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Christine Gibbins
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  • Devonshire
  • United Kingdom
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
GIBBINS and all varations found in Devon before 1760
HATLEY in Oxfordshire and Hampshire
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
England
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
In 1985 my mother law asked me help with her tree and I was hooked!. So started to work on all my son's direct line ancestors
Do you have a genealogy website or blog?
http://gibbinshatleykelpie.blogspot.com/

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Myths of "Bearing Arms"

Started Feb 23, 2010

Project Gutenberg

Started Sep 15, 2009

The County of Cornwall, England
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Christine Gibbins Aug 18, 2009.

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Agriculture

Farming plays a big part in the roles of many of our ancestors, the history of this way of life is very interesting.
May 21, 2018
Trishette M Martin left a comment for Christine Gibbins
"Excuse me what information do you have on the Martin's 1800s"
Mar 27, 2018
Trishette M Martin replied to Christine Gibbins's discussion "Beware of Widows"
"Whstcu got on the Martin family!"
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Agriculture

Farming plays a big part in the roles of many of our ancestors, the history of this way of life is very interesting.
Nov 14, 2017

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At 11:25pm on March 27, 2018, Trishette M Martin said…

Excuse me what information do you have on the Martin's 1800s

At 1:10pm on August 14, 2010, Derek Boys said…
Hi Chris,
Its a long time since I added anything to your BOYCE tree - but have found a few bits recently.
If you are still with Tiscali I will send you an update
Derek
At 8:43pm on August 13, 2010, Glenn Boyes said…
Hi Chris,
I'm looking at your George BOYCE b. 1806 who married Caroline PICKETT again to see if they link with my line. Have you discovered anything more about George in the last few years?. I'm pretty sure I've found him in 1841 census in For Posts with a William PICKETT and two other BOYCE males George & William who were carpenters.

Glenn.
At 5:42am on October 22, 2009, Alvin Edwin John Longman said…
Thank you Chris. I have printed the files as there are some details of interest.
I am descended from Moses c 14 Jul 1806. His granddaughter Elizabeth bp 14 Apr 1871 is my Grandmother. Incidently there were two elder children of James and Elizabeth Cannons ie, Fanny bp 2 Aug 1863 and Ellen b 26 Mar 1865 both in East Wellow and two younger James bp 8 Jul 1883 and Henry apt 1886
Best Wishes, Alvin
At 10:30am on October 21, 2009, Alvin Edwin John Longman said…
Hello Chris,

Thank you for the details. Very much regret that I have only now read your reply.
Moses Sillence v Sarah Osman are my 3xGreat Grandparents. Do you have their line?
I can provide you with some details of their descendants on my side if you wish.

Best Wishes, Alvin
At 7:51am on September 10, 2009, Alvin Edwin John Longman said…
Hello Chris, Thank you for your comment. I am unable to trace any connection at the moment. My line is from John Sellens m Joan Hatcher 25/12/1704 at Lockerley,Hants. Other areas include Braishfield,East Wellow,Hursley and Romsey.

Best Wishes,

Alvin

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Spelling, my thoughts on the subject

Thought I would mention this as I have found some instances where folks say the spelling of surnames and place names are not correct and can't be their ancestor. But when you go back in time and folk learnt to write they all wrote the words phonetically, i, e, o and y can all be transposed. Gibbins, Gibbons, Gybbons, Gebbens. etc. So keep an open mind and think about the local dialect, the speaker may have a cold, or a lisp!! In old wills and documents you will often find the same name with a… Continue

Posted on July 26, 2009 at 1:42am — 1 Comment

 
 
 

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