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red mail Coppice lane
I am looking for info on a Clifford Smith , who was married to a Rita Brown, they had 3 boys Clifford jnr, Royce , and Roland, Clifford seniors mum and dad were called Emily and Alfred, their other children (Cliffords bros and sisters) were called Alfred, Howard, Thomas, Leonard, Eliza , Lilian, Alethia .Any info would be helpful. Thanks.
red mail Eliza Marshall
I am looking for descendants of Eliza Marshall born in 1841. She married Thomas Neville. She may have been born in Derbyshire. Thanks Martha
red mail family
I am looking for a brown who owned a public house on the corner of high st ,pinfold lane,late 1800s early 1900s in cheslyn hay.
red mail WHITEHOUSE FAMILY
I am looking for information about my grandparents and their children, Bert and Hannah (nee Evans) WHITEHOUSE. I believe that the family has lived in the village back to the 1700's. Bert's parents were Thomas and Hannah (nee Crutchley). I would also like to find some where that may have photos of headstones. Can't do any of this myself as I am in Australia. Also would love to contact any one who may have known my father Harold Thomas WHITEHOUSE before he moved to Aust.
red mail COPPICE LANE cheslyn hay
smith family. looking for grandmother e m smith
red mail Baker
I am looking for information regarding my grandmother Hannah Eliza Baker who married James Whitehouse in St Marks, Great Whyrley on December 25th 1901.Probably lived in Cheslyn Hay.
red mail Bowen
Looking for information on my grandparents, William Henry dob August 1858 and Frances Ellen Jones dob August 1863. My father was born in Cheslyn Hay in 1905, William and Frances lived in Cheslyn Hay until their deaths in 1937.
MARSHALL FAMILY
I AM SEARCHING SAMUEL MARSHALL AND FAMILY FROM STAFFORD ALL AREAS 1800'S-1900'S
Crutchley
Interested in any Crutchley's from Great Wyrley or Cheslyn Hay.
red mail Cheslyn Hay
AUBREY family (William & Sarah nee Morgan)lived in Cheslyn Hay from c1880 to 1910 then moved to Nuneaton.


 
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