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red mail The Key Family at Tewkesbury
researching the Key (keyes,keyse,keay etc) family through Tewkesbury during the 19th and 20th centuries. Incomers, i believe, from nearby Malvern (and possibly Ombersley)where records show evidence of their existence many centuries before. Had abattoir and other business in the High Street.
red mail Jill Griffiths
I am trying to find out what happened to my friend Jill Griffiths. I used to work with her many years ago and we used to write regularly to each other. She stopped writing about 3 years ago and I have been unable to find out where/what happened to her. She run a hot foil printing business with her husband Robert in Mitton Tewkesbury. I live in Tasmania now so cannot visit the area. Any help would be appreciated. Kathryn
BREWER
WOULD LOVE TO MAKE CONTACT WITH THE BREWER FAMILY. JOHN BREWER MARRIED MARY HUNTLEY IN 1781. MARY WAS MY ANCESTOR
TIMBRELL
Would love to be in contact with the Timbrell family or relatives. William Timbrell married Hannah Huntley in 1783. Hannah is my ancestor
red mail Anderson
Looking for any Anderson's who were Fishermen living in Tewkesbury. William b. 1827. Married 4 times. Son Samuel b. 1860, moved to Walsall in Staffordshire, married Emily Thompson,had 5 children. Any information would be gratefully received.
Enoch Key
I am trying to trace the birth place/christening for Enoch Key who married Susanna Pye on 20 June 1791 in Tewkesbury. Susanna Pye was the daughter of William Pye and Mary Griffeth and was christened in Tewkesbury on 15 Nov 1772. They had eight, possibly nine children all christened in Tewkesbury: Mary, Martha, Elizabeth, Enoch (died age 1), Enoch, Thomas, William, Ann, and John (?). Where did Enoch come from?
red mail Information Needed Harper/Hartland Family
I'm looking for some information on Irene Hartland nee Harper, she married Jack (could be John) Hartland she 7 children, Jack, Lionel, Audrey, Roy, Cissy, Donald and Ruby(my grandmother) who married Ernest Donald Jones in 1939 or thereabouts. I know one of the children was born a twin, but one twin died. They came from Apperley near Tewkesbury, and moved to Feltham in Middlesex where my Gt Grandfather worked on the railway. We are currently trying to put together a family tree but with no birth, death and marriage dates its proving difficult. Any information anyone can help with would be much appreciated.
red mail Priors Park Tewkesbury
I would like to hear from anyone who remembers Priors Park, Tewkesbury in the period 1950 to 1970.
red mail Benjamin MOORE (b) 1851, Tewkesbury
In the 1881 Census. Reference: RG11 Piece / Folio 2536 / 8 Page Number 14. Benjamin MOORE and his wife ( Martha ) were living at 42 Philip Street, South Hamlet, Gloucester. Along with their children :- George MOORE. Son, single, 7, Scholar, (b) Birmingham. Frank MOORE. Son, single, 6, Scholar, (b) Birmingham. Martha MOORE. Daur, single, 4, Scholar, (b) Birmingham. Arthur MOORE. Son, single, 2, (b) Gloucester. Albert MOORE. Son, single, 8 m, (b) Gloucester. Are any of the above in your family tree ? If so, I would really like your help.
red mail Crilley
The Crilley family come originally from carlisle, uk and then moved up to Ashchurch.They now live in Tewkesbury by the ashchurch road. The Crilley's: oldest to youngest Sue (was Dean) John Steve Debbie (was Hughes) Simon Francesca Luke
red mail Staunton family
Looking for any info on a family called staunton lived in tewkesbury around 1860's.The one i'm looking for Renera staunton born 1862 in tewkesbury married michael fanning in hampstead london died in pancras london aged 22 1884 any info would be much appreciated

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