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Foster in Hanbury late C19th
My great grandfather Joseph Foster (b. 1851 in Abberton, m. Ann Cole 1870) lived and worked in Hanbury c.1870-1889. In the 1871 and 1881 census he was living with his family at Great Lodge Farm and working as a shepherd. I am looking for information on this family, both ancestors and descendants. I am particularly keen to make contact with descendants of the Foster family as I did not have any information passed down to me from this side of my family. Anna
red mail Reeves/Owen Families - Hanbury
I am looking for any information regarding the Reeves and Owen families of Hanbury, Worcs. Hannah Reeves was born in Hanbury in 1807 and married Samuel Aston. I am looking for information about her parents and other ancestors.
red mail bonaker
I am looking for info re the Bonaker who lives in/around this village during the 16th centuary. Particulary, being of German origion, any info as to what might have brought them there/trades/where buried etc.
red mail Eliza Wormington
Eliza Wormington (born 24 Oct 1847 at Bentley Pauncefoot) married Joseph Herdman (25 Dec 1867 at Shelsley Walsh). Her death certificate (22 Aug 1890) is difficult to read but seems to say that she died 'Near Vernon Arms, Hanbury, Worcs.' Can anyone provide any information about the Vernon Arms or shed any light on this enigmatic entry? Greg
red mail Silas Smith
I am looking for connections to Silas Smith born in Hanbury c1811. He married Mary Ann Morris from Welford on Avon, Glos. Any help would be much appreciated.
red mail wyatt family - Hanbury/Feckenham
I believe that William Wyatt may have been born in HANBURY around 1791. I believe he is the brother of Joseph Wyatt who later farmed at nearby Berrow Hill, Feckenham. Joseph's son Thomas farmed at Hanbury and had servants and a governess. Any information on the Wyatt family welcome.
red mail Clement Lucas Of Feckenham Park, Hanbury
Is Feckenham Park a place or a house? I have a lot of information on the Lucas family from this area from 1700. Happy to share if anyone is looking.

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