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Re: PARTRIDGE
« Reply #9 on: Monday 06 November 17 15:33 GMT (UK) »
Hi

I realise this thread is very old now but I have not been looking at my tree a year yet and having read this I am confused and feel like I have slipped up and gone down a wrong road with my Partridges. somewhere.

I have a line coming from Briston area in Norfolk to Sheffield with one John Hardy Partridge 1836-1917, his son Charles Partridge 1857-1922 was my GGGrandfather m Martha Gregory (b Unstone 1858-1935)

Charles had lots of children
Sarah Ann Partridge 1876 - 1969 (I have photos of her)
Hannah Partridge b.1877
John Partridge b.1881 (My Dad remembers him as Jack)
Louisa Partridge b.1887
George Henry Partridge b.1888
Percy Partridge 1890 - 1960 (My Dad remembers him a a steelworker married Nellie?)
Alice Partridge b.1894
Florence Partridge b.1896
Lawrence Partridge 1899 - 1905
Frank Partridge 1900 - 1900
Their daughter Sarah Ann Partridge b1876 Whittington Moor was my Great Grandmother she was married twice William Henry Buxton and Frank Ferris

There seems to be no Darlaston/Gun connection John Hardy and Charles were farm labourers and seemingly came to work in the steel works.

Any help putting me on the right road would be greatly appreciated, unless I am not wrong!

Andy



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Re: PARTRIDGE
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 01 March 18 22:19 GMT (UK) »
Hi Andyb9869
Do you have any info on Partridges in Briston before john hardy Partridge of Briston?
Many thanks
Lola

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Re: PARTRIDGE
« Reply #11 on: Friday 02 March 18 10:02 GMT (UK) »
Lola5

Hello, I was beginning to think that I had made John Hardy up!

I have his parents (if I am correct)

Thomas Partridge 1797-1878 Wood Dalling, Norfolk
Elizabeth Hardy 1813-3rd March 1891 Thurning, Norfolk

Possible parents of Thomas

Robert Partridge no dates
Sarah Dyball I have seen it spelled Dybell and others
Only info is that they married Salthouse, Norfolk, England Jan 2 1781

What do you know and what is your connection, I would be very excited to find out more on this line. I have JHPs wife Sarah Ann Rudd's line going back to 1767

JHP baptism https://www.dropbox.com/s/umo09ndc3wooov1/charles_partridge_baptism.png?dl=0

JHP 1861 Census https://www.dropbox.com/s/5dpe94ysnq7zak6/jhp3.PNG?dl=0

Andy




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Re: PARTRIDGE
« Reply #12 on: Friday 02 March 18 11:20 GMT (UK) »
Thanks for replying.
No  you didnt make john hardy Partridge up. His son charles went to yorkshire. Charles was one of a large family.
I am not connected with partridge family.
They are connected with a house history in Briston  in whtich i am interested.
Some partridges were baptised at Brizton methodist church. Others at All saints Briston.
A Robert Partridge had some cloth stolen from an oouthouse in st George Colgate Norwich in 1782.
Anda john an Thomas Partridge were farmersin 1802 in norfolk. See norfolk chronicles.

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Re: PARTRIDGE
« Reply #13 on: Friday 02 March 18 13:20 GMT (UK) »
I would love to know all the information you have on them.

Charles was my Great Great Grandfather, married Martha Gregory, Unstone nr Sheffield. They had several children one of which was Sarah Ann my Great Grandmother photo of her at the link with Winifred Ferris and Samuel Barker my Dads parents

https://www.dropbox.com/s/nx26nggna7jdor2/nan_gdad_barker-Sarah_Partrdge.jpg?dl=0

There must be people out there with knowledge of the family given it's size. I have many contacts all over the world for other branches of my tree and knowledge has been easy to obtain.

Andy

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Re: PARTRIDGE
« Reply #14 on: Friday 02 March 18 14:37 GMT (UK) »
Norfolk record office has  a manuscript on the Partridge Family of Kings Lynn Norfolk.
From 1576 to 1952.thereRe 97 files
It  is numbered Mc 55/72.

It would seem one Henry Partridge of London 1604-1666 purchaseda manor of Lowbrook in Berkshire ( a county not far from London) and from there moved to Norfolk.
I cannot view these files at Norfolk a live tofar away . And cannot travel but someone may have alreadyviewed them and could maybe help you

Here,s how the names go
Henry Partridge 1604- 1666
ditto   ditto.         To 1670
Ditto.  Ditto.  1671 to 1733
And his brother Robert166-1710
1692 to 1742
Henry Partridge1711-1793
Henry Partridge 1746-1803
1814-1815
Henry Samuel Partrige 1782-1858
William Luke Partridge 1819-1876
And Robert Partridge 1815-1878 and hs family
1849- 1952.
Familytrees 1576 to 1927
Poems
Songs
Portraits and photos 1783-1870
Miscellaneous docs
1548-1646
So if you link up with any of these well that would take you right back.
There were also Partridges at Holkham Hall Norfolk.

You just need some kind  Partridge living in Norfolk england to take a look at these files!!

Or may be ontact the Norfolk Record Office. Norwich England and see if they can help.
There would be charges for any photocopying etc which might be

I have a list of Charles siblings somewhere..
Have a look on Wiki tree as there are folk doing Partridge trees on there.
Alsolook on Partridge message boards.