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John HANMAN (married 1803)
I am looking for information about the origins of John HANMAN who married Susannah WESTON at St Martin, Worcester on 08 May 1803. Thank you.
red mail Chamberlain Robert
1851 census Worcester Bromwich Lane Robert Chamberlain age 22, married. China Manufacturer employed by Father. Wife -Louisa age 24, daughter -Mary age 2, Daught-Louisa age 1. 2 servants Mary Stephenson, age 14. Anne Middleton age 22. Robert also appears on 1841 census with his father Walter Chamberlain age 40/44 Living at London Road, St Peter Worcester. Also with mother Mary age 30/34 Sister -Susan age 14, sister Fanny age 8, brother -Harvey age 6, sister -Emma age 3, brother Walter age 0. Robert's age given as 13. Mary was nee Hewitt ( mother of Robert )
red mail Preece family
Thomas and Annie Preece moved from Stoke Edith to run the Star Tap in the Upper Butts (Farrier Street) in the 1870's. Thomas died in 1881 and their two youngest sons eventually ran businesses in the city - Edgar James ran the Reindeer Inn in Mealcheapen Street and associated livery stables in the Butts; Albert Ambrose ran Sigley's china store in the Market Hall and at 96 High Street (now Fat face clothes!) Albert was married to Sarah Sigley, neice of the sweet manufacturer, in the June quarter of 1899. She died in 1904. I have more research to do yet, but would be interested to hear from anyone who has more info.
red mail Wyatt family of Worcester
My great great grandparents Ellen wyatt nee badham and Alfred wyatt lived at 18 Vincent rd Worcester with there children, George, Alfred, Ellen Emma Gertrude and Sidney, Emma was my great grandmother and married Thomas Collins, Sidney died in 1918 in France in the war, Gertrude moved to Cardiff then to Huddersfield Ellen died as a child Emma moved around with her family of 6 children and George lived in Worcester if anyone is related to the wyatt family and can help with my research please get in touch
Padmore's in Worcester
I'm looking for a certain Thomas Padmore who got my paternal 3rd great grandmother, Hannah Lawrence (formerly Blount) pregnant in 1835, her husband John Lawrence only being deceased some 2 years previously. The subsequent child being illegitimate was 'adopted' by Hannah and brought up as a Lawrence, albeit in truth a Padmore. Can anyone help please? Thank you in anticipation.
Viking Ancestry via Ydna Test
Since my last entry with information regarding my Williams ancestors I have been tested by a Ydna company.I felt certain the results would show that I would be of Celtic ancestry.Surprisingly they show Norse or Viking ancestry. Please contact me if you are of Cornish ancestry and your family name is Williams for any help with Y dna research. Gerry.
red mail James William Wilding Family
Hello, I'm looking for some help discover both lost and previously unknown family members. Please can any-one, especially local family historians tell anything of the Wilding family in particular family or desendants of James William Wilding born around 1875 in Worcester. His Siblings, Albert Rosina Mary Elizabeth Susanna May ? The wife of James William was Annie Maria (Smith) and his parents were James Wilding and Elizabeth (Deakin) Thanks in advance for information for any names you recognise and their descendants.
red mail Richard Evans
Looking for the parents and siblings of Richard Evans, born 16 Oct 1844, in Worcester, Worcestershire. Do not have a middle name. Found a Richard Evans in the 1851 census, 7 years old, again in the 1861 census, 17 years old and also in the 1871 census, 27 years old. . However, my records indicate that he immigrated to the USA, Belleville, St. Clair, Illinois in 1870, which leads me to believe this might not be him in those census. The first two census were from St. Martin Parish, the last from St. Andrew. Any help would be most appreciated. Been looking for this family for many years. Thank you.
Henry Hick Williams-Tinsmith Brazier.
Henry H Williams was my G. Grandfather.He was born in Falmouth,Cornwall.1814. His father Philip Williams died in 1817.Somehow Henry arrived in Worcester and married an Ann Williams in Claines in 1840.They had five children Thomas b.1842, Joseph,b.1845,(My Grandfather)Mary b.1848.Charles,b.1850.Harriet,b1852.Sadly Ann died ,Henry then married in 1855 Elizabeth Dawson.Four more children were Alfred b.1856,Henry b.1858,Sarah Elizabeth b.1862,and Alice b.1865. Joseph Williams married Frances Webb at Little Malvern,1871They emigrated to Brooklyn,USA,Joseph may have worked on the Brooklyn Bridge as he was also a Tinman Brazier.They had three children,John b.1874,Joseph H.and Frances Ann b1880.The family returned to England and settled in Colchester Essex,circa 1881 Two more chidren were born,Edward b.1882 (My father) and Henry Leonard b..1884 The family moved to Newcastle upon Tyne,after a severe earthquake damaged Wivenhoe and Colchester in 1884. It is possible that the family had Williams relatives in the Colchester area. I have traced the family back to the 1700's in and have established that we have Norse/Viking ancestry via Y dna testing.
red mail Andrew Arthur De Vismes
I am looking for the parents of Andrew Arthur De Vismes, born in abt 1847 in Worcester, Worcestershire, England. His father is, we think, Andrew De Vismes who is mentioned, on his marriage certificate to Henrietta Schallehn, as a Gentleman for his occupation. I have found Andrew Arthur De Vismes, in the 1861 Census, as a pupil in 1 Victoria Crescent in St Hellier, Jersey, Channel Islands but I can't find him beyond the 1861 Census. Thanks in advance on behalf of my cousins on my mother's side. Sarah

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