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CLARK or CLARKE, John abt 1770
Looking for John Clark born about 1770 and his wife Elizabeth. Both appear to come from Powick. John had a son Joseph Clark who married an Ann Hilliard. I am looking for any details of any siblings of John or his son Joseph and especially John's wife Elizabeth's maiden name. Thank you for the valuable info I have received from people on this site. I am still quite an amateur at this and cannot imagine where you found the details for me.
CLARK - Joseph 1793
CLARK - Joseph 1793 approx - My g g g grandfather. I am trying to find Joseph's wife Ann's maiden surname with no luck at all. His place of Baptism was Powick, They had seven children: - Emma, Alfred, Joseph, Walter, Sarah, Eliza and Harriot. Joseph's father was John Clark and Joseph's mother was Elizabeth - again I cannot find her maiden name. I would be very grateful for any help.
red mail Eyres Family
Searching for James Reuben Eyres who married Maud Marion Smith on 25/9/1906 in Powick, Worcester.
red mail Powick Court
In the 1861 Census my Gt Gt Grandmother was a scholar there. All the pupils appear to be girls. Any information on the establishment would be very much appreciated
red mail Tombs
I am trying to search information a Tombs family in Powick Worchestshire. My convict ancestor was William Tombs born about 1828 who came from there.I believe his parents were George & Charlotte Tombs and some siblings names are Edward, Ann, these were written on his transportation papers. Any help would be appreciated. I am in Australia.
red mail Benbow Family
I am looking for information on a Thomas Benbow born abt 1780, not sure if it is in powick, but he married a Hannah Viner in Powick on the 24 nov 1804 and had 2 children Maria 1805 and Mary 1811.
red mail ANN FOX
All I know about Ann Fox is that her parents were John and Elizabeth, and she was born in Powick in 1816. I think she married George Allen but cannot find out where or when. She is not on any census until 1851 when she was married. Does anyone have any other information please. Brothers or sisters for example. Many thanks Liz
Ann GRANGER - Powick
Ann GRANGER, daughter of Daniel & Sarah GRANGER, married Job DAVIS in 1812 at All SaintsChurch, Bristol. Job was from Great Badminton, Gloucestershire and worked on the Duke of Beaufort's Estate as a Paddock Groom.
red mail Goodyear, Harris
My Gt Grandparents spent the early years of the 2oth Century in Nutcracker Cottage,Powick Any information would be appreciated
red mail John and Polly Baylis
This brother b. 1856 and sister b. 1861 were cousins to a Harriet Coombe nee ? b. 1840. By 1881 these cousins visited Harriet and her 3 children Archie, Fanny and Albert in upton upon severn. Any information would be helpful.
red mail Grave for Eliza Cleveley
Please would some kind person be able to look up Eliza Cleveley DOD Jan. 14, 1922 died in Rusholme, Manchester, but no sign of her there. She was born in Powick and we wonder if she was buried in her home village. Many thanks from Canada
red mail HARRISON Callow End
Looking for information about the Harrison family who lived around the Powick and Callow End area 1915-1950's. Frank Harrison married Alice Bourne who was the daughter of James Bourne and Sarah Jane Calderbank.
According to the parish records a Mary Ann Haycock married a John Woodyatt in 1831. I believe that John Woodyatt's name should have been John Woodward. I found John Woodyatt on the 1841 census living in Dymock with Mary Ann and five of their children. Later I found the same family living in Hanley Castle under the name Woodward (I am 99% sure that it is same family as the ages of John, Mary Ann and all the children correspond, plus it says born in Dymock against the children. If anyone has any info on this family I would love to hear from them. Eveline

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