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Research report by Alan Newbold into the Budd family of East Meon.
Research by Alan Newbold into the genealogy of Budd family.

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  • I’m Owen Budd’s grandson. I need to correct the photo “Owen Budd in centre 1914”; he’s actually 4th from left.

    By Richard Miller (24/10/2018)
  • John Budd (1792) and Charlotte Waller were my great great great great Grandparents via their Son Jeremiah. I believe Jeremiah joined the Marines and lived in Gosport. His son Fred moved to Portsmouth and was the Grandfather of my Grandad Fred. What a great site to stumble upon and thanks for sharing ! For the record, I live just on the edge of the Meon Valley.

    By Dan Budd (05/07/2016)
  • Interesting articles but am afraid I think there may be some mistakes regarding John Budd and Martha Dicker – the article states that “John was a farm labourer and married Martha Dicker from Ashe, near Basingstoke in 1734” in fact Martha Dicker came from a very wealthy family and her father William Dicker’s will from c1744 is available online. He left thousands of pounds and several properties to his children therefore it is highly unlikely that John Budd her husband was a farm labourer. Martha Dicker and John Budd’s son was James Dicker Budd who owned Court Farm in Overton, inherited from his mother’s family. I think there may be a mix up with another John Budd in the area. There is information available online regarding this family and Court Farm, Overton, Hants.

    By Jane Budd (06/04/2016)
  • I was searching for information about my late father’s former wife Vera Budd, daughter of Colour Sergeant Crispin Budd DSM, when I found this site. It is a fantastc resourcefor the family and anyone connected to it.

    By Malcolm Moss-Ward (17/11/2015)
  • I am the great grandson of Hephzibah Budd who married Frederick Garrett. I did some research some years ago but it was not as comprehensive as yours. I was delighted to find this on the Internet this morning. My grandmother was always a bit reluctant to talk about our history and as it appears that her husband was illegitimate, I now know why. Many thanks Roy Garrett-Budd

    By Roy Garrett-Budd (17/09/2015)
  • I am looking into my family from east meon. I am a descendant of John Budd and Charlotte Waller.

    By carole firth (09/07/2015)
  • My Grandfather was Percy William Budd who came from East Meon/Froxfield. His Parents Emma and George Budd lived at Lower Bordean Farm at some time. My great uncle Cecil George Budd was killed in France in WW1 and is honoured on the Steep war memorial and in the church
    I was really interested to see these Budd photographs and would like to know if anyone has any photographs of Cecil George Budd he was born in Froxfield in 1888
    Thank you

    By Janet Read (20/06/2015)
  • Edith Budd married Fred Hutty. Fred Hutty was my Great Grandfather. It was interesting to say the least to come across the photograph of the wedding group. There are five of the men in Royal Marines uniform. Fred was in the RM band based in Eastney Barracks, Gosport. This tradition carried on when all his sons including my Grandfather Frederick Percy, were all in the RM band.

    By Ian Hutty (18/06/2015)
  • I am a descendant of the Budd family, Frank Budd 1850 to 1920 is my 2nd Great Grandfather his daughter married a Spiers also from East Meon. I have photos of Frank and Ann Budd which I will add. We knew Frank as Alfred.

    By Kirsten - nee Spiers (09/05/2015)
  • I have only just discovered this book.
    I am descended from John Budd who married Martha Dicker.
    I never added John Budd’s father Anthony to my Tree when I found it, because I could not prove it.
    He certainly is added now.
    John and Martha’s descendant was James Dicker Budd, and he was my g.g.g.Grandfather.
    And there are descendants to this day in Portugal.
    But that’s another Chapter.

    By Joan Harrison (11/11/2014)
  • Alan – my thanks for your great work on the Budd family. I too am a descendent of William and Sophia Harriet Budd as they are my Great Great Grandparents. Their daughter, Edith Priscilla, married Fred Hutty and their son, Cecil George Hutty was my mother’s father. Amazingly, just 8 years ago and with no knowledge of my links to the area, my wife and I moved to Droxford, just a few miles down the Meon valley! My mother, who is now in her 80’s, will love to see the photos of her Great Grandparents!

    By Derek Hart (29/08/2014)

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