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My Grandfather Charles H. Long was born at the, Old Station Cottage, Berkeley Road. Thanks to this site I have managed to trace my ancestors back to pre 1800 easily. The family of Nelmes and Dash all from Berkeley Married into the family. In addition I am helping someone from Canada who ancestors include the Dash family from Berkeley. A brilliant site wish I had found it before this week.
Jennifer Mabley-Jones
15 January 2007
A wonderful site found by Google. Have found lots of information on the Cole family who lived in Cowhill near Oldbury. If anyone has any more info , please contact me by e-mail.
Trevor Cole
9 January 2007
A great site and so easy to use.I amsearching for TUDOR,BIDDLEand WHITE in thearea and wonder.lile Roger Mills?why Moses Biddle is listed as Hesters father?Does anyone know where Hesters husband was born, was it Newport, Mons? Would like to hear from youRoger Mills,BerylMetherell,Carol May and Alf Beard. Janet
Janet Cuff
8 January 2007
a brilliant site for research i have found many relatives the info required ;john stagg my ggreatgrandad married susan thorn johns father was william stagg b abt 1805 married mary ann hopton also b abt 1805 they had 7 children between1832-1846;mary[hopton] died 1852;can anyone help with marriage details;so i can search farther back
p stagg
p stagg
24 December 2006
Great site. I'm wondering if there is a connection between the OWENs of Berkeley and those of North Nibley and Dursley.
20 December 2006
I was pointed towards this site by a contact and pleased to have been. My interest is in the Greenman family and hope to know find out more ??
Ken Greenman
17 December 2006
This website has permitted me to research the King family ancestry in Berkeley, using my handwritten family records from 1835. Excellent.
Paul Latham
14 December 2006
Excellent site - what a gem of a find! This has been a great help in finding further information on our Gloucestershire relatives. We would very much be interested in hearing from any one who has any information or links to either the Exell family of Stone, Thornbury, Berekley, or surrounding areas. Also we would be interested in hearing from any one who may have information or links to Mary Purnell who married Richard Exell in 1746 or Rebeckah Somers who married to Richard Exell in 1722. Thanks Dave.
David Exell
3 December 2006
What an amazing site !! I have spent hours on it, and it has given me much help in my quest for information on the Tudors of Slimbridge,Oldbury,Thornbury,Berkeley,Stone,Hill & Littleton.A lot of gaps have been filled in,but mysteries still remain !! Why,for example, at the wedding of Hester Tudor to James White,in 1840, is Hester"s father shown as Moses Biddle ?? Although it must have been quite a small world at that time---Several Tudor marriages had witnesses whose names appear elsewhere in this site, notably Biddle,Sainsbury & Trayhern------One big happy family !! I look forward to visiting these pages again & again. Love to you all !! Roger..
Roger Mills
1 December 2006
Relative pointed me in the direction of this site which is fantastic!
A great deal of effort by others has been greatly appreciated!
Researching the LONG/MUNDAY/SHEARMAN names or any info on these regarding Berkeley Castle. Stories have been heard but need confirmation.Main name search is Long and any help would be greatly appreciated.
Peter Long
30 November 2006
a friend told me of this site. Am researching family ancestors, Organ, Morgan, Cullimore and Smith, all from the berkeley area. Have confirmed a lot of dates but would be grateful of any further info.
mike organ
28 November 2006
Beutifully simple site with lots of information. I am researching my husbans family Pontings and Fryers. Is anyone else out the doing one of these so we can maybe share info. Jocelyn
Jocelyn Ponting
28 November 2006
what a wonderful site its so easy to use why cant all the parish registers be like this one. i keep going back to it time and time again keep up the good work. Thanks
m phillips
26 October 2006
I am a decendant of Mehetabel lippiatt and guess what my grand mother was Isabella Chamberlain married to George/Edward Lippiatt died 1928 in Pontnewydd he had a son called thomas who died that same year crushed between two coal trucks in the coal yard there.
Karen Rose nee Lippiatt
18 October 2006
Thanks to the Scribe's Alcove site I have found a lot of my ancesters who lived and worked around Berkeley. The family is SAVAGE. Thank you for your help.
M Butler
14 October 2006
Has anyone any information on a Thomas Allen who fahered Elizabeth Ghosley's daughter Eliza in 1822 he was a coal merchant according to the info in the marriage register.
jJan Fisher
13 October 2006
Wonderful site. I have got lots more information on the GHOSTLEY / HACKER families. I have only just found your site but will be using it again.
Jan Fisher
13 October 2006
Brilliant site with so much information - thanks for all of the hard work that must have gone into it. I've spent hours looking up information and keep returning to the site time and time again.

My interests are in the James, Biddle, Luce, Virgo, Alway and Prewett families.
Wesley Kerslake
9 October 2006
Excellent site, very well thought out and executed. Many thanks for all the hard work.
9 October 2006
Thank you very much for your hard work Researching William Lippiatt b abt 1780 we came across your amazing site. It has enabled us to discover all his children, to first wife Hester nee Pinnell and second Elizabeth Roberts. Michael's line comes down from William's son Joseph, his son Oliver John and his son William Oliver. Any other relatives of this William we would be pleased to hear from you from you!
Michael and Elizabeth Lippiatt
8 October 2006

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