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Hi, I'm trying to find again a record for an area called Northend, Madresfield. I have found the main village record but it was not there. I think I found it as part of Malvern.

The area was called Bunn's Green, but I can find no reference to the family.
Any help or suggestions welcome. Thank you.

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Worcestershire / No.1 Malvern Rd, St Johns, Worcester
« on: Saturday 24 March 18 11:01 GMT (UK)  »
In 1874 the owner Elizabeth Maybury died. The photo I have shows a family at the door, but there appears to be trade signs over the porch. I have searched the census and trade directories without any success. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Worcestershire Resources & Offers / Link: Worcester UK now and then in videos
« on: Friday 16 December 16 17:53 GMT (UK)  »
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDheo8JXBVd2XI3FXbkLpkg

Link to my Youtube channel, Worcester History

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Worcestershire / Sarah de Vallens O Hale- Worcester
« on: Thursday 17 March 16 11:02 GMT (UK)  »
Anybody know of this lady b. 1836 Worcester

Her name is as the heading Sarah de Vallens with an O being her given names.

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Staffordshire / HEMMINGS/DUDLEY Annie is missing
« on: Friday 20 December 13 07:55 GMT (UK)  »
Very complicated folks:
Annie Hemmings born 1885/6 Stow on the Wold. This is proven.
She may have had a liaison with a man with the name Dudley (could be given or surname) who was an Agent on a large estate. This is speculative.
The name Dudley was added to her daughter Cecilia Dudley Hemmings born 1905 in Upton on Severn died 1982 in Malvern. This is proven.
Between 1929 and 1937 nine children are listed in Stoke and the children's and mother's surname in the record swap between Hemmings and Dudley. e,g 1929 baby called Hemmings mother Dudley
1916 baby called Dudley mother Hemmings The may be a co-incidence.
Can you find Annie between birth and having Cecilia?
Anything at all could help the search. I'm totally flummoxed.
Thanks Mike

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I revisited this restore then lost the owner!

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Worcestershire Resources & Offers / Lost relis POWICK VILLAGE CIRCA 1850
« on: Wednesday 13 March 13 12:48 GMT (UK)  »
To fill my time I have transcribed many articles from Local Newspapers re POWICK VILLAGE in the 1850's
If you have missing relis e.g. farm fires, may have been killed in an accident, infant deaths, murder etc post their name and date you have them in Powick and I will have a look for details.
I promise nothing but try very hard.
I have been advised that transcription is free of copyright for personal use.

Emjaybee

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Armed Forces / ALBERT W BAKER 4th Batt Worcs Regt
« on: Sunday 03 February 13 09:24 GMT (UK)  »
I have all birth, death and census info from 1891 to 1941, putting him with his family in Worcester, UK. I am seeking any info on his army service.
There is an Albert William Baker listed in Worcestershire Regt Rolls, 4th Battalion, army number 45102, but I can't confirm that he was resident at 2 Diglis Ave,Worcester, the address of my man.
There is an online list of people missing from the census taken between 1918 and 1919 and an Albert William Baker of the same birth date does appear there, so maybe he was away with  the army.
Can anybody find his military records? I have searched FindMyPast and Anc with no luck, only Bakers from the wrong area.

Thanks for reading this long message.

Mike

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