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red mail Aston .
Does anyone have any information on James Bertram Fitter born 1875 , parents George & Annie. They lived at George Street Aston Manor at the time of his birth.
red mail Moore/Hughes
Trying to trace anyone connected the the Moore/Hughes families. William Moore b 1825 Shrewsbury Shropshire married Harriet Hughes b 1829 Wellington, Shropshire. married 25 December 1845. Aston, Juxta, Birmingham. One of their Sons was Edward Moore b1859ish Birmingham.My Grandma was Sarah Moore b 1888 Birmingham. She had a Brother William b 1880 Birmingham.
red mail Botton Turner/Chain Maker
Can anyone tell me if a button turner would work in the same industry as a chain maker. My Gt Grandfather appears to have been both then ended up as a steel tube drawer. Is there any connection at all to these occupations. He lived in Aston Birmingham
red mail Workhouses/Orphanages
I am trying to find out if my Grandma Sarah Moore and her Brother William were ever in a workhouse or orphanage between 1888 and 1901. They lived in Aston, but I suppose they could have been sent to any in the surrounding areas. How can I find a list of these estalishements with a list of their inmates. Thank you Julie
red mail GLOVER
Seeking descendants of John & Ellen Glover, who moved from Walsall to Aston before 1891. Known addresses are 151 Grange Road, 61 Hollier Street, Vaughton Street South, and 187 Guildford Street.
red mail EYRE
Seeking descendants of William & Alice Eyre (née Anderton) who married in 1879. Their children were William and Alice (twins), Annie, Herbert and Arthur, all born at Aston.
red mail Emma Bloor (or Bloore or Blour)
Looking for any info on Emma Bloor nee Evans born 1832 in Rocester Staffs. She was previously married to a William Shaw (deceased) in Doveridge, Derbyshire. She remarried in 1876 to James Bloor in Stoke on Trent. Moved to 144 High Street, Aston ,Birmingham in about 1886. Thanks for any information
red mail Fletcher/Gardener Hall Road Saltley1901
I am trying to find out what happened to Lizzie Phoebe Gardener nee Fletcher, and Henry Thomas Gardener, the parents of my grandmother, after 1902. My grandmother was born in 1902 and registered at Lizzie's family home 31 Hall Road. In the 1911 census I cannot find any trace of Lizzie, Henry or my gran Marie Rosalie or her sister Gladys. The Fletcher family seem to have left the Hall Road address too. The next record I have is Marie Rosalie Gardener getting married in London (where I believe she was nursing) in 1922. Her father was noted as deceased by that time. Did anyone know the Fletcher or Gardener families or know what happened? I believe Lizzie and Henry split up.
red mail Tatnall
Interested in TATNALL from Aston Birmingham
red mail Robbins, Robins and Hallam
Josiah Rob(b)ins was born in Aston about 1775 and married there Mary Jane Hallam on 28th September 1809. Nine children have been traced: Elizabeth 1811, Mary 1813, Jane 1817, Josiah 1821, Eleanor 1822, Susan 1824, Hannah 1825, Sarah 1826, Clara 1830. Mary went on to marry in Newington Surrey in 1830, Thomas Pullen. She was widowed in 1844. There is no trace of a marraige to Thomas Hicks, though they had a daughter Jane in 1845, followed by at least 3 other children: Thomas, Sarah, William. I have no earlier details however of Josiah Robbins and Mary Jane Hallam and would welcome any information from fellow researchers.

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