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I see Purefire are coming to your church this Saturday 2012-02-21 09:38:17
Hello!  I see Purefire are coming to your church this Saturday.  I can't find any other information about it.  Is there any meetings open to those outside your congregation!  I just wanted to take any opportunity that Purefire were South West!  Blessings.
Miriam, Plymouth
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I am trying to trace my family tree 2012-02-19 09:39:27
I am trying to trace my family tree (Mayled). I know that David Mayled ( Born 1853-died? 1945) married Sarah Maddock (Born 1863-died 1955) I know that david mayled wast to the best of my knowledge born in Creech st Michael and I have no other details . I would be very interested if anyone has any information regarding them in particular David's parents. I know they had childern Lilly, Arthur and  Henry. I belive Arthur was born in approx 1896 and died in infancy but again I have drawn a blank about him and when he died and what he died of  -any information would be very much appreciated.
Regards Anthony, Chester
Reply Andrew mayled 2013-03-22 10:09:47
Hi im a mayled in south wales. There are a few of us in south wales. I no my uncle ken mayled is currently tracing our family tree. I think there are maybe 8 in the cardiff region although im not related to all. I was under the impression that our name came from parts of cornwall but have never been able to confirm this.
Reply Kevin Jones 2012-02-17 18:58:47
Anthony
I have further info for you can you contact me. my phone no is 029 20549415, I am away last weeks in February. I think Henry David actually lived in Maesteg,Mid Glamorgan in early 1900's, probably died there as well.

Regards, Kevin
Reply anthony mayled 2012-01-08 22:01:56
Hi Kevin, sorry in the delay in getting back to you, where does the time go- if you can give me any further information I will gladly share with you what information I have
regards
Anthony
Reply Hi Anthony 2011-11-03 19:12:24
If you email me I will supply further information on the South Wales Mayleds
I am away until end of November

Regards Kevin
Reply Anthony Mayled 2011-10-30 21:25:10
many thanks - I am all of a sudden realising how complicated tracing family history can be!
I know that Dora and Edna Mayled live still in the outskirts of cardiff and are cosuins of my father george mayled-who lived in Dinas powys- I am wondering where you fall into the Mayled Dynasty , and any details you can provide would be useful
Kind Regards
Anthony Mayled
Reply k jones 2011-10-02 17:17:05
A cousin of my gg father(Charles Mayled born in 1848) was Henry David Mayled whe was the son of Amelia and Thomas Mayled of Creech St Michael) Like his father Henry David was a stone mason and probably followed his cousins to South East Wales. He was living in the parish of Mynyddislwyn,Newport. According to the 1891 census he was 36. His wife was Sarah who was a Maddock fron=m Creech St Michael. Also at the same time Henry David's brother - Jessie lived in the same area. You mentioned that he died in 1945. I have often wondered what happened to this other welsh connection. Regards, Kevin, Cardiff
Reply Anthony Mayled 2011-09-29 21:29:15
many thanks I will look at the census to seen if these are indeed part of my family--its a real challenge!
many thanks Anthony
Reply Eric Chown 2011-09-28 18:04:47
Hi Anthony,
As it happens I was standing in the creech churchyard (I am up dating the records) and was within 5 metres of the Mayled grave when your message appeared on the website. The inscription on the ornate headstone basically states that Amelia wife of Thomas MAYLED of this parish, died 19th Aug 1885 aged 65. And her husband Thomas Mayled, died 27 Jan 1887 aged 72. This means that they both should appear on the 1881census and those of previous years, which may give their children.
Their are a few MADDOCK graves also in the churchyard. Whether any of this fits into your tree only you can tell.
There are five Mayled's, which is not a common name, in the local telephone directory.
I hope this helps, family history will often have gaps that we can seldom fill.
Regards
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Does anyone have pictures of the old Baptist Church, the school, general village views, etc 2012-02-15 11:35:31
The creech st Michael Monday and Thusday Art Groups are holding another Exhibition at Tunton Library later this year. We would be grateful if anyone has any old photograph of village life in days gone by. We are especially interested in pictures of the old Baptist Church, the school, general village views etc and would be grateful for your help. The photographs would be scanned and returned immediately. Many thanks.
Carol, Creech St Michael
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Ann Wyburn and her son, James Wyburn 2012-02-12 13:04:05
Two of my ancestors lived in Creech St. Michael at the end of the 19th century.
I am not sure when they died, so I am writing to ask for your counsel on how I might find their death dates.
Ann Wyburn was alive in the 1881 census but not in the 1891 census, and her son, James Wyburn, was alive in the 1891 census but apparently not in the 1901 census.
Thank you! Douglas Watkins
Reply Helen 2012-02-12 10:56:28
Douglas, have just seen your post on this site, please conatct me on the above email as I think we share ancestors, and I have a lot of information on the family, as probably you do too! Please email me back.
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Are there a reasonable number of oil users in Creech or do you all have mains gas? 2012-02-06 10:31:14
I have recently discovered a club where villages can band together to order oil deliveries, so cutting the costs. It negotiates the prices with the oil co's. I'm interested in following this up. Are there a reasonable number of oil users in Creech or do you all have mains gas? Here in Langaller we are oil dependent!
Julie, Langaller
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