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red mail shop Lawrence Lane Cradley Heath
Does anyone know of the whereabouts of Anthony Prichard His father Ernest Prichard and his mother Anne ran the grocery shop that has now been removed to the Black Country Museum, I remember my mum his cousin helping him in the shop, and the street party we had when the war ended. Has anyone got or know of any photographs of this street party held in Clyde Street. Any knowledge would be very helpful. My mum was Lillian Stevens, her mum was Cecelian Stevens/nee Weston dad was Shadrach Stevens a chain maker.
red mail WestonFamily Tree
I am looking for my Grandmother Cecelian Weston who married shadrach Stevens. They had children by names William, Beatrice, Lillian, Vinnie, John and Ernest. They later moved to Alfreton Derbyshire. William rescued two children from a burning building and was awarded with certificates. Their cousins were Ernest Prichard who during the war owned the shop in Lawrence Lane that is now in the Black country Museum, and Mary Mounfield from Clyde Street. I would love to hear of anyone that knows anything about them.
red mail bradley and pearson family
Looking for info on these two families.My great uncle Thomas Bradley born 1865married Agnes Ray in 1883.They had 8 children but only 3 survived ,John Thomas (b)1884,Mary Ann (b)1885and Elsie (b)1905..Mary Ann married James Pearson in 1906.and by 1911 they had 3 sons,Bert (B)1907,John Thomas(B)1909\and James (B)1910.On the 1929 electoral roll the Pearson family were living in Providence Street in Cradley Heath.Can anyone give me any info about this family please.Pat
red mail Sheldon & Ray families Cradley Heath
Have found details of my two families on local census, gg born in Shropshire but village name cannot be read.
red mail Hawkins from Wellington Street.
John Hawkins and his wife Elsie lived in Wellington Street in the 1950s.John was from Wales, Elsie his wife was local and her mother lived on the opposite side of Wellington Street. Do you remember this couple as I would dearly love to find out about them. The area they lived in was something Hill could have been Cross Hill Elsie was a supporter of Dudley speedway, a cinder track as i remember. thankyou
WOODALL + BIRCH of Cradley Heath, West Midlands
Looking for Woodalls and Birchs from Cradley Heath
i am looking for infor on J Nicklin born in staffs in 1919.mother Annie Coley born in yorkshire c1894,father John Nicklin born staffs c 1892
The Cox family in 1881and 1871
I have details of my grandfather his three brothers and his mother and father living in Bloxwich 1901 and 1891 but can find no trace in 1881 or 1871 GGW Charles 1841 Bretforton Worcs GGM Mary E 1835 Little Dean Gloucs .William 1864 Gloucs Alfred 1870 Gloucs John 1872 Quarry Bank Samuel 1876 Quarry Bank please help
red mail Albut/albutt/wakeley
William Albut b Tardebigge 1813,Sarah Albut b 1844 was my great grandmother and Williams daughter. She married Thomas Wakeley and had Edward,Alice,Thomas,and Florence. Am stuck with Wakeleys and Albuts now. Any advice or information?

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