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The ancestry of George Southam, LDS pioneer : including the families of Southam, Hunt, Giles, Toms, and Batchelor of Cropredy, Oxfordshire, England

The ancestry of George Southam, LDS pioneer : including the families of Southam, Hunt, Giles, Toms, and Batchelor of Cropredy, Oxfordshire, England

Source : FamilySearch

The ancestry of George Southam, LDS pioneer : including the families of Southam, Hunt, Giles, Toms, and Batchelor of Cropredy, Oxfordshire, England

The ancestry of George Southam, LDS pioneer : including the families of Southam, Hunt, Giles, Toms, and Batchelor of Cropredy, Oxfordshire, England

Source : FamilySearch

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George Southam LDS Pioneer By Alice Carey Boyd February 1997


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George Southam LDS Pioneer 9


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George Southam and Mary Hunt 14


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James Southam and Ann Giles .15


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James and Elizabeth Southam ,, 17


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Thomas and Mary Southam ... 25


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GEORGE SOUTHAM George Southam was born 29 October 1830 in the hamlet of Neithrop, Banbury Parish, Oxfordshire,


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GEORGE SOUTHAM George Southam was born 29 October 1830 in the hamlet of Neithrop, Banbury


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said the Bishop, and so George Southam stayed in Utah and the Company moved on to California" Jane was unable


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toward it and my father George Southam offered $15 in stock.


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successful. About a week before George Southam was drowned, he had a dream that he was going on a mission.


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Louis. His name was Fines Henry Southam, being named after a former sweetheart of his wife Jane. The child died


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GEORGE SOUTHAM


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George and Catherine Southam lived in Morgan, Utah until after the Union Pacific Railroad was finished. They


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said the Bishop, and so George Southam stayed in Utah and the Company moved on to California.


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Harry Southam, George Southam's oldest son tells this little incident: "lt was while we were working on


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and also some cattle that Mr. Southam owned. This helped Grandfather Cameron as he was in very tight circumstances at


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Harry Southam, George Southam's oldest son tells this little incident: "lt was while we were


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school On Dec. 24th 1885 George Southam went to the ranch to take care of the cattle. In the evening


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Patriarchal Blessing of George Southam, in the Temple Record Book of Catherine Cameron Southam (FHS# 218887) KA YSVILLE,


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Temple Record Book of Catherine Cameron Southam (FHS# 218887) KA YSVILLE, UTAH, OCTOBER 12,1862


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GEORGE SOUTHAM


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Bourton, Cropredy, Oxfordshire, England to George Southam and Mary Hunt. He married Lucy Hunt 15 October


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in Cropredy, Oxfordshire, England to James Southam and Ann Giles. He was christened 25 December 1768 at Cropredy. He married


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GEORGE SOUTHAM


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the son of James and Elizabeth Southam. He married first Hannah How on 20 June 1739


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JAMES SOUTHAM AND


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about 1680, the son of Thomas Southam. Hefirstappears in the records of the Banbury / Cropredy area in the will


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that James Southam, son of William Southam of Neithrop, who was christened 26


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will of his father's cousin, James Southam.


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JAMES AND ELIZABETH SOUTHAM


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of Great Bourton, who listed James Southam of Great Bourton as "my brother James" in his will of 1789. He


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The will of James Southam, yeoman, of Neithrop, who died 1696. Will filed 1695 in the Perogative Court


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bequeath unto my loving wife Sarah Southam, All my two messuages and their Yard Lands with the appurtenances in Nethrop


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give, devise, and bequeath unto William Southam, Sonn of my Uncle Rowland Southam, my said two messuages and two yard


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Land with the appurtenances unto Richard Southam, eldest sonn of the said William Southam and to the heirs male of


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in my owne occupaton unto James Southam sonn of my Cozen Thomas Southam, ami to the heires male ofhis body


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Southam sonn of my Cozen Thomas Southam, ami to the heires male ofhis body lawfully to be begottenforever. Andfor want


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such time that the said Richard Southam shall attain ihefidl age of one and twentyyeares finding, allowing and ftmiishing the


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marriage settlement of the said William Southam with Mary his wife nor be turned away to impair the same anything


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give, devise, and bequeath unto James Southam, sonn of my Cozen Thomas Southam and his heires forever All that one


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Southam, sonn of my Cozen Thomas Southam and his heires forever All that one of my said two Tenements with


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bequeath unto my said cozen William Southam and his Assigns my said last mentoned Close with the appurtenancesfor and during


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and bequeath unto my Cozen Thomas Southam one shilling Also I give ami bequeath unto Elizabeth, the daughter of Thomas


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said wife and the said James Southam, sonn of my Cozen Thomas for one halfyeare more from thence to be


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hereby given unto the said William Southam standing and being in my messuage wherein I now dwell he, the said


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and benefit of the said James Southam, his Executores, Administrators, and Assignes, All the rest and residue ofmy goods, chattels,


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and yeare first above written. James Southam Signed sealed, published, and delivered being written on sixpenny Stamptparchment Timothy Gibbard John


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April 1734 in Cropredy, married James Southam 12 August


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have been the son of Giles Southam of Aynho and Croughton, as a Thomas is mentioned in Giles' will, when


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THOMAS AND MARY SOUTHAM Thomas Southam, the father of James Southam. was buried in Cropredy 5 January 1703/4. His


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Thomas Southam, the father of James Southam. was buried in Cropredy 5 January 1703/4. His wife, Mary, was buried in


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THOMAS AND MARY SOUTHAM Thomas Southam, the father of James Southam. was buried in Cropredy 5 January


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October 1769 in Cropredy, married George Southam 21


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to the Southams (or Sowthams). James Southam was one of the overseers to Thomas Youick and helped to draw up


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Robert Southam of Neithrop was the earliest, he was buried in Banbury parish church in


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reflected in the will of Henry Southam of Banbury His son John was to have the house when his mother


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registers is in 1664, when Thomas Southam of Neithrop was buried. Neithrop is a townland within the parish of Banbury.


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within the parish of Banbury. George Southam was bom in Neithrop in 1830.


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in 1701, when James and Elizabeth Southam of Little Bourton had their daughter, Mary, christened in August of 1701. James


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Nov 1703 Tithe James Southam 1/49d landand oddcommons ls-Od


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George Southam's ancestors, the Hunt, Toms, Giles, and Batchelor families appear from the beginning of


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Freeholders' Names Abode Vote Southam, James, Senr. Bourtons W D Southam, James, Junr. do. WD After the Enelosures, the Southams


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1760. Their daughter, Mary married George Southam. The Hunt family had farmed strips of land in and around the Open


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