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red mail barnett
Hoping to find details of my 3times great grandfather who owned Cobrey farm in 1830s then immigrated to Australia
red mail Weaver Family
Thomas (born abt 1786 died 1849) and Sarah Weaver (born abt 1790 died 1878) had the following sons, Charles, James, Thomas, William, John and George. George born c1830 married Maria Meek and lived in Cinderford area. Will be pleased to hear from anyone connected to this family
red mail Lane of Herefordshire
My Lane family came from around this area and Weston. Joseph Lane married Ann longford and had at least 7 childrenLane of Herefordshire
red mail Williams family of Marling Pitts, Walford
My WILLIAMS ancestors lived at Marling Pitts on Howle Hill from the late 1700s until around 1890. I would like to amke contact with anyone interested in Marling Pitts -
red mail Marling Pitts, Howle Hill
We live at Marling Pitts, Howle Hill, Walford Parish and have researched the occupancy since 1800 Contact us for further info Also do you have any info as to when the cottages were originally built here and by whom?
red mail Lane Family 1700 - Early 1900
I am reseaching my family who lived in around Walford for a period of 300 years or more. The family have been traced back as far as the 1700's and we are looking to progress further. The family also had very strong like with Goodrich and Howel Hill...
red mail Williams
My WILLIAMS ancestors lived at and near Marling Pitts on Howle Hill from the late 1700s until the late 1800s. I would like to hear from anyone researching the WILLIAMS surname in Walford area.

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