I noticed some coincidences while browsing Gordon B's 1851 transcript/index:
ANGELL Francis 34 Ag. Lab Norton St. Phillips, Som.
Charlotte 37 Bath
ROSSITER Joseph Lodger 22 Ag. Lab Hemington, Som.
Tryphena Lodger married 24 Hemington, Som.
ANGELL George 67 Ag. Lab Norton St. Phillips, Som.
Elizabeth 69 Norton St. Phillips, Som.
ROSE George Lodger 18 Turnpike Labourer Norton St. Phillips, Som.
William Lodger 16 Turnpike Labourer Norton St. Phillips,
Surprisingly, there are very few ANGEL(L)s in HO107/1932 compared with, say, Trowbridge.
William ANGEL 36 b. NSP is living in SNP with his wife Mary (nee POBJOY) and family. I guess Francis is his brother and Geo and Liz their parents.
Elizabeth POBJOY (nee ROSSITER) b abt 1775 in Laverton and gt-aunt of Mary ANGEL (nee POBJOY) was living in Beckington in 1851.
Samuel NEWPORT married Tryphena POBJOY in 1775: she was buried in Frome Catherine Hill Baptist Burial Ground in 1795, aged 48.
William ROSSITER married Eleanor NEWPORT by licence in 1779: he died in 1798 leaving a PCC will.
Are the two Tryphenas and the families living in each other's houses just chance? Was it just a small world?
Pobjoy website at http://freespace.virgin.net/david.smart6
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