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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 pledger family in london
please anyone know about the pledger family especially arthur nelson pledger
red mail BEASLEY 1807- and GENT1809-
Trying to trace family from William BEASLEY 1807-, married (1831) Ann GENT (1807/9-1878, daughter of William GENT and Hannah CRISP). Lived at 7 Plowman St, Rugby, then at 7 Cherry Tce, Rugby. Had 9 children - Mary the eldest, born 1833 Crick, Northamptonshire; Joseph BEASLEY(1835-1910, migrated to NZ, the second, son also Joseph). Grateful for anyone who connects.
red mail Morris / Luddington / Warwickshire
Morris Family ( Luddington Old Stratford ). Can some one help me, Part of my family is the Morris family, On the 1841 census a Thomas Morris is 20years old and the son of Anthony aged 55y ! wife Hannah aged 55y !. Also on the 1841 census is a Henry Morris aged 30 years old wife is Mary. So I am asking is Henry the BROTHER of THOMAS and is Anthony Morris the Father of the two children!! Can some one help me with all info on the Morris Family in Luddington. Thank you all.
red mail Looking for any information on Joseph Betteridge
Looking for any information on Joseph Betteridge/Betterage/Bettridge born 1842 Bedworth, warwickshire. he married Matilda Prater in 1866 Staffordshire.I believe Joseph had a sister Sarah Ann born 1854 Bedworth, Warwickshire. His mother was called Ann. Unable to locate Joseph on 1851 census records, in 1861 Joseph was an apprentice lock maker lodging in Willenhall Staffordshire. Would love to know any information about Joseph and his parents/siblings. any help would be great. Thanks
red mail Nathaniel Woodward b. about 1590
I am still putting together information this Nathaniel Woodward. There is a lot of conflicting information on him and his family. May have been from Lincolnshire or Wiltshire, England. Came to Boston prior to 1633, when he joined the First Church as a member. He was trained as a carpenter (builder) but the Colony used him as a surveyor on many occassions. He led the crew that laid the border between Mass. Bay Colony and Plymouth Colony, the later between Mass Bay and Connecticut. He was admitted as a freeman (to Boston) on 17 April 1637. The last reference to him is to be found in 1661, but the last reference to his property in 1670, but he is never referred to as "the late Nathaniel Woodward". He may have gone to Taunton, where he and his son had property, or even back to England. He was by then at least 71 years of age. Named in the Journal of American Genealogy, it said that he came from Warwickshire, where his family held positions in the Magistry and the Courte Elite of the county. It said that a Nathaniel and a Samuel were cited by a Bishops bench in 1630 to go to the hall of the Lord de Bermingham to take an oath that they would not preach their Puritan outside their home. They instead left with two yeoman, Henry Saterlee and Richard Sumner to Whitehaven, to take passage to Boston. It also said that papers exist in the Archives at Aston Hall that prove this Woodward line (lineal decendents of Edgebaston, Birmingham Woodward line) is "closely related" to the main Shoevington Manor and Standish Manor, Lancastershire. These papers were deposited there, (Aston Hall) in 1840, and were a sworn copy of another set that were in the Borough Library at Birmingham, Warwickshire. A letter was found at Castle Browmich Hall to Lord de Bradford written by Nathan Woodward in 1644, bearing the post mark of Roxboro, Massachusetts. (Roxbury, Mass)
red mail Guy's Cliffe House
I am looking for the where-abouts of a rather large painting, It is called "The Cave of Despair" It used to hang in Guy's Cliffe house but it has vanished, Some people believe Bertie Greatheed to be the artist but I think he payed Joseph Severn to paint it. Can anyone help me do you have any answers? Could it still be in amongst the Heber- Percy collection, if so where?
red mail Elizabeth Brown
Hi Looking for information on Elizabeth Brown born 1861 chilvers coton she married Timothy White in attleborough 1884 they had 3 children , ada 1885, Alice 1892 , Percy George White 1899. I found family on 1901 census , Alice White married Henry Ward 1912 and they had 2 daughter Gwen 1913 , Thelma , PErcy George White 1899 married MAry Chequer 1920 Nuneaton and they had i think 3 children Doris b 1923 d 1927 , Ronald b1930d1930, Percy T C White b 1927 . Does anyone have any information on family especially what happen to Elizabeth ? I know Timothy White died 1912 . What happened to Alice and her family ? What happened to Percy and his family? I have info on Ada White she is my grandmother , but would really like to find out what happened to rest of her family .. hope someone can help please thanks Kym
red mail Capewell - Warwickshire, (Coleshill)
Can anyone help, I have a James Capewell (b. 1814) in Coleshill (Christening), Warwickshire. I have his mothers name (Elizabeth Capewell) and also what I assume is a Cousin or less likely Sister (b 1819) called Elizabeth (who I believe married Rev Amos), she appears on 1841 Census living with James. I know a Joseph Capewell (and Elizabeth) had a child (Joseph) around 1812 and were married in Birmingham c1810, but no firm link. James (1814) married twice - Marriage Cert shows Elizabeth Faughtless (no other trace for surname) and a Mary Marshall around 1852-4
red mail Wildsmith Birmingham
Update to my previous post about Joseph William Wildsmith and Annie "Hannah" Hudson. I have found a second daughter unknown to the family called Ivy M Wildsmith she was born in 1917 and later married perhaps to someone called Jim? Joseph and Hannah also had a son called Joseph William H Wildsmith born 1914, he was known as Billy. Again if you recognise these names, please get in contact.
red mail Looking for parents of Samuel Simkin
1. SAMUEL SIMKIN, was born 1805 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England. He married (1) DOMESTIC SARAH BROTHERTON 30 Apr 1832 in Warrington, Lancashire, England, daughter of Richard Brotherton and Mary She was born 29 Sept 1811 in Warrington, Lancashire, England. Children of SAMUEL SIMKIN and SARAH BROTHERTON are: i. LOUISA SIMKIN, b. 1832, Warrington, Lancashire, England. 2. ii. PRISCILLA SIMKIN, b. 1836, Leeds, Yorkshire, England. iii. RICHARD SIMKIN, b. 1838, Leeds, Yorkshire, England. iv. FRANCES SIMKIN, b. 1841, Runcorn, Cheshire, England. v. DAVID SIMKIN, b. 1844, Runcorn, Cheshire, England. vi. ELIZABETH SIMKIN, b. 1848, Runcorn, Cheshire, England. vii. JESSE SIMKIN, b. 1850, Hulme, Lancashire, England; d. 1927; m. MARY I. MUIR, 24 Dec 1883, Fall River, Bristol, MA; b. 05 Sep 1854, Fall River, Bristol, MA.

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