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red mail Canning
I have traced the Canning family in Offenham back to the 1777 marriage of John Canning and Sarah Ange. They had 4 children, John, Sarah, Michael and Thomas. Michael and Thomas both married and had several children. Any queries about this family, or further information, most welcome.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Spragg
Spragg,Spragge,Sprague tree researched back to 1600 including Admiral Sir Edward Spragge, some of the family moved to London, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2016
red mail ingles family
My ancestors were married at offenham on 29 may 1793. Namely James Ingles to Hannah Evans. They had eight children, seven were boys including twins.I understand they lived for a time at nearby Harvington, later on the family were found at Charlton Kings near Cheltenham. Any history would be appreciated.
red mail Finches of Offenham
Thomas & William Finch were possibly brothers married at Offenham, Worcs.; one was probably my ancestor. Married 1781 and 1774 respectively. Does anyone know of them?
red mail Malin - Offenham
My great grandfather John Malin was born in Offenham in 1854 - he married Susannah from Mickleton in 1876 - they had many children. Lived in several villages and eventually moved to Birmingham. Johns father was Thomas but as yet I have not been able to find his birthplace -

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