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red mail WALTON John 1654
John Walton born 1654 (Oct) Broseley, Shropshire. I have his life info but missing the date of his burial.
red mail William Jones 1821 - Broseley
Looking for any information on William Jones 1821 from Broseley, A farm labourer, father of William Jones 1856 and John Jones 1861(my GGGrandad)both born Broseley. i cannot find any information on William Jones 1821 wife! Who i believe died around John Jones 1861 birth! on 1861 Census i cannot find either William 1821 or William 1856, John 1861 is with his grandparents at Ferney bank Madeley. on 1871 Census the family are together in Sedgley, Dudley. William Jones 1821 parents - Andrew Jones 1787-1841 & Mary Morgan 1787 married ST Leonards Broseley 1820. thanks Wendy
red mail Walker
I am researching the Walker Family William Walker D.O.B 1831 Wolverhampton.Wife Ann.D.o.B. 1826.Broseley. Most of the Children were born in Benthall and Broseley. one Son John was born in Wolverhampton D.O.B 1857. John Married Jessie.E.M.Dorsett John and Jessie had several children. One Daughter Married into the Hatton Family. Same Hatton family a Daughter, of the Harvey family Married into. I have some information I am willing to share. But I need more On the William Walker Side. and Ann Surname unknown
red mail Harvey
Looking for more information on Abraham Harvey and Wife Ann Higgins Abraham DOB. 1827.Benthall. Ann D.0.B.1833.Broseley. I have the list of their children.But need more on their backgrounds. I am willing to share all information I have This would lead me to the Hatton Family as one of the Grand children married a Hatton
red mail Birch meadow chapel Broseley
If any one has relatives buried here they may be interested to know that during recent work at the former birch meadow chapel human remains have been uncovered. The identity isnt known as no one can locate any records. If any one has any information,it will be much appreciated.
red mail Birch Meadow Chapel Broseley
The birch meadow particular baptist chapel was built around 1803 and closed 1927. A lot of the records were lost,im trying to make a list of the people buried there,do you have any relatives buried at birch meadow chapel,if so id be pleased for any information,thank you.
red mail Parkes and Cook in Dudley
Looking for any info on Joseph Parkes and wife Alice Cook. Married in Dudley in June 1884. Joseph son of Edward Parkes and Alice daughter of Thomas Cook. Am struggling to trace names of mothers. Joseph and Alice had a daughter Elizabeth Ann Parkes born July 1983 in Gornal Wood, Dudley. She married John William Hayes in August 1918. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
red mail Johnson in Bromyard, Worcester or Wolverhampton
Looking for any info on Emma Johnson, born c 1855 in Worcester. Her father was Thomas Johnson, born c 1817 in Bromyard, Herefordshire but struggling to trace her mother's name. Emma married Joseph Hartshorne of Broseley, Shropshire in the 1870's. On the 1881 census she's living with her husband, children and widowed father in Wolverhampton. Are any of these people in your tree? Would love to hear from you. Thanks.
red mail Hayes in West Bromwich
Desperate for info on my great-grandparents Edmund Hayes and Mary Ann Taylor. Living in West Bromwich in 1884 when son John William Hayes was born. Struggling to find their marriage or any confirmed signs on census returns. I keep drawing blanks - can anyone help? Any information would be a real help. Thanks.
red mail Hartshorne
Have traced my ancestors Francis & Eliza Hartshorne to Queens Street, Broseley on the 1851 census. Francis was a confectioner and they had 7 children: Twins Joseph and Benjamin, Elizabeth, Francis, John, Harriet & Clara. Are any of these people connected to you? If so, I'd love to hear from you.
red mail HANNAH WALFORD 1841
I am searching for info about the parents of Hannah Walford born in Broseley in 1841. Her father's name was Joseph Walford. Can anyone provide more info e.g. mother's name, dob, or dob of Joseph Walford or names of his parents? Any info would be greatly appreciated
red mail Broseley
I know broseley area,so can give information on local churches and burial sites ect and info on its history.
red mail Sumnal
Any details of a Thomas Sumnal who lived in this area would be appreciated.
red mail Lewis
Does anyone have information on Maria Lewis born 1850 daughter of Noah & Frances Lewis of Broseley?Maria gave birth to Emma,illegitimately in 1869,they both lived with Noah & Frances until 1879 & then Maria disappeared.Maria had brothers George,Obadiah,Noah & Steven.Any info would be appreciated.
red mail Glover/Williams/Haddon/Eaves/Jefferies
I can trace my ancestors back to 1580 in Broseley in the family lines of Glover, Williams, Haddon, Jefferies and Eaves. Does anyone have these families in their family trees? I am happy to share/receive information.
red mail Glover-Broseley
I am looking for information about Mary Glover and her ancestors. She married John Wilde in 1754 at Saint Leonard, Broseley.
Maria LLoyd brn 6/12/1767 dau; of Priscilla Thursfield brn 4/6/1732--------Married George LLoyd in 1763 in Madeley (Salop) Priscilla was born in Broseley and had 6 syblins Eleanor 10/7/1743---John brn 16/12/1733---Hannah brn 12/4/1741--- William brn 9/5/1748---Thomas brn 8/2/1736---Mary brn 8/10/1738---- Marie LLoyd had so far found, syblins Mary brn 25/5/1764 Edmund 14/7/1765----------Marie brn 6/12/1767-----Because they moved around in their early years, it makes finding all children difficult. Marie married Richard Wood Wellings--Marraige 1/1/1802--- The LLoyds of broseley decended from the LLoyds of the Manor of Cosford and originally of Montgomeryshire.
red mail Hammond/Wilde - Broseley
Looking for information on the Hammond and Wilde families who lived in Broseley. Thomas Hammond married Fanny Wilde at St. Leonard, Broseley in 1798.
red mail George family
I am looking for information regarding William George who I believe was born in Broseley c.1808. No knowledge of parents or siblings, but he moved to Worcester and lived there until he died in 1860, as the owner of a furniture shop. He married Mary Lewis, but I don't know when or where. Patrick
red mail finney in broseley
my g.g.g.g.g.g.grandfather was born here about 1726 he had a brick making compandy i would like to know if any one knows where he lived in broseley and any information on his father and mother thanks
red mail SARAH BIRCH
Sarah was born in Broseley in 1776. She later moved with her family to Merthyr Tydfil where she married Thomas Tudor in 1793. Does this ring any bells with anyone out there
I am looking for infromation about Henry Corfield and his wife Sarah Ann,maiden name Poole.In the the Broseley area,he was born 1880 and died 1963.Sarah ann born 1879 died in child birth approx 1917,There after Henry Corfield remarried Olive Victoria Erickson from Cardiff area born 1880 died 1966...
red mail Thomas Smith
I am looking for parents of Thomas Smith born Broseley circa 1820. Thomas, my great grandfather, married Letitia Perry in Stoke on Trent in 1863 and had a daughter, Maria.(My grandmother) Any help would be appreciated. (Thomas was a miner) Doreen
red mail Susannah Brown
Trying to find connections to Susannah Brown b. 1778C Broseley, maybe married John West.
red mail Legge
Interested if anyone has information on Legges in Broseley or nearby towns before Richard Legge c1630. Variously known as Leg, Legg, Leeg, Lleg
red mail LEGGE, Glover
George born circa 1805 in Broseley, believed to be son of Richard Legge and Jane Legge nee Glover. George was a potter and on 1841 census is living in Bradley/Bilston with his wife and family. His wife was Ann Roberts born circa 1805/06 in or around Broseley. John and Charles Glover also living with George and family. Any information re Broseley Legge/Leggs or any Legge/Legg or Glover connection would be most welcome.
I'm looking for links to the Surname WHITTINGHAM from the BROSELEY area of SHROPSHIRE and near by. They later moved to BARNSLEY, YORKSHIRE. The family name used to be GOUGH it. WHITTINGHAM was added at a later date, after the name GOUGH became used as a middle name instead. The family are still called WHITTINGHAM. There appear to also be links with the Surname OLIVER too. If any of this sounds familiar, please get in touch! Thanks.
I'm looking for links to the surname GOUGH. The family came from SHROPSHIRE and were born near BROSELEY. They moved to BARNSLEY, YORKSHIRE around the 1870 - 80's. There is also a link with the surname WHITTINGHAM. This was handed down as a middle name and later became the family Surname instead of GOUGH! There may also be connections with the Surname OLIVER. Please get in touch if any of this sounds familiar.
I'm looking for links to the Surname OLIVER, from the SHROPSHIRE area, particularly BROSELEY and around there. I'm looking for connections to the Surnames GOUGH and WHITTINGHAM. The GOUGH / WHITTINGHAM family moved from SHROPSHIRE to YORKSHIRE around the 1870 - 80's.
red mail Rickward
Looking for information on John and James Rickward born in Broseley during the 1790's. Any help would be much appreciated. Pat
red mail Beddow (s)
Researching Beddow(s) name back to 1720, Edward and Sarah Evans, family lived in Broseley until early 1900s moved to Garston, Liverpool. Would like to share info with other Beddows, Beddowes or links to my research have over 200 names of my tree.
bagley family
i am desperate to trace any grave records for the following family they seem to be a very large family which seemed to stay in the broseley/madeley area of shropshire from the info i have found the info i have is as follows edward bagley married elizabeth maiden 1840 children henry joseph george richard alfred elizabeth frederick annie edward and james these all seem to have been christened in st leonards madeley from 1860 - 1869 james then got married to a mary surname at this point unknown and they had children ernest levi (this being my grandad) born 1890 florrie born 1894 james alfred born 1873 harry born 1887 elizabeth born 1885 ernest edwin born 1870 died 1872 charles born 1880 ethel born 1880 jane born 1878 and william born 1876 all born in the broseley district as i am the only living member from this side i have got no family members to ask my intentions are once i gather enough information is to visit broseley and madeley and iron bridge and hopefully visit the churches and grave yards i am also curious in the propertys they lived in are still around up north where i am from they would have been demolished as its a city but i was wondering if that was the case in broseley the addresses are 9 barratt hill broseley and 71 cape court broseley i do appreciate anyones help thanks ann
red mail Emma Price
John EVANS married Emma PRICE, daughter of Thomas Price and Mary Evans, on 19 December 1853 in Holy Trinity Church, Dawley. Emma was born in 1835 at Broseley.
red mail BRYAN
My earliest ancestor that I have details of is John BRYAN born about 1809. I know that there was a BRYAN family living in Broseley between 1650 and 1738 and it is possible that there is some connection with John BRYAN. I have details of John livingin Dudley and Oldbury which are not far from Broseley. Any leads or information on the BRYAN's would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Goodall
I am researching the Goodall family and was wondering about any English connections. John Goodall dob 27/8/1758 Broseley married Elizabeth Gething dob 31/3/1765 Barrow. Sibblings.ANNE DOB18/12/1785, MARTHA DOB6/7/1787, THOMAS DOB26/4/1789, JOHN DOB24/10/1791, HENRY DOB25/10/1795, JANE DOB22/2/1801, ELIZABETH DOB30/10/1803, JOHN JNR DOB11/8/1806. WILLIAM WHO WAS BORN IN WILLEY/BROSELEY, AND AS A CONVICT WAS TRANSPORTED TO TASMANIA AUSTRALIA IN 1829 ON THE SHIP "LADY HAREWOOD", FROM THEREHE MARRIED ANOTHER CONVICT ELLEN BALDOCK WHO CAME FROM EDINBURUGH SCOTLAND, HE WAS THEN PARDONED AND CAME TO VICTORIA AUSTRALIA WHICH IS MY CONNECTION.

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