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red mail Fisher - Haile from Longhope, Gloucester
My Great Grandfather was Anthony Fisher (1835-1918) married to Hannah Haile (1838-1911), whom I understand were both from Longhope in Gloucester, England. They came to New Zealand on the ship Northumberland, arriving in Auckland on the 18 March 1884 and settled at Mangere Bridge in Auckland. My Grandmother, Amy Haile Fisher (1877-1960) had her 7th birthday at sea on the voyage to NZ. I am interested to learn any Fisher or Haile family history details, in particular, details of Anthony Fisher's parents.
red mail Harris
Looking for parents of Zenobia Harris born 1837 or 1838. Mother buried in Harescombe Church Yard in 1884 or 1885. Zenobia's siblings were Thomas (sons Marshall & Samuel, daughter ?), Emely (or Imely), Hannah (married name Gummer, son Hester died 1873, interred at Lyonshall), William (had children, but I don't know any more than that), John (or J. John--not sure if he had children), and Emanuel (died around 1885 and probably had no children). Zenobia immigrated to the United States sometime before 1879.
red mail Harvey Cush
Hello, I am looking for any info on a relation whose name was Harvey, her nickname was Cush. i know that she had two sons, Raymond and Brian. Raymond is believed to have died at a fairly young age and Brian emigrated to South Africa. Cush lived at Ryecroft St. Gloucester until her death which I believe was in the 1970s or early 1980s. She is believed to have been my Great Aunt. I would like to know her proper name and any info on the family at all. Thanks
red mail Look up in 1861 Gloucester census
Taylor Family listed in 1851 census: George Taylor 24 engine driver b. Harwood Devon Mary Taylor wife 19 b.Barnstaple George Taylor son 2 b.Barnstaple Frederick son 4 mths b.Gloucester St.Mary
red mail Morgan
Researching the families of Mary Morgan and George Gardner married at Bitton, Glos. in 1821 - both were from Gloucester.
red mail Purton George
Seeking info.on George Purton born 1809ish in Gloucester, married Catherine Newman 1835 in Badgeworth.
William Jones
seeking info. on William Jones born Gloucester 1842ish who married Caroline Powell of Monmouth in Newport in 1870.
Martin
researching Sarah Ann Martin born Gloucester 1847ish and her father John William Martin described on Sarah's marriage cert. as Austrian consul
red mail Gingell George
I am looking for information concerning George Gingell, who was born in Nympsfield, Gloucester c.1825, and emigrated to Australia in 1860. Many thanks.
red mail Harris. Emma Jane
My Great Grandmother Emma Jane Harris was born in St. Mary de Lode, Gloucester sometime in 1838 and am trying to find out when. She married John Lusty in about 1862 after which they continued to live in Gloucester.
red mail Linton Family, Late 1800's
Names: Linton
red mail Clutterbuck
Interested in the Clutterbuck family of the city only 1800-1900, Obadiah, James.
red mail George Ruck
Looking for a george ruck born 1793/94 in glocester, he moved to camberwell, surrey 1827ish and married mary from mitcham and had 8 children, he was declared as a greenwich pensioner in the 1851 census so i guess he was in the royal navy.
White, William & James
Looking for James White b circa 1815, Gloucester. His father is William White, Parish Clerk. James later marries Esther Griffiths in St Pancras.
red mail Gardner (or Gardiner) Bitton (Glos.)
George Gardner was born about 1796 in Gloucester, and was a miller in the 1841 census. He married Mary Morgan at Bitton and I believe was buried 18.8.1841. Are there any leads to this Gardner family.
red mail Re Literary Society
From Cassell's Gazetteer c1896 Gloucester : 1891 Population : 39,444 - Has a Literary Society with a library.
Usher
James Nevill USHER was born ca 1791; he married Hannah GOUGH on 11 Jun 1811 in Gloucester. I am trying to find James' parents but I do not know where he was born. Can anyone help? S. Ackroyd
red mail Wells, knott, simms Old Photos
My Aunt died around two years ago at Hucclecote (Gloucester)and we picked up some of her personal effects from a local solicitor. We went through some of them only recently. Amongst them was a box of old photos. They have no connection with our family and assumedly belonged to someone who died around the same time in the same area. The names on the photographs are largely Wells, Knott and Simms. The locations are Gloucester, Belfast, Richmond, Warrington, Sale and Epsom. There are several photos of family members in the RN. If anyone can help me put these family memories into the right hands I would be very much obliged. If they would contact me, preferably with some Christian names to cross-refer, then I can supply more detailed information. 7/9/02
red mail Wells, knott, simms Old Photos
My Aunt died around two years ago at Hucclecote (Gloucester)and we picked up some of her personal effects from a local solicitor. We went through some of them only recently. Amongst them was a box of old photos. They have no connection with our family and assumedly belonged to someone who died around the same time in the same area. The names on the photographs are largely Wells, Knott and Simms. The locations are Gloucester, Belfast, Richmond, Warrington, Sale and Epsom. There are several photos of family members in the RN. If anyone can help me put these family memories into the right hands I would be very much obliged. If they would contact me, preferably with some Christian names to cross-refer, then I can supply more detailed information. 7/9/02
red mail Sleeman
I have almost all the SLEEMANs of Gloucester in my family tree, willing to share and always looking to add to the tree.


 
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