Mr Terry Gill published by Terence Gill on Sun, 09/09/2018 - 19:28
I am trying to find out about the History of Church House next to St Pauls Church in Kewstoke.
We are the present owners and know that it use to be the old rectory/vicarage belonging to the Church
Does anyone have any information or contacts to allow us to find out more about the history of this wonderful house.
We now run it as a successful B&B and look forward to any feedback.
Tracey & Terry Gill
27 Kewstoke Road
I have had help with the above gentleman my Great Grandfather...some time ago...I am now trying to confirm details of his son's their marriages etc. Robert was born in Newtown, County Westmeath, Ireland. in 1818.
Alfred born 1872. served in RIC...
Harry (Henry) 1868
Robert William ( I have his details...he was my Grandfather)
Also very interested to find any reference to a daughter born in Ireland
Maria Hardcastle Johnston 1838. Rochfortbridge, Ireland
Can anybody resolve a long standing puzzle for me perhaps in the light of new records becoming available for research. Why, oh why did the Moggs of Lympsham area call themselves Sealey-Mogg?? I'm related to them through the Salters of East Brent. Why would the Moggs introduce the Sealey element and flip flop between the two depending on the record being viewed? From what I can see they have no direct connection to the Sealeys of the area, whom I'm also related too.