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Humphreys
I am looking for the baptism of a Charles Humphreys in or about 1806, I believe his father was William Humphreys. Charles later moved to Kington in Herefordshire. I would be grateful for any help, thank you.
red mail John Longton Lowe
Looking for info on John Longton Lowe who was a teacher at Radnor school in about 1880. His wife was Charlotte. They moved to the Lake District in about 1890.
red mail Harper of Old Radnor
Catherine Harper was born about 1806 in Old Radnor - is any one able to assist me with details of her birth/baptism please?
red mail father
my father albert richard williams lived in old radnor at the gore cottage with my mother mary jane turner he didnt emigrate to America he was in england all his life we lived at mahollam cottage nr kington .i went to school there. he worked for rommillies i have two brothers . they still live in kington. i think he had a brother fred and also a sister mrs moss. my dad was in the army in 1914 to 1918.if you knew him let me know thank you .
red mail Albert Williams
I am researching my family tree and Albert Williams of Old Radnor who died in 1946 is my great great grandfather - he married twice and his first son Henry John (1905-1985) was my grandfather. Any information would be greatly appreciated
red mail williams albert
i would like to know if anyone knew albert williams who lived at the gore cottage he worked in the quarry therein the 1900he was in the war and has two medals from old radnor to thank him
red mail Margaret Lloyd b 1820ish
Researching Margaret Lloyd born about 1820 in Radnor Wales. She married John Thomas born about 1817 also in Wales. They married on 21 July 1847 in Marylebone London and lived in Henry Street with 5 children.
red mail Easthope /woolley
Margaret daughter of William Easthope a farmer of Old Radnor married Thomas Woolley at Old Radnor in 1822. Does anyone know anything about the Easthopes? The name became a christian name for Woolley sons in the two following generations.
Archer Family
looking for information on Archers from the Old Radnor area


 
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