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red mail William Green
Checking for any further information on William Green b1833/34 in Bosbury, Herefs and was living in Malvern fr 1881 at 2 Landsdowne Cottage, Court Road. He had 5 children, William JE, George J, Samuel L, Francis R, Alice Mary. He ran a cab (hackney carriage) business and died in 1925. I'd like to know if anyone has any information on the business which was taken on by William JE. Also William disappears off census between 1861 and 1881 the only local record appears to be a patient at Powick Asylum in the 1871 census. Could this be the same person? His wife was a Sarah Ann Walters.
red mail Harriett ?
I am trying to find information on Harriett, who later married David Taylor, from Rowley Regis, later a fruiterer in Birmingham.
red mail St Clare, Priory Road Great Malvern, Worcs
Am researching history of house named St Clare, Priory Road Great Malvern and its residents. Suggestion that St Clare was taken over by Admiralty abt 1941 and used as hostel for WRNS serving with HMS Duke, a stoker's training establishment situated in the town between 1941-1945. Does anyone have any evidence for this or a relative who lived there? Any other information re St Clare after this date would be welcome.
Cotterell/Cottrell
My 2xGt Aunt HANNAH MARIA COTTERELL b 1866 was living/working in Gt Malvern in 1891. In 1892 she was a witness at her sister ALICE's wedding to James Plaskett in Suckley. Hannah had a daughter ANNIE MARIA b 1888 in Wellington Heath Herefordshire, who was brought up by her grandparents WILLIAM & ELIZABETH COTTERELL. In 1911 Annie was working in Worcester & she married ERNEST LANE in 1913. I have been unable to trace anything about HANNAH after 1892. Perhaps there are descendants of Annie & Ernest who may know what happened to her?
red mail Houton or Houghton
Searching for details of the family of Mary Ann Houton or Houghton born in Great Malvern in about 1822, who married Jeremiah Griffiths is Redmarley in 1846. Her father was named William Houton and was a labourer. I have no idea of her father's place of birth or the name of her mother or siblings. I have been unable to find this family in census records as I do not know whether her father may have died before she married in 1846. Any help or advice would be appreciated. Thanks
red mail HELP! Seeking info. on JOHN STEDMAN
I am trying to find out more information about my Grandfather, JOHN STEDMAN (nickname: Jack), who died in Malvern in 1954. This is what I know about him so far: He worked for the RRE/TRE in Malvern in the 1940s. During this time, he worked both as an Air Ministry Police Constable. In March 1943, he married my Grandmother, Edith Day and they had 3 children together: Margaret, John and Ken. His marriage certificate states that his father was William Stedman and was a retired Grocer. At the time of marriage, he lived at 7 Bellars lane, Malvern. At the time of death, he was either living in the TRE Married Quarters at Defford or at 49 Poolbrook Road, Malvern (I suspect the latter). He died at Chance Brothers Works on Pickersleigh Road, Malvern Link, where (according to his death certificate) he worked as a semi-skilled fitter. I am having problems tracing his birth, as there is a discrepancy in his age between the marriage and death certificates. The age on the death certificate(50) suggests that he would have been born in 1903/4. However, the marriage certificate suggests he was born in 1900/01. I feel that the age on the death certificate is the least reliable as the informant may have guessed his age. Therefore, I have looked at the UK Birth records for 1900/01 and on the 1901 census, and they show only one John Stedman with a Father called William who is the right age. However, my research has led me to discover this John Stedman is definitely not my Grandfather. I really need to be sure about his date of birth, by finding some documentation from his life in Malvern that contains this. Does anyone have any ideas? Or maybe someone in the Malvern area remembers him? Is there anyone out there who worked at the TRE/RRE at that time, or who knows how I can get more information about workers there? Failing that, if anyone has any advice for me on the next step to take in my research, I would be most grateful.
red mail Hobley
Sarah Hobley was born in Birmingham in 1842 and was living in Great Malvern in 1861 , being a servant. Any information would be very much appreciated. Philip
Malvern Lanes
I am looking for anyone with Richard lane born 1693 in malvern. Do you have him in your tree?he married twice and he had Thomas Lane to his second wife. Then they moved to Alfrick and Lulsley. Any help much appreciated.
red mail Ethel Ellen Singleton/Eastaff
London to Solihull and Malvern Can you please help? Walter Gustave Noel Singleton, born 1893 Wandsworth, London. move to Solihull and had a hardware-ironmongers type of shop in Solihull. He was the brother of my grandfathers William Charles born 1889. Is there anything like a Kelly's or Pigot's trade directory, which covers Solihull in the late 1930's, or between 1940-42? This was the period when my grandfather visited the property to avoid the bombing in London. Hopefully this would list Singleton as the proprietor of the shop, with an address so that I may be able to obtain old photographs. I have been informed recently that Walter Gustave Noel Singleton's wife's name is: Ethel Ellen Eastaff born1890 in Luton, they married in 1915 and had a daughter Mabel E Singleton born1920 Edmonton. Ethel Ellen Singleton died 1988 Registration Malvern, Worcestershire Vol. 29 Page 647 Would anyone have any information on Walter Gustave Noel Singleton his wife Ethel Ellen Singleton or the daughter Mabel E Singleton (name changed if married) Thank you, Reg
red mail Stevens Kenwrick Morgan
Looking for descendents of George Kenwrick (15 April 1851 - 9 Jan 1938 - buried Trimley St Mary in Suffolk. He married (Mary) Isabella Stevens on 8 Dec 1875 in Upton on Severn ( b Coventry in 1852,d 24 April 1917. They lived for a time in Edgbaston in Birmingham. After Isabella died George and family went to Canada where he bought a large house in Cambridge. When he returned ge had a flat in London and then a school in Twickenham run by his daughter. He married Nellie Louisa Morgan (b 1872 - 1960) who had been nanny to his children. George died in Felixstowe, Suffolk.
Hew Hamilton Dalrymple Wardrop
The Wardrop family were living in Gt Malvern in 1881. If anyone is researching them I have some family papers to pass on
red mail Suter Great malvern
I am trying to find more details on John Suter, born 1842 aprox. in Great Malvern. Can anyone do a census search for me? Thanks
Cottrell Cotterell
My 2 great aunts, Annie & Alice Cotterell were working in the BEAUCHAMP HOTEL Graham Road Malvern in 1891 as kitchen maids. Any info on them or the hotel would be useful.
red mail More Memorial Inscriptions
These names were taken from head stones in the churchyard of the Priory Church of St Mary & St Michael. If you find a match, I'll be happy to send the full inscription to you.
red mail Memorial Inscriptions
The names are taken from headstones in the churchyard of the Priory Church of St Mary & St Michael, Great Malvern, Worcs. If you find a match, I'd be happy to send you the full inscription.
Family History
Thomas.Rowley.married Emily.King.1868.at the Parish.Church.Great.Malvern.we believe they had four children.George.Eliza.Lousia.Jane.and Emily. if any one is connected to this family would you please contact us thank you.


 
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