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From: Beryl Renton <>
Subject: [ENG-SOM-EASTCHINNOCK] BARTLETT
Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2008 23:56:00 +1000
References: <572337.82343.qm@web65409.mail.ac4.yahoo.com><amusker%40btinternet.com$81.153.110.25$.7D746A95B3D74D64929FD1E3C7C5C4A5@LatestPC><E7579B0377CD4B13A04D3C267DD5174E@Gwendalaptop>
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Hi Gwenda ...

I have Emily and Frederick but only have one child.

I have Frederick and Mary but no children.

Could I please ask for the children of these people please.


Beryl Renton
On 02/06/2008, at 10:24 AM, Gwenda Logan wrote:

> Hi Annette
>
> Do you have Emily Bartlett of Haselbury Plucknett in your line?
> She married
> Frederick Adams in 1848 and had 5 children. Frederick subsequently
> married
> Mary Gibbons and had another 4 sons. I am finding my Emily
> Bartlett to be
> elusive as I have no idea who her father was. I have a hunch her
> mother's
> name could have been Ann, but no proof.
>
> Cheers
> Gwenda from The Chinnocks
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "ANNETTE MUSKER" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Friday, May 30, 2008 7:50 AM
> Subject: Re: [ENG-SOM-EASTCHINNOCK] Two other snippits
>
>
>> I wonder which Mr J Bartlett this was. Without the forename I
>> suppose we
>> can't identify him, but I'd love to claim him and his pigs as
>> being of my
>> Bartletts, whether a James, John or Joseph.
>>
>> Cheers
>> Annette
>>
>>
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Janice Walker" <>
>> To: <>
>> Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2008 2:04 PM
>> Subject: [ENG-SOM-EASTCHINNOCK] Two other snippits
>>
>>
>> On the front of the EC Village Echoes is a picture of Albert
>> Young, one of
>> my family. He nearly didn't make it -
>>
>> June 1877
>>
>> Albert Young of East Chinnock was seriously injured when the
>> Widcombe
>> Bridge leading from the GWR to the Bath & West Agricultural Show
>> collapsed.
>> The 10.30 train from Weymouth had arrived and visitors "flocked
>> over the
>> bridge".
>>
>> Suddenly the structure snapped in the middle, and the passengers,
>> to the
>> number of 200, were precipitated into the River Avon..
>>
>> ..reports the number of dead..at ten or twelve and the injured at
>> fifty
>> one. The river was much swollen by the heavy rains of last week,
>> and many
>> persons were carried away by the strength of the current. .. Very
>> many
>> lives
>> were saved by small pleasure boats.
>>
>>
>>
>> Another amusing snippit -
>>
>> 1843
>>
>> .a sow belonging to Mr J Bartlett, of East Chinnock.. Farrowed
>> thirteen
>> pigs, one of which, that only survived a few minutes, was peculiarly
>> remarkable, having the appearance of a parrot on one part of its
>> body, its
>> hind legs across, and its head like that of a dog.
>>
>>
>>
>> Jan
>>
>>
>>
>>
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