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red mail Wyatt family history
I am trying to find if the Wyatt family of Cleobury Mortimer were related to the Wyatts' of Great Kyre, and later Tedstone Delamare. I believe that it is possible that John Wyatt of Great Kyre, who was married to Mary Postens (born 1750), might have moved to Cleobury and started a branch of the family there. (As with all family research, I might be completely wrong!)
thomas hamms
looking for info on thomas Hamms born 1848 mother was Frances Hamms born 1826 Frances (FANNY) married john taylor 1853 any help appreciated
red mail help needed
im still trying to find any family members of kathleen broome born to john and elizabeth broome at lea cottage in 1917 i believe they also had mary,ellen and john.kathleen was at iinage house brigdenorth in 1951 were she had a son roland he was put into care.mary or ellen might now be bray they had a aunt m pugh if there is anyone that could look into the broome family for me as im now stuck on what to do next i would be most grateful.
Poston/Postans Cleobury Mortimer
Looking for Mary and Margaret from the 1700's, also Mary Ann 1854. I would like to confirm that they are in the Wyatt Tree. Gary
mantle farmer
john mantle father of ellen,ellen married a archelaus dodd in ellesmere in may 1852 he was gamekeeper at otley park he died 5 january 1853 his son was born at the rookery cleobury mortimer on the 23 march 1853 does any body have any information on the rookery or rowley house john mantle was on the marriage cert as a farmer also on the 1841 census as a farmer ellen remarried but not in england we think in scotland but do not know whyo to, her son also archelaus was reared by the dodd family
red mail George Morris
I am seeking information on my great-great grandfather, George Morris, a baker who lived in Bethnal Green in 1841, but who was born, according to the 1851 census, in Cleobury, Shropshire in c1789. George and his brother John married two sisters, Hannah and Agnes Gypson (b c1794 & 1799) in St Luke's Church, Old Street on 12 Jan 1819. They were the daughters ofRichard Gypson and his wife Mary (nee Winmill). Hannah died in 1848, but they had about 3 children (1841 census), John (c1824), Mary (c1826) and Henry (1837 - 1881). George died in Bethnal Green around 1862.
red mail Davis Family - Cleobury
looking for details of william Davis circa about 1830 I believe he was married to someone called Emma - they had 4 children Arthur, George, John and William any help greatfully received
red mail Samuel Kitson and Family
Does anyone have connections with Samuel Kitson (b1801)and his family from Cleobury Mortimer?Samuel Married Lucilla Wheeler in 1829. They had several children. Their son Samuel (b 1845) was my husband's maternal great grandfather.
red mail Henrietta Hughes
Henrietta was the illegitimate daughter of Elizabeth Hughes (later to become Elizabeth Lane). Henrietta went on to have her own illegitimate daughter Margery Winifred Hughes (my grandmother) in 1903. Henrietta seems to have disappeared after the birth of her daughter.......possibly in service and possibly Liverpool..... Can anyone help me find mnore info on Henrietta???
red mail Aycocks
Looking for information on Rhoda Elizabeth Aycocks born c. 1890 at Cleobury Mortimer. She also lived at Ludlow and Bridgnorth
red mail Powis
Looking for information on my grandmother Rhoda Elizabeth Powis born in Cleobury Mortimer c. 1890 and lived in Ludlow and Bridgnorth. She married William Horton of Bridgnorth.
Any local historians
Is there a local historian out there with a knowledge C.M and surrounding areas who may be able to help me pinpoint a likely place of abode for my ancestor Godfrey Duckett,Yeoman. Married Sarah Weston 1605 Neen Savage, first child bap Bayton 1606, next 3 children bap cleobury mortimer 1608 /10/12 thank you, Margaret
Searching for info
Ancestor Godfrey Duckett married Sarah Weston at Neen Savage in 1605, son Richard bap Bayton 1606. 2 more children bap 1608 and 1610 Cleobury Mortimer. Tring to find actual location of abodes in any of these places, or anything at all which may be relevent
red mail Jane Jones
My GG Grandmother was born in Cleobury Mortimer in 1795. I believe her parents were David Jones and Elizabeth Stokes. If anyone has any info on this family I'd be very grateful.
red mail bradford
i am looking for mary ann bradford who married a sutton from cleobury mortimer mary ann was born about 1901 if any body can help this one it wood be great
red mail Kemp
Henry Kemp in 1861 is the Vicar of Cleobury and a friend of the Boucher family.
red mail Boucher
James Boucher a Land Agent lived there in 1881. He was related to the Lyon shipping family of Bristol.
red mail Reynolds family
Reynolds family circa 1827 from Cleobury Mortimer?
red mail marriage
I am trying to trace the marriage of Thomas Harding and Emma. I have two possible maiden names for Emma- Futrill or Lucas. I have a date of June 1856 registered in cleobury Mortimer
Passey family
I'm looking for links to the Passey family, especially Samuel Passey b. around 1742 who may have been the Samuel Passey who later turned up in Gloucestershire. According to the LDS records this Samuel's parents were John Passey and Elizabeth and he seems to have had various siblings who stayed in Shropshire.
red mail James BLAKEWAY born c1801 Cleobury Mortiner/Hopton Wafers
Searching for any data on the BLAKEWAY family of Cleobury Mortimer/ Hopton Wafers, Shropshire. I believe that James BLAKEWAY born c1801 was my ggg grandfather. His parents may have been James BLAKEWAY & Elizabeth YARRINGTON who married in Cleobury Mortimer in 1790 but I've not managed to verify that as yet. He moved to Birmingham sometime before 1822 and his descendants remained there. Any information on him or any of his family would be gratefully received.
red mail Peter Blount clockmaker 1688-1765
Peter Blount the clockmaker of Cleobury Mortimer married secondly Mary LACON 1st June 1738. I think she was a widow and that her son by her 1st marriage - Francis LACON - married Peter Blount's daughter, Anne. Anne was born in 1722, so Francis LACON should have been born about 1720. I have not been able to find a Francis LACON with a mother called Mary born around 1720. Can you help?
Share Family
I am trying to find out more about my G.G.Grandfather, Henry Share, who was born In Cleobury Mortimer around1815. He married Elizabeth Lee in Claines in1834. They then lived in Lower Mitton, Stouport.
red mail Postans of Cleobury
I am looking for any info on the Postans (Poston/s) family who lived in Cleobury Mortimer from at least the 1740s, especially John Postans and his wife Eleanor both born before 1740
red mail Wheelers Of Cleobury Mortimer
Looking for relatives of my grandfather Aston Thomas Wheeler who emigrated to Australia 1866, then on to New Zealand in 1879. Aston's father was George, b. Little Birch, Hereford. Married Jane Barbara Best of Nrtn Sub-Hamden, Somerset.
Thomas Watmore
Can anyone please help confirm or disprove the thesis that Thomas Watmore baptised Cleobury Mortimer 21 May 1757 was the one who married Ann Brooks at Kinlet on 27 June 1785. Also that this Ann Brooks was the one baptised Cleobury Mortimer on 19 April 1758. Also that they had a son James Watmore / Whatmore baptised 26 April 1795 at Ribbesford.
red mail James Mantel
My Gt Gt Grandfather was born in C.M. in 1771. He was a Millwright in C.M. and then moved to Hopton Wafers with his wife Sarah????? where they had six children. I'd like to find James' parents and any siblings.


 
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