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Harry Jones Jee
Harry born abt 1880 Brownhills mother Dinah Jones born 1855 West Bromwich. Cannot find on the 1881 or 1891 Census. Any help appreciated
red mail Cricket
My great grandfather played cricket for Brownhills Cricket Club in 1903. He was presented with the match cricket ball as his Bowling Average was 48 for 5. Does anyone have records of the cricket matches for Brownhills Cricket Club in 1903. Any information would be helpful. The ball was presented to him by T.Courtenay MP in 1903.
red mail Willis
Can anyone shed any light on the Willis family, in particular Edith (Eadie) Willis born about 1835 in Ogley Hay, Brownhills, Staffs. She had a brother known as Johnny and a half brother Georgie Carpenter. Any information gratefully received. Their mother was Priscilla, formerly Carpenter.
red mail Census and BMD's look ups available
I am willing to look up census, birth, marriage and deaths in the Aldridge, Brownhills, Walsall Wood, Shenstone and Stonnall areas. Christine.
red mail Lucy May Horobin
I am trying to find our any information from anyone who is related directly to my Grandmother Lucy May Horobin. I have never had the pleasure of meeting her and do not have much information on her, that is why I am asking for help. She was born on: 17/05/1908 in Stonnal and did not get married until 17/05/1908 as she was "in service." She married William Charles Smith from Brownhills. I am trying to get in touch with some of her brothers and sisters or anyone who remembers her. Particulalry anyone who may have information in relation to her younger years. She sadly died on 16/04/1971 at 6 Mill Road, Brownhills after suffering with Breast Cancer. I was born in 1973 and therefore never got the chance to actually meet her. Many of her relations through research have come from the Stonnal and Shenstone areas, so any help would be appreciated. The information I have in relation to her is from my father but even he does not know much about her family. If anyone can help me find out about my grandmother I would love to hear from you. Regards Emma x
red mail WOODBRIDGE, Doris
Please - has anyone any details of the Woodbridge family, particularly Doris Woodbridge (born around 1922/3/4) who lived in 21 Second Avenue, Brownhills in the late 1940s and early 1950s?
red mail baugh
i am looking for anyone who knew a joseph baugh as he was my stepgrandad he had a daughter named zillia who had a son i think his name was brian thanks
red mail The Dean Family Brownhills
I am seeking any info on the parents of Elsie May Dean, born 13 Feb 1905, Ogley Hay Brownhills, Died 11 May 1983. Any info however small appreciated. Ron
red mail Henry Allport
I am tring to find any details about the parents of Henry Allport born in 1844 in Browhills he married Eliza Hackett in 1869. His fathers name was John but I Can not find his mothers name or where any of them were born
red mail Chip Shop in Lichfield Road
Does anyone rember or have any historical details of a chip shop on Lichfield Road 1930's or earlier run by Mrs Gilbert?
John Woolley and siblings
John Woolley born 1855 Brownhills, the son of Joseph Woolley. I am looking for his Mother and Fathers marriage and any siblings and their christenings.
red mail Pritchard
Grandparents and their brothers/sisters all lived in Brownhills in the late 1800's through to 1980's Lived in Claremont Cottage, Brickiln St, and in Lichfield Rd.( Thomas,Ellen, Edgar, Sydney, Henry, Mary, Doris, Ralph, Eric) Sydney Pritchard had shop in High St for many years
red mail Pear Tree Cottage
My parents kept this public house from 1952-1973. There names are Floss & Peter Parker. I would love to hear from any old customers, with some old stories

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