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Researching PARTRIDGE

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9 years 6 months ago #223 by Mary Anne Sharpe
Mary Anne Sharpe created the topic: Researching PARTRIDGE
I am researching the Thomas PARTRIDGE family and ancestors.

Thomas PARTRIDGE, b. 27 Oct. 1850, Elcombe, Glos; m. Elizabeth BARTLETT June 1869 in Stroud; d. 21 Dec. 1924 in Cochrane, Alberta, having emigrated in 1911. Thomas and Elizabeth had 8 children, the first 5 born in Clifton, Helcomb and Bisley, where THomas was a cloth worker; the latter 3 in Basingstoke, where he worked as a cowman.

Also, Thomas PARTRIDGE's parents and siblings:
Joseph PARTRIDGE, b. abt 1809, Miserden; m. abt 1830 Sarah Sollars/Sollards, b. abt 1811, Painswick -- their children, as well as Thomas, were
Edwin PARTRIGE, chr. 12 Jul 1835 Painswick;
Emma PARTRIDGE, chr. 5 Aug 1838, Painswick;
George PARTRIDGE, b. abt 1841, Painswick;
John PARTRIDGE, chr. 10 Sept 1843, Painswick;
Ellen PARTRIDGE, b. abt 1846, Painswick.

And Elizabeth BARTLETT's parents and siblings:
John BARTLETT, be abt 1802, Bisley; m. Rachel ?, b. abt 1814, Box Quarries, Wiltshire -- their children, as well as Elizabeth, were
Jane BARTLETT, b. abt 1837, Bisley;
Ann BARTLETT, b. abt 1842, Bisley;
Thomas BARTLETT, b. abt 1843, Bisley;
Fanny BARTLETT, b. abt 1845, Bisley;
John BARTLETT, b. abt 1847, Bisley;
Emma BARTLETT, b. abt 1850, Bisley; m. George PARTRIDGE, b. abt 1841, Painswick, brotehr of Thomas PARTIDGE who had married Elizabeth BARTLETT

Anyone with further information on these folks, I would love to hear from you.


Mary Anne
Ottawa, Canada

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8 years 11 months ago #293 by abcWeir
abcWeir replied the topic: Re:Researching PARTRIDGE
Hi, Mary Anne,
Fancy finding you here. Did you read about Bisley Boy?
Louise

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8 years 11 months ago #294 by Mary Anne Sharpe
Mary Anne Sharpe replied the topic: Re:Researching PARTRIDGE
Hi, Louise

Yep, all us bad seeds turn up in the same old places ;-))

No, I hadn't read that, is it good?

Mary Anne

P.S. oughtn't you to be cooking turkey of something?

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8 years 9 months ago #329 by juliaros
juliaros replied the topic: Re:Researching PARTRIDGE/HITCHINGS
Mary Anne,

I have a connection to your work on the Partridge's.

I am working on my wife's family, the Whiteman's from Bedfordshire, who ended up in Saskatchewan and Alberta. Many of the Whiteman's married into the Hitchings family of Asquith Saskatchewan, all descendants of John Thomas Hitchings (of Furners Farm, Bisley), and Edith Sarah Partridge (also of Bisley).

Edith Sarah Partridge was the daughter of George and Emma Partridge (ref: 1881 census, Elcombe Furners, Bisley) who are included in your post.

If you would like more information, let me know, and I will be more than happy to share with you.

By the way, we are almost neighbours - we live in Kanata!

Bruce Weir

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8 years 9 months ago #330 by Mary Anne Sharpe
Mary Anne Sharpe replied the topic: Re:Researching PARTRIDGE/HITCHINGS
Bruce

Too funny that we are just \"up the road\" so to speak!

Yes, indeed, there is a connection -- George and Thomas PARTRIDGE, brothers, married Emma and Elizabeth BARTLETT, sisters. Long story short, Thomas's daughter, Alice Miriam, emigrated to Canada, married a nephew of my great grandfather Joshua CALLAWAY and settled in Alberta. My great grandfather himself settled in Manitoba.

I would love to share. My email is initials \"asmmas\" and then \"at\" sympatico. Although I haven't worked on this line in some time -- I switched a year ago to The Master Genealogist and have been spending most of my time since *tidying*... -- I do have iinfo on the folks who came to Canada, and would love news of those who remained behind and/or also emigrated.

BTW, another \"cousin\" is on here - Louise, who is a grand daughter of Alice Miriam, and has done a lot of work on the PARTRIDGE line.

Look forward to hearing from you. Oh, and if you're doing UK research, you may want to know about the British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa - www.bifhsgo.ca - and come to one of our monthly meetings at LAC (next one is March 14).

Mary Anne

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8 years 7 months ago #358 by abcWeir
abcWeir replied the topic: Re:Researching PARTRIDGE/HITCHINGS
Did you ever hear any more from Bruce?
Louise

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