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red mail Scott, cope, winter families
I am looking for information about my father's family the Scott's who moved to Shareshill in the mid 1800s. Also for the Cope family who lived there from the early 1800s before moving to Essington. Also looking for the Winter family from Shareshill. All related to myself and the Scott's.
red mail Joseph Haynes
I have joseph Haynes (noted as Heans) born Featherstone, Staffordshire. It is believed that Joseph was christened at Shareshill in c1804. Any information on Haynes family from Shareshill or Featherstone area would be appreciated. Father given as John Heans and Ann his mother.
red mail Looking for info
Searching for info William married to Eliza (miller)Winter res Shareshill 1845,children,John,Mary,Lydia,Hannah,Henry,info on marriages,children etc please
red mail Kempson family, Shareshill
My ancestor, Charles Kempson & his brother Henry were born in Shareshill in the mid 1800's. I have very little information on them, their father was called George ( a locksmith ) Charles married a Jane Cadman from the area. Any information at all would be appreciated. Thx
red mail Dolman family
Would like any information on the Dolman family who had a farm in Shareshill around the 1940's, relatives of Ernest Victor Dolman born 1910 who is believed to have lived the early part of his life in Short Heath, Willenhall.
red mail Shareshill
I am trying to trace relatives of Charles Haynes B1747ish Market Drayton, he married Ann Nock at Penkeridge in 1777 and moved to Shareshill. His decendants lived in the village until the late 1800's.

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