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red mail village GP
My grandfather James William Johnstone was the village GP living at Hurst View from 1920. His brother and sister lived there before that date. He moved in with his new wife after their marriage in 1920 and they had 4 children born between 1924 and 1931. He died there in 1942 approx Any information gratefully received Thank you
red mail LLoyd Apperley
Elizabeth Apperley born 1750 who married Edward Clark - their daughter Anne Clark married Major Lloyd in 1792 in Bodenham . I have no details really of Major Lloyd especially parents - any help appreciated and happy to share information on other names
Francis (Frank) BARRINGTON, b Bodenham 1875, married my great-aunt Annie Elizabeth Lewis GARRETT in 1899. In 1901, they were at Hope under Dinmore (her home parish) where he was a woodman, doubtless on the Hampton Court Estate. They had no children. In 1911, they were at Abercrave, Ystradglynais, Glamorgan, and Frank was a domestic gardener. They then had a daughter Ella, born c 1903 at Bodenham, Herefordshire. I cannot find a trace of this child's birth - or anything about her subsequently. Ella was the name of one of Annie's sisters, and I wonder if this child was adopted (informally, of course, at that time as legal adoption had not been introduced). Frank and Annie turn up in Birmingham where Frank was a witness at the (2nd) marriage of Annie's sister Ella GARRETT to Walter John CALDICOTT at Aston in 1916. I found Annie and Frank at 33 Lord St, Birmingham in 1920, in the electoral rolls. I have no further definite information on either them or Ella. Did Ella marry? Where is her birth reg? Can anyone help? Should love to hear from any relations.
red mail NEWTON
Seeking any information on the following GILES NEWTON 1611 wife FRANCIS 1615 Hereford HUMFREY(son of Giles)NEWTON 1637-1710 wife SUSSANA 1629-1720 Bodenham,Hereford BARTHOLOMEW NEWTON 1654(son of Humfrey) of Bodenham,Hereford wife ELIZABETH MERELOW 1661-1727 they married in LYTHE,NORTH YORKSHIRE 2nd April 1684 the family then lived in Lythe for many generations. After most of the family being from Yorkshire and Durham this one was quite a surprise. Thanks
red mail Stokes
Hi. Looking for any information on Emma Stokes and her family. She was born in 1859 in Bodenham, the daughter of James and Elizabeth Stokes. Emma worked as domestic servant in Maederwyn estate in Llanfrynach, Breconshire and married Thomas Davies. She died in 1891 giving birth to her daughter Beatrice Davies.
red mail Elcox, Beaumont/Beaman, Morvan families
I am looking for anyone with any connections to the above family names who all lived in Bodenham and the surrounding area in the 19th and 20th centuries.
red mail James Bethell
Looking for more info on James Bethell,married Eleanor Dolla 1793, had son James 1790, daughter Eleanor 1793. James Sr. had been working in Huntley, Glos. before marriage. Also like more on Dolla from Canon Frome? I have lots on the family history from then on but am stuck at 1790
Mary Holt christened Bodenham 23rd Nov 1800 daughter of Joseph Holt and Susannah. I have not been able to find a Joseph Holt in Bodenham, but I did find a marrige for Joseph Holt and Susanna Dennis at Pencombe in 1797. If anyone knows anything about the Holt family and whether I have found the correct marriage I would love to hear from them.
red mail Fox ,Lowe
Thomas Fox born 1769, an Ag lab. living here with his wife Mary(Lowe)both aged 70 in the 1841 census. having married 1797 at Much Dewchurch. Mary was born 1773 in Leominster. I have traced many of this family in the county and merely place this for record purposes and maybe of interest
red mail Alice Bullock
alice bullock born 1759 married josiah cherry at claines. any info.
Bodenham, Herefordshire
Names: Symonds Simmonds Simons

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