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Edwards / Ward Family
I am researching the Edwards family from Royston. My relative Henry L Edwards migrated to Australia in 1843. I believe that his parents Tobias Henry Edwards and Martha Ward. I have not been able to find any family beyond this. If you have any information relative to the Edwards or Ward family from Royston or surrounding villages please contact me. Thanks
I am trying to find details of a farm in Royston, Herts with a connection to the name CHERRY. I'm uncertain as to whether this farm was owned by the CHERRY family or whether it was simply called CHERRY FARM..... (Sorry No Dates).
red mail Dick Williamson born 1894
Any info on Dick Williamson born in the year 1894 would be appreciated. I know he was born in Barnet, yet for some reason, at a pre-teens age he's living with relatives in Royston, Herts. I can't seem to find any concrete evidence of his parentage (mother or father). Any clues, I'd love to hear from you. :-)
red mail Royston Post Ofice
I am trying to find out about the gentleman who oversaw the building of Royston Post Office in the 1930s his name was John Aitken Marlyn
red mail Emily Robinson of Royston
Seeking info linked to 77 Queens Rd. Royston and Emily Robinson (1870-1927) who was there circa 1901 with family before going to Caterham and marrying John Donovan in 1906.
DAY, Rebecca
Looking for Rebecca Day, schoolmistress, b.1808, and who later married Joseph Clark, miller.
red mail HELP
Looking for any info at all onSidney Arthur PAWSON of Royston.He was a watch and clockmaker.Born around 1900.
red mail Pamela Margaret Green
does anyone have information on this lady please I believe she was a daughter of Albert Sidney Hale.of Roston
red mail Williams/Dean London/Beds/Herts
I am reaerching William John Williams from Bangor who married Elizabeth Robinson Dean who was from Luton, Beds. Family had butchers shop on Church Street and another shop on accent street. They had at least 5 children Catherine, William David, Llewellyn, Frank Alwyn, & Gladys. William John remarried a Miss King from Dunstable/Luton way after Elizabeth died.
red mail Greenhill, Royston
I am looking at my family history and am interested in my grandfathers family, ancestors/ descendants of Harry and Minnie Greenhill. My father was born at 1 London Road, Royston. There are one or two gaps that I need filling in, can anyone help? Thanks REP
I am searching for details of Isaac Rallings, wheelright who was living in Royston between 1834 and 1841. He married Ann Cain/Cane of Elmdon. His son Gabriel Stammers came to Australia, and his son Alfred was my Grandfather
red mail Thomas POTTER and Eliza ?
I have a Thomas POTTER who married Eliza ? . They had their first son, Thomas Robinson POTTER in 1857, after which they returned to Devon where they had 3 more children (Harper, Mary Jane, and William). Around 1866 they returned to Royston where they had 4 more children(Alfred Samuel, Selina, Harry and Emily.) I am looking for an Eliza ? (Potential Robinson or Pryor as both were born in Royston in 1833-34.) Does anyone out there have these names in their tree?
red mail Greenhill's of Royston
My Gt Grandfather was Harry GREENHILL who lived and worked in his dairy at 1 London Road at the junction of Sun Hill with his wife Minnie Jeanette NEWELL. I'm looking for more information about his parents Joseph GREENHILL and Sarah Elizabeth BLOWS. Joseph died around 1890 and Sarah died around 1900. Can you help with any information on any of these people? Thx Dave
red mail Thurley
I am researching Edward Thurley, born about 1840, living in St. George Hanover Square, Middlesex after 1865. In the 1871 Census his birthplace was given as 'Royton CAM' Does anyone know of this individual or his family?
Seeking details of Cecil Darlow born c1895 in Cambridgeshire and living Royston. Served WW1 in the Bedfordshire Yeomanry and Machine Gun Corps
the above lady was my great grandmother born in 1845 in Royston - her parents are shown as William Docwra and Ann Docwra nee Duhig, Ann (the daughter) is shown on her wedding certificate as a servant when she married James Smith in 1867 in the parish of Alpenden. Can anyone throw any light on this please or link up with anything they may have in their family tree many thanks maureen
red mail Wallen Family
I'm theGreat Grandson of Henry James Wallen & Sarah Wallen(nee Holt) Henry James & Sarah had 4 children, James, Joseph, Hannah & Fred. All born in or near Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire. I'm looking for any information on Henry James & Sarah, where & when they were born, who their parents were and even their grandparents etc. Also info on my uncle Peter john Knill WALLEN, son of Joseph & my Great Aunt Hannah, daughter of Henry James.
red mail Law Family
I am looking for my family links in Royston. I have John (C.1725) and through to Benjamin (1855) but so far very little else. They seem to have been masons and marble masons
I am looking for decendants of Franklin Halstead who moved from Carlisle to Royston in the late 1890s He had 3 children that I know of John Edward Cynthia Dora and Angus Harding all Halstead. I know the parish church was John the Baptist.
Wilsons of Royston
I am interested in Wilsons from the Royston, Hertfordshire area. My mother-in-laws family were Wheelwrights and were quite a prominent family in Royston. William Wilson married Sarah Sell in Litlington, Cambridgeshire in 1809. He was a publican in Royston, Herts. Also interested in Darlow, Yarrel as well as Sell in the same area.
red mail Hankin Family of Royston
Hankins in surrounding vilages,Rushden,Bassingbourn etc
red mail Wilson family of Royston
The Wilson wheelwrights come into the Hunter family in 1877 when William Hunter married Sarah Wilson.
red mail Wilson family of Royston
My ancestor Sarah Wilson who was married to my great grand-father William Hunter, was from the Wilson family of Royston who were wheelwrights. One of her brothers was called Luther Wilson. Her grand-mother kept a small pub.
red mail Smith And Holland
I am researching Mary Jane and George Smith and their family in Royston. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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