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At 5:44am on August 7, 2009, Jan James said…
Nice to meet you Margaret. I grew up in Toodyay and I remember the Britt family. Mrs Britt was a very old lady when I was a little girl. Her house is still there- Jan
At 3:28am on August 5, 2009, Susan M CURD said…
I can't see a location field on the Curd families group page
At 3:47am on August 1, 2009, Susan M CURD said…
I've had a request from Vanessa Price to be friend. Do you know her? Would like to know more before I accept. I have asked for details from her to assess; no reply yet.
At 6:20am on July 25, 2009, Angela Robinson said…
My husbands grandmother was born in Great Dunmow Essex, but was married in Penzance Cornwall. We dont know whether the whole family moved to Cornwall or not.
Angela
At 5:16am on July 20, 2009, Margaret Ann Thwaites said…
Not sure. I have only followed the Britts through my gggrandmother Harriet Britt/Brett (the names are interchangeable) who married John Funnell. Her family were from Sussex & she died in Mountfield in 1851.
cheers, Margaret.
At 5:43pm on July 19, 2009, Donald James BRADMORE said…
Thanks, Margaret. Yes, I'd like to join the BREADMORE group but jst at this moment I can';t see how to do that!! Please advise. Don.
At 1:51pm on July 19, 2009, Stephanie D Steevenson said…
Dear Margaret
I do not have any of your names in my tree. I have been researching for about 8/9 years now. Although I have lived in Berkshire for 20 years I can find only one ancestor who ever lived in this county! Just my luck.
Stephanie
At 1:24pm on July 17, 2009, Bob Marshall said…
Dear Margaret
Short answer is that before about 1800 I'm not sure where my Blundens came from. My gg grandfather William Blunden was born c1800 in Long Melford Suffolk but I have no knowledge of his parents - names, origin, etc.
William was a surgeon whose wife was Sarah from Doncaster.
Ringing any bells?
KR, Bob Marshall
At 12:30pm on July 17, 2009, Tammy Clifford Larsen said…
There may be one & I will check my records. Get back to you later today if I can. Nice to meet you!
At 11:17am on July 17, 2009, Thomas Rees said…
Hello Margaret, No sorry all my Choules appear to be from the East London ...although I am attempting to find a Charles and a Henry Choules born around 1795....any help would oblige
Best wishes
Tom Rees
At 2:41pm on July 16, 2009, Lynnette McMahon said…
I don't have much info on my Blunden line.

Dinah BLUNDEN (1759-1819) b. in North Waltham, Hampshire, married Christopher RAMPTON (1759-1838) in Monk Sherborne on 18 July 1785

They had 4 boys:
Richard b. 1785
Edward b. 1787
Christopher b. 1790
Anthony b. 1790

The birthdates are courtesy of Sue Daws doing a one-name search on the Rampton family - I am working my way through this family to confirm with other sources.

I have a note that Dinah is the daughter of John BLUNDEN and his wife Rebecca. No more details. I'll go back through my papers looking for any further info on BLUNDEN family and keep you pos
At 2:19am on July 13, 2009, Wendy Archer said…
All done, Margaret!
At 2:15am on July 13, 2009, Wendy Archer said…
certainly, Margaret - and when I've done so do tell the group. And please will you put a link to the Oxfordshire group on the new group too?
Wendy
At 1:05am on July 13, 2009, Janet Minter said…
Hello Margaret, I am researching a Thomas Hewlett born around 1856 in Lancashire West Houghton, he married an Ann and they had four children James, Mary Ann, James and Elizabeth. James married Margaret Caldwell and came out to Australia. Wondered if we have similar family. D=Good luck with your searching. Warmest Regards Jan Minter
At 9:51am on July 12, 2009, Wendy Archer said…
margaret -

No doubt Gillian will suggest it - but how about having Tilehurst listed on the Berkshire page?

Berkshire will shortly be listed on the England page

Wendy

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