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Purser family
Is there any information about the family or families called Purser who lived in Ashchurch in the C18 / C19? They may have been nonconformists who worshipped at the baptist chapel in Tewkesbury.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
Ashchurch railway accident 1929
Does anyone have any photographs of the railway accident at Ashchurch in 1929? My grandfather, Tom Barnett, was head signalman at the station and was on duty at the time. Michael
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
Railway cottages at Ashchurch
Does anyone have a photograph of (or information about) the railway cottages that used to stand near Ashchurch railway station (on the road to Northway)? My grandfather, Tom Barnett, (who was head signalman at the station) and his family lived in them from 1912 to 1928. Michael
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Ashchurch teacher, 1870s
Edward John Maccabe or Mccabe taught at Ashchurch in the 1870s. He was married to Elisabeth Milne who had six children from a previous marriage and one (another EJM) with Maccabe. Two further children were born here, Margaret Somerville Maccabe (later Wolstencroft) and Francis Joseph Maccabe (my grandfather, AKA Francis Joseph Milne and Francis Joseph Stuart Milne). EJM ended up in the Oldham workhouse, but I don't know why. Any information at all on this family would be welcome.
red mail William Hawker
William Hawker was born at Ashchurch around 1795. He was baptised there on 27 September 1795, the son of Joseph Hawker and Ann Newman (who married at Ashleworth on 26 June 1794). In the 1851 & 1862 census William is living in Tewkesbury with Ann Lewis, who bore him two children: William Lewis (1846-1888) and Emma Lewis (born 1849), later known as Hawker. It wasn't until 18 November 1862 that Wm Hawker married Ann Lewis, by which time he was a widower. Presumably he had left his previous wife but was unable to marry until she died.
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