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red mail Lee of Minsterley
The family lived in Minsterley c.1800-1930s, and were proprietors of the Bath Arms Inn 1860-1936. John George (Jack) Lee b.1896, marine engineer and merchant seaman, emigrated to Australia 1923, m. Annie Bell Lawson 1924, lived in Newcastle, New South Wales, son Gordon(?), they separated 1926. Jack worked on board ship in the Singapore area in the 1930s, and later for the United Africa Company in Calabas, Nigeria. His second wife was Esme and they may have moved to South Africa c.1950.
red mail Ann Jones 1857
I'm looking for Ann Jones (later Andrew) born 1857 in Minsterley, Shropshire. Any information would be very gratefully accepted.
red mail James Blower / Hannah Tittley
Seeking information on the marriage of James Blower b 1811, Westbury and Hannah Tittley b 1811, Minsterley. Children are John b 1833, Mary 1837, Martha 1844, Sarah 1848, Hannah 1849 all born in Minsterley.
red mail minsterely
my ggrandma mary b 1855 m jonathon richards ? he was a lead miner and was born in pontesbury 1853 children milliocent b 1880 emma b 1878 john 1876 moved to normanton ?1880/s where jonathan was a coal miner and john a crane driver looking for my ggmas family her maiden name and any info thanks
red mail Minsterley
My Father in Law Archie Stokes gave his address as 2 BrogBeach Minsterley on his father's death certificate and I have been unable to pinpoint it on a modern map of Minsterley or one dated 1888. Can anyone help me as to its whereabouts.
red mail Blower, Mary & Crowder, William
I am looking for details on Mary Crowder (nee Blower). She adopted her nephew, Herbert James Blower (B1878 at Philibrook Farm near London)(my GGF) then she emmigrated to Tasmania, with her husband, William Crowder, and two daughters (Mary & Margaret)in 1884
red mail Salter owner of THE CROSS GUNS Pub, SNAILBEACH
My Grandparents, William and Mary Emma Salter (nee Wardman) kept this pub in the early 1900's. He previously was a lead miner. Any information on them would be helpful please.

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