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red mail Lewis
I'm interested in hearing from anyone with connections to the Lewis family from Inkberrow. They were a fairly large family and before Inkberrow they were in Sambourne, Warwickshire.
red mail Canning family
My grandfather was Arthur Canning 1881-1970. He was born in Inkberrow and I have traced the family back to 1807. I would bre very pleased to hear from anyone with family links or information about the Cannings.
red mail Journeyman baker
Would be happy to hear of connections to this family particularly Edgar who married Rose Crump and both born around 1880.
red mail dragon farm dogbutt lane
any information about the farms history would be gratefully recieved peter
red mail Corbett
Researching the ancestry of John Corbett father of Fredrick Corbett and others at Inkberrow. John's parents are John Corbett of Inkberrow and Elizabeth Sandford of Exhall ,Coventry , Warwickshire. Please contact me if you have any links to this family .
red mail Robert Phipps (1796-1882)
I am trying to find information about Robert Phipps born in Inkberrow June 1796 he married Lucy Ingram and they lived in Harbourne. I am trying to find Robert's parents possibly John & Mary but cannot find any info can anyone offer advice, info or help ?
red mail Mogg
Looking for any more info about the Mogg family, living in Inkberrow, Little Alne areas right back to the 16th century.
red mail william griffin
the griffin family lived in inkberrow from late 1600 hundreds , edward, william of morton hall, john , charles , george.
Ford
Fords born at Inkberrow (1708-1858) Thomas,George,Richard&Charles and families. Would like to contact any descendants.
red mail Reeves
George Reeves and Sarah (nee Harris) had 8 children, the last 7 born in Inkberrow, between 1837-1851.Some worked at Thorn farm.Any information welcomed.
red mail Badger, Farmer and Gittins
I am looking for any information on the Badger, Farmer and Gittins families from the Inkberrow and stock green area
red mail Corbet - Inkberrow
John Corbet married Ann Sandford in Inkberrow in 1804. With her and his second wife he had twelve children most of whom survived. Have you got a connection with the Inkberrow Corbets, or their descendents the Hanbury Corbetts, if so give me a call.
red mail Myra Elizabeth Shakells
She married Thomas Jones of Kington, gave birth to son Herbert George 5 Nov 1881. Names variations Mira Elizabeth Shakel, and the LDS and GRO differ over place of birth - GRO says Aberton. Know what became of the family all the way down to my grandchildren but we know little about My(I)ra E Shakel(ls. Any help Appreciated
HUNT - HORTON in Ridgeway Inkberrow
Enoch HUNT married Lucy HORTON (B:4th April 1853 , Ridgeway, Inkberrow). The marriage took place 6th February 1875 in Ridgeway, Inkberrow. Lucy's parents were: Thomas Horton and Elizabeth (nee Bennett). Anything familiar here?
red mail Davis Family
I am looking for any Davis's with unusual names such as Angelo Raphael, Corregis, Titian and Pool Field. They all were born in Inkberrow and all were at least for a while stonemasons.
red mail Inkberrow-Shakles Family
My greatgrandmother was born in Inkberrow in 1857. Her name was Jane Ann Shakles or Shackles or Shackel. I am not sure how her last name was spelled. Her father was a farmer but I don't know his first name. Any help appreciated.
red mail Inkberrow Woodwards
I have Woodward ancestors who lived in Inkberrow from 1790 to 1860 who then moved to Alcester. They were agricultural labourers but later stone masons. Some lived (and died) on The Ridgeway. I am a direct descendant of a Wheeler, a Laight and a Richards, and other married-in families are Stiler, Phipps, Maclaland and Hill. Contact me if you have any links to these families.
red mail Davis
I am decended from the Davis family of Inkberrow, WOR.They were a family of stonemasons and much of their work can be seen in Inkberrow churchyard.Amongst many families who married into the family are:Mills,Field & Ballard.The earliest member ofthe family appears in Inkberrow about 1650 and they are still there early 20th C.Any interest would be apprieciated.
red mail Inkberrow Keys
I am a descendant of John Key b 1757, through his son John, grandson John, and great grandson John. My grandfather was Thomas Lewis Key, my father was Arthur Key. Looking for Key relatives in Inkberrow and environs.
Key Family 1750's Onwards.
Hi all, I am following the KEY family name in Inkberrow. Married in names are:-Cyphus, Wedgeberry, Savage, Ballard, Laight, Jennings, Alcock, Bloxham, Morris, Bayliss, Creswell, Baker, Willis, Madeley and more.


 
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