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Several descendants relocated to the Swansea and Neath areas in Glamorgan. Moule was in several instances used as a middle name.
Elizabeth's grand daughter was Agnes Moule Stote nee Lance b. 1841 Barnstaple d. 1926 Swansea. She married into the Stote family, an old mariner family from Port Eynon in the Gower.
Appreciated my family come from Sutton poyntz in England but my grandfather is unknown I know he was a sailor any thing about the raishley heratidge would be appreciated my grandmother was Martha
As far as I know our families are not connected.
My Grandad is Hubert Charles William Ransome (1895-1979) so my father is his son. If its any help to you I can send you all the details to yourself via email regarding all his marriage, children, grandchildren if you wanted to expand further.
Looking forward to hearing from you
I cannot seem to be able to upload photo. Please email privately and i can send it to you
There is a whole new family here in New Zealand born From Annie who immigrated in 1911 on the ship "Ruahine" with her husband James Frederick Clarke, a joiner, and 3 children, and one more born in NZ in 1916. If there is any information I can help with on this branch, please get in touch. I have submitted my email address.
Sophia was the daughter of Mary Clarges and George Norborne Vincent.
Mary Clarges was the daughter of Sir Thomas Clarges, and it's worth a read up on him in the history books, especially if youre wondering where the surname Monck came from.
George Norborne Vincent, Sophia's father, was the First Gentleman Usher to Queen Charlotte, the wife of the Mad King, George III. (the man who tasted her food).
Both of Sophia's grandfathers were also well connected - although Philip Vincent died 4 years previously, he was named as the father of George Norborne Vincent b 1751. Oddly, Norborne Berkeley, a reputed womanizer paid his fees to Eton. Philip had been a Captain in the Royal Navy and is also mentioned in the history books.
I am happy to share what I have on Sophia and George Vincent to anyone who asks. I am yet to discover any interested descendant, which I think is a real shame.
kind regards to whoever reads this.
My name is Julie Archer, born 30th October 1957. My grandfather was Albert Archer, born 1900, son of Lewis Archer and Annie. Looks Like we are related! We were all coal miners in Worsborough Dale near Barnsley. It was grim! My father, Trevor managed to get us out of the pits and we went on to thrive.
Kind Regards, Jennifer Coles
Thank you for this amazingly detailed family tree. It is such a wonderful gift to future generations hoping to discover more about their ancestry.
I am wondering if I can speak to Rose Reilly about her work on the Ferrari family in Albareto, Parma, Italy. My great great grandfather, Giovanni Ferrari, was likely born to Elisabetta Figoni and Giovanni Ferrari (he and his brother, Antonio, later immigrated to California).
I am wondering where Rose found her information so I can do some digging myself, hopefully to find Giovanni's date of birth. If my suspicion is correct, I am very happy to add the US lineage to this tree 🙂