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John Hill
Looking for information regarding John Hill Jnr, (my great great grandfather) baptised Lapworth 4th October 1818 and his family. His parents were John and Elizabeth (nee Fowler) married in Lapworth in 1816. I believe John Snr was born in Tanworth in Arden and was baprised there August 1786. His parents were Abel and Ann (nee Mortiboys) Hill. Abel was baptised in Tanworth in Arden in September 1749 and his parents were William and Sarah Hill. John Jnr, married Sarah Wilkins from Oxhill. Lived Southam from about 1848 to 1880 where he was a shepherd. Children were George Keeling, Ann Sophia, Caleb Felix Elisha, Isaac Henry, Hezekiah Elizah, Sarah Elizabeth, William Thomas and Arthur Amos. Gave his place of birth as Hockley Heath (in parish register shown as Tanworth when he was baptised). One or two of the sons were later butchers in Pelsall/Rushall
red mail Mills: 1800s and 1700s. Southam & Marton.
Looking for the ancestry of William Mills b. circa 1810-1821 in Southam. Married Jane Moorby. Became a miller in Marton. Photos of the windmill still exist. Happy to share data and any help appreciated.
red mail richard edward brain
does anyone have any information about richard brain he was born abt 1855, he married eliza rollins and they had a large family, any information would be great.
red mail eliza rollins
has anyone any information on eliza rollins born abt 1854 and died 1907 she was my great grandmother and i would love to know anything about her.
red mail Fitchett Power
Looking for information on Teresa Power who married Arthur Fitchett and lived at 4 Old Road, Southam, Lemington and John Power who lived down the road.
red mail William REYNOLDS and Ellen FOSTER
Looking for information regarding William REYNOLDS and Ellen FOSTER who immigrated to Australia in 1855 aboard the 'Hilton' with two children Charlotte (3) and William (1). Another daughter, Mary Ann had died in infancy in Southam.
red mail Walton, Southam and Wormleighton
Nathaniel Walton of Southam married Elizabeth Batchelor of Wormleighton (27 May 1716, Southam.) His son Polemus (born Wormleighton 25 February 1727) married Mary Plaister of Fenny Compton (20 October 1760 Wormleighton). Their daughter Mary married Samuel Davenport. Can anyone suggest the origin of the name Polemus?
red mail Orton's of Southam
Researching John Orton of Southam (Hatter) married Anne Goode 1805
red mail Spiers of Southam
Looking for information on Elizabeth Spiers, born circa 1811 Southam, Warwickshire. Married Thomas Littlehales who served with the 23 Reg. of Welch Fusiliers and died at Winchester Military Hospital in 1849.
red mail oldhams of southam
charles oldham born 1779 southam, warwickshire was a watch clock maker, he learnt the trade from his father before him(charles oldham) charles senior took an apprenticeship at wolverhampton for 7 years at a cost of £15, charles juiniors daughter fanny oldham married a tax inspector named alfred hart born isle of wight, maybe his father owed tax who knows ?
red mail Bull (Bosley) Bascote
I am looking for info on the Bull family who lived at the Lodge Bascote Long Itchington around 1870 + . There are also family members called Bosley and Atkins who were in the same area.
red mail hewer
looking for the family of margaret hewer born cica 1905 in southam had 2 daughters margaret agnes & 4 sons percy ron pat& frank. husband serve in the army & they lived in india 1924-36
red mail Southam
Researching part of my mum's family, The Pittom's and the Sheasby's of Southam, Long Itchington and Barby. In particular Emma Pittom nee Sheasby who died in Southam 1951.
red mail Martin Lucas, Elizabeth Dyer
Martin Lucas was born in November 1766 (and christened on 3rd December 1766) in Southam, Warwickshire. He was a weaver. He married Elizabeth Dyer on 1st February 1801 at St. Michaels in Coventry. Does anyone have information about him or his family
red mail Hodges, Southam, Warks
I am looking for any information about my grandmothers family. I know her mothers surname was gould. There were 5 children, Louis, Ruth, Lily, Elizabeth(Lizzie)i don't know the name of the other son, he died at birth, he may have been called Fredrick.
red mail Southam
Southam lies 10 miles NE of Warwick. The name Southam means "the southern hamlet", the village being south of Long Itchington. On the eve of the Civil War battle of Edgehill, King Charles spent the night in Southam, at the timbered manor house, which later became a chemists shop. The church bells were not rung upon the king's arrival, and Southam was fined for this oversight. Among the rectors of Southam was the famous martyr Augustine Bernher. Southam inns include : The Black Dog - named after Piers Gaveston, created Earl of Cornwall by the unpopular King Edward II & later kidnapped & executed in 1312 at Blacklow Hill, where a stone monument marks the spot of his demise; The Barley Mow; The Blue Lias, named after the bluelimestone which was carried along the local canals; The Cuttle Inn, named after the local canals (canal being "cut" in the Midlands). Coins of the realm were once made at the Old Mint, which later became an inn. The parish church is St James.
red mail Cooknell
Researching COOKNELL from Southam.

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