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red mail Forsey brothers Bromborough
In the great war nine forsey brothers went off to fight. In 1936 five forsey brothers were members of Great Eastern Bowling Club between them they won 50 trophies. Herbert/Harry/Frank/Colin and Tom Forsey.There was a photo of them in birkenhead advertiser wed May 20 1936.Please note not my relatives
red mail Rose Cottage, Bromborough
My family, the Roscoes, lived at Rose Cottage, Bromborough from c1908 to c1930. Does anyone know anything about this house? It used to stand where the bypass (A41) starts, opposite Mendell House, and I believe it was the original lodge to Bromborough Hall. Any information gratefully received.
red mail Bromborough Courthouse Farm
The courthouse was demolished in the 1930s. Manifold family leased the land circa 1778 (and later )from the Mainwarings. Any information (photographs or paintings etc) of the building and farm and its location, would be appreciated.
red mail Plymard Park Bromborough or Eastham
I wonder if anyone can tell me if there was a house area or maybe even a school called Plymard Park in this general area - I'm looking for the Thomson's: John, Agnes, Harry, Nora and James who I hope lived there in around the 1880's & 1890s. I think James died there in 1889. I'd be very grateful for ANY help.
red mail M.Ruby Fletcher
I was born in 1933 and brought up in Bromborough. Attended Woodslee School during the 2nd world war. I would love to hear from anyone who remembers me. Class mates, neighbours etc.Margaret in Australia.
red mail Whitby family
I am interested in any info on the Whitby family from bromborough in Chechire. I have got a Solomon Whitby bn in 1770 in Ince, Cheshire. He married Hannah waring and they had two children that I know of, John and Jane. John Whitby married Hannah Pinnington and they had 8 children. One of there children Mary Whitby married John Baugh. I would be grateful on any info on the Whitbys, Baughs, Pinningtons or Warings.
red mail BLAIN-Bromborough
There were many Blains living in the Oxton-Bromborough area of the Wirral in the mid 1800s. Would love to hear from anyone with any connections to William Blain, Corn Merchant of Liverpool or his son Thomas a solicitor dob 1828


 
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