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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 Ralph Reuben Lees
could someone help, I am trying to find where my great grandfather, Ralph Reuben Lees is buried,and the exact date of his death. He was born on 7th November 1866 in Birmingham, to William and Eliza, he married a widow called Matilda Thorley(nee Bradbury), on 1st January 1896. I think he died around 1931/2, but the full date and where he is buried, eludes me. Thank you for your help.
red mail Roy Hazlewood
Hello, could anyone help me. My great aunt Edith Vallentin(nee Sly) re-married, to Thomas Hazlewood,but the marriage record I have found is 1956. A child was born to the couple in 1938 Roy, I am searching for him, I believe he moved from Birmingham to the English Coast, his wife's name being Eunice. He used to work for Rolls Royce, I dont know much more about him than that, but if he is alive, and anyone can help me find him, I have important information for him. Thank you for your help in the past. Curious Fox has always come to my rescue when I have hit a brick wall, I do hope you can help now.
red mail The Sly family
Could someone help me, my great grand parents, Thomas and Mary Ann Sly, lived most of their lives around the Smallheath/Little Bromwich area. Addresses were 43 Blakeland Street, and 78 Blakeland Street. By the 1920 they had moved to 104 Byron Road. Where this is going, I have a photo of my grandfather, John Sly, but I wondered if anyone, who may have connections with this family, may have photos. I would love to know what my grandfather's siblings looked like, and I hope you can help.
red mail Howard Fitzwater.
Hello Does anyone know of the Fitzwater family? Howard was a home child, and went to Canada in 1929, he returned to England, in 1936, and then went back to Canada, of his own volition, once more returning in 1938. Apparently, his next course of action was to join the R.A.F However, there is no information as to Howard's whereabouts, once he returns to England, and he is not mentioned in the Absent Voters list, unlike his brother, Edward., Howard was born to my Great Aunt, Sarah Jane Sly and Louis Edward Fitzwater, in 1914, he married Ethel Venables(Nee Pugh), in 1962, and he died in 1972. If anyone can find out where Howard was living between 1938 and 1955, I would be grateful for your help. Ethel and Howard had no children, but his three surviving brothers and sister, did, although Alfred died in 1947, and his wife remarried. Also, I would appreciate it, if anyone knows of any living friends of the family who might be able to tell me something about Howard's service with the R.A.F. because, at presant that is information it is difficult to get hold of. Thank you
red mail HARRISON FAMILY
Looking for GG Grandfather Henry Harrison (b:1812) Warwickshire? Death 1913 Wellingrove NSW Australia; Father George Harrison; Mother unknown. Henry was transported to Australia in 1839 after been convicted of an offence in Bermondsey. (old Bailey Proceedings) The charge was stealing from master 27th April 1939. He was 27 years old. The convict records indicate that he had 2 children a boy and a girl. Looking for information on Henry and his family back in the UK, including father, mother, siblings, partner, children. Happy to do a swapies with someone looking for details in Australia and maybe you can do my research in the UK. Have Australian history for Henry. Thanks Rosemary
red mail Sweeney
Can anyone help me, Daniel Sweeney, married Margaret Hanley in 1914, in Ireland. They came and settled in Huddersfield, for a time, where four Children were born, Bridget 1918, Mary 1921, Teresa, date unknown, and Daniel 1922. However, two other children have materialised, Micheal and Lillian, I have no records for them, and wonder if anyone out there has any connection with this family, Mary Sweeney married David Gower, Daniel married Patricia Felton. There doesnt seem to be any further information regarding Bridget. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you for your time.
red mail Brown
Gertrude Helen - born 1886 Valentines Day! She passed away 1883 in Sussex. I have been told that she enjoyed this area. Among others such as Houndlow, and Twickenham. I am her grand-daughter Joy Leslie born Feb. 2nd 1964. Her daughters name was Trudi and was married to a Reginald Kitchener with one son Mark. Abt. eight years older than myself. I loved my grandmother and wish to know anyone who can tell me about her. She traveled all over the world from shipping labels. She was married to a William Brown - whom due to the war remains in the background, yet I do have reason to believe he provided for both. Regards, Joy.
red mail Gower/Vann/Hollyoak
Hello, it is the Vann, connection I am really interested in, can anyone help, particularly if you are related...... Miriam Forester or Forest, married Anthony(?) Vann, they had a daughter, called Miriam Hilda, who I believe, married into the Hollyoak family, who married into the Gowers, what I am looking for are the marriage records of Miriam and Anthony(if Anthony was his name), which seem to be illuding me, and the possibility of locating her parents. Our illusive Mr Vann, apparently, was born in Italy, but that is debatable... he had some connection with St. Chad's in Birmingham, as regards to the mosaic flooring. Anything you can tell me will be appreciated.
red mail Thomas William Greener & family
Thomas William Greener, was born abt 1888, Newcastle on Tyne, Northumberland, England. In the 1901 & 1911 census, Thomas was living with his family in Ryhope Village, Sunderland, Co Durham, England. On the 1911 census, his occupation is that of a Blacksmith. At some point in his life Thomas married, left Ryhope, and ended up living in Birmingham with two of his children (not known if his wife went too). The two children, both born in Ryhope, are thought to be Mary Isabella Greener, b abt 1920 and Edward Greener, born abt 1916. Mary married Stanley Smith, in 1941, Meriden, Birmingham(?), and had a daughter, Stella (b abt 1945). Thomas William Greener, believed to have died abt 1973; Mary abt 1994, and brother Edward, abt 2009, all in Birmingham. If the above form part of your family tree I would be most pleased to hear from you with a view to sharing/comparing notes etc.
red mail Possible connection to my family tree, can anyone help?
William J F Hoban married Beatrice Marston, abt 1912, Aston, Warwickshire. They had two children, both girls(?), Winifred Beatrice Hoban, born on 6th Oct 1913, Aston & Doris M Hoban, born abt 1916, Aston. Winifred married Frederick Brewer(?) abt 1936, Birmingham and they had two boy`s(?), Melvin F and Neville F, both born in Birmingham. Doris married Walter Field(?) abt 1916,in Birmingham. Any help gratefully accepted.

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