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red mail Nuneaton - Childrens home
Hi I am just looking for Info about the childrens home on Henry Street as my mother would like to know. She also would like to know the whereabouts of any of the peolpe that lived between the years of 1953 and 1967. My mother's name is Christiane white Nee Pool Could you please reply to this email
red mail RICHARDSON, HOOD
looking for any connections to George Hood Richardson born 1891in nuneaton /d1958 my great grandfather . also George Richardson b1871. Clara Ann Hood b1870 GG Grandparants . Walter Hood b1842 & Matilda Hastelow b1843 GGG Grandparents,Walter was in 1881cencus living at 54 Abbey st ,& in 1871 & 1861 & Abbey green in 1851 .
Cheatle
I am looking for information on the Cheatles who come from Nuneation, Warwickshire. My grandmother (Elizabeth Cheatle) was born in Hartlepool but most of my ancestors come from Nuneaton. Great grandfather was a George Cheatle and great great grandfather was Simeon Cheatle (unusual name). Please contact me if these names mean anything to you
red mail Walter Flaune & Family
I found in the IGI a Walter Flaune in Nuneaton in the early 18C. I'd be very grateful if anyone has any more information on him and any descendants. I'm trying to work out if he links into my Flin/Flinn family in Kidderminster in late 18-early 19C. I'd be interested if there is any information as to his occupation and origins. - Marianne
Gertrude Mable Bradnock
My Great Grand Mother Lived in Nuneaton What became of her in later life, the family did live At 61 Attleboro Road Nuneaton in 1911
Bradnock
Fred(Frederick Bradnock) The son of Frederick Bradnock and Gertrude Mabel Jackson also the brother of Christina Bradnock who became Christina Parker my grandmother. All I know about Frederick Junior is that he was in Birmingham Eye hospital in 1911 and he may have gone to Canada, returning in the 1930,s He married a Annie Vera Kendrick and lived in Nuneaton. On his return to Nuneaton he put on the shipping manifest that he was returning to 101 College Street Nuneaton. This is the address his father died at. Any information about Frederick and his family would be very welcome. What he did for a living , did he have children what happened to them. Did he have any contact with his Gran and Granddad etc etc
PICKEN, WHITMORE
I should like to contact descendants or relatives of Richard PICKEN - believed to be the son of Richard and Maud and brother of Mary or 'Molly' - and Prudence WHITMORE who were married in 1925 in the Nuneaton Registration District. Robert.
red mail Taylor/Mills
Researching my grandparents: Frederick Archer Farmer Mills married Sarah Constance Taylor in June 1914 . He was headmaster of a school in Nuneaton in 1950's. She was a musician and artist and lived in King Edward Road prior to marriage. After marriage they lived in College Street and later in Higham Lane.
red mail Samuel Marston
Looking for any details about Samuel Marstom married Elizabeth Chaplin, they had a son John b1789 Nuneaton. Any details on Sam or Elizabeth (dob etc) would be helpfull. Occupations ,Residence, Death dates.
red mail john martin & thomas winfield
I compile information about the traders in Nuneaton Market Place during the late Victorian/Edwardian period. I seek information about the Winfield brothers who were grocers/drapers in the 1890s
Thomas and Annie Brunt and Arthur Brunt
Hi. I'm looking for info on the family of Thomas and Annie L Brunt (maiden name Varney). They were married in Nuneaton in 1913 but were both from Northants and I believe brother and sister to George Brunt and his wife Leah Matilda Varney who moved to Nuneaton in 1901 Also any onfo on George and Thomas's brother Arthur, another one who moved to Nuneaton and married Ellen Ayres would be welcomed.

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