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red mail tierney
francis (frankie)eamon tierney born 14th may 1945 origin belfast divas street / falls road area looking for any relations. fathers name the same mother elizabeth macmanas
red mail Winkworth
Looking for my relations who lived on the Broadway.Trying to piece together my family tree
Davis and Kinsman
Researching family of George Ernest Davis B.1830 in Whitchurch Oxon and his wife Emma Kinsman B.1832 in Shipton Hants. They married in Romsey Abbey in 1852. They had nine children (possibly 10) born in Romsey, Berks and Oxon
red mail BRADBERY
I am seeking information on Thomas Bradbery who was born in DIDCOT, Berks around 1754. He married a Catherine Jackson and they had seven children.
red mail Garlick
Looking for surname Garlick from the town of Didcot Berkshire...specifically a George Garlick. Am at a dead end!
red mail Lesley Morse
Lesley Morse, went to St. Frideswides school in Didcot, best friend of Angela Mowbray now living in New Zealand. Needing help with local research and catching up with!
red mail Skyrme
Martha SKYRME living Didcot 1881. Widow of Nathaniel SKYRME, died abt 1880. 3 children James H.R.(Rowland)11,Ernest 9,(away at boarding scool in Watford)& Mabel 3.She was village schoolteacher, by 1901 Headmistress. She was born Heydon, Essex (nee SUTTON), married in Wales & died in Plymouth. Looking for info/connections esp of Rowland & Mabel.Ernest later known as SCOFIELD, not Skyrme. Also,any memories of Martha as schoolteacher. Probably retired abt 1909.

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