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Morgan, Weaver Families
looking for descendants of MORGAN and WEAVER families from the Dudley Port area 1800 - present day, also in family are the names ARTISS/ARTESS, BLEWITT,RICHARDS,ROBERTS families from same area.
red mail The Oddfellows Arms Dudley. Fred Green
I am looking for photographs of The Oddfellows Arms, Steppingstone Street Dudley. I was born there, and my grandparents - Fred & May Green, kept the pub until it was demolished. I have a newspaper report which says that a cine film was shown on the night the pub closed. Phil
Hind - Arthur 1870
Arthur Richard HIND who married Kate WATMOUGH in Lincoln in 1892 was living in Dudley in 1911. They had 5 children: Herbert Edward, Arthur Watmough, Walter George, Harold Douglas & Frederic Hugh Percival living with them. His profession was a photographer. Does anyone have any information regarding the family. The family lived in Wakefield, Lincoln,West Bromwich Poole and finally Dudley. Thank you in advance for any help anyone can give me.
red mail Thomas Chilton b1840
I am researching my great grandfather Thomas Chilton born in Dudley in 1840.His parents were Joseph Chilton and Hannah, both born in Dudley in 1819.I can trace Thomas on census returns from 1841-81. I know he married Mary Marshall in 1872.There were four children from the marriage,Albert b1874, Florence b1882, George b1885 and Thomas Henry b1893 (my grandfather).I know that he was deceased at the time of my grandfather's marriage in 1916, but am interested to know his whereabouts during the latter part of his life.Can anyone help? Jackie
red mail DUDLEY Michael Anthony Norman
Father was Bernard Dudley who died on 4 February 1982. Bernard was my father's cousin and I would appreciate any details about the family however small. Thankyou.
red mail Court of dudley Port
I am looking for information on my Gt Gt Grandparents Thomas and Priscilla Backhouse. Thomas was a Puddler in Dudley Port. Their address on my Grandmothers birth certificate is given as "Court of Dudley Port". Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Walter Harris
I have found my dad on 1911 census at Dudley Staffordshire with his father James, sisters Lily and Rachel,I would dearly love to hear from any member of this family,where the others are I don't know.
red mail Hotchkiss/Hedgkiss/Hedchkies
I am interested in finding out anything about William Hotchkiss born abt 1842. His father was called George and mother Eliza (maiden name unknown). On one census he is born in Dudley Port, on another in Tipton.
red mail latham/dudley port
Any info on David Latham born Dudley/Dudley Port around 1890 died about 1915.Married Mary Lovell had one child Lilian born 1916.
red mail rowley regis
im looking for info on a timothy homer born about 1890 in rowley regis or tipton his father was john homer and his mother eliza the siblings was john b 1881 jane b1883, ben b 1886, amos b 1888, polly b 1892, and daisy 1897, i know timothy married a sarah ellen thomas from walsall wood in 1922 any info would be appreciated.
red mail Wylie
I am trying to find out more about my great grandmother Annie Wylie's step-father James Wylie. Annie appears to have taken his name after her mother Susan's remarriage. James was a tailor, born in Scotland about 1860 (according to the 1891 census). He and Susan had a son Thomas born in 1881 in Dudley Port before ending up in Liverpool where they had more children. I can't find any sign of this family in the 1881 census (in Staffordshire or anywhere else), but there is another tailor called James Wylie with a wife Susan in Dudley Port with a newborn son Thomas. I know that these are not the same people as they have different birthdates and they have other children that don't match my family, but their birthplaces (Scotland for James and the Birmingham area for Susan) are the same as well. I realize that James Wylie is a very common name (as is Thomas), but there seem to be a lot of other commonalities as well (too many to get into here). One James and Susan also is on the 1881 census then disappears, while the others can't be found until 1891. Does anyone have any information about either set of James and Susan Wylies?

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