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Thanks for the information, Alice is my Great Aunt formerly Alice Jones, we've finally tracked down where her mum Sarah is buried, we are hopefully going this week, when we are there we may see if we can have a look at the records to see if we can find her buriel, her husband went...
How confusing it all is, is there any chance of pin pointing my 199 Pershore Road down, at all, as I'm taking my mum over that way as we have know found her GT Grandmother resting place, Lodge Hill so we thought we may try and find this would have been my mum's Aunts house. I had a...
I would like to find a map which pinpoints Union Street around the 1900's on. My Great Great Grandfather, William George Jones, Stonemason had a small lock up shop at no 16 Union Street, any help would be greatly appreciated.
William Capper did marry Susan her maiden name was Jones, she was the sister of my Great Great Grandfather Thomas Jones (coastguard), Susan died in at the Bristol Royal Infirmary, I can confirm the date as we have a copy of the death certificate, we believe Sarah and her family, my great...
I am looking for information ot pictures from about the year 1900, my Great Great Grandfather William George Jones, Stonemason looked as though he owned a small lock up shop at 16 Union Street, I have looked up the 1901 and 1911 census and it is just shown as a lock up shop.
HI am searching to find if a William Capper/Jones owned a Monumental Stone Mason Yards in Hope Street from the late 1800's to early 1900's, he also had a son George whom possible carried on the trade.
Any information would be very welcome.