A few years back I tried out running a Drupal site on an AWS instance for my One Name Study. Things went pretty well until I made the mistake of doing an update of the Ubuntu Server without first taking a snapshot or backup. I made a couple of attempts to resurrect it, but ran into all sorts of problems with the old snapshots, versions of software, and a few bugs where advertised work-arounds did not work for me.
I have not yet finished entering the information I have to hand for this family, but thought I would upload what I had so far.
This tree came about after Pamela HORNER contacted me about helping her to find out where in England Philip and his brother Joseph originated from. Maybe a trip to the SoG will help out here. There are also many trees on Ancestry.com that are connected with this family, so I should be able to add lots more information over time.
Descendant Report for Gammon, Philip
1. Gammon, Philip.
Descendants of Gammon, Milton
1. Gammon, Milton
2. Gammon, Synthia
Descendants of Gammon, Unknown
1. Gammon, Unknown
sp. Unknown, Unknown
2. Gammon, Samuel James (d. 2014)
sp. Unknown, Carrol
3. Gammon, Barbra
4. Sinson, Victoria
3. Gammon, Thomas
4. Gammon, Lindsay
4. Gammon, Tasha
3. Gammon, Douglas
4. Gammon, Alex
4. Gammon, Ashley
3. Gammon, Jeffrey
Descendants of GUYMAN, William
1. GUYMAN, William
sp. CURRY, Elizabeth Ann (b. about 1730 - of, , , Ireland)
2. GUYMAN, Isaiah Curry (b. 1753-05-27 - of, Rowan or Stokes, North
Carolina, United States, d. 1809-02-20 - Dalton, Stokes, North
Carolina, United States)
sp. FLYNN, Elizabeth (b. ABT 1750/1753 - , Stokes, North Carolina,
United States, d. 1834 - , Stokes, North Carolina, United States),
m. 1772/1773 - Dalton, Stokes, North Carolina, United States
Over a year ago I received an email from Margaret CHATER regarding her Uncle Walter. He was a private in the First World War and Margaret has visited his grave in the Bray Hill British Cemetery at Bray-sur-Somme in France. I am still working on documenting his family who seem to have originated in North Devon like my family.
I am uploading this family very early - it is no where near finished. From information provided by Malcom GAMMON, I have quickly entered this tree into my Gramps software. Malcom lives in Australia, and like my family, his family comes from North Devon. The next step is to find Stanley GAMMON in the 1911 census andwork back through the 1800s in the other censuses.
Descendant Report for Gammon, Stanley A
1. Gammon, Stanley A.
He married Parkin, Ivy M in 1921-09-00 in Barnstaple, Devonshire,
Spouse: Parkin, Ivy M.
This family tree is courtesy of someone with the user name of boyduk on Ancestry.co.uk. The family is linked to my tree (MINE) by Prudence GAMMON who married Thomas GAMMON. I have found the family in as many censuses as I could over the last week, and looked for births, marriages and deaths in my indexes. Unfortunately I cannot locate a transcription of the Mortehoe parish records, and therefore I cannot take the family any further back. I need to find Thomas GAMMON's baptism to identify his parents. The following is a descendant report from my database:
This famliy was quickly pulled together after another Guild Newswatch watcher sent me a copy of a thankyou notice from the Basingstoke Gazette of 6th September 2012. In this notice, the family were thanking everyone who sent messages, donations and attended the funeral for Lilian May Gammon. A little trawling on the internet found me a little information on Lilian and her husband Dennis who lived in the Witchurch area of Hampshire. Using the marriage and birth indexes, I found Denis's father Cecil Gammon, and Cecil's wife Kathleen Downer.
A funeral notice appeared in the Billericay & Wickford Gazette of 14 Nov 2012 for Phylis Evelyn GAMMON. Using the information from this I was able to put together a small tree. Phyllis's husband was Beau GAMMON, who I found in the Births, Marriages & Deaths indexes was named Frederick C B GAMMON. As the tree includes living people, there are no dates in the family tree I have uploaded to the website. Due to Beau being born after the 1911 census, I was unable to trace the family further back without knowing who his father was.