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red mail Joseph Wardle aka Arthur Joseph Wardle
Joseph Wardle is one of my great great grandfathers. I have found him in the 1861 and 1881 censuses from which I have ascertained that he was born in 1846/47 in Ipstones, between Cheadle and Leek in Staffordshire. However, to date, I have not been able to trace his birth via FreeBMD or the Staffordshire BMD sites. The Joseph Wardles I have found on these sites are not my GGF. I do know from his Marriage to Charlotte Smith in Trimdon, Co Durham, that his father was called Thomas Wardle and that he had a sister, Hannah,born 1838. and a brother, John, born 1841/42.
red mail Charles Jackson/Sarah Scragg
I am looking for information of my Grandparents Brothers & Sisters, also their parents names.
red mail Finney Hulme/Elizabeth Fernihough
Looking for information on these married individuals who made their home in Ipstones. I believe Elizabeth was born in Ipstones @1812, but I cannot find info on Finney Hulme.
red mail Mellor
Bertram Mellor b. 1875 in the district of Cheadel and the county of Staffordshire. His mother was Mary (Bishop) and his father was Robert Mellor. I have conflicting paperwork one says his father is Charles Edworthy and mother Mary Wiltshire. The other says his father is Robert Mellor and his mother is Mary Bishop. I believe his wife could have been Maria Anne Hall b. 1876 at Frog Hall. Any help would be great.
red mail Search for Gould
I am looking for my gg grandmother Eleanor Gould. Her son George, my grandfather, was born in Abbots Bromley in 1877. All trace of her ended there. I would be grateful for any information.
red mail TURNER family of Padwick(e)
Looking for information on the TURNER family who had a family seat at Padwick(e), Ipstones from Norman times. They are believed to be descended from the standard bearer to William the Conqueror. Looking especially for Ralph TURNER b. circa 1625 and his daughter Liddia TURNER b.1675 Padwick, who married Thomas GIBSON of Rushton Spencer, Staffs in 1701. (Thomas and Liddia were my 7 X great grandparents).
red mail Birch 's from Ipstones.
I have alot of Birch's from Ipstones.I was lucky enough to have a holiday last year in the UK and managed to get to the churchyard where most of them are buried. It was something I only dreamed about but to actually go and see for myself was a wonderful experience. I am actually trying to find the parents of a Joseph Birch born 1781 who is buried in Ipstones .He spent alot of his time in Whiston, Kingsley, Leek as a preacher. He died 1861. Anyone researching Ipstone Birch's would love to hear from you.
red mail Thomas Birch,Ipstones
I am searching for one of my ancesters, THOMAS BIRCH born 1821 Ipstones, He was a farmer on NEW STREET, IPSTONES. I am trying to find out his parents names. I would be very grateful for any information.
red mail Shemilt
Trying to find Thomas Shemilt. Born around 1774 in Checkley, Staffordshire
Mycock, Rogers & Goldstraw - Ipstones
John MYCOCK born 1809 Onecote, married in Cheddleton in 1856 to Eliza ROGERS (formerly GOLDSTRAW). Children John, William, Hannah, Thomas, Alice, Ann, Rupert & James. Related surnames WRIGHT, BIRCH, BAGSHAW, PEACH (TURNER).
red mail A History of Alton and Farley
Does anyone know where I can get a copy of a book called "A History of Alton and Farley" please. I think it was published in the 1980's or 90's.
red mail WHIELDON
John WHIELDON married Sarah FINNEY 1696. His parents were John WHIELDON and Joan COOK. Also William WHIELDON 1582 married to Joan. Any info?
red mail Beard family of Ipstones
I am researching the Beard family of Ipstones up to c1800 particularly William and Joyce, parents of Thomas, Francis, Joseph and James.
red mail Gaunts In Ipstones
Looking for any descendants of any GAUNTs born in Ipstones.

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