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Re: Thomas Parry Heighway of Clun
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 22 February 14 13:19 GMT (UK) »
 ;D Catherine Isabella HIGHWAY/HIGHAWAY marries I believe John Price in March qtr 1856 Aston 6d 221 cant find them after?

Harriett the other sister dies in Aston aged 48

And where Richard c 1860 and Elizabeth b c 1850 are after 1891 with Thomas P Heighway aged 80 is a puzzle?
Census ref RG12/2085/14/22

Pelly/Pelley/Kingsbury/Challis/Nalder/Rochester/Raydenbow

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Re: Thomas Parry Heighway of Clun
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 08 July 14 00:50 BST (UK) »
Oh my god! Thanks so much guys lol. Since I started this hobby in high school I have always got so much help from message boards I'm always amazed. I will take some time to take a look over this and see if I can expand.

It it is so greatly appreciated as this has been a ancestor that has stumped the hell out of me for a very long time.
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Re: Thomas Parry Heighway of Clun
« Reply #11 on: Sunday 13 March 16 06:44 GMT (UK) »
William and Mary were my great great grandparents (I have a photo of the two of them). I couldn't find any details of Mary's mother. I know her father was Thomas Heighway and, like all her siblings, she had a middle initial F. There was a maid in the house called Martha Francis. Can't find any details of her mother. The is a story in the family that her mother was one of two sisters that came from Europe - possibly Poland or Scandinavia. Interested to speak with anyone who can shed some light.


Hi again, another family member who knew!

Marriage Mary Heighway Francis to William Lloyd March qtr 1870 Clun 6a 827

1871 Census

William Lloyd 26 occ Tailor b Bettws, Shropshire
Mary 23 b Clun
Thomas P H 1 month b Beguildy, Radnorshire
John Evans 13 Nephew occ Tailor b Bettws
Residing at Duthlass Cottage, Beguildy Pennant, Knighton, Radnorshire
Census Ref RG10/5596/77/10

Birth Thomas Parry H Lloyd March qtr 1871 Knighton 11b 162

1881 Census

William Lloyd 36 occ Farmer of 40 acres employing 1 man b Bettws
Mary 33 b Clun
Alfred William 6 b Bettws
Richard Thomas 2 b Bettws
Tilsley 7 months (son) b Bettws
Residing at Episcopal Church House, Bettws, Knighton
Census Ref RG11/5473/20/6

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Re: Thomas Parry Heighway of Clun
« Reply #12 on: Tuesday 22 March 16 11:44 GMT (UK) »
Hello ML,

The email address we have for robindudgeon88, has stopped working.

I have contacted her twice via her facebook but no reply (pages are still being updated so she is still active)

Sorry I can not help further.

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Re: Thomas Parry Heighway of Clun
« Reply #13 on: Saturday 02 April 16 03:38 BST (UK) »
Sorry it's been a while since I've checked back. I got married last year and changed my email address (finally) but I've since updated my profile again with a working address. :)

ML123 I wish I had more information to share with you but they are all new to me. I'll keep plugging along when I've got the time and see what I can find. Here's crossing my fingers.
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Re: Thomas Parry Heighway of Clun
« Reply #14 on: Saturday 02 April 16 05:09 BST (UK) »
Martha FRANCIS Christened 16 April 1815, Bettus, Shropshire
Parents WILLIAM/MARTHA    
Siblings;
ELIZABETH, 4 April 1817
HANNAH, 28 Nov 1819

There are other possible Children to them but not in Bettus, but Clun;
JANE, 12 Feb 1809
ANNE, 30 Dec 1810

Possible Marriage;
William FRANCIS Married Martha HAMAR, 18 Apr 1808, Clun, Shropshire
All on Familysearch.Org

Census Keyboard noted;

1841 Census
Cockford Hall,
Clun, Shropshire
HO107/919/1/Clun
Thomas HEIGHBURY, 30, Farmer, NOT born in County
Martha FRANCIS, 25, F.S, born IN County
+ other Servants

So was Thomas indexed twice, at Home with Wife and then at the Farm with Martha?


Trish :)

Hi ML 123, and welcome to Rootschat, the link above would appear to show the baptism of the mother of Mary Heighway Francis who married William Lloyd:-

Marriage 23rd March 1870 Clun & Bryn

William Lloyd 26 Batchelor occ Tailor Abode Duthlaes Father George Lloyd occ Farmer
Mary Heighway Francis 22 Spinster abode The Hall No father shown
Witnessses Thos P Heighway & John Chilwick?
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Pelly/Pelley/Kingsbury/Challis/Nalder/Rochester/Raydenbow

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Re: Thomas Parry Heighway of Clun
« Reply #15 on: Saturday 28 October 17 23:48 BST (UK) »
Hi,

Been such a long time since I checked here. Thanks for the reply. Will continue looking into the history again.