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red mail Kempson from Wordsley
Hi all, I am looking for any of the Kempson family from Wordsley in Stourbridge, particularly related to Mona Doris Kempson b.1892, Joseph William b.1867 and Williams Collins Kempson b.1845 in Brierley Hill. They owned a Draper business in Wordsley until a decade or so ago. They are also related to a Peter Tertius Kempson, a surgeon born in 1814 in Birmingham who emigrated to Canada and the US. Any info would be much appreciated. Thanks Steve
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2016
red mail chapel street
Can anyone tell me if the two old houses in chapel street numbers 17 and 19 have there original numbers, as the rest of the street was rebuilt
red mail Edwin Gough
I am looking for information on the Edwin Gough. He was born approx 1820. He married Elizabeth {Bessie} Ellis, her birth place was in England. They immigrated to Canada and had a daughter there. Any ideas on where to serach for birth records, census, family churches ect...
red mail joseph eggington
Looking for information on joseph eggington, my GG grandfather. Was born in Wordsley in approx 1825. Married Elizabeth (maybe Abbiss). there maybe other spellings of this name ie: Eggerton, Egginton, Egington.
red mail Lowe Family
My parents were Christopher & Elsie Lowe who lived in Belle Vue. I would be interested in talking to people with similar conections. My mother was Elsie Simpson before marraige
red mail Mercy KINGLEY
I am seeking further information about the ancestors of Mercy KINGLEY, born about 1834 in WORDSLEY, STAFFORDSHIRE. Mercy was my GGG Grandmother. If anyone can help, it will be great! Many thanks

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