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In 1373 Edward III of England proclaimed "that the said town of Bristol withall be a County by itself and called the county of Bristol for ever". Despite this, Bristol has been treated as part of Gloucestershi... more
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red mail William Pearce (farrier)
Baptism unknown date, place Barton Hundred, marriage to a Anne Powell 29/2/1736 St. James Bristol passed away 7/3/1756, anyone familiar with this ancestor.
Ivy Elizabeth Martin
wardAm looking for any info on Ivy Elizabeth Martin born in Bristol in 1910. Parents Albert William Martin and Ellen Abbott Payne. Address in 1911. 66 Hotwells rd . Apart from birth cannot find any record of marriage or death. ? moved abroad. Have now received birth certificate. Born 13th Dec 1909 NOT 1910 and father was Albert EDWARD Martin not Albert William Martiin.
red mail A research about Lewis Family in Bristol
Hello everyone, I'm new to this page and I was hoping you could help me in my research about my family. You see, I live in Peru and my last name is Lewis (something very unusual here) and after a week searching for information I found the name of my great-great-grandfather, in addition to his date and place of birth. It seems that his full name was Santiago Lewis, born in Bristol, Gloucester in 1848, unfortunately I have not been able to get any information about his parents or if he had brothers / sisters, nor have I been very successful looking at any records since most of the websites that provide that information are beyond my reach. While asking some of my family members, they told me that they also had a connection with a family called Bailey. Little else I know about that, except that he was the first of the Lewis to arrive in Peru and that he was an architect, marrying a woman named Maria Jimenez and having two children in 1890 and 1900 named Santiago Carlos and Arturo respectively. Of course I know it's not a lot of information to start making connections, but if someone believes that can recognize or relate to this information, feel free to contact me, any hint is appreciated. Ronald.
red mail Parents of Charles Harold WILLIAMS of Bristol, England. 1912 or prior.
Seeking information on the parents of Charles Harold WILLIAMS. Charles was born in Bristol, England on March 20, 1912. He died August 3, 1999 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He married Miss Georgina PACKER in 1944.
Daniel Skuse
I am searching for information about Daniel Skuse born in 1874. He married Emily Jones (nee Prosser) in 1899. Emily lived in New Tredegar on Fothergill Road and she had a son William John Jones born in 1891. Her first husband William Jones came from Wrexham. There was another son, Arthur who could be a Jones or a Skuse. I believe he was a publican in Peterchurch, Herefordshire. I would be grateful for any information.
Looking for Gerald B. Nutt, believed to have married Pauline Wilson in Q3-1963 in Bristol. Any information would be gratefully received.
Bristol Internment
John White Robison died 10th. June 1960. in his Bristol home at 87 yoa. He had been the headmaster of a school for deaf children i central Bristol. Trying to find the cemetery where he was buried/cremated. Have contacted local cemeteries without success.
Muller's Orphanage Bristol
I am hoping someone may have photographs of older children at Muller's Orphanage in Bristol - years spanning 1927 to 1930. My father was orphaned at the age of 11 and spent 3 years there before being apprenticed to a market gardener named Blake. I think this was in Weston-super-Mare. Not much to go on I know but would appreciate any photos from those years of boys 11-14 years old at the orphanage. Or any other information you may think useful.
John White Robison - Bristol
Looking for further information on John 'Robbie' Robison and his wife Lily (Faux). Robbie was Captain of the Gloucestershire Bowls Team in 1945 and became an England International player in 1946 a wonderful honour for himself and the Henleaze Bowling Club for whom he played. He was born in Dumfriesshire, Scotland in 1873., married Florence Walker in 1905 who sadly passed away at the early age of 45 years. He later married Lily Faux in 1933 in Bristol. He was evidently the Head Master of a school for deaf children and his second wife Lily Faux, was also a teacher, who had attended the Bristol Red Maids School at its original location in Denmark Street, central Bristol. Robbie passed away in 1960 and his wife Lily, just two years later in 1962 in a nursing home in Weston-S-Mare. I would be grateful for any further snippet of information.
red mail Tillett family
I am Great Granddaughter of Ben Tillett was MP for London around 1920. Looking for any Family members

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