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The following information was given to me via email. I don’t know who originally did the research (some was done by Henry CHRISTMAS) so I can not vouch for its accuracy without sources. It is however an excellent guideline. I do believe this family tree has gone back one more generation but I am unable to access it as I don’t have the updated version to read it. I am happy to send the files I do have to you as we appear to by family. So, g’day cuz.
Thomas b? d1589 of Northchapel,SSX and Binsted HAM (yeoman of Eastlands).
1st m=? (your line)
2nd m=1582 Agnes LICKFOLD (LYKEFOLD and other variations)
NOTE: Some online sources say that he only married once and that your line is from Thomas & Agnes. I have also seen various variations of how much he presumably “donated” to the Armada fund in 1588. Some say £5 othes say up to £25.
Balthasar d1603 North Chapel m=1580 Chiddingfold SRY to Margaret RAPLEY
William b1583 Lurgshall m= AGNES (don’t know if this is first of surname)
Henry b1645 d?(clothier) m=1674 Farnham to Ann BRIDGER d1703
Henry b1675 Lurgashall m=?
John b1719 d1782 Kirdford (yeoman) m= Elizabeth ELLIOTT
William b1762 d1837 Pentworth (farmer) m=1785 Kindford to Ann COOPER b1761 d1828
Samuel b1799 Pentworth (carpenter) m=1820 Brighton to Elizabeth DAVIS
FREDERICK b1825 Brighton (carpenter) m=1849 Brighton to Elizabeth Ann TILL. They emigrated to New Zealand in 1862/1864
Gross Joseph Sherwood was born in 1826, at birth place, to William Sherwood and Martha Sherwood (born Gross).
William was born circa 1796, in Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, England.
Martha was born circa 1794, in Rushden, Northamptonshire, England.
Gross had 6 siblings: Edmund Sherwood, James P Sherwood and 4 other siblings.
Gross married Evelina Sherwood (born Dore) in 1847, at age 21 at marriage place.
Evelina was born circa 1828, in Portsea, Portsmouth. Hampshire.
They had 10 children: Joseph Gross Sherwood, Emma Dore (born Sherwood) and 8 other children.
12580413 516533 Mabel Sherwood 17 Hants Portsmouth Southampton Portsmouth General Serv Domestic 999 71
12580593 516538 Henry Sherwood 48 Hants Portsmouth Southampton Portsmouth Retired Railway Engine Driver 999 73
12580594 516538 Mary Sherwood 38 Hants Portsmouth Southampton Portsmouth 999 73
12580595 516538 Eva Sherwood 20 Hants Portsmouth Southampton Portsmouth 999 73
12580596 516538 George Sherwood 13 Hants Portsmouth Southampton Portsmouth Errand Boy 999 73
12580597 516538 Frank Sherwood 11 Hants Portsmouth Southampton Portsmouth 999 73
12580599 516539 Dora Sherwood 7 Hants Portsmouth Southampton Portsmouth 999 74
12580600 516539 Horace Sherwood 3 Hants Portsmouth Southampton Portsmouth 999 74
12580601 516539 Leonard Sherwood 2 Hants Portsmouth Southampton Portsmouth 999 74
12581809 516585 George Sherwood 35 Hants Portsmouth Southampton Portsmouth Railway Clerk 999 97
12581810 516585 Julia Sherwood 33 Hants Portsmouth Southampton Portsmouth 999 97
12581811 516585 Reginald Sherwood 6 Hants Portsmouth Southampton Portsmouth 999 97
BORN 3 AUG 1851 Constitution Sq. Kingston, Portsmouth
DIED 9 MAY 1923 265 Milton Rd. Portsmouth
Family tree chart - ancestors and descendents together, might have to scroll right a bit >> leave me feedback about it.
FATHER Joseph Gross Sherwood 1826 - ??
MOTHER Evelina Dore 1822 - ??
SPOUSE Mary Rout -
We have 4 ancestors for Henry, 0 for his father Joseph, 2 for his mother Evelina. We have 17 descendents for Henry. We have 786 people in this family tree with 98 different surnames, including 19 called Sherwood. Sherwood is the 4th most common name in our tree.
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Clarke family tree, and connecting branches and roots, from Hampshire, UK to the Titanic and beyond... so far we have links for the names [name]CLARKE[/name], CLARK, [name]COLE[/name], [name]DONNELLY[/name], [name]DUNCANSON[/name], [name]GRANT[/name], [name]GREGORY[/name], [name]HALL[/name], [name]HARRIS[/name], [name]HAZZARD[/name], [name]HUCKLE[/name], [name]IRISH[/name], [name]LESTER[/name], [name]LYMAN[/name], [name]MORRIS[/name], [name]O'BRIEN[/name], [name]RAINEY[/name], [name]RHODES[/name], [name]SAMWAYS[/name], [name]SHERWOOD[/name], [name]SMITH[/name], [name]TEE[/name], [name]TILL[/name], [name]TRIBE[/name], [name]WEEKS[/name], [name]WILDY[/name], [name]WINDEBANK[/name], and [name]WINFIELD[/name]... If you think you might have a link into our family tree, or would like to put out a request for genealogy assistance, Please leave a message and I Paul Clarke will try to help...