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The Orchard, Minchinhampton
Trying to find out if this address is still there. Was a bungalow with high walls partly round it in 1944/45. There was a picket fence between this and two sisters who lived next door.
Posted: 2021
red mail LATHAM
Looking for information relating to Joseph & Mary (nee Clift) Latham of Minchinhampton. They had 8 children (Jacob, Elizabeth, Martha, Millicent, Jane, Joseph, Thomas and Samuel). Their son Thomas married Eliza Baugh from Marden in Hereford.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Daniels Family
Joseph Daniels progency lived and worked from 'The Old Bakery' in Box about a mile from Minchinhampton, until the mid 1950's .
Posted: 2020
red mail Sampson Family
my gt gt grandparents moved to Minchinhampton from Winkliegh, Devon there names were Richard (1840-1882) and Penelope Sampson (nee Dunn). Richard joined the Gloucestershire Police Force (14/10/1864) there children were born in the Police House in West End, Minchinhampton. They had 5 children William (1864), Clara Mabel (1868-1928) she moved to Putney in London and married Henry Roberts, Dora (1869-1869), Frank (1872-1949) married Annie Mary Dickman (1867-1947) daughter of Arthur and Maria Leech in 27/12/1892 at Stroud Reg Off, they had as far as i know 6 children Lilian she married a Henry Barnfield and lived at Minch, Mabel (1894), Percy (1897), Phyllis (1900), Clara and Ernest (1905). My gt grandmother Dora (1876-1968) she married Alfred William Sharpe (1876-1951) on 15/5/1900 at Stroud Reg Off, eventually they moved to Dudley, Worc around 1917. In the 1881 census Richard and family had moved across the River Severn to Littledean, where he was a Police Constable. Richard died 1/4/1882 at Box, Penelope moved to Stroud and i think she married someone named Turner
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2020
Based around Minchinhampton, mainly Amberley and earlier Littleworth several family researchers have families linked to Richard Latham 1665-1710. I am keen to extend the tree and check the details and would be interested in hearing from anyone with links to the family.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Blick
Blick David and Ann. They had 2 daughters Ann & Harriet born 1807 & 1808. Were there any more children? Can't find the death dates of David & Ann. David and Ann born 1784. Help.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Dickes
Looking for information about the Dickes family. Jesse was a shoemaker, born 1813. He later moved to Bristol
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2016
red mail DAY FAMILY
I am seeking information about my ancestors who originated from Minchinhampton. My great great great grandfather Richard Day (born 28th December 1818 in Minchinhampton) immigrated with his wife Mary Anne nee Newman to South Australia in 1838 on the Royal Admiral. I believe his father was Luke Day born 26.12.1791 and died 3.4.1854 and his grandfather was George Day born 15.7.1770 and died 2.8.1846. Any information pertaining to this family lineage would be appreciated.
red mail george jones
looking for family members of george jones.minchinhampton,gloucestershire.died in the first world war ,have something you might want,tim
red mail Mary Wathen nee Smith - Minchinhampton
I'm looking for the baptism and the marriage of Mary Smith, born circa 1810 in Hyde, Minchinhampton... she married James Wathen (born circa 1809 in Bristol) at some point before 1831, possibly in the Minchinhampton area and they had several children all born in Gloucestershire (Minchinhampton, Horsley, Nailsworth). Any help on Mary or James would be appreciated

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