Worcester News 19 February 2015 and in the Hereford Times 20 February 2015 . I wish I could go join them all.
These two articles are virtually identical and both include contact info for event organizer, John Causier. Wouldn't it be great to attend and travel around the area with distant cousins? Just think of all the photos that will be snapped and all the info that will be shared… wouldn't it be fun?… but I'll just have to be content with all the dreams I will have about returning to visit England…. I'll have to settle with contacting the organizer, seeing how we relate, and sending my best wishes for a successful event.
I've posted before about this Sacheverell Causier before. As shown in my line of descent below, I'm descended from 3 consecutive generations of Sacheverell Causier! Actually there were at least 2 more generations of Sacheverell's, just not my line.
We went to England in 2006 and had a wonderful time visiting with fourth cousins I'd found online: one on the Causier line and one on my Ethell line. This photo is from Whitwood and shows an old cornerstone naming James Causier. The year on this stone is illegible, but another stone in the building appeared to be dated 1887 (or possibly 1867). This James is not in my direct line, but is indeed a descendant of Sacheverell. The building is within sight of the church I showed in an earlier post.
Line of Descent
Sacheverell Causier = Betty Astmore
Sacheverell Causier = Elizabeth Wood
Sacheverell Causier = Sarah Hunt
William Causier = Ann Tolley
Charles Causier = Catherine Hughes
John Henry Carr = Ann Matilda Carr
Bertha Maud Carr = BT Hegwer (my grandparents)
Photo by MHD: all rights reserved.