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red mail looking for marriage in staffordshire
I am looking for a marriage in the parish of Biddulph in 1823. I have a copy of transcription of marriage. As Staffordshirebmd only goes back to 1837, can anyone advise where i can, if possible, to obtain a copy of said marriage certificate?
red mail Bradda Farm/Emily/Emmy Nixon
Jim Nixon married Emily/Emmy ( nee Thompson). They had a son Jimmy and daughter Doreen. They also had another son, their first born, named Ernest. Emily/Emmy was cousin to my mum, Margaret Emily Thompson, born 1915 in Leek and daughter of William Thompson and Florence Mellor. Jim and Emily/Emmy lived on Bradda Farm, Biddulph Moor. I have been looking for Thompson/Nixon family connection with no success. I have just been given above info by my elder sister, but have no dates. My grandparents, William Thompson and Florence Mellor lived on Bagnall Grange Farm, where my Grandmother died in 1919. Any help appreciated. Thank You. ian.
red mail thompson/banks family
Born in 1886, Emily Thompson married Jack? Banks. I believe they may have had a son, William 'Bill' Banks. I am trying to clear up some confusions with Emily. Any info appreciated.
red mail william nixon record look up
william nixon b. 1743. Biddulph staffordshire d. 1819. Greenway Moor Biddulph married mary poole b. 1746 d. 1823 no date for marriage. they had a daughter ruth nixon she had a son i believe he was illegitimate as she called him thomas nixon b. 1794 Biddulph d. 1830 Biddulph he married olive bailey. i would like some help looking up thomas birth certificate and seeing if his fathers name is on there also olive and thomas wedding certificate and any other info relating to this family. as william is as far as i have gone and im at a brick wall with this. thanks clare
red mail john holland
any info on the holland family of biddulph moor, believe john was possibly an early methodist and a miner. area of the moor called The Hollands. family moved to mow cop, then alsager.
red mail conservative club
Looking for info on Edgar James Wood staunch tory in Biddulph moor area 1950s and 1960s known as Jim and had a son named eric
red mail Albert Edward Brown
looking for information on family of Albert Edward Brown, son of William and Levina, born around 1877 - 1882 in Biddulph. He married Clara Clews in 1906 and emigrated to Canada in 1909. He served with the 64th Royal Stafford Regiment for 8 years. He also served in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in WWI. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
red mail lancaster
I am looking for any information on HANNAH LANCASTER born 1858 and died september 24th 1895, during her short life she married SAMUEL WILLIAMS and had a son named ARTHUR WILLIAMS in 1883 (who is my great-grandfather) my only information is that when she died she was living in BRADLEY GREEN, BIDDULPH MOOR
red mail Shufflebotham
I'm trying to prove the parenthood of James Shufflebotham b.1868 who married Harriet Shufflebotham b.c.1872, in 1896 at the Parish Church , Biddulph Moor and in 1899 had my Father-in-Law, Abraham William Shufflebotham. On the marriage certificate he gives his Father as being William Bailey. Is this his true Father or Stepfather ? I have a birth certificate for James , born to a Sarah Shufflebotham with no Father put down. On the 1881, 1891 census I have found a James with the correct birth date, occupation etc. living with his Grandmother, Mary Pointon b.c.1812 and also a Sarah ( on the 1881 census only ) Shufflebotham. Sarah was b.c 1840. I thought initially that William Bailey and Sarah Shufflebotham had married but I cannot find any certificate or positive evidence to say they did BUT I did find an entry for a death for a Sarah and of the right age, for 1887. I would be pleased to hear from anyone who has knowledge of the William Bailey. Thanks, Alison
red mail Stanways of Biddulph Moor
My mum was Hannah Stanway of Biddulph Moor sister Renee and brother Virley my grandad was Frank Stanway my mothers married name was Swindley I am trying to trace any relatives especially Linda Stanway my cousin
red mail Shufflebotham/Bailey
my Father-in-law was Abraham William Shufflebotham b1899 in Biddulph Moor, Staff's and married Laura Bailey b.1907, at Bidduph Moor Church ca. 1929. He had two brothers, Abner and Len .On his mothers side, Harriet Shufflebotham( maiden name ) his grandparents were Abraham Shufflebotham b.c.1838 and Hannah Wardle b.c 1840, both from Horton / Biddulph Moor. I would love to hear from anyone who remembers them . Many Thanks
red mail Gibsons
I am looking for any information on the Gibson family.I am directly descended from James Gibson, born Biddulph 1847 and who was married to Charlotte Andrews. They lived in Barnsley until their deaths in the early 1900's.
I am looking for any information on the PLANT family. Enoch & mary Plant - they had the Rose & Crown pub in Biddulph Moor and also had a farm Ridgefields. Their son Thomas married Elizabeth Bailey and ran the pub until 1902. Children inlcluded Frances, Mary Jane, WIlliam Harold, Thomas, Laura. They spent some time in 1902 at 2 High Street, Biddulph. ANy info would help
red mail Bailey Family
I am searching for the death of my great grandfather John Bailey who lived at Biddulph Moor. I have found the burial place of his wife but John is not buried with her. She is buried in the Methodist Church Yard on Biddulph Moor,
red mail Familiy History
I am researching these families( my ancestors ) and would like to hear from anyone who may be connected to the families. My grandfather, Joseph Bailey was the organist at the Methodist Chapel. His brother John was a violinist(Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra) another brother Jonathon played locally( Trombonist)

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