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151 03/15
William and Letty's marriage witnessed by Charles TURPIN and Mary TURPIN. 
TURPIN, Letty Elizabeth (I2110)
 
152 03/15
Witnesses at the wedding of Walter and Maria are Mary STEBBINGS and Florence STEBBINGS 
STEBBINGS, Walter (I2087)
 
153 0307
Ann's mother became Lady Beauchamp on her second marriage to Edward Seymour, Lord Beauchamp (Ruth Jenkins)

03/07
From Ruth Jenkins:

Dear Mark

I hope you'll find what I've done helpful. Burke's is wrong re his (John Tregonwell) first wife's name, but I've spelled that out in my tree. His last wife's will refers to the above's son John as her son, but I think as she married the above John in 1666 and was making her will in 1717 after 50 yrs in the family she probably did not think of him as a stepson. I have the will for John died 1724, which I think must be one of yours.
regards

Ruth 
LEWIS, Ann (I488)
 
154 04/10
Apparently Freda died aged just 15 yrs 
BALDWIN, Freda (I1087)
 
155 04/10
Weymouth Burial transcripts has "Alice Emily STANTON" buried on 24/11/1937. "Widow of Arthur James". See source "STANTON; Parish Register; Burial Records Wyke Regis, Melcombe Regis and Weymouth 1856-1996"
http://www.weymouth.gov.uk/home.asp?sv=810
Perhaps this is James Arthur STANTON's wife?

05/06
Free BMD has James Arthur Stanton marrying in March 1902. It is unclear what his wifes name was.

02/05
Burial 06/08/1932 Stanton James Arthur Weymouth Postman
http://www.weymouth.gov.uk/people/crem/geneology.asp?svid=3&svaid=295&svapid=1914 
STANTON, James Arthur (I305)
 
156 04/10
Weymouth Burial transcripts has "Mary Louisa" widow of Frederick buried on 23/11/1949. See source "STANTON; Parish Register; Burial Records Wyke Regis, Melcombe Regis and Weymouth 1856-1996"
http://www.weymouth.gov.uk/home.asp?sv=810

05/06
Free BMD has Frederick James Stanton's birth recorded in Weymouth in Jun 1882

1901 Census:
Possibly boarding in 8 Thornbank Place, Bath, with Charles J G PORTSON and his family. Charles was born in New Zealand and worked as a Railway Ticket Collector. It appears Frederick (though with the middle initial indicated as "L" not "J") was working as a Rail Booking Clerk. Only Frederick Stanton on the census of the right age and born in Weymouth. 
STANTON, Frederick James (I307)
 
157 04/11
Evelyn refered to as "sister" of Victor Reginald STANTON in his will. She is named in the will as Evelyn Bessie BARTLETT. 
STANTON, Evelyn Bessie (I1296)
 
158 04/11
For a picture of the Barton Regis Workhouse see:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/fray_bentos/357367889/ 
?, Mary (I998)
 
159 04/15
1911 census records that Ada had 4 children and all were still living at the time of the census.

12/11
Searching for "Ada QUINTON; bc1874, Southampton" on the 1901 census reveals her living with her sister Teresa and her family in London. Possible that Ada has arrived to help her sister in looking after her new son Reginald.

Unable to locate "Ada QUINTON; bc1874" on the 1911 census. 
QUINTON, Ada Louisa (I1799)
 
160 04/17
From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/HASTINGS2.htm

Henry HASTINGS

Born: 1562, Woodlands, Dorset, England

Christened: 20 Jun 1562, Lubbeshall, Leicester, England

Died: 5 Oct 1650, Woodlands, Dorset, England

Buried: Horton, Dorset, England

Father: George HASTINGS (4ยบ E. Huntingdon)

Mother: Dorothy PORT

Married 1: Dorothy WILLOUGHBY 1594, England

Children:

1. George HASTINGS (Sir)

2. Ralph HASTINGS

3. William HASTINGS

4. Henry HASTINGS of Agmondesham (Sir)

5. John HASTINGS

6. Dorothy HASTINGS (b. ABT 1598) (m.1 Sir John Ryves of Damory Court - m.2 Thomas Tregonwell of Anderson)

Married 2: Jane LANGTON ABT 1600

Children:

7. Francis HASTINGS 
HASTINGS, Henry (I492)
 
161 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1093)
 
162 0410
Apparently Cyril married and had 3 children 
SQUIRE, Cyril (I1091)
 
163 0410
Apparently Peter and Joyce had 4 children 
EVANS, Peter (I1100)
 
164 0410
Apparently Reginald married and had 1 daughter 
ALLEN, Reginald Henry (I1094)
 
165 05/03
Lived at 17 Catherine Stree, Fitzwilliam. A silk memorial of his death is contained in the Hudson family bible. 
HUDSON, Herbert (I271)
 
166 05/06
Elizabeth appears in the 1901 census living with her family at 2 Brooklyn Terrace, also living there is her husband James CULLINANE.

07/07
The 1901 census below

1901 Census Full Transcription Details for Elizth Cullinane

National Archives Reference
RG Number, Series Piece Folio Page Schedule Number
RG13 2388 5 2 6
Elizth Cullinane
Relation to Head of Family Daughter
Sex F
Age Last Birthday 22
Nationality
Condition as to Marriage Married
Profession or Occupation Calico Hewer
Employment Status
Infirmity
Where Born Glos Bristol
Address 2 Brooklyn Ter Easton Rd
Civil Parish Bristol
Rural District
Town or Village or Hamlet
Parliamentary Borough or Division Bristol East
Ecclesiastical Parish St Lawrence
Administrative County Bristol
County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District Bristol
Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District Easton

1901 Census Full Household Schedule for Elizth Cullinane
National Archives Reference
RG Number, Series Piece Folio Page Schedule Number
RG13 2388 5 2 6
Address 2 Brooklyn Ter Easton Rd
Civil Parish Bristol
Rural District
Town or Village or Hamlet
Parliamentary Borough or Division Bristol East
Ecclesiastical Parish St Lawrence
Administrative County Bristol
County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District Bristol
Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District Easton

Joseph Henry Farrett
Relation to Head of Family Head
Condition as to Marriage Married
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 57
Profession or Occupation Painter House
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Sarah Ann Farrett
Relation to Head of Family Wife
Condition as to Marriage Married
Sex F
Age Last Birthday 50
Profession or Occupation
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Philip Hy Farrett
Relation to Head of Family Son
Condition as to Marriage Single
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 19
Profession or Occupation Plumber
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Joseph Farrett
Relation to Head of Family Son
Condition as to Marriage Single
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 16
Profession or Occupation Painter House
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Albert Cook
Relation to Head of Family Son In Law
Condition as to Marriage Married
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 29
Profession or Occupation Wood Parch
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Lydia Cook
Relation to Head of Family Daughter
Condition as to Marriage Married
Sex F
Age Last Birthday 24
Profession or Occupation
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Albert Joseph Cook
Relation to Head of Family Grand Son
Condition as to Marriage
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 3
Profession or Occupation
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Philip James Cook
Relation to Head of Family Grand Son
Condition as to Marriage
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 0
Profession or Occupation
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

James Cullinane
Relation to Head of Family Son In Law
Condition as to Marriage Married
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 21
Profession or Occupation Forge Smith
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Elizth Cullinane
Relation to Head of Family Daughter
Condition as to Marriage Married
Sex F
Age Last Birthday 22
Profession or Occupation Calico Hewer
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Edward J Cullinane
Relation to Head of Family Grand Son
Condition as to Marriage
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 0
Profession or Occupation
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity

Arthur Philips
Relation to Head of Family Boarder
Condition as to Marriage Single
Sex M
Age Last Birthday 19
Profession or Occupation Milkman
Employment Status
Where Born Glos Bristol
Language
Infirmity 
JARRETT, Elizabeth Ann (I604)
 
167 05/06
Free BMD has Albert Lovell Stanton's birth recorded in Weymouth in June 1887 
STANTON, Albert Lovell (I435)
 
168 05/06
Free BMD has Ellen Baker Stanton's death recorded in Weymouth in June 1880 aged 76 
PAYNE, Ellen Baker (I331)
 
169 05/06
Free BMD has Francis Gillham Stanton's birth recorded in Weymouth in Sep 1859

http://www.dorset-opc.com/1861Upwey.htm 07/04
Appears on the 1861 Census 
STANTON, Francis Gillham (I384)
 
170 05/06
Free BMD has James Henry Stanton's birth recorded in Weymouth in March 1842

03/05
Email from Jonathan jww268@h**mail reveals the place of residence the 1901 census...

Frances Chambers 19 Clapham, London, England Servant Cann Hall Essex
Alfred J Stanton 18 West Ham, London, England Son Cann Hall Essex
Edith Stanton 17 West Ham, London, England Daughter Cann Hall Essex
Eveline Stanton 14 West Ham, London, England Daughter Cann Hall Essex
James H Stanton 59 Weymouth, Dorset, England Head

Also the 1871 census:
Alice M Stanton 23 Weymouth, Dorset, England Wife Mile End Old Town London
Fanny E A Stanton 7 months Stepney, Middlesex, England Daughter Mile End Old Town London
James H Stanton 29 Weymouth, Dorset, England Head Mile End Old Town

?/04
James had been widowed by the 1901 census. 
STANTON, James Henry (I333)
 
171 05/06
Free BMD has Martha Louisa Stanton marrying in Weymouth to either a John Spencer Gardiner or a John Sharp September 1877. 
Family F135
 
172 05/06
Free BMD has Martha Louisa Stanton's birth recorded in Weymouth in Sep 1849

02/05
Poss burial date:
02/11/1903 Stanton Martha Weymouth
http://www.weymouth.gov.uk/people/crem/geneology.asp?svid=3&svaid=295&svapid=1914 
STANTON, Martha Louisa (I300)
 
173 05/06
Free BMD has Percival Blamey Stanton's birth recorded in Weymouth in March 1885 
STANTON, Percival Blamey (I343)
 
174 05/06
Free BMD has this marriage recorded. 
Family F138
 
175 05/06
Free BMD has Victor Reginald Stanton's birth recorded in Weymouth in Jun 1884

02/05
Burial 16/01/1937 Holy Trinity parish
http://www.weymouth.gov.uk/people/crem/geneology.asp?svid=3&svaid=295&svapid=1914 
STANTON, Victor Reginald (I308)
 
176 05/06
Free BMD website gives Robert and Sarah Ann's marriage as March 1864 
Family F133
 
177 05/08
Email from Graham Turner re Mary Ann Stanton:
photos of my Grand Mother Mary Ann Stanton. I?m guessing that the photo of Mary in uniform (Marie as she called herself, and most likely written to her ?sis? Eva) was most likely taken before or during WW1, she was a nurse, and according to someone from our Genealogy Society, the uniform is that of Queen Alexandra's Imperial Nursing Corps and she most likely spent time in France apparently Mary never spoke of her earlier life so I'll have to find her service records. The other 2 photos were probably taken pre-WW1.

08/03
Source & Descendents - Graham Turner

Listed as "May" Stanton (7) in the 1901 census. Living with her sister Florence under her Brother In Law Tom DAVIS 
STANTON, Mary Ann (I342)
 
178 05/08
Email from Keith Patten:

Middle Chinnock, Edward baptised 08.03.1794

Edward and wife Patience (Gray) moved to Fisherton Anger probably around 1824.
Although he had moved his family on by 1841 to Newport, other Pattens, born out of county, remained in Wiltshire. This includes an elderly Elizabeth Patten and a younger Sarah Patten, schoolmistress, aged 35 ? I thought this was age 55 when I originally came across the entry and thought I had found Edward?s widowed mother (nee Elizabeth Lawcock) and his sister Sarah. Still a strong possibility.
William Patten was also settled in Fisherton Anger in 1841 with a growing family and wife Elizabeth Napier who he married in 1827.
Edward was a carpenter by trade and records show that there was a great deal of building work in Fisherton Anger and Salisbury at that time.

So the likely scenario is that Edward Patten was baptised in West Chinnock, on 8 March 1794. His parents were Arthur Patten and Elizabeth Lawcock, married at WC on 24 Feb 1789. In 1820s, for reasons unknown but likely to be work related and/or, the possible death of Arthur, Edward and family, his brother, sister(?) and mother had moved to Fisherton Anger, Wiltshire.
 
PATTEN, Edward (I922)
 
179 05/08
Email from Keith Patten:

William Patten:

Married Elizabeth Peach Napier on 1 June 1827 at Fisherton Anger, Wiltshire. Offspring baptised at FA were:

John, 6 July 1828
William, 5 Sept 1830
Mary Ann, 1 Sept 1833
George, 18 June 1837
Martha, 18 June 1837
Charles, born c1839, baptism not yet checked. Info from 1841 census only.

All six children survived until 1841 at least and were living with their parents in Fisherton Street, Fisherton Anger. William senior?s occupation was male servant. He was born out of county. A burial is recorded at FA for an Elizabeth Patten, aged 39, on 1 May 1842. I have yet to locate William in 1851 and suspect that he either died or went to sea. The children were scattered but some ended up in Southhampton and hence the speculation that William, after the death of Elizabeth went to sea and was not recorded in any following census

In the research so far I have found the following:-

Mary Ann Patten was born on 1 Sep 1833 in Fisherton Anger, Wiltshire, England. She was baptized on 1 Sep 1833 in Fisherton Anger, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. She died in 1867 in Southampton, Hampshire, England.

Mary Ann Patten and Richard Targett were married on 10 Oct 1852 in St Mary's Church, Southampton, England. Richard Targett was born on 9 Dec 1827 in Old Basing, Hampshire, England. Mary Ann Patten and Richard Targett had the following children:

Mary Ann Targett was born in 1853 in Southampton, Hampshire,
Caroline Targett was born on 9 Jan 1854 in 2 James Street, Southampton,
William Edward Targett was born in 1856 in Droxford, Hampshire, England.
Sarah Ann Targett was born in 1858 in Southampton, Hampshire, England.
Elizabeth Jane Targett was born in 1861 in Southampton, Hampshire, England.
Henry George Targett was born in 1863 in Southampton, Hampshire, England.
Kate Targett was born in 1865 in Southampton, Hampshire, England.

I have looked for the children, very briefly, in 1851. Possibilities are:

Martha, aged 17, born Salisbury, Wiltshire, in service, Southampton, St Marys. She later married William Tizzard
William, aged 19, born Salisbury, Wiltshire, lodging and working as a costermonger, also Southampton, St Marys

I can not find Charles and George in 1851 Census but a possibility is that they were returned to Somerset and were recorded as being born in West Chinnock (Som) HO107/1930/~F472 living together at the Union House Preston Road, Yeovil, Somerset.

In the 1861 Census (RG9/1362) George was living with the Pitcher family as a lodger and Baker's Servant at, Private House, Melbury Osmond, Dorset

By 1871, George and wife Elizabeth (b Dorset) had returned to Somerset and were living with their family in Yeovil. He was a baker.

In 1861, Charles Patten was lodging in Yeovil and working as a chimney Sweep.
 
PATTEN, William (I466)
 
180 05/08
Email from Keith Patten:
Middle Chinnock, Anne/Annie/Aime baptised 11.09.1791 
PATTEN, Annie (I921)
 
181 05/08 Email from Keith Patten:

I can not find Charles and George in 1851 Census but a possibility is that they were returned to Somerset and were recorded as being born in West Chinnock (Som) HO107/1930/~F472 living together at the Union House Preston Road, Yeovil, Somerset.

In 1861, Charles Patten was lodging in Yeovil and working as a chimney Sweep.

Seems this same Charles PATTEN appears living near a George PATTEN in Yeovil in 1901 (RG13 piece 2302 folio 36 page 19). Then again still in Yeovil in 1911 (RG14PN14412 RG78PN870 RD309 SD4 ED11 SN211) (though recorded born in Yeovil).

More evidence needed to confirm whether this is the correct Charles PATTEN. 
PATTEN, Charles (I919)
 
182 05/08 Email from Keith Patten:

I can not find Charles and George in 1851 Census but a possibility is that they were returned to Somerset and were recorded as being born in West Chinnock (Som) HO107/1930/~F472 living together at the Union House Preston Road, Yeovil, Somerset.

In the 1861 Census (RG9/1362) George was living with the Pitcher family as a lodger and Baker's Servant at, Private House, Melbury Osmond, Dorset

By 1871 census (RG10 piece 2411 folio 82 page 10), George and wife Elizabeth (bc1843, Dorset) had returned to Somerset and were living with their family in Yeovil. He was a baker.

By 1881 census (RG12 piece 1899 folio 30 page 6), George and wife Elizabeth are still in Yeovil, with children, Eli, Charles and William and a lodger "William CHANDLER; bc1885" who is from the same village as Elizabeth (Melbury Osmond, Dorset) - as he is only 6 years old perhaps he is a relation?

By 1901 census (RG13 piece 2302 folio 36 page 19), George and wife Elizabeth are as above but just with "Willie" and "Charlie". (Interestingly they are 4 doors down from a "Charles PATTEN; bc1841, Chinnock Somerset; Chimney Sweep" and his wife Louisa and family.

No record of George PATTEN in the 1911 census.

More evidence required to confirm that this is the correct "George PATTEN". 
PATTEN, George (I917)
 
183 05/11
Edward had brothers and a sister accroding to the Death Announcement source attached. 
FISKE, Edward Lewis (I1036)
 
184 05/11
We know Sarah died in her 88th year from the Death Announcement source. But it is not clear when that source dates from. 
JANE, Sarah (I1023)
 
185 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2194)
 
186 05/16
Comments: Joseph Smith s/o Charles and Martha H Smith 1881 census was actually their Grandson. His mother was Ellen Smith D/O Charles and Martha. Joseph was born 1870 Hythe Kent and then taken to Dorset. His mother never married the father who is on birth certificate as Joseph Mansfield Draycott. At the age of 17 Joseph joined the Army from Liverpool. On leaving the Army he lived in Belfast and married Hannah Elizabeth McConnell in 1898. He rejoined the Army and was in 2nd Boer War. His wife and 2 children moved to Liverpool at the time. I am Joseph Draycott's Grandaughter. Hope this has been useful information. Great site you have. Thank you. Mae Dennison.

12/11
Unable to locate "Ellen SMITH; bc1850, Weymouth" in the 1881 census or beyond. 
SMITH, Ellen (I709)
 
187 05/16
Comments: Joseph Smith s/o Charles and Martha H Smith 1881 census was actually their Grandson. His mother was Ellen Smith D/O Charles and Martha. Joseph was born 1870 Hythe Kent and then taken to Dorset. His mother never married the father who is on birth certificate as Joseph Mansfield Draycott. At the age of 17 Joseph joined the Army from Liverpool. On leaving the Army he lived in Belfast and married Hannah Elizabeth McConnell in 1898. He rejoined the Army and was in 2nd Boer War. His wife and 2 children moved to Liverpool at the time. I am Joseph Draycott's Grandaughter. Hope this has been useful information. Great site you have. Thank you. Mae Dennison.

Mae Dennison
 
DRAYCOTT, Joseph Mansfield (I2200)
 
188 05/16
Comments: Joseph Smith s/o Charles and Martha H Smith 1881 census was actually their Grandson. His mother was Ellen Smith D/O Charles and Martha. Joseph was born 1870 Hythe Kent and then taken to Dorset. His mother never married the father who is on birth certificate as Joseph Mansfield Draycott. At the age of 17 Joseph joined the Army from Liverpool. On leaving the Army he lived in Belfast and married Hannah Elizabeth McConnell in 1898. He rejoined the Army and was in 2nd Boer War. His wife and 2 children moved to Liverpool at the time. I am Joseph Draycott's Grandaughter. Hope this has been useful information. Great site you have. Thank you. Mae Dennison. (See Email Sources)

12/11
Unable to locate "Joseph SMITH; bc1872" in the 1891 census or beyond. 
SMITH, Joseph (I715)
 
189 06/05 Graham Turner NAPIER, Thomas (I479)
 
190 06/06
British Isles VRI CD has:
CULLINANE, Emily Julia Bir 1897 Engl Glou Bristo
Fa: John CULLINANE
Mo: Emily
CULLINANE, Emily Julia Christening
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 5 Jun 1897
Christening Date: 4 Jul 1897 Recorded in: Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
Collection: St Philip and St Jacob
Father: John CULLINANE
Mother: Emily
Source: FHL Film 1596781 Dates: 1878 - 1898
 
CULLINANE, Emily Julia (I635)
 
191 06/06
British Isles VRI CD has:
CULLINANE, John Marr 1896 Engl Glou Bristo
Sp: Emily COOK
CULLINANE, John Age: 26 Marriage
Wife: Emily COOK Age: 24
Marriage Date: 24 Aug 1896 Recorded in: Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
Collection: St Matthew Moorfields
Husband's Father: Timothy CULLINANE
Wife's Father: Robert COOK
Source: FHL Film 1595697 Dates: 1895 - 1896
 
Family F116
 
192 06/06
British Isles VRI CD has:
CULLINANE, John Edward Bir 1898 Engl Glou Bristo
Fa: John CULLINANE
Mo: Emily
CULLINANE, John Edward Christening
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 27 Jun 1898
Christening Date: 24 Jul 1898 Recorded in: Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
Collection: St Philip and St Jacob
Father: John CULLINANE
Mother: Emily
Source: FHL Film 1596782 Dates: 1898 - 1899
 
CULLINANE, John Edward (I636)
 
193 06/06
British Isles VRI CD has:
HUDSON, Ellen Wardrobe Christening
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 11 Jan 1863 Recorded in: Edlington, Yorkshire, England
Father: Richard HUDSON
Mother: Ellen Wardrobe
Source: FHL Film 1545695 Dates: 1839 - 1868 
HUDSON, Ellen Wardrobe (I621)
 
194 06/06
British Isles VRI CD has:
HUDSON, Harriet Hannah Christening
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 3 Nov 1867 Recorded in: Edlington, Yorkshire, England
Father: Richard HUDSON
Mother: Ellen Wardrobe
Source: FHL Film 1545695 Dates: 1839 - 1868 
HUDSON, Harriet Hannah (I360)
 
195 06/06
British Isles VRI CD has:
SIMMONS, Ann Christening
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 18 Jan 1800 Recorded in: Upway, Dorset, England
Father: William Simmons
Mother: Martha
Source: FHL Film 1239252 Dates: 1776 - 1804 
SIMONDS, Ann (I616)
 
196 06/06
British Isles VRI CD has:
SIMONDS, George Christening
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 14 Jun 1795 Recorded in: Upway, Dorset, England
Father: William Simonds
Mother: Martha
Source: FHL Film 1239252 Dates: 1776 - 1804 
SIMONDS, George (I615)
 
197 06/06
British Isles VRI CD has:
SIMONDS, James Christening
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 27 Jun 1791 Recorded in: Upway, Dorset, England
Father: William Simonds
Mother: Martha
Source: FHL Film 1239252 Dates: 1776 - 1804 
SIMONDS, James (I617)
 
198 06/06
British Isles VRI CD has:
SIMONDS, John Christening
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 17 Apr 1785 Recorded in: Upway, Dorset, England
Father: William Simonds
Mother: Martha
Source: FHL Film 1239252 Dates: 1776 - 1804 
SIMONDS, John (I620)
 
199 06/06
British Isles VRI CD has:
SIMONDS, Susannah Christening
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 20 May 1793 Recorded in: Upway, Dorset, England
Father: William Simonds
Mother: Martha
Source: FHL Film 1239252 Dates: 1776 - 1804

02/05
1841 Census for Upwey shows:
http://www.dorset-opc.com/1841Upwey.htm

Elwell Street; Thomas; SIMMONDS; 50; Labourer; Yes; HO107/286/18/F6p7
Elwell Street; Betsy; SIMMONDS; 40; ; Yes; HO107/286/18/F6p7
Elwell Street; Jane; SIMMONDS; 25; Drefsm; Yes; HO107/286/18/F6p7
Elwell Street; Ann; SIMMONDS; 20; School Mistrefs; Yes; HO107/286/18/F6p7
Elwell Street; Thomas; SIMMONDS; 15; Carpenter Ap; Yes; HO107/286/18/F6p7

and also

Stotting Way; Hannah; SIMMONS; 35; Shopkeeper; Yes; HO107/286/18/F13p21
Stotting Way; Susanna; SIMMONS; 4; ; Yes; HO107/286/18/F14p22
Stotting Way; Richard; SIMMONS; 2; ; Yes; HO107/286/18/F14p22

Could these be relatives of our Susanna?
 
SIMONDS, Susannah (I324)
 
200 06/06
British Isles VRI CD has:
STANTON, Charles Christening
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 10 Apr 1822 Recorded in: Fleet, Dorset, England
Death Date: 9 May 1822
Father: Jacob STANTON
Mother: Rebecca
Source: FHL Film 1279496 Dates: 1821 - 1824

09/05
Buried with Jacob and Rebecca in Fleet Church Fleet: Gravestone inscription
...
Also
their three children
Henry, Charles and Eliza
who died in their infancy
"Them also which sleep in Jesus will
God bring with him" 
STANTON, Charles (I335)
 

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