Hibbitt & Barnes Family History

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Ann Ansley (d. 1728) - Biography - £0.45

Biography of Ann Ansley (died 1728) who married Arthur Pitcher and lived in and around Newland, Gloucestershire.

 

Ann's husband, Arthur Pitcher (d. 1708), is mentioned in the document.

 

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Benjamin Pitcher (abt. 1774-1857) & Sarah Rice (abt. 1781-1850) - Biography - £1.20

Biography of Benjamin Pitcher, the younger, abt. 1774-1857) and his wife, Sarah Rice (abt. 1781-1850). Benjamin was a yeoman/farmer, originally from Rockhampton, but later lived in Uley, both in Gloucestershire. Sarah lived in Slimbridge, Coaley and Uley, Gloucestershire.

 

The document also mentions Benjamin's uncle and aunt: Daniel Bailey (d. 1808) and Ann Worgan (abt. 1752-1823). Benjamin's will names all of his children, including his married daughters: James [Rice] Pitcher, John [Worgan] Pitcher, Daniel [Bailey] Pitcher, Elizabeth Pitcher, William [Worgan] Pitcher, Sarah Powell, Mary Richmond, Timothy Pitcher and his deceased daughter, Ann [Bailey] Fryer, in addition to his grandsons, William Worgan Pitcher and John Pitcher.

 

(Please note: You may also like the document, Hodgecombe Farm, Uley, Goucestershire, available within the Pitcher, Powell and Rice sections of the E-Shop.)

 

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Daniel Bailey (d. 1808) & Ann Worgan (abt. 1752-1823) - Biography - £0.65

Biography of Daniel Bailey (d. 1808) and his wife, Ann Worgan (abt. 1752-1823). Daniel was a timber merchant from Cowley and Ann was originally from Woolaston, both in Gloucestershire.

 

The document also mentions Ann's nephew, Benjamin Pitcher (abt. 1774-1857).

 

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Dursley, Gloucestershire - Bigland Transcript of Monumental Inscriptions - £1.99

A transcript for the town of Dursley taken from the book, 'Historical Monumental And Genealogical Collections Relative To The County Of Gloucester printed from the papers of the late Ralph Bigland'. (Contains 50 pages and over 900 names.)

 

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Fretherne, Gloucestershire - Bigland Transcript of Monumental Inscriptions - £0.39

A transcript for the parish of Fretherne taken from the book, 'Historical Monumental And Genealogical Collections Relative To The County Of Gloucester printed from the papers of the late Ralph Bigland'. Contains approximately 50 names, including about a dozen incumbents.

 

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Henry James Weaver (1882-1916) - In Search of Henry - £0.65

An article written by Annie for the Discover Your History magazine about Henry James Weaver (1882-1916). It tells the story of how Annie's great-grandfather was accidentally killed during World War I.

 

The article features the following individuals: Henry James Weaver (1882-1916), Henry's wife, Florence Smale (1888-1921) and daughter, Phyllis Grace Weaver (1916-2005).

 

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Hodgecombe Farm, Uley, Gloucestershire - £0.75

A 2-document bundle!
1. Hodgecombe Farm - 1971 Auctioneer's Details
2. Hodgecombe Farm, A Brief History

 

During the 19th century, Hodgecombe Farm was the home of Benjamin Pitcher and his wife, Sarah (nee Rice). Afterwards, the farm was managed by their eldest son, James Rice Pitcher, and his wife, Ann (nee Powell).

 

(Please note: you may also like the document, Benjamin Pitcher (abt. 1774-1857) & Sarah Rice (abt. 1781-1850) - Biography, available within the Pitcher and Rice sections of the E-Shop.)

 

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James Rice (abt. 1752-1829) - Last Will and Testament (Transcript) - £0.50

A transcript of the Last Will and Testament of James Rice (abt. 1752-1829). James was a yeoman who lived in Coaley in Gloucestershire and Slimbridge before that.

 

James' wife and daughter, both called Betty Rice, are mentioned in the document, as are his other adult children, Edward Rice, Sarah Pitcher and Ann Savage. Ann's husband, Joseph Savage is an executor.

 

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James Smale (d. abt. 1812) - Last Will and Testament (Transcript) - £0.45

A transcript of the last Will and Testament of James Smale (d. abt. 1812) who was a yeoman from Shebbear in Devon. James might also have lived in the nearby villages of Bradford and Black Torrington.

 

The document mentions James' second wife, Mary (formerly Mary Cooper), his six sons, James Smale, John Smale, William Smale, Thomas Smale, Edward Smale and Richard Smale and also his daughter, Mary Smale.

 

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John Dando (abt. 1715-1775) - Biography - £0.65

Biography of John Dando (abt. 1715-1775) who was a hat maker from Dursley in Gloucestershire.

 

(Please note: You may also like John Dando (abt. 1715-1775) - My Ancestor's Religious Legacy, available within the Dando section of the E-Shop.)

 

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