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red mail Hodges/May Family Dymock
Looking for info for the Hodges/May family that lived in Dymock Gloucestershire early 1900s and on, My great grandfather Albert William Hodges married Alice Emily May, they had a daughter Mary Eliabeth Hodges who later married Harry Jones, so looking for early family info for Albert and Alice, Albert fought in WW1 with the Hereford regt, Alice worked many years at the boyce court Dymock.
red mail ewe tree cottage dymock
can anybody help me with any information on the history of ewe tree cottage from the early 1900 s to the 1940 s my friend has information that her father was born there in 1927 but she is not sure if the information is correct.can anyone from this area help we are looking for the surname of fox or webb would apriciate any help, thanks ann
red mail parents of harold john fox
looking for information on the parents of harold john fox born 13th march 1927 at ewe tree cottage dymock gloucester does anybody have any information on the parents and if there was any other siblings, it is also believed that harold johns father died when he was young and that his mother remarried and went on to have some more children,can anyone help. thank you ann
red mail BRADLEY'S OF DYMOCK
I AM RESEARCHING MY FAMILY HISTORY AND HAVE DISCOVERED THAT MANY OF THEM CAME FROM DYMOCK. I AM LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON ELIZABETH BRADLEY c.1796, HER TWIN SONS WILLIAM AND THOMAS,c. 1827, HER DAUGHTER ANN c.1831 ALSO WILLIAMS WIFE ANN c.1822. I WOULD BE GRATEFUL FOR ANY INFORMATION.
red mail Fawk/Fawke/Fawkes family Dymock
I'm researching my ancestors/relatives in the Dymock/Ledbury/Much Marcle area, the main one being Heny John Fawke 1989 who married Phylis Dagmar Tarling c1905. Any information at all would be greatly appreciated! cheers Rachel
red mail Wilkins in and around the parish of Dymock
Thomas Wilkins. Born Newent 1803. His son Titus Wilkins. His son James Wilkins. His son Kenneth Wilkins. His son Derek Wilkins. His son (STEVEN WILKINS). His son Harry Wilkins. I have some family details in a family bible that goes back to Thomas which he gave to his son (TITUS)
Dymock linked to Depnock (or Depmock)
Trying to find out if a place named Depnock (or Depmock) is referring to Dymock, Gloucester. The only reference found for Depnock refers to a Roman road in Gloucester - "Lintridge near Depnock." There are numerous references to Dymock in that same source which implies that Depnock is a distinct place but I've also seen a location named Lintridge very close to Dymock. Looking for the birthplace of William or Thomas Norris later of Barnsley in late 1500's. Any help is greatly appreciated.
red mail Drews Farm - Dymock/Dallimore Family
I am looking for any information about Drews Farm in Dymock particularly if it still exists and any history. In the late 1700's it belonged to the Dallimore Family. Thanks!
PUCKMORE
Seeking to contact anyone with links to the Puckmore family who lived in the Dymock / Bromsberrow / Pauntley area in the 16th & 17th centuries. Briefly, John Puckmore m 2 Nov 1647 at Pauntley had six children (all bap at Pauntley): Joanne 1643, William 1643/44, William 1644/45, John 1647, Edward 1650, Richard 1654. Edward (d 1722 at Dymock) had five children: Anne 1680, Joane 1681 (m Thomas Vaughan), Anne 1683, John 1687, Anne 1689/90 - all bap at Dymock except the first Anne, bap Pauntley (m John Hankins). John m (1) Elizabeth Winiatt at Dymock 1720 but she d 28 May 1731 and he then m (2) Anne Powel at Dymock on 15 May 1734. They had four children, all bap at Dymock: Mary 1736 (m John Hankins 1777), John 1739/40 (m Lydia Mason 1766), Elizabeth 1743/4 (m Richard Reading 1776), James 1746/7. John and Lydia had six children: Mary 1767, Lydia 1769, John 1771, James 1773, William 1776, James 1778 (first four at Dymock, last two at Bromsberrow). James m Mary Hill 1805 - for their children, see PUCKMORE entry under Stroud.
red mail SPARROW
Looking for information on the Sparrow family of Dymock and in particular on Paul Sparrow, bapt Dymock 1782, died Battersea, Surrey, 1866.
red mail Hodges
I am looking to make contact with anyone else reasearching the Hodges families of Dymock. I have my line back to the start of the parish records right up to my ancestor William Hodges(b1837)- son of John Hodges (b1802) and Hannah - left the village and moved to Stoke Lacy in Herefordshire. I also have my family up to the present day. I am looking to fill in a few gaps and to add to my knowledge of Dymock. I have a copy of the book "Dymock down the ages", but there is only a passing reference to the Hodges.
red mail Pearson/Mogridge
Looking for marriage for John Pearson/Sarah (Ann) Mogridge around 1836/37. They lived in Bromsberrow Heath & their thirteen children were baptised in Dymock.Also looking for death of Sarah prior to 1881 census.
red mail Bayliss
John BAYLISS married Ann WHITE 7 Feb. 1837 at Dymock. Variant: Baylis
red mail Wilkins Dymock
Looking for family of Titus and Harriet Wilkins (nee Underwood) from Bromsberrow area of Dymock.
red mail Reynolds, Dymock
Is anyone aware of the Reynolds family, Edward and Alice, who were in Dymock at the time of the 1901 Census please?
Dymock Family Name
Am trying to find my roots here.If anyone knows the name of a William James Dymock whom I was told came over from England with his mother & father. They settled in Canada & moved to Penn. State where him & is wife had 5 children. One of them is my father: Donald Francis Dymock.
red mail Hawkins - Callow Farm 1881
Looking for descendants of Charles and Louisa Hawkins born 1826/7. Children Louisa Stephens,Charles Howard,George Arthur and I am great granddaughter of Florence Mary born 1863. Believe one or more of the sons emigrated to U.S.A.
red mail catharine hartland
Have Catharine Hartland and James Vertegans marrying Dymock 1815. Think this may be Catharina Hartland (born 1788) daughter of Robert Hartland and Deebe Weale married Dymock 1786.
red mail Vertigans and Hartland or Hill
In Dymock, a "Jams" Vertigans married a Catharine Hartland in 10.7.1815, and had a son Edward. Separate information named the lady Catherine Hill, but this may be an error. Have Dymock folks any knowledge of them? Thanks B
shayle
any information ref shayle family of the callow 1540 or shayles in this ledbury and much markle area would be much apprceated thank you in anticipation. . .
red mail watkins
i am looking for watkins family who lived in dymock and redmarley....particularly Joseph.
red mail Hooper family, Dymock, Glo
Looking for history of this family
red mail John Watkins
I am looking for more information regarding the family of John Watkins born in Much Marcle c1815, later married Sarah and had son Thomas born in Dymock in 1861. On 1871 Census he is at Moorend, Dymock, in 1881 Jink Robbin, Much Marcle & in 1891 Hall Wood, Much Marcle. If you have any further info please get in touch.
Winter/morgan (dymock)
Is there anyone local to Dymock that may possibly have ANY information on my ancestors in DYMOCK. In particular THOMAS MORGAN b.1800 who married ELIZABETH WINTER in 1820 or any info. on THOMAS WINTER b.1849 who married HARRIET HODGES in 1871. Both buried in DONNINGTON church. When I visited the grave had been attended to so there must be some living relatives in Gloucester area.
red mail Grundy
Family and connections of Joseph or Thomas. Family came from Staunton/Dymock area of Gloucestershire to Fownhope area in Herefordshire early 19th century.
Greenway
My Sadler ancestors lived at the Old Nailshop.0-1800-1880 Ann Sadler married John Watkins 1835
red mail Wynniatt Of Dymock
looking for any wynniatt family connections with the Dymock area throughout history. Understand it can be traced back for many hundreds of years. Can anyone help with any information


 
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