Taunton Courier 21 Nov 1900 Queries includes BESLEY DUDDERIDGE CHORLEY HAYES

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Taunton Courier. Bristol and Exeter Journal and Western Advertiser Wednesday 21 Nov 1900
Page 2 Column 4


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791. - JAMES BESLEY, OF TAUNTON. - Can anyone say when Mr. James BESLEY died? He was of Taunton and married Miss Ann DUDDERIDGE, of Staplegrove. Any particulars about the date of his marriage and place of burial would be most welcome. - A RELATION.

792. - Mrs. MARY CHORLEY. - I notice in a recent issue of your paper the death of Mrs. Mary CHORLEY, who passed away at Tone Green, Bradford, on October 29th. Was she the eldest daughter of James and Martha HAYES, of Oake? James HAYES was the son of William (died 1829) and Grace HAYES, of the same place, and Martha HAYES was the eldest daughter of George and Fanny DUDDERIDGE, of Allanford. She was baptised at Oake 19th September, 1784. - INTERESTED.

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794. - JAMES DUDDERIDGE, OF ALLANFORD AND BRISTOL. - I am anxious to ascertain some details relative to the above, who, I believe, was an early connection of mine. I think I am right in saying that he was born at Allanford about 1789, but being a coach trimmer by trade he was led to settle at Bristol with his wife Ann. Here he died, and was buried in 1837, leaving a widow and a little daughter. Who was his wife Ann, and did the daughter survive? Where does James lie? - THE GREAT NEPHEW.

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