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                              Links

Links to North Somerset Surnames.

Amesbury genealogy :

www.amesburyancestry.com

Hardwick:

www.wringtonsomerset.org.uk/archive/

personalquest/hardwickgenealogy.html

Newton: E: Mail Wayne Brown.

Sage:

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Wedmore:

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Links to Somerset Resources.

Bristol & Avon F.H.S..

www.bafhs.org.uk

Clevedon Church records:

www.clevedon-civic-society.org.uk

Portbury Social Club:

http://groups.msn.com?PortburySocialClub

/welcome.msnw

Somerset Local Resources in Portishead & Area

http://www.somersetlocal.co.uk/Portishead

Worle History Society:

http://worlehistorysociety.net

Game Lists 1839

Abbott Charles.Long Ashton.
Austice George. Bristol.
Baker Thomas. Bristol.
Bartlett James. Bedminster.
Barrow James Syms. Bristol.
Bernard Colston. Bristol.
Blackburrow John jun. Banwell.
Bryant Richard. Bristol.
Ettaway Edward. Bristol.
Evans Robert Baker. Tickenham.
Fuldge Thomas. Bristol.
Fry Thomas. Long Ashton.
Garland James. Wraxall.
Greenfill Wm. Farleigh.
Maclean Jas. Walton in Gordano.
Miles Philip John. Abbots Leigh.
Miles Philip Wm Skinner. Abbotts Leigh
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Portishead 1830

A return of the population taken by the Parish Officer in conformity with an Act of Parliament in the 11th year of George the |Fourth.

Viz:

Inhabited Houses 126

Families 148

Houses buildings 5

Families employed in Agriculture 86

Families in Trade Manufactories 38

All other families 25

Males 384

Females 416

Males upwards of 20 years of age 176

Agricultural occupiers of First Class 15

Agricultural occupiers of Second Class 18

Labourers in Agriculture 52

Retail Trade & Handicraft 31

Wholesale & Capitalists, Clergy, Office Clerks, Professionals & Educated Men  9

Labourers not agricultural 33

All other males of 20 years of age 7

Male servants upwards of 20 years of age 1

Male servants under 20 years of age 1

All female servants 23.

Overseers appointed for 1878

Abbots Leigh: Joseph Stone & Henry Richards.
Backwell: Thomas Henry Coombs & Robert Edwards.
Barrow Gurney: Thomas Purnell & Richard Bay.
Bedminster: George Jacobs & Mark Pady.
Brockley: Donald Cox & Samuel Hardwick.
Chelvey: Joseph P Dibadall & Thomas Adams.
Clapton: Henry Southcott & Charles Davis.
Clevedon: James William Druce & William Bryant.
Dundry: Thomas Weaver & Michael Weaver.
Easton in Gordano: James Parsons & Sam Vowles jun.
Kenn: Samuel Dyer & Joseph Hedges.
Kingston Seymour: James Wallace & Wm Gregory.
Long Ashton: George Froud & John J Brittan?
Nailsea: Edwin Goulstone & Adam Avery.

Walton in Gordano

Cross tree store

Portbury

Lynch Gate