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Please leave a comment in my guestbook to let me know that you've dropped by. If, however, you'd like to send me an email, please feel free to use my contact form - Annie Barnes (website owner).


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Hi - found your website today whilst working on the Fryer's. Very interesting and very thorough research. I am writing because Mary Fryer (1723 - 1786) was my 5th great grandmother, her son Thomas (1772) had a daughter Elizabeth (1791 - Newnham). She married Thomas Ayland (1792 - Arlingham). Thomas Ayland's father was Isaac Ayland (1757 - Arlingham) who was my 4th great grandfather.
Hope this may be of interest to you ?
Gill


Added: January 10, 2013 at 20:12
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Hi... nice website. I have Geakes from Tavistock in my line although the dates are consistently a few years later. Still, I wouldn't be surprised if we're distant cousins somewhere down the line.

Anyway, I just wanted to say hello and that I enjoyed looking through your website...

keith


Added: September 26, 2012 at 20:50
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I have the parents of Hannah Poulston on my tree - Nathaniel Poulston (1773-1850) and Sarah Barton (1775-1811). They had a daughter Hannah in 1803, who is likely to be the one in your tree, though I cannot be sure without the marriage details, which may show her parents.

Added: June 26, 2012 at 11:18
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Hi Annie. I was so excited to hear this morning from my brother about your website. I am really interested in the Hibbitt side of your tree. I never knew my grandfather, great grandfather and grat great grandfather were all called Alfred. Same as my dad. Keep up the good work. Lynda

Added: December 18, 2011 at 13:34
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My family were in Exton, Rutland during the 1700 & 1800's. The male line seemed to take the christian name of John or John William or John William Herbert. Any connection?

Added: October 13, 2011 at 15:30
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An excellent site and beautifully done. The memorials to the Aaron Taysom's I have not seen before.

My branch of the Taysom's possibly is from John Taysom(married to Anne Shelter in 1706 in Arlingham). I believe they then moved to Herefordshire, Staunton on Arrow(I have a full family tree from that date). John's father I believe was also John married to Izabell Dobs in Arlingham in 1689. John and Izabell also had at least two other children Ann b1690 and Alexander b 1688 in Arlingham-possibly Thomas see below.

Aaron (born c1729) (Slimbridge) married to Anne Holder in 1745 in St Michaels, Gloucester I believe are the parents of Aaron (1745-1807).

I have reference to Aaron's(b c1729) father. Aaron (number 3!-number 4 if you include Aaron born to Aaron and Chrity in 1815) married in Slimbridge in 1729. Also reference at that time to Thomas a relative. I am not sure if Thomas is Aaron's father?

Finally was Thomas a brother of my direct ancestor John? Son of John and Izabell Dobs?

I also have reference to Mary Taysom married to Richard Fryer on 13.4.1696 in Arlingham. Her grave stone is in one of your photographs.-sister to John (married to Izabell?).

If anyone can help please get in touch?
Kind regards
Chris Taysom


Added: August 31, 2011 at 14:52
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Hi. my relatives are the Worgan side of your Hibbett family. I was stuck until I came across Edward Powell Worgan who would be my...wait for it....Grt Grt Grt Grnadfather - I think.. Father of Amelia Worgan who married George Bobbett.
What a gret website you have put together, well done.


Added: August 30, 2011 at 15:30
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Yes, this is certainly a beautiful and well-put together website. I love the pictures. My grandfather emigrated from the UK (Gloucester and Hardwicke) to the U.S. in 1901 and my grandmother in 1904. Nice to meet you!

Added: August 3, 2011 at 20:05
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What a great and very helpfull site you have developed . Congratulations .
My mother was a Pitcher from Gisborne in New Zealand. I found the Anne pitcher ( Powell)information on the family tree interesting .
If any one has any information to pass on it would be fantastic .
I seem to be drawing blanks with Laura Helen Pitcher.
regards
Lyn


Added: February 20, 2011 at 23:46
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What a beautiful website & so well put together! My Barrett family originated from Exton Rutland & some of my ancestors married Hibbitts (of/in Exton) i'm not sure at this point if they are any of the Hibbitts in your family history. The photographs you have of Exton are beautiful.

Vanessa :)

Admin reply: Thank you Vanessa for your remarks. I can't take credit for the Exton photos - a distant cousin and family history researcher sent them to me. It looks like a lovely place to visit. Have you seen my Hibbitt transcripts of some of the Exton parish registers under the Resources > Transripts section? There may be something there to help you.


Added: November 15, 2010 at 3:59
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