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From: Richard Carruthers <>
Subject: Re: [B&D] LOCKSTONE, weavers, Twerton, SOM, 18th. century
Date: Sun, 09 Mar 2008 08:03:11 -0700
Thank you for this interesting additional information.
[mailto:] On Behalf Of Josephine
Sent: 8-Mar-08 12:19 PM
Subject: [B&D] LOCKSTONE, weavers, Twerton, SOM, 18th. century
On 08 Mar, Richard Carruthers <> wrote:
> BTW, this John Smallcombe and Jane Belsher (Belcher probably as Ann
> Atkins married Burdock Belcher (!) after Richard Smallcombe died only a
> few years into their marriage) witnessed the marriage of Ann Marmon,
> spinster, of this parish, to Henry Lockstone, bachelor, of Twerton, at
> Bath Abbey, by licence on 18 Oct. 1784.
Possibly this Henry LOCKSTONE was related to James LOCKSTONE, weaver, who
was made a Bristol Burgess on 22nd. October 1739, his qualification being
that his father, William LOCKSTONE, weaver, was a Bristol Burgess. William
LOCKSTONE was made a Bristol Burgess on 31st. January 1705.
James LOCKSTONE, weaver, Tiverton was listed in the Country Voices section
of the Bristol Poll Book of 1754. Tiverton was another way of spelling
Henry LOCKSTONE may have been related to John LOCKSTONE, a weaver of
London, who was also in the Country Voices section of the 1754 Bristol Poll
James LOCKSTONE, weaver, Twerton, was in the Somerset section of the
Bristol Poll Book of 1774.
Josephine's Books, Ian's Pages, The Clutton 'Do' and
the Glamorganshire Canal.
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