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red mail Edward Morris - The Monkhall
Edward and Sarah Morris moved to the area between 1901 and 1911. If anyone has any information about the family or the farm please get in touch.
red mail The Handies
I have traced my ancestors in the 1901 census. They were living at "The Handies" in Much Dewchurch. Does anyone know where "The Handies" is or if it still exists? My sister recently visited Much Dewchurch but on making enquiries no one seemed to know anything about where it was.
red mail Burton
I am researching my family tree and a lot of my family come from the Hereford area. Does anyone have any information on the Burton family from Much Dewchurch. My grandfather was Joseph Thomas Burton and was born in Much Dewchurch in 1882 where he lived with his parents Benjamin and Caroline at The Handies.
red mail Emma Jones
Information required re Emma Jones 1836-69, born in Much Dewchurch, who married William Preece of Upper Bullingham HEF in Westminster on 6 December 1857
Thomas Fox married Mary Lowe 1797 both of this parish, but born Leominster and had at least 3 children one of whom John moved off to Brighton marrying at Hertford.He was a livery stablekeeper and 'fly proprietor'. In the county at that time there were numerous Foxes and the family had St Owen Hereford and Little Hereford as places of birth. The Rowes came from Leominster back to 1740's
red mail Much Dewchurch
I would like any information on old inhabitants, stories ect... relating to this parish. Also anything regarding the Pye family who resided at the Mynde

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