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Research (109743)
I am currently researching my family tree.I am looking for any information regarding my father's family,he had 2 brothers David and Andrew Farmer.Their mother was Emily Florence Farmer nee Francis.The boys were placed in what was then named Ivy House workhouse.If anyone has any information I would be very grateful to hear from you.Many thanks.
Bridget Llanwarne 1680 (91784)
I have in my tree a Bridget Llanwarne born c 1680, who married John Slade in Hereford Cathedral.The Slades lived in the Fownhope area for many generations after this. I have no information on the Llanwarne family or of where John Slade originated. Any information would be welcome.
Baskerville (58793)
I would like to contact James Henry Baskerville.He was a school friend of mine.He went to George Dixon Grammar School in the 1940s. his father had a farm in Morton Jefferies in Herefordshire.
baggot (43929)
My GGrandfather Thomas Stead and his Father, also Thomas Stead were both caretaker and gardener for the vicars Choral of Hereford Cathedral. They both lived with their wives in the college (or cloisters) of the Vicars Choral Thomas Stead Snr appointed 3.11.1894. Thomas Stead Jnr took over 31.03.1914 - No idea of Thomas Snrs wifes' name but Thomas Jnr was married to Emma (Griffiths ??) Thomas Jnr was also appointed mace bearer

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