On August 26, 1726 it was reported in the Taunton Journal that ‘They write from North Bradley, near Trowbridge in Wiltshire, that there was lately found there (hid in a coffer or large box) the body of the Widow Crabb, an ancient woman of that place, who had been bed ridden for several years.’
November 10, 2007 at 4:00 am (Biography, Genealogy)
Tags: Crabb, Dunford, Ecclestone, Edwards, Eyton-Lloyd, Freeston, Gaisford, George, Hardy, Hodson, Horler, House, Peach, Pennell, Rixton, Sanders, Selway, Starr, Tompkins, Warr, Willetts, Wilsher
The following members of my extended tree gave their lives for their Country during the First World War. If you are connected with or have further information on any of them I would be pleased to hear from you.