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The Nursery


Where was this? I have found this as an address at a burial at St Mary's in 1903 and again in the 1871 census. Can anyone help please? I don't know Ross very well and live some distance away. Regards, Linda
Researching, Gardner, Gwatkin and Davis/Davies families.
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Comment of pat butler:
The Nursery was a road leading from 5 ways to bottom of Edde Cross Street. ... show moreI spent from 1940 to 1952 there hope this helps
Added at: 2011-02-07 13:14

Comment of Mike Ebert:
Above information correct. I lived there 1956-62 and live nearby now.
Added at: 2014-01-03 23:56

Comment of Trish Johnson :
My grandmother Florence Sarah Church was born at The Nursery at Ross on Wye in 1890 ... show moreand her mother Sarah Ruth Church died at the Nursery a few days later in Feb. 1890. Sarah Church's sister was a matron at the Nursery. I, too would like to know where this Nursery was. I don't think it was a road. It may later have become a road.
Added at: 2017-11-26 05:28

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