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Boyt, Haviland, Cockram and Pitt Families of Isle of Purbeck, Dorset

NEW (Nov 2020) Rare YDNA H2 Discovered in Ireland): https://pbase.com/daveb/purbeck/Y700/Y700H
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Looking for Boyett, Boyt/e, Cockram, Savage, Cockerham, Haviland and Pitt YDNA and family research in Purbeck and surrounding areas of Dorset, UK.

Family research connecting the Boyt, Haviland, Cockram and Pitt families of Purbeck, Dorset. This project was started in February 2020 after finding Ancestry DNA matches between Boyt and Haviland. Since that time various records have been found in the Parish records showing connections between the families around the Swanage (Sandwich) areas of Purbeck. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swanage
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/corfe-castle

(Date 1325) Grant by John Chyke of Wareham to Peter le Boyt of Blachenwell in Purbeck of his holding of land at le Wytemulle [White Mill] in the parish of St Bartholomew, Schapwyk [Shapwick], with his part of the mill, and various lands. Also the third part currently held by Alice Crul as her dower after the death of John Chyke's father (once it should fall vacant).
Witnesses: Roger Champayn, John Champayn, James de Wynterborn, Robert Tylie, John Colsweyn, John Lysther, Richard de Callesale. Date 1325 https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/white-mill

A record in the Isle of Purbeck dated 1444 for John Boyt of Langton Herring Dorset. He is listed a “reeve” an Anglo-Saxon word for Bailiff or Overseer.
https://sites.rootsweb.com/~fordingtondorset/Files2/BailiffsofDorchester.html

Research places the Haviland Family at the Wilkeswood Manor from about 1530. Wilkeswood from court records dated April 26 1697 indicated that it was in the possession of James Haviland located as part of Eastlington and Langton Wallis. It is located near the marble quarries outside Swanage. Part of: Eastlington and Langton Wallis, Map of Eastlington http://gigapan.com/gigapans/194434

James Haverland of Wilkeswood Manor married Elizabeth Cockram, dau of Rev Bruin Cockram, Rector of Swanich. Worth Matravers, Feb 8, 1679, William Boyte marries Bridget Haviland, dau of James Haviland. Worth Matravers is a small village 3½ miles S.S.E. from Corfe Castle bounded by the English Channel on the south and the nearby seaside Swanage 4 miles east.

William Cockram of Egliston, Purbeck: http://www.tynehamopc.org.uk/early-history/
. https://archive.org/details/inaroundisleofpu00wood/page/122/mode/2up?q=cockram

James de Havelland Mayor of Poole in the years 1494, 1498, 1502, and 1506. James married Helena. They had three sons Richard, John, and William; and one daughter, Hélène or Eleanor. The daughter married William, the son of Nicholas Pitt (living temp. Henry VI.), who is the first known ancestor of that historic family. (Haviland Research Documents)

http://www.opcdorset.org/SwanageFiles/SwanageBaps1563-1684.htm
1680 20 Jan Ann daughter of William & Bridget Boyt
1682 19 Nov Mary daughter of William & Bridget Boyte

Isle of Purbeck (PVRBEK) 1645 the village Sandwitch on the coast is now Swanage and the location of many Boyte records including marriage records to the Cockram/Cockerham, Pitt and Haviland Families). The marble merchant travel was by ship to nearby Poole. You can see the steep ridge of rock and evidence of no roads or bridges to other parts of Dorset. Corfe Castle, Corfe is an old Anglo Saxon word for (Gate/Gap), which is located at the only gap through the ridge.
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/corfe-castle

Stone Merchants and Marblers of Corfe Castle
https://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/DOR/CorfeCastle/articles

Records of annual meetings of the Marblers/Stone Cutters were held at Corfe Castle and meetings reflect statements that some members were descendants of Phoenicians. However, no confirming information found except for records of "Phoenician coal money" being found by the local miners.
Prehistoric and Romano-British Kimmeridge Shale: https://bnss.org.uk/sections/museum/objects/coal-money/

This rare YDNA has recently been discovered in ancient remains in Ireland. Migration of H2 is from the middle-east and certainly out of place for Anglo/Saxon Britain. Currently a mystery as to how they arrived in Ireland or Purbeck.

H2 Study 2021, 2nd Migration Route: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-021-94491-z?fbclid
We highlight the improved performance obtained via YMCA by analyzing the Y-chromosomal haplogroup H2 (H-P96), a low-frequency YHG that is associated with early farmers during the Neolithic transition in Western Eurasia. We curated a data set of 46 previously published individuals (45 ancient and 1 modern), and 49 newly YMCA-sequenced individuals (all ancient). We show that our current understanding of H2, which is based largely on modern H2 samples (n = 20), is inconsistent with the ancient diversity of our H2 individuals. In resolving this ancient haplogroup, we can show two distinct migration paths along the Mediterranean and Danube for Neolithic groups from Anatolia to Western Europe, ultimately resulting in the Mediterranean-derived groups also reaching Britain and Ireland.
Whitemill, Shapwick, Dorset
Whitemill, Shapwick, Dorset
William Boyte of Swanage (Will of 1686/7)
William Boyte of Swanage (Will of 1686/7)
Isle of Purbeck Map 1645
Isle of Purbeck Map 1645
corfe castle national trust UK
corfe castle national trust UK
Phoenician Coal Money Kimmeridge Purbeck
Phoenician Coal Money Kimmeridge Purbeck
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