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red mail weobley watkins, beaven,daisy ada, henry davies
Dear Members of curious fox please help my mothers side of family her aunty a originally called daisy ada watkins she married a mordicai Beaven at clehonger church then divorced, later married a nother gentleman i have been lead to believe and that her last husband was a henry davies who lived at a farm at Weobley, i gather he died in hospital and she died around 1982 possibly, i hoping to find her last marriage details so that i can find her death certificate and date of death.she used to use name Ada instead of Daisy. ihope someone can help, i gather she married mordecai beavan in hereford in september quarter 1935.not sure when divorced or to the other two marriages i have been told happened but then only got the last husbands name as relative unable to help with more detail.
red mail Cooke
My Grandfather was born in Weobly in the latter end of 1800 and that is all the info I have except maybe he lived in Laburnham cottage. Any infor would be gratefully recieved.
Bottom family in Weobley
My ancestors (the Bottom family) lived in Weobley in the early 1800s. Does anyone have any early photographs of Weobley? Michael
red mail YAPP
I am looking for the ancestry of John Pike Yapp, born in Weobley in 1806. He was married twice, to Catherine Maskell in 1831 and Elizabeth Pugh in 1840. I am looking for the birth details and parents of Elizabeth Pugh and the parents of John Pike Yapp.
1 RAINBOW STREET, LEOMINSTER
Does this property still exist, please? It is the address at which Charles Dennis WATTS, b. 05.05.1907 in Knighton, Radnorshire, was living at the time of his marriage. He lived with George and Florence PREESE (or PREECE) - believed Florence was his sister. On 02.12.1935. Charles married Jemima Evelyn Hill, b. 18.07.1914 at Weobley, at The Parish Church, Leysters. I would be pleased to receive any information about the address and, or, the family.
JEMIMA EVELYN HILL
Searching for information re Jemima Evelyn HILL, b. 18.07.1914 at Weobley, Sennybridge, Breckonshire. Daughter of Vincent Percy Hill, a Labourer. The Hill family lived at 6 Quarry Row, Leysters. Jemima was married on 02.12.1935. at The Parish Church, Leysters (although her marriage certificate shows her as Evelyn Jemima Hill), to Charles Dennis WATTS, b. 05.05.1907 at Knighton, Radnorshire, son of Ernest Watts, a Gardener. At the time of the marriage, Charles was living at 1 Rainbow Street, Leominster with George and Florence Preese (or Preece?). Any information about either family (Watts or Hill) or if any of the above addresses still exist, would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Richard Fowler
Any information on Richard Fowler, christened 4 June 1797 in Weobley. Son of William Fowler of Credenhill and Hester Munn o Dilwyn. Richard Fowler married Ann Jordan of Kinnersley on 15th June 1819 and then Susan Handcocks of Eardisley 23rd July 1826. A son called Thomas was born in Letton in 1841. The family then appeared to have moved to Staffordshire. Any information would be very gratefully received. Thank you
WOODALL FAMILY
Looking for information on the Woodall family living in this area. My gggg grandma was Jane Woodall born in the town around 1822. I know very little about her and i would be greatful for any info whats so ever.
red mail Gittings
Searching for info on the Gittings family. Dorothy Jessie Annie born 1908 in Weobley, her mother Eleanor Rose born 1888 in Ledbury, her mother Sarah Ann - birth not known but was married to Reuben Gittings


 
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