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Re: Descendant of William Stooke, York House, Clifton, Bristol Hello Marilyn and welcome I'm guessing you are "bodenfamily1" who uploaded the Stooke family tree on Ancestry, which I discovered while researching the
Re: Descendant of William Stooke, York House, Clifton, Bristol ... Welcome! It's good to have you with us. ... I have Frederick Arthur Stooke in my records, but no descendants, so that is interesting information that I, at
Descendant of William Stooke, York House, Clifton, Bristol Hello everyone, IÆm the latest member to join your group, researching the Stooke family history. IÆm Marilyn Boden, nee Stooke, and have traced my ancestors
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Re: The Stookes from Milverton, Bristol and Stamford Hi Steve The Stookes at Halse in Somerset are "my" Stookes - they are also listed at Milverton - which is the next village over. and I have just discovered
Re: The Stookes from Milverton, Bristol and Stamford ... Yes, and I've also noticed some from Wiveliscombe, which seems to be nearby, and are probably related to the Milverton and Halse ones. The Chaffcombe ones
Re: The Stookes from Milverton, Bristol and Stamford Steve Milverton and Halse are adjacent parishes a few miles north-west of Taunton so we’d expect mobility and intermarriage between them, as you may have
Re: Charles WilliamStooke et al ... Thanks very much for that -- I had him in my records, but did not have him among the children of William and Susan(na). I had also looked in vain for
Re: By hooke or by stooke, and PC gremlins Welcome back online – fingers crossed and all that. A couple of things I should have added. Firstly, having done a wildcard search, obviously look at the
Re: By hooke or by stooke ... Thanks very much for those useful hints. Unfortunately, since my Internet access was restored earlier today, it seems that Firefox has gone kaput, and in
Re: Stooke-Wheeler links RE: "In my records I have William Henry Stooke marrying Hannah Maria Wheeler, and some of the children seem to have changed the surname to Wheeler. Do you know
Internet access problems I'm just writing to let friends and correspondents know that we have been having phone problems for the last couple of weeks. If you send an e-mail and do not
Re: Charles WilliamStooke et al ... I have him, 5 sons and several descendants. Will send to Kathy off list iff requested, and will upload to the web site as soon as I phone line is repaired
Re: Charles WilliamStooke et al Hellio Martin, Thank you for the research and information. It is interesting that the three brothers were all accountants. My father was an accountant as
Re: Stooke family of Dawlish ... Repeating that, just to remind everyone about it. Now to Bristol, where there was a William Stooke who married a Susanna, according to the 1841 census.
Re: Stooke-Wheeler links ... Yes, there are a bunch of Stooke families from Bristol looking for connections, and that is one of them! ... In my records I have William Henry Stooke
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Re: The Stookes from Milverton, Bristol and Stamford [4 Attachments] ... Thanks very much for that. I've just managed to collect a lot of information on my Somerset Stooke family -- they were from Ashton in Devon, and settled at
By hooke or by stooke Something I'd like to share with you. I guess we've all had problems, especially on Ancestry, with (mis)transcriptions of STOOKE as STOOK, STOOKS, STOCK,
Charles WilliamStooke et al Hello Kathy and welcome! Thank you for telling us about your Bristol-born Charles William Stooke who we had not previously encountered but a little research
The Stookes from Milverton, Bristol and Stamford Good Morning! My name is Camilla Brandal and my granny was a Stooke so I have a whole new branch of the Stookes for you from Milverton in Somerset which goes
Re: Stooke-Beavis links I have traced my Stooke links to: Charles William Stooke1 was born on 1 October 1815 in Clifton, Gloucester, England. Charles died in 1897 in London, England.
Re: Stooke-Beavis links ... I've been having internet connection problems (still waiting for phone line to be relaired after a week), but also my mail reader seems to insist on
Re: Stooke-Beavis links Hi Steve – thanks – very quick reply. Sounds like you have computer problems like me too. Something our rural forebears didn't have to worry about - no
Stooke-Beavis links ... It didn't take me long to find that Anne Stooke married James Hicks and William Beavis married Sarah Chick. Apparently at St Bartholomewe, Crewkerne. --
Re: Stooke of Bovey Tracey, Lustleigh, Clyst St George and Topsham ... Hi Martin, this introductory message seems to have got lost on my computer, so I'm only replying to it now. ... I don't seem to have much on that branch of
Re: William Stooke - Hotel keeper of Bristol ... Thanks very much for that. I have looked at the site, and was puzzled by the fact that there were two Thomas Stookes in Bristol, one a pub keeper and the
Re: Whoops! ... And a whoops from me, too. I just discovered this in my spam folder, not sure why. Anyway, I've moved them to the right place and will read/reply shortly.
Re: STOOKE family in Dorset On Wed, 5 Feb 2014 20:51:43 -0000, "Steven Gibbs" ... I tried to follow this one up a bit more. He was indeed in the 1861 census (mistranscribed in the
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Dawlish today! Just a quick message, Steve We woke this morning, in our hemisphere, to live TV of a BBC war reporter deployed to Dawlish to cover the devastation caused by
Stooke family of Chaffcombe, Somerset Thanks to the help of Robin Jarvis, I have been able to confirm a link between the Stooke family of Chaffcombe, Somerset, and the Stookes of Ashton, Devon. I
Re: William Stooke - Hotel keeper of Bristol ... This family has some interesting descendants. Charles Albert Stooke married Clara Beresford, and their son, George Beresford Stooke, was at one time
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