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red mail BALE
Has anyone any info on this family - especially Anne or Martha Bale (born 1873)
Sibley family after 1900
If anyone has information on the Sibley family living in Clevedon from the early 1900 time, I will be pleased to receive it.
red mail Baines
Mary Baines. St.Edith's, Dial Hill Road.
Has anyone researched the family of Samuel Augustine Hayman, a dental surgeon living in Clevedon 1891? (children : Samuel, Bert, Howard & Ada). His half-brother was John Griffin Hayman, also a dental surgeon living in Bristol 1841/51/61 and then Weston-Super-Mare 1881. I believe John G. Hayman's mother to have been Eliza Griffin, born Devonport 1807, whose family I am also descended from. Would like to exchange info. Thanks - Michael.
red mail Plumley families in Clevedon
I am searching for Plumley families in Clevedon. Any Plumleys!
red mail Sarah Coultas
Searching for Sarah Mabel Coultas, born Farnham Suffolk 1868, in service with the Godwin family at The Brow, Albert Road, Clevedon, 1891 - cannot find any later record. Can anyone help please?
red mail Neads
Any information would be of interest. Why were children of Jacob and Sarah Neades wiped out in 1821? Bob.
red mail Lilly Gale Johansen
My uncle and I have been researching the family for some years now, but are always glad to have more information, or to pass information on to the rest of the family.
Shopland Family
The Shoplands of Clevedon are well documented, and to any Shopland researcher, the name of Robert (or 'BOB' as he is known) will be recognised almost immediately, as he has made interesting notes on all the Shopland/Shapland names he has come across. However I am always looking for more information on any Shopland, anywhere, and any information is appreciated.

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