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Update March 07

Wareham family

Wareham tree

Wareham pics one

Wareham pics two

Wareham pics three

Wareham pics four

Blachford pictures

Blachford pics 2

Dodington pictures

Hiscock family

Hiscock tree

Hiscock pictures

Hiscocks pics two

Hiscock pics three

Hiscocks pics four

Horler family

Horler tree

Horler pictures

Horler pics two

Horler pics three

Horler pics four

Horler pics five

Talbot family

Talbot tree

Talbot pictures

Talbot pics two

Talbot pics three

Interesting lines

Surnames list

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Related documents page 2 the English Civil War

A particular interest of mine is the English Civil War period and on this page are the stories of several branches of my ancestry are their experiences of that conflict.

Dorset Clubmen 1645

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My ancestor Richard Tapper (Wareham line) and the Dorset Clubmen in the Civil War.

Shaftesbury in the English Civil War

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The story of my home town in the civil war and some family connections (Wareham & Hiscock lines).

The Dodingtons of Mere

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The story of the collapse of the Dodingtons of Mere in the 17th century (Wareham line).

My ancestor the stooge?

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Story of Casbert of Ashford Farm Fordingbridge in the Civil War & the trial of Burley (Wareham line)

Dr William Chamberlain of Shaftesbury, Dorset

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Story of ancestor (Wareham line) who was a doctor, poet, mayor and royalist soldier.

A Family Divided by the Civil War

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Blachford and Waterton family in the Civil War (Wareham line)

A parish vicar of North Barrow in Somerset

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My ancestor Thomas Connock who served through the Commonwealth into the Restoration (Talbot line).

A great uncle wounded fighting for the King

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Thomas Jacob of East Pennard in Somerset (Talbot line).

A Supporter of the Grand Remonstrance

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John Rimes of Ditcheat in Somerset in 1642 (Horler line)

The Mendip Miners and the Civil War

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The Dirricks of Ubley in Somerset (Horler line).

John Bull of North Cadbury, Somerset

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The story of royalist soldier John Bull (Talbot line).