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red mail Prices of Much Cowarne
I am searching for any information on the Prices of Much Cowarne. Thomas Price was a Miller and was born there around 1791. His daughter, Emma, was born around 1828 and moved to Great Malvern in Worcestershire where she married John Bailey in 1853. In particular I would like to find out Thomas's wife's name and any other children they had. Cheers.
red mail GARDINER
Looking for Gardiners at Much Cowarne in the 1600s and 1700s, in particular Richard (born 1690) and his ancestors and descendants.
NUTT Richard c. 1689 Much Cowarne, Herefordshire
I am trying to find out more information on Richard Nutt born c. 1689 in Much Cowarne, Herefordshire. He married Mary Gibbs on 18 3 1711 in Hallow, Worcestershire. They had at least one son William born 1720 in Hallow, Warwickshire. I would be happy to swap information with others who are researching this family.
Much Cowarne
Looking for members or the Skull or Scull family who lived in Much Cowarne in the 1600s and are probably descended from Sir Walter and the Norman knight Sir John Skull/Scull
red mail brace
looking for anyone who has a john brace in their family tree. he was married to elizabeth and had three children, frederick, winifred and cyril. cyril is my great grandfather. In 1920 they lived at clay pitts farm, much cowarne but may have been there some time before. would be interested in any of these people as have hit a brick wall. Thanks
red mail Bannister of Much Cowarne
Looking for information on a marriage for Sarah Bannister born 1739/40, daughter of Thomas & Susan (Powell) Bannister. Possible spouse John Winch. Any help appreciated.

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