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red mail Simpson Joseph and Olive
Looking for information on Joseph SIMOSON and Olive SIMPSON. Left for Australia early 1900. Had daughter Florence May and son Alfred.
red mail Hardy Family
Looking for any ancestors of Richard Hardy 1828 - 1890 and Caroline Eliza Dawson 1839 - 1900 lived in the Burton upon Trent area he was a Brass Finisher most of his life they had 6 children - 4 daughters and 2 sons my lineage is through their daughter Emma 1866 - 1928 who moved to London by 1891, Emma married Edward Driscoll in 1894.
red mail Family mystery - Yates, Gothard, Mousley
JOHN YATES (1813-1857) of Walton-on-Trent married SARAH MOUSLEY (1809-1857) of Burton-on-Trent. They had four children, Sarah, John Mousley, William Henry and Catherine Elizabeth. At some point they moved to London, where John Yates had a tailor shop at 66 Jermyn Street. Sarahs sister Catherine Mousley also lived with them. After John and Sarah both died in 1857, the four children moved back to Burton-on-Trent with their aunt Catherine. After they grew up all four siblings emigrated to America (at different times), along with William Henrys wife MARY ELIZABETH GOTHARD (m. 1873 in St. Modwens). The kicker is that Mary Elizabeth apparently got fed up with William Henry and came BACK to England!! I would love to hear from any of the GOTHARD family who might have old letters or info about why she came back and what happened to her. I would also love to hear from any YATES or MOUSLEY family with connections to Burton-on-Trent. I have a collection of old family & friends photos from the 1800s that I would love to identify. Thanks! - Crispin
red mail Bearwood House
Hi, I am trying to find anyone who worked, or knew anyone who worked for Sir Clifford Gothard at the above address between 1939 and 1941.
red mail Florence Edith Barnett
Florence Edith Barnett, the daughter of Jane Augusta and Charles William Henry Barnett was born in Derby on 8th April 1869 and baptised on 16th May in the same year. She attended Christ Church Girls' School from 1876 until her family moved to Burton where she appears on the census of 1881, 1891 and 1901. In 1901 she was working as a milliner and living in at the big general draper's store of Ordish and Hall in the High Street. After 1901 I can find no record of her can anyone help, please. Chris
red mail George John Atterbury
George John Atterbury, the son of Edwin Atterbury and his wife Elizabeth (nee Cornock) was born in Burton in 1849. I can find him in 1861 in Claines, Worcestershire with his mother Elizabeth and siblings James William, Jane Augusta, Eliza and Laura. The name has been transcribed as Attenbury. After 1861 I can find no mention of him. Can anyone help? Thanks. Chris
red mail Sir Clifford Gothard
I am trying to find information about the household of Sir Clifford Gothard in 1939. Interested in anyone who knew the domestic servants who were working at Bearwood Hill Road at that time, particularly a Miss Bennett.
red mail William Kent (Bill)
Looking for BILLY KENT, John Hayward his old school pal. BILLY was born in Broadway Street in 1942, and had two sisters, Shirley and Prunella. His father was in the services, and when he retired worked at Ind Coope Romford Brewery. Bill went to Uxbridge Street School and after full time education went into the RAF in Germany. His number was 23697563 L/CPL Kent, RAF Comcen, B,HQ 2ATF) Troop, HQ (WRAFG("TAF) BFPO 40 last letter dated July 1958. Any information on Billy or his family would be appreciated.
red mail Joe (Joseph) Turner
Hi looking for information on Joe (Joseph) Turner born late 1800's early 1900's born in Burton On Trent Staffordshire was serving in the Army India 1928 have photo taken in Dalhousie which is an outpost!
red mail Hayward Family
I am searching for any information on the HAYWARD Family who lived in Burton upon Trent from around 1898.. The father was called George (from Coppenhall in Cheshire), Mother Dorothy Isabella nee MCPRIOR (from Northumberland) and they had four sons, George Thomas, James "Jim", William Alfred and John Dinsdale. I think that George Thomas might have gone to Australia on the £10 POM package but am not sure. George Senior worked as a Stationary engine driver at Trumans Brewery and died in Burton in 1950. Would love to hear from extended family or friends of.

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