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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 Hudson: 1600s - 1900s
Interested in all Hudson research in this part of Warwickshire. Oldest family members go back to Leamington Hastings, Grandborough, Princethorpe, Stretton-on-Dunsmore, Dunchurch etc. Later moved to Rugby. Originally perhaps from Kenilworth (SE of Coventry) but not yet proven.
red mail Osborne/Osborn
Hello, I am looking for information on a John Osborne who came to St Helena Island with the East India Company. He married Priscilla who was a slave on St Helena and they had had 6 children. John died on St Helena on 26/07/1855, age 68. Hope someone out there will have some information. Thanks Tracy
red mail griffiths
I am looking for the birth date and death of George Frederick Griffiths (may be known as Frederick George Griffiths) he died in Hampshire about 1977. I believe he may have been born in Shropshire. He is ex-army. He was in Shropshire light brigade. Any help please. Thanks
red mail Bond family of Leamington
I'm looking for anything about the family of Thomas Bond born about 1833 in Leamington, who married Jane White, a fellow servant in a big house in London, about 1860 and was a railway guard (later stationmaster)at Paddington station; when Jane died in 1870 he remarried and lived in the Chelsea area.
red mail Henry Conolly Marrage 1866
Henry Conolly married Mary Ann Humphries 1866 at St Philips Church Birmingham Warwickshire,Henrys Father listed James Conolly occupation Plane Maker.Henry born abt 1839 proberly Ireland.Henry lived rest of live living Aston Birmingham and died there in 1920 aged abt 82,His name at death was reg Henry Conley.
red mail Sarah Collins m. John Elliott
Sarah Collins m. John Elliott 1822 in Foleshill, Warwickshire. They had a son, William, b. 1826 in Sowe, Warwickshire, baptized in Foleshill. Sarah Collins Elliott, b. 1800 was found in 1841 to 1881 censuses in Sowe Waste, Warwickshire and she died in 1882. Need her parents and place of birth. The 1861 census says born in Warwick, Warwickshire, but I need to verify. Can anyone help me? Also need proof that John Elliott was the son of Thomas Elliott and Ann Perrey. He was born in 1800, possibly in Stoke, Warwickshire.
red mail Children of Matilda Eaton ..Maiden name Albrighton
Hello can anyone help me find the Daughters of matilda Eaton as far as I know there names are Nancy Eaton ..married name Barron. Second daughter Margaret born 1939 in the Atherstone area of Warwickshire. There fathers name was a William Eaton.
red mail Joseph Markham
I am looking for information on joseph markham, my great grandad. He was born in 1907 and married caroline williams in june 1928. I also know he possibly had 7 brothers and died in 1973. I am looking for the names of his mother and father, if anyone knows can you please send me some information. i would be extremely greatful.
red mail Lloyd
My Grandad Richard Lloyd 1912 born Warwickshire England, married Louisa May Brace, parents Richard Lloyd b1879 Warwickshire and Hannah Ashford b1892 Somerset England, Richard b1912, had siblings Annie Lloyd b 1914, Edward Lloyd b 1916, Joan Lloyd b 1920, William Lloyd b 1918, Jack Lloyd b1921, Ivy Lloyd b1926, anyone with any information, please contact me as this side of my family is like a brick-wall
Descendant would be pleased for any information on the above - relatives, adverts, documents etc. Don't know much about the company I'm afraid - hoping someone can fill the gaps.

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