Littledean Independent Chapel (General)

by Lawrencef ⌂ @, Trentham, Australia, Sunday, November 25, 2012, 12:19 (2867 days ago)

Can anyone tell me if the Littledean Independent Chapel still exists and if not can you explain where it was located?

I'm particularly interested in locating the original wedding entry records for this marriage Olive Beale # 1020559 but I just want to find out whatever I can about the chapel...

Regards and thanks in advance...

Littledean - Olive BEALE, previous threads

by m p griffiths @, Sunday, November 25, 2012, 17:20 (2866 days ago) @ Lawrencef

http://www.forum.forest-of-dean.net/index.php?mode=thread&id=20314


Trying to work out how Olive's maiden name was SMITH - on her wedding certificate her age is given as 30 c1884 - as Olive Elizabeth SMITH is given as c1888


http://www.forum.forest-of-dean.net/index.php?id=18845

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Where are you now in your research?

Looking at the witness at the wedding i.e. John J CLARREDGE - is he the John on the 1911 census age 44, born Reading, Berkshire and living in Bournemouth? - He doesn't appear to have been a witnesses at any other witness on the Forest of Dean records!


There is on Military Records Ancestry


John J CLARREDGE, Rev. Young Men's Christian Association?

Littledean - Olive BEALE, previous threads

by Lawrencef ⌂ @, Trentham, Australia, Monday, November 26, 2012, 06:38 (2866 days ago) @ m p griffiths

Hi,

It's all a bit complex but Olive Elizabeth Beale (nee Smith, later Millard) seems to have used the identity of her Aunt Eliza Smith b. 28 Jun 1884 (daughter of James Smith & Elizabeth Page Hughes) on more than one occasion. Due to the death of her parents when she was 2 Olive Elizabeth was bought up by her Great Grandparents Thomas Goode b. 3 sep 1820 d? & Elizabeth Pearce b. 20 Aug 1820 d. after 1901.

I have poosibly located the father of Olive Elizabeths daughter Maud Olive Millard. A family in South Africa contacted me and inform me that their grandfather was a william Ross and a bit of a "jack the lad". I'm trying to convince them that they ought to get DNA testing done, sadly my Grandmother Maud Olive passed away in Ausgust at the age of 91. I'd hoped to resolve these mysteries in her lifetime so that the information might be of use beyond curiosity. They have not warmed to the idea of a bit of DNA testing thus far but I'm working on them :-)

I know all about Olive Elizabeth Smith until the birth of her illegitimate son Lovell Glendower Smith (b.1907 d.1944) in 1907, then nothing until her marriage to Samuel Millard in 1914 (b. 17 Sep 1854 d. 1934). It's that period where she becomes a Beale but I can find no records at all that might suggest a link to her (I've investigated the marriage of Ada Smith to Beale in Gloucester but it is conclusivley not her).

I pick up the trail again in 1920 with the birth of Maud Olive Millard (b.1920 d.2012) and her enscouncement with Joseph Caldwell in the mid to late 1920's and subsequent child (Patricia Marcia Millard/Caldwell b.16 Jan 1928 d. 21 Aug 1998)and immigration to Canada, then New Zealand and her death in 1974.

I'm sort of ahead and sort of stuck as per usual... :-)

Lovell G SMITH

by m p griffiths @, Monday, November 26, 2012, 16:43 (2865 days ago) @ Lawrencef

'I know all about Olive Elizabeth SMITH until the birth of her illegitimate son Lovell Glendower SMITH (b1907 d 1944)


Gloucestershirebdm

Child Surname: Lovell G

Father's Surname:

Mother's Surname: SMITH

Mother's Former Name:

Year: 1906

District: Cheltenham

Office: Cheltenham Cheltenham

Register: 17a

Entry: 378


(Freebdm - April/May/June 1906)


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FOD records - Baptism at Littledean - 29 June 1916

Parents Surname: SMITH

Childs Forenames: Lovell Glendowel

Father's Surnames: James (occupation: Miner)

Mother's Forename : Olive

Residence: High St. Cinderford

Event: baptism

born May 4 1900 (? should this be 1906)


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1911 Census Church Road Cinderford (married under a year)

Charles SMITH - age 22 - born Wales not known
Olive SMITH - 22 - born Brierley, Glos.


Full name given on Postal Address: as Charles David SMITH

Lovell Glendower SMITH 1906 Cheltenham - prior thread

by slowhands, proud of his ancient Dean Forest roots, Monday, November 26, 2012, 17:15 (2865 days ago) @ m p griffiths

'I know all about Olive Elizabeth SMITH until the birth of her illegitimate son Lovell Glendower SMITH (b1907 d 1944)


Good spot of the late Littledean baptism

http://www.forum.forest-of-dean.net/index.php?mode=entry&id=18414

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Lovell G SMITH

by Lawrencef ⌂ @, Trentham, Australia, Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 01:40 (2864 days ago) @ m p griffiths

Really sorry I ought to have mentioned that I know quite a lot about Lovell. Soz to take your time on him...

I don't have a clue who his father was but think that I have located the ship he took to Australia in 1920 "Hobsons Bay".

I have records for him around Australia and his pay slips for his work at Sydney water prior to enlistment and subsequent death in WW2. I also have the window worked out for when he changed his surname to Tresham (but don't know why he did this). I visited his wifes grave a year or so back and got all the estate papers.

Lovell G SMITH

by Lawrencef ⌂ @, Trentham, Australia, Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 01:49 (2864 days ago) @ m p griffiths

I'm pretty certain that my Olive Smith is not the Olive Smith who is married to Charles. I'm not 100% on that but I looked into that connection and there were records and a trail for them both in Wales coming to the FOD...

This is interesting tho and I haven't come across this record before...

FOD records - Baptism at Littledean - 29 June 1916
Parents Surname: SMITH
Childs Forenames: Lovell Glendowel
Father's Surnames: James (occupation: Miner)
Mother's Forename : Olive
Residence: High St. Cinderford
Event: baptism
born May 4 1900 (? should this be 1906)

I'm pretty certain that the Fathers forename mentioned above refers to James Smith (b.1842 d.1912) who is the father of Albert Smith (b1868 d1891 Runcorn), Olive's father i.e. his great grandfather who bought him up.

Lovells birthday was 4 May 1906 so it must be a transcription error. :-)

Lovell G SMITH

by m p griffiths @, Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 08:16 (2864 days ago) @ Lawrencef

As Lovell Glendower SMITH birth was registered in Cheltenham District and born Cheltenham 1911 census - was Olive in service there? Cheltenham College had a Military past
- one of only two school (the other being Eton) to have its own military colours.


e.g.

London Gazette 1906

'Cadet Corps - Cheltenham College - 2nd Volunteer Battalion the Gloucestershire Regiment - William Nassau Weech, Gentleman, to be 2nd Lt - 28 March 1906'


- and Lovell Glendower seems an unusual name to give a child, and some 'unmarried girls' did give their child part of the father's name.

Lovell Glendower SMITH 1906 Cheltenham - REED CORDY

by slowhands, proud of his ancient Dean Forest roots, Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 08:50 (2864 days ago) @ m p griffiths


- and Lovell Glendower seems an unusual name to give a child, and some 'unmarried girls' did give their child part of the father's name.


My lateral idea is that maybe the inspiration was Owen Glendower - the Welsh Prince from the time of Henry IV....


... and then an "interesting" FoD / Cheltenham / USA nugget ( Napoleon and battles ?)....

http://www.forum.forest-of-dean.net/index.php?id=23442

Name: Alfred Shaw Cordy & Eva Annie Reed
Date of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar 1902
Registration district: Westbury on Severn
Inferred County: Gloucestershire
Volume Number: 6a
Page Number: 473

Name: Hannibal Napoleon D T A Cordy
Date of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep 1902
Registration district: Cheltenham
Inferred County: Gloucestershire
Volume: 6a
Page: 463

CORDY Hannibal N D
CORDY REED
1902 Cheltenham Cheltenham, Cheltenham 10A 186

Name: Duval Alfred L Cordy {Lovell ?}
Date of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar 1906
Registration district: Westbury on Severn
Inferred County: Gloucestershire
Volume: 6a
Page: 304

transatlantic travel
Eva Cordy 30 abt 1879 3 Oct 1909 New York, New York, United States Liverpool, England and Queenstown, Ireland
Napoleon Cordy 6 abt 1903 3 Oct 1909 New York, New York, United States Liverpool, England and Queenstown, Ireland
Marengo Cordy 4 abt 1905 3 Oct 1909 New York, New York, United States Liverpool, England and Queenstown, Ireland
Lovell Cordy 2 abt 1907 3 Oct 1909 New York, New York, United States Liverpool, England and Queenstown, Ireland

Alfred Cordy 19 abt 1910 1 Jun 1929 New York, New York, United States Southampton, England

1911
Eva Annie Cordy 32 Forest of Dean
Napoleon Cordy 8 Glos
Marengo Cordy 6 Glos
Lovell Cordy 5 Glos

Name: Alfred Claude M Cordy
Date of Registration: Apr-May-Jun 1915
Registration district: Westbury on Severn
Inferred County: Gloucestershire
Volume: 6a
Page: 314


1930 Los Angeles California
Lovell D Cordy 1906

1930
Eva A Cordy city, Los Angeles, California abt 1881 England

1940 Berenice Place Los Angeles California
Napoleon Cordy 37
Agnis Cordy 36

1940 Berenice Place Los Angeles, California
Eva Cordy 60 Widowed
Alfred Corday 35

1956 death
Eva Annie Cordy date location dd mm 1956 Los Angeles

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1891 REED family
George Reece abt 1851 Ruardean, Gloucestershire, England Head East Dean, Gloucestershire
Amilia Reece abt 1853 Ruardean, Gloucestershire, England Wife East Dean, Gloucestershire
Eva A Reece G abt 1878 Drybrook, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
Gertrude Reece abt 1881 Drybrook, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
Sala V Reece abt 1882 Drybrook, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
George E Reece abt 1885 Drybrook, Gloucestershire, England Son East Dean, Gloucestershire
Lily A Reece abt 1887 Drybrook, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
Benie A Reece abt 1889 Drybrook, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
Edith I Reece abt 1890 Drybrook, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire


1891 CORDY family
Sarah J Jones abt 1841 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Wife East Dean, Gloucestershire
Alfred Jones abt 1866 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Son East Dean, Gloucestershire
James S Jones abt 1872 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Son East Dean, Gloucestershire
Janett Jones abt 1874 Midlands, Maryland, United States Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
Christiana Jones abt 1878 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
Harry Jones abt 1880 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Son East Dean, Gloucestershire


1881
Sarah Jane Cordy abt 1841 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Head Westbury on Severn - East Dean, Gloucestershire
Archibald Cordy abt 1865 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Son Westbury on Severn - East Dean, Gloucestershire
Alfred Cordy abt 1868 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Son Westbury on Severn - East Dean, Gloucestershire
Laura Cordy abt 1870 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Daughter Westbury on Severn - East Dean, Gloucestershire
James Lovel Cordy abt 1872 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Son Westbury on Severn - East Dean, Gloucestershire
Janet Cordy abt 1874 Midland Mine, Gloucestershire, England Daughter Westbury on Severn - East Dean, Gloucestershire
Mary Ann Cordy abt 1876 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Daughter Westbury on Severn - East Dean, Gloucestershire
Christina Cordy abt 1878 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Daughter Westbury on Severn - East Dean, Gloucestershire
Harry Cordy East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Son Westbury on Severn - East Dean, Gloucestershire

Name: James Lovel Cordy
Date of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar 1872
Registration district: Westbury on Severn
Inferred County: Gloucestershire
Volume: 6a
Page: 252


CORDY James Lovel
CORDY COOK
1872 Forest of Dean Westbury on Severn, Newnham 33 473


1871 Upper Bilson
Alfred Cordy 30 Nymsfield
Jane Cordy 30 Cinderford
Archable Cordy 6 Cinderford
Alfred Cordy 6 Cinderford
Laura Cordy 1 Cinderford

Name: Alfred Cordy & Jane Cook
Date of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep 1862
Registration district: Westbury on Severn
Inferred County: Gloucestershire
Volume Number: 6a
Page Number: 383

1861
James Cook abt 1816 Little Dean, Gloucestershire, England Head East Dean, Gloucestershire
Hannah Cook abt 1819 Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire, England Wife East Dean, Gloucestershire
Mary Cook abt 1850 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
Elizabeth Cook abt 1843 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
Thomas Cook abt 1845 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Son East Dean, Gloucestershire
Oliver Cook abt 1853 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Son East Dean, Gloucestershire
Jesse Gwinell abt 1820 Stanley St Leonards, Gloucestershire, England Lodger East Dean, Gloucestershire
Alfred Cordy abt 1841 Wymphsfied, Gloucestershire, England Lodger East Dean, Gloucestershire

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Lovell Glendower SMITH 1906 Cheltenham

by Lawrencef ⌂ @, Trentham, Australia, Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 11:17 (2864 days ago) @ slowhands

I find that really curious and will investigate further... Thanks Slowhands...

Lovell Glendower SMITH 1906 Cheltenham - REED GOODE ?

by slowhands, proud of his ancient Dean Forest roots, Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 18:50 (2863 days ago) @ slowhands


1891 REED family
George Reece abt 1851 Ruardean, Gloucestershire, England Head East Dean, Gloucestershire
Amilia Reece abt 1853 Ruardean, Gloucestershire, England Wife East Dean, Gloucestershire
Eva A Reece G abt 1878 Drybrook, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
Gertrude Reece abt 1881 Drybrook, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
Sala V Reece abt 1882 Drybrook, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
George E Reece abt 1885 Drybrook, Gloucestershire, England Son East Dean, Gloucestershire
Lily A Reece abt 1887 Drybrook, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
Benie A Reece abt 1889 Drybrook, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
Edith I Reece abt 1890 Drybrook, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire

Knowing that you have a GOODE Mitcheldean connection already .....


1881
George Reed abt 1851 East Dean Head Westbury on Severn - East Dean, Gloucestershire
Amelia Reed abt 1853 East Dean Wife Westbury on Severn - East Dean, Gloucestershire
Lily Ada Reed abt 1877 East Dean Daughter Westbury on Severn - East Dean, Gloucestershire
Eva Annie Reed abt 1879 East Dean Daughter Westbury on Severn - East Dean, Gloucestershire
Gertrude E. Reed East Dean Daughter Westbury on Severn - East Dean, Gloucestershire

READ George
GOODE Amelia
Cheltenham Cheltenham Register Office
1880 20 82

1871
Isaiah Reed 53
Elizabeth Reed 51
Isaiah Reed 22
George Reed 20
Benjaman Reed 16
Elizah Reed 15
Emma Reed 8
Mary Ann Sleeman 24
William Sleeman 4


1871
Amelia Goode abt 1852 Ruardon, Gloucestershire, England Servant Lambeth St Mary, Surrey

Year: 1852
Month: Nov
Day: 14
Parents_Surname: GOOD
Child_Forenames: Amelia
Fathers_Forenames: Richard
Mothers_Forenames: Amelia
Mothers_Surname:
Residence: Ruardean
Occupation: Collier
Officiating_Minister: William Penfold
Event: Baptism
Memoranda:
Notes:
Register_Reference: P275 IN 1/7
Page_Number: 153
Parish_Chapel: Ruardean


1851
Richard Good abt 1818 Ruardean, Gloucestershire, England Head Ruardean, Gloucestershire
Amelia Good abt 1821 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Wife Ruardean, Gloucestershire
Ann Good abt 1846 Ruardean, Gloucestershire, England Daughter Ruardean, Gloucestershire
Susannah Good abt 1848 Ruardean, Gloucestershire, England Daughter Ruardean, Gloucestershire
Richard Good abt 1850 Ruardean, Gloucestershire, England Son Ruardean, Gloucestershire
George Meck abt 1841 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Stepson Ruardean, Gloucestershire

Richard GOOD and Amelia MEEK
http://www.forum.forest-of-dean.net/index.php?id=13292

Year: 1817
Month: Apr
Day: 13
Parents_Surname: GOODE
Child_Forenames: Richard
Fathers_Forenames: James
Mothers_Forenames: Ann
Mothers_Surname: GOODE
Residence: Ruerdean [Ruardean]
Occupation: Collier
Officiating_Minister: T. D. Fosbrooke Min[iste]r
Event: Baptism
Memoranda: illegitimate son of
Notes: May also be known as Hannets
Register_Reference: P275 IN 1/7
Page_Number: 26
Parish_Chapel: Ruardean

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Year: 1850
Month: Oct
Day: 20
Parents_Surname: READ
Child_Forenames: George
Fathers_Forenames: Isaiah
Mothers_Forenames: Elizabeth
Mothers_Surname:
Residence: Ruardean HILL
Occupation: Collier
Officiating_Minister: H G Nicholls
Event: Baptism
Memoranda:
Notes:
Register_Reference: P109 IN 1/2
Page_Number: 95
Parish_Chapel: Drybrook

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Duval Alfred Lovell CORDY 1906 - 1981

by arriano @, Tuesday, December 18, 2012, 02:45 (2844 days ago) @ slowhands

Hannibal Napoleon David Thomas Alfred ("Nap") Cordy was my grandfather, and his brother was Duval Alfred Lovell Cordy, who family and friends called Lovell. He was named after his uncle, James Lovell Cordy. But I do not know how Lovell became a family name.

Duval Alfred Lovell CORDY 1906 - 1981

by Lawrencef ⌂ @, Trentham, Australia, Thursday, December 27, 2012, 10:03 (2835 days ago) @ arriano

Hi, Sorry about the delay in replying, we've moved 9000km and resettled so the internet has been patchy.

If anyone on this list does genetic genealogy then you can serarch against my dna at http://www.gedmatch.com/ my id is f230110

I won't have the Lovell DNA myself, as he is my great uncle but I'd be interested in hearing of any matches from the FOD regardless.

I suspect that Lovell got the Glendower in his name from his unknown father as well as neither name is common in the family tree...

Ciao

Lawrence

Hannibal Napoleon CORDY, baby PHOTO

by Jefff @, West London, Middlesex, Monday, September 09, 2013, 17:36 (2578 days ago) @ arriano

Hi arriano,
I do hope you read this, I see you've not visited the forum for a month or so.
While browsing the internet I've just come across a superb original photo of Hannibal "aged 7 weeks", wearing what may be his Christening gown, posed with a young lady presumably his mother. The photo is a Studio portrait by a "High Street Cinderford" photographer, I was searching for items re my home town when I chanced upon this. The photo is not mine in any way whatsoever, if twere I would post it on the website. I hope this might interest you ?, if so please ask and I can send you details, it is available to purchase (not from me or anyone to do with me).

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Question to the site's Administrators.

During my internet travels I often find old photos advertised to purchase, often quite inexpensive, which are relevant to the people of the Forest. I think it very sad such heirlooms are detached from their rightful family and always want to try to reunite them, or at least have them displayed on this site's Photos pages for all to enjoy. I suspect other forum users have found themselves in this position too. The photo of WW1 soldier Edmund Vimpany was a recent case in point.
However I know this forum clearly isn't intended as a trading post, so I'm unsure how to treat such items when found. In the case of Nap Cordy this great forum has enabled me to easily find a clear descendant, but usually it's not this easy by far. I hope this post is considered acceptable.

Please can someone clarify how, if at all, such "lost" family items may be broached on the forum ?.
Perhaps the website would like me to forward details of such finds to the administrators, with a view to your perhaps purchasing them yourselves for the Photo Gallery ?

Thankyou, Jeff.

Hannibal Napoleon CORDY, baby PHOTO

by Lawrencef ⌂ @, Trentham, Australia, Tuesday, September 10, 2013, 01:18 (2578 days ago) @ Jefff

Hi

Not sure of the etiquette on the forum re: photos. Slowhands or one of the admins might be able to give us a better idea of what to do.

If you set up an account with one of the following you can (with some of these services password protect them), giving access to FOD members by request. That would protect you against spurious copyright claims.


http://www.expono.com/
http://www.snapshack.net/
http://photie.com/
http://www.personalgrid.com/
http://tinyalbum.com/
http://www.zoomorama.com/
http://72photos.com/
http://drop.io/
http://www.imageloop.com/
http://www.shareapic.net/
http://www.dphoto.com/
http://www.bayimg.com/
http://www.imagehost.ro/
http://www.flickr.com/

I would be very interested in seeing the photo as there is a chance that there is a connection to my ancestor Lovell Glendower Smith (later he changed his surname to Tresham). You could email it to me lawrence.finn AT gmail.com if you like?

Hannibal Napoleon CORDY, baby PHOTO

by Jefff @, West London, Middlesex, Tuesday, September 10, 2013, 02:14 (2578 days ago) @ Lawrencef

Hi Laurence, thanks for your full reply, as you say I'm sure one of the forum mods will advise. May I suggest you don't post your full private email on any public forums such as this, you may easily attract undesirable spam mail or even virus attacks. I can email you confidentially to your inbox by clicking your blue username/envelope icon, I'll do so now re the photo, ditto arriano.
Thanks again, Jeff

Hannibal Napoleon CORDY, baby PHOTO

by Lawrencef ⌂ @, Trentham, Australia, Tuesday, September 10, 2013, 03:13 (2578 days ago) @ Jefff

Thanks,

Never fear that's my gmail catch all spam account. I only use it for things where I may end up being spammed. :-)

Have you seen the photo of Lovell Glendower Tresham (Smith)? http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/scripts/PhotoSearchItemDetail.asp?M=0&B=8852616&...

Let me know if there appears to be anything familiar in his face!

Cheers

Lawrence

Hannibal Napoleon CORDY, baby PHOTO

by admin2 @, Tuesday, September 10, 2013, 08:14 (2578 days ago) @ Jefff

We have to be careful not to breach copyright and of course this is not a "pay to use" site so our funds are very carefully spent keeping the site running, and acquiring access to records that have the widest appeal. Now if there were more donations then the Trust would be better able to consider such investment.

Alfred JAMES / SHAW CORDY 1841 -1913 Nymphsfield

by slowhands, proud of his ancient Dean Forest roots, Tuesday, December 18, 2012, 06:53 (2844 days ago) @ slowhands

1861
James Cook abt 1816 Little Dean, Gloucestershire, England Head East Dean, Gloucestershire
Hannah Cook abt 1819 Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire, England Wife East Dean, Gloucestershire
Mary Cook abt 1850 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
Elizabeth Cook abt 1843 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
Thomas Cook abt 1845 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Son East Dean, Gloucestershire
Oliver Cook abt 1853 East Dean, Gloucestershire, England Son East Dean, Gloucestershire
Jesse Gwinell abt 1820 Stanley St Leonards, Gloucestershire, England Lodger East Dean, Gloucestershire
Alfred Cordy abt 1841 Wymphsfied, Gloucestershire, England Lodger East Dean, Gloucestershire


Alfred Shaw CORDY of Lower High St Cinderford
died 13 march 1913 probate Gloucester
29 october to Hnery Jenkins rtd ironmonger
and Moses Harris Innkeeper Effects £448 16s

Name: Alfred Cordy
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1842
Date of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar 1913
Age at Death: 71
Registration district: Westbury on Severn
Inferred County: Gloucestershire
Volume: 6a
Page: 377

1911 Lower High Street, Cinderford, Gloucestershire
Alfred Shaw Cordy 70 Widowed
William Charles Leech 28
Hazel Janetta Leech

1901
Alfred Cordy abt 1841 Gloucestershire, England Head East Dean, Gloucestershire
Jane Cordy abt 1841 Gloucestershire, England Wife East Dean, Gloucestershire
Janet Cordy abt 1874 Mary Land, United States Daughter East Dean, Gloucestershire
Loura Jones abt 1893 Cinderford, Gloucestershire, England Granddaughter East Dean, Gloucestershire


1891
Elizabeth Cordy abt 1813 Stroud, London, England Head Coaley, Gloucestershire
Emily J Smith abt 1843 Nympsfield, Gloucestershire, England Daughter Coaley, Gloucestershire
Blanche A J Smith abt 1873 Coaley, Gloucestershire, England Granddaughter Coaley, Gloucestershire
Milly T Smith abt 1883 Coaley, Gloucestershire, England Granddaughter Coaley, Gloucestershire
Alfred Cordy abt 1841 Nympsfield, Gloucestershire, England Son Coaley, Gloucestershire


1871 Upper Bilson Cinderford
Alfred Cordy 30 Nymphsfield
Jane Cordy 30
Archable Cordy 6
Alfred Cordy 6
Laura Cordy 1


1851
Thomas Cordy abt 1784 Tortworth, Gloucestershire, England Head Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire Farrier
Elizabeth Cordy abt 1784 Tortworth, Gloucestershire, England Wife Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire
Betsey Shaw abt 1816 London, England Niece Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire
Henry Shaw abt 1837 Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire, England Son Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire
Alfred Shaw abt 1841 Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire, England Son Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire
Emma Shaw abt 1843 Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire, England Daughter Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire


1841
Thomas Cordy abt 1784 Gloucestershire, England Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire
Betty Cordy abt 1784 Gloucestershire, England Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire
Betsy Show abt 1815 Gloucestershire, England Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire
Julia James abt 1833 Gloucestershire, England Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire
Sarah James abt 1834 Gloucestershire, England Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire
Henry James abt 1837 Gloucestershire, England Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire
Alfred James abt 1840 Gloucestershire, England Nymphsfield, Gloucestershire

Name: Alfred James Cordy
Date of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar 1841
Registration district: Dursley
Inferred County: Gloucestershire
Volume: 11
Page: 325


I suspect that William CORDY Yeoman is Thomas' father


MARRIAGE: 29 Jan 1772 at Berkeley

GROOM BRIDE

NAME: William CORDY Sarah JAMES
ABODE: Berkeley Berkeley
WITNESSES:

Thos James, Wm Turner

To be verified from Ancestry

Thomas CORDY was born 1783-1784 in Tortworth, Gloucestershire, England, and died Oct 1867-Dec 1867 in Registration District Of Dursley, England. He was the son of 2. William CORDY and 3. Sarah JAMES. He married Mary TILL 26 Nov 1816 in St.Leonard's Church, Tortworth, Gloucestershire, England. She was born Bef 1795, and died Bef 1827. He married Elizabeth PEGLER 26 Apr 1827 in Nympsfield, Gloucestershire, England. She was born 1783-1784 in , Tortworth, Gloucestershire, England, and died After 1851. He married Betsy SHAW. She was born Cal 1812-1813 in London, Middlesex, England, and died Jul 1892-Sep 1892 in Registration District Of Dursley, England.

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Thomas CORDY/Elizabeth SHAW

by m p griffiths @, Tuesday, December 18, 2012, 07:52 (2844 days ago) @ slowhands

Gloucestershirebdm

Marriage at Gloucester St Michael 1864

Thomas CORDY married Betsy SHAW

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Gloucestershire Baptism Index CD - from 1817

Nympsfield St Bartholomew


Julia James SHAW - 10 March 1833, da of Elizabeth
Sarah James SHAW - 11 May 1834, da of Elizabeth
Henry James SHAW - 5 March 1837, da of Elizabeth


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Gloucestershire Marriage Index CD

Marriage at Tortworth - 265 November 1816


Thomas CORDY of Berkeley
married
Mary TILL

26 November 1816

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Baptism at Bisley - 26 July 1818

Thomas Till CORDY 3w - address Deriards - Thomas (farmer) & Mary


Baptisms at Horsley St Martin

Frances Till CORDY - 12 February 1820 - Thomas (pig killer) and Mary

Thomas CORDY - 31 January 1822 - Thomas (pig killer) and Mary

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Burial at Horsley - 13 October 1822

Mary CORDY - age 39


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Thomas CORDEY (Wdr) - married Elizabeth PEGLER, 26 April 1827 - Nympsfield

Littledean Independent Chapel

by slowhands, proud of his ancient Dean Forest roots, Monday, November 26, 2012, 10:44 (2866 days ago) @ Lawrencef

Can anyone tell me if the Littledean Independent Chapel still exists and if not can you explain where it was located?

Regards and thanks in advance...


The "independent" church is located at :- (90% sure)

Littledean United Reformed Church,
8 Broad Street,
Littledean, Gloucestershire.

This "may" well be the one that you are looking for. http://churchdb.gukutils.org.uk/GLS742.php


http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/en-354142-united-reformed-church-littledean-glouce

Littledean Non-conformity
http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=23258#s9


Year: 1914
Month: Dec
Day: 14
Grooms_Surname: MILLARD
Grooms_Forenames: Samuel
Grooms_Age: 56
Groom_Condition: Widower
Grooms_Occupation: Commercial Traveller
Grooms_Residence: GloucesterGlos
Grooms_Fathers_Surname:
Grooms_Fathers_Forenames:
Grooms_Fathers_Occupation:
Brides_Surname: BEALE
Brides_Forenames: Olive
Brides_Age: 30
Brides_Condition: Widow
Brides_Occupation:
Brides_Residence: CinderfordGlos
Brides_Fathers_Surname:
Brides_Fathers_Forenames:
Brides_Fathers_Occupation:
Licence_or_Banns:
Date_of_Banns:
Signature_or_Mark:
Witness_1: John J. Clarredge
Witness_2:
Other_Witnesses:
Officiating_Minister: T.E. Buck
Event: Marriage
Memoranda:
Notes:
Register_Reference: D6514 1/2
Page_Number: 6
Parish_Chapel: Littledean Independent

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Littledean Independent Chapel

by Lawrencef ⌂ @, Trentham, Australia, Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 01:52 (2864 days ago) @ slowhands

Thanks Slowhands,

I did visit that church when I was over recently and could find nothing of relevence in the yard. So pleased that you have confirmed that I probably found the right one :-)

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