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red mail salters wribbenhall
Looking for more info on the Salter family that resided in Wribbenhall late 1700-early 1800. Jarvis Salter built the Old Waggon & Horses Public House. He was a wheelwright in Wribbenhall and is buried at All saints Church . He also owned the land surrounding the pub.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021
red mail crowther/ bridgett/ lloyd
my great grandmother martha bridgett is buried at church yard no headstone i understand and i have burriasl record, but would there be a record picture of the internment area y hedge i was told, she used to do radio in the war time and her husband william died in the 1920's tenbury wells infirmiry but i would like to know where he is buried?martha was from tenbury she had been a lloyd but we have not known this branh and only lizzie of tarrington and edith of bewdley known of the bridgett bridget line to me i would like to know more as lots more siblings i told but my dad in 80's only has family names like florrie toots so i can not know to them, fred crowther brother did a tree i thank them so much for all thei help and for edwina crowther bewdley for her letters and all, fantastic, i just would like to know if the other siblings relatyives out there nd if they wish contact? all best.
red mail Potter Family
Looking for bapt. John POTTER 1796 given as Wribbenhall on IGI have been searching for several years now but still havent found him. He married Rebecca SKELDON of Pensax in Kidderminster 1821. Also George (b 1870) & Emma POTTER both buried Wribbenhall, George d. 1959 Emma 1950 looking for any decendants (possibly named NICHOLLS)

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