Showing posts with label Tremlett. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Tremlett. Show all posts

Tuesday, 24 August 2021

Harry Tremlett and Elsie Ridgeway

Bus shelter at Uplowman Cross
cc-by-sa/2.0 - © David Smith - geograph.org.uk/p/4097890

Elsie Ridgeway, fourth daughter of William Ridgeway and Florence Louise Finnimore, married Harry Tremlett in 1932. Harry Tremlett died on 20 Jul 1961 and is buried at Uplowman. Elsie Tremlett of 2 Crosses Cottages, Uplowman, died on 29 Dec 1979 and is buried in Uplowman, along with her husband.

Sunday, 21 March 2021

William Stone and Anah at Whipples, Holcombe Rogus

Whipples Farm, Holcombe Rogus
cc-by-sa/2.0 - © Lewis Clarke - geograph.org.uk/p/2803479

William Stone, eldest son of William Stone and Mary Thorne and thus oldest brother of my 2x great grandfather, Henry Stone, was baptised at St Peter's ChurchLangford Budville on 1 Apr 1821. William (listed as being 28), an agricultural labourer, in 1851, was living (and therefore presumably working) at Whipples, Holcombe Rogus, along with his wife Anah (21). 

Anah could be the phonetic spelling of Anna, but I wondered if maybe it was Hannah with the H dropped. There is a potential marriage in 1850 of a Hannah Westcott, but I would need to buy the certificate to confirm. 

Whipples Farmhouse, Tracebridge, is a Grade II Listed Building. Living at Whipples also in 1851 is Henry Trimlett or Tremlett, a Dairyman, and his wife, Grace. Interestingly, they have a 5 year old daughter, also named Anah, which may only indicate that the same person completed both schedules. 

So far, this is the only record I have for this couple.

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