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red mail William and Sarah Willetts
Appreciate any information on William and Sarah Willetts 1690 Areley Kings, sons samson and selby. Neil.
red mail Jacksons of Walshes Farm, Areley Kings, which is now the Old Beams pub
Thomas Jackson was a farmer at Walshes Farm by 1881 until at least 1901, with his second wife Mary (maiden name unknown). Thomas died 2 Feb 1906 at Holly Villa, Areley Kings, age 76; his wife died a few months later, both buried in Areley Kings. I am interested to know more of the history of the farm/pub. In 1911 the occupant was Herbert Richard Pheysey. A lot of Walshes Farm land was sold to Stourport Council by the 1950s for housing estate. The farmhouse was Grade II listed prior to 1971 as Walshes Farm, and re-listed Nov 1971 as Old Beams Public House (though some locals say it opened as a pub in the 1980s). Thomas Jacksons eldest son John Hollingsworth Jackson farmed at Sturt Farm by 1881 until at least 1921. He is listed in directories as cider maker, clerk to parish council, income tax collector; in a 1921 directory as JP, The Briars, Vernon Rd, Stourport. His first wife Jane Gregory Mantle died Feb 1920, he Mar 1931, his 2nd wife Amy (maiden name unknown) Dec 1943, all buried at Areley Kings. I have also found an 1879 directory entry for Thomas Jackson at Beamans Farm  can anyone help on this? In 1871 he was farming in Abberley at Pool House Farm. Many thanks for any info or leads.
red mail Kenwricks/Kendricks
We're looking for any info on Richard Kenwrick, b.1817. He and his wife Elizabeth moved to Areley Kings where most of their children were born: Thomas (b.1846), William (b.1848), Mary (b.1850) and Robert Harvey (known as Harry b.1855) my great grandfather. We are unable to find anything about Richard, apart from that he was born in Pershore and he is listed in the 1861 census as a butcher. In 1851 the family was living in Lower Mitton, and family name is spelled both as "Kenwrick" and "Kendrick"
red mail the windmill
I am looking for any information re the Windmill Areley kings. I believe that the Daw family resided there in the 1800's,William daw being a Miller in 1871. Any info re the above would be gratefully received.
red mail Areley Kings
Seeking information about E.A broome of Areley Court, Areley Kings. Listed in 1901 census as a worsted manufacturer employing 350 men. Asaph Simmonds was his coachman from about 1904. Information about both families sought
red mail Areley Kings Brickyard
I am trying to find out the history of the Brickyard and the Brickyard cottages prior to 1930. Any information would be most appreciated.
red mail Bowen
Looking for information about Leonard Bowen dob apprx 1854 who married Eliza dob 1866. They had 6 children, Edith 1887, William 1899, Charles 1891, Thomas 1891(who went on to marry Mary Parry 1882) Joseph 1894, Athur 1891 and Stanley 1900. Thanks

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