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red mail Doris Thomas
Anyone know this family.Oliver Thomas 1870 & Clara Howells 1869 daughter Doris Thomas 1911.Doris married Elton George Morgan.
red mail Holly Tree Cottage
Some of my ancestors the Morses lived at Holly Tree Cottage, Yorkley. It is somewhere near Crown Lane and I would like to know if the cottage is still there. If a photograph exists that would be marvellous or even one of how it looks now. Or any information about the cottage would be welcome.
red mail Dulcie Morse
I am looking for the birth of a Dulcie Morse born c 1889 in Yorkley. The only one I can find is a Dulcie Morse born 1897 but as she appears in the 1891 census aged two with her aunt and uncle John Wheatstone Morse and his first wife Kate, and in 1901 census as niece of John's sister Minnie aged 12 at Rising Sun Inn, Bream it is unlikely to be her. Anyone related to Dulcie and can tell me of her parentage?
red mail CHARLES family
William and Maria CHARLES(nee JENKINS) lived in Yorkley and had children Elizabeth(1864), William(1866), Henry(1868), Ann(1870), Thomas(1872), Samuel(1874), James(1878) and Hubert(1880). They moved to New Tredegar, South Wales, sometime during the 1890s.
red mail Morse family
My grandmother Damaris Gifford was born in Yorkley in 1882 daughter of Phoebe Morse and Mark Gifford. I have extensive information on my branch of the Morses, including wills, they owned various coal workings and George Morse in 1829 left shares in three coal concerns "Catch Can" at Parkend, Grove Engine Colliery at Parkend and "Speedwell" at Branduck's Green. They have spread to New Zealand and Australia, George Morris Morse left Yorkley in the 1860's. Willing to share information and would love to contact anyone connected with this vast family.
red mail JOHNSON and JAMES in Forest of Dean
I am researching my family in the Yorkley Slade and Whitecroft areas, namely the JOHNSON'S and JAMES lines. My furthest most confirmed date is 1842 when Catherine JAMES married William JOHNSON in Newland. They went on to have about 12 children whomostly stayed in the Forest. William was a woodman as were three of his sons. Two others became drapers. Descendents of this couple can be found in USA, New Zealand and Hong Kong as well as Gloustestershire.

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