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red mail Mary (Osborne - married name)
Looking for info on Mary Osborne (married name) who originated from Pembrokeshire then later moved to Nottingham. B 1789 D 1867. Married Henry Osborne (b 1799 D 1872). Descendents later lived in Burton on trent, Staffs.
red mail Johns/ Phillips/ Lang Families
Recearching from Canada. A Johns ancestor (s added to surname around 1780) first name Gelly married Margaret Phillips Both Born Pembroke in early 1800s. Margaret,s father was Edward Phillips And Gelly,s Father was Frank a son of the village Blacksmith at Pembroke. Earlier family members were the Lang,s of Fishguard Lang had a stone Pulpit built so passing clergymen could hold services. Both the Wesleys, whiclife, R. Hill and others made farmer Langs a place of regular call.
red mail Pembroke
trying to find the names of the father and mother of John Henry Griffiths who was born 1873?and married Lillian Jane Williams in the St Marys church Pembroke .they later had twins Lucy & Nancy ..twins Florence and Lilla ,sons Billy, Allan(known as Peter) Sidney and Dave some of the children went to Carlisle to work on the railway they lived opposite the castle at Rocky Park at one time
red mail Medical practioner
I am researching the Heslop family and have recently learned about a surgeon, Luke Coates Heslop, who died about 1861 in Pembroke of pleurisy. By all accounts he was a well known medical practioner and a member and fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons.Does anyone have any further info. on this person??
red mail George Chase
I am searching for information on my Great gandfather George Chase born 1797 in Pembroke. His parents were George and Charlotte Chase. I have very little information and any assistance on where to look for details of births/marriages/deaths would be appreciated. I am in Brisbane, Australia. Regards Paul
BEDDOWS/BEDDOE/BEDDO
I am looking for relatives of the above surname or anyone who is linked by anyother name Many thanks Dawn
red mail BAGSHAW/ WOODHEAD
HARRIET BAGSHAW born c1853 says she was born Pembroke Dock. Married Samuel James Woodhead (born Dover 1841) at Portsea Island 1870. Her parents SAMUEL, Shoemaker and UNKNOWN. Cannot trace her birth to confirm.
LIFTON, BATEMAN, CURD family's - Pembrokeshire, South Wales
Seeking info on my Great Grandfather and his family:- Thomas George LIFTON was born in Pembrokeshire, South Wales 1870. His father was William and his mother Elizabeth (nee BATEMAN). Thomas moved to Kent with his father, brothers & sisters (Robert, Maria, Margaret, Evea and Ethel) circa. 1890 and worked at Chatham and Sheerness Dockyards. Thomas married my Great Grandmother Clara (nee CURD) in 1898 and they lived in Sheerness for a short while. Their children were: Lily, Maurice, Ernest, Elsie, Edward, Charles, Maude (Queen), Clara (and others). Most of their children were born in Gillingham/Chatham, Kent.
red mail Cole Family
My grandfather was Percival james cole, he married a martha ann wade, they lived in a cottage in the Royal Oak Yard, at the top of the main street Pembroke, the children they had were called, William he married someone called lily who came from cresselly, doug married someone called gwyn, jeff married someone called Iris, Morfa married richard thomas from norfolk, My mother Florence married a Jeremiah Murphy and lived all her life in pembroke, Primrose married fred winter. My grandfather was theverger of st michaels church pembroke till his death sometime between 1938 and 1940, my grandfather was not originally from pembroke but my grand mother was from the pembroke area and her uncles had farms in the area.


 
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