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cutcombe parish records
« on: Thursday 11 January 07 09:09 GMT (UK) »
does anyone have access to cutcombe parish records please?
iam looking for baptisms of william baker and mary's children and also there marriage.
i have son john bapt 13th nov 1770 and son thomas born c1771 but that is it.
any help would be gratefully appreciated
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alli
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Re: cutcombe parish records
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 11 January 07 17:14 GMT (UK) »
Hi Alli,

I don't have access to any parish records but there is come information on BAKERs of Cutcombe on the following web page which may be of use to you:

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Park/2283/families/baker.html#william_baker_m1770

and

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Park/2283/families/baker.html#thomas_baker_b1781

The first link appears to have the family you're looking for with the names of William & Mary's children as well as Mary's maiden name and their marriage date.

Hope this is useful.

Regards,

Al

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Re: cutcombe parish records
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 11 January 07 21:17 GMT (UK) »
 :o al ................ you are a complete star many many thanks
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somerset- quick,baker,stephens,atyeo,rowswell,callow,marks
durham- marshall,fairbairn
worcestershire- stephens,bishop
gloucestershire - stephens
middlesex - chesney


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Re: cutcombe parish records
« Reply #3 on: Friday 12 January 07 00:01 GMT (UK) »
Glad I could help Alli.

Did you see that there was an e-mail address on the page for the person that collected the data?  I spotted it after I replied to your post!

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Al
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Re: cutcombe parish records
« Reply #4 on: Friday 12 January 07 18:11 GMT (UK) »
yes thanks al i emailed him as we have conflicting info.my thomas baker married grace crockford and we have him listed as son of william baker and mary nee edbrooke as does he with the other thomas.
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somerset- quick,baker,stephens,atyeo,rowswell,callow,marks
durham- marshall,fairbairn
worcestershire- stephens,bishop
gloucestershire - stephens
middlesex - chesney

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Re: cutcombe parish records
« Reply #5 on: Thursday 04 February 16 11:30 GMT (UK) »
does anyone have access to cutcombe parish records please?
iam looking for baptisms of william baker and mary's children and also there marriage.
i have son john bapt 13th nov 1770 and son thomas born c1771 but that is it.
any help would be gratefully appreciated
regards
alli

Hello Alli,

I know this topic is ancient, but you are a Baker the post is Somerset and Cutcombe and William Baker and Mary Edbrooke.

Have you worked out your Cutcombe folks? How are you connected?

William and Mary were my 6th great grandparents. I descend from their eldest son John b Nov 1770 and and then Thomas b 1808.  :)

I have lots of info of my direct line. Getting back from Thomas to John was a major breakthrough for me.  8)

Would enjoy sharing and comparing.  :D

Salute,

Janelle
Goodhind Coleman Wes(t)cott Taylor Tuck Sa(u)nders Warren How(e) Sminney Radford Frost Frank(e) Pool(e) Se(a)rle Moore Quick Veysey Ware Stoat(e) Kerslake Channon Drake Melhuish Hodge(s) in Devon;
Warren Baker Carpenter Crocombe Slocombe Greenslade Edbrooke Houndel Webber Tidball Sully Tout Veysey Wheddon in Somerset;
Bla(y)ney Johnston Crozier Moore Fleming Moffitt in Fermanagh and possibly Moffitt in Tyrone; Killen Chapman in Down; Dwyer Enright in Limerick; Linehan Murphy Driscoll in Cork

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Re: cutcombe parish records
« Reply #6 on: Thursday 04 February 16 11:40 GMT (UK) »
hi janelle
i am descendant from william and mary's son Thomas born 1781 there 6th child
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somerset- quick,baker,stephens,atyeo,rowswell,callow,marks
durham- marshall,fairbairn
worcestershire- stephens,bishop
gloucestershire - stephens
middlesex - chesney

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« Reply #7 on: Thursday 04 February 16 11:57 GMT (UK) »
william baker married mary edbrooke their son Thomas born 1781, married grace crockford and their son thomas born 1806, married sarah poole and their son again named Thomas born 1832 married susan widlake and their son john born 1869 married sarah jane adams their second child ernest john was my great grandfather
have plenty of info re my line but none re your line so any info would be gratefully received
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alli
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somerset- quick,baker,stephens,atyeo,rowswell,callow,marks
durham- marshall,fairbairn
worcestershire- stephens,bishop
gloucestershire - stephens
middlesex - chesney

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Re: cutcombe parish records
« Reply #8 on: Thursday 04 February 16 13:05 GMT (UK) »
Allie,

And I thought Thomas married Jane Crockford.  :-\

Oh, I shall have to check my research. I have not put any of Thomas's in-laws into my tree, or my reason for thinking it was Jane he married. I can see from other sources that Jane and Grace are probably sisters, dau of James and Joan. Both sisters marry a Thomas Baker a piece, wow.

I also understood that Thomas was a blacksmith like his father, as per William's will (d 1816). That is a beautiful document with some interesting spelling by the clerk and William's distribution of his spoons.  8)

I did see Thomas b 1813 son of Thomas and Grace when I was looking for the baptism of my Thomas (b 1808 Luxborough), son of John and Ann Greenslade. John was a shopkeeper at Luxborough which is per William's will.

Too many Thomas Baker of Cutcombe. I thought having 3 x John Baker to chose from was a test, but sorting the Crockford / Baker marriages will be interesting.

I have bought copies of Stoate's transcriptions for Cutcombe, Exford and places in between and found more in them than on http://www.wsom.org.uk/ or FreeREG. I enjoy searching registers in book form, easy to do on the bus to work. Using them I have gone back through the Edbrookes back to William and his wife Richord Houndel c 1633 in Exford.

Thankyou for getting back to me with your connection to W and M. I'll look into Uncle Tom and see why I have what.

Salute,

Janelle

Goodhind Coleman Wes(t)cott Taylor Tuck Sa(u)nders Warren How(e) Sminney Radford Frost Frank(e) Pool(e) Se(a)rle Moore Quick Veysey Ware Stoat(e) Kerslake Channon Drake Melhuish Hodge(s) in Devon;
Warren Baker Carpenter Crocombe Slocombe Greenslade Edbrooke Houndel Webber Tidball Sully Tout Veysey Wheddon in Somerset;
Bla(y)ney Johnston Crozier Moore Fleming Moffitt in Fermanagh and possibly Moffitt in Tyrone; Killen Chapman in Down; Dwyer Enright in Limerick; Linehan Murphy Driscoll in Cork