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red mail Elizabeth Edwards/Elizabeth Morris
Hi, I'm researching my ggg grandmother who was born here about 1815,and married Joseph Morris from Herefordshire in Presteigne in 1844. I'd be grateful if anyone has any information about her family.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2017
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red mail watkins labourer/farmer
Born 1836 in Cascob Radnorshire,Family owned a farm i believe.He moved to Westbrom Father went on holiday there in his youth.I have some documents of the farm deeds now defunct.Last time I went there, found graves of the watkins family, but that was over30 years ago.Have traced relatives up to grandfather and grand mother.
red mail Dunn Family Presteigne
I am searching for Edward Dunn born or bap around 1805-1810 also William Dunn his father
red mail Dr Paul M Chapman
I have been researching my family history for over twenty years following the trail through Africa, India, France and finally to the UK and Wales. I am hoping someone in your area would be able to provide any information on a Dr Paul M Chapman (B1852-D1932) and his wife Alice E Chapman (B1862-D?). I believe Alice E Chapman was born somewhere near Cascob, Radnorshire. Unfortunately I do not know what her maiden name was. I know that they had three sons, one of them (named for my great grand father) died at Suvla Bay in 1915. I believe his name was Philip Evershed Chapman. I have discovered that Dr Paul M Chapman was my great grandfather's brother (Philip Chapman B1844-D1889). My great grand father (Philip) traveled to South Africa in 1878 and had two children there ( Mary(B1880-1966) & Francis (1882-1938)). Unfortunately in April 1889 he took ill and returned to England and died in October 1889 at his brothers (Paul) residence/surgery at "1 St Johns St Hereford". All of Philip's descendents are from his son, Francis. His daughter had no children. I Hope these snippets may trigger some memories. Thank you for your time. Keran, Australia.

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