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red mail dingley
researching family, grandfather was donald clive born 1892, great grandfather richard john born 1862,married emma cookes in 1885 had 3 children, edith maud,norman oliver (killed WW1) &donald clive .Any more info ?
red mail Thomas Brook(e)s
I am looking for details of Thomas ( husband of Mary and father of Charles Brook(e)s born Moor and christened Sept. 18 1808 at Fladbury). Listed as blacksmith at marriage of Charles at St. Martin's Church(and living at New Street) Worcester to Hester Moyle in 1842. Not Present with family of Charles 1851 in Charlton village-died? A Thomas Brookes died 1845 in Pershore workhouse-is this him?
red mail Dingley
i have traced my surname back to charlton edward dingley who's son john moved to kingswinford aprox 1850 and then in turn his son david moved to st helens lancashire aprox 1890 any additional info would be appreciated
red mail Dingley
My grandmother was a Dingley. She was the daughter of William James and Beatrice. They lived in Edgbaston, Birmingham. He was a manufacturing jeweller. My grandmother had two brothers, Percy and Alan. In the 1901 census she was 11, the brothers 9 and 5. Percy was killed in WW1.Are there any relations out there?
red mail Philip Dyneley of Charlton
I would be very interested to hear from anyone who has any information on Philip, the son of Francis and Elizabeth Dyneley of Charlton, born in 1603. All efforts to trace his descendents so far have been fruitless.
One Henry Dyneley (Dineley) once possessed a book on herbal medicine and wandered the banks of the Avon recording instances where the herbs could be found locally. He lived in Charlton (Charleton) and had a great uncle by the name of Raffe (presumably Ralph) Dyneley, who also sought out and cultivated herbs. The herbal itself was that of Leonart Fuchs, printed in Latin in 1542, and the annotations contain references to Charlton and Cropthorn. Could it be confirmed that this Henry Dineley (Dyneley) was the same one who lived in Charlton from about 1524 to 1589, whose father-in-law Sir Edward Neville was beheaded in 1539 for his association with Reginald Pole? Anthony
Charlton , Crrpthorne Parish Wor
I am interested in starting a one place study on Charlton because of my interest in the DINELEY/DINGLEY family who owned most of the manors for several hundred years

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