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red mail Whitings/Griffiths in Madley
I have an abundance of Whiting and Griffiths ancestors who lived in Madley in the 1800's. They are shown living at Gitnal which is a house and a farm near the church there. Theodosia Griffiths nee Whiting was born in Madley in 1800 and jailed for larceny in 1839 - she had 13 children to her husband John Griffiths (1790- 1871 ) - I would love to know more about this family as in the 1861 census John is shown living with a daughter and grandchildren behind the church in a shed !! I have quite a few photos of Madley from a recent visit there and have ordered a DVD of the village photos - any help would be appreciated
red mail Preeces in Madley
John Preece married Susannah Pritchard at Madley on 8th October 1839. Their fathers names were John Preece and James Pritchard. On 1851 census John 38, Hannah 32, William 6, James 3,and (Mary Ann Rogers a nursing child age 6 months born Preston-on-wye.) They lived at Churchfield. I cannot find John and Hannah on subsequent census. Has anyone found any of these.
Ann Preece of Madley
looking for info on Ann Preece born 28 Aug 1812, Madley. Married John Jones also of Madley on 30 May 1827. I have her on the 1841 census with her children ( no husband) her children John, William, Charles, and Richard. Any help appreciated!!
red mail Look for information on John Prosser, b, 1792 d, 1853 in Canada
I am looking for any information on John Prosser who came to Canada with the Royal West India Rangers. I think he was born in Madley in 1792. I also think he had a brother named William and his father was John Prosser his mother Sarah Luntley. I think he joined the British military in 1814. There are a lot of people saying these things but no one can prove any of this. Some say he had a wife and two children when he left England, and that she died before he could go back and get her. That he left those children in England with in-laws. The only things that can be proven is that he came to Canada with the ranger who were disbanded in New Brunswick. He married Elizabeth Lounsbury in 1822 and had 10 children. The town of Prosser Brook was named after him. .
red mail Morgan family
Looking for the parents of Julia Morgan born abt 1872. father named as John Morgan decd on marriage cert. mother could be Hannah Morgan. any info would be appreciated.
red mail Joyce and Joseph Thomas
I am trying to find out what happened to Joyce and Joseph Thomas. As far as I know Joseph married Joyce Williams in 1803, Hay-on-Wye. Six children were born at Canon Bridge and baptised in Madley between 1806 and 1817. I have traced two sons (John and Richard) and possibly another son (Morris), but have found no trace of the other three children (Harriet, Sarah and Sampson). I have an unconfirmed death for Joyce in 1824, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, but no trace of Joseph. Any information about members of this family would be welcome.
red mail GARRETT, Abraham c1700 Madley
Trying to find birth/bap of Abraham Garret and wife Christian. Their daughters Catherine bap 14/11/1732, Mary bap 2/2/1736 Madley. Catherine married John Phillips in Clehonger Herefordshire
red mail Powells of Madley
Hi I`m looking for any info. about the POWELLS of Madley-in particular a catherine POWELL born 1854 in Madley Sylvia
red mail Hughes / Edge football photo
Have an old photograph of a football team circa 1900...1910..taken in front of perhaps Madley Church. Amongst the players, there may be a Reuben Edge and/or a Ben Hughes.Would very much like to identify. Happy to share photo ,

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