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Dymock - Wikipedia


Dymock is a small village in the Forest of Dean district of Gloucestershire, England, about four miles south of Ledbury, with a population of approx. 300 people ...

Dymock Community Web site


home of Wallace and Gromit's Stinking Bishop cheese. This is the place to be if you want to know what is happening in Dymock. Many of you, particularly ...

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The latest new release books, bestselling authors, children's books, ebooks and more at Dymocks Online BookStore.

Dymock in the Vale of Leadon Gloucestershire Tour and Tourist ...


Tour and Tourist Information Guide for the Market town of Dymock in the County of Gloucestershire. Little is known of the pre-Roman history of the village of ...

Dymock, Gloucestershire Genealogy Genealogy - FamilySearch Wiki


Jul 5, 2016 ... Guide to Dymock, Gloucestershire ancestry, family history, and genealogy: parish registers, transcripts, census records, birth records, marriage ...

FDP - Visiting the Dymock Area


The parish and village of Dymock, in Gloucestershire, is about halfway between May Hill and the Malvern Hills. The River Leadon runs through the area from ...

Beauchamp Arms DymockBeauchamp Arms Dymock


The Beauchamp Arms Dymock is found on the Gloucestershire / Herefordshire border and is unique in that It's one of the few Parish owned pubs in the country.

Dymock Genealogy Resources & Parish Registers | Gloucestershire


A searchable transcript of Dymock baptism registers. The transcriptions essentially record births in and around Dymock between 1538 and 1790. Details may ...

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Benefice Logo St Mary's Church, Dymock


Dymock in one of nine parishes that make up the United Benefice of the Leadon Vale in the Anglican Diocese of Gloucester, part of the Church of England.