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red mail Bartley/Hammond
Information required for marriage of George Bartley and Elizabeth Hammond Astley Abbotts area and William and mary Bartley children christened under hammond.Bartley 1800 to 1815 Astley Abbotts who i think may of moved to Tipton Staffordshire
red mail Ann Davies
I'm trying to find out a little bit more about Ann Davies who was born in Astley Abbotts around 1838. She married a William Roberts in 1861 and they had 4 children. Sarah, Thomas, William & Alfred. According to the cencus records she remained in Astley Abbotts until her passing apart from a small time spent in Worfield. Any information regarding her or her family (especially who her parents were) would be appreciated. Thanks.
red mail Pitt Eykyn Parsons Stringer
Looking for relations of Mary Pitt 1720-1797 m John Parsons, Martha Pitt 1716- m John Eykyn. Seeking connection with Yorkshire or London Pitts.
red mail Palmer family
Would love to hear from anyone researching or descended from Palmer family of Astley Abbotts eg Henry b1834, wife Ann (nee Barratt) and children Emily, Ellen, Sarah, Edith, Annie, Lydia, Herbert, Ashton, Henry and my g-gf Edward Trevor. Bev
red mail Charles Foxall
Charles Foxall was born in Wolverhampton abt. 1791 and was married to Jane? abt. 1820. I believe his father was Charles Foxall, who married Penelope Embrey in Astley Abbotts in 1772 but I have not been able to verify this. Any help would be most welcome.
red mail Yardley : Astley Abbotts and Chetton
A bit of the following is conjecture, but I think fairly reliable. John (1736-1799) and Jane (1726-1783) Yardley lived in Astley Abbotts. One of their grandchildren, William (1792-1870) and his wife Mary had several children b between 1813 and 1826 including Henry, Matthias, Joseph, Mary, and William. Henry, a boot and shoe maker, never married. In later years his niece Rose, William's daughter, was his housekeeper. Matthias, a coachman, married twice, the second time, when he was nearly 60, to Jane Fletcher, 20 years younger than he was, the sister of John Fletcher who married Mary jr. Joseph was a seedsman and grocer whose wife was Eliza. William jr, my g-g-g-f, died in 1867. He married twice, first to Mary Birch, and then to Mary Cullwick, my g-g-g-m. There were at least two families of Yardleys in the 19th C living in nearby Chetton. One was a family of blacksmiths, starting with John, b 1793 in Astley Abbotts. The other were farmers starting with William, b 1804, also in Astley Abbotts. I can't find the connections between the different groups of Yardleys, though I guess that John and farmer William were also grandchildren of John and Jane. There is also a link, though I can’t find it, between the Postances, who originally came from Madeley in Shropshire, and the Yardleys: I have an old family bible in which most of the entries relate to Postances but which includes a birth record for Joseph Yardley and came down to me through William jr.
red mail Howitt
Looking for relatives of a Phyllis Howitt who was born at Stanley Hall in December 1929 and was adopted by William and Frances Pope. Birth mothers name was Marjorie Helen Howitt. I would also like to find out if William or Frances had any brothers orsisters.
red mail Painter Family
Looking for members of the Painter family who hail from Astley Abbotts. My G G Grandmother was Isabella Painter, daughter of William Painter, who at the time of Isabella's marriage (in coventry - 1851) was a farmer.
red mail Rogers
My brick wall: Seeking parents of Edward ROGERS who married Sarah TROTH 21-Sep-1797 by Banns in Astley Abbotts Parish Church. Sarah was baptised 15-Dec-1779 at Presbyterian Church, Oldbury by Halesowen, Shropshire, parents Joseph and Alice TROTH. Have found no other information about Edward other than he was a Labourer.

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