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red mail hibbitts,thomas and lydia gertrude
Was wondering if anyone can help my great grandparents lived in ironville on 6 furnace row approx 1920 which was when thomas died he was a iron puddler they had six children in total trying to find more info in general lydia died 1936 in babington hospital and buried in ironville cemetery were the records before 1970 aren't kept
red mail William WILDMAN from Walsall
I am trying to find any info on William WILDMAN aged 38yrs in 1911,and his wife Sarah Ann(Foster),and their 6 children who moved in 1907/08 from Walsall,staffs,to Furnace Row in Ironville.they married in 1895 at Walsall,St Peters Church.He was a foundry man/puddler.2 of their children were born shortly after arrival,showing been born at Codnor Park.was that a hospital/what school would they have gone to.I see that Christ church was the main church,do their church records cover 1911 onwards,is the graveyard overgrown.I am contemplating travelling to Ironville to get the feel of the place.Any info AT ALL will be appreciated,on where I should visit or look around. thank you.
red mail Martin family
Looking for anyone with info on the Martin family that resided in Ironville. Henry Martin who married Elizabeth Jane Ball had my father in law Thomas Edward Martin and he was born at 9 Foundry Row, which I believe is no longer in existence.
red mail Fawcett/ Eaglefield
I am searching for information on relatives Eaglefield or Fawcett around 1881-1901. John Eaglefield worked as Ironworks labourer and later Blacksmith. Census for Basford, Eastwood, Codnor Park. Harriet Storer from Westwood also features in our history. Would love to know why my grandfathers twin, Walter Fawcett died at just 21 years old. Anything greatley appreciated. Thankyou, Christine.
red mail Herbert Thurman
I am looking for any information about my grandad, Herbert Thurman who lived at No. 2 Market Street, Ironville, or my Aunty - Nellie Waddups, who also lived in Ironville on Monument Hill. Her husband was called Jack.
Hubball
I am seeking information on Mary Ann Hubball b. 29.3.1884 daughter of Willie Hubball and Emily Sowick. Willie Hubball son of John and Emma Hubball, often spelt Hubble
red mail CASSON
I am researching Casson family, John Casson being the first vicar of Ironville Church 1846-1869. Any information regarding him or his relatives or the church - anything! - would be much appreciated.
red mail HUBBALL
Looking for any details on the Hubball family in Ironville c1800 to 1920.
trying to find
frederick hibbitt was born 1891/92 in fenton staffs he moved to ironville/codnor park 1900`s , his brother albert also moved from fenton and lived york ave, jacksdale. albert`s wife was sarah ann. if anyone has any info on frederick please get in touch. thank you
red mail Bollington and Birk(e)s families
I am researching William Bollington,shoemaker, who married Ann Birk(e)s in 1814. They had 5 children George,James,Elizabeth,Ann and another George. Ann is one of my ancestors.I would be interested in any information about these families
Pressland
Seeking information of the PRESSLAND family who have links with George PRESSLAND b.1855 and his brother William. Both died 1934 within a week of each other. 1901 Census has George, married and living in Ironville, Derbyshire, working in a local ironfoundry. His place of birth was stated as Pownall, Bedfordshire.
red mail Wagstaff
Any information on John WAGSTAFF bpt. 17.1.1852 who married Martha CASTLEDINE on 21.10.1873. His parents were George WAGSTAFF and Sarah DEXTER.


 
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