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  • Whoops – I’m sorry! That marriage, and, should have been included in my posting of 19 February – a whole paragraph of my draft didn’t get pasted into the final posting. The Stooke-Preece marriage at St Swithen Trinity, Walcot, in the city of Bath is also recorded on FreeCEN, including names of witnesses but with no details of previous marital status, residence, father(s...
    Martin Beavis Jun 5, 2014
  • ...Steve Hayes Sent: Monday, March 24, 2014 6:35 AM To: stooke@^$1 Subject: Re: [stooke] Various Trusham data On 23 Mar 2014 at 16:43, beavis.history@^$2 wrote: > It is evident from the HayStook.pdf and the Hayes tree on TribalPages that the > Stooke family originated from the...
    Martin Beavis Mar 24, 2014
  • It is evident from the HayStook.pdf and the Hayes tree on TribalPages that the Stooke family originated from the parish of Ashton before arriving in the adjacent parish of Trusham, while remaining in Ashton and other nearby parishes. The Trusham Family History webpage has a listing of Trusham baptisms between 1559 and 1703 with a first occurrence of Stooke (Willm, son of John) in...
    beavis.history@... Mar 23, 2014
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  • ...Have no idea where to go to research. There are so many Stookes! Thank you again Best wishes Marilyn On 4 Mar 2014, at 01:33, beavis.history < beavis.history@^$2 > wrote: Hello Marilyn and welcome I'm guessing you are "bodenfamily1" who uploaded the Stooke family tree...
    Martin Beavis Mar 23, 2014
  • Hello Marilyn and welcome I'm guessing you are "bodenfamily1" who uploaded the Stooke family tree on Ancestry, which I discovered while researching the children of the Bristol hotel keeper William Stooke. It seems very well researched with plenty of credible sources - I like that! I googled your pharmacist grandfather Frederick Arthur Stooke in the hope of finding a professional...
    beavis.history Mar 3, 2014
  • 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 the latest in a series of violent storms that have battered and flooded the south west, with more to come. Check out http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-26042990 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-26044323 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news...
    beavis.history Feb 5, 2014
  • Steve - you asked about the Bristol hotel keeper, William Stooke. This will not answer your question, but join me on a pub crawl at http://bristolslostpubs.eu/page94.html This William evidently ran the inn with his wife Susan from 1825 until his death sometime between 1841 and 1851, when he was succeeded by his son William who remained there, presumably until his death some time...
    beavis.history Jan 29, 2014
  • Hello Steve and others By coincidence I have been looking into the lives of the Stooke timber merchants of Kingskerswell and the Stooke master mariners of West Teignmouth - they have some fascinating stories that I will write up for the Yahoo group - disputed wills, bankruptcies, cruelty and adultery, scandalous behaviour, divorces, shipwrecks, heroism and disgrace, emigration...
    beavis.history Jan 29, 2014
  • Hello - I'm the new member, Martin Beavis, and I'm researching the Beavis family of Devonshire, with Stooke connections at Bovey Tracey, Lustleigh and Topsham. My 2xg-grandparents were John Beavis (born Aylesbeare 1830) and Louisa Stooke (born Clyst St George 1836) who raised a family in Topsham, including one son Joseph Stook Beavis (born 1864) with whom they lost contact and whom...
    Beavis Family History May 5, 2013