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Jones family of Aston
I'm looking for William Jones, married in 1833 to Mary Ann Brittain, his son Charles born 1840 who married Ellen Watkins and his son Herbert Walter born 1870 (all born in Birmingham, probably Aston). In the 1901 census Herbert Walter was living in Willesden London with his wife Annie and children. Any information on that family appreciated.
Bursnell, George
Married Leah White at James the lesser church in Ashted October to December 1894 is anyone Any knowledge of what happened to George or any information about the Whites who lived in Union Terrace nearby
red mail harry vincent
hi can anyone help me I have a harry Vincent in my family tree son of ben/alice Vincent. I have been told of a harry Vincent who owned blue bird toffees coming from the same place as our harry,i was wondering if it is the same person . also still trying to trace alice the mother died 1923 kings Norton worcs maden name bucknall. thanks dee
MORRIS,Birmingham baker
William MORRIS, maybe baptised at St. Phillip's church in 1806,son of James MORRIS,also a baker, and Elizabeth. Arrived in Tasmania,Australia in c. 1827 and married Sarah GOODWIN at St John's church,Launceston,Tasmania 1835. Would like any info. about William's parents and siblings. Please contact me.
Can anyone tell me about the family of my g/g grandparents, William Moss (1835-1914) and his wife Louisa Banks (1833-1918) please. Louisa was born in Staffordshire but I believe they spent most of their married life in Birmingham. In the 1881 they were in Aston and by 1911 in Sparkbrook. Their children were: James Chatwin (bn 1860); Elizabeth (bn 1861, m S Seamark 1889); Mary (bn 1867 m J Jeffery 1908); Margaret Ann, my g/grandmother (bn 1863 m Frank Tomsett 1888); Ramsay Robert (bn 1870.) Charles William (bn 1872); Arthur (bn 1875). Three other sons died in infancy. James, Charles and Arthur married, respectively, Louisa Upton, Ellen Herbert and Emily Wair. I understand that Ramsay lived with Kate Hiley for many years in Cheshire but they couldn't marry as she was already married to someone else. Thank you.
red mail Gladys Regina Lewis Whitehouse
My maternal grandmother born 12 Sept 1911 was illegitimate. No father is named on her birth certificate though the odd middle name suggest he may have been a Lewis. Although it is believed both the father and his family tried to have some involvement in her life my grandmother would never talk of it and destroyed all her own mothers papers including correspondence with the father after her death. She took whatever knowledge she had with her to her grave. Her mother Mary Whitehouse is on the 1911 census at 49 Whitehall Rd Small Heath Birmingham with her mother Sarah and brother Charles I can find no other record of my grandmother apart from the GRO indexes for her birth and marriage in 1937. Are there school or baptismal records available for that part of Birmingham that might enable me to fill in the blanks in her life and perhaps find my elusive great grandfather? Any help much appreciated Regards P
red mail Elizabeth Owen (b.1955)
I am looking for someone who could possibly be my fathers sister. She was born in 1955 to a Mr Owen and Constance Regina Cartwright in Birmingham, Warwickshire. This is all the information I have to go on. If anyone can help with this, Please don't hesitate to get in touch. Thanks
Doris Holmes - nee Smith
I am trying to find information on my maternal grandparents Doris Smith who was married to John Joseph Holmes Doris Holmes passed away at Westheath Hospital at the age of 36 from TB on 5th December 1950 I would love any photos and or information on either her or my grandad John Joseph Holmes , my mother (Doris Smith/Holmes daughter) was only 6-7 when she passed and has never seen a photo so this would be fantastic to find for my mother Thank you in advance
red mail Ann E Arrowsmith(nee Deathridge)
Ann was born in 1942, she married John L Arrowsmith in 1960, I dont know whether John died or whether the marriage broke down, I can't seem to find any records of either. However, Ann did make a second marriage, to a man who's first name was Terry(probably Terrence), but I cannot find a record of the second marriage. There does not seem to be any record of any children of the Arrowsmith did Ann and Terry have children. What I do know is that Ann and her husband became Jehovahs Witnesses. Any help would be appreciated.
MOORE William
William was born in 1880. Father James Moore I have an unwanted copy of this birth certificate If anyone would like this certificate please get in touch
red mail John Davis
John Davis born abt 1835 in Birmingham, a gun finisher,Married Mary Ann "Annie" who was born abt 1840, they had I believe 8 children the earliest Catherine born 1859, so I am assuming I should find a marriage record around 1858. I have him on census from 1961-1901. I have a burial record stating he died 23 april 1920 which I think is correct. I would like to go a bit further back and I think I need to purchase either marriage certificate which would give me his father and Mary Ann's surname (so I can go back a bit further for her too) but I cannot find the record - alternatively I could get his birth certificate but there are about 4 possibilities, without these bits of key information I don't know where to turn - I have looked at the 1951 census and I just cannot confirm which one is definitely my John Davis - I would love someone with a bit more experience to try and help me. thanks

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