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Sandra
02-03-2018
16:25 GMT
Hello Susan,
Thanks you very much for this information. I am afraid the only information I have about this family comes from a relative and so I don't know why Augusta was born in the West Indies. However, I would be very grateful if you could send me scans of any photos featuring WINDEATTs should that be possible. My private email address is at the bottom of the Home page: http://www.windeatt.f2s.com/windeatt/index.htm I'm afraid you can't just click on it but have to copy it carefully (a precaution against spam).
Thanks again for sharing this.
Sandra
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Susan
02-03-2018
02:37 GMT
Hello Sandra: Charlotte, Blanche, and Dorothy were the beloved cousins of my grandmother Josephine Gehrig Pace. Her mother, Anna Guetschow Gehrig was the sister of Augusta. I think I have some old photographs of the Guetschow family which include James and Augusta (picnicking in the woods, get-togethers in Oak Park) , and I might have a cabinet card or two taken by Windeatt mixed in with those of my great-grandfather, Joseph W. Gehrig.

Do you have any idea why Augusta was born in the West Indies? I believe she was the oldest of the six Guetschow children.
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Sandra
25-01-2018
13:13 GMT
Thanks for this (and for replying - it's surprising how many people don't!). I have finally got the web editing software installed on my new computer so I will let you know when it is done. Thanks again.
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Anne
24-01-2018
15:32 GMT
Yes it's ok for you to put the information on the website (I forgot to mention that in my last post). Anne
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Anne
24-01-2018
15:16 GMT
Hi Sandra,
I'm happy for you to use my name.
There are several hundred references to Harry Wingett in The Era, from the 1860s to his death in 1905, and they make fascinating reading. He was a 'comic vocalist' and seems to have been quite a star in his day.
Anne
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Sandra
23-01-2018
15:53 GMT
Thanks for this information, Anne. Is it Ok to add this information to the we page? I can credit you by your name or something more anonymous such as "a fellow researcher" or "a correspondent", etc., Do let me know which you prefer. Sandra
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Anne McLean
22-01-2018
10:56 GMT
Hello Sandra. I'm responding to the request on the Musical Windeatts page for information about Harry Wingett the music hall artist. Harry Wingett was the stage name of Edwin Wingett, youngest son of John Wingett and his wife Maria Wingett nee Barker (Ugborough tree). His death notice was printed in The Era on 18 March 1905.His son's stage name was Harry Barker. Best wishes, Anne
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Sandra
24-11-2017
10:28 GMT
Lots of information about Thomas Alfred's father and family on these pages:

http://www.windeatt.f2s.com/windeatt/horra...omas_alfred.htm#tom

http://www.windeatt.f2s.com/windeatt/horrabridge/policemen.htm

and we'd be very grateful if you could identify anyone in this photo:

http://www.windeatt.f2s.com/windeatt/galle...abridge_gallery.htm
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Chris Shaw
24-11-2017
05:01 GMT
Hi does anyone have any info on my Great Aunt Eva Windeatt or my Great Grandfather Thomas Alfred Windeatt 1875 to 1931
Many thanks
Contact details shawchristopher@yahoo.co.uk
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Chris Shaw
23-11-2017
07:01 GMT
Hi does anyone have any info on my Great Aunt Eva Windeatt or my Great Grandfather Thomas Alfred Windeatt 1875 to 1931
Many thanks
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Sandra WindeattPerson was signed in when posted
29-06-2017
10:51 GMT
Thank you Helen. As mentioned below, I haven't been into family history for ages and also this particular line was the province of another researcher whom I haven't heard from recently. But it would be great to have any more information about WINDEATT/IETT(s) if you have any. My personal email address can be found at the bottom of the HOME page <http://www.windeatt.f2s.com/windeatt/index.htm>; - but you have to copy it rather than just select it (as a spam avoidance measure). Some time, I hope to be able to go into all this again, so very grateful for any information. Thanks again, Sandra
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Elizabeth Ann Evans
28-06-2017
16:49 GMT
Hello,Sandra,My 2xGreatGrandmother was Grace Wingett,baptised16th July1797 Ermington,Devon.Her parents were John Wingett,and Jenn(e)y
 Man(n)ing,both surnames variable,who married in Ermington 25th November 1785.
    Grace (Windeat)married my 2xGreatGrandfather,Henry Martin,on 26th April,1830,in Modbury,Devon,as his second wife,and,I am descended
     from their son John Martin,and his wife Sarah Ann Leigh,or Lee.
       For many years,I have rsearched my Devon Families in The South Hams,and can offer more information on the Windiett family at
       your request,Sincerely,EA Evans.DFHS Member 4515
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Sandra WindeattPerson was signed in when posted
24-01-2017
15:37 GMT
Well done, Helen! I'll have a look at this when I can get my head around it (haven't done any family history for a few years) but I do remember this was a bit of a puzzle. Thanks again!
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Helen Mitchell
22-01-2017
04:26 GMT
Hello Sandra, just an update on the Tasmania tree for Windeatt and the surname of MEYER connection. John Windeatt 1792-1867 Tasmania Aust. His son William Windeat 1824-1896 (Tasmania Aust) married in Launceston Tas 13/7/1854 Emma Watlin (1832 Putney 1900 Hobart Tasmania) Emma Watlins sibling Marianne Watlin (1831-1907) Married PHILLIP HERMANN MEYER (1829-1870) on 9/4/1853 St George Bloomsbury. PHILLIP HERMANN MEYER it seems was well connected - (1841 A Mrs Ann Meyer, widow of wealthy Hamburg merchant, died and past the estate of Stondon Manor (Stondon Hall) in Stondon Massey to her grandson Phillip Hermann MEYER, becoming Lord of the Manor. From this and as it seemed to be the fashion of the times my grandfather PHILLIP MEYER WINDEATT had his aunts surname as his second name. And Meyer and Hermann have been used numerous times on other branches of trees connected in some way to Windeatt here. I thought you may be interested that I had solved where the name MEYER came from. Sincerely Helen Mitchell, Tasmania. helenkathryn46@gmail.com
Edited 22-01-2017 04:28
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Sandra WindeattPerson was signed in when posted
04-05-2016
17:07 GMT

Thanks Jenny. This is interesting. The fact that he knew the family in 1873 does add to the suspicion that Ernest Robert (Ellen GAIN's son born in 1869) may have been Robert Froom WINDEATT's illegitimate child and they married as soon as his legal wife died. However, it can only be a suspicion. Could I have your permission to add this information to the website - afraid I don't have a subscription to Ancestry.
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Jenny Clemens
02-05-2016
19:47 GMT
I can give you a bit more info on Ellen Gain, although I have only recently "discovered her" as a family member. She was baptised in Battle, Sussex on 8 Sept 1833 as first child of William Gain (b 1811 in Goudhurst, Kent) and Harriet Hobden (abt 1813-1881). William and Harriet had married in her home village of Dallington, Sussex on 8 April 1833. Harriet was the daughter of John Hobden (1788-1866), gamekeeper of Dallington and his wife Sarah, whose maiden name has variously been transcribed as Simpson, Swepson or Sweepson.
William Gain was variously described as post-boy, horsekeeper, fly-driver and coachman during his life. I cannot find a reference to his death. He and Harriet had moved to St Leonards, Sussex by 1843 and they had at least 8 children. They lived poor areas of the town and Harriet sometimes worked as a laundress. She died in 1881. Marriage records have been useful in tracing all this. Ellen was a witness to the marriage of a much younger sister of her mother in St Leonards in 1853 (this is what led me to her existence). Robert Windeatt, in turn, was to the marriage in St Leonards of Ellen’s younger sister Esther to James Offen on 16 March 1873, so he was clearly involved with the family by that time.
I have a record of all this on Ancestry.co.uk. Let me know if you are a member and we could swap info.
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