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red mail Turner family
William Turner/Turnour was born in Stoke Lacy in 1796 he was a shoe maker. His wife was Ann born in 1806 in Weston Beggard. They are my 4th great grandparents. I thought his wife may have been a Bayliss but now am not so sure. Any info or help with Ann's maiden name and parents or Williams parents will be very much appreciated.
GARRETT in Stoke Lacy - early 20th century
My GARRETT family lived in Stoke Lacy in the early 20th century - the parents were Thomas and Jessie GARRETT, and the children were Tom, Jack (John), Winifred, Ted (Edwin, Arthur and Dick (Richard). Winifred lived in the village until the 1980s under her married name of CROOK. Dick was a long-serving member of the Herefordshire Constabulary and a keen amateur cricketer. Tom was for many years a postman in and around the village. Any contact welcome.
red mail Sarah Baynham
My Sarah Baynham married Joseph Powis in Stoke Lacy in September 1848. However, their marriage certificate has her father's name as Joseph Sutton. Plus, she and Joseph have her mother living with them in 1871, and she's down as Elizabeth Lines. Anyone know why the surnames are different?
red mail POWIS of Stoke Lacy
My Joseph POWIS married Sarah BAYNHAM Stoke Lacy in 1848. Anyone researching the above families in surrounding areas such as Avenbury,I'd love to hear from you. John was supposedly born abt 1814 in Acton Beachamp but haven't found birth as yet.
red mail Poyner (Emily) Mary Jane
Born abt1851 in Stoke Lacy, or Avenbury, father William born Little Cowarne, mother Martha,born Castle Frome. 1871 census shows them at Linton, Her. MJP at 20 yrs old. Any info please. Dave
My earliest ancestor John Gurney married Margaret Nutt in Stoke Lacy in 1673,by licence.So far John's birth has eluded me.The records for this period for Stoke Lacy are pretty sketchy.I have visited the village several times and it remains as beautiful as ever.
red mail Stoke Lacy
Stoke Lacy is a village on A465 10 miles North of Hereford and 4 miles South of Bromyard. It has a long and exciting history.

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