See Local Census Document
of :-

William Grubham

Richard Grubham

Philip Grubham

See Local Census Document
of :-

James Bury


This document was from a local census of the area of Knightwick.

Agberrow was an area on Ankerdine Hill, where in my childhood the Sanatorium Hospital for TB sufferers was situated. After a cure was found for TB the Sanatorium became obsolete and was bought and renamed, The Sunningdale Estate. The entrepreneur who bought it, turned it into a holiday place and the old ward rooms were turned in to chalets. Eventually the place became outmoded and it was again sold. The estate was then modernised, all the old chalets were removed and new houses went up in their place.

This local census document was a great thing to find as it has helped with confirming information I already had and also in providing some new information too.

James and Elizabeth Bury (Berry, the spelling is wrong) Elizabeth nee Passey. They were married in Little Hereford in 1844.
They would have been my great-great grandparents.

Mary Berry b. 1845 - widower, Lives at Bromsgrove. m. William Dunn in June qtr 1870, Bromsgrove.
Fanny Berry b. 1847 - cook at Blockley Rectory. She later lived at *Haywood Cottage, Ankerdine Hill, Knightwick. d. June qtr 1939 aged 91.
Eliza Berry b. 1850 - m. 26th September 1871 to Philip Grubham (These were my great grandparents).
Lucy Berry b. 1854 - m. 9th October, 1877, to George Dunn, Finstall.

*Haywood Cottage was where my grandfather John William Jones and his second wife Mary (nee Davies) (Doman) Jones lived after thet were married.

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