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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 Allen family around Worcester
I am researching the Allen family from around Worcester. They have lived in Claines, Huddington, Tibberton, Hanbury, Leigh with Brandsford, Worcester City etc. I am more than happy to share any info on this family. My earliest is Johes Allen born 1577 in Badsey. I would like to fill in as many gaps as possible to this extended family
red mail Smith Family of Worcester
I am looking for any info on the Smith family from Worcester. The majority of my family came from Martley, St Clements and Hallow. If any one can help with any info of Smith's from the above locations, I would be very grateful.
red mail Yarrold, Charlotte
Looking for information on Charlotte Yarrold. Born abt 1813 in Worcestershire. Married to Joseph Clarke or Clark abt 1834. First child, Emma was born abt 1835 at Great Alne, Warwickshire.
red mail Jarvis/Kings Heath/Kings Norton
Looking for information on: DOUGLAS JARVIS B1891 in K/Norton, Florence Jarvis B1893 in K/Heath and SAMUEL GORDON JARVIS B1895. Did Douglas and Florence get married? Samuel married in 1927 and died in 1959. Does anyone recognize these names, especially we would like to know the whereabouts of SAMUEL during the years of 1935 until his death 1959. Any help would be appreciated, thanks Janine
red mail Glassblowers of Dudley
Researching the Rhodes family tree, seems a lot of marriages & baptisms were carried out at St Thomas in Dudley in the late 1700's and early 1800's(Samuel bap. 25/12/1807), and if not they lived in the Dudley area. Glass blowing and nails feature alot as occupations. Any information on these would be gratefully recieved.
red mail Sir thomas-wroth thomas
Looking for his family.Sons John and Thomas who married May Cooksey
red mail Fincher Smith/Goddard
Louise Fincher Smith was my gggrandmother. She married William Goddard a waterman from Gloucester in 1839, although I believe she came from Tardebigge. I would be glad to trace the connection with the Fincher name, and I would also like to hear from anyone interested in this family Goddard.
Looking for parents of Thomas WHITEHOUSE b. 1827 I think, at Willenhall. He m. Sarah Bunting 8-1-1857 at Collegiate Church of St. Peter, Wolverhampton. Also parents of Sarah. On m. certificate it shows Thomas Whitehouse as father to Thomas and Henry Bunting father of Sarah.
red mail Cleveley
Seeking info on domestic servant who birthed my mother 1920 her birth cert. shows her mother worked at Spring Cottage Whitbourne, Worcester
red mail William James STAGG of Worcester.
Am interested in William James Stagg b1857, Trotshill, Warndon. After his father, John, died his mother Sarah married Thomas Cook. In later census, William took the name of Cook and was recorded as a stone-mason. However he married Alice Turvey in 1893 as William Stagg but in 1901 census had reverted back to Cook. He and Alice had a son, Roland Victor, in 1899, Worcester.

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