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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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Williams Family Weston Super Mare
Seeking any information regarding my Williams ancestors.Herbert Thomas Reeves Williams was an executor for his father,s will.His father was Henry Hick Williams who died 1949 at Weston Super Mare.Herbert,s address at the time was 12 Vale St.Knole Bristol.He was a Cellarman.Herbert married Louisa D.M.Lawrence in 1937.Herbert was 51 years old and Louisa aged 32.I wonder if they had any children ? Gerry
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2020
Sarah Ann THOMAS
Could anyone help me locate the parents of Sarah Thomas born in 1832 in Bristol. She married Thomas Ingram JAMES in 1850. I believe her father was William Thomas, a Cabinet Maker. Thanks
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2020
red mail HIRON family of Westbury-on-Trym
I am searching for information regarding descendants or living relatives of Albert Henry HIRON (1869 - 1937) and Emma Lydia BROWN (1871 - 1929) of Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol. They had twelve children between 1890 and 1915, most of whom lived and died in the Bristol area. Any information on living relatives would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2020
red mail JOHNS
I am researching the Johns family who lived in Bristol from C19th century onwards ( & possibly prior to this). Earliest ancestor traced to this location is James Johns (b. 1789) Married to Sarah, with other children Catherine (1820), William (1823) & Daniel (1826) & Thomas (b. 1834). Following Sarahs death remarried Elizabeth Salisbury (nee James) & had children: Elizabeth b. 1838, William b. 1841. Know James was a sugar boiler & died age 55 on 16 November 1844 after falling through a pulley hole, at a Finzels sugar refinery in the counterslip area of Temple Parish (St. Mary Redcliffe). James was son of William James Johns, a labourer. In early C20th the family lived in St. James area of Bristol.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Royston G WARFIELD
Can anyone help with information on a Royston G Warfield born 1949 at Bristol please? I believe his parents were Herbert Alfred Warfield an Millicent Jordon (known as Cissy). I know of Herbert's ancestors, but nothing further.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2020
DANIEL(S) from BRISTOL, 18-19 th c.
I would want to know more about my 3g-grandfather Solomon JONES ' wife, a certain Sarah Rebecca DANIEL(S). Until now I only knew she came with her husband and their children from LONDON to BRUSSELS around 1824, and she died there in 1829, aged only 43 y. She was thus born about 1786 . . I don't know where. Solomon had been formerly a Navy's Agent and had lived at Bunhill Row, ISLINGTON (London). Also it's certain the family was of the Jewish persuasion. All that not sufficient to perform successful research ! But I recently read in a book about one relative of mine, a certain Alexander B. JOHNSON, direct cousin of the said Solomon who emigrated to the USA in 1801, that Sarah's family should be originally from BRISTOL - I suppose Gloucestershire . . still not sufficient for results but a huge step ahead (if it's true) ! Phineas was her father's name, who has been a shirt manufacturer in Philadelphia (Pa, USA) a few years before the American Revolutionary War (1775-83), also Sarah had 3 siblings. Does it perhaps - by chance only - light a very small lamp by anybody ? I'ld highly appreciate if I could get some tip for my searching work.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2020
red mail WARFIELD
Looking for information please on Douglas Haig Warfield (born 1917 in Pontypridd) who married Barbara B Turner in 1941 in the Bristol district. I believe they may have had (possibly) nine children: Ronald, Brian, Alan, Elaine, Stephen, Adrian, Caroline, Teresa and Kevin.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2020
red mail 1871 marriage details
looking for information on the marriage of john shannon 1871 jul/aug/sept quater would like to know if anybody as access to the name of spouse.i would be most gratful for any information regarding this marriage. thank you ann
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2020
red mail hewish
seeking inf.on alice may hewish 1911 census living with william and elizabeth sutton at 48 kigston road southville bristol alice was there niece she was born in chewton mendip somt. cheers ian
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
London - Horsepond-Stratford/West Ham-London
Does anyone know the name of this area? Cannot pin it down to a particular street, or building. Some of the family were from 'Carpenter's Row', which must have been in the same district.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2020

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