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red mail Ward and Boughey - (Woodseaves - Staffordshire)
Looking for any info on my gr grandmother Joyce Emmeline Ward born in Woodseaves in 1891 to an Isaac Ward (fruit dealer) and Emily Boughey. I think an Ellen Ward living alone in Woodseaves at the time may have been her paternal grandmother. If any of these names mean anything to anyone I'd love to hear from you. Many thanks.
red mail Woodsetton, Staffordshire - Christian - (Woodsetton - Staffordshire)
Looking for William Christian on the 1851 Census. He was born about 1787 in Tipton and was a soap boiler. He married Phoebe Morris in 1818 in Wolverhampton and they had 12 children. Phoebe died in 1843 at age 43. Son James only 2-1/2 years of agewhen mother died. Where are William and son James in 1851?
red mail SHAW / ALLEN - (Woodsetton - Staffordshire)
I am looking for any information of John Edward Shaw b1880 married sarah Ann Allen, 1900. they had 9 children whilst living in Woodsetton. These are my husbands family, his mother one of the 9 children, she died when my husband 6 and he lost all contact. any information please. thank you.
red mail Vise Vyse Podmore - (Yarnfield - Staffordshire)
Looking for any information on parents of my g grandmother Hannah Bowers born about 1850 at Yarnfield (according to the 1901 census). Family info is that she was born out of wedlock. I have a marriage certificate for her 1877 marriage to Joseph Bowers in Milwich that names her as Hannah Vise and names her father as William Podmore. I have not been able to find any reference to Vise, Vyse or Podmore at Yarnfield in the 1851 census. Any leads greatly appreciated.

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