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red mail Axton family Cirencester
Does anyone have any memories or stories of the Axton family in Cirencester? Anything either recent or historical. Much appreciated.
red mail JACOB CARTER Cirencester 1846-1910
Looking for any infomation on JACOB CARTER, particuly photographs.Born in Baunton 1846 married Ellen POWELL in 1866,died in Cirencester 1910. Member of Cirecester rifle volunteers 1861-75, became bandmaster of Cirencester town band for many years abt 1880-1905.
red mail Mary Masters-Richard Browne 1646
Mary was born in Cirencester 1632. Richard was born in Poddington, Bedfordshire in 1632. They married in Cirencester 1646 and later moved to Pennsylvania. Any subsequent information on other members of the Masters family?
red mail William Hinton born 1762 or 1769?
William Hinton and Mary Clark were married on 16 Feb 1790 in Cirencester and had three children: George, William and Richard. Does anyone know more of this family? In particular is William the son of George Hinton (ch 17 Aug 1762) or the son of Peter Hinton (ch Dec 1769) or neither?
George Taylor married Nellie Pomphrey in September, 1912 at Croydon, Greater London, Kent. Nellie Pomphrey was my grandmother's half-sister. During and after WW2, when food rationing was still in force, my grandmother used send food items (e.g.dried fruits) from Penshurst,Sydney,Australia to Nellie and George Taylor at an address (long forgotten!!)in Cirencestor. Nellie and George had four children - Robert, Don, Leslie and Molly. Are any descendants of this family still living in Cirencester?
red mail Legg(Legge,Leg) Cirencester (Revised Jan"10 Red
Seeking William Legg born about 1784, married to Elizabeth. Eldest child John born 1809 at Duntisbourne Rouse. Is this the same William Legg born in Kempsford, parents Thomas and Anne, grandparents Edward Leg and Martha Smith? Was Edward Leg the son of Richard Leg of Coleshill and the grandson of John Leg of Coleshill?
red mail Kemble Station
Does anyone know the exact date that Kemble Station opened in 1841? I ask because my ancestors were in Cirencester on census night, 7 June, having been previously in Birmingham, and I wonder if they might have been able to travel by train?
red mail Mary Smith (1794-1881) Hit Brick Wall
Looking for further information on Mary Smith who died 10 Feb, 1881 in Cirencester, Glouchestershire. Born abt. 1794 in Glouchestershire. Difficult name to search for in the Census's. What was her maiden name? and whom did she marry? Unknown Smith. Where would she possibly have been buried? She had a son, Henry Smith b.1830 in Glouchestershire. He emigrated to New Zealand on the 23rd April, 1851 from Gravesend on the 'Simlah' Thanks for any help. Cheers, Mirk
red mail Isaac Rose of Cirencester
I am searching for information on the family of Isaac Rose of Cirencester b.about 1832 d.1896.He had 3 wives,Margaret Belcher of Ireland,Lucy Rose and Ruth Rose.Their children were Frederick,Marie,James,John,Fanny,Nelly,Elizabeth,Isaac,Mary Jane,Ann Eliza,Jane,Edith,William.Frederick Rose b.1862 in Quenington was my husbands grandfather.He came to Canada as a British Home Child in 1877 and made his home here in Nova Scotia.Any info about his early life in England would be very much appreciated.Hopefully some of my husbands relatives will reply.
red mail Winstone
Looking for many Winstone ancestors from this area. George Winstone m. Margaret Jordan 1803 and George Winstone m. Martha Legg 1833. See my URL for details of children.

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