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red mail Butt/Palmer
I am researching Eliza Palmer (b. 1831 Edwyn Ralph, Herefordshire), daughter of Elizabeth Palmer (b. 1816, Edwyn Ralph) who married Matthew Butt (b. 1815 Twyning, Glos) on 20 July 1834 in Twyning. I am particularly interested in Eliza's son, William (b. about 1848) who was known as William Butt - probably because he would have grown up with the Butt family. Eliza was believed to have been in service and William was illegitimate. William was my great-grandfather. I'd be delighted to hear from anyone who can help me with my research.
Purser family
I would be keen to hear about the family or families called Purser who lived in Twyning in the late C18 or early C19.
My Gt.Gt. grandfather Terence Thomas Fagan (b.1804) came to Twyning from Co.Down in Northern ireland. He worked as a licenced hawker and would be interested to find out what he might have sold. He married an Elizabeth Hawker in 1851 (her second marriage) and they lived in Newmans Place (poss street) until after 1861 when they moved to Swansea.Any information on the family would be grateful
Passey family
I am interested in finding out about the Passey family or families who lived in Twyning and Strensham from the late C18. I have some information - any more would be gratefully received.
red mail everiss family
my grandmother was lillian everiss she married frederick trafford and lived raised a family in Smethwick she was born in Belbroughton but her families roots were in Twyning where i have 3 generations going back to a thomas everiss b. around 1800 i would like any information for around this time and possibly earlier i understand the root of everiss comes from the norman conquest the name being deveraux and anglicised by a deveraux in gloucester in the 1700,s
red mail Gardiner Family Twyning
I am trying to help a fellow researcher find his family. He has a William Gardiner that he believes to have been born in Twyning c1760 and then moved on to Bisley at some time. He has Williams son down as Michael born c1777. Michael married 24th April 1802 to Sarah in Bisley. Any help on William would be grateful.It is possible he moved to Painswick first. Also, does anybody know what Twyning was like in the 1750's regards Karianne
red mail JEYNES
I am looking for information on Jeynes family, either from Twyning or Castle Morton 1900 and previous. Especially any Millicents b.1882 or thereabouts.
red mail Higford, Brydges
William Higford, born 1654 in Twyning or The Mythe, married Ann Brydges about 1678. He died in 1733. Any information concerning his ancestry or descendants would be most helpful.
red mail Twyning Surnames
I have info about DIX and JEYNES family during the mid-late 19th century and early 20th century, and would like to hear from anyone with connections who could share info.

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