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red mail Richard Hull - Christian Malford
I am descended from Richard Hull. Would love to hear from anyone in the same position as me! I think he was my great great grandfather - my father was Leslie James Hull, and his father was Henry Hull. I have visited the Hull graves in Christian MALFORD, but would love to correspond with anyone who has more information. I gather their was a marriage in Christian MALFORD with Sarah Uzzell, and believe the Uzzell family are still there Many thanks, Lesley
Posted: 2021
red mail The Wests of Christian Malford and
In 1844, the Poor Law Union's Emigration Fund for Christian Malford (village) sponsored a "poor but respectable" family to migrate to Australia: William Bath, his new wife Sarah West, his children from his first wife and those from his new wife sailed to Australia on the "Hamlet". They settled at Walcha on the New England Tableland of NSW on a farm called "Malford" and prospered. Descendents still own "Malford". In 1842 and 1843, George Crisp West and his sister were born at Ch. Malford, the children of John West (poulterer) and Jane Crisp. As a young man, George journeyed to Australia and married Catherine Levingston at Walcha in 1871. George and Kate became my great-grandparents. George was probably Sarah's nephew. Sarah was apparently born at Bath (not Brighton, as often stated) 5 Apr 1815, dau. of Thomas (boatman) and Elizabeth; she married the widower William Bath in "Trinity" in Bath on St Valentine's Day (14 Feb) 1842. Any info about these Wests of Xn Malford and the City of Bath much appreciated. Furthermore (8 Nov 08): See Thomas West in 1841 Census (b 1796, Res: Ch. Malford). See 1851 Census (b 1795 Xn Malford, spouse Elizabeth, Res: Ch. Malford, two children Eliz. jr 18 and Thomas jr 12). See 1861 Census: Thomas West b 1791 Bridford (prob. Bradford on Avon), Elizabeth West b 1798 Chtian Malford). Not in 1871 Census. Bradford perhaps became "Brighton". Were Thomas and Elizabeth the parents of Sarah West AND John West?!
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Hull Family
My wife is a direct descendant of Richard Hull who was born in Christian Malford in 1780 to Thomas and Ann, nee Hopkins. Richard married Hannah Day in Kington St Michael in 1804, and subsequently ran a shop and premises in Seagry Road, now Flambe restaurant, and I would welcome contact from anyone with news of the family . Richard, later a Yeoman, subsequently moved from Sutton Benger to Stargroves East Woodhay south of Newbury, and his son Henry farmed Church Farm in that village later
red mail Christian Malford
Any details on the Hunt family from Christian Malford required. I know of Joseph Hunt b. 1836 and his wife Jane (nee Brown) who lived at 67 The Green and their children, but any other information on the family would be appreciated.
red mail Hunt's Of Christian Melford
Hi I'm interested in the hunt family. I have a list of name's from Robert Hunt 1766 to verious descendants of 1901.
red mail Prior Family
I am interested in this family. I have a Mary Prior baptised at Christian Malford on 18th June 1775, her parents were James and Betty Prior. Can anyone help me please? thankyou Kathryn
red mail wilkins/enever
looking for any relations of wilkins family in christian malford bejamin, henry goerge, margaret enever (henrys wife) all buried in christian church other family member ray, les, joyce, ivy, edgar.
red mail Bath Family
I believe that my family emigrated to Australia from Christian Malford. I am interested in any information about the family and Baths living in the area now


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