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red mail WALTON John 1654
John Walton born 1654 (Oct) Broseley, Shropshire. I have his life info but missing the date of his burial.
red mail William Jones 1821 - Broseley
Looking for any information on William Jones 1821 from Broseley, A farm labourer, father of William Jones 1856 and John Jones 1861(my GGGrandad)both born Broseley. i cannot find any information on William Jones 1821 wife! Who i believe died around John Jones 1861 birth! on 1861 Census i cannot find either William 1821 or William 1856, John 1861 is with his grandparents at Ferney bank Madeley. on 1871 Census the family are together in Sedgley, Dudley. William Jones 1821 parents - Andrew Jones 1787-1841 & Mary Morgan 1787 married ST Leonards Broseley 1820. thanks Wendy
red mail Walker
I am researching the Walker Family William Walker D.O.B 1831 Wolverhampton.Wife Ann.D.o.B. 1826.Broseley. Most of the Children were born in Benthall and Broseley. one Son John was born in Wolverhampton D.O.B 1857. John Married Jessie.E.M.Dorsett John and Jessie had several children. One Daughter Married into the Hatton Family. Same Hatton family a Daughter, of the Harvey family Married into. I have some information I am willing to share. But I need more On the William Walker Side. and Ann Surname unknown
red mail Harvey
Looking for more information on Abraham Harvey and Wife Ann Higgins Abraham DOB. 1827.Benthall. Ann D.0.B.1833.Broseley. I have the list of their children.But need more on their backgrounds. I am willing to share all information I have This would lead me to the Hatton Family as one of the Grand children married a Hatton
red mail Birch meadow chapel Broseley
If any one has relatives buried here they may be interested to know that during recent work at the former birch meadow chapel human remains have been uncovered. The identity isnt known as no one can locate any records. If any one has any information,it will be much appreciated.
red mail Birch Meadow Chapel Broseley
The birch meadow particular baptist chapel was built around 1803 and closed 1927. A lot of the records were lost,im trying to make a list of the people buried there,do you have any relatives buried at birch meadow chapel,if so id be pleased for any information,thank you.
red mail Parkes and Cook in Dudley
Looking for any info on Joseph Parkes and wife Alice Cook. Married in Dudley in June 1884. Joseph son of Edward Parkes and Alice daughter of Thomas Cook. Am struggling to trace names of mothers. Joseph and Alice had a daughter Elizabeth Ann Parkes born July 1983 in Gornal Wood, Dudley. She married John William Hayes in August 1918. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
red mail Johnson in Bromyard, Worcester or Wolverhampton
Looking for any info on Emma Johnson, born c 1855 in Worcester. Her father was Thomas Johnson, born c 1817 in Bromyard, Herefordshire but struggling to trace her mother's name. Emma married Joseph Hartshorne of Broseley, Shropshire in the 1870's. On the 1881 census she's living with her husband, children and widowed father in Wolverhampton. Are any of these people in your tree? Would love to hear from you. Thanks.
red mail Hayes in West Bromwich
Desperate for info on my great-grandparents Edmund Hayes and Mary Ann Taylor. Living in West Bromwich in 1884 when son John William Hayes was born. Struggling to find their marriage or any confirmed signs on census returns. I keep drawing blanks - can anyone help? Any information would be a real help. Thanks.
red mail Hartshorne
Have traced my ancestors Francis & Eliza Hartshorne to Queens Street, Broseley on the 1851 census. Francis was a confectioner and they had 7 children: Twins Joseph and Benjamin, Elizabeth, Francis, John, Harriet & Clara. Are any of these people connected to you? If so, I'd love to hear from you.

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