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red mail Thomas Wells, daughter Lavinia
Born in Upton St Leonards, Gloucester. Citizen and clothworker. In 1851 was at Phemice farm in Bookham. He was a farmer of 300 acres , unmarried with a shepherd, a milkman and 2 house servants. Lavinia was married by then. In 1861 he was still there and married to Elizabeth and had an unmarried daughter in law (?stepdaughter) called Sarah Holdsworth living with them.There were also two ploughboys and a 12 year old servant girl. In 1871 was in the parish of Holmwood in Dorking as a farmer of 164 acres employing 5 men and 4 boys. He is living with his wife, Elizabeth and a servant. In 1881 aged 72 he was still married but staying with his brother, James, at his farm, Elmbridge court in Churchdown, Gloucestershire. Elizabeth is at Harrow Road West with Mary Holdsworth who is described here as her niece and two visitors, Francis and Jane Saunders. he is a builder. In 1891 he was back in Dorking, in Manor Road West, living on his own means and a retired farmer.He has 2 female servants with the same surname.
red mail Thomas Milton
Looking for info on Thomas Milton b 1803 in Upton St Leonards
red mail Miltons in St Leonards Upton
Researching the surname Milton including those who went to Wales and then to Victoria (1876) and finally to Western Australia in 1901 . All from Upton St Leonards .
red mail Perry
I'm descended from John Perry Jr of Upton St Leonards b: 16 Mar 1728 who married Mary Gabb. Children - Joan Mary, Hester, John, Joseph, Ann, Sarah & Diniah. John married Mary Dubb and had children John, Thomas, Henry, Richard, Febe & Ann. I'm descended from Richard who moved to Forest of Dean, Little Dean where he is shown in 1851 census as an Iron Miner. Richard's son Thomas was my Great Grandfather and he took his family to Castleford, Yorkshire about 1880 to work in the Yorkshire coal mines.
red mail Perry/Marshall/Proctor
Am looking for ELIZA PERRY, b.1826 approx, at Upton St.Leonards. She married MATTHEW MARSHALL. They had six daughters, Elizabeth, Ann, Rachael, Charlotte, Amelia and Lucy. The earliest sighting I have is the 1861 census which showed they all lived in the parish of Lambeth, London. They lived in the London area thereafter, as shown on the 1881 and 1891 census's. Eliza's youngest daughter Lucy Clarice was my Grandmother. Any information about ELIZA would be gratefully appreciated. Marion
red mail Upton St. Leonards Smith's
Hello I am currently conducting genealogical research on my 5th Gr. Grandfather ANTHONY SMITH who I believe migrated to Colonial America from Gloucestershire England in 1751.I have documented the following information and believe this to perhaps be my ancestor. The reference is from the following publication :BONDED PASSENGERS TO AMERICA,VOL.VI-OXFORD CIRCUIT 1663-1775 BY PETER WILSON COLDHAM. The highly condensed entry is as follows: ANTHONY SMITH sentenced to transportation-Lent;Reprieved for transportation ,14yrs.;Transportation bond ,August 1751 from Gloucestershire. A fellow genealogist from England searched various Gloucestershire records and we tend to believe this is the family to which he belongs. In the "Upton parish registers" it lists the following references: William and Mary Smith appear to have had:- Feb. 8th. 1712/13 John July 17th. 1715 Sarah Nov. 23rd. 1717 William Nov. 6th. 1720 Anthony April 14th. 1723 Elizabeth Feb. 6th. 1725/26 Mary Jan. 12th. 1728/29 Robert June 25th. 1732 Thomas (He was buried July 27th. 1736) I am interested in how I might gain any additional info on this family or any other documents or family trees that may aid me in tracing my heredity.Any help on this family would be greatly appreciated! Sincerely,Joseph, USA
red mail WASLEY
I'm looking for ancestors of William Wasley b.1773 Upton St Leonards. He married Elizabeth Harding b.1785. Would be interesting to know if anyone can go back further than 1773.
red mail Perry, Cole, Hannis
John PERRY married Mary COLE 8 December 1722/3 at either Upton St Leonards or Maisemore in Gloucester. One of their daughters, Elizabeth PERRY married William HANNIS 30 May 1751, Upton St Leonards; their daughter Mary HANNIS married Henry DARK/E 26 July 1772, Upton St Leonards; their daughter Sarah DARK/E, christened St Michaels, GLoucester 22 March 1778, and married Andrew SNOWDEN, St John's, Parrammatta, Sydney, NSW, 21 March 1813. Of John and Mary (Cole) PERRY, two other sons are known, namely John (=Mary Gabb), and William (=Sarah Gardiner), all of Upton St Leonards. It is thought that William HANNIS had at least two other brothers and a sister, Mary, John, and Thomas (=Elizabeth Haines), all of Upton St Leonards. Am curious as to thefate of the Perry family, and whether Solomon and Mary HANNIS, listed as the parents of the four Hannis children, had a Jewish connection.
red mail Lusty
John Lusty - Born in 1838, married an Emma Jane Harris and moved to Gloucester. Worked as a Carpenter at Gloucester Waggon Works.
red mail Green, Marden, Whitcomb, Vaughan, reeves, Richardson, Ashmead
Upton St Leonards Gloucestershire Family names from early 1800ís to early 1900ís include Green, Marden, Whitcomb, Vaughan, Reeves and Frank Richardson of St Leonards Well previously of Hereford 1920-1940.

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