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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 and information

Documents (essays) related to various ancestors or ancestral lines. All in pdf for which acrobat reader is required.

Handley Swing Riot of 1830 (Hiscock line)

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Description of the Swing Riot on Cranborne Chase in 1830.

Origins of the Wareham surname

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I speculate on the origins of the Warehams surname.

A Mendips Poem (Horler line)

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An extract from a poem about the Mendips in Somerset.

The Fonthill (Fonthill Gifford) Election of 1992

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Story of my standing in a Council by-election and subequent family history discoveries (Hiscock).

A Small Matter of Paternal Ancestry

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Small family heritage of the Warehams - Shroton (Dorset) Warminster (Wilts) Poulner Ringwood (Hants

The Battle of Croscombe Cross in Somerset

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The story of the fight to save the village cross in the 19th C & my ancestors (Talbot & Horler).

John Maundrell - Protestant Martyr (1520-1556)

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Horler line - ancestral link to the Marian Martyr from Keevil in Wiltshire.

My grandfather's war story 1940-1946

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Sidney Wareham's war service with the RAF 1940 to 1946

Francis Newport of Baltonsborough in Somerset

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Story of an ancestor's (Talbot line) involvement in the Napoleonic wars in the Peninsula 1808-14.