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I am trying to trace the decendants of the LLOYD/EAGLES families.
On the 1881 Census I have found : Enoch & Mary Lloyd (nee Eagles),living with their children Benjamin 8, John 6, Charles 3 and Mary's two brothers Edward Eagles 17 and William Eagles 18, all living at 13 Cobden Street, Wednesbury. Enoch was working as a Puddler. Enoch was my husband's Great Grandfather.
Also on the 1881 Census I found Mary's parents, Charles & Mary Eagles and their 2 other children living in the Union Workhouse, Hallam St. West Bromwich. Charles was also a Puddler, but very sadly it looked as if they had gone into the Workhouse as they had no home.Their children were Amy 7 and Charles 1.
Very sadly little Charles died a few weeks after the census was taken, and Mary died a couple of years later. Both died in the Workhouse, and like all residents would have been buried in a Paupers Grave in West Bromwich. There were up to 8 people in these Pauper Graves with no headstones.
I have found Amy on the 1891 Census working as General Domestic Servant at the Crown Inn in Albert Street, Wednesbury.
I can't find her on the 1901 Censu as she probably married.
Hope someone out there may know something of these 2 familes.

Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2009
Wednesbury, Staffordshire


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