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red mail Thacker, Cooke
Looking for several members of Thacker family, agricultural workers mainly from Barford. Alfred Thacker married a Clara Jane Cooke from Wellesbourne. She appears to already have a son Oliver Cooke after she married Alfred they had 2 more sons Francis V ? & Brunel Frederick Roger.
red mail Ward family, lords of Barford
This Ward family were lords of the manor of Barford btween 1538 and the late 1700s. They liked the names Thomas and Rowley. I am looking for a complete family tree, or anyone else interested in the family.
red mail Family Tree Search
Looking for Statham, Hadley, Clark of Barford, pre 1800s
red mail i am looking for thomas barnbrook
i am looking for thomas Barnbrook he married eliza forster in abt 1852 but cannot find either of their parentages
red mail Agnes Baker
nee Bracebridge. Born Barford c 1866 married 1896 continued to live same village until at least 1909. Any descendants?
red mail william holland
thought to be born in barton warwickshire about 1875-1878 married and moved to wickhamford evesham had 7children maurice francis les albert kit and nora plus 1 that died in the war any one with any info?
red mail bracebridge
Any information on the children of Stephen and Ann Bracebridge particularly Emma. John. Thomas,Mary and (H)Ellen early 19th Century in Barford.Warks.
red mail National Agricultural Labourers Union
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 Joseph Arch was born at Barford Warwickshire 10th November 1826. An English social reformer he was the founder of the National Agricultural Labourers Union in 1872. ? date of death

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