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Old 18th February 2010, 00:11   #41
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Re: NEWBERY family of Hampton Court

Hello Julie,

Thanks for that. It's a possibility considering the area. They lived the area on both sides of the Thames in Hamptom and Kingston.

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Re: NEWBERY family of Hampton Court

I have ancestors who were also at Hampton Court. I'm not finding a parish register online, nor available on CD - have I missed something or does it not exist at present? I've gathered most of what I need, but would really like to get a look at the whole thing to fill in a couple of gaps ... Thanks so much!

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Re: NEWBERY family of Hampton Court

Hello and to FHUK.

Although I have some in my tree from Hampton I'll have to leave an answer to your question to one of the UK-based senior members.

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Re: NEWBERY family of Hampton Court

Thanks, Dave! It's good to be here!

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Re: NEWBERY family of Hampton Court

Hello,

I searched but so far failed to find out if these are available on CD or not.

St Mary Hampton, Middlesex

All Saints Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey

I hope someone knows. Thanks.

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Re: NEWBERY family of Hampton Court

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I searched but so far failed to find out if these are available on CD or not.

St Mary Hampton, Middlesex

All Saints Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey

I hope someone knows. Thanks.

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Thanks, Dave. St Mary Hampton is the one I'd like to find; haven't come across it anywhere though. Some records are online (LDS FamilySearch, ancestry.com) but I'd like to be able to look through an entire register as with some I've gotten on CD. Well, one can wish .... If you have someone who lived at Hampton Court Palace I may be able to help. Will be glad to if I can. A 3x-g-grandfather of mine was a confectioner during the early 1800s, and I've been pointed toward an interesting document by a very kind staffer at the palace who saw a request for info I'd posted on a forum.

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Hi I hope someone reads this and responds. I just did a DNA ancestory sample and looked this up online.... I am Linda Newbery my father was Edgar John Newbery born in Paris France and later moved to New York. I only know of one sibling of his a younger brother Harold,,,,, I would like to add more if someone would contact me thanks....

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