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red mail Marriage of Sarah Askey to Joseph Beck
I am trying to locate anyone researching a family tree with links between the Askey family and Beck family, namely Sarah Askey (bp 1827) who married Joseph Beck, iron caster(bp 1821), son of John Beck (fire iron maker). Sarah's parents were (I think) Joseph Askey and ? Gettings. Help please
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Beck family tree
I am looking for anyone researching the Beck family tree. I have on my tree an Edgar Beck, whose father was Joseph Beck (bp1821) who married Sarah Askey (bp 1827). Joseph's father was John Beck (fire iron maker). John's wife might have been Mary Ann Ridley but I am not certain. Is anyone sharing these people on their family tree? Any details gratefully received. I can share vital docs for my people. Ta
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Amy Grabowski
I am intersted in information about Amy Grabowski (Grabowsky/Grabouski) born in March 1888. Her parents were Albert Grabowski and Eliza Stokes In the 1901 census she was in the Aston Union Cottage Home for orphans and deserted children, and her mother was in the Workshouse across the road. Cheers Howard
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Amy Grabowsky/Aston Union Cottage Homes
Does anyone out there have any information about Amy Grabowsky, who at the age 13 was an inmate in the Aston Union Cottage Homes? I am seeking details such the year and circumstances in which she was admitted, and the year she was released
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Beck family tree
Does ayone share links with the Becks of Aston? Including John Beck (bp 1791), married to Mary (bp 1786). Their children were: Joseph (bp 1819),Susan (b. 1826), Louesa (b. 1826) Joseph married Sarak Askey 12 Dec. at St Martins, B/Ham) and had the following children:- Joseph (b.1848 Aston), Edgar (b 1856), Henry Percy, Colenza, Allen, Ellen, Emely, MaryAnn, Sarah Ann, Water and Percer. Edgar Beck married Sarah Ann Greening 11 April 1880 and had John Absalom.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Askey
Does anyone have family links with Henry Askey born 1837 Aston. he was a nail caster by profession. He had a sister Sarah.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Prouse/Prowse; Aston District, Birmingham
Looking for any info about the Prouse/Prowse family who moved to Aston District, Birmingham from Littleham, Exmouth in Devon. In particular Richard Prouse, Master Mariner, (b. 1822, Littleham), his son John Henry Prouse, Master Carpenter, (b.1860; Littleham) & his son William Horacio R Prowse, (b. 1900; Aston, Birmingham). Any info or contact from other relatives very much welcome.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Kirby family, Warwickshire
Anyone connected to Alice Kirby b abt 1875, daughter of Tom And Louisa Kirby(nee Bastock), think Alice may have married Edwin George Dowling in South Stoneham, Hants in 1903. Can anyone confirm this?
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Harpers of Aston
On 1911 census unable to find George Henry Harper B 1896,George Henry B 1876, May Evelyn nee Howes, Drusilla nee Lane B 1840 or any other family members, any ideas anyone running out of credits
Posted: 2009, Contact email reconfirmed: 2019
red mail Elsie Harper
looking for birth in Birmingham ?Aston of Elsie Harper 1894/5 granddaughter of Drusilla nee Lane, who were her parents
Posted: 2008, Contact email reconfirmed: 2019

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