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Watson Family
Looking for information on the Watson family. Thomas and Ann in 1841 they were living in Overley and 1851 Pyeford Brook. They had at least 9 children between 1800-1816 all christened in All Saints. I really would like to find the maiden name of Ann. By 1861 they had moved to West Bromwich. Thomas was born in Sutton Coldfield about 1780.
red mail HOLMES'
Holmes Family Looking for any information on the family and descendants of John Holmes (1806) Newton Solney and Ann Port who married at All Saints in Alrewas, staffordshire and owned a butchers shop
red mail Godridge/Banister
My G.G Grandfather Thomas Godridge was born abt. 1820 in Alrewas. He married Elizabeth Banister born abt. 1821 in Wolverhampton. they had at least 5 children, who were born in Bentley and Bloxwich. from between 1841 and 1852. If anyone has anything I can add to my family history I would be very grateful.
red mail Faulkner
I have researched the Faulkner family up to Richard b.abt 1655 who married Eleanor Browne in 1674, All Saints Church. Could anyone please help me find their parents? Richard apparently was a churchwarden in 1677 in Alrewas and died there in 1728. I think Richards gr.grandfather may have been Johes Fawkener, who was a vicar there from July 1568 till Febr.1619 when he died. The middle part is missing and I cannot find it. Corinne Parkinson in Australia
red mail STUBBS
My ancestors Thomas and Mary Stubbs lived at Fradley Junction about 1885-1890. Their eldest son (also Thomas) taught Sunday School in Alrewas in 1890. Any more information about them would be gratefully received.
red mail John Dorrington
Looking for more info. about John Dorrington and wife Dorothy (nee Lakin) married 07/12/1762 Burton upon Trent. Their children were all born in Alrewas. Has anyone else come accross Dorrington or Lakin in Staffordshire?
red mail tranter
Looking for any details about a mr and mrs tranter who lived in fox lane alrewas during the 1940s. They had a son called ted.
FLETCHER
ISSAC FLETCHER WAS BORN IN ALREWAS IN 1850/51, HE GREW UP TO BE AN ENGINE DRIVER HE MARRIED MARY (PEARMAIN?) SEPT QTR 1873 IN BIRMINGHAM. ISSAC IS MY GT GT GRANDFATHER-DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY INFO ABOUT HIS FAMILY?
red mail LACEY
I am researching my ancestors named Lacey who lived in Alrewas from at least 1790s to 1860s. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail CARTHY, SALT, WILCOX , Alrewas
Charles CARTHY born. about 1769, Alrewas. Charles CARTHY m. Hannah SALT 4 February 1793, Alrewas. Hannah SALT bapt. 08.04.1774 Alrewas da. of Philip SALT and Elizabeth née WILCOX.
red mail SALT, WILCOX, Alrewas, Barton under Needwood
Philip SALT bap. 18.10.1747, Alrewas, died Feb 1780, Alrewas. s.o. Thomas and Elizabeth SALT. Philip SALT m. Elizabeth WILCOX 12.11.1771, Barton under Needwood bap. ca. 1750
red mail WOODWARD, CARTHY, Alrewas
Charles CARTHY m Matilda WOODWARD 11.02.1817, St Philips, Birmingham, they lived in Alrewas after their marriage. Matilda WOODWARD bap. 01.08.1796 at St Martins, Birmingham, da. of John and Sarah WOODWARD.
red mail CARTHY Alrewas
Ann CARTHY came from Alrewas and married John CLARK in West Bromwich in 1839. Her parents were Charles CARTHY and Hannah SALT
red mail Austin Family
Joseph Austin was baptised in All Saints Parish Church in Alrewas in January 1791, the son of Thomas Austin and his wife Elizabeth Pratt. Would like to know more about the family.


 
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