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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 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
red mail Adcocks in Birmingham
I have collected a lot of information about the Adcocks in Birmingham and some from the surrounding area of Warwickshire. Would love to swap information.
red mail SAYER, CATTERMOLE, Warwickshire
Charles cattermole (born 1811 in Southery, Norfolk), married Ann SAYER, (born in Warwick), on May 1837 in Handsworth, Birmingham. They lived for a while in Leamington, Warks, where Charles was born ca 1840. Afterwards they lived in various parts of Birmingham, George Henry was born 09.03.1850.
red mail JAMES, WARD, Warwickshire
Sarah WARD married Edwin JAMES on 24 June 1842, in Birmingham, they were born about 1804/5. He was a cabinet maker. They had about 10 children, all born in Birmingham, except for Elizabeth who was born in London. Edwin's parents were William and Elizabeth JAMES.
red mail NICHOLLS, FRANKISH, Warwickshire
Spencer NICHOLLS married Maria Lucretia FRANKISH on 17 Dec 1820 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, she was bapt 9 Nov. 1799, he was bapt. 1 Oct 1798.
red mail John Lyons
I am searching for any information about my great grandfather John Lyons, born 1821, village or town unknown. He joined the army and was discharged in Nova Scotia Canada ca 1850. His second wife, my great grandmother was Sarah.
red mail elizabeth Axton married in Church Lawford
hi am looking for information about my g,grandmother x5. ELIZABETH AXTON, born aprx 1740, married to WILLIAM HIRONS in Church Lawford in 1758 dont know anymore about the Axton's but would like to. hope some one can shed some light on this lady all the best Marian
I am searching for information on the MARTIN,COWLEY,GUEST AND WALKER families in and around Birmingham. My g.grandfather William MARTIN married Rachel WALKER (born in Leeds I think) in Birmingham in 1872. William MARTIN was then staying with his sister Mary COWLEY (nee) MARTIN and her husband Samuel COWLEY and their children in Birmingham. William Martins brother also lived in Birmingham Thomas MARTIN who married Maria GUEST in Birmingham in 1878.Any information will be appreciated.

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