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red mail Thomas Massey
I am looking for information on Thomas Massey (born 1811 in Ogley Hay, Nr Shenstone, Staffordshire) He married Ann (nee Emery or Wootten) and they had 7 children. One of these children is Thomas Richard Massey born in Ogley Hay in 1842. I cannot find this family anywhere in 1851, Thomas Richard goes on to marry and have a family of his own. Any help would be much appreciated to find this family, who have disappeared! Regards Clare
red mail Frith/Firth family
I am searching for information on Edward Frith/Fryth/Firth who resided at Shenstone manor in Staffordshire 1660-1700 or any of the family related to that. Anyone who can help me with records or information would be appreciated.
red mail Sensational event at Lynn during mid Victorian Era
Have details of this event been related to anyone, or has the event now been forgotten? It concerned a cottage, Owletts Farm and the families Freeman,Smith, Wheeler, James, Boot, Billingsley, Martin, Hall and Bagshaw. If the memory of the event has been passed down through the subsequent generations, I would be pleased to hear from you. Brian
red mail Horton - Shenstone
William Horton 1797 - 1877 Shenstone (Stonnall) Looking for any information or other family information. David
red mail STUBBS
Interested in biographical details of my great-great aunts and uncles: Fanny, Elizabeth (Lily) and George Stubbs, and their mother Mary. They all lived at various times in Shenstone - Fanny worked for Sir Richard Powell Cooper (I believe as a housemaid) until 1910, and was married at St John the Baptist. Lily lived in Ivy Cottages (latterly alone). I know least about their brother George, who is supposed to have been a carpenter and woodcarver, and their mother Mary (nee Ollerenshaw).
red mail Shaw
Im looking for any information about my 4x great grandfather. I know he came to America as a bound boy to help pay for passage. Not sure when he was born or his father or mothers name was. His name is Jonathan Shaw. He was born in Ireland that is all I know. Please if anyone would know anything I would be greatfull.
red mail Major Clayton or Holland
This tinker lived in the last half of the nineteenth century in Shenstone. His daughter Lizzie, married one of my Whitehouse brothers. She calls herself Lizzie Holland, but I know that her family name is Clayton. Major Clayton's father was Joseph and he was also a tinker. Anyone know anything about them?
red mail Shenstone
Contact welcomed with anyone interested in the Jackson family who lived and farmed at Lynn, Shenstone, Staffordshire, including James born c.1755, James born c. 1803 and Joseph born 1826.
John Freeman b.1776 married Hannah Johnson b.1774 had son William b.1811 at Lynn. William married Elizabeth Simmons in Tamworth.They and family moved to Burton on Trent - William d.1886 Elizabeth d.1898.Would like any info.prior to John and Hannah _families and/or area at that time.Thanks in advance.
red mail Shaw Family - Shenstone
Thomas Shaw b.1799, parents John & Mary Shaw, looking for any info for this family.
red mail Burges & George
I am trying to trace Margaretta Burges who married Joseph George 20/6/1669 at Shenstone,Stafford. I have the George family line from then to date and would like to trace the line further back also the Burges line. Many thanks Eileen
red mail Sylvester family
I am looking for any information on the Sylvester family who seemed to infest Shenstone in the Seventeenth Century.

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