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red mail Richard FRYER
If anyone has any information on the following, especially the parents and siblings of Richard, please let me know. Richard Fryer 1792-1862, born to Richard and Phoebe, married Ann Bailey Pitcher (1808-56), children Thomas 1828-29, Sarah Elizabeth 1829-1915, Richard 1831-63, Hannah 1832-1907, Thomas 1835-36, Phoebe 1837-84, Caroline 1839-61, Mary Pitcher 1841-1906, Sophia 1843-1910, Timothy Pitcher 1846-1917 and Benjamin Thomas 1851-1913.
red mail Sims Family
I am researching the Sims family from Arlingham/Saul area. Richard Sims was a mariner. Does anyone know who his father may be or if he had a brother called Daniel. There are graves in Saul chuchyard for Daniel and other family members. Richard was born in 1809 and died in1863 and was married to Mary Hodder. Glenis
red mail Greenway of Arlingham / Frampton
Looking for information relating to the Greenway family of Arlingham Gloucestershire cira 1800 and earlier.
red mail Jenkins family in Arlingham, Gloucestershire
I am researching the Jenkins family who lived in Arlingham during the 18th and 19th centuries. My gg father Oswald Jenkins was baptised in Arlingham in 1854, son of Thomas Jenkins (baptised in Arlingham 21/10/1804) and Hannah Golding (bap in Arlingham 31/3/1811), son of William Jenkins (bap in Arlingham 24/05/1772) and Prudence Vimpany (bap in Arlingham 2/5/1773), son of Thomas Jenkins and Elizabeth Clutterbuck (married in Arlingham 1771)
red mail Harriet Browning, 1792
Harriet Browning was christened in 1792, in Arlingham, daughter of William Browning and Ann. She married Edward West of Painswick in 1821.
red mail Arlingham Glos And Petersfield Hants.
My ancestor was a William Moore, bap at Arlingham on 20.3.1785. In 1805 he married Elizabeth Todman at Portsea in Hampshire while he was a serving soldier in the Napoleonic wars. He spent the last years of his life in the Lord Leycester Hospital inWarwick (a home for retired servicemen). If you have any connection with either the Moore or Todman families, please get in touch.
red mail Merry Family
Researching the MERRY family of Arlingham, 1540s - 1880s.


 
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