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red mail Bangham, Pearson, Hart,
If somebody could help me with this one. Looking for any information about William Bangham (Baugham)and Mary Hart, married around 1888. They had several children, Benjamin Thomas, Bertie, Leah, Margaret, Evan, George, Beatrice. Sometime between 1901 to 1911 two of the children (Thomas and Bertie) changed their surname to Pearson and lived in Durham for a while. Looking for somebody with more informaton that I have. Benjamin Thomas was my grandfather. I have found the family on all the UK census up to and including 1901 where they are listed as living in Quarry Bank. I have not found them on the 1911 census.
red mail BURLEY family
John BURLEY b. 1825 Pensnett/Kingswinford m. Mary BURLEY (confusing, same family name!) 1855. He was a Provisions Merchant and I believe was connected with a company trading as 'Glover & Burley' at Birmingham market and they were in existence until the 1970s, but I cannot confirm the connection to John. BURLEY family lived at Maughan Street Quarry Bank and John's son, Thomas BURLEY was reputed to be a fine craftsman in brass, having artifacts in Quarry Bank Parish Church, as well as own family pew. Family moved to Cradley Heath, Rowley Regis and finally to Baldwin Street in Smethwick. Would love to learn more if anyone has info?
red mail ALLPORT, CARTWRIGHT, HILL families 1850s
Looking for any information about these families. John HILL a horse driver married Maria ALLPORT in ca 1849 (I assume Maria's maiden name as her mother was Ann ALLPORT living with them in 1871 & with her 1881 - John had died), Samuel HILL a carter/haulier married Maria CARTWRIGHT in 1883. Children of John & Maria are Hannah, John, Nebo, William, Samuel, Anna Maria, Jacob & Thomas. Children of Samuel & Maria are Flossie, Annie, Doris May & Ruth. Any help gratefully received. Many thanks.
red mail Greenfield/Harrison - Quarry Bank
Looking for any information on James Greenfield (born Brookmoor c1852)married Priscilla Harrison (Born Quarry Bank c1849). They had 4 children, William Thomas born 1878, John Henry (my great-grandfather) born 1882/3, Sarah Lily and James Isaac. William and John were both born at Quarry Bank.
red mail Emmanuel & Sabra Cox
My great great grandparents ran a shoe shop at top of Quarry Bank High Street circa 1900 next to Royal Oak pub. Looking for info on marriage/s of their daughter Mary Hannah. Any help at all would be great please.
red mail PERKS FAMILY
I am searching for any information about a DAVID PERKS born 1846 Merry Hill, Quarry Bank. David married Lavinia Cole in 1868. In the 1881 Census the family were living at Dudley Road, Lye.
red mail Great Grandfather
looking for great grandfather Joseph Martin born in Quarry Bank in 1877, marraied Annie Haigh who was born in Bingley, they lived in Halifax, had my Grandfather Stanley 1900.Joseph's father was also called Joseph
red mail Maybury
Looking for information on Thomas Maybury b.1841, married to Amelia Beddall and second marriage to Eliza Jones. Also his father, William Maybury, c.1800 married to Eliza Morris b.1818 from Monmouth, South Wales. William died age 47 in 1847 from encephalitis and Eliza went on to marry Isiah Deeley. Also lived in the Cradley and Brierley Hill areas. William Maybury c1800 had a brother, John Maybury b.1798 and was born in Wrens Nest, Shropshire or Astley, Staffordshire - both entries on census records and was married to Sarah Morton b.1796. There is also a David Maybury who is a witness at the wedding of William and Eliza and am interested to know where he fits into the family.
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My 3xgrandfather was John Manning born around 1920 in Bromsgrove but who moved to Quarry Bank his occupation was a Tailor. I believe he married an Elizabeth Green. Any information most appreciated.
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My grandfathers brothers John born 1872 and Samuel born 1876 in Quarry Bank It seems the 1881 census returns for Cradley were lost so I can not find where they lived and who with . help please


 
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