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County town: Worcester Other major towns: Dudley, Oldbury, Halesowen Origins of Name: Roman fort of the Wigoran tribe, Anglo Saxon Population 1801: 146,441 Population 1961: 569,967 Acreage: 447,993 Urban Land 1961: 15.4 %
 
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red mail Preece Family of Worcester
Edgar James Preece (a son of Thomas and Annie Preece of Stoke Edith in Herefordshire) attended Worc. Royal Grammar School from the age of 12 and went away as a Groom to the New Forest between 1891 and 1901. He later returned to Worcester to set up businesses (A pub and Livery business) before buying Newlands Farm in Norton. He married Edith Powell in 1915 but she is not mentioned in his will altho she survived him. Edgar died in a Worc Nursing Home aged 53 in 1925. Does anyone know where he is buried or what happened to his wife ?
red mail Bedenham
Looking for Emma Bedenham, she married Henry Cooper who was born Coughton Warwick 1845. Where did Emma Bedenham come from?
red mail Dadge Family
Looking for relatives of the Dadge family worcestershire Lockkeepers Ancesters of Eliza and Bejamin Dadge
red mail Charles Spencer Piper
I am looking for information on Charles Spencer Piper, born October 1911 (birth registered in Steyning, Sussex). son of Spencer Joseph and May (Payne) Piper. May have died in Worcester May 1999
red mail PARDOE
Seeking information on Ricard Brooke Pardoe and wife Ann. They had children Mary Elizabeth 1832, Richard 1832, Margaret 1833 and Isabel Lucy 1835, all christened at Kidderminster. Any information appreciated
red mail Worcester taxicabs
Looking for Arthur Maiden or relative since Arthur originally owned the austin taxicab I'm now restoring. The cab was first registered to Arthur in 1963.
red mail Horniblow
Looking for any information on James Horniblow who married Lucy Walters in 1832 in Dudley.
red mail Gwilliam
My gr granmother was Martha Fanny Gwilliam born 1889 Worcestershire, married Edward Brace in 1912, Martha's parents were Robert Gwilliam b 1848 and Louisa Hill b 1859 Worcestershire, Martha had siblings Mary b 1883, Elizabeth b 1886, Joseph b 1887, would love to get in contact with any family members researching the same.
red mail LESLIE COLLINS
Searching for Leslie Collins born 1926 in Worcestershire. Parents were George Patrick Collins and Martha Winifred Cadman, siblings included Alexander ERNIE Cadman (half brother), Frederick George PAT, Albert EDDIE, WINNIE Matilda, MARY, LILIAN Patricia and ELSIE May. The year of birth could be a little bit out, as i've found with some of his siblings, his surname could be Cadman and not Collins, and Leslie could be his middle name. Stourbridge seems to be where his mother lived for most of her adult life. He served in the military, but not sure in what area, but there is a story that he died in WW2. It's all very vague, but maybe some of the names will ring a bell
red mail GRIFFIN/BENBOW
Thomas GRIFFIN of Tenbury (m) Amy BENBOW dau of John BENBOW of Burraston Shropshire in 1797. their son Edward GRIFFIN (m) 1st, Sarah WALKER, their children were: Alfred Edward GRIFFIN (m) Eliza WALKER Elizabeth GRIFFIN (m) Sir John MORRIS Edward Neville GRIFFIN (m) Amy Louisa Gerald Benbow GRIFFIN Edward GRIFFIN (m.1843) 2nd wife Mary WHITEHOUSE dtr of James WHITEHOUSE of Willenhall their children were: James Whitehouse GRIFFIN b.1846 (m) Emily UPJON Clifton Benbow GRIFFIN b.1850 (m) Isabel ROGERS Mary Helen GRIFFIN (m) Henry SHRIMPTON Anna maria GRIFFIN b.1854 unmarried

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