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Looking for my great grandmother
Abbot, Abbott I am looking for information about my great grandmother Ellen ABBOT supposedly born in Little Dawley. She married Robert AGAR in 1881. In 1901(census details) she was living in Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, gave her age as 44 born approx. 1857 and her birthplace as 'Dawley' (other censuses give her birthplace as Madeley and Ironbridge). Family legend says she had auburn hair; went into service at age nine(9) years; there is some memory of the town of Broseley. Any information gratefully received as we can find no Ellen Abbot or Abbott of her approximate age in any available lists etc.
red mail John William Wyld
My great grandfather William Wyld was born in Dawley in 1857. He was married to Sarah Davis who was born in Little Dawley in about 1857. They had two children that I know of. My grandfather John William Wyld born in Dawley in1877. They also had a daughter Hannah born in Lightmoor in 1880. I suspect William remarried as a Rosannah born in Dawley is listed as his wife on the 1891 census with four additional children named Alfred, Joseph, Thomas, and Ruth. I'm interested to find out what happened to Sarah and when he married Rosannah. Any information about any of these people would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Great Grandmother
I am researching my family history and would like any information regarding my Great Grandmother.Born in Dawley her name was Matilda Blakemore 1846 the daughter of John and Mary Blakemore.I would also like to find out the maiden name of my GGreat Grandmother
red mail Oakley
John Oakley was born in Dawley about 1834. In 1901 he is a greegrocer in Dawley.
red mail Maiden Little Dawley
Am researching family history of Maidens. Particular interest locating parents of James Maiden b1812/13 who married Elizabeth Morgan of Dawley 1834.
red mail Holywell Lane Little Dawley
My relation lived in Holywell Lane Little Dawley and from records my grandmothers father built 14 Holowell Lane. His name was Thomas Powell this was one of the two houses he built. Holowell was the original name for Holywell.
red mail Richard Morgan
I am researching family history of Richard Morgan of Dawley Shropshire who was married to Elizabeth Gregory.He was 47 years old on the 1881 census
red mail perrey
I am trying to find info on Harriet Perrey born 1863 in Dawley I think. Married John Brennand in 1886 in Wellington. I would much appreciate any information of Perrey family.
red mail Albert Williams
Albert Williams, the son of William Williams, was born about 1864 in Dawley. On 15 Sep 1885, when Albert married Lucy Evans, he was working as a Forge labourer.
red mail Morris, Ellis
I am a newcomer to the family history side of things and i am trying to locate information about my g g grandfather John Morris. He married Margaret Ellis at St Lukes C of E, Dawley, Salop on 31 August 1872. He was the son of a Mr & Mrs R Morris ofDawley and she was the only daughter of Mr & Mrs T Ellis, also of Dawley. From what details i have, John was born in 1847 and Margaret in 1849. Does anybody have any information of even a suggestion on where i can start looking. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Baugh family hollywell lane
I am trying to establish the relationship between William Baugh, who built a cottage on Hollywell Lane abt. 1788. Later on the 1851 census my g.g.g.grandfather also called William Baugh is living in the same cottage. I know that his father was calledSamuel born c. 1780, so was the cottage built by his grandfather, or maybe an uncle. Any information welcome.
red mail Groves
Annie Groves was my grandmother, born in Horsehay in 1865. She was in service in Dawley before marrying my grandfather, William Evans, in 1896. Her father was Robert Groves born Cirbury in 1820
red mail Evans - Hollywell Lane.
Did John Evans live in No 22 Hollywell Lane? & was this the person who married Sarah Burrows? My wife is related to the Rogers/Evans family from Hollywell lane & used to deliver milk when a young girl with her uncle (Percy-Evans-Rogers)to thehouses there.
red mail Evans Of Holywell Lane
My ggggrandfather John EVANS built a cottage in Holywell lane, Dawley in the 1770s. His descendants lived there until the cottages were pulled down in the 1970s. Any contact with this family would be appreciated.
red mail Bailey's Of Holywell Lane , Little Dawley, Shropshire.
I am researching the family of my maternal grandmother Sarah Bailey. She was born in 1880 in Holywell Lane, Little Dawley Shropshire. She was the youngest child of Thomas Bailey b.1838 and Elizabeth Shephard / Shephard b.c1840 in Little Wenlock. Their other children were, Georgina b.1860, Benjamin b.1864, Elizabeth Ann(Annie) b.1866, Lucy b.1869, William b.1871, Ada b.1874 ,Mary Ellen (Nellie) b.1877. I am especially looking for information about Benjamin and William. William married Annie Ball b c1880 from Horsehay,children, Ada b.1899, Amy b. 1902, Maud b.1905,Lucy b.1906, Ben b.1908. William ran a pub in the Malinslee area (? Park Inn). Benjamin married Hannah Humphries (born in Dawley c1863) lived in in Hednesford, Cannock in 1891. Children all born in Hednesford were:- Lucy Elizabeth b.c1887; William bb c1888; Alfred b. c1890; James Robert b. 1892; Georgina amelia Ellen b.1894. Ben emigrated to Canada in 1895. Thomas' father was Robert Bailey b c1808,he married Ann Bailey Evans in 1827 in Dawley;she was born about 1807.I am looking for parents of Ann and Robert. I would love to hear from any descendants.
red mail Gwilliam 1860's
Looking for any information on John GWILLIAM. His daughter Rosina Jane was born 6 Sept 1866, Little Dawley, her mother was Ann GWILLIAM late LANE formerly WINKWORTH. On Rosina's birth certificate John was an Ag Labourer.


 
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