Legend
 


n.   birth year
n.l: birth location
c:  christening date
c.l: christening location
m: marriage date
m.l: marriage location
ce: census details
d:  death year
d.l: death location
b: where buried
1652:
War with Netherlands (to 1654) 1655:
Jamaica captured from Spain
1656:
war with Spain (to 1659)
1665:
War with Netherlands (to 1667)
1672:
At war with Netherlands (to 1674).
Roman Catholics excluded from public offices
1685:
James II dies.
Monmouth rebellion.
soldiers pay 12.6 pounds/yr
1689:
war with France (to 1714)
1690:
crime at its peak due to poverty, death penaly for crimes such as a seamstress stealing a bobbin of thread.
1694:
British Army is 90,000 strong & navy has 207 man-o-war.
1698:
Steam engine first developed.
1700:
Turnip starts to be grown instead of leaving ground fallow, therefore cattle have feed for winter, so not slaughtered, so more milk, more butter.
1701:
Tull invents seed drill, increases productivity.
1702:
Queen Anne accedes.
1704:
Duke of Marlborough winns Battle of Blenheim.  Rewarded with land & built Blenheim Palace.
1707:
formation of the United Kingdom.
Scotland joins union.
1711:
South Seas Co formed with monopoly to supply Spanish colonies with goods. See 1720
1712:
steam engines used to pump water from coal mines
1713:
Spain cedes Gibralter to Britain.
England gets licence to sell slaves to Spanish colonies.
1714:
Landholders compelled to take an oat of allegiance to The Protestant Church and renounce Catholism.
Queen Anne dies, she had 17 pregnancies, none survived.
George I crowned.. lived in Hanover & could not speak English.
1715:
Jacobite rebellion.
Riot Act, if 12 or more people assemble & fail to disperse it is a felony. felons are either hung or branded on thumb.
1719:
Transportation Act, felons sent to the colonies for 7 or 14 years.
1720:
South Sea Co shares go ballistic, then collapse.. The South Seas bubble.
1727:
George II came to throne.
At war with austria and spain.
1732:
Downing Street becomes official residence of Prime Minister
1739:
John Wesley preaches the principles of Methodism at Avon St Bristol.
1743:
Britain has 40,000 troops in Europe.
1745:
Bonnie Prince Charlie  lands in Britain.
1746:
Battle of Culloden.
1749:
Charles Wesley of Bristol wrote: "Love devine all loves excelling" & "Hark the herald angels sing"
1750:
Sir Henry Fielding, author, started the Bow Street Runners, the first police force, but only in London.
1751:
George III crowned Prince of Wales.
Last year of the old calender, New Years day was modern March 25.
tax on gin, the drink of the masses.
farm labourer earns 5 pounds + board & lodging.
1752:
Ben Franklin proves lightning is electricity by flying a kite.
Gregorian calender accepted. date jumped from Sept 2nd to Sept 14th.
1753:
First time that New Years Day fell on January 1st
Jews to be allowed be British citizens
decision to establish a British Museum.
1754:
Marriage Act: marriage must take place in parish of residence.
George II founded Columbia University in Manhatten.
1755:
7 year war starts in Europe.
Earthquake in Lisbon  causes Tsunami 90,000 dead.
Eddystone lighthouse destroyed by fire.
A mayor earns 15 pounds yr
baker earns 5 pounds year.

1756:
First St Patricks Day parade in New York.
Seven year war with France begins.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart born.
1757:
Black hole of Calcutta. Calcutta captured.
Admiral John Byng executed by firing squad aboard HMS Monarch for breach of articles of war.
Battle of Plessey when 3,000 British troops under Robert Clive defeated 50,000 Indians.
1758:
Batlles this year include: Bay of Bengal (twice) , Nova Scotia, New York, Indian coast.
Halley Comet returns.
1759:
British victories at Fort Triconderosa New York and Niagara Quebec & Battle of Quiberon Bay.
1760:
first commercial canal opens in britain.
Death of George II.
George III to throne.
1761:
British capture Pondicherry.
2 earthquaqes in London.
riots are commonplace as workers do not have the right to vote or form a union.
1762:
France surrenders Canada to britain.
Britain declares war on Spain.
Britain takes Havana Cuba.
British East India Co take Manila.
1763:
War with France and American Indians ends.
Treaty of Paris ends 7 year war.
Indian chief Pontiac challenges the British at Mackinaw City to a game of lacrosse, during game the Indians hit the ball into the fort, chased after it and locked the British out of their fort. Recaptured two months later at Battle of Bushy Run.
1764:
considered start of The Industrial Revolution.
John Wilkes expelled from House of Commons for sedicious libel.
1765:
Stamp Act intorduced, direct tax on American colonies to be paid to Britain to cover the cost of war in America.
Isle of Man incorporated into United Kingdom.
curate earns 40 pounds per year.
head gardener 38 pounds + Lodging.
1766:
Bonnie Prince Charlie becomes the Stuart claimant to the  British throne.
Stamp Act repealed due to reaction from America.
1767:
Daniel Boone explores the Cumberland Gap & reaches Kentucky.
First whalers reach Antartic.
1768:
First purchase tax introduced on common products.
John Wilkes imprisoned for critism of king.
1769:
famine in Bengal kills 10 million people. British East India Co insist their production levels must not fall.
Captain Cook on HMS Endeavour arrives Tahiti.
lightning hits church in Italy causing fire which reaches 200,000 lb gunpowder store and blew up 1/6 city of Brescia, as a result the Roman Catholic Church reversed its objection to lightning rods.
1770:
Boston Massacre-5 Americans killed by British Troops, event hastened War of Independance.
14yr old Marie Antoinette married 15 yr old Louis, later Louis XIV, fireworks at wedding caused fire killing 800.
Captain Cook claims East coast of New Holland (Australia).
1771:
Spain cedes Falkland Islands to Britain.
first water-wheel powered textile mill.
labourer earns 3.5 pounds year
apprentice baker 5 new pence\week.
1772:
servant earns 6.3 pounds\year
1773:
Captain Cook first to cross the Antartic circle.
British East India Co given monopoly of tea trade with American colonies.
experiments using chlorine as a disinfectant.
1774:
The Quartering Act states that American colonists must open their homes to British soldiers.
The first year that "Liberty" appers on american flag.
1775:
Parliament declares Massachusetts to be in rebellion, govenor ordered to quell with an iron hand.
Revolutionary war starts, "the shots heard around the World", george Washington appointed commander in chief of Continental Army.
Execution in Germany for witchcraft.
1776:
American declaration of  Independance on July 4th.
British troops lave Boston
1777:
44% of children in Britain died before their 5th birthday.
Washington defeats Cornwallis at Battle of Princeton.
Stars & Stripes adopted.
1778:
Captain Cook reaches Hawaii names them Sandwich Islands.
France recognises American independance and declares war on Britain.
France opens first state controlled brothel.
three day riot in London
1779:
First all Iron Bridge built over River Severn in Shropshire.
1780:
First Sunday newspaper: British Gazette & Sunday Monitor
First Epsom Derby.
1781:
Pitt the younger enters Parliament
planet Uranus discovered by Herschel.
Cornwallis surrenders at Yorktown ending the armed struggle of American Rev War.
1782:
Spain takes Minorca from Britain.
preliminary peace accord reached in Paris for American Independance.
British loyalists forced to leave America, some go to Bahamas.
Treaty of Versaille ends war with France.
1784:
John Wesley charters The Methodist Church.
Ben Franklin invents bifocals
1785:
First edition of Daily Universal Register later changed to The
Times.
steam engine powered looms caused boom in textile industry.
1786:
first convict ship leaves for Botany Bay with 820 convicts
1787:
11 convict ships leave for Australia.
1788:
Colonisation of New South Wales and Australia.
1789:
Start of the French Revolution
1790:
First purpose built lifeboat launched River Tyne.
First Methodist chapel opened in Bristol.
1791:
THe "Observer" first published
1792: start of French Revolution. Louis XIV in custody.
1793:
Louis XIV executed by guillotine, followed by Marie Antoinette
War with France. 10,000 british soldiers in Flanders.
1794:
cotton gin patented.
Nelson loses an eye at Calvi Corsica.
Britain declares war on France.
1796:
carpenter/bricklayer earns 7 new pence per day.
farm labourer earns 5 new pence per day + drink
mower @ harvest-time 7.5 pence per day + drink.
women @ harvest-time 2 pence per day+ drink

1798:
hoeing earns 30 new pence per acre.
head farm hand 10 pounds\ year.second farmhand 7 pounds \yr
1800:
dairymaid earns 3-5 pounds\yr
1801:
20% popultaion live in town (see 1851)
1802:
factory act: apprentices max 12 hrs \day  6 days\week
1803:
Napolean planning to invade England.
1804:
Sargeant in volunteers 7.5 pence\day
1805:
Battle of Trafalgar won by British but Lord Nelson killed.
1806:
1807:
1808:
British troops attack French in Portugal
1809:
British troops attack french in antwerp
1810:
coachman earns 15 pounds \yr + lodgings
1811:
Riots. workers smash machines  which they believe cause unemployment.
1812:
French driven out of Spain, Portugal & Germany.
War of 1812, america at war with England & Canada.
In cotton mills 8% of workforce were UNDER  11 yrs old. 30% were aged 11 to 16.
Prime Minister assassinated.
1814:
British burn Washington DC.
depression due to cost of wars in Europe and America
1815:
Napolean defeated at Waterloo and sent to St Helena.
Corn Laws introduced with very severe effect on the poor.
1817:
labourer earns 8 pounds\yr + Board & lodging
1820: 
GeorgeIV crowned.
53% of children died before their 5th birthday.
Cato St Conspiracy plan to kill parliamentary cabinet. All conspirators hanged.
1822:
Over 200 offences carry death penalty.
1825:
9000 a year emigrating to America.
400 a year emigrating to Australia.
1826:
school master earns 100 pounds\yr
1828:
Catholics allowed to hold office incl MP
Stockton to Darlington railway opens.
1829:
Robert Peel starts police force.  "peelers" & "bobbies"
1830:
William IV crowned
factory wages:
under 11 yrs ......2s 3p per week
11-16.................4s 1p per week
17-21.................10s 2p per week
32-36  (max)......22s 8p per week
32-36 (women)....9s  8p  per week
Reform Act, until now towns like Birmingham & Manchester dont have any MPs.
1831:
Farm riots workers smash machines, 4 hanged, 50 transported.
1832:
cholera outbreaks due to streets not paved, overcrowding, overflowing cess pits draing into water wells.
1833:
Factory Act: defined the working day as 5.30am to 8.30pm with 9-13 yr olds max 9 hrs\day and no nights. 13-18 max 12 hrs\day less 1.5 hrs breaks. Same for females
1834:
Six Dorset farm labourers sentanced to be transported to a penal colony for trying to form a trade union.. The Tolpuddle Martyers.
Slavery abolished.
Poor Law Amendment Act passed: No able bodied British man can receive assistance unless he enters a workhouse.
British east India Company loses its monopoly to trade with China.
patent for Handsome Cab.
patent for sandpaper.
Gottlieb Daimler born.
1835:
Charles Darwin arrive in Galapogas Islands on HMS Beagle
First commercial railway in Europe opens  in Belgium.
Municipal Corporation Act introduced the idea of a national police force.
1836:
Charles Darwin arrives Falmouth.
Bristol Riots, large crowds protest the defeat of the reform act, over 100 houses burnt, including the Bishops Castle, Customs House,, Mansion House and release prisoners. Dragoons quell riots and 100s die.
A bristol Police force started.
1837:
Rowland Hill heads a commission investigating the idea of puuting a bit of paper on letters to indicate postage has been paid.
death of King William IV.
Queen Victoria crowned.
1838:
Samuel Morse demonstrates electric telegraph.
Start of British- Afghan war
Start of steamship atlantic service.
1839:
First commercial electric telegraph system between West Drayton & Paddington.
British East India Company capture Aden.
mason earns 75-80 new pence\week
blacksmith/carpenter/plasterer earns 75 pence per week
1840:
Penny post introduced , teh penny black.
Queen Victoria marries Prince Albert.
RMS "Brittania" a Cunard paddlesteamer starts service from Liverpool to Nova Scocia.
Britain invades Beirut.
Third of Irish population depend on the potato for their survival.
1841:
British troops invade & annexe Hong Kong.
first British census on 7th June
1842:
patent for sewing machine.
First serious train crash in Paris, 59 dead.
min age in a mine now 10
1843:
SS Great Britain launched in Bristol.
First tunnel under The Thames.
Charles Dickens publishes Christmas Carol.
1844:
YMCA formed in London.
Fleet prison for debtors abolished.
safety match invented.
Factory Act: age 8-13 max 6.5 hrs/day.  13+ max 12hrs\day for 5 days + 9 hrs saturday.
1845:
Third of Irish potato crop destroyed by blight.
1846:
Potato blight in Ireland ruins 2/3 of crop causing famine
1847:
Factory Act.  max 63 hrs\week
1848:
Factory Act.. max 58 hrs\week
5,000 miles of railway track.
Public Health Act. towns able to demand all new houses have drains & lavatories & provide refuse collection.
1849:
250,000 a year emigrating to America. 19000 a year  emigrating to Australia.
cost of passage to America  from 3 pounds 10 shillings to 5 pounds.
Ships provided 1 lb flour, 5lb oatmeal, 2lb rice, 2oz tea, 1/2 lb sugar, 1/2lb mollases per passenger for entire voyage

1851:
Second British census on 30th
march
50% of population live in towns.
1853:
Sir Richard Burton disguises as a muslim & visits Mecca. First known christian to do so.
1854:
Start of Crimean War
1855:
David Livingstone discovers & names Victoria Falls.  "Smoke that Thunders"
80% of American emigrants are from Ireland.
estimated that over 1 million pounds is sent each year from emigrants to their UK families.
1856:
Law passed that all counties must establish a police force. Sir Robert Peel origin of the terms peelers and bobbies.
1860:
sewers being installed to remove waste.
1861:
Third british census on 8th April
1881:
Fourth British census
1867:
most workers in towns given vote.
1870:
Piped water to homes.
1871:
Bank Holidays, skilled workers to get 1 weeks paid vacation per year.
Trade Unions now legal
1872:
voting made secret.
1877:
Victoria crowned Empress of India.
1885:
schoolmaster earns 180 pounds/year
1889:
London dock strike for 6 pence per hour.  (2.5 modern pence/hr)
1890:
stitching gloves at home 25 pence / dozen pair.
1891:
minimum working age raised from 10 to 11
Fifth British census
1900:
farm worker74 pence/week
1901:
Queen Victoria Dies
Last published British census


      Events of the Time

Where currency is quoted the old guinea, pounds, shillings and pence have been converted to modern decimal pounds.
Job Amsbury
married
Dinah
Ann Amsbury
married
Jonathon James
Sarah Amsbury
married
Joseph Church
John Amsbury
married
Esther Treasure
Jonathon Amsbury
Jonathon Amsbury
Mary Amsbury
Samuel Amsbury
married
Harriet Reynolds
John Amsbury
married
Esther Treasure
Charlotte Amsbury
John Amsbury
Mary Amsbury
Jabez Amsbury
Sarah Ann Amsbury
Sarah Amsbury
married
Joseph Church
Charlotte  Church
Joseph  Church
Mary  Church
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Samuel Amsbury
married
Harriet Reynolds
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Edwin Amsbury
Mary Amsbury
married
William Nethercote
Emma Ann Amsbury
William Amsbury
Job Amsbury was  the first Amsbury found so far who was born in Mangotsfield and moved to South Wales sometime after 1807.
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Ann Amsbury
married
Jonathon James
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Elizabeth James
John James
William James
Edward James
Dinah James
Edwin James
married
William Jenkins
married
Catherine Treasure
Arthur Jenkins
Edith Amsbury
Winifred Amsbury
George Amesbury
married
Martha Rummins
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Thomas Amesbury
William Amesbury
married
Elizabeth Philimore
Eliza Amesbury
married
John Davies
Harriet Amesbury
Elizabeth Amesbury
married
John Edwards
Mary Jane Amesbury
married
Gwilym Edmund
George Amesbury
married
Annie Davies
Tom Amesbury
married
Jane Ellen Jones
Walter J Amesbury
Walter J Amesbury
married
married
married
Jane Morgan
Jane Morgan
Mabel Edwards
Cyril Edwards
Muriel Edmund
John Edmund
Elizabeth Edmund

Amesburys in Wales

Tom Amesbury
married
Jane Ellen Jones
Martha Mary Amesbury
Harriet Amesbury
Edgar Amesbury
Cyril Amesbury
Betty Amesbury
Benjamin Goma  Amesbury
Christine G Stockham
Eileen R Amesbury
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Elizabeth Ann Amesbury
William Amesbury
married
Elizabeth Philimore
Martha Amesbury
Sarah Amesbury
married
James H Powell
Mary Amesbury
married
John Aherne
Harriet Amesbury
married
Joseph H Dennis
William Thomas Amesbury
Rose Amesbury
George Amesbury
Dorothy Townsend
Florrie Amesbury
married
married
John Jones
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James Wilbert Hobbs Amesbury
married
Lily May Lewis
from Amesbury 1  page
James Reginald Amesbury
Thomas Albert Amesbury
married 2
Margaret Smyth
Ivor Wilbert Amesbury
Martin Amesbury
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George Amesbury
married
Annie Davies
Martha Mary Amesbury
Harriet Mabel Amesbury
Edgar Amesbury
Edgar Amesbury
Cyril Amesbury
Cyril Amesbury & Stanley Amesbury
Betty Amesbury
married
James Lee
Martha Powell
Cyril Powell
Ivy Powell
Thomas Aherne
Dennis H Dennis
married
Cornelious Bohane
married
Micheal Charles
Through the seventeenth century, and the eighteenth century, the two predominant industries in Gloucestershire were coal mining and agriculture.  My ancestors were almost entirely reliant on coal mining. In Gloucestershire the mines tended to be small operations spread over a large area and the main beneficiaries were the land owners who rented out their land to the mine owners. As time went by the mines were either exhausted, or had dug down to the water table, and became uncompetitive causing unemployment and hardship.

Many miners, especially the young, moved to areas where mining was thriving such as the West Midlands where not only coal but the raw materials for iron and steel were abundant.
Others moved to to South Wales which was fast becoming the coal capital of  Great Britain as the industrial revolution grew.

On a separate page of this website I have mapped out the move two Amesbury brothers and a cousin made from Mangotsfield North to Dudley. (click to go to that page)

This page is dedicated to Amesburys who made the Move from Mangotsfield to South Wales in search of a better future. As far as I can tell Job Amsbury was one of the first.
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The Parish Church, dedicated to St. Tudor, is situated in a remote position beside the old road, which crosses Mynyddislwyn Mountain on its way to Risca. It stands 1,000 ft above sea level. The original church was one of those granted to Glastonbury Abbey about the year 1102, but later it became a possession of Llantarnam Abbey. The registers started in 1664. The Church was rebuilt in 1820 on the site of the earlier structure.
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View from Mynyddislwyn Church
By the early 1860's only 4,000 people lived in what we know today as the Rhondda Valley. Even that figure was far in excess of what it had been when the area was known only as Ystradyfodwg. There were by 1860 at least 13 deep mines, and many 'levels'. A level was where a mine was cut into the side of a mountain e.g. and mined horizontally, as opposed to a deep mine, where the miners would descend a shaft. At that time apart from the scattered farms, the only housing existed in those parts of Ystradyfodwg (later named the Rhondda) were where the coal mines had been sunk. The streets of the valleys are an almost continuous row of terraced houses where it can be difficult to know where one village begins and another ends.


Florence Nethercote
Maud Nethercote
Elizabeth Ann Amesbury
Mary Amesbury
Harriet Amesbury
Name Index for this page. Section 1 is last names. Section 2 is for Amesburys (Ainsburys ) by given name. Section 1.  -----------------------------------
A. Aherne, Ackey,

C. Church, Charles, Canton,Charlesworth,

E. Edmund, Edwards,Evans,

G.

I.

K.

M. Morgan,

O.

Q.

S. Smyth,Stoakes,








B.Baker, Banner, Blackman, Bohane,

D. Davies, Dennis, Davies, Llewellyn Davies,

F.

H.

J. James, Jenkins, Jane  Jones, John Jones,

L. Lewis, Lee, Lloyd,James Lee, Lewis,

N. Nethercote,

P. Philimore, Powell, Proudlove (living)

R. Reynolds, Rummins, Rees, Roberts,

T. Treasure,








Name Index for this page. Section 1 is last names. Section 2 is for Amesburys (Ainsburys ) by given name. Section  2. ---------------------------------
B. , Barbara Ann, Benjamin G, Betty (1921),

D. David W (living),David,




H. Harriett (1876), Harriett (1907), Harriet (1896),
    Harriett (1907),

J. Job, John (1825), Jonathon (1828), John (1850),
            Jabez (1860), James (1909),






P.Peter

R. Rose (1898),

T. Thomas (1867), Tom (1887), Thomas (1907), Tyler (living)
  Teagan M (living), Thomas (living),
V.




A. Ann(1814),

C. Charlotte (1849), Cyril,Cyril (1913),

E. Edith (1887), Edwin (1862), Emma (1872), Eliza (1874), Elizabeth (1878), Eileen,
   Edgar (1908), Elizabeth (1888),

G. George (1891),


I. Ivor (1926),
K.

M. Mark (living), Mary (1832, Mary (1856), Mary (1864), Mary J (1880), Martha (1905),
              Martha (1890), Mary (1893), Martin (1947), Martha (1905), Michelle (living),




S. Sarah (1820), Samuel (1836), Sarah A (1864), Sarah (1901), Susan (living), Stephen P (living), Stanley ,



W. Winifred (1890), William (1870), William (1869), Walter (1889), William (1900),


wedding of Walter Jones & Mabel Edwards
1915
Walter
Amesbury
1889
George
Amesbury
1891
Rose
Amesbury
1864

Mary
Jane
Edmunds
(nee Amesbury)
Annie
Amesbury
(nee Davies)
picture kindly supplied by Michael Edmunds
See wedding photo below
married
Walter Jones
Cyril
Edwards
Mary Jane Amesbury's birth certificate
Mary Jane Amesbury
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Gwilym Edmund & Mary Jane (Amesbury)
George Amesbury's
birth certificate
John Davies & Eliza Amesbury's marriage cert
Harriet Amesbury
married
William Day Burt
Annie Edmund
Wedding of Annie Edmund &Alfred John Hicks 1924
Betty Amesbury
Annie Amesbury
Kathleen Hicks
Jean & Edna
Molly Hicks
Vicar
Gwen Edwards
Alfred John Hicks
Annie Edmunds
Gwilym Edmund
Eliza Davies
Jane Amesbury
Lily May Amesbury
Harry Atton
Elsie Hicks
May O'Shea
Kate Hicks
Mary Robinson
Mary Jane Edmunds
Lizzie Edwards
Harriet Burt
Muriel Edmunds
Arthur Birt
photo kindly supplied by Michael Edmunds
Arthur & Winifred
Gwyndoline Edwards
Mary Jane Amesbury
married
Gwilym Edmund
married
John Hicks
married
James Kelly
married
Leila Fletcher
married
George Blake
Gwenllian Edmund
married
Aneuran Maddox
Arthur Edmund
married
Ivy Dobbins
MarianEdmund
married
Harry Parsons
Ronald David Edmund
married 1
Doreen Grey
married 2
Hilda Evans
Annie Edmund
married
John Hicks
Audrey Edmund
married
Haydn Barrington
Joan Edmund
married
Andrew Whitestone
Marjory Edmund
married
Ray Workman
David Edmund
married
Carol
Edna Edmund
married
Ken Beard
John Edmund
Alan Edmund
Carol Edmund
Lynn Edmund
David Kelly
Ann Kelly &
Mervyn Edmund
Barry Edmund
Marian Edmund
Keith Blake
Colin Blake
Pauline Edmund
Keith Edmund
Mary Edmund
Arthur Edmund
Phillip Edmund
Valerie Parsons
b>boy Parsons
boy Parsons
Michael John Edmund
Jacqueline Edmund
married
Ann Blackman
Mark Amesbury
Michelle Rebecca Amesbury
married
Matthew Banner
Megan Frances Banner
married
Terri Lloyd
Tyler Lloyd Amesbury
Teagan May Amesbury
married
Mary G Charlesworth
David wallace Amesbury
Sylvia
married
Thomas Amesbury
Stephanie Proudlove
married
Susan Amesbury
Stephen Paul Amesbury
married
Llewellyn G Davies
married
Thomas Rees
married
Amelia Ackey
Stanley Amesbury
Stanley Amesbury
Peter Amesbury
Suzanne Roberts
Julie Roberts
Lisa J Roberts
Martin L Roberts
Dean Evans
Leon Evans
Chelsea Evans
Gavin Baker
Emily J Baker
Dylan M Baker
Jake G Baker
Barbara Ann Amesbury
Donald M Roberts
Leighton W Stoakes
Rebecca Stoakes
Ashley Stoakes
Kieran Stoakes
Carys Stoakes
David Amesbury
married
married
married
married
married
married
Lilian B Lewis
Lilian B Lewis
marriage of Stanley Amesbury
George and Martha  moved from Mangotsfield to South Wales. To follow their line back click on George's name which will take you to another page. Then look for Martha's
name (Rummins) in the index on that page
William at the age of 22 took part in a prize fight, not for the first time, and his opponent died from his injuries. William was tried for manslaughter and found guilty. Sentenced to 2 months hard labour
Joseph Amsbury