DORSET - 'STRANGE' AND DERIVATIVES
Family of Lucy-Anne Cranmore
Robert Strange was my 2x. Gt. grandfather = Elizabeth Gibbs
The family is to be found on the 1851 census page above at Owermoigne Folio 10 Page 15 (Ed.)
The sons of Robert and Elizabeth in the 1881 census are:
Some extra 1851 Census for STRANGE from Lucy-Anne:
3 Parishes Cerne Abbas
I have received a genealogy report from Claire Smith-Burns (claireburns(at)telus(dot)net), it is based on John STRANGE born at Cerne Abbas c1750, died 1804 and was married to Grace COOMS. Click for the PDF file
Claire also sent me a transcription of the will of Grace STRANGE, PRO Catalogue Ref.:Prob 11/1526, 7th June 1811, proved with a codicil 15th October 1811. Click here for an RTF file
Claire said, "I am not descended from the STRANGE family but rather from the COOMBS family of Cerne Abbas, Dorset. I have done extensive research on this family and actually visited Cerne Abbas in May. Grace (COOMBS) STRANGE'S parents are my 7th Great-grandparents. I am descended through two of Grace's brothers (Robert & James) as the son of James COOMBS married the daughter of Robert COOMBS (first cousins)".
East Stoke Marriage: 1826 Sep 10 Robert STRANGE married Ann MENTON
Milton Abbas Marriage: 1844 Dec 24 Thomas STRANGE and Mary FIZZLE, both single, of full age and btop,occupation of
From: "Frank Strange" (Frank(dot)Strange(at)tpi(dot)net) I have been researching my family name for some years. They were in Shaftsbury in Dorset in the late 1800's and earlier in other Dorset towns and villages in that part of Dorset. My great grandfather Frederick William Strange moved to London when working for the railways.
1 Frederick William Strange; dob: 25 Oct 1860 Shaftsbury, Dorset; dod: Mar 1901
Hence my GG Grandmother and her daughter-in-law my G Grandmother both had Strange relations. If you have any info on the Goodfellow or the Drake family through your Strange researches, I would really appreciate it, as I am a complete amateur at this game.
4 Oddments Vernon Herridge found this entry at Dorchester Records Office (Dorset) in a book on Quaker
Vernon Herridge found these references to STRANGE Sailors whilst looking for other things at
STRANGE SAILORS DORSET CREW LISTS: NAME INDEX SURNAME FORENAME BIRTHPLACE AGE VESSEL LIST JOB* REF: * STARTS * = See Below STRANGE Arthur Sherborne 1865 Monarch /1/1898 Fireman NG/SC/WY/36/7/1 STRANGE Arthur Sherborne 1865 Monarch /7/1898 Fireman NG/SC/WY/36/7/2 STRANGE Dick Ipswich 14 Cock O' The Walk /7/1898 Cook NG/SC/WY/36/6/2 STRANGE Dick Ipswich 14 Cock O' The Walk /7/1898 OS NG/SC/WY/36/6/2 STRANGE United Franklin [X] States 23 Aurora /3/1862 AB NG/SC/PL/1/49/1 STRANGE H Ipswich 51 Cock O' The Walk /7/1903 Master NG/SC/WY/41/5/2 STRANGE H Ipswich 61 Cock O' The Walk /7/1913 Master NG/SC/WY/51/2/2 STRANGE Henry Ipswich 1852 Moss Rose 1/7/1888 Master NG/SC/WY/26/19/2 STRANGE Henry Ipswich 1852 Moss Rose /1/1893 Master NG/SC/WY/31/12/1 STRANGE Henry Ipswich 1852 Moss Rose /7/1893 Master NG/SC/WY/31/12/2 STRANGE Henry Ipswich 46 Cock O' The Walk /1/1898 Master NG/SC/WY/36/6/1 STRANGE Henry Ipswich 46 Cock O' The Walk /7/1898 Master NG/SC/WY/36/6/2 STRANGE Henry Ipswich 50 Cock O' The Walk /1/1903 Master NG/SC/WY/41/5/1 STRANGE Henry Ipswich 55 Cock O' The Walk /1/1908 Master NG/SC/WY/46/6/1 STRANGE Henry Ipswich 60 Cock O' The Walk /1/1913 Master NG/SC/WY/51/2/1 STRANGE Henry Ipswich 1856 Moss Rose 1/1/1888 Master NG/SC/WY/26/19/1 STRANGE Henry Ipswich 52 Cock O' The Walk /7/1908 Master NG/SC/WY/46/6/2 STRANGE J Ipswich 15 Cock O' The Walk /7/1903 Cook NG/SC/WY/41/5/2 STRANGE Jack Ipswich 20 Cock O' The Walk /7/1908 Mate NG/SC/WY/46/6/2 STRANGE Jack Ipswich 20 Cock O' The Walk /1/1908 Mate NG/SC/WY/46/6/1 STRANGE Jack Ipswich 14 Cock O' The Walk /1/1903 Cabin Boy NG/SC/WY/41/5/1 STRANGE James Broadmayne 1857 Empres 1/1/1888 Fireman NG/SC/WY/24/17/1 STRANGE James Broadmayne 1857 Commodore 1/7/1888 Engineer NG/SC/WY/26/13/1 STRANGE James Broadmayne 1857 Commodore /1/1898 Engineer NG/SC/WY/26/13/2 STRANGE James Broadmayne 1857 Albert Victor /1/1893 Asst Eng & Fireman NG/SC/WY/31/15/1 STRANGE James Broadmayne 1857 Albert Victor /1/1893 Asst Eng & Fireman NG/SC/WY/31/15/2 STRANGE James Broadmayne 1857 Albert Victor /7/1894 Asst Eng & Fireman NG/SC/WY/32/12/2 STRANGE James Broadmayne 1857 Monarch /7/1898 Asst Engineer NG/SC/WY/36/7/2 STRANGE James Broadmayne 1857 Monarch /1/1898 Asst Engineer NG/SC/WY/ } These STRANGE James Broadmayne 1857 Majestic /1/1903 Asst Engr NG/SC/WY/ } need STRANGE James Broadmayne 1857 Majestic /7/1903 Asst Engr NG/SC/WY/ } to STRANGE James Broadmayne 1857 Emperor of India /1/1908 Asst Engr NG/SC/WY/ } be STRANGE James Broadmayne 1857 Emperor of India /7/1913 Asst Engr NG/SC/WY/ } checked STRANGE James Broadmayne 1857 Emperor of India /1/1913 Asst Engr NG/SC/WY/ } STRANGE James Broadmayne 1857 Emperor of India /1/1913 Asst Engr NG/SC/WY/ } * JOB EG ORS or OS = Ordinary Seaman * REF: NG/SC/WY/36/7/2 NG = National Government Records SC = Shipping Crew WY = Port code for Weymouth 36 = 36 years on from 1862 when records began, so 1898. (1863 = Year 1) 7 = Vessel - lists are stored in official number order within each year 2 = individual list, so person is in second list. Up to 7 lists in any year.
Patrick Strange made the observations that Henry Strange (Captain Harry Strange) was a very famous Thames Sailing Barge master, said to be unsurpassed in his chosen profession. "Cock O' The Walk" was a large ketch rigged type of barge called a "Boomie", sadly sunk in the first war. There was also another very well known barge master called Captain Tom Strange, Captain Harry's brother. He guessed that Dick Strange, H. Strange and Jack Strange would all most certainly been relatives of Captain Harry and brother Tom. Any way if anyone is interested there is quite a lot about the brothers and their exploits in "Sailing Barges" by Frank G.G.Carr, (which is wonderful book in its own right).
From <firstname.lastname@example.org > March 2006