Church Services

St Mary’s Parish Church, Netherbury

“ A Small Pilgrim Place ”

 

The services can be seen by pressing the following link on the Beaminster Team Site Church Services

5 Responses to Church Services

  1. Peter Sampson says:

    Hi Morag
    Thank you for your help. I believe the Mark you mention from the 1841 census is who I am looking for. He was a farm labourer at Clenham Mill. While his daughters are mentioned, his sons are not on that census record. His wife is mentioned as Sarah in the census but on other sites as Martha. Do you know anything about working at the Clenham Mill in the 1830-40s. I take it was a flax mill.
    It appears from the Marriages register that Mark Sampson could also have been known as Mark Sansom.
    Thanks
    Peter

  2. glenwaytown says:

    Hi Peter

    Your contact details were give to me by Glen Bishop from the Netherbury Village website.

    Over the past couple of years I have been mapping the churchyard memorials or as many as I can decipher.
    I have found 2 Sampson memorials, although they do not fit in with your names and dates, they may be of interest.

    There is one in the south side of the churchyard:

    Sacred to the memory of Ann wife of
    Benjn Sampson, Yeoman of the parish of Yetminster
    Who departed this life October 29th 1841 aged 58 years
    Affliction sore long time I bore
    Physicians were in vain
    till God was pleas’d death should me seize
    To ease me of my pain
    Also of David Sampson son of the aforesaid Benjamin
    & Ann Sampson died May 24th 1804 aged 2 year.
    Also of their son Joseph who died in his infancy.

    And another one is the north side of the churchyard which commemorates Henry Sampson died 6/12/1919 aged 65 and Phoebe Sampson died 25/03/1929 aged 72.

    You may also like to go onto the Netherbury History Website: Netherburyhistory.org
    This is full of old photos, records and histories. On the 1841 Census a Mark Sampson is listed, he is aged 50, who would fit in with your age range, but does not have a son Charles. If you search the website there are quite a few Sampson entries.

    If you require further information please do not hesitate to contact me.

    Kind regards
    Morag Curtis

  3. Morag Curtis has found the following – she was unable to e-mail your address as given.

    Hi Peter

    Your contact details were give to me by Glen Bishop from the Netherbury Village website.

    Over the past couple of years I have been mapping the churchyard memorials or as many as I can decipher.
    I have found 2 Sampson memorials, although they do not fit in with your names and dates, they may be of interest.

    There is one in the south side of the churchyard:

    Sacred to the memory of Ann wife of
    Benjn Sampson, Yeoman of the parish of Yetminster
    Who departed this life October 29th 1841 aged 58 years
    Affliction sore long time I bore
    Physicians were in vain
    till God was pleas’d death should me seize
    To ease me of my pain
    Also of David Sampson son of the aforesaid Benjamin
    & Ann Sampson died May 24th 1804 aged 2 year.
    Also of their son Joseph who died in his infancy.

    And another one is the north side of the churchyard which commemorates Henry Sampson died 6/12/1919 aged 65 and Phoebe Sampson died 25/03/1929 aged 72.

    You may also like to go onto the Netherbury History Website: Netherburyhistory.org
    This is full of old photos, records and histories. On the 1841 Census a Mark Sampson is listed, he is aged 50, who would fit in with your age range, but does not have a son Charles. If you search the website there are quite a few Sampson entries.

    If you require further information please do not hesitate to contact me.

    Kind regards
    Morag Curtis

  4. colin sampson says:

    looking for information and photos of the sampson family mainly Mark or his son Charles I am doing the family tree here in New Zealand

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