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red mail Charles and Mary Harvey
Charles and Mary Harvey according to the 1901 Census had children of nursery age residing with them i.e.William Vickers aged 12 years,James Payne aged 4years and Lily Hipwood 2 years (my mother) and likewise in the 1911 Census although at this stage she is recorded as being Lily May Nunn. If any of their relatives have any knowledge being passed down I would be very pleased to hear from them. Thank you.
red mail Bevan family
Any information on the Bevan families who lived at Wroxeter in the 1800s much appreciated, especially Sarah Jane Bevan who married John Habberley.
red mail Harriet Weatherby & Daniel Whetmath
Harriet (b1822) in Wroxeter married Daniel Whetmath from Gloucestershire in 1850. They travelled to America but returned in 1853 when they had their second child Alice Jane Whetmath. The family returned to America where they had further children and finally settled.
red mail Andrew & Mary Weatherby
Andrew Weatherby b1795 Eaton Constantine married Mary b1805 Wrockwardine about 1822. They had at least five children all born in Wroxeter. Robert b1825, Sarah b1827, Andew b1839, Alice b1841, Henry b1846. Andrew was a Parish Clerk, Shopkeeper and Tax Collector. Alice married Samuel Poulter and they had four children. Louisa Jane b1876 and Elizabeth Alice b1878 both born Wroxeter, and Samuel b1880 Cleverly and William b1883 Atcham.
red mail Keays
E lizabeth Keay wo married richard wood wellings in fist half of the 1800s any Keys or Keays
Elson, Jones
Susannah Jones born circa 1816 Wroxeter married Richard Elson of Cressage and subsequently lived Rushton, Cressage and Wroxeter. Number of Elson children. Also Elizabeth Jones of Wroxeter according to census but not found in parish register, who married James Hughes of Meole Brace where they settled.
red mail blowers who lived in Wroxeter
My great-great grandfather, William Blowers, lived at Lower Longwood, Wroxeter in the mid 1800s. Does anyone have any info as to if he is buried in the local churchyard, or any info at all.
red mail will machin
my grandfather was a railway plate inspector in the 1930!s also i understand my grandmother resided in smethcote and at some time was the landlord of the grove hotel,walcot.information on either would be appreciated

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