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red mail family background
I am looking to find information on my family from wheaton aston my father was gerald smith and mother is shirley ann smith (maiden name dunn) any information on either side would b appreciated as looking 4 my family tree
red mail Information On Albert Edward Reynolds
Albert was born in Blakey Street Blackburn in 1896 His mother was Amy Brotherton (Reynolds). He served on HMS Lion between 1914-1918, Information required on his later life after 1919. He returned to live in Staffordshire, Married Emily Blakemore and when she died Married Nora Annie Rouse around 1925
red mail holloway
im looking for my great grandfather robert holloway. he was born in wheaton aston around 1859. he married a lady called ellen and they moved to stafford. they had a daughter ellen maud, ada and elsie. any info would be amazing. many thanks
red mail Fletcher
Looking for information on Annie Fletcher b.about 1863. Her father, William, was a millar (possibly at Walk Mill) We know that she married Henry Linford but cannot find information relating to the fletcher family or where and when she died. All we know is that she must have died before 1935. Any help greatfully recieved
Researching the Fennyhouse/Fennihouse/Fennehouse family who once lived in the area of Lapley, Blymhill and Wheaton Aston. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail new infomation
seeking to find info on my great grandfather john matthews of wheaton aston lapley born about 1835
red mail Wheaton Aston, lapley , sambrook
Seeking to find descendents of great aunt Clara Amelia Lister married to John Miller in 1879 .4 children baptised at Lapley.One Elizabeth born 1891 in Ellerton ? no trace of baptism .Some buried in Lapley.

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