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Re: Mare and Colt Hartlebury
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 13 March 10 11:39 GMT (UK) »
Thanks Phil  I am now pretty sure the Cooks had nothing to do with the pub just lived in close proximity to it Do you know the Globe though as a Sarah Cook was definitely keeping that one. I am desperately trying to find which of the Sarahs this was
Your local knowledge is and has been a wonderful help Was it a horse breeding/training area?
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Re: Mare and Colt Hartlebury
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 17 March 10 11:59 GMT (UK) »
Hi Trees

I cant recall a pub named the Globe (was this Hartlebury) if so I can ask a cousin who was born at Crossway Green (its part of Hartlebury parish) & has lived there all his life (He was 78 this week) & what he doesnt know about Hartlebury could be put on the back of a stamp.  I shall be going on holiday there in early April till mid May

All the very best

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Worcestershire - Heeks, Maiden, Pinchin, Hartland, Tredwell, Holliday, Morton, Collins, Aldington, Saunders
Oxfordshire - Gomm, Hamblet, Austin, Winter,
Herefordshire - Lowe
Radnor - Lowe, Powell
Gloucestershire - Holliday, Pinchin


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Re: Mare and Colt Hartlebury
« Reply #11 on: Wednesday 17 March 10 12:12 GMT (UK) »
Your local knowledge is a great help many thanks Phil
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Re: Mare and Colt Hartlebury
« Reply #12 on: Wednesday 17 March 10 12:45 GMT (UK) »
Hi Trees

I forgot to say about the horse breeding

There as a very big house that was called "Waresley Court" in the parish & the owner before Lord Hampton was a horse breeder & there were a lot of stables on the property - unfortunately the court was demolished in 1929 & is now a big housing estate.  If you would like a photo of the court I can send you one by e mail, but there is no sign of the stable blocks on it. e mail me at (*)

A lot of gypsies used to live on Hartlebury common many years ago & they may have bred horses but I cant comment further on that as Im not one of them

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Worcestershire - Heeks, Maiden, Pinchin, Hartland, Tredwell, Holliday, Morton, Collins, Aldington, Saunders
Oxfordshire - Gomm, Hamblet, Austin, Winter,
Herefordshire - Lowe
Radnor - Lowe, Powell
Gloucestershire - Holliday, Pinchin

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Re: Mare and Colt Hartlebury
« Reply #13 on: Saturday 20 March 10 12:17 GMT (UK) »
Hi Trees

Ive had a thought, would you like me to look at hartlebury parish registers for you when Im on holiday in APR - if so let me know who you want looked up & a rough date to give me a fair chance

All the very best

Phil
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Worcestershire - Heeks, Maiden, Pinchin, Hartland, Tredwell, Holliday, Morton, Collins, Aldington, Saunders
Oxfordshire - Gomm, Hamblet, Austin, Winter,
Herefordshire - Lowe
Radnor - Lowe, Powell
Gloucestershire - Holliday, Pinchin

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Re: Mare and Colt Hartlebury
« Reply #14 on: Saturday 20 March 10 14:12 GMT (UK) »
 ;D  My Egerton/O'Shea family camped on Hartlebury common.
Beswick, Sladen, Astell, England, Mander, Funge, Neligan, Durden, Osborne (Worcs), Krilovs, Brooks, Wilkins, Markham, Raven, Mycock, Johnson, Woodrow, Perry, Price (Wales),Overton, Rollings, Seeney, Durber, Kirkbright, Charley, Wilkes, Cotton, Holmes, Compton, Brookhouse, Waine, Evans (Mansfield), Gilbert, Price (Bridgend), Mustin (Warks), Wheelhouse. GYPSY: Roberts, Ripley, Beeney, Smith, Egerton, Elliott, Brazil, Hoskins, Boswell.

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Re: Mare and Colt Hartlebury
« Reply #15 on: Tuesday 23 March 10 10:57 GMT (UK) »
Hi Trees

I dont know if they would be in the parish registers for Hartlebury but if you give me a few dates I'll have a shufty for you

All the very best

Phil
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ps I didnt notice that you were also researchin romanies, have you tried the romany site as I beleive that its very good
Worcestershire - Heeks, Maiden, Pinchin, Hartland, Tredwell, Holliday, Morton, Collins, Aldington, Saunders
Oxfordshire - Gomm, Hamblet, Austin, Winter,
Herefordshire - Lowe
Radnor - Lowe, Powell
Gloucestershire - Holliday, Pinchin

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Re: Mare and Colt Hartlebury
« Reply #16 on: Tuesday 23 March 10 12:13 GMT (UK) »
sorry Phil somehow I missed the last posts here that is a very kind offer I'll look through the data and pm you
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Re: Mare and Colt Hartlebury
« Reply #17 on: Tuesday 23 March 10 16:42 GMT (UK) »
Hi Phil, not sure if your last message was talking to me?  I dont like to butt in   ;D   yes Im researching Romanies obsessively, my great grandmother was a Romany fortune teller.  Anyway, in 1904 Sarah/Sally Egerton married into the O'Shea family, they were on Hartlebury common at the time but I cant tell you much else. Her half sister Louisa turned up in Bridgend in 1916 where she married my great-grans brother William Roberts.  Her father was named as a deceased horse dealer John Egerton.  Sarah/sally ran a pub in Malvern Link, Worcs at some point.  Yes I look on the traveller section on here frequently and Romanygenes is good too.
Beswick, Sladen, Astell, England, Mander, Funge, Neligan, Durden, Osborne (Worcs), Krilovs, Brooks, Wilkins, Markham, Raven, Mycock, Johnson, Woodrow, Perry, Price (Wales),Overton, Rollings, Seeney, Durber, Kirkbright, Charley, Wilkes, Cotton, Holmes, Compton, Brookhouse, Waine, Evans (Mansfield), Gilbert, Price (Bridgend), Mustin (Warks), Wheelhouse. GYPSY: Roberts, Ripley, Beeney, Smith, Egerton, Elliott, Brazil, Hoskins, Boswell.