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red mail family name willetts
seeking information on Willetts families this area around 1680/1700.Any help appreciated Neil.
red mail martin bryan smith
looking for any living relatives of martin smith owing to the fact that his crew and him were all killed when thier plane was shot down on the 6 june dday over normandy his air craft has been found this year, it was in the kidderminster shuttle on the 11/10/2012 thank you
Joseph (also known as John) Brewster and Sarah Jasper lived in Wolverley between 1769 and 1852 and had at least 9 children. Joseph was a shoemaker. Looking for any connections.
red mail Looking for haddleton family
Jean francis born nov 1929 at wolverly, daughter of francis (george) haddelton born 1901 looking for help with family connections.
red mail Giusti
During the late 1700,s and early1800,s there was an Italian Plasterer by the name of Giusti living and working around the Wolverley area. I believe he was my g. grandfather If anyone comes acroos the name please get in touch
red mail Cooper Kenwrick
Mary Ann Cooper mother of Rhoda Cooper who married William Kenwrick of Astley in Dec 1849. Where is her father?
red mail Wall and Cox in Wolverley
Anyone researching the Wall or Cox family from Wolverley and Cookley? Particularly William Wall and Eliza Gould who married around 1840? Later descendants lived at the "Old Forge" between the Stour and the canal.
red mail Goodwin, Hooper and Dunn Families.
Looking for the Goodwin, Hooper and Dunn families of Wolverley. James Goodwin and Agnes Etheridge and family.(ll children).
red mail Famous Type-founder
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 John Baskerville was born at Wolverley, Worcs 28th January 1706 and died at Birmingham 8th January 1775. A famous English printer and type-founder. In early life he followed various pursuits - footman, stone-cutter, calligrapher, teacher, and maker of japanned ware. About 1750 he turned his attention to type-founding and printing, and was elected Printer to the University of Cambridge for 10 years in 1758. His first work was a famous edition of Vergil (1757) other noted specimens of his art are editions of Milton (1758-9) the Prayer Book (1760) four editions and others in subsequent years; Juvenal (1761) Horace (1762) the Bible (1763) and a series of Latin authors (1772-3)

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