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Surname
-Such or Syche
Period of Time
1570 onwards
Town/Parish/Country
Blackwell,Treddington, Newbold etc.
Researcher
Gordon Freeland
Date of Entry
August 3, 2002

Query

Personally I've reached a dead end, unless someone with different information can help me. I trace my ancestry through the Such line in Blackwell, Treddington, Newbold etc. My 100% certain information ends with William Such born 13/5/1599 of Richard Such or Sych. I know who William married and have a thoroughly secure genealogy from 1599 onwards. I've never found any mention anywhere else about Richard Such. I know that he lived in Armscote and had at least three children, George born in Darlinscott in 1594, Mary in 1596 and William, my ancestor in 1599. This seems such a shame as there is a wealth of information about this family for earlier years. I am guessing that Richard would have been born about 1570 or so, just because the age of 24 is appropriate for a first child. Not very much to go on. I was wondering if you had any information about any Richard Such or Sych that might be relevant?

Surname
Such
Period of Time
20th Centuary
Town/Parish/Country
Washington,USA
Researcher
Constance Hagerty
Date of Entry
Wednesday, February 11, 2004 14:21

Query

Barkley Such married Anna Jane Milbach (Turiotte) in the church, Queen of Angels in Port Angeles, Washington, May 26 1950. He lived there until his death and he was very big in the logging community. Any information would be appreciated, Thank You

 

Surname
La Zouche, De Greene, Bentley, Bass, Robinson,Smith.Jones
Period of Time
1000 to 1300AD
Town/Parish/Country
Britain, Bretagne, Normandy, France
Researcher
Norman D Jones
Date of Entry
Wednesday, February 11, 2004 14:21

Query

My Family History has bee limited to the USA until I started to trace my father's mother's line. This was done initially by going through the Church of Latter Day Saints (LDS) Family History Center data. If you have done any researching through them, you know that they publish what is presented to them but do not verify the information.

Following back along my grandmother's line led nowhere until I reached one Elizabeth Bentley who was married to Jerimiah Bass. This was six generations back. When I opened up EB's ancestors infomration flowed out from before William the Conquerer. If true I am the 30th generation after William.

Using William as generation one and coming through one of Henry I 'Beauclek's' concubines, in the 4th generation, Bretagne marries Alan Zouche ( Viscount of Rohan). Then follows six generations of La Zouche's: Geoffrey, Alan, Roger, Alan, Eudo (Eon), to Lucy. Lucy (b1275) marries Thomas De Greene.

My line then follows 13 generations of De Greene's ( Greene). They leave Britain in the mid 1600's and arrive in Rhode Island, USA. Ultimately Bathsheba Noyes Greene marries William Bentley,: Elizabeth Bentley marries Jeremiah Bass: Isacc Turner Bass marries Weltha Robinson; Emeline Josephine Bass marries Henry Dolphius Smith; in 1893 Hortense E Smith marries Jonathon J Jones, who was my grandfather.

This looks good on paper, but it takes only one error in this data to change my heritage. I am looking for some resource(s) that could confirm deny this information. Do you have the resource material on the La Zouche family? If not, do you know where I could get the family tree from the time between 1000 and 1300AD?

Thank you in advance for any effort you make on my behalf. All information will be appreciated.

 

Surname
Sutch
Period of Time
1835c
Town/Parish/Country
Australia and England
Researcher
Mary Porter
Date of Entry
18 November 2003

Query

I am descended from John Sutch ( Woolwich, Melbourne, Australia and San Fransisco, California, USA, 1835 forwards.

Surname
Sutch/Such
Period of Time
1800 Up
Town/Parish/Country
England
Researcher
Gerald Sutch
Date of Entry
18 November 2003

Query

Looking for verification of father to Peter Such, born England early 1800's. Some list spelling change to SUCH, JOHN. I need information about JOHN SUCH

 

Surname
Zouche,Bysshe
Period of Time
1370-1380
Town/Parish/Country
England
Researcher
Alison
Date of Entry
18 November 2003

Query

(1)Some of the Zouche family bore the name of Mortimer. Did this family support Richard III?

 

(2)Lord John Cotton ( founder of the British Library), in a manuscript gave a description of the arms of the family which is given in the abstract form in Burkes Peerage. He mentions Sir Oliver la Zouche of Leicestershire, but the time frame is earlier than the Sir Oliver I am seeking, who would have been born circa 1370-1380. Cottons description of the arrangement of the bezants and chevron ermine in the arms appear identical configuration on a Bysshe Tomb at Worth Church in Sussex. Therefore, somewhere there has to be a confirmation of the statement that John Comber made in his Sussex Genealogies, Ardley Centre, that John Bysshe married Joan la Zouche at one time ( 1300), owned the Manor at Ightham in Kent. The family owned lands in West Sussex.

 

Surname
Souch ( Henry), Taylor ( Elizabeth)
Period of Time
1814 on
Town/Parish/Country
Ramsden, Finstock,Northleigh
Researcher
Michael Daldry
Date of Entry
18 November 2003

Query

I have an interest in the family of HENRY SOUCH, who married ELIZABETH TAYLOR in Ramsden in 1814. Their eldest son Emauel was baptised and buried in FInstock, 1815/16. The subsequent children were all baptised in Northleigh:- Maryann, Baptised 1818 Caroline, Baptised 1820, Buried 1820, 4 weeks old. Sarah, Baptised 1821 Selina, Baptised 1824 Charlotte, Baptised 1826 By November 1829, Elizabeth Such is noted as a widow in Blockley, Worcestershire, where she had a son, George Park Such. What became of Henry and what are his origins? An exclusive search of SOUCH/SUCH/ZOUCHE burials has been carried out from the Oxfordshire Parish Register Transcripts for parishes in and around Northleigh, Ramsden and Charlbury.

I have a database of Baptisms, Burials and Marriages for 19 parishes for this name.

 

Surname
Souche, Euphemia
Period of Time
1812
Town/Parish/Country
Surrey, England
Researcher
Norm Simcock
Date of Entry
18 November 2003

Query

This lady married into my line at Ingham, Surrey in July 1832.

Surname

Zouche, Bysshe, Byshe,Bysh,Biss,Ball,Church,Elson,Fuller,

Gibson,Haynes,Hudson,King, Prior,Russell, SimmonsAnd Spinks

Period of Time Any
Town/Parish/Country Any
Researcher Lesley
Date of Entry 18 November 2003

Query

I would be extremely interested to know if anyone can help me with a ZOUCHE problem. I was given a family tree which states that JOAN ZOUCHE, (daughter of Sir OLIVEUS LA ZOUCHE, Knight), was married to JOHN BYSH ( died c1494) of Burstowe. I have looked everywhere to find a genuine ZOUCHE/BYSSE connection so that I can link these two together. I would appreciate any help.

 

 

 

Surname
Shuck (Clarence George), Brown (Lucy)
Period of Time
Any
Town/Parish/Country
Shelbyville,Shelby County,Kentucky,USA
Researcher
R.Shuck
Date of Entry
18 November 2003

Query

I am a Shuck by marriage and having trouble with the Shuck line. My husbands father was Clarence Shuck of Shelby County, Kentucky. His father might have been George Clarence who married Lucy Brown. They are buried in Shelbyville Cemetary.

 

 

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