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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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Rev. Richard Amos (b 1821) & Elizabeth Capewell (b 1819)
Does anyone have information about the ancestors of Reverend Richard Amos (Ames)? I believe he was born in 1821 in Warwickshire and married Elizabeth Capewell (born 1819) from Birmingham in 1846. Richard was a Wesleyan Minister and migrated to Australia and Tonga shortly after marrying Elizabeth. Richard died in Parramatta NSW Australia in 1870 and Elizabeth died in 1872. I believe Richard's father's name was Thomas born in 1800 and his grandfather was Sergeant Major Richard Amos born around 1756. I presume they all came from Warwickshire. Thanks
Anyone else researching George Thomas BLACKWELL born 1822 Harbury WAR; son of James BLACKWELL. George, a Methodist Minister married (1) Mary Anne GILKES 1853 at Southam WAR. Children: Emily Jane b1855; George Henry b1856 ?, d1858 Chipping Norton. Married (2) 1859 Witney OXF to Harriett Sarah HARWOOD (b1832 Witney OXF, dau of William HARWOOD and Sarah STEVENS). George and Harriett had seven children born from 1864-73 in ENG & WLS then emigrated to Canada 1874-76. Eighth child b1876 New Brunswick, Canada. Family then moved to Enniskillen, Ontario, Canada.
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red mail Hetherington, Brame
I'm looking for information on Thomas Hetherington, born about 1785 in Warwickshire. He married Elizabeth, born about 1796 in Warwickshire and died about 1880 Stepney, Middx. Their daughter Julianna, born about 1832 in Warwickshire, married Henry Brame, botn about 1821 Warwickshire. They married on 2 July 1844 in St. Philips Church, Birmingham. Their son was Charles Thomas Brame, my Great Grandfather.
red mail David Barnes, George Barnes, Anne Stokes, Nellie Watkins
Researching for any information on David Barnes born about 1840 in Maney, Cambridgeshire, England. David's father was William Barnes. David married Anne Stokes on October 23, 1869 in the Parish of Kinsbury, County of Warwickshire. Ann Stokes (b. abt. 1847) parents were Samuel and Catherine Stokes. Their birthplace was Staffordshire, England. According to the 1881 census of England David and Anne Barnes had the following children William b. abt. 1871; David b. abt. 1873; Louisa b. abt. 1878; George b. abt. 1880. George Barnes married Nellie Watkins on October 19, 1916 in the District of Pontypridd,County of Glamorganshire. Nellie's father was William Watkins and I believe Nellie had a sister named Fanny Watkins. George and Nellie had two daughters Lena born in 1918 and Vera born on July 19, 1921. Both daughters were born in the District of Cardiff, County of Glamorganshire. George and Nellie along with their two daughters moved to Sydenham, Ontario Canada sometime around 1922 or 1923. Vera Barnes was my mother. I would dearly love to make contact with other family members and learn more about this side of my family so any information would be much appreciated. Brenda
red mail Marchant/Merchant/Attwood
I have hit proverbial brick wall.Ive got back to Thomas b.`1811 who married Eliza Brindle n 1845. They had three children, Susannah, Mary, John. John b. 1851 had James b. 1879 who had my Grandfather, John Harry b.1904 in Warickshire. My Grandfather maried my Nan, Annie Attwood b. 1909. Her father was William George b. 1881 married to Annie Spencer. I have a missing uncle too, who died in WWII. George Frederick b. 1902 who married Edi, children George & Joyce. After his death they seemed to disappear and I would love to find the "missing link", any informtion at all would be gratefully received. Many thanks
red mail Blakeman - Warwickshire
I'm looking for information about a Charles Blakeman, born March 23, 1858, and marrying Harriet Elizabeth Williams in 1878. They had children Amelia, Charles Henry, Annie, Sarah Elizabeth, Florence, Henry, Beatrice, John Thomas, William Alfred, Charles Edwin, Arthur, Edith, and Sidney. Any information on his parents (Joseph Blakeman and Ellen Goode) or siblings (Ann/Anne Elizabeth and possibly others) would be much appreciated.
red mail Hendersons in Birmingham, 1800s
I'm looking for info about this family. I know this so far: William Henderson born c1825 in ? Dublin, ?Birmingham, married Sarah Ann Rowley born c 1826 in birmingham; children Ellen(or Helen),John, Justus, Kane, Mary, Matthew, Sarah Ann, Thomas & Harry between 1848 - 1868. Wm is described as 'nail cutter' in 1861/71, & 'grocer' in 1881. Sarah Ann was a dressmaker. Williams son Harry, born c 1863 married Ellen Pittaway, had kids; Nellie, Phyllis, Lily, Madeline, Harry (infant death) & Cyril, my grandfather. Harry worked as a 'metal roller', later as a 'foreman of rollers' & died in 1946. Any more info would be great, especially about the wives, Sarah Ann & Ellen. Also, Kane had disappeared by 1881 - did he emigrate/join the army or navy? - he's not in the census or the death records.
red mail Baronet Sir Broughton
Am looking for the name of a Baronet called Sir Broughton in Warwickshire during the Civil War. He had a sister named Ann and lived at Causton Hall. Ann married Thomas Harris and gave birth to Thomas Harris who married the daughter of Humphrey Holen-Erdington.
red mail Bromwich
I am trying to research my Bromwich ancestors from Hillmorton/Churchover/Rugby/Daventry area. Any information on this family would be gratefully received. Thank you, David

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