The ROWBERRY Family of Warwick
the family of James Nean ROWBERRY. Born in the Bromyard Union House on the 21st March 1861 to Mary NEAL, he later became a coachman and by time of the 1881 census he was using the name of ROWBERRY. By 1890 he had settled in Kenilworth, and some of his descendants remain in the same area today.
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The story of James Nean ROWBERRY and his brother Joseph Neal ROWBERRY, two orphans of Bromyard, and how it was researched.
Last revised: 20th July 2012
© Polly Rubery 2000-2012