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red mail Baptism Records For Arthur Davis Born About 1746
I have tried for some time to find baptism records for Arthur Davis born about 1746. He married Lydia Woolrich on 14th March 1774 in Holy Trinity Parish Church, Eccleshall. He died in 1820 and was buried at the same church on 19th November 1820. The burial record states his age as 74 and that is how I arrived at 1746 as the approx birth year. I have tried and tried to find the baptism record but have come up against a brick wall - Can anyone help?
red mail Bee Hive Public House
Im looking for any info on the Bee Hive Public House in Eccleshall, im lead to believe my Aunt ran it for a short time,not sure of her married name but the Allens seem to link there.Thanks for any help you could offer
red mail Old map of Eccleshall
Looking for a 19th. century map of Eccleshall, Staffordshire, showing Castle Street
red mail does eccleshall lane still exist?
hi my family where living in eccleshall lane in 1851 does it still exist please? there surmane was preece
red mail sarah ann underwood
born 1827 mattied john woodhouse in 1851 known child john any information about sarah ann underwood and her family would be appreciated as I have come to and end.
red mail Thomas Laynton
I am looking for the families of a Thomas Laynton born in Eccleshall (or maybe Croxton) in 1805. He married a Dinah Lowe. Hope someone out there can be of assistance.
red mail FannyTildsley of Eccleshall
Does anyone have any information about Fanny Tildsley's parentage? or any details about her marriage to Thomas Gray (b 1837). I believe Fanny was born about 1841 in Eccleshall. Any information would be much appreciated.
O'Melia/Flynn Rotherham
Looking for any information about the O'Melia and Flynn family, Patrick O'Melia b. 1909 Denaby, Rotherham married Annie Flynn b. 1910 Eastwood. Rotherham.
red mail anne timmis
does anyone know of anne timmis b ~1853, married to a BROWN possibly known as Dudson?
red mail ROWLEY
I am searching for the antecedance of Sarah Rowley, daughter of Catherine Rowley, baptised at Eccleshall 13 October 1822. She married George Swinnerton at Stoke-upon-Trent in 1842 and gave her father's name as William Rowley but I can not find any corroboration of this. However, I can find the marriage of Catherine Rowley to Thomas Swinnerton at Eccleshall on 31 August 1822. Thomas was George's nephew.
red mail Lolley/Lolly
John Lolley Married Sarah Downing 27th December 1802 Trentham, Stafford Their children were: John Lolley christened 8 Jul 1804 Standon, Stafford James Lolley Christened 26 Mar 1809 Standon, Stafford Henry Lolley christened 31 Oct 1813 Swynnerton, Stafford Joseph Lolley christened 11 Feb 1816 Swynnerton, Stafford Edward Lolley christened 1 Nov 1818 Swynnerton, Stafford died 23 Dec 1872 buried St James Churchyard, Coteheath, Stafford. James c 1809 is our ancestor he married Married Anne Bowers born c 1814 at Eccleshall, Stafford. They moved to Manchester Lancashire where he was a potato dealer. Anyone have any connection to this family?
red mail Hodson in Eccleshall
Researching Hodsons in this area. The furthest back we have got is Sampson Hodson (born abt. 1765 in Whitgreave). He married Elizabeth Woollams in Eccleshall, and they had eight sons, five of whom had families (we have details of some of these). Sampson died in 1851 in Eccleshall. So any Hodson researchers in this area??
red mail foxes
looking for John Fox and a James Fox in 17th century and late 18th century
red mail Huntbach Family
I have traced the Huntbach Family to Eccleshall, circa 1600 and would appreciate any information on them. Michael born 1635 in Eccleshall, his father John also born in Eccleshall date not known, later moved to Audlem Cheshire where they continued farming.
The Great-Rex Family
I would like to hear from anyone who bears or is aware of the surname Great-Rex (exact spelling) The original surname was Raikes or Greatraikes and the spelling was amended when Charles the SecondÕs eldest son, the illegitimate Duke of Monmouth, produced a child with a female member of the family. The spelling of the name was then changed to GreatRex and my branch of the family used the name with a hyphen. I am descended from Dr. Christopher John Great-Rex of Eccleshall, Staffs.
I am looking information on my Grandfather,Cedric Vernon Unwin, he left England on 27 June, 1925 on the HMR Orient a Royal Mail Ship, he arrived in Melbourne, Australia on the steam ship Orama (date of arrival unknown). His Mothers name before marriage was Elizabeth Lloyd and his fathers name was Edward Unwin, he had a sister named Phylis and a brother named Tom and also a nephew named Stanley. His sister worked at the Grange in Chelford. The family lived on Church Street in Eccleshall. Cedric Vernon Unwin passed away at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne from an Athsma attack at the age of approx. 45 years.

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