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BUNN/HOLYOAKE/BRATT
TRYING TO TRACE THE SIBLINGS OF CAROLINE HOLYOAKE WHO MARRIED RICHARD BUNN AND LIVED HERE ABOUT 1911, AND ANY INFORMATION ON RICHARD BUNN BORN 1887. A NEICE CALLED AMELIA WAS INCLUDED ON THE 1911 CENSUS, BORN 1898
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Masons Aston 1900s
Looking for descendants of Tom Mason b Barrow u Soar 1882 & Louisa Whitmore b Aston 1879
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
Ernest Grout born 1890(Duddeston district)
He was the son of a George Thomas Grout and Mary Ann James. His father was a gun action filer(presume at BSA Birmingham). Cannot trace any mention of Ernest after 1901 census. Does anyone know what happened to him.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
Underhill
Looking for Annie Underhill, born 1872, married James Albert Foster in 1892. Her father was Joseph Underhill, but who was her mother and where was she born?
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
red mail William Colin Cushing 1895-1946
William Colin Cushing was my great uncle, he was a lithograph artist and served in the great war. He was born in Surrey but grew up in Norfolk. While still in france, in November 1919, he married Camille Pinat, in Montreuil Sur Mer. At some point he took his bride back to Norfolk, but I cannot find any reference of when. Can anyone assist? I know he was in Norfolk in 1936 when my aunt, Denise was born. Any leads would be appreciated. Thank you.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2020
ROSIER:William Samuel b 1864, & family.
Seeking any information on the Rosier family of Aston 19th / 20th century. William Samuel b1864 was married to Jane Amelia Goddin who was my grandfather's sister. Both the Rosier family and the Goddins were in the British Army in India. William Rosier was a colour sergeant in the South Wales Borderers and my grandfather Walter Elliott Goddin was a bandmaster sergeant in the Hampshire Regiment, which was the official band to the Governor General of Madras. It appears that after leaving the army the Rosiers returned to Aston. A later census gives them there with several children although my mother never mentioned having relatives, (cousins,) in that area. The Rosiers second son Charles Douglas was killed in Mesopotamia in WW1. He was a corporal in the 7th Bn North Staffordshire Regiment. The citation on CWGC gives his mother and father's address as 111 Whitehead Road, Aston Birmingham. Also shown on the census were: Roland Cuthbert b 1895. Amelia Dorothy b 1897. Winifred Ann b 1898, and John b 1900. These would all have been direct cousins of my mother Doris Ivy Goddin b 1907 and she must have known them. From BMDs it appears that Roland died Birmingham in 1962. Winifred married Francis Cliff in 1929 and died Chelthenham in 1953, and John probably died Birmingham in 1969. They must have had other connections in the West Midlands area. There are still descendants of that Goddin family in Sussex and Kent including myself. Any further information would be appreciated.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2020
red mail John William Cooke
John William Cooke was born in Aston in about 1878. He married Bessie Susan Bradford in Ashted in 1901. I believe his occupation says 'hardware dealer'. I have been really struggling to find John Williams parents. Their marriage certificate says his father is also called John and occupation a 'Checker?', even with this info I can't track him down. I would love to go back a further generation and find any siblings for him. Any help appreciated.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Kezia Webster/Wheelwright's daughters
Kezia was living in Aston near Birmingham with her daughters on the 1901 census. Jemima( or Jessie) Webster married James Dean, Bridget Webster, married Leonard Wagstaff, and Rosie Wheelwright married Ernie Ross. I do not know what happened to May. I would like to know more about the girls and their families.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Bilston family
Betty Bilston, daughter of William Bilston and his first wife, Edith(nee Bennette) was evacuated, possibly to wales, during the war, but she never was return to her family, it was suggested, by other family members, that she was adopted, if anyone has any information as to what may have happened to Betty I would be grateful to hear from you. Thank you.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Smith Family
Seeking information regarding the Smith family who were living at an address in Whitmore Road, Aston in 1901. Charles Edward Smith, Beatrice Eliza Smith (Barrett), Henrietta Smith, Sidney H Smith, Geoffery G Smith and Fred Smith. Charles was a Railway Guard, Fred was a Blacksmith and George Barrett Beatrice's brother) was a Gunmaker.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2020

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