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red mail Collins family of ombersley
Researching the Collins family of ombersley , my great grandfather Thomas Henry Collins was one of 13 children to Harriet and James Collins , Thomas married Emma Wyatt of Worcester and had 6 children one being my grandmother Beatrice , James was a agricultural worker born around 1840 if any descendants of there children have any information get in touch Harriet's surname was turner and her family lived in the ombersley area
red mail Hulse, James
My great grand father was the school head master at Obmersley, Worcestershire in 1881 census. His wife Ellen is also listed as a teacher. The address in the census suggests that they may have been living in the school residence.
red mail Poyner Family
My great-grandmother Elizabeth Poyner (1850-1910) lived in Ombersley and married Robert Bridgewater in 1870 at Elmbridge Church. Her parents William Poyner and Ann Ellitts married at Ombersley Church on 31st December 1832, i would love to know more about the Poyner family and where in Ombersley they lived Margaret
Oliver of Ombersley
Researching the Oliver family of Ombersley. John Oliver bap 1802 married Susannah Farmer 1829. His father was Richard Oliver bap 1765.John's son William bap 1834 moved to Dudley where he married Hannah Round.
Hello, I'm looking at Goodwins in Smethwick and Walsall originating in Ombersley. George Goodwin born 1831 was born In Ombersley and so to was his father George 1801 he married twice and his second wife Harriet was also born there. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail Kenneth George Turner
i'm trying to locate my father or any relatives. He lived in Ombersley 30 years ago i believe. i think his family come from that area.
red mail Wilson Family
I am looking for information about the Wilson family that lived in or near Ombersley for several generations. George b1784, Abel b1821, Charles b1855. I think the men were Blacksmiths and may have actually lived in Uphampton.
red mail crane family/ombersley
Looking for the Crane family of Ombersley. William Robert Crane born 1834/35 son of Thomas and Ann who married Mary Cotton in Wolverhampton in 1858.Son Frederick William born Dudley 1859. Many thanks.
red mail Turner Family Hadley Road
Looking for more of my relations, I now have Anne Turner, daughter of Samuel Turner and Mary Weston. They lived in Ombersley or Hadley, near the mill. If anyone is looking for this family I have quite a bit of information to share, but would like to contact other siblings of Anne.
red mail William King
My family research has now taken me to Ombersley where William King (b 1852, Upton) lived with wife Margaret Edington (b 1851, Westrather). I know of four children who were all born in Ombersley; Rupert (1882), Beatrice (1884), William (1886) and Francis (1888). Anyone with any connections, links, information, etc it would be great to hear from you. Many thanks.
red mail Richard Amphlett of Ombersley
Interested in hearing from anyone descended from Richard Amphlett of Uphampton, Ombersley (1764-1841). He, and his wife Mary, had 4 daughters: Mary (b.1795); Ann (b.1796); Charlotte (b.1798); Sarah Eliza (b.1807). All four of his sons died tragically young in their early twenties.
red mail Moule-Amphlett Ombersley
Interested in contacting descendants of Joseph Moule (1782-1845) and Charlotte Moule (nee Amphlett) 1798-1868 of Ombersley. Their children were: Joseph Moule (b.1826); Charlotte (b.1827); Ann Sarah (b.1830); John (b. 1833); Richard Amphlett (Moule)(b. 1836) & William (b.1841).
red mail Key
Any person with knowledge of the Key family in Ombersley at about 1725? Same branch, I believe, as that at nearby Malvern and Tewkesbury areas. A marriage at Stratford upon Avon is recorded where they are described as "of this Parish"?
SALLY Margaret c. 1651, Ombersley, Worcs
I am researching my partner's family and have become stuck at his 9xggrandmother, Margaret Sally. Margaret was born in Ombersley, Worcs in 1651 and on 15 4 1672 at Martley, Worc. she married Richard Matthews born c.1647. They had at least 3 children, Margaret, Mary and John. If you have any information on this family I would love to hear from you and swap information.
red mail thomas hutton
Information on Thomas Hutton born Ombersley Worcs 24th Jan 1770...Father Richard Mother Mary, also details of Thomas Huttons marriage when aged 18 years, Did he marry Sarah Field of Haselor in 1788 on 30th Dec.............Many thanks for reading this. Leslie
red mail Elizabeth Boughton
Wanted the family details for Elizabeth Boughton bc1814 in Ombersley. She married George Farmer and moved to Bewdley.
red mail Sturges House Ombersley
I am looking for information about my ancesters home Sturges house. They lived there approx. 1821-1835. I believe that it was close to Ripperidge House near to Sytchampton Ombersley then called Sytcham Abbot. Any information would be greatly received
ombersley, worcs
does anyone know when the fisher family came to the village from white ladies aston?
Pardoe and Rimell families
My great grandparents were John Pardoe and Kate Rimell of The Yew Tree, Ombersley. I have a lot of information on this line of Pardoes as well as some of the Rimells. My maiden name is Drury and I have found some Drurys in the Rimell tree, although as they are from my mother's line I don't think they are the same Drurys as mine. However, Drury being an unusual name, I am interested in finding out more. My father's family came from Yorkshire and Nottingham.
red mail Thomas Milner
Thomas Milner was born in Ombersley in 1844. He married in Ombersley a Mary Colley in 1870 the daughter of William Colley (a farmer who died shortly after Mary's birth in 1850) & Sahra Pointer. On his marriage certificate he said that he did not knowwho his father was and we have no record of his mother or of his birth. He died in Ombersley in 1899. He said that he was born in Ombersley. Apparently we were told that the familly were mixed up with the Bests and the Bushes. Does anyone have any information for me.
red mail Ledington
Ombersley is a lovely medieval village 6 miles north of Worcester. Its church is St Andrews and was built in Victotian times. I grew up there and still live only a few miles away. I will try to help anyone who is looking for information about the village.
red mail Collins Thompson
My great grandmother was Emily Collins born approx 1870 married to Charles Thompson. She was born in Ombersley and had a sister Elizabeth who went to Australia. Any information on Ombersley or the Collins would be appreciated

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