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red mail bromhall family
Mary ann Bromhall d of john bromhall and elizabeth ravenall , she and her siblings were all baptised at mavesyn Ridware in the 1850's and 60's. Mary Ann married James Ricketts
red mail Harvey
I am interested in Miss Ann Harvey who ran a private school in the Old Rectory in Mavesyn Ridware for farmers children about 1904 to 1912. I think she came from Abbots Bromley.
red mail SALT / WOODHOUSE
Hi Looking for SALT / WOODHOUSE connections from Mavesyn Ridware, married approx 1836, travelled to NZ with BEVINS / WOODHOUSE 1850. Family names include SALT, WOODHOUSE, PEACE, SHIPLEY
red mail Moorcrofts in Mavesyn Ridware
I am looking for Thomas b. 1711 and Mary Moorcroft nee Wood b. 1722 living in Mavesyn Ridware. They had, I think, son William b. 1749, daughter Mary b. 1751, brother George b. 1755 and Thomas b. 1753 I am following the line of Thomas born 1753 in particular. Descendants may subsequently have moved to Hamstall Ridware and then to Armitage Thanks
red mail Mavesyn Ridware
Any information about the Preston family of Mavesyn Ridware-old photos/maps etc would be very welcome.
red mail Harriet Woodhouse
Looking for information about Bevins/Woodhouse family. My Great Grand parents came from Colton, John Bevins (Bevans or Bevou) born 1809 Married to Harriet Woodhouse from Mavesyn Ridware. I have found she was christian in Mavesyn Ridware 10 March 1822 and her parents where Henry and Elizabeth Woodhouse. John and Harriet had 6 children, William, John, henry, Elizabeth, Joseph, and Harriett. They came to NZ on the Sir George Seymour 1850 and settled in Canterbury NZ.


 
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