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red mail Looking
Looking for information on John ROGERS and Jane ROGERS believed born 7 June 1867 in Alberbury, Shrewsbury, Shropshire. Had a daughter May, born 1 May 1887 at 4 Court 2, Claremont Hill, Shrewsbury, according to birth cert. Marriage cert Feb 1907 for May says father John ROGERS, Publican, Deceased.Any information greatly appreciated.
red mail Elizabeth J. Farmer born 1809
Elizabeth J. born in Alberbury about 1809, married Edward Farmer about 1832, had first child in 1834, lived in Leighton. Am looking for her maiden name and parents.
red mail Bigford family tree
I have traced my great (x3) grandfather John Bigford born in Alberbury in c1829, parents Richard and Mary Bigford - later moved to Birmingham. Any information would be extremely helpful.
red mail Bevans of Stanford, nr Alberbury
William Bevan born 1830 in Stanford, Nr Alberbury - are there any Bevan families who could help me find who his parents were.
red mail Roberts/Roberts
I have a Martha Elizabeth Roberts b1833 married to Thomas Roberts b1829. Anyone out there recognise this couple? Regards, Janet
Joseph Pigg married Mary Williams at Alberbury in Oct. 1805 Does anybody have any dates or details of their family
red mail PRYCE
My g grandfather Henry Pryce was christened in Alberbury in 1848, as was his brother John in 1846. Their sister Elizabeth gave Alberbury as her birthplace also. The 1851 census has them in Cardiston/Cardeston; their father David remarried and had two further sons (Charles and William).
red mail spicer alberbury
My grt grandfather Humphrey Spicer came to australia 1838 as a convict. His parents John (a jockey)& mother Clarissa Burgess. He and his siblings were born Treffnont. Would like contact with descendants. Mervyn .
Is anyone descended from Edward and Jane Hurdley who lived the Alberbury/Westbury area in the early 1700s? The family later moved to the Broseley/Madeley area for much of the 19th century. Ian

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