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red mail Hall, Hollins, Mascall, Marsh, Marshall, Owen, Sadler, Wallis, Winnington, Woolley,
I'm interested in hearing from anyone with an interest in any of the above names. I have Birmingham family connections with all these surnames.
red mail Descendents Of James And Ann (nee Turner) Owen
James (1835-1874) and Ann (1836-1915) Owen moved to Birmingham from Newport, Shropshire in about 1872/3. I'm keen to find out about their descendents - especially the offspring of their sons John (b 1863), James (1861-1920) and Joseph (1859-1931).
red mail Campini Family
I'm interested in any information concerning the Campini family in Birmingham from the 19th century until today.
red mail Haydon, Thomas
Born abt. 1837 Birmingham. resided on Coppice Road at the time of the 1881 census. Any information would be helpful
red mail Birmingham From Edinburgh
david ross birth 02/04/1845 and the christening at st curthberts edinburgh 29/12/1854.he married in birmingham to mary ann price (widow nee hill)25/12/1872.they had four children agnes 09/11/1873,fanny,laura,david 24/03/1880 (my great granddad).david& mary both died in 1882.children went into marson green orphanage!.i do have lots more details on this family,so get in touch if your family is linked.
red mail Griffiths Family
I am looking for descendants of James Thomas Griffiths, born c1831 in Birmingham. He married first Eliza Rowley, in 1851, and had 5 children of whom 1 survived, Sarah Ann (who married Alfred Ashton). Married 2nd Jane Brittain, had 11 children of whom10 survived: James (b. 1862), Laura (b 1863 married William Mason emigrated to Australia), Jane (b1867 m Joseph Mason, e. to Australia), William (b1868 m.Emily Dora Scandrett), Samuel (b1870 m. Florence Bertha Scandrett, 3 children), Rose (b.1875 m.William Attwood, 3 children), Francis John (b1877 married Milly Hogg, 5 children), Henry Edward (b 1878 m. Clare Redfern, 2 children) , Charles Denman (b. 1880 m. Julia Barnett, son Geoffrey.) Edith Dorothy (b1891). Particularly interested in descendants of younger children.
red mail Taroni
If there is anyone else out there researching the Taroni's, please get in touch, I have research I can share on some of the family & would really appreciate any info you might have to expand my family tree.
Michael Glyn Rees
Could you please get in touch if you know of a Michael Glyn Rees. I am unsure as to his exact date of birth, but he is between the age of 48-55. I heard that he moved to Birmingham approx. 12 years ago, and I'm unsure as to his exact whereabouts now. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail Scandrett
Searching for more info on Samuel SCANDRETT, born somewhere in Herefordshire, married Emma WHEELER at Edgbaston Parish Church. Eldest child Emily Dora SCANDRETT (my great-grandmother) baptised 05/10/1862 at St Thomas, Bath Row. Samuel was a tailor.
Information sought about the following: Ellen MILLERSHIP (b.1887) m. Thomas LISSEMORE (b.1887) 1906. Ellen's parents were William and Ann MILLERSHIP (nee. CARTER).
red mail Barratt, Henry
Looking for information on Henry Barratt born 25 Feb 1885 St Thomas Parish Birmingham married Jane Frank or Handy Father John Barratt born 1850 Mother Isabella Spears born 1850 at Bishops Ryder Warwichshire
red mail Halifax Harriet C
Harriet Corral Halifax born 7 September 1847 in Birmingham Warwickshire, parents Christopher and Harriet Corral Halifax. Emigrated to America. 1880 US Census living with brother and mother (widowed, described as single and keeping house. 7th Ward, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.
red mail Halifax Christopher
Born 9 June 1845 in Birmingham Warwickshire. Parents Christopher and Harriet Corral Halifax. Emigrated to America. US 1880 Census listed as Head of Household, Single, CLerk in Store living at 7th Ward, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.
red mail Starkey
I am interested in the many Starkey families in Birmingham pre 1900. I would be pleased to exchange information with anyone who has clear Starkey links in the time frame given, but I cannot undertake research as I don't live in the area.
red mail Cherms, Carolina Mary Miriam
Carolina, known as Mary, married Frederick Turner, a basket maker, in Birmingham in 1886. Mary was born in Dudley, the daughter of Edward Thomas, an Engineer. Mary & Frederick had at least 8 children: Gertrude, Arthur, James, Harold, Frederick, Edward and Irene born between 1890 and 1906. Several subsequent marriages are known but no contact has yet been established. If anyone is in your tree please contact me.
Constable Farmer
Researching details re Constable William Farmer who lived in Duddeston Birmingham in 1871 and Bordesley in 1881 with wife Ann and daughter Annie. Is anyone else researching police records or the Farmer name?
seeking connections to Frederick Butler who lived with his mother Sophia and brothers at 28 Macdonald Street Birmingham in 1881 census. Fred went on to spend his life on canal boats.
red mail Joshua Richards, Jeweller
From the first half of the 19C Joshua Richards (b. 1824 Ludlow)and his eponymous son (b 1853 Bham) and grandson (b1876 Bham) worked in the Jewellery Quarter in B'ham. Please contact if you have in your tree.
red mail Ward (hockley Area)
Seeking descendants of Edward Ward and Elizabeth (formerly Hammond). Children born in Hockley include Martha (b 1874), George (b 1878), Matilda (b 1881) and Mary Ann (b 1888).
red mail Studholme (hockley Area)
Seeking descendants of Phillip Studholme and Louisa (formerly Ward). In 1901 census they were living at 282 Brearley Street with a daughter Louisa aged 1 year.
John Freeth, "the Birmingham Poet"
John Freeth (1731-1807) married Sarah who died in 1807, aged 71. Their daughter married the father of Mary Ann Wyer. Who were these Freeth's and Wyer's, and can anyone put a little flesh on the link?
Mary Stone And Samuel Smith
MARY STONE (daughter of William Stone, Carpenter) was married to SAMUEL SMITH (son of John Smith, Hammer Maker born Staffordshire 1795 and his wife Susanne or Susanna born Summer Lane, St Martin, Birmingham 22//3/1825) in the Parish Church, Handsworth, Birmingham on 3/9/1845. Their children included JOHN SAMUEL SMITH (known as SAMUEL SMITH) b Birmingham 1850 d 1886 in Australia.
Samuel Smith, Gunsmith, Birmingham
Looking for information on SAMUEL SMITH, Gunmaker, of St George, Birmingham, (son of John Smith, Hammer Maker, b Staffordshire 1795 and Susanne, b Summer Lane, St Martin, Birmingham 22/3/1825). Samuel Smith was married in the Parish Church, Handsworth, Birmingham on 3/9/1845 to MARY STONE (daughter of William Stone, Carpenter). Their children included JOHN SAMUEL SMITH (known as SAMUEL SMITH) b Birmingham 1850 d 1886 in Australia.
Hands, evans
great aunt,known as annie evans married to john hands known as jack,lived smethwick jack was a clerk at the brewery.they had four children leslie,jack beatie who married into the wimbush elsie who was the head teacher of school in birminghamtown center it is known she never married cannot find them anywhere have tried census records.any information on them please.
Lee - Evans
fredrick lee born 1860 approx married to elizabeth evans .where did they marry cannot find wedding it would have being about 1895. they were both born in birmingham but did not marry there. could it have being solihull?there seem to be conections buti cannot join them up. in 1898 they were living in handsworth.any help please.
red mail William Horton, Pork Butcher
In 1843, William Horton and his wife Ann lived at 70 Dale End in St Mary's Parish. He was employed as a pork butcher. Would like to know more about this family.
red mail Ellis Family
Thomas ELLIS was born abt 1836 in Birmingham son of Thomas ELLIS a Spur Maker. Have been unable to find Thomas jnr's baptism record. He may have had a brother William. Janet
Anyone with an interest in these surnames please contact me. They mostly lived in Birmingham from the 1800's through to at least 1940.
Black Patch
Looking for information about the Black Patch in Birmingham.Especially the Romany Gypsies who were forcably evicted in 1905.
red mail Sylven Thomas George
Looking for Thomas George Sylven, born Birmingham, Warwickshire about 1823-1824. Was a Gunmaker. (He gave his occupation as retired gunmaker in 1881 census - when he was living with his family in Beckenham, Kent)
red mail Bannister
Charles Alexander BANNISTER, son of John Bannister, carpenter, was born c.1849. He may be the same C.A.B. baptised 1852 St Thomas, B'ham. Living Willesden,Middx,1881, occ. stonemason. Said to have had several brothers, at least one of which also moved to London area. Any info welcome.
red mail Fowler
Any help with Fowler family, 5 brothers, Tom born 1887, Harry, Joe, Jack and Ebeneezer? Bromford, Aston or Erdington areas. Any help much appreciated.
Left Family
Looking for any information on the Left family from Birmingham, my earliest find is John Left born 1813.
Taylor Payton
Looking for info on John Lloyd Taylor born in King's Norton, Worcs abt. Jan 1838 (mother: Mary. father: unknown). JLT is listed in the 1841 census as living in King's Norton with William Payton age 65 and Ann Payton age 55. His mother married Edwin Payton in 1843 in Birmingham. They have 5 children: Clara, Alfred, Julia Ann, Edwin, Benjamin Franklin. All were born in the UK except for Benjamin. They are living in Yardley, Worcs when the 1851 census was taken (Mary, the children, but not Edwin).Said to have come to the US in 1851; possibly to the Mohawk Valley in NY. JLT studied in WI and became an Episcopal Minister. Died 1908 Oakmont, PA. If you have any info please contact me.
red mail Caroline Moss, Temple Street
Caroline MOSS and her two sons William H MOSS and William K MOSS appear in the 1881 census at 14 Temple Street, Birmingham. She was born about 1850 at Hereford. Does anyone know more about her?
Burlton, Burleton, Williams, Phillips, Imms, Stedman, Priest, Barlow, Lapthorn, Aston, Pipe & Lyde
I am researching these names in the Aston, Birmingham area. My father, GEORGE FREDERICK BURLTON, b1895 Aston, was a Barnardos' boy, came over to Canada and lost all traces of his family. His father was: HENRY PETER STEDMAN BURLTON, married LAURA JANEWILLIAMS(nee Phillips) in Aston, 1882. His father's first wife was: ELIZABETH LAPTHORN, m1872. My father had many brothers and sisters. Henry's father was PETER BURLTON, b1810, Pipe & Lyde, married CAROLINE STEDMAN, b1811, Bucknell,Salop. Herparents were: John Stedman and Ann Imms, b1779. Ann's parents were: John Imms and Mary. Thanks for any information that you can give me.
red mail Gillett, Horton
Joseph Gillett b 1800 in Gloucester parents Fernandes Gillett and Elizabeth Lucas. Joseph was a brickmaker and married Mary Gee at Saint Philips Birmingham in 1825 also married Caroline Horton at St Martins Birmingham 1859 looking for anyone who mayhave any connections with the family Thanks
red mail Probert, James And Family, St. Martins, Birmingham
James PROBERT and his wife Catherine had the following children christened at St. Martins, Birmingham: James Robert (1805), Catherine (1806), Mary (1809), John (1811), William (1813), Elizabeth (1822) and Emma (1822). Does anyone have any connections?
red mail Kendall, Woodcock, Powell
William KENDALL married Sarah WOODCOCK Jun 1785 at Aston Juxta Birmingham. Sarah was daughter of Thomas WOODCOCK and Elizabeth POWELL (probably daughter, b 1745, of Benjamin POWELL and Mary? LOATH?). William and Sarah had 3 daughters, Ann (1796), Maria (1798) and Elizabeth (1807) in the Saint Martin district, Birmingham. Sarah WOODCOCK had a sister Elizabeth (1767) and three brothers Thomas (1769), Richard (1770) and Samual (1772). Any connections?
red mail Vale Family
William Vale - a Cabinet Maker, lived in Birmingham. May have originated from Evesham/Bengeworth, Worcestershire: William Vale - b.1872/73 - m.Annie Elizabeth Pettit - b. 1874/75. Married in Handsworth in 1902: Winifred Laura Vale (daughter) - b.1903: William Vale (son) - b.1907 - Brixham Rd., Ladywood:
red mail Pettitt Family
PETTIT(T) FAMILY:--- Phillip Henry Pettit, b.Birmingham - 1846/7: Annie Elizabeth Pettit (wife), b.1850/51- Handsworth: Annie Elizabeth Pettit (daughter), b. 1874/75- Handsworth - m. William Vale 1902 - Handsworth: Nellie Pettit (daughter) - b.1875/76 - Birmingham: Emily Petit (daughter), b.1878/79- Birmingham - m.James J.Margetts, b.1878/79 - Birmingham:
red mail Jarvis, John - Vinegar Brewer - Wrentham Street
John JARVIS was living in Wrentham Street from before 1838 to after 1851. He gives his trade as Vinegar Brewer (I believe Wrentham Street is now known for other activities). He married Ann Kendall at Aston Juxta Birmingham 1819 and their children included Emma (abt 1829), Mary Ann (abt (1832), Samuel (abt 1834), William (abt 1836) and Elizabeth (1838). I'd like to hear from anyone with any connections or knowledge of Vinegar Brewing at this time and place.
red mail Baker, Henry - Military Ornament Maker
Henry BAKER (b abt 1809 at Rochdale, a Military Ornament Maker living in Rea Street Birmingham, married (1832 Edgbaston) Mary PROBERT (b abt 1809, Birmingham. Probably daughter of James and Catherine PROBERT). Children born 1833 to 1848 include MaryAnn, John Henry, Anna (or Annie) Henry, Emma & Alice. Any connections?
red mail Birmingham, St Pauls
Rann Kennedy was the second incumbent of St Pauls and served the church as Curate and Vicar for 50 years. Two of his sons, Charles Rann Kennedy and Benjamin Hall Kennedy, were distinguished scholars and men of letters. Benjamin especially had a verydistinguished life - Headmaster of Shrewsbury School for 30 years, Canon of Ely, Regius Professor of Greek at Cambridge.
red mail Gomery / Gum(m)ery
I am doing a One-Name Study on GOMERY / GUM(M)ERY and variants and would love to hear from anyone who is interested in, or is researching, these surnames anywhere in Birmingham city and Warwickshire.
Seeney, hudson, jones, tighe, borne
Looking for any SEENEY,HUDSON,JONES,TIGHE,AND BORNE'S in Birmingham 1800-2000

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