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Williams Tree
Hi, I am researching the above family who came from the Coreley / Cleobury Mortimer area in Shropshire. I have got back to Samuell WILLIAMS B. 1791 who in the 1841 Census was shown as being 50 Y.O. His wifes name is Susan ?. B.1801. They had a son named Samuell B. 1821 who is also noted in the 1841 Census. Any information on the family prior to these dates would be appreciated. Regards B.W.
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Thomas PAGE and Elizabeth DIDLAKE
Thomas Page married Elizabeth DIDLAKE in April 1829 at Coreley - I think this may be Thomas Page, baptised at Hope Bagot in 1807, and he maybe part of my PAGE family - parents Richard and Ann, siblings Reuben, John and Harriott. I would love to know more to find out if it is our Thomas
red mail ANDREWS
Hi looking for info about the Andrews of Coreley. My 3x great grandfather Richard was baptised in Coreley in 1778. He and two brothers then left to go to Wales around 1805. Richard's parents were Edward Andrews b Dawley Magna and Sarah Edwards who married in Coreley in 1772. I'd love to know why Edward came to Coreley. What work was there in the area?
red mail Wall
I'm looking for information on Thomas Wall who married Lydia Williams at Coreley in 1760. Lydia's parents were Thomas Williams and Mary Withey. Thomas and Lydia had three children that I know of, Thomas, Hannah and William.
red mail Han(d)ley
My great grandfather John was born in Coreley. Age 39 on 1881 census. Wife Emma Morris


 
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