Hopefully, some or all of these wills from Documents Online will give enough clues to establish Robert and Anne’s parents and perhaps any relationship too:
Will of Thomas Hambidge, Yeoman of Icomb , Gloucestershire 06 August 1810 PROB 11/1514 Purchased 17th August 2009
Will of William Hambidge, Gentleman of Icomb , Gloucestershire 21 January 1856 PROB 11/2225 Purchased 17th August 2009
Will of George Hambidge, Farmer of Iccomb , Gloucestershire 12 May 1852 PROB 11/2153 Purchased 17th August 2009
Will of George Hamage or Hambidge, Yeoman of Icombe, Worcestershire 14 June 1704 PROB 11/476 Purchased 17th August 2009
Will of Thomas Hambidge, Yeoman of Gawcomb , Gloucestershire 23 November 1810 PROB 11/1516
Will of William Hambidge, Farmer of Westcott , Gloucestershire 09 January 1846 PROB 11/2029 Purchased 17th August 2009
Will of Richard Hambidge of Leachlade , Gloucestershire 22 April 1851 PROB 11/2130
Will of Charles Hambidge, Gentleman of Fifield , Oxfordshire 24 December 1823 PROB 11/1679
Only one of George and Marjorie's ten children married, their youngest, Ernest Graham. He followed a very different path altogether to his older siblings. Laurence, the fourth son died soon after birth. Charles John, the fifth son, stayed on the farm in...
William, the youngest son, was left the same sum of money as his brother George and by 1861, was farming in Fifield, Oxfordshire where he was still in 1881. He appears several times in the advertisements section of the Jackson's Oxford Journal selling wood at...