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GRIFFITHS in Eardisley, Willersley, Winforton
My 2 x great-grandparents Thomas and Mary GRIFFITHS and their family were living around Eardisley when Thomas tragically died from hypothermia, having got lost finding his way home at night, over the fields, in November 1875, when the Wye was in flood. He is buried in Eardisley Churchyard and his headstone also commemorates his son George GRIFFITHS who was killed fighting in Islandlwana, South Africa, in the Zulu War, in 1879. Any contacts welcomed.
ELEMENT and KEELTY in Eardisley
I have a relative Annie née KEELTY who married John ELEMENT. She and John were living in Eardisley in the 1901 and 1911 censuses, where they had a cycle shop. John was a blacksmith by trade and employed two further blacksmiths in his cycle business by 1911. They had two sons - John Edward, b 1901, and Vincent, b 1902. Annie's parents James P and Elizabeth KEELTY also seem to have lived in Eardisley around 1911.
red mail Walker Family
I am looking for information concerning Dorman Walker of Earisley, Herefordshire. Dorman Walker was born or christened Feb. 6th 1669 in Earisley. His parents are listed as Dorman and Isabell or Isabella. Any information on Dorman or other Walker families from this time period would be appreciated.
red mail Llewellyn / Llewellin families of Eardisley
I have plenty of information to share on the Llewellyn / Llewellin families of Eardisley. One lot were Blacksmiths and the others ran the general store from mid 1850's.
red mail Williams trophy
I am from Australia. I was going through some belongs of my Grandmother & found an item which is a sort of trophy/cup. It has engraved on it, "Eardisley Ploughing Match. Class Farmers Sons. Won by William Williams Nov 12th 1891. I have know idea of the family connection, I am just after any info about this item & if any relatives are still in this area.
red mail Price Family
I'm researching the Price family most of them were born in or around Eardisley, Thomas Price was a blacksmith and he and his wife Anne ran the Oak pub in Hope Under Dinmore up until Anne's death in 1884. Thomas's fathers name was John but that is all I know about him, I think Anne was his second wife but havn't been able to trace him prior to 1851. Any help would be appreciated
red mail Beavan
Is anyone else researching this family? - Thomas & Priscilla Beavan who lived at Woodeaves, Eardisley from about 1820 - 1860, they had several children - William, Louisa, Priscilla, Anne, Joanna, Thomas, Fanny. I have some information on them but would love to compare with other people's research
red mail Hales/Price
Looking for a marriage between Thomas Hales (24 yrs old in 1881) and Catherine Fanny Price (22yrs old in 1881) They had a daughter Eva Louisa,(birth surname PRICE) and a son William Thomas (b 1880 surname HALES)Thomas Hales died in 1881, and Catherine died in 1886. On the 1881Census Eva Louisa's listed a Hales, but on the 1891 Census,she is listed as a Price! William Thomas Hales, her brother is at the Workhouse,Eardisley. Can anyone help? Thanks
red mail Chance, Griffiths
Thomas Chance married Frances Griffiths in 1865,they lived in Eardisley in Herefordshire. The first child I can find by the census is born in 1870, this seems a bit late for a first child, does anyone know if there are others?
red mail William Bigglestone
I am trying to find birth details of my great grandfather, William Bigglestone. He was born in Eardisley but the year is unclear - on his marraige certificate in 1881 his age was stated to be 36 but in the 1881 census when he was living in Chappel Allerton, York, his birth date was given as <1852>. I haven't been able to find him online and cannot find him in either the 1851 or 1861 censuses. His marraige certificate gives his father's name as John. This has been a brick wall for a few years now and so I would be grateful for any help. Thank you
red mail Davies
In the 1881 census Edwin and Elizabeth DAVIES are shown as married with 4 children - Elenor DAVIES born about 1873, Jane Ann DAVIES born about 1875, Henry John DAVIES born about 1878 (this is my grandfather who married Emily Agnes Lewis of Penybont Radnorhsire), James Edwin born about 1879 and Albert George one month old. When the census was taken Edwin and Elizabeth DAVIES were listed as living at Dukes Street Eardisley. I am living in Australia and am interested in gaining more information about any of these people and especially tracing Elizabeth DAVIES' maiden name. Thankyou.
red mail Mary Bengough
I am looking for information for Mary Bengough born 1778 who married Charles White. They had a daughter Mary Anne born in Essex but the family returned to the area because they are registered in Bredwardine in 1851 census.
red mail George Richards b 1 March 1775
George Richards bap Eardisley 1/3/1775 s of George and Ann. He married Lydia Price in Clifford in 1796, d of John and Martha Price. Trying to trace their parents and ancestors details.
red mail Davies and Lewis
In the 1881 Edwin and Elizabeth Davies are shown as married with 4 children - Elenor Davies born about 1873, Jane Ann born about 1875, Henry John Davies born about 1878 (my grandfather who maried Emily Agnes Lewis of Penybont Radnorshire), James Edwin born about 1879 and Albert George one month old. When the Census was taken Edwin and Elizabeth were listed as living at Dukes Street Eardisley. I am interested in gaining more information about any of these people and including Elizabeth Davies maiden name.
red mail Edward Wall
Looking for any further information on the names listed below      Edward WALL B. 1801 of Eardisley Herefordshire , Farmer - married by licence at Lyonshall on 14 Feb 1820. Both bride and groom signed the register and the witnesses were Edward Thomas & Mary Thomas. Elizabeth WALL (neeThomas) of Woolton aged 80 years was buried on 12 Aug 1875. Woolton otherwise Wooton is near to Eardisley. Residence The Parsonage Eardisley Elizabeth THOMAS b. at Lyonshall 1795 Edward & Elizabeth had the following children  1. Edward WALL Farm Labourer was born in 1821-  2. Elizabeth WALL born 1822   3. Robert WALL born 1824  4. Sarah WALL born 1826 5. Richard WALL born 7 Jun 1827 - lived 4 days buried 11 Jun 1827 6. Ann WALL born 1828 - Anne was listed in the 1851 Census as a house Servant living at 2 Old Court (next door to the Vicarage of the Vicar of Bredwardine - a Newton D.Newton. The Vicar had one daughter Julia Newton and eight house servants ) and she worked for the Benjamin Parry, (a Farmer's household). Living at No 3 was a James Bennett , Head of the Household who farmed 234 acres and employed 6 labourers. Also in that household the Curate of Bredwardine Rev W.H.C.Meriwether was a boarder.    7. Richard WALL born 1829 . 8. Diana WALL born 1831 9. Thomas WALL born 1834 10. Mary WALL born 1835  I have almost the entire line and descendants of Edward Wall & Mary Anne BALL who came to South Australia on the 'Mary Shepherd' in 1863 and would now like to see how much more information about the remaining members of the family in the UK.
red mail Parsonage Farm Eardisley
Can anyone enlighten me on the past and present useage of the Parsonage Farm at Eardisley. My GGG Grandfather was born in 1801 married an Elizabeth Thomas and was listed as a farner in several censuses and resided at the Parsonage
red mail Edward WALL
The details I gave before about Edward WALL of Eardisley weren't quite right- Have broken thru or jumped over one of the brick walls and can now report- I had the right Edward but not the right wife. The Edward Wall born 1821 was the son believe it or not of Edward Wall who married Elizabeth ??? . They were both born at the parsonage. In turn Edward had a son Edward who had a son Edward ( and also a John Wall (from whom I am descended) John by the way reintroduced the Edward but also added a John to it as well so there was a son Edward John who had a son Edward John. Edward 2 married Mary Ann BALL and not Mary Ann Norgrove. Would be nice to know just what is happening at the Parsonage in the 21st Century and perhaps when it ceased to be a parsonage, or how long that particular area has been farmed. Edward 2 was married at Presteigne sometime before he and his family set sail for the land down under
red mail Edward Wall born Eardisley abt 1821
Married Mary Ann Norgrove and they had 4 Children Mary Ann WALL was born 26th May 1845 John Wall was born 17th August 1847 Edward WALL was born 15th April 1850 and Thomas WALL born about 1852 . I'd appreciate if anyone could give me more info about Edward and Mary Ann. I have a pretty well complete downline from John & Edward nothing at all about the first child Mary Ann and Thomas died at an early age . They emigrated to Australia
red mail thomas evans
My great grandfather Thomas Evans lived in Eardisley circa 1881. The address was 93 Green lane. Would be grateful for any information
My Gt. Grandfather was THOMAS DAVIES born 1840 in Castle Froome. He married ZILLAH PRICE born 1841? They had 8 children all born in either Ashperton or Bosbury. WILLIAM THOMAS DAVIES was my Grandfather,born 1870, have found out from a marriage Cert. that my Gt. Gt. Grandfather was JONATHAN DAVIS (no 'E') and my Gt. Grandmother's parents were JOHN & ELIZABETH PRICE. I have the names and d.o.b of the 8 children, have a small amount of info. on 4 of them. Anne's married name was HIAMS, they moved to Martley Worcester. Rosa (known as Lill) married CHARLES JONES, they emigrated to Canada. Bertha never married, also emmigrated to Canada and lived with Rosa & Charles. William was my Grandfather, married CLARA TOMBS they lived in Martley Worcester which is where my father GILBERT CHARLES DAVIES was born in 1902. CLARA TOMBS was the village Midwife. Can anybody fill in any gaps for me please?
red mail East Family
i have managed to trace my family back to Eardisley as far as Thomas East his trade was a boot and shoe maker, i was just wondering if anyone knows anything about the history of my family,if so i would like to know thanks
red mail Greenly Family
Interested in any details for the GREENLY family in Eardisley

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