The ROWBERRY Family of Scotland

Showing the family of Joseph Neal ROWBERRY. Born in the Bromyard Union House on the 8th January 1864 to Mary NEAL, he was apprenticed to a shoemaker at Upper Sapey but ran away. He finally ended up as a miner in the Scottish coalfields at Prestonpans, where he used the name of ROWBERRY. Here he married and had a large family and many of his descendants still live in Scotland.
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Joseph and James, two orphans of Bromyard The story of James Nean ROWBERRY and his brother Joseph Neal ROWBERRY, two orphans of Bromyard, and how it was researched.

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Last revised: 20th July 2012
Polly Rubery 2000-2012