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red mail JEPHSON
A Martha Jephson born 1835 married my gtgtgt uncle Samuel Barton. On the 1881 census she says she was born in Cheltenham. I have assumed until now that it was in Lincs. Maybe it was Cheltenham,Monmouthshire. I have been unable to trace her even with this new information and wonder if anyone is able to help me please?Many thanks
red mail EVANS
I am looking for Edith Ellen MOSS who married a Mr Evans. I have no idea what his christian name is as she still has me trying to locate her. Edith was a nurse and moved out of Leominster where she lived. In my great grandmother's funeral notice in 1916 she was living in Malvern.
red mail williams
I am searching for Annie Lavinia Moss who married Albert Edward Williams in 1907 at Leominster. I am trying to find out anything about her and their family. Thomas was a Singleman by trade. In the newspaper clipping of my great grandmother's funeral in 1916 she was living in Merthyr.
red mail JONES
I am looking for Agnes Moss who married James Jones in 1896 who was a Baker. I have no record of anything about her or her family. They married in Leominster and in my great grandmother's funeral notice in 1916 she was living in Leominster.
I am looking for Ann Lavinia Harding who married a George Cecil Harding in 1905 at Leominster. Ann's maiden name was Moss. I am unable to find anything about her or their family. I am also looking for Mary Ann Crumpton who married Thomas Crumpton in 1880 who married in Leominster, again unable to find anything about her or their family. Both of these girls are sisters and in 1916 at their mother's funeral in the newspaper clipping it showed they lived in Cheltenham. As their parents came from Monmouth, I assume this must be where to look.

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