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The Rock Crasswall
My grandfather (William John Jones) and grandmother (Sarah Ann Jones nee Pearce - Bevan) are in the 1911 census living at the Rock with her grandfather, William Pearce Bevan. William John came from a family called Prosser who had the farm called the Reeds. Uncle Bob Prosser and his brother Abimelech (Bibi) lived at the farm. The family graves are in the churchyard at Michaelchurch. Bob Prosser eventually lived at Yew Tree cottage Craswall with his niece Emma? Also in the same churchyard is the grave of William Pearce Bevan and his wife Charlotte (Phillips). Does anyone know more about the family?

Posted Jan 2017
Michaelchurch Escley, Herefordshire


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