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red mail Charles Timms
Charles Timms 1847 - 1913 was my ggrandfather, married to Julia and lived at Church Farmhouse in Siddington. Children were Arnold, Ethel, Ernest, Hubert and May who was my grandmother. I would love to make contact with anyone who knows more of this family and/or who have photographs to aid my research. Sheila
red mail Louisa Compton
Louisa Compton born Siddington Dec 1859,was my gt grandmother,on her birth cert Louisa,s mother is shown as Compton. fathers name not given. in the 1891census Louisa is a housemaid in service to Rev Symonds at the rectory Wellington Rd Stockport Cheshire on 25th Feb 1892 Louisa married Robert Henry Williams at St Thomas Church Stockport.Louisa died in Oct 1952 at Carrington Field St Stockport does anyone have info about Louisa Compton
red mail William Ratcliff born c. 1810
I'm looking for any information anybody may have on William Ratcliff who was born in Siddington in about 1810. He married an Elizabeth ? & they had 2 children who were born in Baunton (Charles - 1842) & Elizabeth (1840). I am ideally looking for Elizabeth's maiden name & hopefully the names of William's parents. Thanks
I am looking for info re: the Gardner family that lived in Siddington Gloucestershire about 1865. William who was married to Harriet. They had about 8 children , my grandfather Fred in 1891, who was born in Wiltshire. Fred married Lillian (Lilly) Grey, and they lived in Swansea until their deaths.
red mail Masters/Townsend/Bridgwater
John Masters and Mary Ann (nee Townsend)spent some decades in Siddington, mainly living at the Quarries, bringing up a fairly large family of both boys and girls. Their daughter Emma was my ggmother, having married william Henry Bridgwater on 26th December 1901 - the only day Emma could get off from her employment in service. their daughter, marjorie, my grandmother, went back to live in Siddington to keep Mary Ann company after John died; Emma had promised him this on his death bed. My grandmother wrote a handwritten book of her childhood expedition from Hereford to Siddington, which I have started to scan. They lived to a fairly good age, so I remember both ggprents well. Any news of any of the related families would be great. I don't have much on the Townsends.
red mail Waldron - Siddington
I am seeking information on Ann & John Waldron both born 1819c. As well as Luke Waldron 1855c and his son Edward William Waldron 1892, all from the Siddington area.
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i am looking for anyone who has any info,knowledge or is descended from a William tilling,siddington,glos.william was the youngest son of solomon and anne tilling{telling) of the greyhound inn,siddington.william is listed on the 1901 census as a butcher .i know he married annie and they had a female child who sadly died approx 1902.i have no further info. jackie
red mail tilling/telling
solomon tilling,greyhound inn
I am looking for members of the Waldron family,descendants of John and Ann both born 1819 living in Ashton Keyens on the 1871 census children registerd as living at Siddington
red mail Siddington, Glos.
Samuel Paget was bapt in Siddington, St Peters on 7.6.1712 and married a Charity (cannot find marriage). His son Simon Paget bap 5.11.1749 married Mary Denley in 1769 and moved to Cowley in Glos. In info or help on the Paget family or maiden name of Charity would be very helpful

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