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red mail Ball family
looking for info on Joseph Ball b.1864 Essington in 1881 he worked for Edward J Leapingwell a Surgeon Charles Street Cheadle, also his brother Eli Ball b.1870 Essington.Eli married Eleanor Dennis Sept 1894 in York
red mail Benton
Searching for lineage of George Benton(born 1844) married to Ellen ? (born 1846) of Bloxwich. They had 4 children Frederich (my grandfather), Charles who at some point emigrated to Canada, Elizabeth, and Edith. My parents, Raymond and Irene(nee Berry of Bloxwich) also lived in Essington. Does this message generate any interest.
Ettingshall/Essington / Bilston / Blakenhall/ Pond lane wolverhammpton
Help needed please looking for details of Sarah Jones? (B.1865 Essington?) Sarah worked at a big house or Convent, do you know of possible Convent? I am told Sarah Married John Lyons (B.1863 Ierland?) they lived in Brown street Blakenhall and Pond lane, Wolverhampton. Can anyone find or trace any of the above please? All information welcome.
red mail Meakin
Any details on the Meakin family who lived around and in essington would be helpful.
red mail Samuel Mills
Does anyone have any information on my great grandfather Samuel who kept the Minerva inn in Essington during the late 1940s, he and my great grandmother are buried in Essington churchyard. i do not know anything else about them. my grandfather also Samuel also kept the pub for some years.any information would be very welcome.
red mail GWILT
All I know is that my grandmother's maiden name was Ethel May Gwilt and she lived in the Willenhall / Essington area in the early 1900s. Her mother is buried at Essington. Any information gratefully received.


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