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red mail Moulsdale Kelly family
I am looking for info re the Moulsdales who lived eventually in Amlwch, Anglesey. In particular Stephen Thomas Moulsdale (bn Llanfairtalhearn Denbs 1821-1899)who started his working life as possibly a trainee solicitor in Chester and married (Mary?) Catherine Kelly (1827-95). They are later found in Anglesey and Stephen was a carrier. They had about 10 children. I have some information but am interested in who the Kellys were (I think they were Irish), and why the young couple ended up in Anglesey. They were my great, great grandparents.
red mail Turners of Winsley Hill
I am keen to trace my grandmother's family, she was Hannah Jane Turner (bn 1885) and the daughter of William and Mary nee Thomas. Hannah had about 9 siblings, all younger than her. It is thought that William left the family and possibly emigrated to Canada, followed by one of his sons (Jack). The family appears on the 1901 census as living on Winsley Farm, Hope under Dinmore. Any info or links would be welcome.
red mail Roberts / Dinmore
I'm trying to trace the family of my my great , great grandfather, William Roberts. Born 1806, died aged 93 and interred at Hope under Dinmore in 1899. Word of mouth told me there was a family connection to confectioners shop in Leominster.
I am looking for information on the GOUGH family who lived in the village. George Gough 1789 to Edward Gough 1870. Any information would be most helpful
NUTT and GARRETT families
My family (NUTT and GARRETT) lived in Hope under Dinmore in the second half of the 19th century (and, in some cases, into the 20th century). John NUTT was a Gamekeeper; Edwin GARRETT, a timber contractor and carrier. Any information or family connections would be very welcome.
red mail name of Dinmore
I am starting to trace my family history and would appreciate any info on how this village came to be called Dinmore. Many thanks.
red mail Fox Family Name
I am looking for information about the family name Fox living in and around Hope under Dinsmore in the 1800s. Any information please contact me. I have other information to offer. Many thanks
red mail bethell family
the bethell family were in hope for 3 hundred years links to jones and cave and gough familys contact me if you need more info
red mail Ree
I am seeking information on my grandparents, I think I have found my grandfather on the 1901 census his name is John Ree and is recorded as a Hall boy at Hampton Court, Hope under Dinmore. I know my grandmother Ellen James lived at Yew Tree Cottage Hoarwithy in 1922 and they married about 1925 and lived at Hoarwithy after that. They had 3 children Ivy, William and Barbara. Any information would be of help. Thank you.
red mail Smith
I know this is a very very wild shot, but I am trying to find anyone who might be related to my GGrandfather, William Smith who was born in Eye in Herefordshire in 1851, moved to Hope-Under-Dinmore and then died in Yarpole in 1941. (I have a copy ofthe newspaper cutting of his death) His father was a Samuel Smith who was born in Brimfield, Herefordshire in 1818 and mother Sarah Yapp. I believe my GGrandfather was never married to my GGrandmother, (with whom he had 4 children), but he later married a lady called Mary Barber and they had quite a few more children. I would love to hear from anyone who can shed any light on his later family.
red mail Families In Hope Under Dinmore
I'm after information about the Eckley, Wathen and Deem families who lived in the Hope under Dinmore and Dilwyn areas. The Eckleys lived at Pitch Farm with parents William and Esther (nee Deem) and the Wathens married into the family via parents George Wathen and Emma Lloyd

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