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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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Mary (Polly) Ingram married Seth Weeks, in the Parish Church of Horfield, Bristol in October 1894. Does anyone have any connection with this side of my family? Polly was my grandfather Albert's eldest sister.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2020
Frederick Ingram/Matilda Wheeler
Frederick John Ingram married Matilda Wheeler December 1892. They lived in Fishponds, Bristol. Can anyone help? Fred was my grandfather Albert''s brother, and they were born in Alveston.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2020
John Dyer, Eleanor Ingram
I am seeking info on a John Dyer and Eleanor Ingram who were married at St Augustines the Less, Bristol in 1800. They had a daughter Eleanor Ingram Dyer who was born in 1801 in Bristol. Eleanor Ingram Dyer was married to John Collins in 1823 at St Matthews, Bethnal Green.I would be grateful for any info on any of the above. Thanks.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2020
I am trying to find more info on my Gt.Gt.Grandfather James Alfred Jarrett who was born in 1811 in the Temple parish of Bristol. His father William Jarrett was born in Brecon in 1762. I will be pleased to hear from anyone who has knowledge of the Bristol Jarretts. Thank you.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2020
red mail CANNING
I am researching the Canning family who lived in the Redcliffe area in C19th. James Canning b. 1812 approx. married to Hannah Thorn b. 1821, parents of James Canning b. 1849 (m. Emily Bessant b. 1849). I would be interested in hearing from anyone with further information about this family. ( I have details from 1841 census onwards.Would particularly like info on ancestors before this date & siblings of James Canning b. 1812.)
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2020
red mail WILLIAMS
I am researching the Williams family (believed to have moved to Kingswood from Wales to work in Coal Mines). Originally lived Hanham Road area, before establishing building business in Redfield. George Williams (b. 1831) married to Charlotte (b. 1831), parents of Samuel (b. 1851) m. Joanna Lewis (b. 1850), grandparents of George Williams (b. 1879) m. Sarah Robins. Interested in any information about earlier Williams ancestors.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Thomas Porter
I am looking for Thomas Porter born in Bristol abt.1854-his father was Thomas Porter and mother was Harriet-I have his marriage to Mary Ann Gainey in 1881 and death in 1903 but cannot find a birth record
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2020
My great,great grandmother spent the end of her life with her yongest daughter Mary Lodge and her family at York Street, Bristol at the end of the 19th century. Her name was Charlotte Ingram, from Alveston. Can anyone help?
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Coulsting
Looking for any information about the family of John Frederick Coulsting of Bristol, From what I can tell they were wire manufacturers in the Knowle or Bedminster areas. I have found a John F Coulsting born 1776 and his son John F Coulsting 1798. Were there any other family before 1776, I know there were subsequent years after. The name is Coulsting, but it could down as Coulstring or Coalstring as well Can anyone help please, will be much appreciated, thank you.
Posted: 2019
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.
Posted: 2019

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