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red mail collins family in belbroughton between 1921 and 1929
looking for any information on the collins family who lived in belbroughton rd thomas collins was a farm worker/naggoner and emma /emily collins and there six children lawrence edith elizabeth beatrice gertrude and sidney, gertrude died in 1923 and is buried in belbroughton churchyard any help please email me
red mail fox and everiss families
would like to know of any information on a john fox who was a blacksmith in Belbroughton in early 1800,s if moved to brettell lane, Brierley hill. . . . also anything on the everiss family who moved there from Twyning gloucester
red mail Charlotte Guest
Charlotte Guest(aka Laetitia/Letitia) was sentenced in August,1791,to 7 years penal servitude and transported to NSW arriving on the 4th.fleet in February,1792.She was tried and sentenced at Worcester. Apparently she was baptised in Belbroughton.Would appreciate it if anyone has any extra information re the family or the trials.
red mail Wood Family
I am trying to trace my fathers brothers and sisters or any of the family from Belbroughton area. His name was Kenneth Thomas Wood and he left his home when he was 18. He was the eldest son of Frank Wood
red mail Davis/Davies
looking for information on Davis family of Belbroughton. John Davis born about 1816-18 gives Belboughton as his place of birth on two census records. He was a canal boatman. His marriage certificate of 1837(to Charlotte Naylor) gives his father as Samual Davis. Any information on Samuel, his wife & any other children would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Elizabeth Barlow
Elizabeth Barlow married Joseph Freeman who was born in Belbroughton 1787. I can trace Joseph but not Elizabeth, could anyone help. They had seven children, John, Eleanor, Selina, Joseph, Caroline, Mary and William.
red mail Edwardl Ward of Belbroughton and later Kinver.
1. Edward WARD. Born 1791 in Martley, Worcester, ENG. Edward died in Belbroughton, Worcester, ENG, in Aug 1876; he was 85. Buried on 6 Aug 1876 in Belbroughton, Worcestershire, ENG. Holy Trinity, Anglican. On 23 Feb 1819 when Edward was 28, he married Anne PARDOE, in Kidderminister, Worcester, ENG. Born abt 1796. Christened on 30 Oct 1796 in Belbroughton, Worcester, ENG. Anne died in Belbroughton, Worcester, ENG, in Sep 1867; Buried on 7 Sep 1867 in Belbroughton, Worcestersire, ENG. Holy Trinity, Anglican. They had the following children: 2 i. William (~1819-1870) 3 ii. Charles (~1821-) 4 iii. Harriet (1823-) 5 iv. Samuel (~1826-1910) 6 v. Edward (~1828-) 7 vi. George (~1830-) 8 vii. Susanna (~1832-1894) 9 viii. Jane (~1833-) 10 ix. Philip (~1833-) Can anyone help please with additional information about this family?
Smith
Looking for information on Harriet Smith 1821 Belbroughton daughter of Mary Ann and Thomas. Granddaughter of John Smith 1761 Belbroughton and Esther 1786
red mail OAKLEY
I'm seeking information on ELIZABETH OAKLEY (b 1854, Belbroughton, to GEORGE and JANE OAKLEY who were both from Staffordshire). Elizabeth married Edward Herbert Davies in Birmingham about 1874.
red mail ABEL (ABELL & ABLE) FAMILY
I am looking for information on the Abel family (also spelt Abell and Able) who moved from Chaddesley Corbett to Belbroughton and Bromsgrove. Thomas Abel born 1804 was a Wheelwright, his son Giles Abel born 1843 was a Wheelwright/Carpenter who worked in Belbroughton around 1851. His daughter Annie Elizabeth Abel was a school mistress at the village school in Belbroughton in 1891.
red mail Shewards of Belbroughton
I am researching the history of Thomas Sheward, born about 1770 possibly in Belbroughton. He married a Mary Snow and died in 1840.He is buried in the churchyard there. Parents may have come from Stottesden & Farlow are. Any information would be of interest to me.
Brecknell
Looking for details of Brecknells in Belbroughton in 18th and 19th century
red mail Stokes Of Belbroughton
I am desperate to find out more about my Stokes family - Albert, b 1867; Sarah, b 1869; Samuel b 1874; Arthur b 1875, all at Belbroughton. I think Albert moved to Catshill and Sarah married Alfred Ernest Painter and moved to Stourbridge.
red mail Mascall Ancestors
I'm keen to find out about my Mascall ancestors who lived in Belbroughton. I can go back as far as Humphrey (b.1654) and Joan (nee Smith) Mascall, but I know very little about them. They had a son called Joseph Mascall (b.about 1694) who married a Mary. Their son William Mascall (b.1726) married a Hester. They are the parents of my 4x great grandfather John Mascall (1750-1819), who married my 4x great grandmother Susannah (nee Harris) in 1790. Would love to know more about the Mascalls of Belbroughton.


 
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