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Gloucestershire / Re: FRAMPTON -ON-SEVERN
« on: Saturday 07 January 12 21:01 GMT (UK)  »
Yes please. I've sent you my email address. Many thanks.

Possible marriage of John Canning to 'Nancy' Hewlett in Gloucester discovered.

Gloucestershire Lookup Requests / Re: JOHNS - BRISTOL MERCURY NEWSPAPER
« on: Tuesday 02 August 11 19:55 BST (UK)  »
 :) Thank you so much for forwarding this. I've been far too busy to do any research recently, but did go & get a PIN from the Library for online access to newspapers only last week. This was just what I was looking for. Julie

Gloucestershire / Re: FRAMPTON -ON-SEVERN
« on: Sunday 27 March 11 16:37 BST (UK)  »
Thanks everyone. Have found children of John & Ann(e) Canning now via IGI. Now need to go further back!

Gloucestershire / Re: FRAMPTON -ON-SEVERN
« on: Sunday 27 March 11 14:48 BST (UK)  »
Thanks. I'll take a look.  :)

Gloucestershire / FRAMPTON -ON-SEVERN
« on: Sunday 27 March 11 13:53 BST (UK)  »
Can anyone tell me how far back Frampton on Severn parish records exist please ( presumably these are in Gloucester PRO)?

My ancestor was John Canning christened on 15 August 1784 at Frampton-on-Severn, the son of John Canning & Anne Hewlett. (Anne Hewlett was christened in Frampton ľon-Severn on 24 November 1754, daughter of Daniel & Elizabeth Hewlett). John Canning b.1784 married Mary Tucker of Clifton in Bristol on 16.10.1808.
Memorial inscriptions in Frampton on Severn church include one to John Canning died 1798 (age 41 this makes birth 1757), wife Ann in 1811 Age 56 + Esther Verny 27/11/1797 Age 1 & Mary 10/10/1843 Age 56. I'm assuming Mary may have been John's sister - but interested in where Verny connection comes from & also any information about Canning family pre 1800.

Gloucestershire / Re: late 1700's - mid 1800s deaths bristol
« on: Saturday 26 March 11 18:17 GMT (UK)  »
I think some inscriptions from graveyards are available on their website too.

Gloucestershire Lookup Requests / JOHNS - BRISTOL MERCURY NEWSPAPER
« on: Saturday 26 March 11 18:15 GMT (UK)  »
Not sure if anyone has access to Bristol newspapers, but interested in finding out if there is an article relating to death of my ancestor James Johns on /about 20 November 1844 who died after falling down a pulley hole in a sugar refinery please.

Gloucestershire / Re: late 1700's - mid 1800s deaths bristol
« on: Saturday 26 March 11 17:35 GMT (UK)  »
Bristol Family History Society have some CDs of parish records pre 1837 which you can purchase. These may include death records. Also check what info. is held at Bristol Public Records Office.

Occupation Interests / Re: Any sugar refiners in your tree?
« on: Saturday 26 March 11 17:31 GMT (UK)  »
Yes, James Johns , Bristol died in 1844 after falling through a hatch  at Finzel's sugar refinery. Gather workers contributed to a 'benefits fund' so that if any of them were injured or killed, their dependants would be provided for.

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