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Alison Phillips
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  • Warminster, Wilts
  • United Kingdom
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Harris and related families in Wiltshire including Donhead St Mary, Chicklade and Codford.

Woodman, Phillips and related families in Birmingham, Elstree in Hertfordshire and St Albans, Hertfordshire.

Crow, Gillett, Harris, Jackson and related familes in Lambeth, East Ham and the Romford areas of London/Essex.

Woodman, Jellyman, Gillett and related families of Gloucestershire. Mostly Coaley, Froster, Slimbridge and Moreton in Marsh
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Mostly Birmingham, London, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
After the death of my grandmother in 2003

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At 11:12am on October 4, 2009, Joy Lewis said…
Hi Alison,
I was so delighted to see your interest in Mary Gurd as she was the sister of my 3xgtGrandfather John Gurd. I had also seen in the 1841 Census her husband was recorded as John and not James, maybe he had both names but was known as his second name, so many did just that ! Look forward to contact with you and if you would like to get in touch direct its - Regards Joy
At 3:03am on September 27, 2009, Dorothy Gurd said…
Hello Alison
I have tried to link you as a friend to the Gurd group, but so far the site won't allow me to link unless I have your email address. If you don't want to publish it on the net, you can write directly to
I have my elderly mum here for the day, but promise I'll be in touch about the Harrises this evening. I agree with you but there is a 1841 census which places a Mary Harris of the right age in Donhead St Mary, with a John Harris, not a James. Am I looking at the wrong one? I suppose it's likely that John wasn't her husband, but with no relationships given the 1841 isn't helping much!
Best wishes, Dot




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