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red mail Hulse
Looking for others researching HULSE in Rugeley area, late 1700's to mid 1800's. Family is linked to HULSE in the area of Staffordshire west of Burton on Trent (Hoar Cross, Newborough, Needwood, Branston, Yoxall). Other names include ROWLAND, TOOTH
red mail Thomas & Elizabeth Rowley (neƩ) Osborne
Thomas & Elizabeth Rowley had 11 children, 7 of whom died young, could anybody give me the details of those children? They had some in Armitage, some in Pelsall and some in Longdon and at the time of the 1911 Census were living in Rugeley.
red mail Miflin
Looking for Ann Miflin, born in Rugeley about 1795, married John Hawley 11th December 1820 Rugeley. Any information on her parents, siblings?
red mail John Hawley
John Hawley, born about 1785 in Rugeley. Does anybody know who his Father and Mother were? Or anything about any siblings he may have had? I know that he married Ann Miflin on 11th December 1820 at Rugeley.
red mail Faultles or Fawtlesse family
Does anyone have any information on Faultles or Fawtlesse families in Rugeley circa 1550 - 1750 period.
red mail Parton or Woolley in Old Wood, Colton
Hi, my wife's grandmother, named Winifred Emma Woolley, was born at Old Wood, Colton, Rugeley, Staffordshire in June 1892. Her parents names were John Woolley and Mary Parton. Winifred migrated to Argentina by 1927 and then Toronto, Canada by the late 1970's. Any chance there is a connection? Cheers Jim
red mail Michael Devaney and Ellen Murray Devaney Rugeley
Am looking for information regarding a Michael Devaney / Devanny / Davaney who married an Ellen Murray. Both from Ireland originally but I believe that they moved to Rugeley, Staffordshire around 1840. Ellen (Murray) Devaney may of died young thus Michael may of remarried. Am interested in a daughter of Michael and Ellen (Murray) Devaney named Mary Ellen Devaney, who, although born in Ireland, moved with her parents to Rugeley and in Rugeley married Thomas William Lomas of England. Mary Ellen Devaney and Thomas William Lomas are my great great grandparents. They eventually moved to Gorton Lancashire and Glossop, Derbyshire.
red mail Nichols
I have DNA matched to Thomas Nichols of Rugeley from 1686 and I am looking for male descendant who may have been a solicitor in Stratford in 1810. Anyone?
red mail Brick wall in Rugeley
My 2xg.grandfather John Mokes married Sarah Gaunt (born c1791) in Rugeley 18/4/1813. I can only find one son for them - John 1820 (a butcher who lived in Lion St.,) - and nothing whatsoever about Sarah. Can anyone help???
red mail James Cheshire Mills b.1856 Rugeley
I am tracing my family tree and on the Mills side I have got back as far as my great grandfather James Cheshire Mills who I am told was born in Rugeley in 1856. I would be grateful for any information may have on him or the mills family in this area around this time. Many Thanks Stuart
red mail Mayo
Does any one remember Ron Mayo. Used to live in Sheep Fair, Rugeley.
red mail Photos of Rugeley 1796-1830 (WHEELER, WATSON, HARLEY)
Hello - does anyone have any old photos of Rugeley (especially Shillng Hill) so I can put these in my family tree. People in my family tree who were born in Rugeley were: Susannah HARLEY 1796, Mary WATSON 1801, Jane WHEELER 1821, Harriett WHEELER 1830, James WHEELER 1834, Louisa WHEELER 1839 Thanks Nicola
red mail Tooby/Parker
I am looking for information on a Jane Parker who lived in Newhall Derbyshire from 1858 with Thomas Parker. On various census records it shows she was born around 1835 in Rugeley. The only marriage record I can find is a marriage record at Stapenhill Church in November 1858 between Thomas Parker and a Jane Tooby. Would anyone be able to confirm this please. On the marriage certificate her father is called Thomas Tooby. Thank you.
red mail Cheshire family in the Rugeley area
We are researching the Cheshire family and have a lot of information which we would like to share. We have lots of loose ends, can anyone help please?
William Rowley
William Rowley married Sarah Bonnell in the late 18th Century and had many children, one of whom is Thomas Rowley, born 200 years ago this year. I have managed to find his Mothers' siblings and parents, but no such joy with William. Can anyone give me any information on Williams' siblings and parents please? Thanks in advance. Adam
red mail Searle
Does anyone know of any Searles in Rugeley prior to and around l800. I have a buriel of one John Searle around this time
Elizabeth Hagar Hodkinson
Work this out - there are 2 "Hagar Hodkinsons". The one I am after appears on the 1861 census as a niece to John Joseph and Mary Ann Hodkinson, but on the following 2 appears with the same 2 as a daughter. There is an Elizabeth Hodkinson, daughter to JJ and MA on the 1861 census who is aged 10. JJ and MA had a daughter Mary Hagar Hodkinson in December 1855, who died aged 3, so there is a reason why this younger Elizabeth has the same middle name, which sounds Scandinavian. I have not found any official documents to prove who she is or who her real parents are. Any offers?
red mail Palmer of Rugeley
Any relatives of William Palmer the "Rugeley Poisoner" 1824 - 1856 that are willing to own up to it please make contact!
red mail Haycock
I am researching the Haycock name in both Rugeley and Brereton and would welcome any information on people who resided in the area in the 19th century
red mail Herbert Lucas.and George Turner
I am looking for two of my Uncle's family's Herbert Lucas wife Bella they had 3/4 children all boys I beleive. He was born in Highley Salop. And George Turner (his father was John Turner I think) he married Lillian Lucas from Highley Salop. Thanks
red mail CLAY
Lucy Clay born 1787 in Rugeley, Staffordshire. Father David Clay born 1744, also in Rugeley. Mother Sarah Windsor born 1744 in Lapley. Any further information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Searching for Sarah Jane Budd
Born in Rugeley Stafford, 1854 daughter of Henry Budd and Hannah. Henry was born in Worthing, Sussex, Hannah born in Rugeley. I have found them on the 1861 census at 4 Abbey Gardens Mews St Marylebone, London. Any information gratefully received. Regards Sue
Sharps of Rugeley
Richard Sharp was born 1686 in Rugeley. I'm looking for any connections. I think his father's name is John and mother , Mary.
red mail Carney's
From 22 Elmore Lane 1850's to 1890's Martriach Mary 1819 to 1897 husband John 1789 to 1874 from Ireland, ran lodging house, children, Michael, Winifred, Mary Ann, Jane and John, Mary Ann was my great grandmother married Patrick Hett, Lancs 1883
red mail Hitchcock in Rugeley
I am looking for information, family, parents etc of Charles Hitchcock born in Rugeley in about 1774. Also his wife, Hannah Hodson born Rugeley about 1778 and her family.
red mail Albert Henry Miles
I am looking for additional information on the birth of Albert Henry Miles who, according to the IGI, was born in Hoar Cross, Rugeley, Staffordshire, in 1873 and who married Hannah Catherine Goodwin Cooper in 1896 in Saskatchean, Canada. Any information on Albert Henry Miles and his family would be greatly appreciated.
red mail George COLLETT of Brereton, Rugeley
Information requested about George COLLETT of Brereton, Gent. 1772 -1846. and Elizabeth Harris COLLETT. George had properties in Hospital Street, Birmingham.
red mail lycetts of etchinghill and sheepsfair rugeley
any infomation please on the lycetts in these areas
The CHESHIRE Connection
I am seeking descendants of William Cheshire and other Cheshires who lived in Rugeley from the eighteenth century onwards. They married into the following families : WADDAMS, TOOTH, STURNEY, HAWLEY, FREEMAN, CRUTCHLEY, BARKER
red mail Corns
I have William and Selina Corns on the 1851 census with children Lydia,John and Maria, another son Dyson was born in 1852. Any more Corns from Rugeley?

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