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PIDGEONs of Stockland, Dorset (now Devon)


Stockland is a small village in the Blackdown Hills of south-east Devon, England.  Three miles south-west of it lies Cotleigh, another small village where John Pidgeon and Mary Sansome were married in 1793. John was boprn at Awliscombe, the son of John Pidgeon and Mary Clapp - see the Pidgeons of Awliscombe family tree.

All the children and many of the grandchildren of John and Mary were born in Stockland.  However, their eldest son James crossed the county border into Dorset to marry Hannah Rowe in the village of Wootton Fitzpaine.  Some of his descendants remain to this day in the Lyme Regis corner of Dorset, although others have crossed back into Devon and reside in or near Axminster.

Some of the descendants of John and Mary have moved further afield to places such as Hampshire, Kent, Birmingham and even Australia.  However most still continue to live in the Devon and Dorset area (and a few over the border in Somerset) in many of the smaller towns and villages.  To simplify the information on the tree below, the county name is not indicated for these places, so the following key may be helpful.  It shows which county the various villages belong to.  It also lists the registration districts, which are used on the tree when the village is unknown.  For example, most of the Dorset villages on the tree are in the Bridport district, so if information comes from a registration of a birth or death it will be shown as Bridport.  To complicate matters, Lyme Regis is in the Axminster district.

Henry Pidgeon, the younger son of Isaac and Maria Spiller emigrated to Australia when he was 26.  He met and married there Sara Bishop, another immigrant from Cambridgeshire.  After about 5 years in Tiaro, Queensland, (120 miles north of Brisbane, near Maryborough) they settled about 40 miles north of Maryborough in Bundaberg and many of their descendants remained in this area, although some moved further north to Cairns and others south to New South Wales.  Again for convenience, the following table also lists relevant places in Queensland and the Australian section of the tree is coloured green.

Main contributor:  Basil Pidgeon.  Additional contributions from Barbara Grant, Michaela Demkiw and David Oswald

Notes:    ab. = about,  b. = born,  bp. = baptised,  bu. = buried,  d. = died,  m. = married,  (+) = extramarital relationship.

Devon (Dev)

Awliscombe

Ax = Axminster

Axmouth

Barnstaple (N Devon)

Bideford (N Devon)

Colyton

Combpyne

Cotleigh

Cullompton

Devonport (SW Devon)

Dunkeswell

East Budleigh

Feniton

Honiton

Ilfracombe (N Devon)

Kilmington

Luppitt

Ottery St Mary

Sidbury

Stockland

Torrington (N Devon)

Uplyme

Devon (continued)

Upottery

Wembleworthy (Mid Devon)

Widworthy

Yarcombe

 

 

Dorset (Dor)

Bridport

Charmouth

Lyme Regis

Penn Inn

Symondsbury

WF = Wootton Fitzpaine

WCan = Whitchurch Canonicorum

 

 

Somerset (Som)

Chard

Lopen

Wambrook

Whitestaunton (was Devon)

Yeovil

Registration Districts

Axminster, Devon

Barnstaple, Devon

Bideford, Devon

Bridport, Dorset

Chard, Somerset

Crediton, Dev. (later Devon Central)

Devonport (Plymouth), Devon

Exeter, Devon

Honiton, Devon

St Thomas (Exeter), Devon

Tiverton

 

 

Queensland, Australia (Qld)

Brisbane

Bundaberg

Childers

Fairymead

Gladstone

Maryborough

Mackay

Tiaro


John PIDGEON (bp.19/4/1767, Awliscombe – d.)        [see the Pidgeons of Awliscombe family tree]

    m. (15/1/1793, Cotleigh) Mary SANSOME (b.ab.1773 – bu.16/4/1833, 60y, Stockland)

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     |– John PIDGEON (bp.26/5/1793, Stockland – d?1855, 62y, Ax) Blacksmith

     |      m. (21/1/1823, WF) Hannah ROWE (bp.29/6/1800, WF – bu.23/6/1882, 82y, Ax)

     |       |    1841:  at Penn Inn, WCan – John & Hannah;  James, Harriet, Mary, Elijah, Elizabeth, Hannah, Emanuel

     |       |    1851:  at Furzley Cross, Axminster – John & Hannah;  Mary, Elizabeth, Hannah, Emanuel, Sarah

     |       |    1861:  at Furzley Lane, Axminster – Hannah (wid);  Anna (6, g.dau)

     |       |    1881:  at Musbury Rd, Axminster – Hannah;  Elizabeth (11, g.dau)

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     |       |– James PIDGEON (bp.25/5/1823, WF – bu.17/6/1909, 86y, Ax) Blacksmith

     |       |      m. (17/8/1852, Ax) Elizabeth SPRAKE (b.ab.1827  – d.1874, 47y, Ax)

     |       |       |    1851:  at WCan – James (alone, next door to Jonah PIDGEON of Thorncombe at Pen Inn)

     |       |       |    1861:  at Pen House, WCan – James & Elizabeth;  Tom, Ellen, Emma, James + John MILLER(bdr)

     |       |       |    1871:  at South St, Ax – James & Elizabeth; Tom, Ellen, Emma, James, Elizabeth, Walter

     |       |       |    1881:  at South St, Ax – James (wid); Tom, James, Elizabeth, Walter

     |       |       |    1891:  at South St, Ax – James (fath-law) with John & Elizabeth EVELEIGH

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     |       |       |– Tom PIDGEON (b.1853, Penn Inn, Charmouth – d.1921, 67y, Ax) Blacksmith, Gardener

     |       |       |      m.(21/10/1884, Honiton) Eliza Frances GEAR (b.ab.1855, Wambrook – d.1905, 50y, Ax)

     |       |       |       |    1891:  at Church St, Ax – Tom & Frances;  Elizabeth F, Alice M

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at Musbury Rd, Ax – Tom & Frances E;  Elizabeth F, Alice M

     |       |       |       |               at Waterloo Cottage, Ax – Frances (dau, sick nurse) with Susan GEAR (82)

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     |       |       |       |– Elizabeth Frances PIDGEON (b.1885, Axmouth – d.1947, 82y, Honiton)

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     |       |       |      └  Alice Mary Frances PIDGEON (b.7/4/1888, Ax – d.1967, 79y, Honiton)

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     |       |       |– Ellen PIDGEON (b.ab.1856, Charmouth – d.30/10/1900, Honiton)

     |       |       |      m.(28/7/1878, Ax) James NEAL (b.23/11/1855, Symondsbury – d.) Cab Driver

     |       |       |       |    1881:  at Queen St, Honiton – James & Ellen;  William J

     |       |       |       |    1891:  at Queen St, Honiton – James & Ellen;  William J, Reginald E, Mabel E, Albert W

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at Queen St, Honiton – James (wid);  Reginald, Mabel, Bertie, Lily, Frederick

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     |       |       |       |– William James NEAL (b.13/10/1879, Honiton – d.12/12/1962, 83y, Tunbridge Wells, Sussex)

     |       |       |       |       :                                                                                                                             Carpenter

     |       |       |       |      m.(22/7/1900, Honiton) Lilian VIRGIN (b.ab.1878, Honiton – d.29/7/1960, Honiton)

     |       |       |       |       |    1901:  at New St, Honiton – William & Lilian

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     |       |       |       |                                        ΰ  Barbara  GRANT                                                       TOP

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     |       |       |       |– Reginald George NEAL (b.1/7/1882, Honiton – d.) Gardener

     |       |       |       |– Mabel Ellen NEAL (b.31/12/1884, Honiton – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Albert Walter NEAL (b.17/9/1888, Honiton – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Lily NEAL (b.ab.1892, Honiton – d.)

     |       |       |      └  Frederick NEAL (b.ab.1895, Honiton – d.)

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     |       |       |– Emma PIDGEON (b.1857, Penn Inn, Charmouth – d.)

     |       |       |      m.(20/6/1880, Ax) George William Edward COLE (b.ab.1852, Birmingham – d.) Baker

     |       |       |       |    1881:  at Dowell St, Honiton – William Edward & Emma

     |       |       |       |    1891:  at Fort Veen Terrace, Stonehouse, Gloucs – Edward & Emma;  Albert, Ernest

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     |       |       |       |– Albert COLE (b.ab.1892, Ax – d.)

     |       |       |      └  Ernest COLE (b.ab.1895, Ax – d.)

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     |       |       |– James PIDGEON (b.1859, Penn Inn, Charmouth – d.1920, 60y, Devonport) Carpenter & Joiner

     |       |       |      m.(1899, Devonport) Frances NORRIS (b.ab.1859, Tasmania – d.1922, 62y, Devonport)

     |       |       |            1901:  at 35 Charlotte St, Devonport – James & Frances

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     |       |       |– Elizabeth PIDGEON (b.1861, Penn Inn, Charmouth – d.)

     |       |       |      m.(20/10/1889, Ax) John EVELEIGH (b.ab.1862, Ax – d.) Machine Carpenter

     |       |       |       |    1891:  at South St, Ax – John & Elizabeth + James PIDGEON (fath-law)

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at South St, Ax – John & Elizabeth; Mabel, Percy, Ida + 2 boarders

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     |       |       |       |– Flossie Elizabeth EVELEIGH (bp.9/2/1892 – d.1892, 0y, Axminster)

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     |       |       |       |– Mabel Lilian EVELEIGH (bp.16/9/1894, Ax – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m.(2/11/1913, Ax) Walter Leslie GOAD (b.ab.1888 – d.) Iron Moulder

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     |       |       |       |– Percy James EVELEIGH (bp.8/12/1897, Ax – d.) Hairdresser

     |       |       |       |      m.(26/12/1925, Ax) Margaret HARRISON (b.ab.1899 – d.)

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     |       |       |       |– Ida May EVELEIGH (bp.9/7/1899, Ax – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m.(22/7/1923, Ax) Sydney George Robert SLOMAN (b.ab.1898 – d.) Carter

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     |       |       |      └  Elsie Kathleen EVELEIGH (bp.4/8/1901 – d.1902, 0y, Axminster)

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     |       |       |– Edwin PIDGEON (b.1863, ‘Bridport’ – d.3/5/1864, 10m, Axminster)

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     |       |      └  Walter PIDGEON (bp.10/9/1865, Ax – d.)

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     |       |– William PIDGEON (b.11/2/1825, WF – ?d.1875, 50y, Ax) Ag Lab

     |       |      m. (20/7/1848, Bridport) Ann KNIGHT (b.16/7/1828, WCan  – d.1904, 76y, Bridport)

     |       |       |    1851:  at WCan – William & Ann;  George

     |       |       |    1861:  at Axminster Rd, Charmoth – William & Ann;  Eliza, Emma, Mary Jane, Ellen, Emily

     |       |       |    1871:  at Charmouth – William & Ann;  Ann E, Emily, Susan, Amelia, Henry W, Richard

     |       |       |    1881:  at Old Lyme Rd, Charmouth – Ann (wid);  William, Richard  + William FOWLER (lodger)

     |       |       |    1891:  at Old Lyme Rd, Charmouth – Ann (wid);  Richard(+) James GORDGE, William BARNES

     |       |       |    1901:  at Old Lyme Rd, Charmouth – Ann (wid, 5 doors from George & Georgina)             (lodgers)

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     |       |       |– George PIDGEON (b.1/12/1848, Charmouth – d.1922, 73y, Bridport) Ag Lab

     |       |       |       :    1861:  at Sister Hood, Ax – George (servt to Thomas MATTHEWS, farmer)

     |       |       |       :    1871:  at Charmouth – George (servt to Capt. Henry Grant, RN, retd)

     |       |       |      m.(1872, Ax) Georgina HEMENS (b.ab.1845, Hutton, Som – d.1928, 81y, Bridport) Laundress

     |       |       |       |    1881:  at Axminster Rd, Charmouth – George & Georgina;  Kate Georgina, Henry, Ida

     |       |       |       |    1891:  at Old Lyme Rd, Charmouth – George & Georgina;  Ida, William, Arthur, Annie,

     |       |       |       |                                                                                                                      Gertrude, Georgina

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at Old Lyme Rd, Charmouth – George & Georgina;  Gertrude, Georgina

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     |       |       |       |– George William PIDGEON (b.22/1/1873, Charmouth – d?1877, “6y”, Axminster)

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     |       |       |       |– Kate Emily PIDGEON (b.1876, Charmouth – d.) Dom. Cook

     |       |       |       |       :    1901:  at Barnes, Surrey – Kate (servant) with…

     |       |       |       |      m.(1906, Bridport) ? ? (b. – d.)

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     |       |       |       |– Henry William PIDGEON (b.1878, Charmouth – d.1956, 77y, Bridport) Farm Cattleman

     |       |       |       |            1901:  at Bowshot Farm, WF – Harry (servant) witt John DARE (farmer) & family

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     |       |       |       |– Ida PIDGEON (b.1880, Charmouth – d.) Dom. Servant

     |       |       |       |       :    1901:  at Romsey Infrs, Hants – Ida (servant) with…

     |       |       |       |      m.(1907, Romsey, Hants) Herbert ROGERS or Walter Henry TONGS

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     |       |       |       |– William PIDGEON (b.1882, Charmouth – d.)

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     |       |       |       |– Arthur PIDGEON (b.29/10/1883, Charmouth – d.1969, 85, Birmingham)

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     |       |       |       |– Annie PIDGEON (b.24/10/1884, Charmouth – d.1972, 87y, Bridport) Dom. Servant

     |       |       |       |            1901:  at Charmouth St Post Office, Charmouth – Annie (servt) with William HOLLY & family

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     |       |       |       |– Gertrude PIDGEON (b.1886, Charmouth – d.1903, 16y, Bridport) Dom. Nurse

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     |       |       |      └  Georgina PIDGEON (b.1889, Charmouth – d.)

     |       |       |              m.(1927, Bridport) Henry B HALLETT (b. – d.)

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     |       |       |– Ann Eliza PIDGEON (b.28/8/1851, Charmouth – d.)

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     |       |       |– Emma PIDGEON (b.10/6/1853, Ax – d.)

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     |       |       |– Mary Jane PIDGEON (b.12/11/1855, Ax – d.)

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     |       |       |– Ellen PIDGEON (b.7/5/1858, Lyme Regis – d.)

     |       |       |       m.(1880, Bridport) John BILES (b.ab.1856, Piddlehinton, Dorset – d.) Gardener

     |       |       |       |  1881: at South St, Bridport – John & Ellen; William J

     |       |       |       |  1901: at St Mary, Southampton – John & Ellen;  William, Lily, Fred, Daisy

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     |       |       |       |– William J BILES (b.1881, Bridport – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Lily BILES (b.ab.1883, Tollar, Dorset – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Fred BILES (b.ab.1887, Boldre, Hants – d.)

     |       |       |      └  Daisy BILES (b.ab.1890, Brockenhurst, Hants – d.)

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     |       |       |– Emily PIDGEON (b.22/7/1860, Ax – d.)

     |       |       |            1881:  at 21 Seymour St, St Marylebone, London – Emily, Susan PIDGEON with Charles E

     |       |       |                                                                                                                  SAUNDERS (doctor) & family

     |       |       |– Susan PIDGEON (b.28/11/1862, Ax – d.) Dressmaker

     |       |       |       :    1881:  at 21 Seymour St, St Marylebone, London – Emily, Susan PIDGEON with Charles E

     |       |       |       :                                                                                                          SAUNDERS (doctor) & family

     |       |       |      m.(1886, Ax) Henry Robert JEFFERD (b.1856, Ax – d.) Tailor

     |       |       |       |    1891:  at Butter Market, Lyme Regis – Henry Robert & Susan;  Grace, Henry, Frederick

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at Horse St, Lyme Regis – Susan (wid);  Grace, Henry, Frederick, Bertram

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     |       |       |       |– Emily Grace JEFFERD (b.1887, Lyme Regis – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Henry Edmond P JEFFERD (b.1889, Lyme Regis – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Frederick George JEFFERD (b.1890, Lyme Regis – d.)

     |       |       |      └  Bertram JEFFERD (b.1895, Lyme Regis – d.)

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     |       |       |– Amelia Julia PIDGEON (b.28/5/1865, Ax – d?1954, 88y, Rugby, Warwicks) Lady’s Maid

     |       |       |            1891:  at Blithfield Hall, Staffs – Emily (servt/visitor)

     |       |       |            1901:  at 51 High St, Rhyl, Flint – Amelia (visitor)

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     |       |       |– William Henry PIDGEON (b.24/12/1868, Charmouth – d.1935, 67y, Ax) Miller, Mason’s Labourer

     |       |       |      m.(1885, Ax) Elizabeth MITCHELL (b.20/4/1866, Combpyne – d.1/10/1931, 65y, Lyme Regis)

     |       |       |       |    1891:  at Horse St, Lyme Regis – William & Bessie;  Bessie, Ada

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at Horse St, Lyme Regis – William H & Elizabeth; Emily E, Ada M, William H, Winifred E

     |       |       |       |    1931:  at 19 Combe St, Lyme Regis – Elizabeth died

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     |       |       |       |– Emily Elizabeth PIDGEON (b.31/8/1886, Lyme Regis – d.19/7/1923, 37y, Lyme Regis)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1905, Ax) Charles William John RICE (b. – d.) Builder’s Mason

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     |       |       |       |      └  George RICE (b.)

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     |       |       |       |– Ada Maude PIDGEON (b.10/12/1890, Lyme Regis – d.2/1947, 56y)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1913, Ax) Jim R HOMYER (b. – d.)

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     |       |       |       |      └  Victor James HOMYER (b.29/8/1919 – d.31/8/2002, 83y, Lyme Regis)

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     |       |       |       |– William Henry PIDGEON (b.11/11/1892, Lyme Regis – d.11/1/1944, 52y, Lyme Regis) Lab.

     |       |       |       |      m.(1917, Ax) Edith L SELLEY (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |       |    1944:  William d. at 17 Mill Green, Lyme Regis

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     |       |       |       |      └  Vivian Amy PIDGEON (b.14/8/1920, Ax – d.1993, 73y, Honiton)

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     |       |       |       |– Eliza Winifred PIDGEON (b.4/7/1899, Lyme Regis – d.9/1994, 95y)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1921, Nottingham) Tom McCORMICK (b. – d.)

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     |       |       |       |       |–  Leonard McCORMICK (b.1922 – d.1998)

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     |       |       |       |– Nellie Ann PIDGEON (b.31/12/1901, Lyme Regis – d.22/10/1978, 77y)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1924, Ax) Albert E COX (b. – d.)

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     |       |       |       |                                    ΰ  Micheala DEMKIW                                                     TOP

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     |       |       |      └  Millie PIDGEON (b.27/8/1904 – d.1986, 82y)

     |       |       |              m.(1931, Ax) Cecil G WEEKS (b. – d.)

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     |       |      └  Richard Henry PIDGEON (b.7/3/1871, Ax – d?1943, 72y, Bridport) Miller Roller Flour Maker

     |       |              m.(1897, Ax) Florence Emily NEWBERY (b.ab.1876 – d.1950, 74y, Bridport)

     |       |               |  1901:  at Gt Bardfield, Essex – Richard & Florence;  Florence, Hilda

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     |       |               |– Florence Amelia N PIDGEON (b.1898, Lyme Regis – d.)

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     |       |               |– Hilda Beatrice PIDGEON (b.3/6/1899, Gt Bardfield, Essex – d.1989, 89y, Honiton)

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     |       |               |– Richard Enos PIDGEON (b.25/6/1901, Gt Bardfield, Essex – d.1990, 88y, Deben, Suffolk)

     |       |               |      m.(1926, Stepney) Emily Frances DUNNETT (b.9/7/1901 – d.1997, 96y, Deben, Suffolk)

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     |       |               |– Bessie Rose PIDGEON (b.29/8/1902, Gt Bardfield, Essex – d.1993, 91y, Bridport)

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     |       |               |– Nellie PIDGEON (b.26/11/1903, Gt Bardfield, Essex – d?1976, 74, S.Glamorgan)

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     |       |               |– Ethel Jane PIDGEON (b.16/1/1909, Gt Bardfield, Essex – d.2/2003, 94y, Bexley)

     |       |               |      m.(1938, Essex SW) Frederick S PERDAUX (b. – d.)

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     |       |              └  Mabel E PIDGEON (b.13/11/1911, Gt Bardfield, Essex – d.1982, 70y, Bridport)

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     |       |– John PIDGEON (bp.19/11/1826, WF –d?1899, 71y, Ax) Milkman, etc

     |       |       :    1851:  at Wyke Tything, Ax – John, servant (carter) to Robert GILL and family

     |       |      m. (15/4/1857, Ax) Jane (Woodward) DENHAM (b.ab.1832, Ax  – d?1886, 55y, Ax)

     |       |            1861:  at South St, Ax – John & Jane W (ag lab) + Elijah (bro)

     |       |            1871:  at South St, Ax – John & Jane W (grocer & milkman)

     |       |            1881:  at Pursbrook, Ax – John & Jane W (dairy farmer & milk seller)

     |       |            1891:  at Penny’s Terrace, Ax – John (wid, retired farmer)

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     |       |– Harriett PIDGEON (bp.23/11/1828, WF – d.1899, 70y, Uplyme)

     |       |       :    1851:  at Holcombe Farm, Uplyme – Harriet, servant to William CLARKE and family

     |       |      m. (1/11/1855, Uplyme) Robert AUSTIN (b.ab.1833, Uplyme  – d.1906, 73y, Uplyme) Ag Lab, Shepherd

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     |       |       |    1861:  at Gaitch’s Cottage No.1, Uplyme – Robert & Harriet;  Caleb, John Charles, Elizabeth

     |       |       |    1881:  at Whitland’s Cottage No.1, Axmouth – Robert & Harriet;  William, George

     |       |       |    1891:  at Whitland’s Cottage, Axmouth – Robert & Harriet;  George

     |       |       |    1901:  at Whitland’s Cottage, Axmouth – Robert (wid);  George & Bessie;  Henry

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Caleb AUSTIN (bp.24/8/1856, Uplyme  – d.) Domestic Gardener

     |       |       |      m.(1899, Bridport) Maria DRAKE (b.ab.1864, Sidbury –d.)

     |       |       |            1881:  at Ellman Cottage, New Road, Ealing, Middx – Caleb (boarder) with Henry MEARS & family

     |       |       |            1901:  at Lyme Regis – ‘Cabet’ (44) & Maria (37)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– John Charles AUSTIN (bp.25/7/1858, Uplyme  – d?1866, 7y, Ax)

     |       |       |– Elizabeth Anne AUSTIN (bp.21/10/1860, Uplyme  – d?1866, 5y, Ax)

     |       |       |– William AUSTIN (b.ab.1867, Axmouth  – d.)

     |       |      └  George AUSTIN (b.1869, Axmouth  – d.)

     |       |              m.(1898, Ax) Bessie Adams BAGWELL (b.ab.1870, Broadway, Som – d.)

     |       |               |    1901:  at Axmouth – George & Bessie;  Henry (with father, Robert)

     |       |               |

     |       |              └  Henry AUSTIN (b.ab.1899, Axmouth  – d.)

     |       |

     |       |– Mary PIDGEON (bp.31/10/1830, WF – d.)

     |       |

     |       |– Elijah PIDGEON (bp.25/12/1832, WF – bu.20/11/1905, 72y, Ax) Wine & Spirit Merchant’s Labourer

     |       |       :    1851:  at Charmouth St, Charmouth – Elijah (blacksmith), servant to Benjamin DIMENT, (blacksmith)

     |       |       :    1861:  at South St, Ax – Elijah (bro, ag lab) with John & Jane W                                              & family

     |       |      m. (17/4/1864, Ax) Eliza Ann MULLINS (b.ab.1841, Ax  – d.1911, 70y, Ax)

     |       |       |    1871:  at Castle St, Ax – Elijah (as above) & Eliza Ann;  Alice M, George, Elizth

     |       |       |    1881:  at Castle St, Ax – Elijah (as above) & Eliza A;  John W, Walter, Sarah A

     |       |       |    1901:  at Castle St. Ax – Elijah (gardener) & Eliza A(+) Charles H CHALLICE (visitor)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Julia Ann PIDGEON (bp.28/7/1865, Ax – bu.2/9/1865, 3m, Axminster)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Alice Mary PIDGEON (bp.12/8/1866, Ax – d.1927, )

     |       |       |       :    1881: at Charmouth St, Charmouth – Alice Mary (servant) with Martha PINNEY & family

     |       |       |      m.(1893, Ax) Alfred William M PEACH (b.ab.1865, Colyton – d.1939, 73y, Honiton)

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at 2 Woodbine Place, Seaton – AWM & AM;  EG, WHM, AC, VWA

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Elijah George PEACH (b.1893, Seaton – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m,(1919, Ax) Lily COLLIER (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |– William Henry M PEACH (b.1897, Seaton – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m,(1927, Ax) Kathleen M SEDGMEN (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Alfred Charles PEACH (b.1899, Seaton – d.1923, 24y, Ax)

     |       |       |      └  Vida Winefred A PEACH (b.1900, Seaton – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– George PIDGEON (bp.10/11/1867, Axminster – d.1949, 82y, Bromsgrove) Traffic Foreman

     |       |       |       :    1881:  at Trinity Sq., Axminster – George (errand boy) with Henry BADCOCK (baker & confectioner)

     |       |       |       :    1891:  at Mill St, Ottery St Mary – George (lodger with William RICHARDS & family)

     |       |       |      m.(1895, Bromsgrove) Louisa HEDGES (b.ab.1872, Bromsgrove – d.1932, 60y, Bromsgrove)

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at Wellington Rd, Stoke Prior, Worcs – George & Louisa; Dorothy M, Lucy L

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Dorothy May PIDGEON (b.1896, Bromsgrove – d.

     |       |       |       |      m.(1958, Bromsgrove) George H WHEWELL (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Lucy Lilian PIDGEON (b.1898, Bromsgrove – d.1950, 52y, Bromsgrove)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Albert Edward PIDGEON (b.6/6/1901, Bromsgrove – d.1979, 77y, Bromsgrove)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1931, Alcester) Elsie Elizabeth LAWRENCE (b.2/11/1900 – d.1988, 87y, Bromsgrove)

     |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– George Ernest PIDGEON (b.1903, Bromsgrove – d.1965, 62y, Bromsgrove)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |      └  Beatrice Ruth PIDGEON (b.1907, Bromsgrove – d.1909, 1y, Bromsgrove)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Elizabeth PIDGEON (b.1869, bp.15/4/1870, Ax – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Louisa PIDGEON (bp.3/10/1874 – bu.7/10/1874, 2w, Axminster)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– John William PIDGEON (b.31/1/1872, Ax – d.1939, 66y, Chard) Hotel Busman

     |       |       |      m?(1896, Chard) Emily Jane STOODLEIGH (b.ab.1874, Chard – d.1962, 87y, Chard) Lace Mender

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at Chard, Som – John & Emily;  William, Annie, Walter

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– William John PIDGEON (b.1896, Chard – d.1978, 82y, Yeovil)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Annie PIDGEON (b.1898, Chard – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1921, Chard) William A GAGE (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |      └  Walter George PIDGEON (b.1899, Chard – d.1969, 69y, Chard)

     |       |       |              m.(1925, Chard) Violet MINSON (b.16/11/1898 – d.1979, 80y, Yeovil)

     |       |       |               |

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Emma PIDGEON (b.29/11/1876 – bu.22/2/1878, 15m, Axminster)

     |       |       |[twins]

     |       |       |– Walter PIDGEON (b.29/11/1876, Ax – d?1959, 81y, Winchester, Hants)

     |       |       |       :    1891:  at Beaconsfield, Christchurch, Hants – Walter (Servt to William C TYTHERLEIGH)

     |       |       |       :    1901:  at Bournemouth, Dorset – Walter (Tobacconist Shop Assistant)

     |       |       |      m?(1904, Portsmouth, Hants) Sarah Jane BURT (b.ab.1881 – d.1904, 23y, Portsmouth)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Ellen (Amelia) PIDGEON (bp.13/7/1878 – bu.20/7/1879, 11m, Axminster)

     |       |       |

     |       |      └  Sarah Annie PIDGEON (bp.2/11/1879, Ax – d.)

     |       |               :    1901:  at South St, Ax – Sarah A (servt to John HELLIER, High Bailiff, County Court)

     |       |              m.(3/7/1912, Kilmington) William James GATER (b.ab.1885 – d.) Butcher

     |       |

     |       |– Elizabeth PIDGEON (bp.6/3/1836, WF – ?d.1867, 31y, Ax)

     |       |

     |       |– Hannah PIDGEON (bp.9/12/1838, WF – ?d.1873, 37y, Ax)

     |       |

     |       |– Emanuel PIDGEON (bp.9/2/1840, WF – ?d.1899, 63y, Honiton) Gen. Labourer

     |       |            1881:  at White Lion Inn, High St, Honiton – Emmanuel (lodger)

     |       |

     |       └  Sarah PIDGEON (bp.15/8/1841, WF – bu.22/8/1911, 70y, Ax)

     |

     |– James PIGEON (bp.28/2/1796, Stockland – d?1857, Broadwindsor) Dairyman

     |      m.() Amelia CARTER (b.ab.1803 – d.1856, Broadwindsor)

     |       |    1841:  at Wambrook,Chard – James & Amelia;  William, Eleazor, Elizabeth, John, Reuben, Mary, Sarah

     |       |    1851:  at Combelake, Broadwindsor – James & Amelia;  John, Mary, Sarah, Amelia

     |       |

     |       |– William Carter PIDGEON (bp.9/7/1826, Chard – d.) Shoe Maker, Fruit Grower

     |       |      m.(ab.1850, Geurnsey?) Ellen STILES (b.ab.1830, Swanage, Dor – d.)

     |       |       |    1851: at 3 Long Stone, St Peter Port, Guernsey – William & Ellen

     |       |       |    1861: at Prospect House, 5 Banques, St Peter Port– William & Ellen; William, Ellen, Amelia, Walter,

     |       |       |                                                                                                                                                James

     |       |       |    1871:  at 1 Belle Vue, St Johns – William & Ellen;  Amelia, Walter James, John, Annie, Albert

     |       |       |    1881:  at 1 Belle Vue, Longstore Long Stone, St Peter Port, Guernsey – William & Ellen;  Walter

     |       |       |                                                 James, John, Annie, Albert, George + Charled STILES (bro) + lodger

     |       |       |    1891:  at New Zealand Villa, Royal Road, St Peter Port, Guernsey – William C & Hellen; William, Walter,

     |       |       |                                                                                                                                      Albert, George

     |       |       |    1901:  at New Zealand Villa, Royal Road, St Peter Port, Guernsey – William & Ellen;  William, Walter,

     |       |       |                                                                                                                                                 George

     |       |       |– William PIDGEON (b.ab.1851, St Peter Port – d.) Fruit Grower

     |       |       |            1871:  at 5 New Paris Rd – William (lodger)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Ellen PIDGEON (b.ab.1853, St Peter Port – d.)

     |       |       |            1871:  at 6 Clifton Ter, Cannichers, St Peter Port – Ellen (servt)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Amelia PIDGEON (b.ab.1857, St Peter Port – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Walter PIDGEON (b.ab.1859, St Peter Port – d.) Fruit Grower

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– James PIDGEON (b.ab.1861, St Peter Port – d.) Lab, Innkeeper, Stonebreaker

     |       |       |      m.() Ann Maria ? (b.ab.1862, St Peter Port – d.)

     |       |       |       |    1891:  at 2 Gas Lane, Le Bouet, St Peter Port – James & Ann Maria; Ann Victoria, Ellen Mary

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at 2 Clements Rd, ST Peter Port – James & Annie;  Annie V, Ellen M, William J

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Ann Victoria PIDGEON (b.ab.1884, St Peter Port – d.) Dressmaker

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Ellen Mary PIDGEON (b.ab.1888, St Peter Port – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |      └  William J PIDGEON (b.ab.1892, St Peter Port – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– John F PIDGEON (b.ab.1863, St Peter Port – d.) Carter, Stonecracker

     |       |       |      m.() Sarah J ? (b.ab.1864, St Peter Port – d.)

     |       |       |       |    1891:  at La Bruyere, Water Lane, St Peter Port – John F & Sarah J;  John F, William J, Emily J,

     |       |       |       |                                                                                                                                       Albert H

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at La Bruyθre, Water Lane, St Peter Port – John F & Sarah J;  John, William, Emily, Alfred,

     |       |       |       |                                                                                                                                           Frank

     |       |       |       |– John F PIDGEON (b.ab.1882, St Peter Port – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– William J PIDGEON (b.ab.1884, St Peter Port – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Emily J PIDGEON (b.ab.1886, St Peter Port – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Albert H PIDGEON (b.ab.1888, St Peter Port – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |      └  Frank PIDGEON (b.ab.1896, St Peter Port – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Annie PIDGEON (b.ab.1867, St Peter Port – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Albert PIDGEON (b.ab.1871, St Peter Port – d.) Ag Lab

     |       |       |      m,() Louisa ? (b.ab.1875, St Peter Port – d.)

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at 6 Gibauderie, St Peter Port – Albert & Louisa;  Wilfred

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |      └  Wilfred PIDGEON (b.ab.1896, St Peter Port – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |      └  George PIDGEON (b.ab1884, St Peter Port – d.) Fruit Grower

     |       |

     |       |– Eleazer PIDGEON (bp.28/6/1829, Chard – d.1845, Chard)

     |       |

     |       |– Elizabeth PIDGEON (b.ab.1830, Wambrook – d.) Grocer

     |       |       :    1861:  at Wrackleford Dairy,Stratton, Dor – Reuben, Elizabeth, Amelia + Mary WEY (niece)

     |       |      m?(1861, Taunton) William MITCHELL (b.ab.1824, Kent – d.)

     |       |       |    1871:  at Tancred St, Taunton – William & Elizabeth;  Isaac W(17), Annie, William, Albert, Flora

     |       |       |    1881:  at Tancred St, Taunton –Elizabeth (wid);  Annie, William E, Albert, Florence, Walter

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Annie MITCHELL (b.ab.1862, Taunton – d.) Dress Maker

     |       |       |– William E MITCHELL (b.ab.1865, Taunton – d.)Tailor

     |       |       |– Albert MITCHELL (b.ab.1865, Taunton – d.) Coach Trimmer

     |       |       |– Florence MITCHELL (b.ab.1868, Taunton – d.)

     |       |      └  Walter MITCHELL (b.ab.1872, Taunton – d.)

     |       |

     |       |– James PIDGEON (bp.17/7/1831, Chard – d.)

     |       |[twins?]

     |       |– Jane PIDGEON (bp.17/7/1831, Chard – d.)

     |       |

     |       |– John PIDGEON (bp.15/7/1833, Chard – d.1862, Dorchester) Dairyman

     |       |      m.(1859, Bridport) Adelaide SMITH (b.ab.1835, Marchalsea, Dor – d.1870, 33y, Brightstone, I Wight)

     |       |       |                               m2.(1864, Dorchester) Ambrose SAMWAYS (b.ab.1825, Catistock, Dor – d.1907, 83y,

     |       |       |                                                                                                                              I Wight) Farm Bailiff

     |       |       |    1861:  at Little Britain, Fordington, Dorchester – John & Adelaide;  Amelia -– next door to:

     |       |       |              at Little Britain, Fordington, Dorch’r – Ambrose & Emma; Edward, Mary Selina SAMWAYS

     |       |       |

     |       |      └  Amelia PIDGEON (b.1860, Fordington – d.) Housemaid

     |       |               :    1871:  at Vicarage, Showell, I Wight – Amelia (servt to Vicar of Showell)

     |       |               :    1881:  at Little Mottistone, I Wight – Amelia (servt to widow of Vicar of Showell)

     |       |              m.(1888, I Wight) William HARMAN (b.1847, Portsea? – d.1891, 43y, Nottingham?)

     |       |               |    1891:  at Rose Cottage, Brooke, IoW – Amelia (wid);  William

     |       |               |

     |       |              └  William HARMAN (b.1889, Nottingham – d.)

     |       |

     |       |– Reuben PIDGEON (bp.27/7/1835, Wambrook – d.1890, 55y, Dorchester) Dairyman

     |       |       :    1851:  at Broadwindsor, Dor – Reuben PIGGEN (farm servant)

     |       |       :    1861:  at Wrackleford Dairy,Stratton, Dor – Reuben, Elizabeth, Amelia + Mary WEY (niece)

     |       |      m.(1865, Dorchester) Mary Anne HOWE (b.1839, Melcolme Horsey, Dor – d.1910, 72y, Dorchester)

     |       |       |    1871:  at Wrackleford, Stratton, Dor – Reben & Mary A;  Mary L, Herbert J

     |       |       |    1881:  at Dairy House, Wrackleford, Stratton – Reuben & Mary Ann;  Lydia M, Herbert J, Frank H,

     |       |       |                                                                                                                                            Amelia S

     |       |       |    1891:  at Dairy House, Bradford Peverell – Mary (wid);  Herbert, Frank, Amelia

     |       |       |               at Main Street, Charminster – Lydia (visitor to Jacob CANDY, dairyman & family)

     |       |       |    1901:  at north side of road to Dorchester, Stratton – Mary (wid);  Lydia, Milly, Frank

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Lydia May PIDGEON (b.1866, Dorchester – d.)

     |       |       |      m.(1910, Dorchester) Harry Samways LOCK (b.1847, Broadmayne, Dor – d.1923, 75y, Dorchester)

     |       |       |       |                                                                                                                        Dairyman Farmer

     |       |       |      └? Edward A LOCK (b.1912, Gravesend – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Herbert James PIDGEON (b.1868, Dorchester – d.1933, 64y, Weymouth) Dairyman

     |       |       |       :    1901:  at Chilcombe, Dor – Herbert (boarder with Charles J SALISBURY, dairyman & family,

     |       |       |       :                                                                                                           including sister Louisa, 25)

     |       |       |      m.(1902, Bridport) Louisa SALISBURY (b.1875, Yeovil – d.1961, 86, Weymouth)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |-? Henry Charles PIDGEON (b.11/12/1904, Dorchester – d.1/1985, 80y, Yeovil)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1931, Bridport) Harriett  Olive ELLIOTT (b.26/4/1912, Bridport – d.1989, 77y, Yeovil)

     |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |       |–

     |       |       |       |      └  John PIDGEON (b.1942, Dorchester)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |      └? Frederick John PIDGEON (b.3/11/1909, Dorchester – d.7/2002, 92y, Dorset S&W)

     |       |       |              m.(1933, Bridport) Ellen Louisa THORNE (b.1/1/1912, Bridport – d.7/2006, 94y, Dorset)

     |       |       |               |

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Frank William PIDGEON (b.1871, Dorchester – d.1944, 73y, Dorchester) Dairyman

     |       |       |

     |       |      └  Amelia Susan PIDGEON (b.1877, Dorchester – d.)

     |       |              m.(1911, Dorchester) Alfred H PRICE (b. – d.)

     |       |              |

     |       |

     |       |– Mary PIDGEON (b.1837, Wambrook – d.)

     |       |      m.(1857, Ax) John WAY (b.ab. 1836, Hawkchurch – d.) Carpenter, Baker

     |       |       |    1861:  at Ramsgate, Broadwindsor, Dor – John & Mary;  Amelia

     |       |       |    1871:  at Greenham, Broadwindsor, Dor – John & Mary;  Amelia, Eleizah, Thomas, Sarah, John C,

     |       |       |                                                                                                                                             Alice M

     |       |       |– Mary WAY (b.1858, Hawkchurch – d?1862)

     |       |       |– Amelia WAY (b.1860, Hawkchurch – d.)

     |       |       |– Eliezah WAY (b.1862, Greenham – d.)

     |       |       |– Thomas WAY (b.1864, Greenham – d.)

     |       |       |– Sarah WAY (b.1867, Greenham – d.)

     |       |       |– John Charles WAY (b.1869, Greenham – d.)

     |       |      └  Alice Mary WAY (b.1970, Greenham – d.)

     |       |

     |       |– Sarah PIDGEN (b.1841, Wambrook – d.1928, 88y, Dorchester) House Servant

     |       |            1861:  at Fordington Hill, Dorchester – Sarah (servt to Anne C CAMPBELL)

     |       |            1891:  at 4 Emsworth Villa, Sandycombe Rd, Richmond, Sur – Sarah (servt to Sancta J SILVA)

     |       |

     |      └  Amelia PIDGEN (b.1844, Wambrook – d.)

     |               :    1861:  at Wrackleford Dairy, Stratton – Reuben, Elizabeth, Amelia + Mary WEY (niece)

     |             (+) ? ?

     |               |

     |              └  Albert PIDGEON (b.ab.1867, Yeovil – d.)

     |               :

     |              m.(1868, Chard) Nathaniel BAGG (b.1845, Chard – d.)

     |               |    1871:  at Chard St, Thornconbe – Nathaniel & Amelia;  Tom, Amelia C BAGG

     |               |                                                                                             (+) Albert PIDGEON (3, wife’s son-in-law)

     |               |– Tom BAGG (b.1869, Thorncombe – d.)

     |              └  Amelia Carter BAGG (b.1869, Thorncombe – d.)

     |

     |– William PIGEON (b.12/1798, bp.25/12/1799, Stockland – d.1873, 74y, Chard) Grocer

     |      m.() Mary Mealy READ (b.ab.1810, Chard – d.1976, 66y, Axminster)

     |       |    1841:  at Prospect Buildings, Chard – William & Mary; Elizabeth, Mary, John + Edward REED (25,tailor)

     |       |    1851:  at 3 Prospect Buildings, Chard – William & Mary;  Elizabeth R, Mary A, John W, Emma J

     |       |                                                                                                    + Sophia(19), Priscilla(17) REED (lodgers)

     |       |    1861:  at Chard – William & Mary M;  John W, Emma J

     |       |    1871:  at Old Town, Chard – William & Mary;  Emma J

     |       |

     |       |– Elizabeth Reed PIDGEN (b.ab.1831, Chard – d.1912, 80y, Chard) Dressmaker

     |       |      m.(1852, Chard) John LONG (b.ab.1831, Chard – d.1904, 72y, Chard) Iron Moulder

     |       |       |    1861:  at 1 Hope Street North, Reading – John & Elizabeth;  Sidney, Rosa M, Moses

     |       |       |    1871:  at 24 Guilford Rd, Chertsey, Sur – John & Elizabeth;  Moses, William J, Richard

     |       |       |    1881:  at 3 Netherland Pl, Caledonia St, Islington, London – John & Elizth R;  Moses, John Wm, Richd,

     |       |       |                                                                                                                                                Emma

     |       |       |    1891:  at 18  Caledonia Cres, Islington, London – John & Elizabeth R;  Moses,, Emma + lodger

     |       |       |    1901:  at Wadeford, Chard – John & Elizabeth

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Sidney LONG (b.1853, Chard – d.)

     |       |       |– Rosa Maria LONG (b.1859, Reading – d.)

     |       |       |– Moses LONG (b.1861, Reading – d.) Iron Moulder

     |       |       |– John William LONG (b.1864, Wellington, Som – d.)

     |       |       |– Richard LONG (b.1868, Worcester – d.)

     |       |      └  Emma LONG (b.18728, Chertsey, Sur – d.)

     |       |

     |       |– Mary Ann PIDGEN (b.ab.1834, Chard – d.) Millener

     |       |      m.(1853, Chard) George BAILEY (b. – d.)

     |       |

     |       |– John William PIDGEN (b.1840, Chard – d.1914, 74y, Greenwich)  Watchmaker & Stationer, Parish Clerk

     |       |      m.(1863, Islington) Elizabeth SHAKESHAFT (b.1839, Ashton, Northants – d.1883, 43, Bradwell)

     |       |       |    1871:  at High Street, Bradwell, Bucks – John W & E;  W(son), A(dau), A(son), F.E(dau)

     |       |       |    1881:  at 43 High Street, Bradwell, Bucks – John W & Elizabeth;  Arthur, Florence E, Albert, Lilly A,

     |       |       |                                                                                                                                            Sidney W

     |       |       |    1891:  at 12 High Street, Bradwell, Bucks – John W (wid);  Florence E, Albert, Kate;  Mary (mother)

     |       |       |    1901:  at 23 High Street, Bradwell, Bucks – John Wm (wid);  Arthur, Florence E, Lily Ada

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– William (James) PIDGEN (b.1863, Islington – d.1897, 33y, Bradwell)

     |       |       |      m.(Aston, 1887) Rose Leah JARVIS (b.1872, Sutton Coldfield – d.)

     |       |       |       |    1891:  at Glyn Street, Bradwell – William & Rose;  William. Annie

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at 69 Newport Road, Bradwell – Rose L (wid);  William, Annie, Eliz., Lillian, May, Florence

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– William (J) PIDGEN (b.9/12/1888, Bradwell – d.1972, 84y, N Bucks)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1914, Newport Pagnell) Annie Maria ELLIS (b.1891, Newport Pagnell – d.1961, 70,

     |       |       |       |       |                                                                                                                      Northampton)

     |       |       |       |       |– Edna M PIDGEN (b.1915, Bradwell – d.)

     |       |       |       |       |      m.(1939, N Bucks) Frederick H KEY (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |       |– William Cyril PIDGEN (b.4/9/1919, Bradwell – d.1994, 74, Blackpool)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Annie PIDGEN (b.1890, Bradwell – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1909, Birmingham) William BRETHERTON (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |      └  Marjorie L BRETHERTON (b.1913, Birmingham – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Elizabeth Kate PIDGEN (b.1892, Bradwell – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1914, Birmingham) Joseph LEATHER (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |       |– Edith J M LEATHER (b.1915, Birmingham – d.)

     |       |       |       |      └  Joseph M LEATHER (b.1918, Birmingham – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Rosa Lillian PIDGEN (b.1893, Bradwell – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1915, Aston) Harry GRIFFIN (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– May PIDGEN (b.1895, Bradwell – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1914, Birmingham) Leonard WELCH (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |      └  Leonard A WELCH (b.1915, Birmingham – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |      └  Florence PIDGEN (b.1896, Bradwell – d.)

     |       |       |              m.(1915, Birmingham) Frederick A WOOD (b. – d.)

     |       |       |               |

     |       |       |              └  Greta I A WOOD (b.1915, Birmingham – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Annie Jane PIDGEN (b.1864, Bradwell – d.1942, 77y, Finsbury)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Arthur PIDGEN (b.1866, Bradwell – d.1924, 57y, Potterspury) Railway Coach Finisher

     |       |       |      m.(1911, Stratford-on-Avon) Mabel Grace CADD (b.1879, Stratford – d,1942, 63y, N Bucks)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Florence Emma PIDGEN (b.1869, Bradwell – d.1951, 82y, Bromley) Housekeeper

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Rose Elizabeth PIDGEN (b.1871, Bradwell – d.1871, 0y, Bradwell)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Albert PIDGEN (b.1872, Bradwell – d.1954, 82y, Hendon)

     |       |       |   m.(1918, Hackney) Emma Louisa F WARD (b.1874, Hackney – d.1932, 58y, Hendon)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Lilly Ada PIDGEN (b.1875, Bradwell – d.1932, 57y, Bromley) Shop assistant

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Sidney W PIDGEN (b.1877, Bradwell – d.1929, 53y, Bangor) Pianoforte Tuner

     |       |       |      m1.(15/5/1900, Llandegai, nr Bangor) Esther Ann JONES (b.1892, Llandegai – d.)

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at 90 Caellepa, Bangor, Caenarvonshire – Sidney & Ettie;  Annie

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Annie Elizabeth PIDGEN (b.3/7/1900, Llandegai – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1937, Hendon) John F(rederick?) TOMPSETT (b?1901, Guildford – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |      └  Lily PIDGEN (b.5/4/1903, Llandegai – d?1915, 12y, Eccleshall Bierlow)

     |       |       |       :

     |       |       |      div.(1/4/1912)

     |       |       |      m2.(1912, Bangor) Selina M COOKSON (b. – d.)

     |       |       |                                        m2.(1931, Bath) Albert J WILKINS (b. – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |      └  Kate Elizabeth PIDGEN (b.1878, Bradwell – d.)

     |       |

     |       |– Emmanuel PIDGEN (b.1842, Chard – d.17/9/1843, 13m, Chard)

     |       |

     |       |– Emma Read PIDGEN (b.17/9/1844, Chard – d.1845, 0y, Chard)

     |       |

     |       |– Emma Jane PIDGEN (b.1846, Chard – d.) Dressmaker

     |       |      m.(1873, Chard) Reuben Thomas SNELL (b.ab.1840, Axminster – d.) Upholsterer

     |       |       |    1881:  at 1 Norfolk Ter, Holdenhurst, Hants – Reuben T & Emma J;  Edith M, Florence E, Bessie

     |       |       |                                                                                                    + Mary M PIDGEON (m-law, wid, 70)

     |       |       |    1891:  at 1 Norfolk Ter, Holdenhurst, Hants – Reuben T & Emma J;  Edith M, Florence E, Bessie,

     |       |       |                                                                                                                    Arnold J + 2 KENT visitors

     |       |       |    1901:  at 1 Norfolk Ter, Holdenhurst, Hants – Reuben T & Emma J;  Florence E, Harold J

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Edith Mary SNELL (b.1874, Dorchester – d.)

     |       |       |– Florence Emma SNELL (b.1876, Bournmouth – d.)

     |       |       |– Bessie SNELL (b.1878, Bournmouth – d.)

     |       |      └  Harold John SNELL (b.1883, Bournmouth – d.)

     |       |

     |       |-? Ruth PIDGEN (b.1848, Chard – d.1849, 1y, Chard)

     |       |

     |       |-? Matilda Reed PIDGEN (b.1852, Chard – d.1855, 2y, Chard)

     |       |

     |      └? Rosa PIDGEN (b.1856, Chard – d.1858, 2y, Chard)

     |

     |– Emmanuel PIGEON (b.11/6/1802, Stockland – d?1843, Chard)

     |

     |– Samuel PIGEON (b.2/7/1807, Stockland – d.3/8/1864, 57y, Wrington, Som) Mason

     |      m.(1841, Bristol) Elizabeth MILTON (b.ab.1817, Blackwell, Som – d.8/3/1902, London) Schoolteacher

     |       |    1851:  at Downside, Wrington, Som – Samuel & Elizabeth;  Jane, Alfred, Lavinia, Samuel, Mary Ann

     |       |    1861:  at Wrington, Som – Samuel & Elizabeth;  Jane, Alfred, Samuel, Mary, Elizabeth, Sarah, Harriet

     |       |    1871:  at Downside, Wrington, Som – Elizabeth (wid);  Harriet;  Elizabeth B

     |       |    1891:  at 40 Lancaster Gate, London – Elizth (nurse);  Lavinia, Sarah (servts)

     |       |

     |       |– Jane PIDGEON (b.1842, Bedminster – d.1912, 69y, Darlington)

     |       |     (+) ? ?

     |       |       |– John PIDGEON (bp.30/9/1861, Wrington – bu.8/11/1861, Wrington)

     |       |       :

     |       |     (+) Thomas SELVEY (b.1851, Portishead – d.1918, 67y, Long Ashton) Plasterer

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Thomas Edward PIDGEON (b.1870, Bristol – d.1954, 83y, Swindon)

     |       |       ||     m.(1894, Bedminster) Matilda Elizabeth BRYANT (b?1865, Clifton – d?1946, 80y, Weston/Mare)

     |       |       ||      |    1901:  at 161 Redcliffe St, Swindon – Thomas & Matilda;  Blanche, Herbert + Cherry BRYANT

     |       |       ||      |                                                                                                                                 (3m, visitor)

     |       |       ||      |– Blanche Alice PIDGEON (b.23/11/1895, Swindon – d.9/1988, 92y, Swindon)

     |       |       ||      |      m.(1919, Swindon) Henry Joseph EXTON (b.1893, Swindon – d.)

     |       |       ||      |       |

     |       |       ||      |

     |       |       ||     └  Herbert Frederick PIDGEON (b.6/8/1898, Swindon – d.1985, 87y, Swindon)

     |       |       ||             m.(1924, Swindon) Carina PRICE (b.1900, Swindon – d.1975, 75y, Swindon)

     |       |       |[twins]

     |       |       |– Elizabeth Blanche PIDGEON (b.1870, Bristol – d.16/8/1940, SLC)

     |       |       :      m.(5/12/1887, Bristol) William RAWLE (b.1862, Langford Budville, Som – d.11/9/1931, SLC)

     |       |       :       |                                                                                                                    Milkman & Gardener

     |       |       :       |    1891:  at 13 St Michael’s Buildings, Bristol – William & Elizabeth; William, Alice M +3 boarders

     |       |       :       |    1901:  at 5 Walker St, Bristol – William & Elizabeth Blanche;  William, Alice Maud, James Edward,

     |       |       :       |                                                               Winifred Jane + Thomas (50); Dora (15) SELVEY (visitors)

     |       |       :       |    1916:  EMIGRATED TO USA – Family to Salt Lake City, UT  (SLC)

     |       |       :       |    1920:  at SLC – William & Elizabeth B;  Katherine, Amy L

     |       |       :       |    1930:  at SLC – William & Blanche

     |       |       :       |

     |       |       :       |– William RAWLE (b.6/10/1888, Bristol – d.9/11/1948)

     |       |       :       |      m.(11/9/1911, Cardiff) Catherine ANDREWS (b. – d.)

     |       |       :       |       |

     |       |       :       |

     |       |       :       |– Alice Maude RAWLE (b.6/2/1891, Bristol – d.19/4/1947)

     |       |       :       |      m.(11/6/1914) Thomas Albert BAYLIS (b. – d.)

     |       |       :       |

     |       |       :       |– Edward James RAWLE (b.10/12/1892, Bristol – d.13/7/1967, SLC)

     |       |       :       |      m.(6/6/1918, SLC) Jennie Irene BARNES (b.7/5/1899, Downey, ID – d.10/6/1956, Bountiful, ID)

     |       |       :       |       |

     |       |       :       |       |– Edna Irene RAWLE (b.2/10/1919, Ucon, ID – d.11/6/1921, Ucon, ID)

     |       |       :       |       |– Ernest RAWLE (b.10/6/1921, Ucon, ID – d.11/6/1921, Ucon, ID)

     |       |       :       |       |– Earle RAWLE (b.11/6/1921, Ucon, ID – d.11/6/1921, Ucon, ID)

     |       |       :       |

     |       |       :       |– Winifred Jane J RAWLE (b.20/3/1901, Bristol – d.26/10/1964)

     |       |       :       |      m.() Stephen MAKER (b.ab.1897, Bristol – d.)

     |       |       :       |

     |       |       :       |– George RAWLE (b.25/4/1894, Bristol – d.1/5/1894, 0y, Bristol)

     |       |       :       |

     |       |       :       |– Harry RAWLE (b.23/6/1895, Bristol – d.17/7/1895, 0y, Bristol)

     |       |       :       |

     |       |       :       |– Kathleen Blanche RAWLE (b.5/12/1905, Blackwood, Mon, Wales – d.)

     |       |       :       ||     m.() Loren Milton NELSON (b.ab.1901, Iowa – d.)

     |       |       :       ||      |    1930:  at Omaha, NB – Loren M & Kathleen B;  Loren

     |       |       :       ||

     |       |       :       |[twins]

     |       |       :        Amy Elizabeth RAWLE (b.5/12/1905, Blackwood, Mon, Wales – d.15/7/1991,)

     |       |       :              m.(25/11/1925, Salt Lake City) Walter Peter CRAMER (b.11/5/1901, Willow Creek, ID –

     |       |       :               |                                                                                                d.14/4/1985, Idaho Falls, ID)

     |       |       :               |–

     |       |       :               |– Kathleen Margaret CRAMER (b.11/10/1931, Ucon – d.12/11, 1931, Udon, ID)

     |       |       :               |

     |       |       :               |                                         ΰ David OSWALD                                              TOP

     |       |       :               |–

     |       |       :               |– Anna Sharon CRAMER (b.7/11/1940, Idaho Falls – d.1992, Ammon, ID)

     |       |       :               |–

     |       |       :               Norman Leonard CRAMER (b. & d.17/2/1949, Idaho Falls, ID)

     |       |       :

     |       |      m.(2/10/1875, Knaresbro’) Charles WETHERILL (b.28/4/1822, Myton-upon-Swale, Yorks –

     |       |       |                                                                                                    d.1907, Knaresborough) Farm Bailiff

     |       |       |    1881:  at High Bridge, Scriven, Knaresborough, Yorks – Charles & Jane;  Arthur, Constance Amy

     |       |       |                                                                                                                + Elizth B PIDGEON (niece)

     |       |       |    1891:  at Bond End, Scriven – Chas & Jane;  Arthur, Constance A, Ernest, Florence L

     |       |       |    1901:  at Conyngham Lodge, Knaresbro’ – Charles & Jane;  Arthur, Constance Amy, Ernst, Florence

     |       |       |                                                                                                                                                   Lily

     |       |       |– Arthur WETHERILL (b.28/10/1876, Scriven – d.) Railway Clerk

     |       |       |      m.(1907, Sculcoates) Mary Ann FREEMAN (b.1874, Darlington – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Norman WETHERILL (b.1908, Darlington – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Harold WETHERILL (b.1910, Darlington – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Hubert M WETHERILL (b.1912, Darlington – d.)

     |       |       |      └  Mary WETHERILL (b.1913, Darlington – d.)

     |       |       |              m.() Francis ATKINS (b. – d.)  [see below]

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Constance Amy WETHERILL (b.1/2/1879, Scriven – d.) Dressmaker

     |       |       |      m.(29/10/1904, Harrogate) William Holt BAINES (bp.20/5/1869, Monk Frystone, Yorks – d.)

     |       |       |       |                                                                                                                    Railway Timekeeper

     |       |       |       |– Claude Holt BAINES (b.1905, Knaresbro’ – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Frank BAINES (b.1910, Sculcoates – d.)

     |       |       |      └  Marjorie BAINES (b.1912, Sculcoates – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Ernest WETHERILL (b.3/7/1881, Scriven – d.) Farmer

     |       |       |      m.(1913, Goole) Miriam DAY (b.1892, Goole – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Doris WETHERILL (b.1914,  Goole – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Sydney WETHERILL (b.1916, Middlesborough – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Muriel WETHERILL (b.1920, Middlesbro’ – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Clarence WETHERILL (b.1922, Middlesbro’ – d.)

     |       |       |      └  Constance WETHERILL (b.1924, Middlesbro’ – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |      └  Florence Lily WETHERILL (b.27/71884, Scriven – d.) Dressmaker

     |       |              m.(24/6/1903, Knaresbro’) Francis ATKINS (b.1874, South Shields – d.) Telegraph Clerk

     |       |               |

     |       |               |– Geoff ATKINS (b. – d.)

     |       |               |– Kathleen ATKINS (b. – d.)

     |       |              └  Francis ATKINS (b. – d.)

     |       |                      m.() Mary WETHERILL (b.1913, Darlington – d.)  [see above]

     |       |

     |       |– Alfred PIDGEON (b.1844, Bedminster – d.1907, 62, Bristol) Stone Mason

     |       |       :    1871:  at 19 Highland Place, Clifton – Alfred (boarder)

     |       |      m.(1874, London) Julia CONDRAN (b.ab.1850, Clonmelsh, Co Carlow, Ireland – d.1914, 67y, Bristol)

     |       |       |    1881:  at Nelson House, Victoria Place, Clifton – Alfred & Julia + Ann CONDERAN (mother, 60)

     |       |       |    1891:  at 16 Duke St, Bristol – Alfred & Julia;  Lavinia + servant, visitor, relative (Edwd Kinsella)

     |       |       |    1901:  at 16 Duke St, Bristol – Julia;  May + 2 boarders

     |       |       |

     |       |      └  Lavinia Sarah May PIDGEON (b.1882, Clifton – d.) Music teacher

     |       |

     |       |– Lavinia PIDGEON (b.1846, Wrington – d.1910, 62y, Fulham) Housemaid

     |       |       :    1861:  at 13 Bedford Sq, London – Lavina PIGEON + Herbert MILLER (servts)

     |       |       :    1871:  at 13 Bedford Sq, London – Lavinia + Herbert MILLER (servts)

     |       |       :    1881:  at 40 Lancaster Gate, London – Lavinia, Sarah + Herbert P MILLER (servts)

     |       |       :    1891:  at 40 Lancaster Gate, London – Elizth (nurse);  Lavinia, Sarah + Herbert Percy MILLER (servts)

     |       |       :

     |       |      m.(1893, Fulham) Herbert Percy MILLER (b.ab.1837, Camerton, Som – d.) Footman

     |       |                                      m2.(1911, Fulham) Sarah PIDGEON (see below)

     |       |            1901:  at 17 Tadmore St, Hammersmith – Herbt & Lavina + Sarah PIDGEON

     |       |

     |       |– Samuel PIDGEON (bp.18/2/1849, Wrington – d.1913, 64y, Wrington) Stone Mason

     |       |      m.(1871, Bedminster) Eliza Jane VINEY (b.1851, Yatton, Som – d.1918, 66y, Yatton)

     |       |       |    1871:  at Backwell, Som – Samuel & Eliza Jane

     |       |       |    1881:  at Church Causway, Yatton, Som – Saml & Eliza;  Wm Saml, Alice Maud + Wm VINEY (neph)

     |       |       |    1891:  at Church Causway, Yatton, Som – Samuel & Eliza;  William, Ethel + Emma GREGORY (lodger)

     |       |       |    1901:  at Pound Field, Yatton, Som – Samuel & Eliza;  Ethel + Samuel TAYLOR (BOARDER)

     |       |       |                                                                                     + Grace WILLEY (12, adopted dau, b. Bristol)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– William Samuel PIDGEON (bp.17/9/1871, Wrington – d.1952, 80y, Bristol) Book Binder

     |       |       |      m.(1894, Bristol) Elizabeh Harriet BOWDEN (b.1864, Bristol – d.1915, 49y, Bristol)

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at 46 Warrel Rd, Bristol – William S & Elizabeth;  Herbert W, Sdney B

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Herbert William PIDGEON (b.1895, Bristol – d.1956, 60y, Bristol)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1945, King’s Lynn) Pattie Edna CARNELL (b.30/11/1905, King’s Lynn – d.1983, 75y, Truro)

     |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |-? Arthur Samuel PIDGEON (b.1897, Bristol – d.1898, 0y, Bristol)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |-? William James PIDGEON (b.1898, Bristol – d.1898, 0y, Bristol)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Sidney Bowden PIDGEON (b.20/2/1900, Bristol – d.1982, 82y, Forest of Dean)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1925, Bristol) Edith May DEVERALL (b.8/10/1900, Bristol – d.1/1987, 86y, Bristol)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |      └? Alice Annie E PIDGEON (b.1901, Bristol – d.)

     |       |       |       :      m.(1928, Bridgwater) Gladstone MILTON (b.1892, Bristol – d.)

     |       |       |       :

     |       |       |      m2.(1921, Bristol) Annie HARRIS (b1877, Bristol? – d.1949, 72y, Bristol)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Alice Maud PIDGEON (b.1872, Wrington – d.1884, 11y, Bedminster)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Herbert Milton PIDGEON (b.1882, Yatton – d.1882, 0y, Yatton)

     |       |       |

     |       |      └  Ethel Lavinia PIDGEON (b.1884, Yatton – d.1968, 84y, Bournemouth)

     |       |       :

     |       |      └(adopted) Grace WILLEY (b.1888, Leicester? – d.)

     |       |

     |       |– Mary Ann PIDGEON (bp.30/3/1851, Wrington – d.)

     |       |

     |       |– Elizabeth PIDGEON (bp.5/6/1853, Wrington – d.)

     |       |

     |       |– Sarah PIDGEON (b.1856, Wrington – d.) Domestic servant, Dressmaker

     |       |       :    1871:  at Brockley Court, Brockley, Som – Sarah (servt)

     |       |       :    1881:  at 40 Lancaster Gate, London – Lavinia, Sarah (servts)

     |       |       :    1891:  at 40 Lancaster Gate, London – Elizth (nurse);  Lavinia, Sarah (servts)

     |       |       :    1901:  at 17 Tadmore St, Hammersmith – Herbt & Lavina MILLER + Sarah

     |       |      m.(1811, Fulham) Herbert Percy MILLER (b.ab.1837, Camerton, Som – d.)

     |       |

     |       |– Harriet PIDGEON (bp.3/4/1859, Wrington – d.) Kitchenmaid

     |       |            1881:  at 5 Montagu Place, London – Harriet (servt)

     |       |

     |      └? John PIDGEON (b.1861, Wrington – d.)

     |

     |– Isaac PIDGEON (b.8/11/1810, Stockland – bu.5/7/1862, 51y, Stockland))

     |      m.(5/3/1837, Combpyne) Mary SPILLER (b.ab.1815, Combpyne – bu.8/5/1904, 88y, Stockland)

     |       |    1851:  at Village, Stockland – Isaac & Maria; Samuel, Matilda, Mary Spiller + Joseph BOYLAND (lodger)

     |       |    1881:  at Fore St, Chard – Maria (wid) with daughter Matilda NORTHCOTT & family

     |       |

     |       |– Samuel PIDGEON (bp.24/9/1837, Dalwood – d.1927, 89y, Ax) Baker & Postmaster

     |       |      m.(1864, Exeter) Mary TROTT (b.ab.1840, Stockland – d.1904, 65y, Ax)

     |       |       |    1881:  at Village PO, Stockland – Samuel & Mary; Henry, William, Laura, Walter, Bessie, Edith,

     |       |       |                                                                                                                                  Francis G, Fred

     |       |       |    1891:  at Post Office, Stockland – Samuel & Mary;  Walter, Bessie, Edith, Francis George, Fred

     |       |       |    1901:  at Stockland – Samuel & Mary; Bessie, Edith, Frank, Fred & Lily (7, g-dau)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Robert PIDGEON (b.30/4/1865, Stockland – d.1949, 84y, Chard) Baker

     |       |       |      m.(14/5/1889, Upottery) Ellen EDWARDS (b.ab.1867, Upottery – d?1919, 51y, Yeovil)

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at Lopen, Somerset – Robert & Ellen;  Bessie, Dorcas, Fred, Linda

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Bessie PIDGEON (b.1890, Lopen – d.1905, 14y, Chard)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Dorcas Jane PIDGEON (b.1891, Lopen – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1926, Chard) William C BATSTONE (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Fred PIDGEON (b.1893, Lopen – d.20/1/1917, 24y, Godstone, Surrey) Private, 5th Bn,

     |       |       |       |                                                                                                                      Grenadier Guards

     |       |       |      └  Linda Mary PIDGEON (b.1899, Lopen – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Henry PIDGEON (b.12/9/1866, Stockland – d.1936, 70y, Wincanton, Som) Miller/Baker

     |       |       |      m.(17/9/1889, Upottery) Annie Ruth EDWARDS (b.ab.1865, Upottery – d.1931, 65y, Bridport)

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at Awliscombe – Henry & Annie;  William, Annie, Dorcas, Eleanor

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– William Henry PIDGEON (b.1890, Upottery – d.1960, 70, Bridport)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Annie Laura PIDGEON (b.1892, Upottery – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m.(28/2/1922, Axminster) Frank Dennis PHIPPEN (b.ab.1892 – d.) Printer

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Dorcas Jane PIDGEON (b.1895, Luppitt – d.1933, 38y, Sherborne, Dorset)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |      └  Eleanor Mary PIDGEON (b.1899, Dunkeswell – d.)

     |       |       |              m.(4/10/1920, Chardstock) Frederick Reginald COUSINS (b. – d.) Agriculturalist

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– William PIDGEON (b.18/3/1868, Stockland – d.1937, 69y Devon C) Licensed Victualler

     |       |       |      m.(1889, Exeter) Fanny NUNN (b.ab.1866, Exeter? – d.1937, 72y, Devon C)

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at Wembworthy, Devon – William & Fanny;  Bertie, Kate, Fred, Sydney

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Bertie PIDGEON (b.27/12/1889, Tiverton – d.1969, 79y, Dartford, Kent)

     |       |       |       |    ?m.(1927, Lambeth, London) Clara MORGAN (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Kate PIDGEON (b.1892, Wembworthy – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1919, Wembworthy) William John LUXTON (b. – d)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Lily PIDGEON (b.1894, Wembworthy – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1928, Exeter) William H ARSCOTT (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Frederick PIDGEON (b.1896, Wembworthy – d.9/4/1918, Belgium) Gunner, R.Field Artillery

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Sydney PIDGEON (b.2/5/1899, Wembworthy – d.1978, 79y, Bideford)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1919, Barnstaple) Jessie Maud MOLLAND (b.15/4/1894, Torrington – d.1982, 87y, Bideford)

     |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |       |– Dorothy Eileen PIDGEON (b.1920, Torrington – d.26/5/1993, 73y Tiverton)

     |       |       |       |       |      m.(1944, Bideford) Arthur WONNACOTT (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |       |– Marjorie Hilda PIDGEON (b.1922, Torrington - d.29/7/2009, St Just, Corn) Nurse (MBE)

     |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |       |– Sydney Roy PIDGEON (b.7/3/1926, Torrington – d.1972, 46y, Exeter)

     |       |       |       |       |      m.(12/7/1947, Coleridge) Freda M PIKE (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |       |       |– William J PIDGEON (b.1947 – d.1947, 0y, Devon Central)

     |       |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |       |– Maurice Bertie PIDGEON (b.31/101928, Torrington – d.29/1/1996, 67y, Barnstaple)

     |       |       |       |       |      m.(1959, Devon C) Pamela PIKE (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Frank PIDGEON (b.19/10/1902, Wembworthy – d.8/4/2003, 100y, Northam, Bideford)

     |       |       |       |       :                                                                    Proprietor:  Pidgeon’s Garage, Wembworthy

     |       |       |       |      m.(1929, Crediton) Louisa A JARVIS (b.31/1/1906 – d.6/1972, 66y, Bideford)

     |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |      └  Edith PIDGEON (b.1905, Wembworthy – d.)

     |       |       |              m.(1929, Newton Abbot) William J A VALLANCE (b. – d.)

     |       |       |               |

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Laura PIDGEON (bp.27/2/1870, Stockland – d.)

     |       |       |      m.(19/8/1890, Stockland) Henry Bowen VICKERY (b.ab.1863, Ilfracombe – d.) Schoolmaster

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at Wyke Regis, Dorset – Henry & Laura;  Gladys

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |      └  Gladys VICKERY (b.1895, Wyke Regis, Dor – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– George PIDGEON (b.27/8/1871, Stockland – bu.21/10/1877, 6y, Stockland)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Walter PIDGEON (b.1872, Stockland – d.1945, 72y, Honiton) Post Office Clerk

     |       |       |      m.(10/5/1895, East Budleigh) Maria SAGE (b.ab.1871, East Budleigh – d.)

     |       |       |       |    1901: at Honiton – Walter & Marie

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Dorothy Irene PIDGEON (bp.27/7/1899, Honiton – bu.5/6/1900, 11m, Honiton)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |      └  Leslie Frank PIDGEON (b.24/6/1902, Honiton – d.1987, 84y, Honiton) Merchant’s Clerk

     |       |       |              m.(1928, Honiton) Geraldine Maud SUMMERS (b.12/2/1905 – d.1993, 88y, Honiton)

     |       |       |               |

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Bessie PIDGEON (b.1874, Stockland – d.)

     |       |       |      m.(15/9/1913, Stockland) Colin James CLARKE (b. – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Edith PIDGEON (bp.26/11/1876, Stockland – d.)

     |       |       |      m.(2/4/1902, Stockland) Joseph John PYM (bp.28/11/1875, Stockland – d.) Farmer

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Frank PYM (bp.21/12/1902, Stockland – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Leonard PYM (bp.6/11/1904, Stockland – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1946?) Nancy COAKES (b.)

     |       |       |       |– Bessie Mary PYM (bp.8/7/1906, Stockland – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1933?) Harold William DURRANT (b.)

     |       |       |       |– Richard Samuel PYM (bp.8/7/1906, Stockland – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Donald PYM (bp.16/2/1908, Stockland – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Edith PYM (bp.26/6/1910, Stockland – d.)

     |       |       |       |      m.(1/8/1938?) William George GOLLOP (b.) Farmer

     |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |      └  Laura PYM (bp.26/6/1910, Stockland – d.)

     |       |       |              m.(1/8/1938?) Joseph GALE (b.)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Francis George PIDGEON (b.27/9/1878, Stockland – bu.27/3/1913, 34y, Colyton) Baker

     |       |       |      m.(27/2/1906, Kilmington) Beatrice Mary HOUSE (b. – d.)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Gladys Mary PIDGEON (bp.30/9/1906, Colyton)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |      └  Cecil Francis PIDGEON (b.14/2/1909, Colyton)

     |       |       |            ?m.(1942, Winchester, Hants) Pansy W TAYLOR (b.)

     |       |       |

     |       |      └  Fred PIDGEON (b.22/7/1880, Stockland – d.1964, 83y, Honiton) Baker

     |       |              m.(26/9/1904, Stockland) Frances Sarah TROTT (b.ab.1884 – d.1954, 70y, Honiton)

     |       |               |

     |       |               |– Stanley George PIDGEON (b.21/11/1904, Stockland – d.1970, 65y, Honiton)

     |       |               |      m.(16/10/1941, Ax) Catherine Mary MARTIN (b.13/2/1909 – d.1996, 87, Honiton)

     |       |               |

     |       |               |– Leslie Fred PIDGEON (bp.23/5/1908, Stockland – bu.14/6/1909, 7w, Stockland)

     |       |               |

     |       |               |– Lester Frank PIDGEON (b.9/11/1911, Stockland – d.1981, 69y, Stratford-on-Avon)

     |       |               |      m.(22/10/1938, Widworthy) Millie HURFORD (b.)

     |       |               |

     |       |              └  Dennis Gilbert PIDGEON (bp.14/7/1918, Stockland – d.1952, 34y, Devon Central)

     |       |

     |       |– Matilda PIDGEON (bp.3/5/1840, Stockland – d.)

     |       |      m.(24/12/1863, Stockland) James Brimblecombe NORTHCOTT (bp.3/5/1840, Stockland – d.1899, 57y,

     |       |       |                                                                                                                                       Chard) Tailor

     |       |       |    1881:  at Fore St, Chard – James B & Matilda; Frederic J B, Florence Lucy, Albert Henry + Maria

     |       |       |                                                                                                                                                                                         PIDGEON

     |       |       |– Frederick James Brimblecombe NORTHCOTT (b.5/10/1864, Stockland – d.) Tailor

     |       |       |      m.(1888, Chard) Annie HAWKER (b.ab.1864, Chard – d.)

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at Chard – Frederick & Annie; Francis & Albert

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Francis Frederick NORTHCOTT (b.1891, Chard – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Albert William NORTHCOTT (b.1893, Chard – d.)

     |       |       |      └  Wilfred George NORTHCOTT (b.1902, Chard – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Florence Lucy NORTHCOTT (b.5/2/1866, Stockland – d.)

     |       |      └  Albert Henry NORTHCOTT (b.24/7/1867, Stockland – d.)

     |       |

     |       |– Emma PIDGEON (bp.4/9/1842, Stockland – bu.27/4/1843, 8m, Stockland)

     |       |

     |       |– Mary Spiller PIDGEON (bp.2/11/1845, Stockland – d.)

     |       |      m.(7/6/1863, Stockland) Thomas BRIGHT (b.ab.1840, Yarcombe – d.) Butcher

     |       |       |    1881: at Combe St, Chard – Thomas & Mary; Lelia A, Frances M + Ann SPILLER(70), Emma J BRIGHT

     |       |       |    1901:  at Chard – Thomas & Mary; Lily                                                                                                    (25) (visitors)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Lilia Jane BRIGHT (b.24/12/1864, Stockland – d.) Dressmaker

     |       |      └  Frances Mary BRIGHT (b.8/11/1866, Stockland – d.) Dressmaker

     |       |

     |       |– Henry PIDGEON (b.12/11/1852, Stockland – d.16/1/1942, Bundaberg) Butcher, Publican, Farmer

     |       |       :    EMIGRATED TO QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA on “High Flyer”, 2/8 – 2/12/1878

     |       |      m.(16/7/1879, Tiaro, Qld, Australia) Sarah Ann BISHOP (b.25/11/1859, Wicken, Cambs – d.24/1/1950,

     |       |       |                to Australia on “Tim Whiffler”, 19/10/1873 – 26/1/1874                                            Bundaberg)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– George PIDGEON (b.1/1/1880, Tiaro – d.12/5/1963, Bundaberg) Stockman

     |       |       |      m.(9/11/1909, Bundaberg) Margaret PALMER (b.17/6/1884, Bundaberg – d.12/5/1963, Bundaberg)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Adah Mary PIDGEON (b.3/4/1881, Tiaro – 20/7/1975, Sidney, NSW)

     |       |       |      m.(13/6/1904, Bundaberg) Charles Edgar WARRELL (b.18/5/1879, Maryborough – d.12/12/1932,

     |       |       |       |                                                                                                                   Bundaberg) Engineer

     |       |       |       |– Albert Victor WARRELL (b.9/3/1906, Bundaberg – d.18/10/1987, Bundaberg)

     |       |       |       |      m.(22/12/1929, Mackay) Frances Marion GILLIAM (b.29/12/1905 – d.26/8/1996, Bund’bg)

     |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |        Mervyn Bernett WARRELL (b.18/9/1910, Bundaberg) Clerk & Co.Exec.

     |       |       |              m.(15/2/1936, Bundaberg) Dorothy Beryl PILGRIM (b.21/2/1911, Murwillumbah, NSW)

     |       |       |               |

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– John PIDGEON (b.16/7/1882, Tiaro, Qld – d.18/5/1955, Bundaberg, Qld, Australia)

     |       |       |      m.(12/6/1907, Bundaberg) Mary Jane PALMER (b.8/10/1883, Bundaberg – d.20/9/1981, Bundaberg)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– James Claude PIDGEON (b.9/12/1909, Bundaberg – d.29/1/1995, Bundaberg) Loco Driver

     |       |       |       |      m1.() Dorothy Edith Maud ROBINSON

     |       |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |        James Alexander PIDGEON (b.7/1/1938 – d.8/1/1938, 1d, Bundaberg)

     |       |       |       |       :

     |       |       |       |      m2.(28/6/1941, Bundaberg) Kate Alice DUNNING (b.28/4/1909, Barking, Essex, England –

     |       |       |       |                                                                                                              d.14/3/1996, Bundaberg)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Linda Elsie PIDGEON (b.13/12/1911, Bundaberg)

     |       |       |       |      m.(10/6/1931, Bundaberg) Frank Herbert DENNINGS (b.12/2/1908, Howard, Qld – d.2/10/1990,

     |       |       |       |       |                                                                                                          Bundaberg) Loco Driver

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |        Beryl Rose PIDGEON (b.7/3/1916, Bundaberg)

     |       |       |              m.(15/7/1935, Bundaberg) Colin Thomas DOWLING (b.20/3/1914, Childers – d.22/2/1988,

     |       |       |               |                                                                                                   Bundaberg) General Carrier

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Albert PIDGEON (b.26/10/1884, Bundaberg – d.4/8/1970, Gladstone) Engine driver, carpenter

     |       |       |      m.(28/6/1911, Sydney, NSW) Elizabeth COURTICE (b.11/6/1887, Bundaberg – d.1/1969, Gladstone)

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Arthur PIDGEON (b.13/8/1903, Fairymead – d.3/9/1980, Sydney, NSW) Saddler, Labourer

     |       |       |      m.(29/4/1930, Sydney, NSW) Winifred MILTON (nιe BISHOP) (b.30/6/1898, Sydney – d.13/7/1966,

     |       |       |       |                                                                                                                         Newcastle, NSW)

     |       |       |

     |       |        Charles Hockley PIDGEON (b.9/5/1905, Bundaberg – d.28/5/1976, Brisbane)

     |       |              m.() Jean Bridget BARCLAY (b. – d.)

     |       |

     |      └  Elizabeth PIDGEON (b.19/12/1856, Stockland – bu.29/3/1857, Stockland)

     |

     |– Mary PIDGEON (b.24/11/1813, Stockland – d.)

     |      m.(17/12/1833, Stockland) Samuel SUMMERS (b.ab.1804, Stockland – d.) Ag Lab

     |       |    1851:  at Shortmoor, Stockland – Samuel & Mary; Mary, Samuel, Elizabeth, Emma, Ann (W,88,mother)

     |       |    1881:  at Mallins, Stockland – Samuel (border) with John BOYLAND & family

     |       |

     |       |– Mary Pidgeon SUMMERS (b.22/2/1834, Stockland – d.) Lace Maker

     |       |      m.(14/6/1859, Stockland) William Charles PEARCE (b.ab.1837, Chardstock – d.) Policeman,

     |       |       |                                                                                                                           Railway Plate Layer

     |       |       |    1881:  at Cleanmore, Milverton, Som. – William & Mary; Minnie, Albert, Elizabeth, Samuel

     |       |       |    1901:  at Milverton, Som – William & Mary

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Rosa PEARCE (b.27/9/1859, Stockland – d.)

     |       |       |– Minnie PEARCE (bp.20/2/1869, Newton Abbot –  d.)

     |       |       |– Albert PEARCE (b. 1871, Rattery – d.) Shoe Maker

     |       |       |      m.() Lucy ? (b.ab.1870, Plaitsford, Hants – d.)

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at Parkstone, Poole, Dor – Albert & Lucy;  Albert, Leslie

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Albert PEARCE (b.ab.1898, Bournemouth – d.)

     |       |       |      └  Leslie PEARCE (b.1900, Parkstone. Poole – d.)

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Elizabeth PEARCE (b.ab.1874, Milverton – d.)

     |       |      └  Samuel PEARCE (b.ab.1876, Milverton – d.) Carpenter

     |       |              m?(1901, Wellington, Som) Martha CORP (b.ab.1878,  - d.)

     |       |                    1901:  at Milverton, Som. – Samuel & Martha

     |       |

     |       |– Samuel SUMMERS (b.24/6/1836, Stockland – d.) Railway Ganger/Platelayer

     |       |      m.(6/9/1859, Stockland) Eliza POTTER (b.ab.1841, Whitestaunton – bu.18/3/1910, 71y, Feniton) Servant

     |       |       |    1881:  at Station, Feniton – Samuel & Eliza;  Jesse, Minnie, Richard, Sidney, Lucy

     |       |       |    1901:  at Feniton – Samuel & Eliza;  Minnie, Lucy

     |       |       |

     |       |       |– Jesse SUMMERS (b.7/8/1864, Stockland – bu.2/8/1916, 56y, Feniton)

     |       |       |    ?m.(1884, St Thomas) Lucy LOVERING (b.ab.1859, Ottery St Mary – d.)

     |       |       |       |  1901:  at Feniton – Jesse & Lucy;  Reginald, Alice, Courtney

     |       |       |       |

     |       |       |       |– Reginald SUMMERS (b.1890, Feniton – d.)

     |       |       |       |– Alice SUMMERS (b.1894, Feniton – d.)

     |       |       |      └  Courtney Raymond SUMMERS (b.1899, Feniton – d.)

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     |       |       |– Emma Jane SUMMERS (bp.2/6/1867, Talaton – d.)

     |       |       |– Minnie Annie SUMMERS (bp.2/6/1867, Talaton – d.)

     |       |       |– John SUMMERS (bp.8/9/1872, Talaton – d?1873, 0y, Honiton)

     |       |       |– Richard SUMMERS (bp.10/5/1873, Talaton – d.) Bricklayer

     |       |       |      m.() Ellen ? (b.ab.1871, Cullompton – d.)

     |       |       |            1901:  at Roath, Glamorgan – Richard & Ellen

     |       |       |– Sidney John SUMMERS (bp.11/3/1877, Feniton – d.)

     |       |      └  Lucy SUMMERS (bp.25/12/1880, Feniton – d.)

     |       |            ?m.(1910, Feniton) Percy John UNDERHILL (b.Twickenham? – d.)

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     |       |– Elizabeth SUMMERS (bp.23/6/1839, Stockland – d.) Glove Maker

     |       |      m1.(24/6/1862, Stockland) Samuel BOARD (b. – d.) Labourer

     |       |       |    1881:  at Fenny Bridges, Ottery St Mary – Elizabeth (wid); Ernest, Rosa, Emily BOARD + 2 boarders

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     |       |       |– Betsy BOARD (b.19/8/1862, Stockland – d.) Dom. Servant

     |       |       |– Jesse BOARD (b.7/8/1864, Stockland – d.) Bus Driver

     |       |       |      m.(17/4/1895, Honiton) Emma CLAPP (b.ab.1867, Combe Raleigh – d.)

     |       |       |       |    1901:  at Honiton – Jesse (?46) & Emma;  Allan

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     |       |       |      └  Allan BOARD (b.ab.1897, Honiton – d.)

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     |       |       |– Ernest BOARD (b.ab.1868, Ottery St Mary – d.)

     |       |       |– Rosa BOARD (b.ab.1870, Ottery St Mary – d.)

     |       |       |– Emily BOARD (b.ab.1872, Ottery St Mary – d.)

     |       |      └  Sidney Samuel BOARD (bp.15/4/1875, Ottery St Mary – d.)

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     |       |      m2.(26/5/1889, Ottery St Mary) Henry John BASTIN (b.ab.1856 – d.) Labourer

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     |      └  Emma SUMMERS (bp.3/3/1844, Stockland – d.)

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    └  Elizabeth PIDGEON (b.12/6/1816, Stockland – d.)


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