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Offline Grothenwell

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Re: WAGSTAFF, All
« Reply #36 on: Tuesday 08 February 11 13:36 GMT (UK) »
Hello Homerdaddy,

thank you for your post. It is great to hear from a distant cousin. I don't have my records at hand, but I will look when I get home, but I think that he was born in Suckley.

I will send you a PM with my email so that we can communicate directly.

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Re: WAGSTAFF, All
« Reply #37 on: Wednesday 09 February 11 18:23 GMT (UK) »
hi carol_carress i am also very interrested in the family wagstaff /dall.
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Re: WAGSTAFF, All
« Reply #38 on: Wednesday 09 February 11 22:46 GMT (UK) »
Hi

Does anyone have any info  on a Bowler Wagstaff/e...

Thanks

Jane
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Re: WAGSTAFF, All
« Reply #39 on: Saturday 19 May 12 18:16 BST (UK) »
good afternoon.  i have just registered and was wondering if there was any information to get me started on knowing a bit more of the wagstaff lineage in south wales?

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Re: WAGSTAFF, All
« Reply #40 on: Saturday 19 May 12 18:47 BST (UK) »
Anybody descended from Lily Lander Wagstaffe b1884 in Kentish Town? I am very distantly related to her husband, an Ellis.

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Re: WAGSTAFF, All
« Reply #41 on: Saturday 19 May 12 21:47 BST (UK) »
good afternoon.  i have just registered and was wondering if there was any information to get me started on knowing a bit more of the wagstaff lineage in south wales?
Hello Nealninja and welcome to Rootschat!

My Wagstaff family did move to South Wales Ysgwyddgwyn & Bargoed. Unfortunately I don't have much details of them, but I have distant relatives who might be able to help if you have a connection to them?

I'd advise you post details on here of your Wagstaff family, and for more general advice post a new topic on one of the Welsh boards.

Good luck,

Grothenwell

Aberdeenshire; Brechin, Robb, Clark, Hardie, Johnston, Watt, Elmslie, Milne, Harper, Adam, Edmond, Laing, Gibson, Aedie, Jameson, Argo & Doverty.
Booth, Watson, Grothenwell, Ewen, Mackie, Simpson, Piper, Taylor, Davidson, Willox, Chalmers & Gordon
Still, Fraser, Robertson, Burnet &
Lumsden

Banffshire; Cruickshank, Bennet, Broug, Allen, West & Lyal

Caithness; Sutherland

Herefordshire, Worcester, Monmouthshire, Gloucestershire; Wagstaff, Jones & Turner

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Re: WAGSTAFF, All
« Reply #42 on: Monday 21 May 12 22:20 BST (UK) »
Hi Nealninja,
I don't know if the following is of interest to you but the Wagstaffs that I am researching were born in Herefordshire and moved to South Wales.

Thomas Wagstaff born 1835 in Much Cowarne Herefordshire, married Elizabeth Jones in 1860 having 7 children and lived in Herefordshire. She died in 1875 and shortly after Thomas married Maria Cooke having 9 children.

Thomas died in 1898 and in 1901 Maria Wagstaff was living at Ysgwyddgwyn (now called Deri) in South Wales with sons Albert (22), Ernest (17), George (15) and daughters Sarah (21), Annie (13).

In 1911 Maria was living in Bargoed South Wales (not far from Deri) with sons Albert (33), Charles (29), George (24) and Annie (23). Ernest Wagstaff was also living in Bargoed at a different address and married to Ethel with a son Francis Thomas (2).

After 1911 I have not got any further information on these Wagstaffs. My ancestor was a female Wagstaff who married and became a Phelps.

I don't know if these are the Wagstaffs that you are interested in as I am sure that there were many others in different parts of South Wales.
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Homerdaddy

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Re: WAGSTAFF, with midddle name of Bishop
« Reply #43 on: Wednesday 19 March 14 20:19 GMT (UK) »
I have been trying to research the Wagstaffs of Stoke on Trent. I can not get past 1800 but have noticed a lot of the male side have the middle name of Bishop and this is past down the generations.  I have found no one with this surname  so I am wondering where this could have originated from.  Any help with this mystery would be most appreciated.

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Re: WAGSTAFF, All
« Reply #44 on: Monday 16 June 14 14:23 BST (UK) »

When I first posted about the Wastaff Society it was being run by Barbara Kent who produced a marvellous newsletter quarterly. Since Barbara's death the society seems to have closed but copies of the publications have been archived by the LDS.

https://familysearch.org/eng/Library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=titledetails&titleno=390081&disp=Wagstaff

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