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- Jeremiah & Porter Ridout: yellow silk shoes and blue murder!
- The Nethercombe Ridouts in Sherborne: have I found my line?
- Ridouts, Rideouts and a tangled web of yDNA
- The Ridout Collection: Society of Genealogists, London
- George Biggs Orchard and ‘the blonde in the black dress’
- The sad tale of Benjamin Guinness Orchard
- The Orchards of Widcombe: ancestors of Jacob, William, Charles, Thomas, Isaac and Abraham
- From Orchards to Archards: coachmakers, pawnbrokers, local councillors and… Australians!
- Abraham ORCHARD, Thomas & Mary MILLS, Mrs Hannah MORE and Zachary MACAULEY all in one blog!
- Isaac and Abraham ORCHARD: Friends of John Wesley!
- Isaac and Abraham Orchard of Bath: gentlemen non-conformists
- More rambling about the Orchards: Walter and William Henry of Abbey Green
- The Orchard family of Bath: Perriwigs, Powders and Pomatums
- The child that was born on the Sabbath Day: William Ridout (1822-1892)
- An assortment of children belonging to John Ridout
- A new generation: John Ridout’s oldest son, John
- My x3 great uncles: Charles and Samuel Ridout
- A genealogical miscellany discovered during a short trip to Sherborne
- Exploding the myth – Sherborne Rid(e)outs and the Huguenots!
- ‘John Ridout IV’ – a man of mystery
- From John Ridout of Sherborne to John Ridout of Bath: a hypothesis
- George Ridout, baker of West Mill, Sherborne
- Hyle Farm, Limekiln Farm and Ridout’s Mill, Sherborne
- Linking William of Hyle and Christopher Ridout
- Christopher Ridout of Sherborne, miller & yeoman (1669-1743)
- The Ridout Act: Christopher Ridout of Henstridge (1664-1694)
- William Ridowte of Hyle, Sherborne 1620
- John Ridout & Sons?
- John Ridout and the Countess
- William Henry Somerton and the Bristol Mercury
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Tag Archives: West Mill Sherborne
Last week I was fortunate enough to visit Sherborne, a lovely Dorset town and home of my mother’s paternal family, the Ridouts. In antiquity, Sherborne and nearby Blandford were the main centre for Ridouts and hence there were rich pickings … Continue reading
Christopher Ridout’s second son was George (1701-1779). When he grew up, George was by trade a baker and probably succeeded to his father’s business at West Mill. The mill had originally been built in the sixteenth century but was apparently … Continue reading