I will certainly get some bits together for you. It is hard to follow up on names when they are misspelt. I was stuck about the Larcombe family for years as I refused to believe that it was them written as Scarcombe. With experience I discovered that L and S are often transcribed wrongly.
(courtesy Jenny Mayne)
Secondly, and more importantly is that my family owes its existence to the survival of the Sparkes [ note with an e ], being direct descendants. I cannot tell you a great deal about them but you may be interested to know that far from being daunted by the trip they turned round and sailed back to England' They missed what London had to offer. Four years later they arrived back again on the "Glenmark", November 1867. determined to make the most of Christchurch.
William Sparkes was actually a Shakespearean actor who used his set-making skills to describe himself a carpenter a more desirable trade for winning an an assisted passage. [ or two ]
Two of his daughters later married two brothers in another of my family lines.
(courtesy Lex Calder)