PRICE childrens births in Burrington

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Patriciafrom QLD
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The England 1851 census has Charles PRICE aged 44, Farmer, his wife Sara PRICE (nee Sheriff) aged 34 living in the township of Fawley with their children Thomas Sheriff aged 11, Sarah & Jane, twins aged 10, Charles Henry aged 9, John aged 7 & Rosalama aged 2 years at their farm 20 Much Fawley.          Public Record office Reference H.O. 107 1977 folio 192 page 7. Charles & Sarah dates of birth are certain.                   Charles (Chas) 27 Nov 1805 Montgomery, Lydeham -  Sarah 8 Sept 1816 Wigmore, Herefordshire.  They were married 27 July 1838 in Bucknell, Shropshire.                                              The England 1851 census has listed the PRICE children 'Where Born' as Hereford, Burrington.  Thomas Sheriff born Sept 1839 -Twins Jane & Sarah born March 1841, Charles Henry born June 1842, John born March 1844, Rosalama born Sept 1848. I believed the children were born in Ludlow. There were so many churches and so many boundary changes I cannot find their birth/baptism records. They were Anglican and Charles (Chas) PRICE father John PRICE 1766-1843 and his grandfather Job PRICE are buried in a family tomb in St James Church graveyard in Staunton, now Gloucestershire. I would most appreciate someone with knowledge of the historical Burrington boundary changes about 1838 - 1849 for  and which district church name registers I should search. My GGGG grandfather's chest tomb  monumental inscription in St James,Staunton reads "Of this district) which in 1807 was Worcestershire. My GGG grandfather John PRICE monumental inscription reads "Late of Ryale" which is now known as Ryall. Please help I need a County and District and Civil Parish.  Patricia   


Michael J Hulme
Last seen: 3 hours 11 min ago
Joined: Saturday, 4-06-2011

Hello Patricia

I'm not sure whether you have located Much Fawley on the map but you can see it on Bing Maps
from where you can zoom out to see the wider area.

You can see the same location on an old map from about 1900 on the National Library of Scotland web site.

You can also see the same location in more detail using this link then click on the 1888 or 1904 thumbnails at the top right.