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red mail Chew family
I am looking for information on a William Chew born 1802 in Apperley Gloucester married to Elizabeth Roberts who was born in Winchombe. I know he was a shoemaker and he moved to Birmingham in the 1840's. I am trying to find his parents or any other information about him and his family. As far as I know he had seven children Elizabeth b 1829 William b 1831 Thomas b 1833 Sarah b 1835 James b 1838 Emma b 1841 and Charles b 1843.
red mail Elliott
My grandfather lived in Apperley Glos during the 1920's with his family, including my father Edwin. I believe he was a chauffeur for a local family possibly at Apperley Court/House? Was there a Major Albright in this area?
red mail John Peters
Born 1821, cordwainer, married Amelia Cox in Harborne 1841. Amelia was born in Tirley
red mail PETERS/COX
Interested in any contacts with connections to RICHARD PETERS born Tirley 1801 and JOHN PETERS born Apperley 1821. JOHN married AMELIA COX in 1841. AMELIA was born in Tirley.
red mail Clutterbuck Family
Stephen CLUTTERBUCK and Elizabeth HOBBS married in Hasfield in Nov 1784 had their family in Hasfield/Ashleworth during 1785-1810. One son, James, married (? SURMAN) in Gloucester in Aug 1816 and settled in Deerhurst/Apperley parishes. I am a descendant of William, brother to James (they had a double wedding), who started a 'dynasty' of blacksmiths in Northwood Green (Westbury on Severn) from about 1814 until 1900. My direct ancestor James migrated to New Zealand in 1878. His father and grandfather were both William and both married a BALDWIN woman.

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