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red mail Iles family
Looking for information regarding George Iles b. 1847 in FC and wife Jane A. b 1850 FC. Children were: Mary, George, William, Alfred, Martha, Sarah, Charles, Allen born between 1868 to 1890. Martha is my Ggreatmother through her son Arthur living in Newport S. Wales.
red mail Corfield Family
I am looking for information about the Corfield family. Harriet Corfield was a dress maker in Frampton Cotterell. She married Henry Hulbert on May 10th, 1843, in the Parish Church in Frampton Cotterell. Her father was William Corfield, a butler. It is possible her mother was named Sarah, who was born in 1791 in Shapwick, Somerset. Henry and Harriet are buried in St Mary's churchyard, Frampton on Severn. John
red mail Looking for Gowing members
I have looking for information about any of the Gowing family who live in Frampton Cotterell in the early 1900s. Also any Gowings from Westerleigh, Coalpit Heath and the surrounding area . . . thanks. David.
red mail HAWKINS FAMILY
I am seeking details of the parents and family of John HAWKINS who was born in Frampton Cotterell in about 1802. I can find no record of him in the parish registers - he may have been christened in a nearby parish. Based on the second fore-names of his children, other related family names may have been Phillips or Reed. Any leads would be really appreciated.
Churchings
Can anyone tell me where or what was the Churchings at Frampton Cotterell around 1871. The Jenkins were at The Churchings on the 1871 census but I can find no reference to it anywhere gjs
red mail GREEN family, Frampton Cotterell
Any information on the descendants of SIMEON GREEN b ~1700 Frampton Cotterell and ELIZABETH HIX or HICKS b ~1697 Tytherington appreciated.
red mail HOUSE STAGG TURNER
Looking for information regarding the HOUSE family of Frampton Cotterell. Thomas HOUSE was born 1750 and married SUSANNAH(?)in 1770. They had at least 9 children including my ancester Thomas HOUSE b.29/12/1782. Thomas married Sarah STAGG ON 13/2/1806 Also seeking information on the wife of John Stagg HOUSE J.P.(b.1807 son of Thomas and Sarah). Her name was Elizabeth TURNER. John Stagg HOUSE and Elizabeth emigrated to Tasmania about 1841 along with their children Ellen, Susanah,Hester and John Stagg Jnr. Johns sibling Susannah, Elizabeth and Jonathan HOUSE appear to have emigrated at the same time.
red mail Baylis
Does anyone have links to this family? Thomas BAYLIS (1739-1821) Mother: Elizabeth (Betty) HIGHNAM (-1792) Marr: 11 Apr 1790, Westerleigh .Gloucestershire
COLE, Charles
Looking for any information for the COLE family, particularly a Charles COLE b. about 1875 in Frampton Cotterell. He went on to marry Florence Maud COOKE in 1899 (she was born in Winterbourne) ANY info would be most usefull
red mail Ralph or Rolph family
John Cook Rolph (my gg gf)was a miner in the village until taking over as innkeeper of The Star at Coalpit Heath sometime in late 1870s early 1880s. Any info on him, his children (Jonathan, Jonah, Alderman, Allen, Aaron, Priscilla, Thomas or Douglas) or his wife (Ann Bryant)would be great. Thanks.
red mail Anstey family
Looking for any information on the Anstey family family living in Frampton Cotterell, Winterbourne or Stoke Gifford
Cooksey
My grandmother's maiden name was Cooksey, daughter of George and Annie Cooksey. George was born in Frampton Cotterell in the early to mid 1840's. Any info on the family and it's history prior to that would be very much appreciated. Thanks in advance, Jon


 
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