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John GITTINGS, born c1834, Brierley Hill
Looking for information on the above, please. I believe that he was born around 1834 at Brockmoor, Brierley Hill (based on census information) and migrated to the Middlesbrough area where he married Susan OLD in 1886. John died at Middlesbrough in Q4 1891, whereupon Susan went on to marry John ESHELBY in Q1 1893. Susan seems to have died at Middlesbrough in 1929.
Post Revised: 2021
red mail Sim/Marsh
HI,Im looking for information re Pamela/Pamalia/Pamelia Marsh,reputed to be from Brierley Hill who married my Great,Great Grandfather John Sim in Barrow in Furness in 1873 at St.Georges Church. John hailed from Inverurie,Aberdeenshire
Posted: 2019, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Uriah Bagnall
Hi, I'm looking for any information on Uriah Bache. I know she married John Bagnall in St Thomas, Dudley 1813. Her daughter Hannah was baptised in Brierley Hill in 1814 and later emigrated to the US. I have been unable to find a death record at all for Uriah. Many thanks.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2020
red mail William Richards Born 1815
I am a descendant of William Richards born 1815 he married Mary Ann Bigham in Trevethin in 1836 his second son Robert was my great grandfather. I am trying to trace William's parents.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Baker/Jones Family in Brierley Hill
I am searching for information on the family of (Ann) Maria Baker, born 1819 in Brierley HIll. She married Edward Brown in 1853, but was previously married and widowed to James Stevens. Her parents were Benjamin Baker, a miner, and Mary Jones, about whom I have no information.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Brown Family/Brierley Hill
Looking for information on the family of Edward Brown (born 1855) and his wife Hannah Hammond Brown (born 1856). Their children were: Thomas Edward (1878), who was my great grandfather; Walter; William, Frederick; Helen; Hannah and Edward. In the 1901 census, they are living at Little Cottage St. in Brierley Hill. Edward is a worker in the ironworks. I cannot find them in the 1911 census. I am particularly interested in finding out about the marriages of my great grandfather's siblings. Thanks!
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Brown/ Brierely Hill
I am looking for information about Edward Brown, born 1813 in Brierley Hill, Staffs. I believe his father was Richard Brown. Would love to have info regarding Richard's wife and his father. Thanks!
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2018
red mail cholera epidemic of 1849
My ggg grandmother died in the cholera epidemic of 1849. Does anyone have further information about the epidemic or what records may be available?
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2018
red mail brierley hill - fish and chips
Does anyone have any memories/information of a fish & Chip shop located in the town that was owned by Esther and Reg Hart? This would have been from about 1940-1960. Thanks!
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2018
red mail MARY LEDGLEY (or Sedgley), Brierley Hill
I'm trying to find information about MARY LEDGLEY (possibly Sedgley?) born round about 1848 in Brierley Hill (father Jospeh) who married DAVID MANFULL ASHTON on 14 August 1870 in Clent, Worcestershire and had 4 children (Maud M, Tamar H and Charlotte Agatha born in Quarry Bank, and Beatrice Sophia born in Stourbridge). The only information I can find about her is on the marriage certificate. Help!
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2016

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