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Looking for descendants of Emma Fry who married Jonas Taylor, England about 1874

Journal by Rockborne38

Emma Fry is the older sister of my great grandmother Ellen, we know she married Jonas Taylor about 1874in Ross, (the district that spans Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Worcester) when she was about 17, had daughters Ada (or Ann) born abt 1875 who married Thomas Moreton, Edith (not sure her birth year) and Nellie(unsure of birth years) sons Thomas born abt 1876, James born abt 1878, and George born about 1880. We know the girls may have been living close to Emma and Jonas in 1916 when my great uncle was on leave from war in France and visited them, but no other details of any of the family and we would love to have some contact with any descendants to add their details to the Fry Family History, most of the siblings of Emma came to Australia in 1874 (James age 24 and Charles age 14) and 1877 (their mother Caroline, and her 2nd husband Arthur Davis, plus children Alfred age 19, George age 14, John age 11, Harry age 9, and Ellen age 7.
Older sister Honora arrived Australia with her husband William in 1885 leaving Emma as the only one of the family remaining England. Please pm me, as I would be happy to establish contact by email if you prefer, would appreciate any contact with descendants.

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on 2010-12-24 15:22:09

My husband and I are interested in tracing the roots of our family and have been doing so since 1956, so we now have about 15+Gb of info on our computer about the families of both of us, and we are interested in making contact with any member of any of the families we are researching to share information, looking also for photos and certificates for any family member to add to our huge files on those families. After all these years they are still a "work in progress" and we would like more please

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