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red mail Evans
Has anyone any information on the Evans family please. I have come across a marriage cert. of Mary Ann Evans who married Moses Willetts in Parish Church of Cradley in 1863.The Evans family & two large families of Willetts lived next door to each other in Peartree Lane Rowley Regis,Dudley on 1871 census
red mail Evan's family
Does anyone have any information on Henry Evans who was born born about 1844 & living in Eastside Village Cradley in 1851.His Father was William Evans born about 1812 & married to Sidonia (Pearson ),I know he married Alice Lucas born in Manchester in 1870. I am unable to find a birth for Henry.They eventually moved to The North East ,Newcastle & my Grandfather was born there in 1872.Henry & Alice were married in The Parish Church of Dudley
red mail GARRETT
Benjamin GARRETT - landlord of The Vine Lyde Green 1940s - 1950s. Any information - spouse, children, parents, siblings.
red mail Theophilus Edwards
Any details. Born 1827 Pensnett Staffs. Married Elizabeth Grazer (or Grazier) 1859. Coal Miner. In 1881 living at The Parade, Cradley. Died before 1891.
red mail England, Westwood of Cradley
Elizabeth England was bap.1794 in Cradley, eldest of ten children of Joseph and Ann. She married James Westwood in 1814, and they had six children in Cradley. The eldest, Ann, was tried with her sister Pricilla in 1834, and sentenced to transportation to Van Diemen's Land. There she married Samuel Britton, another convict, and they had seven children. The youngest, Eliza, became my gt-gt-grandmother.
red mail HILL EDWARDS
Can you trace your family to Frederick HILL(b 1869) and/or Emma EDWARDs (born 1868) who were married (in Cradley) in 1890?
red mail William Evans
Has anyone any information on William Evans born abt.1845 ,living in Cradley(east side of village) and married to Sedonia(born in Old Swinford). they had 5 children,Mary Ann,Henry(my Gt Grandfather),Elizabeth,William &James.This information is on 1851 census
red mail carradine
many carradines in cradley 1600-1750 any info ?
red mail Henry Barnes
Iam having problems locating the birth place of my Gt Gt Grandfather. Henry Barnes b. 1849/50 he married at St Peters church Cradley 31.3. 1872.his wife was Ann Caradine, formerly Worton.Henry died at Two Gates Cradley 22.7.1872.I would appreciate any help, thankyou
red mail Edmonds
Seeking info on Thomas Edmonds, married Elizabeth Sidaway. He was School Inspector and collector of local taxes in Cradley. I believe his dob is around 1865
red mail beach ancestry
john beach born 1799-1801 cradley married a hannah from rowley lived in langley park lane 1851 census
red mail Hinton
Looking for any information on the hinton family. John Thomas hinton 1911, brothers enoch, edward,and sister winifred, probably a few more siblings. John married Sarah ann howard born in either 1913 or 1915. They lived in Rowley, and then Colley gate. Would love any more information on them please.
red mail Smith Family
My grandads parents ran the pub the old dunn cow in gorsty hill nr Rowley. Their names were Percy E smith, and Alice m Whitehouse. I have no information other than they were married in 1920 at Cradley heath holy trinity church. I would love some more history on them. Also They had 2 children Dorothy and Frank, they had a some Jack? who died as a baby. Thanks for any help.
red mail Perry Family
I have no information on my grandads relatives. He was Thomas Perry Born 1913 and died in 1977. He lived in Colley Gate near Cradley. He married Ethal M Bennett and they had 5 daughters and 1 son (my dad). I have no information on Ethal either other than she was born in 1918 and died in 1977. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
red mail Hannah Dorse John George Box
Hannah Dorse John George Box. these are my GGG grandparents.
red mail Forrest
I'm seeking information on Ruth Forrest who was born in Cradley around 1807. She married William Garness in West Bromwich.
red mail Coley
I am lookin for descendants of William Coley and Mary Walker, from Cradley. Any info would be much appreciated
red mail DREW
William 1781 x Ann(Nancy)1786, children Maria1806, William1811, Ann1811, Phineas1813. Phin. married Mary Ann Freeman of Waste Bank, Lye, their children were Maria1844, 1836, Ann1838, Thomas1842, Tamar1843, Jane1844, Elizabeth1847, william 1851, Harriet1854, Dorothy(Doretty)1857, Joseph1860. census for 1841, 1851, 1861 show them living at Cradley Forge, Netherton. Any information welcomed.
red mail BARNES
Names: BARNES
red mail MOYLE.PISARICK
Harry Moyle born 1881 in Cradley father Thomas .Harry married Emiline Amelia Pisarick in Norton Woodsetts,Derbyshire they had 2 children born Ecclesall,Yorks.Iris Rossilla 1904.Muriel Amelia 1906.I have little informatiom on the Moyle`s but a lot onthe Pisarick`s
red mail Allen SLATER from Rock, Bewdley and Cradley Worcs.
Seeking info on Allen SLATER b Rock/Bewdley, Worcs. c1852. Father Henry, Mother Emma REES. Allen m Oliveah b c1851 Cradley Worcs, m date not known but about c1876. They had three children that i know of. Harry c1877, William c1878 and Alfred 1881 Allen is my g Uncle
red mail Willetts In Cradley
Hi I am seeking information on the family of THOMAS WHITEHOUSE born Old Swinford 1808/9. married Elizabeth Willetts in Old Swinford 1833.I know that Thomas was previously married but not to whom. Several children born Cradley Forge. Any help would be most appreciated. Geoff W
red mail Southwick And Mascall
I'm interested in finding out about any of my Southwick or Mascall ancestors who lived in Cradley.
red mail Faimly Overend, Cradley
HI IM LOOKING FOR ANY ONE WHO CAN GIVE ME SOME LIGHT ON MY FAIMLIES HISTORY.MY GREAT GRANDPARENTS WERE FROMOVEREND,CRADLEY ELON WEAVER&SARAH ANN (CARTWRIGHT)WEAVER.ELON WAS A CHAINMAKER IN CRADLEY.THEY MOVED TO THE U.S.A IN AROUND1898.ID LIKE TOFIND OUT IF THERES STILL RELATIVES OVERTHERE OR ANY INFORMATION OF THEM
red mail Cradley Links
This is Cradley in north Worcestershire (now part of Dudley), an ancient manor and also once famous for being one of the four main Black Country iron chain making towns.


 
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