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red mail WATSON and GURNEY
Still curious about an ancestor who appears to have been a single woman at Ross where she was born around 1821. She had two sons George in 1846 and Alfred in 1851. Her family appear to have lived in poverty and she worked as a domestic. Alfred referred to his father as being a blast furnace operator called William Watson no trace of who can be found. Later in life Alfred used the name William Watson as his own. DNA has produced no leads.
Posted: 2021
TRAM INN, Eardisley
I am doing research re the Tram inn and would welcome any info regarding the inn please. I have all the census records & the 1939 register. I am a relative of the Watkins family who were inkeepers from 1827 -1941. I dont know when it was built. I would welcome family members that might like to get in touch with me, thanks Sheila
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Albert James Adams
Does anyone have any information on Albert James Adams believed to have been born in Herefordshire. He married Annie Cartwright in Cardiff in July 1909. He was 25years old and Annie was 23 years old when they married. Alberts father was Thomas who had unfortunately passed away by the time of the marraige? I will be grateful for any information on either the Adams or Cartwright families. Thankyou.
Posted: 2019, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Queenie Freer -nee baker at Hereford munitions
our family Auntie Queenie worked at Hereford Munitions factory during the 2nd world war . i know she travelled from a bus from Ross on Wye any history of this factory and if you knew any family who lived at the Hereford Redhill Hostel i will be grateful Thank u ..Margaret
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
George , John and Margaret Gouldrick
Interested in George Gouldrick the governor of the City Gaol in Gaol St from 1850s till it closed and his parents who were my wife's Gt Gt Gt Gt grandparents. John Gouldrick died 1837 at home in Union st. he had been a Sergeant in Sgt 36th Regiment of foot. Margaret born c 1775 Willington, died 1861 in Hereford. Any other Gouldrick information is also of interest.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
Martha Hannah Bottom
I would like to hear from the descendants of Martha Hanna Bottom born 1911, who died in Hereford in 1987.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2021
Nancy May Bottom
I would like to hear from the descendants of Nancy May Bottom, who was born in 1918 and died in Hereford in 1997.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2021
red mail HODGES, Hereford All Saints
Arabella HODGES (ca 1794-1853) married William BROWN (ca 1794-1861) (originally of Tetbury) at St.Botolph's, Bishopsgate, in 1823. The couple lived in Oxford for some years before moving back to Clerkenwell (after 1841)where they ran the Fountain Tavern on Amwell St. Both buried Highgate Cemetery. Arabella had a niece, Louisa Arabella POWELL (1840-), also found at the Fountain in 1861.
Posted: 2005, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
red mail Newfound Hope
Hello, I have an ancestor who appears in a couple of Census's with the place of birth given as Hereford, Newfound Hope. Can anyone explain what this is or point me into the right direction to find out? Many thanks
Posted: 2020
red mail JOSEPH HENRY BAKER of City of Hereford
Can anyone find Rev Joseph Henry Baker of the City of Hereford in the 1841 Census or 1851 Census or 1861 Census? He is known to have lived in the City of Hereford in at least 1842 (at St Peters Street) and 1863 (at St Martins Street). In 1842, he was Chaplain at the Hereford Infirmary. If he can't be found in the 1841, 1851 & 1861 Censuses, can anyone find a Marriage entry or a Death entry for him in the Civil Registration Indexes. The complication in this search is that he was usually known as Rev. J.H. Baker or Rev. J. Henry Baker. He was probably a poor clergyman who cobbled together an income by holding several curacies & official positions anywhere in Herefordshire. Hopefully, some kind person might have better luck in tracing him than I have had. Thank you.
Posted: 2019, Member logged in: 2020

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