I am an Annetts from Winterslow, lived there for the first 25 years of my life and now live in Salisbury which is only 7 miles away and I am back there at least once a week.
I'm afraid I can't give you dates or exact information, however, I'm a keen student of history and some years back our family was provided with a family tree that was researched for us and I do recall some of the information.
Some of the information I remember is that Annetts' were first detected as being in Winterslow in about 1790 and it is believed that they came over from the France/Switzerland border from a town called Annecy hence the name apparently.
Some other things I remember is that throughout the 19th century the Annetts worked in the weaving industry and spent some time in the workhouse.
Silas Stone and Mary Annetts were definitely on this tree, I remember this well as a close friend of mine, also from Winterslow is a Stone and as far as his grandparents could recall their family had always been in Winterslow, so we assumed we were distantly related.
Incidently, my Stone friend and I were born two days apart in Salisbury hospital and were placed in cots next to each other and remain firm friends having both recently celebrated our 30th Birthdays in a Winterslow.
If you are still interested in the Annetts I may be able to dig out further information.