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Samuel Passey 1750
I am trying to find information about Samuel Passey, baptised in Bromyard in 1750. He may later have moved to Gloucestershire.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
Taylor family
Keen to hear from anyone researching the 'Taylor' family from Bromyard 1750 - 1900.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2021
red mail joe and billy Turner
Billy made Jewellery. His brother was Joseph. Billy married a Price, and lived in Birmingham. Joe lived in the Bromyard area. Not sure if Joe ever married? Billy would visit the area on a motorbike. His children would also visit the area on holidays. The time was about the 1920  1930s.
Posted: 2019
red mail John Compton 1798
Hi there l am looking for information on john Compton born 1798 ,Winslow ,pencombe ? Any help would be gladly appreciated . Mark
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2018
red mail PREST
Late 1930's early 1940's last contact with Great Aunt Alice (nee Scrivener) who was married to publican Claude PREST close to, or in Bromyard town. ANY information please to Joann
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Harris/ Bancroft
Looking for connecections to the family of Harris from Bromyard.The line I am looking for came from Llandaff in the 19th century. Florence (Nee Davis/ Davies married Edward John Harris/ Harries in 1917 in Glamorgan). Florence worked for the Bishop of Llandaff and Hereford in the Bishops Palaces in both cities, possibly between 1920 and 1945. Ronald's (Born 1925) Father was Edward John Harris, the Father of Edward John is Clement William. Also tied in through marriage to the Bancroft-Tysoe line which is traced back to 1280 now. Please see my other village entries for more info, many thanks, Ed
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Harris; Bancroft; Lockley; Brew
Looking for connecections to the family of Harris from Bromyard.The line I am looking for came from Llandaff in the 19th century and one, Florence (Nee Davis), worked for the Bishop of Llandaff and Hereford in the Bishops Palaces in both cities, possibly between 1900 and 1950? Main first names are Edward John (given to the eldest Son in each generation, and Ronald. Also tied in through marriage to ther Bancroft-Tysoe line which is traced back to 1280 now. Please see my other village entries for more info
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Edwards/ Williams/ Watkins/ Cooke
I am looking for family connections to the Edwards family (of Burghill, Hereford and later at Bromyard), Joseph George Edwards married Harriett Williams, 1901 (Hereford), his Father was Arthur Edwards, her father was Edward Williams. Also Charles Watkins married Mary Jane Cook/ Cooke (born at Avenbury) at turn of 20th Century, Her Mother was Eliza Cooke and she married Thomas Dennis who was licencee of the Holly Bush Inn at Munderfield/ Bishops Frome in the last quarter of the 19th Century. all information will be most welcome, thanks you
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Bromyard
Am interested in Thomas Badham Cook,born @ 1824 in Birley, nr Bromyard but he is in Worcester in the 1851 census, a hay/straw dealer. His father was James Cook, a publican and hallier. He had a brother, William, also living in Worcester by 1851.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Lyon
Rev.Paul Kemp Lyon died 1944 Bromyard, he was attached to the Worcester diocese till his death. He had three sons Wallace Adelbert Lyon b. Kilcommick Eire 1892 -1977 and Lawerence Gorndon Lyon 1895-1918.William Roy Lyon 1889 Canada to 1959 Worc's.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2016

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