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  • Our family history Wiki at Wikispaces is still working at the time of writing, but will be forcibly closed soon, so it is your last chance to visit: http://hayesgreene.wikispaces.com/ http://hayesgreene.wikispaces.com/Stooke_Family -- Keep well, Steve Hayes Blog: http://hayesgreene.wordpress.com Web: http://www.khanya.org.za/famhist1.htm E-mail: shayes@^$1
    Steve Hayes Oct 8, 2014
  • On 24 Jul 2014 at 1:14, helen.esdaile@^$1 [stooke] wrote: > Can anyone help me with some information on Mary Stooke? I've attached a > screen grab of my ancestry page for reference. Here's some of what I have: Family Group Report For: Thomas Stooke (ID= 4572) Date Prepared: 24 Jul 2014 NAME: STOOKE, Thomas, Born Oct 1742 in Ashton, DEV, ENG, Died Dec 1784 at age 42; FATHER: STOOKE...
    Steve Hayes Jul 24, 2014
  • On 13 Jun 2014 at 8:44, Chris Whitehead wrote: > I was in the DRO yesterday & had some time to spare, so looked up some of > Stookes events in Dawlish > > Marriages: > 28th Oct 1771 James Stooke of Dawlish, Woolcomber married Mary Bargeron of > this parish > after banns on 6th,13th & 20th Oct. Thanks very much for this, and for all the other details you sent. > > 18th Jan 1790 John...
    Steve Hayes Jun 13, 2014
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  • This was sent to me on the Devon mailing list this morning. ------- Forwarded message follows ------- From: "Chris Whitehead" To: , Subject: Re: [DEV] STOOKE family in Dawlish Date sent: Fri, 13 Jun 2014 08:44:47 +0100 I was in the DRO yesterday & had some time to spare, so looked up some of Stookes events in Dawlish Marriages: 28th Oct 1771 James Stooke of Dawlish...
    Steve Hayes Jun 13, 2014
  • On 11 Jun 2014 at 2:29, Xpatria40@^$1 [stooke] wrote: > > A. Ashcome / Teignmouth / Dawlish links. ( poss. Hereford and Canada) > > I have a letter in which Mary Anne Farley Stooke b.Ashcombe, mother of > James,Thomas, Charles and Jane (d.Louisa) are > living in Dawlish. > I think poss.James was a priest who became a bishop in Exeter. > > This Mary Anne Farley was listed as...
    Steve Hayes Jun 11, 2014
  • On 7 Jun 2014 at 4:48, Xpatria40@^$1 [stooke] wrote: > I can follow that up now. I am wondering about the Bath connection. Also why > there were so many Stookes in Kidderminster, so early. I have written before > about how I went down Hotwells Road and looked inside the Dowry Sq. hotel. > Now I know it was worth it! It's a quite a beautiful area. Also I have been > to Teignmouth...
    Steve Hayes Jun 7, 2014
  • On 5 Jun 2014 at 21:04, Xpatria40@^$1 [stooke] wrote: > Breakthrough is putting it mildly. This is my missing link. > After I have studied it I think it will confirm that my William's father was > Thomas (the carriage makert ???). All along I have thought he was born in > Shropshire and so logically was Susannah's son. William the elder his father, > was the proprietor of the hotel...
    Steve Hayes Jun 6, 2014
  • On 6 Jun 2014 at 0:56, 'Martin Beavis' beavis.history@^$1 wrote: > 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...
    Steve Hayes Jun 5, 2014
  • On 24 Mar 2014 at 10:16, Martin Beavis wrote: > You may need to replace the spaces with %20 so try > http://www.trusham.com/Census%20data/Census%20menu.htm or just > http://www.trusham.com/ Ok, I managed to find it. I will try to copy the Stooke and related families entries to my database, and see if we can correlate them with the Ashton ones. -- Steve Hayes E-mail: shayes@^$1 Blog...
    Steve Hayes Mar 24, 2014
  • On 23 Mar 2014 at 16:43, beavis.history@^$1 wrote: > 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...
    Steve Hayes Mar 23, 2014