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red mail Patrick Mannion born 1860s
Patrick,a miner, married Elizabeth(maiden name unknown) both born in Fenton Staffs. Daughter Mary Ann P Mannion born 1886ish in Fenton, daughter Catherine Mannion(later Darton) born 1891 in Fenton. They then moved to Methley Yorks and had daughter Janie, son Harry and daughter Ellen (married Albert Holt). I know about Catherine and Ellen. Any info on Patrick or Elizabeth re Fenton gratefully received. Also interested to know what became of Janie, Mary Ann or Harry (married Rose I think). I also have little info on Albert Holt. Thanks
red mail Thomas William Simms
Looking for descendants or information on, Thomas William SIMMS. Born in Fenton, Staffordshire, England, Lincolnshire County, about 1886. He married Florence in 1908. They traveled on the ship Imperator , Leaving from Liverpool in February of 1920 arriving in New York March 1920. My grandmother was born July of 1920 in New York. Any information you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Michelle
Edward HUGHES 1844 - 1902
My gg grandfather Edward HUGHES (1844  1902) married Mary Ann TURNER ( 1844  1922 ). They moved around the potteries but lived for many years in Fenton. They had 8 children. Edward was a coal miner whose father came from Oswestry originally. Mary Ann was the daughter of Nathaniel TURNER ( see entry under Norton in the Moors ). I would love to hear from and share information with anyone with a connection to this family. Karen
red mail Fenton, stoke-on-trent
I'm looking for information on John Elijah Kember who lived at 13 Packett Street, Fenton until his death 31st July 1897. He had been a colour Sergeant with the 43rd Oxford Light Infantry of Fenton and left behind a widow 'Elizabeth Kember' Could anybody suggest which local newspapers from the time I could search for a death announcement or how I could search local cemeteries for his burial? I would also be interested in finding out more about the 43rd Oxford Light Infantry of Fenton Kind Regards Chris
I'm looking for any info on William Hibbitt b.1856 in Leicester. He married Harriet ?Weymouth (from Plymouth) in 1873 and were living in Fenton in 1901 but also lived in Hanley and Stourbridge. I have info on their children but any info on William or Harriet's parents/siblings etc would be greatly appreciated
red mail massey family
Tracing the Massey family, i belive my grand father was born in Fenton in 1881, can any one help please. His name was WILLIAM MASSEY.
SMITH family of Fenton
My wife is a descendant of the SMITH family of Fenton, Staffs. I've just started looking at them and have gone back to a Jesse SMITH born c.1815 in Fenton. He married Ann \\ and had at least 11 children thereafter, all in Fenton. I would be really interested in hearing from anyone with any SMITH links to Fenton.
red mail John Hancock
Looking for burial place of John Hancock (1796-1874). Died in Fenton.
red mail HOWE, Charles William 1864
Looking for information on the Howe family living in Raglan Street, Fenton in 1901. Charles married Rhoda Weston in 1888 and tey had children - Cecil, Charles, Arthur and Alice. Charles's father was William and Rhoda's father was Charles Weston. Any information gratefully received and reciprocated. Thanks.
red mail GOTHAM
My sister and I are researching GOTHAMS. Our father's family originated in Staffordshire but we have links UK wide as well as in the USA, Channel Isles, Australia, etc.
Samuel Emery & Agnes
Does anyone have connections to this couple ? Samuel Emery b Longton abt 1878 married Agnes Edwards at Fenton STS in Nov 1904. I am particularly interested to know if they were susbequently in contact with Agnes's brother Thomas Henry Edwards

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