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Re: Baileys Piece Highworth - any idea?
« Reply #9 on: Monday 22 February 16 18:59 GMT (UK) »
I have him married to Mary Brown in 1836 and they had at least 2 daughters Hannah and Jane.

Mary died age 35 16 March 1847 and Benjamin married Elizabeth 25 Dec 1847.
He died 19 Nov 1903 age 90.

Will look more details out for you  :)
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Re: Baileys Piece Highworth - any idea?
« Reply #10 on: Monday 22 February 16 20:24 GMT (UK) »
Children of John Moore and Mary Lay - all now deceased.  I remember a few of the younger ones especially Ethel Kate as she lived two doors down from my Gran

Sarah Ann born 1886
John born 1888
William born 1889
Edith Mary born 1891
Albert Chares born 1893
Florence born 1895
Percy born 1897
Elizabeth May born 1900
Amelia born 1902
Thomas Edward born 1905
Lily my grandmother born 1907
Ethel Kate born 1910
Reginald Arthur born 1912 

 
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Re: Baileys Piece Highworth - any idea?
« Reply #11 on: Monday 22 February 16 20:40 GMT (UK) »
Children of Benjamin and Elizabeth I have the following

Sarah Jane 1848
William 1851
Elizabeth 1854
Henry 1856
Mary Ann 1858
Emma 1860
Edward 1862
Benjamin 1864
Jane 1866
Mary my great grandmother 1868
Mary Ann 1868 - might be wrong with that one
Ann 1870
Caroline 1873
Fanny 1876
Eliza 1879
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Re: Baileys Piece Highworth - any idea?
« Reply #12 on: Friday 26 February 16 17:01 GMT (UK) »
Go to    http://maps.nls.uk/view/106026112
This is a 25 inch O.S. map  Sheet Wiltshire XI.2 published 1877.
You can count the cottages, T

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Re: Baileys Piece Highworth - any idea?
« Reply #13 on: Wednesday 20 December 17 21:46 GMT (UK) »
My 2xgreat aunt Catherine Carter married a Henry Higgins who is shown living at Baileys Piece in the 1851 census. This has been an interesting thread.
Carter - Chilbolton, Hampshire
Clarke - Berkhamstead, Herts, Crowle, Lincolnshire
Gosden - Chertsey, Addlestone, Shalford, Wonersh
Aston (Ashton) - Blakeney, Gloucs
Elias - Wales
Miles - Llanelli, Breconshire or Monmouthshire
Howard - Horsell, Woking, Surrey
Sarchet and Le Lechure - Guernsey
Duckham - Plymouth, Devon
Stanyon - Rutland
Cannon - East London, Bethnal Green
Cannons - West Tytherley, Hampshire