Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Brinsop, Herefordshire, Taxes and HenryVIII

From Wills and records of Taxes paid during the Reign of Henry VIII (1491 - 1547) we know that PYMBLE (sometimes spelt PYMBYLL) were resident in Brinsop and nearby Credenhill in the 15th Century.

Unfortuantely Brinsop Parish Records and Bishops Transcripts prior to 1660 do not appear to have survived and as a result we are unable to relate all of the named individuals one to another.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Waterloo Medal 1815

Waterloo medal roll 1815 database © Naval and Military Press Ltd 2006.

Regiment: 7th (or QUEENS OWN) HUSSARS
Last name: Pimble
First name(s): Chas
Rank: Private

In the absence of other details I am not at the moment able to say where Charles originated. Do any PIMBLE family members have any family stories about such an individual?


1911 UK Census is released

I have downloaded the brief outline details of the PIMBLE / PYMBLE families who appear on the 1911 UK census to add to the others I have for 1841 through to 1901. I'm only selectively downloading the images at the moment in view of the high cost. However I do know the make up of each household so if you have any questions, feel free to contact me.

One of the few images I have downloaded is the PYMBLE family at 18 Perseverance Road, Hereford. This includes Frances James subject of my last posting to the blog.