History and Information on Mangotsfield in the County of Gloucestershire.

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Some history of Mangotsfield

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Photographs of Mangotsfield

Mangotsfield : Parish Church and Square [c.1907]

Mangotsfield : School and Richmond Road [c.1908]

Mangotsfield : Barley Close Farm

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Genealogy Connections

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Related Newspaper Articles

"A young Mangotsfield woman was found lying dead with a sporting gun by her side at the home of her father, Mr Edgar Webb, of Lodge Farm, Mangotsfield, yesterday morning. She was Mrs. Gladys Dinham [28], wife of Mr. William Edgar Dinham, of Wilks Farm. Doynton. near Bristol. It is stated that about 10 minutes after Mrs Dinham came downstairs to breakfast she went into a room and when Mr. Webb went in to investigate a noise he found his daughter lying on the floor with serious gunshot wounds in the head. There was a gun by her side. Mrs. Dinham had not been well following the birth of a baby about six weeks ago and she had been staying at her father's farm for the past two weeks in order to recuperate."
"Woman's Death at Farm"
Western Daily Press : January 9th 1939 Page 12

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