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Maria Stevens
Hi Looking for any information on my 2 x Great Grandmother Maria Stevens (Stephens) born 1849 Tamworth. The only information I have at the moment is that she had a daughter Kate born 1867 my Great grandmother, Kate was born in Tamworth Union Workhouse, Maria is on 1871 Census, Aston Manor. Any info would be really appreciated Thank You
Posted: 2021
Hi, I am trying to research a Margery M. FLETCHER. born 1920 in Tamworth Staffs, she married a Robert Ernest Childs MUNSLOW in 1942 in Sutton Coldfield Staffs.They had a son Richard C Munslow B 1957. I have done a fair amount but this one is proving very difficult, to start with there are 2 Margery FLETCHER'S born in Tamworth Staffs in 1920 one's mother's surname is Hawes another is Jeffs both ( B M D ) How do i find the right Margery FLETCHER that i am trying to research. ( I have an Marriage Index for a Margery M FLETCHER that show's she married a Robert E C Munslow in 1942 ) .
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Elizabeth Robinson of Tamworth
I am seeking any information/help with the baptism of Elizabeth Robinson, supposedly in 1753 in Middleton parish (just down the road from Tamworth). I have found a baptism in Tamworth 26 Dec 1754 for an Elizabeth Robinson that might be her, but I cannot find a baptism for her for Middleton. Is anyone related to, or researching Elizabeth? She married John Beck 15 Feb 1774 in Wishaw, Sutton Coldfield.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Looking for Alfred Watton & family 18th/19th century
Family story says Alfred Watton was a Steward to the Peel Family (Sir Robert Peel). His daughter Elizabeth married Thomas Smith. Their son James was first Lord Mayor of Birmingham Daughter Lydia married Hallewell Rogers (5th Lord Mayor). Daughter Elizabeth (my Great Grandmother) married William Sanderson from Kendal. I'm interested in anything about the Wattons / Smiths. I have a few family photos of Smiths etc.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Thomas Riley & Elizabeth Page
Thomas Riley and Elizabeth Page were married in Tamworth, 1 November 1824. Their children were subsequently baptised in Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Any information on the Riley and Page families welcome
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Joseph Betram Bullock
Am looking for any information on my great grandfather Joseph Betram Bullock born 30.5.1874 in Tamworth.
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Starkey
I have a strong, but unconfirmed, theory that my earliest proven ancestor John Starkey might have come from the Tamworth area. He was probably born say 1690 - 1700. I would be pleased to exchange information with anyone who has clear Starkey links in the time frame given, but I cannot undertake research as I don't live in the area.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2019
born c 1933 Married Jack Hood 1955
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Barber, John
Researching John Barber chr. 17/2/1788 Barlaston Staffordshire marr. Elizabeth Walthew 18.5.1812 Norton in Moors, Staffordshire. If anyone is researching either of these families would love to hear from you.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Thomas Cooke
Thomas Cooke age 21 married Emma Pipe age 20 on 12 May 1842 at Chapel of St. John, Tamworth Union, Staff. Thomas Cooke, tailor his father William Cooke also a tailor, Emma Pipe's father was James Pipe, farmer. Looking for direct descendants of this marriage, poss. children born in Tamworth. Thomas's father emigrated to Canada in 1841.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2016

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