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1. Thomas Dewye Baptism 1606, Hinton Martell

   This record is from Dorset Record Office within the Parish Register Transcripts, reference PE/H1M.RE1/1_3272

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2. Thomas Dewye senior Marriage to Mary Moore & Burial Edeth Moore 1601, Hinton Martell

   This record is from Dorset Record Office within the Parish Register Transcripts, reference PE/H1M.RE1/1_3277

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3. Edith Moore baptism 1567,

   This record is from Dorset Record Office, reference PE/WST.RE1/1; image Ancsty2243/32435_239746-00022.jpg

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4. Mary Moore Burial 1637 parish record

   a) My interpretation of the left half is :  'Novemb 24 Mary Moore xxxe widdow'

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b) My interpretation of the right half is: 'widdow axxs xarax ylica seadxxx Dir xen', my latin crib sheet does not enlighten!

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5. John Russell's will

   This image is from page 216 of Life of George Dewey rear admiral, U.S.N.; and Dewey family history. A M Dewey, W T Dewey and O C Dewey, 1898

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6. Maps


6.1 Bleau map of Dorset, 1645 showing Hinton Martell N. of Winbornminster.
Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~genmaps/genfiles/COU_files/ENG/DOR/blaeu_dorset_1645.htm


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6.2 Showing 'Sandwiche' and 'Sandwich Baye' to the S. of Poole.
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7. Dewey House Warmister, Wiltshire

Dewey House, Warminster


8. Obelisk Antiques, was 'The New Inn', birthplace of Frank Christy Dewey, my Grandfather

Obelisk Antiques


9. Warminster Fire Station

Warminster Fire Station