The known surnames of persons in this group to 5th cousin level are; Davis, Barns (Barnes), Gatrell, & Preston. There are a number of gaps in our knowledge of ancestors at this level.
Three matches are through John Davis' son John, 1803-1890 and his son John, 1832-1909. These are to Lesley Davis, Averil Jane Davis, (who has a ThruLines link on Ancestry) and very recently to Gareth Anthony Adams. There is another match to Caroline Miller shared by Averil and Gareth but her connection is to be worked out.
The second line from John is through his daugher Emmeline, 1811-1882 through Elizabeth Spurrier to Edward Henry Collington of Poole, 1870-1940, to Lesley Barbara Collington, his granddaughter. Another match on this line comes from Edward's brother Samuel George Collington to his great-granddaughter Tracy Brown, whose son matches at 9cM on 1 segment.
The third line with 4 matches is through John's son James, 1807-1885, to his daughter (and my great-grandmother) Sarah Ann Davis, 1842-1926. Her eldest son, Tom Galton, 1875-1948 leads to my mother Edith Elsie Galton to which mine, my children and my nieces all match. Tom's eldest son Harry, 1877-1828, leads to Corinne J Thompson, via her mother Maureen Gibbs, 1936-2016.
These matches are in large part due to the good on-line trees for this side of the family.
No identified connections have appeared in any of the cluster analyses done so far. However, as with the Galtons, there are strong indications of connections from Dorset and Hampshire matches to Newfoundland including the surnames of Anstey, Davis, Galton, Verge and Pelley and analysis is in progress.
Updated on 14/05/2020.