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red mail Phillips family of Brimfield
I am very interested in researching the Phillips family born in Brimfield between 1837 and 1980. Many lived and are buried in the churchyard of St Michaels Brimfield. Some of the family moved to other parts of Herefordshire and Shropshire. I would be grateful for any information of any kind. Thank you
red mail Shepherd/Rawlings
Interested in finding out more about the Shepherd and Rawlings families in Brimfield some of whom were shoemakers
red mail Camp Farm,Brimfield
My mother Muriel Hiscock was born at Camp Farm in 1914. Can anyone tell me if it is still there or whereabouts it was in the area of Brimfield and what sort of farm it was. Thank you.
red mail alfred brown
looking for alfred brown married elizabeth haywood 1907 any information please
red mail Benjamin Nottingham
Like Aaron Bywater (see above), my wife's ancestor Benjamin Nottingham was blacksmith at Brimfield, and he was still there in 1881. His wife was running the business by 1901. Strangely, there was another blacksmith Benjamin Nottingham in Brimfield in 1881. I would like to trace when the Nottinghams moved to Brimfield.
red mail Bywater
My great-great grandfather Aaron Bywater was born here in about 1816-1821.His wife Sophia was also born here around 1827.They probably married here. He seems to have been a blacksmith.Most of their family were born in Dudley.They had moved to Lancashire by the 1881 census.Any further info.?
Croft Farm
Sarah Corbettb. 1820 Brimfield was working as house maid at Croft Farm Brimfield for a farmer John Mason in 1861 does anyone have any info on Croft farm
Corbett Family
Looking for Arnold and Thomas Corbett Lived in Brimfield 1820s The were brothers born in Wigmore Arnold was married to Sarah and Thomas to a Medlicot. Any information please

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