Author Topic: Brethren Church Yard Hereford - George and Theresa [nee Eccles] McAdam  (Read 3127 times)

Offline Phil Smith

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Re: Brethren Church Yard Hereford - George and Theresa [nee Eccles] McAdam
« Reply #9 on: Friday 17 February 17 17:38 GMT (UK) »
Hi Rod
Thank you very much for your quick response, I am new to this chat as you can tell, so I am not quite sure how to get your personal message, but I will have a go!
Look forward to further info.
Phil

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Offline DavidMurray

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Re: Brethren Church Yard Hereford - George and Theresa [nee Eccles] McAdam
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 09 October 18 21:29 BST (UK) »
Phil,
I was interest to see that you were doing research on early Brethren in Hereford. I am currently exploring the history of mid-19th century Brethren in Cumbria. In the 1851 and 1861 census returns for Keswick there is a Joseph Darrow, "Minister of Christian Brethren". I have learned quite a lot about him relating to his time in Keswick, but he is recorded as having been born in Hereford, and was married there  in 1843 to Elizabeth Bonner Lewis of Abergavenny (at the Register Office).

I wonder, in your researches have you come across this couple. Darrow had a remarkably devoted ministry in Keswick until his early death aged 42 in 1862, and was highly regarded in the local community.

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