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Re: Pettigrove/Frost/Lee/Rossiter/Hills
« Reply #27 on: Thursday 10 December 09 14:43 GMT (UK) »
Hi
Just a quick request.  I received an email from the Gran Daughter of Susan Rossiter.....two weeks ago. I cant use her name but it begins with D....we have been in touch for years. She sent me her new email address and I have lost it..so can she get in touch again. Sorry I lost it as we have not had a chat for years.  Have just found another nice bit of info on the family and will post soon as I canXXX
Pettigrove. - any area and country.
Lee. Gypsy - Kent area .
Yelding.Hornby.Frost. Fossett,Travelling showmen and circus connections.
Adams.Tomlin.Penfold.Rossiter. Baker.Keefe.Allen my Kent connections.
Baker - Canterbury
Tanner. Eastbourne and  Horsham area.
Rout . Brighton

Whitehead- Burnley Lancs.

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Re: Pettigrove/Frost/Lee/Rossiter/Hills
« Reply #28 on: Thursday 10 December 09 21:45 GMT (UK) »
Hi there,
I am descended from Richard Pettigrove and Charlotte Yelding via their second son Thomas.
They also had Britton and Ann Emma.

According to the info I have Charles Frost aka Pettigrove was Charlottes son by her first husband who died and not Richard Pettigroves son. I dont have Mr Frosts first name. She also had a daughter Caroline by her first husband.
She married Richard Pettigrove in Oct 1852 and on the marriage certificate she is a widow.

Charles was brought up by Richard Pettigrove but looks like he used his own fathers name of Frost as well as Pettigrove. It would appear that his descendents dropped the name Frost at some point.

In 1851 census you can see Charlotte back home in Beaconsfield with her parents after the death of her first husband with her two children named Frost also there.

Thomas Yelding 54
Ann Yelding 51
Elizabeth Yelding 28
Catherine Farmer 26
Charlotte Frost 24
Henry Yelding 17
Harriet Yelding 8
Ann Lee 16
Caroline Frost 5
Charles Frost 2
 
She returned to Beaconsfield in later life and was buried there when she died in 1901.

I hope this info helps

 

 
Amer
Bird
Light
Pelham
Pettigrove
Smith
Yelding

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Re: Pettigrove/Frost/Lee/Rossiter/Hills
« Reply #29 on: Tuesday 05 January 10 22:41 GMT (UK) »
Hi There just found this site, I been in touch with Rita Pettigrove. My grandmother was Maria Pettigrove, she married into the Rossiters, Rita has been very kind, the imfo I have has came from her. Would like to get in touch with any Pettigroves/Rossiters/Frost/Lee/Hills/ Would be great of any imfo on my family. I got some, would share. Best Wishesx

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« Reply #30 on: Tuesday 05 January 10 23:02 GMT (UK) »
Hi There PAILMAKER,Yes we are a big family, Wow I would love to stay in touch with you. can we email? Let me know ,

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« Reply #31 on: Wednesday 06 January 10 14:51 GMT (UK) »
Researching the Pettigroves/Rossiters. Any help will be great. Send me a message to me, you even might be related? We are a big family!! Many Thanks

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Re: Pettigrove/Frost/Lee/Rossiter/Hills
« Reply #32 on: Thursday 07 January 10 21:13 GMT (UK) »
This is the 1911 census transcript for Mariah Pettigrove who married Jacob 'Coco' Rossiter. The family were in a caravan at the fairground near Faversham, I cant read the village name.  Looks like Orpinge.

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Re: Pettigrove/Frost/Lee/Rossiter/Hills
« Reply #33 on: Thursday 07 January 10 21:16 GMT (UK) »
1911 census transcript for Jacob Rossiters family. The couple had 15 kids, 2 of whom died by 1911.
 
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« Reply #34 on: Thursday 07 January 10 21:53 GMT (UK) »
Hi Thankyou so much on the Rossiters. So of the imfo I had, Have you any photos. I have a few. And I am sure we are related. You said on the Roberts, side. I knew him as punch!! Am I right. They had girls and 1 boy??

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« Reply #35 on: Thursday 07 January 10 22:08 GMT (UK) »
Hi Rebekahm 28       Can I ask if you go to Stow On The Wold, as they hold a horse. Big one. Hope you don,t mind me asking. I have been in touch with Lenny. Which was nice. We are a big family. Best Wishes