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red mail Blackmore & Furse (Furze)
I am related to William Blackmore (Ash Priors) who married Sarah Furze in 1752. Would like to talk to other people who may share this/these relations.
red mail Davey family
I am researching William Davey b. 1765, m. Ann Perry and had 9 children- most born in Ash Priors: Ann(b. 1797), William(b.1803-my relative), Robert(b.1805), Mary(b.1806), Thomas(b.1807), Sarah(b.1809), Susannah(b.1811), John(b.1813), James b.1815. Would like to contact anyone researching this family.
red mail Hurford Ash Priors
Looking for information on John Hurford who lived in Ash Priors. He was at one time the butcher in Ash Priors and was buried there. Not sure of the maiden name of his wife Mary.
red mail BLACKMORE and FRUZE
I am researching my Blackmore heritage & would appreciate any info or contact from anyone doing the same. William Blackmore born about 1725. Married Sarah Furze 1752. Sons Joseph 1753 & William 1756
In 1702 Thomas BRYANT married Ann HILL in Ash Priors. The following year Joseph FOURACRE married Mary MIDDLETON there. I should like to hear from anyone who is researching these families and their descendants.
red mail Ashelford
My ancestor John Ashelford lived and died in Ash Priors along with wife Mary, son George and daughter Mary Ann until John's death in 1866.
George STEVENS, my 2 x great grandfather, married Jane TALBOT in Ash Priors in 1849. George was the son of James STEVENS and Betty ASH. Jane was the daughter of Thomas TALBOT and Nancy DYER.I should be pleased to hear from anyone else researching these families.

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