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red mail name of spouse
looking for information of the spouse of a john shannon, marriage took place in birmingham in 1862 apr may jun quarter would be most grateful for any help with this. thanks ann
red mail vincent
looking for information on a frank Vincent 1901 census he was at blue coat school colmore row Birmingham which was a school for deprived children. he was 12 yrs old.his father was a Benjamin and mother alice.cannot find him after 1901 or where he went.i would like to thank the people who helped me on alice Vincent nee bucknall. I have found her grave in lodge hill Birmingham at long last with her sister hope you help again . regards dee
red mail Osborne Henry
Searching for any relations of my ancestor Henry Osborne b1839 Ravensfield, Yorkshire, dDec.1923 Saltly, Birmingham Wife Elizabeth Gammidge? or Mander
heeks
looking for a death of George HEEKS born 1931 Birmingham died young maybe 1932/3/4 any information would welcome June
Harman birmingham warwickshire uk
Trying to find what happened to the wife of William Harman after 1920 her name being Elizabeth Harman nee Bate born and married in Birmingham,Elizabeth had 2 children within the marriage to William Harman born of Cheltenham gloucestershire but appears they went their seperate ways one would summise .......... any help or family connections of either party would be great due to their great great grandson and Great grandson doing a family tree...............
william harman birmingham uk
I am trying to seek any Harman connections to William Harman whom was born in Cheltenham Gloucestershire in 1896 son of Charles a gas fitter and married in 1914c in Birmingham Warwickshire England to Elizabeth Bate.Where did he go and what happened to him? great great grandson and and great grandson doing family history of their family tree and cannot find or track him after 1920? thank you for any help
Morton
Looking for my cousin Richard Weir Morton, b India in 1916. He workrd with the Birmingham Fire Service before and after WWII. Mike
red mail lodge terrace
I am looking for information on 4 lodge terrace viven rd harborne in 1920who lived there ect or old photo. regarding dee
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 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.
Moss
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.

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