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red mail clark family
Does anyone know of a clark family who lived at st john street, seem like the family was tool makers. All born around Smethwick and Harborne area. around 1850 plus.
red mail SANKEY, EDGE Grove Lane
My great grandparents Samuel Sankey & Emily Martha Edge married at St Matthews Church Harborne in March 1892. They gave their addresses as 170 and 3 Grove Lane respectively. I´ve tried to find these addresses on the map but they don´t seem to exist any longer. On the 1891 census Samuel was with his parents at 10 Belmont Passage, Aston where Emily is shown as a Visitor. This seems much closer to St Matthews Church, so maybe there was another Grove Lane at the time. Does anyone have historical info on this part of Birmingham please?
My Westwood connection goes back to Fanny Westwood who married Henry George Davis. We believe that her father was Josiah Westwood who married Ann Bashford. The Fanny Westwood born to Joseph Westwood and his wifee would appear to be the one that died not long after birth as only Josiah's daughter Fanny is shown in the 1861 census. Can anyone confirm that the Benjamin Westwood b.1775 was Josiah's father. Has anyone any other lines on this family. After Henry Davis's death, Fanny married William Hemming (Shown as Hanning in the 1901 census). Any info on this family would be welcomed
red mail Mansell / Onions / Foster in Harborne 1903 onwards
I am looking for any information relating to mansells / onions/Foster who were in Harborne from about 1903 onwards. Basil Mansell B 1923 - my grandfather William Collinson George Mansell - great grandfather William collinson Mansell - Great Great Grandfather Lily mansell formerly Onions otherwise Foster? - great grandmother Emma Lillian Mansell formerly Elliot - great great grandmother Samuel Isaac Onions - Great Grandfather Florence May Foster - Great Great Grandmother i would love to learn anything of these family members or their siblings - happy to supply more detail thank you Sharon
red mail Rawcliffes of Harborne
Looking for information on: GGF Francis Leo Rawcliffe m Emma Kathleen Bullivant 1907 Children : Mary, Kathleen and Francis David Owned and ran a confectioners 147 High Street, Harborne. Any pictures or information, most welcome. Thanks
red mail Hannah Satchwell
I am researching Hannah Satchwell who was born in Harborne in abt 1806. She married Richard James some time prior to 1841 and was the daughter of William Satchwell who was born in Bewdley in abt 1781. William and Richard were both tailors and drapers in Harborne.
red mail John Woodhouse Born 1840
I am looking for contacts with information regarding John Woodhouse. He is my Great Grandfather. His daughter Alice Woodhouse born 1875/76 married George henry Grimes, she was my grandmother. I believe however that John Woodhouse went to America at some stage after the birth of Alice and stayed only a few years before returning to Harborne. Alice was married in Birmingham on 10th October 1900. George Henry Grimes was in the Royal Artillery and his father another George Henry Grimes was a Jeweller at the time of this marriage. John Woodhouse was a Glass Cutter. The daughter of Alice and George, Eunice Lillian Andrews was my mother. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail John Hadley and Susan(nah) Parker
Does anyone know anything about the parents of John Hadley and Susan(nah)Parker who were married at St Mary's Handsworth in 1842. They then lived in Harborne for the rest of their lives. On their marriage certificate John's father is given as Thomas Hadley (Gardener) and Susan's father is given as William Parker (Forge man). Susan(nah) may have been born in Tipton c1813. John claims to have been born in Harborne on his census returns. His date of birth is c1820. There is at least one other John Hadley living in Harborne at this time. The John I am interested in worked in the jewellery trade for part of his life and then was in business as a carter. Before he married Susan(nah) he lodged at Harborne Heath with a John Bromwich, who was a witness at his wedding. John died in 1875 and Susan(nah) died in 1885.
red mail Jackson
I am looking for any info on my grandad Arthur Jackson, he was born in newcastle under lyme in 1903 to a John and louisa Jackson (nee Chilton)possibly a brother called Jim.He later married a Hannah Proudlove and had a duaghter Mabel and a son Arthur Henry,they moved to Derby area.Coxbench was one address.
red mail Peace , Harborne
Hi, any info on the Peace clan of Harborne , Birmingham (William, Joseph etc) greatly received! I have info to exchange, eg. family bible entries. Tony
red mail Ellen Tanter 1861
Ellen Tranter born 1861 was my great grandmother. her father Thomas Tranter was born 1826. If you have any information on the tranters of harborne plese contact me Thank you so much kathy
red mail Randall /Tonks
William was born in Wexford 1819.On the 1881 census he was living at Church road Harborne in Staffordshire with his wife and working as a gardner. His Grandaughter E.E.Tonks est. birth 1861 was living with him . It gives her occupation as teacher..and her birth place as Nottingshire, Would love to hear from any relatives
red mail Johnson's
Im looking for information regarding G.G Grandfather James Johnson b.1805 Bilston Staffs, he was married to Hannah and there family was ; James Johnson b.1836, John Johnson b.1838, Francis Johnson b. 1840 who married Emma ?, Phillip Johnson b.1845. Elizabeth b. 1849 Christ Church, Ester Johnson b.1851;;;; William my G Gradfather b.1853 M Mary Revill, there children were Sammy b 1881,William Henry Stear Johnson b 1882 and John Johnson 1889 these last 3 were born in Ilkeston, Derbyshire. Would love there to be some leads on this side of my family as they all seen to have vanished into thin air;;Many thanks
red mail charles daniel green
I am researching the green family of harborne. My great grandfather charles daniel was the illegitimate son of hannah green and charles smythe. Baptised at St. John's on 7 april 1865 but cannot find his birth registered anywhere. Hannah married James Green in 1877 - was he a relative? Does anyone have any info on this or any other member of the family
red mail Freeman Family
seeking information on Freeman family that lived in Harborne in 1868. Sarah Ann, wife of Henry Freeman, died September 1868 age 30. Would like to learn her maiden name.
red mail Charles Walker - nailer
Aged 61 in 1851, married Ann (surname unknown), died 11/5/1857 aged 68, buried St. Peter Harborne. This is my 3xgreatgrandfather, a nailer/dealer in pigs, son Shadrach born Harborne, married Sarah Thomas in Birmingham 1843, their son Richard married Louisa Gedlich in Perry Barr 1877. Their son was my grandfather Albert James Walker born Birmingham 1881. Keen to find birth of Charles and also who the Ann was that he married, any help much appreciated.
red mail King
Looking for anyone who can trace their line back to Edward King (sometimes known as Edmund) who lived in Harbourne from about 1873 until his death in 1918. Ed was married 3 times, to Emma Burrup, Fanny Burrup and Sarah Roper. His children with Fanny were Albert, Alfred, Harry and Edward. Children with Sarah were George, Jessie, Arthur and Winifred. 2 other possible daughters or possibly granddaughters were Mable and Hilda. Edward was a garderer or nurseryman by trade who was born in Gt. Malvern in 1850.
red mail Povey research
researching samuel and sarah anne povey, samuels occupation was brass shaper,they lived at 49 corser street harborne at the time of the 1881 census. would like info on any of the povey line.
red mail Ward, "Timber Merchant", Harborne
Seeking Michael Ward, born at Lipton, Staffordshire, about 1825, listed in the 1881 census as "Timber Merchant": his son Edwin T. Ward, aged c. 24, was his "Assistant Manager" but went to Victoria, British Columbia, where the 1901 census shows him as "Commission Agent" with Martha (wife)-- both Methodists.
red mail peter family name
looking for any details on william peter and elizabeth peter who lived in 13 feeder street, harbourne/smethwick/stafford.was looking really for info on when the got married and possiblebly eliabeths maiden name..any info or hints please get in touch.oh and william and elizabet were born in wolverhampton. thanks ..wendy
red mail TUNSTALL family search
I am researching a William TUNSTALL (b. at Camp Hill 31/10/1864; d. at Edgbaston 20/03/1944) who lived in Harborne (Court Oak Road, I believe). He was Managing Director of the MIRROR LAUNDRIES, Birmingham, and a long-seving supporter of the Harborne Cricket Club (I believe he was President) to whom he donated the Tunstall Cup (for bowling? batting?). He married Eliza CURTIS from Gloucester and had two sons (1) William John Charles TUNSTALL and (2) the Reverend Thomas Boulton TUNSTALL, my father, who was curate at King's Norton around the early 1930's, Vicar of St Luke's (Bristol Road, Birmingham) until just after WWII and then Vicar of St Agnes' (Cotteridge) from around 1945 - 1956. Any information will be welcome.
red mail clulo siviter marriage 1818
Have just discovered that my 3 x gt. grandfather WILLIAM CLULO married HANNAH SIVITER in Harborne 1818. Would love to find her parents and family.She died in 1871 aged 74 so must have been born about 1797.
red mail PEACE
Freeth Family
Trying to locate information on Clarence Freeth, born in Harborne 8-10-1845 who married Joyce Harris. Is this the man who is the son of Henry Freeth (10-24-1813) and Sarah Newbold? They are in the 1881 census at Terrace Mill Pool Lane. any help for this California searching in England would be greatly appreciated. Can help with US research hints. Ada
red mail BUTLER Family
In 1881 Joseph BUTLER & Family are shown as living at 72 Pope Street Harborne. Would welcome contact from other researchers (See other entries Smethwick & Willenhall)

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