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From: Stephen Hayes
To: All
Date: 2004-03-16 16:24:42
Subject: West country queries

Some West Country queries from the Genealogical Query Database

ASHBY                      1881-1881   ENG, SOM, Frome
ASHURST                    1790-1881   ENG, LAN, Manchester
AVERY                      1850-1950   ENG, DEV Torquay
BARFORD                    1855-1913   ENG, DEV
BLAKE                      1598-1995   ENG, DEV, Honiton
BRADFORD                   1840-1860   ENG, DEV, Pinhoe
BROCKLEY                   1800-1881   ENG, LAN, Manchester
CAMPBELL-HOPE              1908-1913   Hong Kong
CASH                       1806-1891   ENG, Staffordshire
CHARD                      1863-1940   ENG, CON, St Ives
CHAWNER                    1931-1998   ENG, SOM
CLEVERDON                  1850-1900   AUS
CLIFFORD                   1755-1855   ENG, SOM
COX                        1895-1998   ENG, Birmingham
DUNN / BRODY               1870-1970   ENG, SOM
DUNN / HAYES / GRIDLEY     1880-1960   ENG, SOM
EDWARDS                    1675-1725   WLS, Tenby
EDWARDS                    1790-1850   ENG, DEV, East Stonehouse
EDWARDS                    1819-1859   WLS, Llanshipping
ELSON                      1823-1881   ENG, SOM, Weston-Super-Mare
GROWDEN / GROWDON          1750-1850   ENG, CON
GROWDEN / GROWDON          1851-1889   NZ, Wellington
HAMMETT                    1901-2000   ENG, DEV, Plymouth
HARDING                    1790-1870   ENG, SOM
HAYES                      1878-1978   ENG, SOM, Axbridge
HAYES / HAYS               1780-1790   ENG, SOM, North Curry
HOPLA / HOPLAH             1600-1999   WLS, Rhoscrowther
HUTLEY                     1871-1957   ENG, SFK
JOLLY                      1851-1890   AUS, VIC, The Leigh
LANSEY                     1828-1829   ENG, SOM, Cannington
LEWARNE                    1851-1862   ENG, CON, St Austell
MALDEN                     1799-1830   ENG, SFK, Bramford
MCNAMARA                   1861-1900   ENG, CHS, Stockport
MIHELL                     1820-1890   ENG, London, Marylebone
MUNDAY / MUNDY             1940-1945   ENG, ESS
MUNRO                      1860-1970   USA, CA
PALMER                     1860-1900   ENG, London
PAUL                       1850-1890   ENG, DEV, Plymouth
POWER                      1800-1890   ENG, CHS, Stockport
RADNEGE                    1880-1890   ENG, SOM
RUNDLE                     1876-1904   ENG, CON, Camborne
SAVERY                     1900-1950   ENG, ESS, Halstead
SMALLRIDGE                 1600-1700   ENG, DEV, Trusham
SMALLRIDGE                 1740-1830   ENG, DEV
STONE                      1700-1785   ENG, SOM, Over Stowey
THORNING                   1880-2001   ENG, DEV, Bovey Tracey
VAUSE                      1822-1876   ENG, YKS, Hull
WILKINS                    1815-1880   ENG, London, Marylebone

GENEALOGICAL QUERY DATABASE

If you would like to add your own queries to the Genealogical
Query Database, you can enter your query simply by replying to
this message, and filling in the data in the form below, but
PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS THAT FOLLOW BEFORE YOU FILL IT IN!

=== Form begins - cut here ===========
GENQUER[*]  Entrydate[                  ] Updated[
]
Surnames[
Begin[              ]  End[               ]
Place[
Source[
ResearcherName[
ResearcherAddress[                                          ]
E-mail[
Query[
=== Form ends - cut here ===============

When you fill in the form, write all information between the
square brackets [ and ]. PLEASE DO NOT EDIT OR ALTER THE FIELD
NAMES.

I repeat: PLEASE DO NOT ALTER OR EDIT THE FIELD NAMES!!!!

Computers are literal-minded beasts, and to them "Surnames[" and
"Surnames [" or "Surnames :" mean entirely different things. They
may seem to mean the same things to you, but they are not the
same thing to computers, so, PLEASE DO NOT ALTER OR EDIT THE
FIELD NAMES!

You may leave the Entrydate[ and Updated[ fields blank. I will
fill them in when I receive the form to ensure consistent date
formatting.

The Surnames[ field is for the surnames you are researching. It
is best to use only one surname per form, but if there are
different spellings of the name, or if the person used more than
one surname, enter them with the most important one first,
separated by a slash /.

The Begin[ and End[ fields are for the period of the search -
either the lifetime of the person, or the possible range of dates
for the event. ENTER NUMERIC YEARS ONLY - one year in the Begin[
field and one in the End[ field. NO LETTERS PLEASE! FOUR NUMERALS
ONLY PER FIELD!

The Place[ field is for the main place where the person lived, or
where they were last seen. If you enter it in the order of coun-
try, state/province/county, city/town/district, it will be
possible to sort it. ENTER ONLY ONE PLACE IN THIS FIELD. If the
person was associated with other places, mention them in the body
of the query. ENTER THE PLACE, ONE PLACE, AND NOTHING BUT THE
PLACE!

The Source[ field is for where you are entering this query, or
where it was published. For example, Source[ Family Tree
magazine, October 1996 ]. If you have entered the query on a BBS
echo, put the name of the network and the echo: Source[ Fidonet,
GENEALOGY.EUR echo ].

ResearcherName[ is for the name of the person who wants the
information (or who holds the information if you are announcing
information to share with others), and ResearcherAddress[ is for
their postal address. If the address is too long to fit on one
screen line, press <Enter> BEFORE you reach the ] right square
bracket, and continue on the next line. Where field data spans
more than one line, the field must end with a ] (except in the
Query[ field). The ] is optional if the data fits on one line.

The E-mail[ field is for an e-mail address. If you don't have
one, leave it blank. If you have more than one, you may copy the
field, thus:

E-mail[
E-mail[

as many times as is necessary. If you use a Fido-type address,
specify the network and logon name, e.g. E-mail[ Steve Hayes
5:7106/22.1 Fidonet ]

The Query[ field is for the main query. It can be several lines
long. Try to make it concise but informative. Use abbreviations
only if you are sure they will be understood - b. for born, d.
for died etc. Begin with a repeat of the main surname in upper
case, followed by a comma, and the first names of the person.
Also, if you abbreviate place names, remember that a search may
not be able to find them if the abbreviations are non-standard.
Try to make each query as specific as possible. If you are post-
ing a query, make sure you say what you are looking for - a date
or place of birth, marriage, death, names of parents, all
ancestors, all descendants or what.

If you are posting to tell others about information you have to
share, make sure it is clear just what information you have -
"descendants of John Jacob Jingleheimer Smith of Munich
(Muenchen), Bavaria, Germany"  or whatever.

WHERE TO SEND IT

You may send the completed forms to me by e-mail at the following
addresses:

Steve Hayes
   E-mail: hayesmstw{at}hotmail.com

  Fidonet: Stephen Hayes 5:7106/20
FamilyNet: Stephen Hayes 8:7903/10
   CCCNet: Stephen Hayes 220:27/1

or post them addressed to me in the following Fidonet echoes:

GENEALOGY.EUR, I&UK_GENE, GENEALOGY

If you are not sure how to fill up the form, or want more
information about the database, send me a message to ask.

You may save the form as a text file, and copy it. You may then
send several queries in one message. Please use a separate form
for each query or search.

If you want a report from the database, send me a message by e-
mail to one of the above addresses, or in one of the conferences
listed above, saying briefly what you are looking for, and I'll
send you a report of what I find. It's e-mail only - no snail
mail, no web pages.

Steve Hayes
  WWW: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/7734/stevesig.htm
  E-mail: hayesmstw{at}hotmail.com - If its full of spam, see webpage. 

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