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Looking for the families (parents, grandparents NOT children) of William HILL and Sarah ETHERIDGE who were married in Whichford in April 1797. They are both on the 1851 census in Upton on Severn, both aged 79 and both say their place of birth was Stourton, Warwickshire. I have been unable to find their baptism in any nearby parishes around the years 1770-1775.
red mail Charles Atkins
The above ancestor died in 1859 at Whichford, address, A Cottage. Charles was born in 1775 at Sedgeberrow. He married Ann (unknown) from Sutton under Brailes where their son, Richard was born in 1829 Does anyone know of any Atkins in the area, I would like to take my research back even further if possible Lynda
red mail Whichford
Looking for information on Herbert Hall b. 1873 Mickleton m.Ada Field 1909 lived in Whichford. Son Edward Victor Hall b. 1909
Seeking info on Thomas WELLES son/Robert and Alice, bn 1590. In 1615 mr Alice TOMES dau John TOMES and Ellen GUNNE.
Seeking information on William Walker, born c. 1823 Whichford and his second wife, Elizabeth Carter, born Whichford 1839.
red mail WHEELER
I am searching for info on my grandfathers brother, Benjamin Wheeler born Pattingham Staffs. 17-06-1889 and was buried at St Michaels Church Whichford 12-05-1972. He married Ethel May Holder of Gloucester- 09-1910. They had children, Leonard Edward, Miriam Maude (Betteridge), Doris (Bradley) and Phyllis (Hitchman)
red mail MATTHEWS
Emmets Matthews, b.about 1801, wife Eliza b. about 1808, lived in whichford all their lives. Emmets died 1875. His son THOMAS married Emma Moore of Cambridge in 1865 in Islington, where he died 1879.Thomas & Emma's daughter Annie Eliza Matthews wasmy paternal grandmother.

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