From Gareth Davies-July,2009

Ada March

My name is Gareth Davies. I am sending this in regards the photo of EMPIRE DAY 1912.My grandmother is in this group, ADA MARCH from Back Street, d.o.b Sherborne 1898.Married JOHN BUTLER, 15 APRIL 1922 in St Stephens.
In the photo you have, she is just been cut out on the edge, however I do have the same photo with everybody on it. My mother Mollie Davies(BUTLER) is still alive today at the age of 86.Living 5 minutes away from me  in south Wales, I have a lot of information about Winsham and its people due to the family growing up there.

The family has a lot of connections to Winsham, including the house built at LAYMORE by my auntie Joyce Hayball (Butler), who is still living at Chard. There is another Auntie living at Yeovil, Freda Woolcott (Butler); all 3 sisters got married at St Stephen's.

Wed Henry Woolcote
Wed Les Hayball 
Wed RoyDavies

 

I remember going to AUNT GERT (Gertrude) when I was a small boy, This is my Grandmothers sister, she used to live by the park/monument. Western way I think it is called.My grandmother used to live in Bakersfield and more recently before she died in Davies Close.

Buried in St. Stephen's Cemetery:-

Betty Bone (Butler) died 1946 in D47           my mothers twin sister
John Butler died 1973 in B46                      my mothers father
Ada
Butler (March) died 1978 in B46            my mothers mother
William March died 1938 in E6                   Adas Father-my great grandfather
Emma March (Brown) died 1944 in E6         Adas Mother-my great grandmother (SEE PHOTO)
Leslie Robert Hayball died 1996 in A57       my mother's sister-Joyce's husband

 

 

I am the caretaker of the family tree.

Please feel free to contact me by EMAIL.(If anybody would like Gareth's e-mail address, please contact me-John Sullivan)

 

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