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Please leave a comment in my guestbook to let me know that you've dropped by. If, however, you'd like to send me an email, please feel free to use my contact form - Annie Barnes (website owner).


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Hello. What an interesting website. My interest is in the Hibbett/Hibbitt name. My husband is descended from Henry Hibbett of Empingham, who moved from Rutland to York. His father was William, born in 1792. This has caused us some problems as there were two Williams born that year. One,who's parents were William and Elizabeth (William senior being a son of Matthew and Frances H). The other one being the son of Luke and Mary H - Luke being son of William H and Elizabeth Skillett.
So we have a conundrum. However either way, they are all related, and all descend initially form John Ibbott and Ann Tubbs. So my husband is a distant relative of yours.
Congratulations on a very interesting website.


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I found your web site while looking for Jehoiada Dando. I think Jehoiada maybe my children's 4th great grandfather. Maurice Dando born 1848 emigrated to New Zealand in 1880. Maurice's father was Edward born 1812. Edward's father was Jehoiada and his mother was Lydia Bridgeman. I know from trying to read Jehoiada's will that he had a brother Joseph. I have not proved these details but I am wondering if any of this is familiar to you. Thank you for an excellent web site. Elaine

Admin reply: Hello Elaine. There is a definite connection to my family. I've sent you an email.


Added: April 27, 2014 at 6:25
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Great work. :)

Added: October 21, 2013 at 19:51
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What a wonderful site you have! Thank you for all the information you have dug up on the Dando family. I'm related to Joseph Dando and Ann Murch. Their daughter,Louisa, married Charles James Metcalfe ( my great great grandparents) I have a lot of Metcalfe history after a visit to Bedfordshire last year, but knew little about the Dandos. Next time I'm in the UK I shall have to visit Bristol and Dursley. Best wishes, Ruth

Added: April 14, 2013 at 8:14
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My father Henry Robert Pitcher b 1923 d 1984
His mother was Florence Lilian Hewer b 1896 d 1985
His father was Joseph Henry Pitcher b 1899 d 1933 his father was Joseph Pitcher b 1849 his wife ?
His father was Daniel Bailey Pitcher who married Mary Ann Fryer. I have searched your Pitcher site
often but I didnot think we all where related, I am proud to be part of your family.

Mary Pitcher


Added: January 27, 2013 at 21:01
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Hi - found your website today whilst working on the Fryer's. Very interesting and very thorough research. I am writing because Mary Fryer (1723 - 1786) was my 5th great grandmother, her son Thomas (1772) had a daughter Elizabeth (1791 - Newnham). She married Thomas Ayland (1792 - Arlingham). Thomas Ayland's father was Isaac Ayland (1757 - Arlingham) who was my 4th great grandfather.
Hope this may be of interest to you ?
Gill


Added: January 10, 2013 at 20:12
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Hi... nice website. I have Geakes from Tavistock in my line although the dates are consistently a few years later. Still, I wouldn't be surprised if we're distant cousins somewhere down the line.

Anyway, I just wanted to say hello and that I enjoyed looking through your website...

keith


Added: September 26, 2012 at 20:50
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I have the parents of Hannah Poulston on my tree - Nathaniel Poulston (1773-1850) and Sarah Barton (1775-1811). They had a daughter Hannah in 1803, who is likely to be the one in your tree, though I cannot be sure without the marriage details, which may show her parents.

Added: June 26, 2012 at 11:18
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Hi Annie. I was so excited to hear this morning from my brother about your website. I am really interested in the Hibbitt side of your tree. I never knew my grandfather, great grandfather and grat great grandfather were all called Alfred. Same as my dad. Keep up the good work. Lynda

Added: December 18, 2011 at 13:34
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My family were in Exton, Rutland during the 1700 & 1800's. The male line seemed to take the christian name of John or John William or John William Herbert. Any connection?

Added: October 13, 2011 at 15:30
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