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Albrighton (Shrewsbury) Shropshire
There are two Albrightons in Shropshire. This one is a small hamlet just outside Shrewsbury on the A528 between Whitchurch and Shrewsbury. It is dominated by an 18th century manor house, now a hotel and popular wedding venue.
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red mail Charles Lockley
Has anybody any details of Charles Lockley who was born about 1806, probably in Boningale or one of the other villages round about Albrighton please.
red mail hassall
does anyone know of a family from albrighton shifnal salop.I am looking for ggrandmother ann hassall who married a cox and lived later in Warickshire, I want to find heer son Richard Hassall, he sometimes called himself richard h cox, there was a son also called thomas hassall, bothe sons born out of wedlock, Richard married in Birmingham Aston to Emma Freeman,she died in 1883 and richard married again to Isabell JOnes also a widow. they had other children in the aston from this marriage.I have no idea what happened to him or the wife since 1901 although have done a lot of research. he reverted back to Hassall for both marriages , he was known to be a brass caster.can anyone help me to find him please. pamela
red mail A. Hunter, aka Derek Hunter, St. Cuthberts Crescent:
I live in the United States, and I had a very very dear friend that lived on St. Cuthberts Crescent in Albrighton, Wolverhampton wv7. I found out 2 or 3 years ago, after a phone call to the UK that he had passed away. I have had no way of getting in touch with the family, or friends since then....His wife's name was Sheila. I have been very lost without my dear friend. We used to spend hours on the Voice Internet, and shared photo editing, and musical recording & other interests. He visited me in Kentucky USA, and it was a very wonderful visit we had. He had a friend I know that owned a shop in the Telford Centre Mall, that worked with computers, and repairs of computers. Please.....anyone....notify me if you have ANY information on his date of death, and a classified newspaper obituary that was posted. Thank you very much in advance......"Lost In U.S." Tom
red mail Andrew Weatherby & Ann Elizabeth Wynne
Andrew Weatherby (b 1839 Wroxeter, Shropshire) and Ann Elizabeth Wynne )(b 1840 Ruabon, North Wales) married and had four children. Frances, Arthur, Ellis & Laura. I believe that Ann dies prior to 1881 and Frances (Fanny) migrated out to the Cape around 1885 and was married soon after arriving. Andrew and the two sons also headed to foreign parts but Andrew caught fever and died. The youngest, Laura was educated at Wolverhampton Orphanage. Does anybody know of anything further of this family?
Any info on Richard Weston c1811 worked at Pattingham married Ann Blanton? (widow of ? Howell had a son William Howell)children: Richard Weston (born 1844 became vicar of Burntwood nr Lichfield)and Ann
red mail Heaford
I am looking for details of the Heaford family resident in Albrighton around the early 1800s
Searching for any info on the SALTER family about 1830's to 1890's. Especially looking for info about Edmund Salter. Also would like any information about Turnpike Road, Albrighton about 1841
red mail Phoebe Wassell
My ggrandmother Phoebe Wassell was from your village. She married John Jenkinson from Cockermouth, Cumberland, England. Some brothers my have moved to Australia. I am trying to find out about her parents and siblings. Phoebe was born around 1850. She moved with her husband and 3 children to Boston, Mass, 1897. After John's death in 1900 she moved to Fort Benton, Montana and raised her children.
red mail Albrighton
From Cassell's Gazeteer Albrighton : 1891 : popn 1,147 - There is an Institute with a reading room and 2 recreation rooms.

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