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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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Thomas& John Evans (202925)
Looking for these two brothers please. They were cotton spinners from warwickshire Thomas was born in 1837 not sure on John as have no information on him . What i have is that they lived in Elizabeth st in Manchester (going on what i was told) . These two brothers are very mystifying as i cant find any trace of them at all, there parents we dont know who they are so please please any help there would be most helpful The search is for a lovely 71 year old lady who would like to know what happened to members of her family. We think that John never married as he got into trouble and was sentenced on the 5/12/1864 for arson and was put on a ship to Australia for convicts. Please can you help
Rotten Family (202916)
Looking for information please on the above family, Sarah Rotten ,(she married Robert Keith Archibald Durham) Possible father John Rotten mother unknown Have found a MARY ANN ROTTEN born 1801-1878,her fathers name is John Would like to know if Sarah and Mary Ann are related in any way,so this is all the insight that i have on these people any help please please.
COPE family of Selly Oak, Birmingham (137223)
I am trying to make contact with members of the COPE family that lived in Selly Oak, Birmingham. Douglas W COPE married Edith A CURTIS in 1919, at Ravenstone, Leics. and had four children, known by the names of Mary, Leslie, Wilfred & Sidney. My connection to this family - Edith A CURTIS, born Coleorton, Leics. in 1899, was the eldest sister of my father John Henry CURTIS - the youngest member of the family. This is a big gap in my family history which I would love to fill, and now living in Australia, it is harder than if I was still in England. I know that the daughter Mary, married a man with the surname WALTERS and they had at least one child named Barbara WALTERS. I have recently found Mary's death, in 2002, and she was still living in B'ham, so I'm hopeful that there may be other members of the family who might look at this entry. Christine.
James LYONS (99426)
Looking for James Lyons b Albury OR Coventry Warwickshire in 1844 and left for Australia when 19 yrs of age, his father also James b 1821, would some kind person look up 1851 & 1861 census, Thank-you
MAUNTON/PALSER Birmingham (66143)
Thomas Maunton, born 1799 City of Oxford, married Amelia Palser in 1821, St Philip, Birmingham. Thomas & Amelia had thirteen children, two of whom were Jabez (1824) and Sarah Frances (1832). Thomas was a Tailor. In 1842 the family emigrated to New York. Jabez married Jane Robinson (born 1826 Scotland) and Sarah Frances married Richard Yates Renwick. Any information about this family would be greatly appreciated.
ASKEW (Thomas) (50446)
My 4th great grand father was Thomas ASKEW, born about 1770. Married Winniford LINDON March 21st 1701 somewhere in Warwickshire. They had Winnefred Ascough (note spelling of name change) in 1797. She married William LOWER in St. Lawrences church, Foleshill, Warwickshire, 19th June 1813.
ANDERTON's (48691)
Broad-brush approach: William ANDERTON,b:1756, married Mary THELWYND. Children: Abraham (1796) William, John, Mary, Jacob, Rebecca, Martha (1781) & George, 1791. Young Abraham married Sarah SHEFFIELD & they married 14th March, 1815 in Nuneaton. They had William in 1815 and he married Mary WADLEY 4th April 1837. They had son Abraham in 1837, and Mary Ann (B:1852)who married William Dutton Brockas 8th January 1878 in Meriden, Warwickshire. That's why I am assuming all the above came from somewhere in Warwickshire. Any familiar names for you?
Powell (43959)
George Powell married Margaret Dovey circa 1893. Adopted children, who may have been related to the couple, George, Samuel and Maree
Dovey (43958)
Margaret Dovey married George Powell circa. 1893. Adopted children, who may have been related to the couple are George, Samuel and Maree
Underhills in Warwickshire (43082)
Members of St.Philips cathederal circa 1830

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