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red mail Gurney, Everitt
A number of my mother's family have connections with Aston, both on her father's side (the Everitts) and on her mother's (the Gurneys).
Posted: 2008, Contact email reconfirmed: 2019
red mail Harper, Saunders, Lane, Palmer, Heath, Taylor/Jordan
Looking for people with these names in their trees. Harper, Saunders, Lane, Palmer, Heath, Taylor/Jordan
Posted: 2007, Contact email reconfirmed: 2019
red mail ALLEN William Richard
Searching for information or contact with other family members of William Richard ALLEN born 30 Oct 1890 in Aston, who married Ellen Matilda DANIELS (formerly EDEN, nee WARD) 31 Jul 1926 at St. Peter& St. Paul's, Aston. Children: Doris & William George
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Harper family of Aston
My husbands grandfather was G eorge Henry harper he married Sarah Goacher in 1917 my mother in law Loisa was born in 1918 and George died in the flu epidemic in December 1918, I believe his parents were Florence Saunders and George Henry Harper and I would like information for my family tree.
Posted: 2005, Contact email reconfirmed: 2019
red mail johnson family
alfred johnson m.mahala willmore 1856, all saints, birmingham sons joseph, ernest,arthur, and daughter alice. arthur lived and died in australia. Alfred was an electroplater in Birmingham born cc1839 Any info please?
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Spencer/Allender
Am looking for any information on John Francis Spencer born 1849 maried Myra Pricilla Allender. They lived in Aston in 1881 and John was a Commission Agent. Children, Thomas, Myra, George, John Joseph, Georjina Arthur, Alfred
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Phoebe Collier (Wright)
Im trying to locate the final resting place of my 4x great grandmother, Phoebe Collier, nee Wright. She was the daughter of Robert Wright and Mary, born in 1801, in Dudley, WOrcestershire. She was baptised on 28 Jun 1801 in Alvechurch, Worcestershire. She married Edward Collier on 1 Mar 1824 at St Mary's, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, and had at least 3 children, Edward, Thomas and Sarah. I have found a death certificate for her for 8 Oct 1887 at 2 Harriet Place, Bordesley Park Road, Aston, Warwickshire, but I have no idea where she would have been buried. I have done various searches but as I can not find which parish she died in, I cant find a burial. Her husband Edward was buried 10 years previous to her, and was buried in St John's Parish in Dudley. According to the 1881 census, Phoebe was living in Bumble Hole, Netherton, Staffordshire, aged 89. Has anyone any idea where to look? or do you have Phoebe Collier (Wright) in your family history? Thank you
Posted: 2018
red mail ARMY CAMP/BARRACKS IN ASTON
DOES ANYONE KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT AN ARMY BARRACKS IN ASTON AND CAN I GET ANY MORE INFO ANYWHERE EITHER BOOKS, ARTICLES ETC
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Preece/Ashford/Bennett/ Parkes
Mary PREECE b. 1813 Ross-on Wye married Joseph ASHFORD by whom children Joseph, Mary, Caroline, Ann (all born in Newnham). Then married William Rufford BENNETT in Wolverhampton, by whom two daughters Emma and Harriet. Emma married Francis Joseph PARKES in Aston and they moved to Sollihull, then Lewisham. Children:Frances, Leo, Hubert, Monica, Edgar,Gilbert.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Dorman, Percy
I am looking for Percy Dorman. Born roughly 1914-1918 in Aston Warwickshire. Sisters Eliza (Annie) bn 1896 and Elsie (Emily) bn 1900. Brothers James (Jim) bn 1901-1904(?) and William (Bill) bn 1906 d 1984.
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2018

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