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Bristol Gloucestershire
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 Vining Bristol from 1700s
Looking for Vinings that link back to James Vining b 1710 Charlton Horethorne and in Bristol soon after, name Thomas occurs in most generations
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
Cuff of Bristol
I am trying to trace the descendants of or anyone connected to Frank Herbert Cuff, son of George Cuff, who married Lilian Augusta May Bale (my Gt Aunt), daughter of Walter Bale, in Bristol, in 1927. I believe they had a daughter Joyce, b 1927, who married a David Henderson in 1950. I am not sure whether Joyce had any siblings.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
Captain Poole
William Poole was a navy captain in the reign of Charles II, who knighted him in 1672. From 1682 he was Collector of Customs for the Port of Bristol, and he died in 1689. I would like to know the names of his parents and those of his wife Margaret. Their son, Benjamin, married Margaret, daughter of Anthony Lowther by Margaret, daughter of Admiral Sir William Penn.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
FRANK S BOLT- MANCHESTER WAREHOUSEMAN
Does anyone know anything about Frank S Bolt who was born about 1858? He lived in Westbury on Trym at the time of the census in 1881 and 1891 and was described as a 'Manchester Warehouseman' employing 4 hands.In 1901 he had moved to Keynsham. Where was this warehouse? My great grandfather Job Frederick Biggs, who lived in Cheltenham, was a commercial traveller in 'Manchester Goods' and was related to Frank Bolt by marriage, and I am trying to find out more about his life as a travelling salesman.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
I'VE FOUND WHERE THE WAREHOUSE WAS....
Further to my recent query re the whereabouts of the Manchester Goods warehouse owned by Frank S Bolt, I now know that it was BOLT BROTHERS, MANCHESTER AND FOREIGN WAREHOUSE, 6,7&8 Bridge Street Bristol. Does anyone have any photographs or information please?
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
EVANS &BIGGS CUTLERS AND IRONMONGERS
Can anyone shed any light on Evans and Biggs please? My great grandfathers half brother James A. Biggs may have been part of this firm, possibly the co-owner. I know they were operating in Bristol around the middle of the nineteenth century somewhere in the centre of Bristol. Evans and Biggs could have been cousins.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
CHARLES ALFRED JAMES - Chemist and Druggist.
Is anyone researching the family of Charles Alfred James who was a chemist and druggist in Kings Parade Whiteladies Road in 1881. He and his wife Ellen Mary(nee Biggs) had at least eight children. I am particularly interested in their eldest daughter Florence Ellen Annie James who was born in September 1865. Can anyone help please?
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
Thomas Green (or Greere) Miles - Does this name ring a bell?
Is anyone researching this family? My great grandfathers half sister, Emily Elizabeth Biggs married Thomas in 1866 at St Pauls Church. He was then a widower. He is described as a Commercial Traveller, (possibly in the drapery trade) His father is described on the marriage certificate as Frederick Caufield(or Canfield) Miles, Auctioneer.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
Barnett family in St. George Bristol
My grandparents and my uncle and aunt were living at 15, Bowden Road, St. George, Bristol from 1906 to 1912. Does anyone have information or photographs of this road and the surrounding area? Michael
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
Jay/Joy Family
George Jay/Joy & Hannah: In 1841 resided at "The Batch" Lawrence Hill,Bristol with son James. Another son: Samuel Jay/Joy (my Gt Gt Grandfather), m Eliza Stone 14th February 1831 Parish of Bitton (2nd wife Anne). Would be pleased to hear from fellow descendants.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2021

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