampshire – Emily Margaret HOLBROOK. I have Emily Margaret Born Mar ¼ 1849, Isle of Wight, but cannot as yet; find Husband Edward Shaddock PEARCE being Born. Edward & Emily had 2 children that I am aware of: Robert Edward Eli PEARCE b) Sep ¼ 1879 Isle of Wight Harry William James PEARCE b) Dec ¼ 1884 Isle of Wight.. I would have expected to have found the family then in both the 1881 and 1891 Census, but for some reason: I cannot. Looking at Family Trees on Ancestry; both parents seem to have changed their Christian names about? Robert

    10/09/2019 05:40:48
    1. [ENG-HANTS]HARVEY - St. Andrew the Great, Cambridge
    2. Christopher Farrand
    3. Hullo, I am trying to find information on my ancestor Sarah HARVEY who appears to have been christened at St. Andrew the Great at Cambridge on 23 January 1729, the daughter of Matthew Harvey and his wife Anne. I have not been able to find any source documents for Cambridge or St Andrew the Great. Sarah HARVEY married William Roper in 1754 in a Quaker ceremony in London. The certificate indicates that her father (Matthew) and mother (Anne) were deceased and there are no other family members recorded in attendance. Her father is recorded as having been a shoemaker of Cambridge. I have found transcripts for a Matthew HARVEY buried at St. Andrew the Great in December 1742 and one for Anne HARVEY, married to Matthew, buried there in April 1742. My best guess is that these are Sarah's parents. If that is correct, they died when she was 13 years old. Her Quaker marriage certificate indicates that at the time of her marriage she lived at Bucklersbury street in London.  What I am trying to discover is what happened to her between 1742 and 1754? Was she taken in by family? Was she taken on as an apprentice? Did she become a servant to someone? When did she become a Friend, in Cambridge or in London? At the same time, I am also trying to find more information on Matthew HARVEY's origins. I have found apprenticeship information, which appears to be consistent with him, that he was apprenticed in 1715 to Thomas Painter, a cordwainer of Cambridge. His father's name is given as Owen HARVEY, also a cordwainer. I have found an Owen HARVEY buried at St. Andrew the Great in 1727. Is this the same Owen? Are there any other records for Owen HARVEY? The only marriage for a Matthew Harvey with someone with the forename Anne in the general vicinity of Cambridge that I have found is that of Matthew HARVEY and Anne RAYMENT in 1727 at Bluntishham cum Earith, Hunts. Does anyone have any information that would indicate that these are the same Matthew and Anne? I have not identified any other children for Matthew and Anne HARVEY besides Sarah. Are there records of any other children? Thank you for any information that you might be able to provide. Christopher Farrand

    08/10/2019 10:15:00
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Agricultural Unrest at Burghclere in 1830
    2. Christopher Farrand
    3. One of my ancestors Joseph T(homas) Smith (bap 13 May 1798) of Burghclere and his wife Sarah (née Rolfe - bapt 21 October 1798 - originally of Kingsclere) emigrated with their 8 children to the US around 1835. Joseph (son of Thomas Smith and Jane Tanner) was an agricultural worker. I came across information regarding the agricultural uprising of 1830 (Captain Swing: A Social History of the Great English Agricultural Uprising of 1830, by Eric Hobsbawm and George Rudé). It mentions "riots" and the destruction of threshing machines in Burghclere and Kingsclere in November 1830.  It is likely that Joseph Smith would have at least been affected by the unrest and that the conditions that gave rise to it may have been the reason for his emigration. Does anyone have or know of any information specific to the events in Burghclere in 1830? It seems that a number of Rolfe family members followed Joseph Smith out to upstate New York in subsequent years. His father Thomas Smith died at Burghclere in 1863. Thank you for any information you might be able to provide. Regards Christopher Farrand

    06/08/2019 08:54:55
    1. [ENG-HANTS]Re: Goddard
    2. Lesley Baxendale
    3. Hi Myrtle, There are only transcripts on-line as far as I can tell. Neither FMP nor Ancestry have the images for these marriages. So if you want to see the original images, it's probably a trip to the record office. I did find this site, which may be of some use: http://yateleylocalhistory.pbworks.com/w/page/9286141/YateleyParishRecords However, at these dates, it's very unlikely that there will be much more to add. If the transcript is from the Banns Book, then there won't be details of witnesses. If it's from the register itself, then that should show the witnesses, who may or may not have been related to the individuals being married. Fathers names are not generally given until Civil Registration came in in 1837. Hope this helps Lesley Colwyn Bay On 25/05/2019 12:57, Myrtle Cooper wrote: > Hello, > > Can anyone help me please? > > I am looking for witnesses or parents on the following two marriage > entries in the Yateley Parish Register. > > Yateley, Ham. 12 Nov 1799  George GODDARD to Elizabeth ALEXANDER > > Yateley, Ham. 05 Jan 1811  George GODDARD to Charlotte RIDGER > > I have looked on Ancestry, Findmypast, and the Hampshire Genealogical > Society's CDs, the marriages are there but no names of Witnesses, or > parents. > > Best wishes, > Myrtle

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