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red mail HARRIMAN COTTON
Abraham and Mary, from Cheswardine had sons Abraham and Mark, Abraham went to live in Birmingham married Ann Cotton in the 1841 census, they had four children Mary 12,(deported to Australia) Robert 9, Ellen 6, and Isaac 2. Isaac married Emma Wheeler from Guildford in Surrey they had nine children Walter,Ellen,Harry,Earnest,Frank,Voilet, Leonard, and Harold. Any knowledge of dependants would be very useful
red mail Harvey
Descendents of William Harvey b1800 and Hannah Highfield, especially Moses, Aaron and Levi, are requested for research of late 19th and 20th century descendents. I have certificates of Marriage/Birth for 19th century Harveys. I am looking for details and photos of descendents of Harveys mentioned above. Especially interested in stories of occupations.
red mail Cheswardine
The Goodall's were farming this area 1772 ~ 1886
FANNY SHROPSHIRE CHESWARDINE
Fanny Shropshire born in Cheswardine c.1839 daughter of JOHN and ELIZABETH SHROPSHIRE. She married WILLIAM JONES of Almington. Does anyone know who Fanny's grandparents where? There seem to be a large number of Shropshires in Cheswardine and I'm having difficulty sorting out who's who!
red mail Jones
My ancestors came and farmes from Cheswardine. William Jones was born there in 1770 son of William Jones (who married Elizabeth Smallwood.) William married Ann Pool of Cheswardine in 1796 at Lower Penn Staffs where he then farmed Newhouse Farm. John Jones farmed at Sambrook
red mail John Titley c.1752
Looking for any information on John Titley born about 1752. Married Mary Malpas in nearby Ashley in 1781, gave residence at time of marriage as Cheswardine. Look forward to making contact to anyone researching these or related families.
red mail Weaver And Davis Families
Looking for any info. concerning any Weaver or Davis living in Cheswardine in the 18th & 19th centuries.


 
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