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red mail Hopkins of Whitchurch Herefordshire
Looking for any links in Whitchurch Herefordshire with Hopkins
red mail Pritchard, David
I am looking for birth/baptism information for David Pritchard a Shoemaker born in Whitchurch about 1805, who later married Mary Byard in Newland on 24.05.1832.
red mail Spencer family
My wife's family lived at or near Whitchurch between 1851 to 1881. The address from census information is "Boar(s) Castle, Llangarron", but it appears to be next to either Portland House (which is in the centre of Whitchurch) or Tucks Mill in Marstow. Does anyone know where Boars Castle used to be, as it doesn't seem to exist any more? Many thanks Steve
red mail preece and evans
Hi all I have a Susannah Preece (born in Whitchurch) married John Evans (born in Bridstow) in Whitchurch, 23 Dec 1824. They lived in Bridstow and Marstow and had at least four children. Any connections? Happy hunting, Ger
red mail Wilks in Whitchurch
Looking for Wilks families from Whitchurch, Hereford. Some of the names I have are as follows: - Thomas Wilks b1808, d1867, Whitchurch Esther (Hester) Wilks NEE James, n1812, d1881 Whitchurch George Wilks b1835, Whitchurch Charlotte Wilks b1842, Whitchurch Esther Wilks b1835, Whitchurch John Wilks, b1839, Whitchurch Thomas Wilks b1845, Whitchurch
red mail Gardner
Matilda Gardner, b. 09 Aug 1820,near the village of Whitchurch. She was baptised Dec., 1820, Doward Chapel,Herefordshire, England. I am seeking information about her father's first name and mother's maiden name. Her father was b. abt 1791 in England. The International Genealogical Index Record lists his name as Lucas Gardner and the mother's name as Maria. On Matilda's death certificate her father's first name was listed as James. His name is listed as John Gardner on the Brig Plato Passenger list.Matilda and her father arrived in New York October 31, 1829.
red mail Gomery, Gum(m)ery
My GOMERY family, sometimes spelt GUMMERY or GUMERY, moved from Woolhope, HEF to Whitchurch in the late 1700s where they were blacksmiths and agricultural labourers, firstly around Welsh Newton, then Doward, and later near the river Wye at a place called Washings. Would like to make contact with any interested person.

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