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red mail PICKFORD
Seeking information on the Beauchamp Arms, Worcester Road, Malvern Link, proprietor George Pickford between approximately 1948-72.
red mail MARSH/THOMAS families
Searching for info about Enoch Marsh and/or Jane Thomas who married in Cowleigh, Malvern on 25 December 1909. Enoch was a miner, b 1887 in Dudley, Worcs and previously lived in Sedgley. Jane was b 1888. Don't know how far back Jane had links with the Malvern area and wish to find out if possible.
red mail Anthony Douglas Lewis
I am looking for the above, he was married to a young lady from south wales for few months/years in 1976 and I believe was working in a hotel in the area. I also believe that his aunty had a shop in malvern link. Please please contact me if you have any information. Thank You
red mail St Monica's Home
My father was born at St Monica's Home in 1904, presumably it was a home for un-wed mothers. I would like to know more about the home at that time and a photo is possible.
red mail Roan
Has anyone any information on the Roan family who lived in the Malvern area during the 1800-1900. One of the family had a coal business and another had a milk delivery business. My great grandmother lived at the end of Tanhouse Lane and was formerly a Hunabun, her sister in law was Maud who lived in Interfields. I cannot give any dates because I dont have any. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail fish shop
My GGRandmother had a wet fish shop in Malvern? Links? in around 1899-01 name Maud Stuart(STEWART).Husband John
red mail Ross family (adding some details)
George & Charlotte Ross had four children. George Ross was born about 1873 or 1874 in Derby in Derbyshire in England, Albert Ross was born about 1877 in Derby in Derbyshire in England or in Cheltenham in Gloucestershire in England, Alice Ross was born about 1879 in Derby in Derbyshire in England, and William Ross was born about 1886 in Cheltenham in Gloucestershire in England. The son George Ross who was born 1873/4 married Esther Stockton who was born about 1877 in Oldbury in Worcestershire in England. They married in 1893 in Kidderminster and they had two son's George Ross who was born about 1894 in Kidderminster and Clement Ross who was born about 1898 in Hereford in Herefordshire in England. Again any help would be appreciated. Thanks Alison.
red mail Ross family
Hi there. I am looking for any details of my great great grandmother Charlotte Ross maiden name unknown, who lived in Lodging House Common, Belmont, Malvern Link, England. She was born about 1843 or 1851 in Cork Ireland. She married a George Ross born about 1845 possibly from Christian Malford, Wiltshire, England. They had four children George Ross born about 1873 or 1874, Albert Ross born about 1877, Alice Ross born about 1879, and William Ross born about 1886. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Alison.
red mail Hill Albert William
Researching Albert William Hill, Builder and Licensee of the Anchor Inn Upper Howsell. Any information on his parents and siblings wanted
red mail ben pointer descendants
MT GRANDFATHER - LONGTIME STATION MASTER IN mALVERN WELLS needing info on Dorothy Eva Pointer (my Mum) and her llegitimate child born in late l920s or early 1930s
red mail Burrup/King - Malvern Link
Looking for any information relating to the Burrup and King families who lived in or around Belmont Road Malvern Link in the mid 1800s. The Burrups were originally from Suckley and the Kings probably lived in Pickersleigh Road, Gt Malvern prior to moving Belmont Rd between 1851 and 1861.
red mail Cotterrell
My decendants Great Grandmother Emily Cotterrell owned Malvern village. I have just found out so i am looking for any information. Her husband was called Albert Hartland William Cotterrell. Any inofrmation on Malvern Village or old photos from early 1800's to 1900's
red mail Dent
I am looking for any information on my grandmother, Eleanor Kate Sylvester Dent, or her family. She was the daughter of Mark and Eliza Dent and was born in 1875. Her siblings were Agnes, Frederick, Henry, Alice, Gertude, Henrietta and Arthur. Her married name was Pearce. I would also like to locate and if possible contact any family members.
Henry Jones - Bootmaker
My ancestor Henry Jones (1816 -1899) was a prominent businessman in Malvern Link (so they say) He sat on the local board (council) and was the first person to take the pledge in the Link. He was also a vegatarian. Always looking for anything new about him and business in the Link.
red mail Perry
Joseph & Georgina Perry were married on the 1/6/1898 at Great Malvern. Joseph died 17/3/1923 and is buried in Cefn Golau Cemetery, Tredegar, Gwent. Georgina was born 12/11/1871 at Malvern Link. She died on 7/11/1948 and is buried in Malvern
red mail Perry, Joseph and Georgina
Looking for information on my grandparents who lived at Hornyold avenue, Malvern Link in the early 1900's through to around 1949 when my gran died. Any information will be warmly welcomed. My Mum was married at St Peter's Cowliegh in 1948. I am interested to know where Joseph was born and the wherabouts of any relatives.
My gt grandfather JAMES COTTERELL (1859-1943)re-married in 1939 to FANNY BIRD AXELL, a widow with a son bc1898 WILLIAM BIRD. I would be interested if any descendants of William have any photos of the wedding? It took place at St. Mathias Church
Researching Hemming family of Malvern Link.My great grandfather was Edward Hemming, son of James, born around 1879.I believe James had three other children: George, Ester, and John.
red mail Gwynn
I am seeking any information on the Gwynn surname from this area

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