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red mail Alice Robinson (nee Thompson)
I am trying to trace the story of Alice Thompson born in Easton in Gordano (St George) in 1885. In 1901 she was a servant in the Fry household at Failand House, Lower Failand. In 1907 she married a Thomas George Robinson (born 1880 in London Marylebone) of Fulham and at the time of the 1911 Census was living with Thomas and their son Matthew (aged 1) in Fulham. I have not been able to find any further information on her whereabouts after 1911. I am particularly interested in finding out if she returned to the Nailsea/Flax Bourton/Bristol area.
red mail Hookway family
Researching family of Joseph Hookway and Elizabeth Mason married c 1828. Have information on John (b 1834) and George (b 1840) who emigrated to Australia. Would like to know more of their siblings, particularly William who was possibly a merchant seaman.
Pill, Easton in Gordano. Bristol
Looking for any descendents of my Mothers family 'Parslow'. My Mother was Kate Parslow, known as 'Queenie'. Harry & Kate Parslow were her parents and they had 13 children between the years 1903, & 1928. The family lived in Pill in Easton in Gordano, Bristol until the 1930s at Grove House in Pill.
red mail Hookway ancestry in Somerset.
Joseph Hookway married Elizabeth Mason about 1828. He was born in Easton in Gordano in 1805. Daughter, Mary Anne, married william Vowles 1867 in Easton. Information on the Hookway and Mason families much appreciated. Brian.
red mail COLES
Interested in Henry Coles, b about 1817 at St Georges, Easton in Gordano to James George and Elizabeth Coles. At Caroline Row, Clifton in 1841 census, plumber; 17 Walker Street, Westbury on Trym in 1851 plumber journeyman; 2 Quarry Road, Weston Super Mare painter in 1871. Appears to have remained single.
red mail Hayman - Easton in Gordano
Any info on this family sought, my ggm was Annie Porter Hayman b ca 1878
red mail Gapper family
looking for Thomas Gapper born about 1805 - wife Ann, daughters Ann, Emma, Jane, Emily. Address in 1841 census Star Lane, Easton in Gordano
red mail CASE / HOOK
RICHARD CASE BORN ABT 1880 PILL EASTON IN GORDANO HE HAD A DAUGHTER SARAH ANN CASE , SARAH MARRIED GEORGE HOOK ALSO OF EASTON IN GORDANO . DOES ANY ONE HAVE ANY INFO OF RICHARD HE WAS A MARINER. SARAH ANN HOOK NEE CASE BORN 1827 DIED 5 MARCH 1904 MANY THANKS TO ANYONE WITH INFO
red mail broad /hook easton in gordano
James broad born 1853 pill easton in gordano married elizabeth ann hook also from pill. some of their children .Emma m born 1872 / George 1877 / James william 1880.James willam moved to bristol married janetta lloyd in bristol in 1904 more about their children on bristol area. section.
red mail broad family in pill easton in gordano somerset
John broad born 1811 married ann rowland some of their children , james born 1853/minnie 1861 / george 1863 / charles 1865.. john,s parents were stephen and mary from abbotts leigh somerset. did stephen have brothers and sisters ??
red mail COLES/FAIRBAIRN
Would appreciate any information on Thomas Coles, born Shoreditch in 1804 to James George and Elizabeth (nee Webb) Coles. Married Martha Webb at Easton in Gordano in 1841; Eliza born 1844 and James George 1847 at St George, Bristol. Martha died in 1851; Thomas remarried to Rhoda Phippen in 1854 at Bristol; Emily born 1854; Thomas Oliver 1856; Isabella 1860; Frederick William 1862. Was an accountant and parish clerk st St Georges, later at Flax Bourton. Died 1868 at Flax Bourton and buried at St Georges, Easton in Gordano with Martha. Also any information on the family of Eliza Shaw Stewart Fairbairn of Pill in 1871 census.


 
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