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Re: Richard Primmer, baptised Portsea 1816
Posted by: Richard Primmer (ID *****0347) Date: June 14, 2002 at 12:36:55
In Reply to: Richard Primmer, baptised Portsea 1816 by Bob Swan of 101

Hope the following is of interest/help.

Richard Primmer
B 1781
M Maria Jerram 1804 Millbrook, Hampshire
D 23/12/1856 (possibly in Portsmouth)

Maria Jerram
B 1783
D 3/9/1858

My information shows 5 children.
Richard
B 20/4/1816 Landport, Portsmouth
Bapt 11/8/1816 St Mary's, Portsmouth
M Harriet Holmes 25/4/1841 St Thomas, Portsmouth
D 16/8/1891

Elizabeth
B 1820

Henry
B 1824

John
B 1818

James
B 1822

I then follow the line down through William Charles - Clarence Earnest Victor - Brian Duncan Neil - Myself, with increasing amounts of information the more recent it gets.

Most reserch was undertaken by Clarence, my Grandfather, in the 1920's - 1950's.

The slight difference I have noticed to your information is that I have William, son of Richard and Harriet as William Charles. Also I have a Jack and a Kate but no Amelia or James John.

Further snippets that may be of interest are the first Richard (1781) is thought to have been a carpenter and joiner in HM Dockyard, Portsmouth; Richard (1816) was a painter, plumber and bellhanger in the same dockyard, at one time had a farm at Lee on the Solent, Hants. Harriet believed to be of Sobeton, Hants.

William Charles (1854) was keeper of the Royal Apartments on HM Yacht Osborne and HM Yacht Alexandra and also a Warrent Officer in the Royal Navy.

I am happy to share all information if interested, if and when I find out how to convert the files to a form that can be e-mailed !


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