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red mail Brazier, Brazier family
Anyone know anything of the brazier, brazier, families in abberley? I have a John brazier b1630 abberley and his father roger, I believe was a yeoman of abberley
red mail Cordelia Llewellyn daughter of ?
Looking for the parentes of Miss Llewllyn she was born in Worcestershire Eng what yr dont know married Theodore Ellwood or Elwood ( Smyth,Smythe,Smijth,Smithman,Smthson,Smithfield, these are the english surnames the german surmans are Schmid,Schmitt,Schmidt when their son came to United States John Frank chang the last name to Smith he married Alice Mary Kennedy daughter of John Edward Kennedy and Alice Mary Richards all from Worcestershire England acpt John Edward Kennedy he was from Ireland.
red mail Margaret Emily Plum
Searching for any details of Margaret Emily Plum, born Abberley, Worcs. 1900c, possibly died 1992. I can find birth records only, no census and no marriage. Does anyone have any leads for this family, please?
red mail Emily of Abberley
The 1911 Census shows a ten year old girl called Emily Hooper as born in Abberley, Worcestershire around 1900/01. I have been unable to trace a birth certificate or a later marriage. This surname may be incorrect, is someone missing an Emily from Abberley in the 1911 Census?
red mail Hill of Abberley
In its biography of Thomas Wright Hill, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography says that his gg grandfather was Walter Hill of Abberley who died in 1693. I know of no evidence that he was Walter, came from Abberley, or died in 1693. Was there a Hill family in Abberley in the 1600s?
WARD
John Ward and Elizabeth Yarnold (Eliz. b.1727, Penzax) - Children: Susannah 1762, Sarah 1761, Joseph 1767, Jane, Ann, John 1775. - Sarah and Joseph convict siblings, transported to N.S.W. - Believed Jane married McGregor, and Ann married Eustain. - Joseph returned from NSW and resided at Severn Stoke, died at Worcester 1831.
red mail Ann Child of Abberley
Married Jacob Stokes of The Red House, Worcester on July 16 1771. Would like any information.Jacob's father Jacob Stokes died August 7 1770 and is buried in Lindridge Church yard.A son John Stokes was born on September 8 1776 at The Red House. They were possibly land owners and farmers.
red mail "Allen" family- Abberley/Witley 1820 to 1900
Any info on the Allen family who lived in the Abberley and Witley Area between 1820-1900 ? I believe that I have details of most of them but unable to progress back beyond Thomas Allen b1790c in Rock and his wife Elizabeth b1790c in Ledbury Herefordshire.
red mail ALLCOTT
Any Abberley Allcotts out there? I would love to make contact, in particular I am trying to find out where they were before they came to Abberley, the earliest I have in Abberley is Thomas Allcott (or Allcutt) born 1734.
PIPER Richard b. 1726 Abberley, Worcs
I am researching Richard Piper b 1726 in Abberley, Worc and his family. Richard married Ann Matthews b. 1730 in Shrawley, Worc on 18 Feb 1754 and they had at least 6 children. If anybody has information on the Piper family, I would love to swap information.
red mail Key family
I am looking for any information/relatives of my Great Grandfather, Charles KEY. He was born 21 June 1869 in Abberley to Samuel and Hannah (nee Davis) KEY. His siblings were Thomas, Emily, Jane, Arthur, Mary and Lewis all born in Abberley.
red mail Abberley Parish Records
Has anyone access to Abberley Parish Records for the 1840s? I am looking for a birth record of someone known in later life a Frederick Crompton Edmonds. This may not have been his true name.


 
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