Richard GEORGE was born 1841 in Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, England. He married Dinah WRAY bet. April and June, 1876 in Stone District, Staffordshire, England. He died UNKNOWN. Dinah WRAY was born abt. 1845 in Hanley, Staffordshire, England. She died UNKNOWN.

Children of Richard GEORGE and Dinah WRAY are:
1. Ada GEORGE, b. bet. April and June, 1877

Other Marriages/Unions for Richard GEORGE:
See Richard GEORGE & Emma KNIBBS

Notes for Richard GEORGE:

We can see Richard GEORGE, Inn Keeper living at 21 Stafford St "Star Inn", Stone, Stafford, England in 1881 with his second wife Dinah. His first wife Emma Knibbs died in 1875 at the time their daughter Emma was born.
Richard GEORGE Head Mar 40 Inn Keeper Buckingham
Dinah GEORGE Wife Mar 36 Hanley Stafford
Mary SERVICE Sister 40 Hanley Stafford

Richard's daughter was staying with her maternal grandparents, Isaac and Mary Judd.

The Star Inn is still operating and lies approximately at the half way point on the Trent and Mersey canal. The first mention of The Star selling ale is in 1568. The original cottage and outbuildings were used by the slaughter men to the local Priory, but when Henry VIII closed the Churches and Monasteries, the landowner went out of business, so he turned to brewing. About 1824 a full licence was granted to the then landlord so that he could "provide the boatmen with spirits for medicinal purposes" as The Star was the only canal side pub on the Trent and Mersey at that time.
The current owners, Wolverhampton and Dudley Breweries, extended The Star to its current size, but have left the original grade II listed bar as it was.

Sources for Richard GEORGE:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Fringford,
  2. 1881 British Census,

Notes for Dinah WRAY:

Sources for Dinah WRAY:

  1. 1881 British Census,

Notes for Ada GEORGE:

Sources for Ada GEORGE:

  1., England & Wales, Death Index: 1837-1983