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red mail Chappel of Worle c. 1790s
My ancestor, Giles Foster, worked as an Indoor Servant in Husbandry for a Mr Chappel in Worle in c.Oct 1797 - April 1798. Anyone know anything about the Chappels and/or the village at that time?
Posted: 2005, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
Seeking information on the above family. My great aunt Mary Elizabeth Perkins married Montague William Henry Criddle (from Abertillery)in Worle on 4th May 1907. Please contact me if you think you might have any further info. Many thanks.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2016
red mail BEACHAM ~ 1750
DO you have any information on these BEACHAM familes from Worle? *************** 1744 Dec 12 Richard Beacham & Sarah Morse married by banns at Worle. They have 4 children from 1745 to 1752 baptised at Worle. *************** OR *************** 1753 Nov 12 Edward Beacham & Ann Watts married by banns at Worle. They have 8 children from 1754 to 1769 baptised at Worle. *************** And there is a William Beacham buried at Worle: 1801 Apr 23 William Beacham buried. So we have to assume there is at least one William Beacham born in Worle. We don't know the age of the one buried there though. A visit to the Worle tombstone might answer that by giving dates. *************** Charles
red mail sperring
trying to find any" sperring" worle or lympsham area
red mail Worle/Jellett/Gillett
Trying to find out any information on a Samuel Jellett, Gillett, Jellott, or any other spelling that sounds like this (name passed down by mouth only) who came from 'Rose Cottage' in Worle possibly born around 1880s

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