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County town: Warwick Other major towns: Birmingham, Coventry, Solihull Origins of Name: dairy farm by a river dam, Anglo Saxon Population 1801: 206,798 Population 1961: 2,025,476 Acreage: 628,972 Urban Land 1961: 24.1 %
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red mail Thomas Harris of Chochill?
I am trying to find where my 4th gt grandfather is from. His U.S. naturalization record states "Thomas Harris was born of Chochill in Warwick Shire in England on or about the 4th day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety eight". Does anyone have any idea where Chochill might be?
red mail Harry & Nellie Plummer
Looking for details on my grandparents. Albert Henry Plummer was known as Harry. He and his wife Nellie lived in Sherbourne Crescent, off Hollyhead Road. They had one son Albert who is my father. We emigrated to Australia in 1965. I am looking for family members.
red mail Ronald Hind
Please could anyone help, my son's fiancee is looking for her dad, who abandoned her when she was born. Can anyone help, his name is Ronald Hind, she has been able to find him living in the B14 area, but can't find the full address. Can anyone oblige. Thank you so much
red mail Woodcock
Hi, I'm looking for information about my Woodcock ancestors. My great great great grandmother was Sophia Woodcock born 1836 in Solihull, she married John Keatley in 1862 in Birmingham. They came to New Zealand on the Resolute in 1865. Her parents were John born about 1790 and Elizabeth Woodcock. Unsure of Elizabeth's maiden name. Johns parents were William Woodcock and Mary Hayward (I think). Any help given will be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Regards Leah.
red mail The Hatton Asylum, Warwickshire
Hi I'm trying to find information on my GGGF who died in the Hatton Asylum in 1912. His name was Frederick George but entered the Asylum as John Mason. Does anyone know how/where I could search? Thanks for any help that can assist cheers Donna
red mail Firmstone
Could you help me, I am looking for the adopted daughter of Gertrude and Victor Firmstone. Her name was Lorraine, and around the early part of the 1970's she was living in Dolman Street Nechells, Birmingham. The last time my husband saw her was around that time. She was adopted by his aunt and uncle because they could not have any children of their own. Unfortunately, we don't know here birth name. I am depending on you, my sleuths to help me solve this mystery...good hunting.
red mail QUARTERING, Elizabeth, 1710- death date unknown; married with LINNEY, George,1710-1801.
Was wonsering who Elizabeth's parents were; she lived in Warwickshire; don't know the year she died; she married a Mr George Linney who lived between 1710 and 1801. It's a rather unusual name. 'Quartering'. So surprised that it's hard to get anywhere with her.
red mail Flat 72 Meadway Tower, Nechells Birmingham 7
I need some assistance, my daughter was living at flat 72 Meadway tower, Nechells, Birmingham 7. She moved in in 2001 and I need to know if she was still living there towards the end of that year. Can any of you slooths obliged.
red mail Lowndes
Researching Rosina Lowndes or Lownes married a Mr Till 1800c Birmingham England later widowed to marry a Mr William Jones a blacksmith in the 1830s. any help on this ?
red mail Robert Sly
My mother had a son in the first quarter of 1952. She gave him up for adoption. I am searching for him and I am wondering what mother and baby home she may have been in and which adoption home she would have taken the baby.

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