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Ruck family
Seeking info on Elizabeth Ruck's c1827 family & siblings.Her fathers name was William on marriage cert.She married John Guy 1851 in Chipping Norton.Her family came from around the Farmington area.
red mail Joynes
Abel Joynes (bap 1771 Farmington) Any further information on Abel would be appreciated! His parents were Thomas and Sarah and he had a son, Stephen born in 1803
red mail MOSS FARMINGTON
LOOKING FOR INFO ON THE MOSS FAMILY WHO LIVED IN FARMINGTON IN LATE 1700`S ESPECIALY SARAH BN ABT 1797.
red mail BARNARD & HOLYOAK
Please cane anyone help me I am looking for the birth of MARY ANN BARNARD born about 1817 in FARMINGTON also the DEATH of THOMAS BARNARD and ELIZABETH BARNARD/nee HOLYOAK they lived in FARMINGTON and died after 1816 Thank you for reading this yours very hopefully janet
red mail Stephens of Farmington
My great grandfather John Stephens was a farmer at Farmington when my grandmother Elizabeth was born in the 1850s. Any info on the Stephens family please?
red mail Hunt For Humffres Humphris Or Humphreys
Thomas Humphreys, of Farmington, married Joanna Wheeler on 7th Feb, 1582 in Sherborne, Gloucester. (Sherborne is 3 miles from Farmington) Descendants used the name HUMPHRIS. Later generations migrated to South Australia in 1850. Later villages connected with the family include: Naunton, Cold Aston, Turkdean, Bourton on the Water, Cold Aston, Hazelton. Other names associated with the Gloucestershire Humphris name: Hanks, Freeman, Buckley, Francis, Edwards. Love to hear from any 'Curious Foxes/Vixens' with similar connections. cheers from Western Australia, 'Frederina'


 
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