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red mail Williams and Richens
I am researching my family history in the Swindon area and mainly the Wanborough & Liddington area. I can trace the name Richens back to 1881 living in 72 & 73 Lower Town Street and 1871 living at 4 Berrycroft Row. Elizabeth Richens married David Williams. They had seven children one of them being my great grandfather William Williams. William worked on Plain Farm for a while and then was sadly killed during WWI, his name is on the Lych Gate at Liddington church along with his brother Herbert. Any information or help in piecing more of the puzzle together would be much appreciated.
red mail THOMAS PALMER
My great grandfather was THOMAS PALMER bpt 1858 his father was ALFRED PALMER who married ELIZABETH JOHNSON from CHISELDON. ALFRED'S father was RICHARD PALMER from LAMBOURN, his mothers name was HARRIET, ALFRED was born in LAMBOURN,where his father was a groom. THOMAS lived in CHISELDON and married SARAH ANN HILLIER from BERWICK BASSETT. Her fathers name was THOMAS MILES and her mothers name was MARY ANN ??? FROM PRESHUTE IS ANYONE ELSE SEARCHING FOR MY FAMILY??
red mail Carter
Seeking information on the Carter family in Wiltshire Richard and Hannah Carter. Richard was born in Liddington in about 1824 his parents are thought to be Simon and Susannah Carter. Simon was born in Liddington and Susannah born in Chisedon. Richardand Hannah were still living in Liddington in 1901 Richards son George married Alice Bathe in Liddington in 1879 and soon after moved to Datchet in Bucks.


 
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