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red mail Shwalbe
I'm trying to trace my father's living siblings and their descendants. Mabel & Madge each married a Lambert, & Brenda married a Willitts. Has anyone any information? It would help my research greatly as I'm in Australia.
red mail JOHN WIGLEY
1841 Census John Wigley aged 45 Clerk not born in Warwickshire, wife Harriett Wigley (nee Porter) born in Warwickshire.
red mail Gillard
HI I am looking for any information about Mary ann Gillard her father was John gillard and according to census info she was born in birmingham, warks in abotu 1860. at the time of her marriage her father John was deceased, I can not find any information about her or her family until she marry's my gt grandfather Edward Hoare in 1882 in birmingham. the family always thought she came from the derdy area but they just don't seem to exist until the marriage. I know she had a sister but don't know what ther name was.
Lane Family Birmingham
Seeking to contact descendants of Philip Evelyn Lane (1883-1956)who married Elsie Dobbins in Birmingham 1912. They had a son Harold Walter Lane born Aston Birmingham 31/10/1916 who married Joan Siviter in Birmingham 1942. Harold and Joan had a son Michael J Lane born Birmingham 1949. In 1911 Philip was residing 8 Cumberland Street Birmingham with the Clarke family.
red mail Minnie French/Worsey
I am looking for information concerning my grandfather's sister Minnie French born about 1880. Her father was Robert French who died in Birmingham in 1880, and her mother was Sarah Ann French (nee Taylor) who died in 1900. Sarah Ann remarried in 1881 after the death of Robert to Ernest Alfred Worsey. Her children (Eliza, George Frederick, Daisy May and Minnie) all took her new husbands name as in the 1891 and 1901 censuses they are shown as Worsey. This may have been to avoid complications for them after Sarah Ann had four more children with Ernest Worsey, and to ensure they all had the same surname. However, they all reverted to the name of French when they married. Any information concerning whether Minnie married, date of her death, and where she lived will prove very interesting during my family research. I would be most grateful if anyone can help me.
Ann Cotton was baptised at St. Martin's Birmingham on 17th March 1806. Parents John and Sarah Cotton. Ann married Abraham Herriman/Harriman 25th October 1825. Their daughter Mary Ann transported to Australia 1847
red mail joyce
looking for information on thomas and ann joyce living at slaney street in the 1841-51-61 census both born in ireland
red mail John Gould or Danks
I am trying to track down information about my grandmother's nephew John Gould or Danks. This man was born Alfred John H Gould in 1925, mother Hetty Matilda Gould. He was then adopted by Sarah Ruth Gould and her husband Elisha Danks when Hetty sailed to Canadai in 1926. My grandmother remembers Johnny's wedding but not the name of his bride. I have some lovely photos of the wedding, given to me by my grandmother and it would be wonderful to put some names to faces Charlotte
red mail Mary Ann Fryer
My sister and I would appreciate any information on Mary Ann Fryer and her family. Mary was born about 1847 in Birmingham England and died 2 May 1915 in Boulder Western Australia. Her father was John Frederick Fryer and mother was Mary Jane Spicer. Mary married our Great Grandfather in Gawler South Australia and could have also married a Alfred Haines. Thank you.
red mail Lancaster, John
Hi, I'm looking for family (Father/Mother etc) information on John Lancaster, Birmingham, Warwickshire born Abt 1791. He married Sarah Knight in 1810, was found in the 1841 UK census living on Tanter Street, Birmingham. His son James Lancaster was sent to Tasmania as a convict in 1842. Any information on the family would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
red mail Patrick Graham & Mary Smith
I am looking for the marriage of the above couple. Patrick was born in Ireland & Mary in Darlaston Staffordshire.The marriage would have taken place about 1872/3. The couple had children in Birmingham Wks. All the children were baptised in the RC churches around Birmingham.There is no record of the marriage in the GRO indexs.
I am trying to trace death details for my WILLIAM ROSE BAKER born 1844 in Aston,Birmingham. He married Hannah Marie Bill in 1870. In 1881 census she was a widow and we know their last child John was born in 1876 so he must have died between 1876 and 1881. If anyone knew of this family and can fill in details please could you let me know.
red mail George Lane Davis and wife Mary Ann Barton
I am trying to trace the marriage of my 3x grandfather George Lane Davis who was born in Aston Subedge, Glos in 1865. George maaried Mary Ann Bartram or Barlett or Bartram sometime around 1888 according to the 1911 census. They had chicldre: John Alfred Davis (1888, Northfield), Charles Henry Davis, Harold George (1891, Northfield), Harry Davis and Dorothy Davis. I cannot find the record of the marriage and without a link to Mary Ann's father I can't trace the family back any further. Thw couple were living in Northfield in 1888. Any help please
red mail Bilston/Prichatt
Hello, is there anyone out there with name prichatt or whos maiden name was prichatt, and who's mum was Joyce G. Pritchatt, nee Bilston, and who's dad was Leonard A. I would very much like to track you down, and would appreciate it if you would contact me a.s.a.p. thanks.
red mail William George Burley
William George Burley was born in Birmingham in JunQ 1867. His parents are John Burley and Ann Hannah Skipp. His mother died giving birth to William or shortly afterwards, as she died the same Q. After the 1881 census I have not been able to locate any concrete information concerning William. Perhaps he left England but I have no evidence. I would appreciate any information you can provide. Is he on the 1911 census?
red mail Charles Bland / Sara Orton (Oughton)
I am researching a distant relative - Charles Bland , born 1790. He moved to Derby early 1800's and married Sara Orton ( Oughton sometimes spelled) at St Peter's Church Derby in 16th May 1812. Charles died in 1856 , Sara returned to Birmingham ,living in the Alms Houses in Steelhouse Lane , she died 1863. Anyone have a connection ?
red mail Simmons
Charlotte Ann Simmons gave her place of birth as Burmingham,Warwickshire. She married James Lambert in St Georges, Hanover Square,London on 1 Jan 1814 Can anyone help with any information on the birth entry.
I am trying to find decendents of the LLEWELLYN family, who lived in or around Aston Birmingham, My Grandfather Frederick LLEWELLYN was born in about the 1860's, but any connections to the LLEWELLYN family in or around Aston or Birmingham, would be appreciated. My father married a Marie COOK in Sparkhill in 1924. Thank you
red mail Cramp James
I am seeking information regarding Walter Cramp who married Laura James in 1922. He was a gymnast in the Aston area of Birmingham. I believe Laura sadly died not long after the marriage.
red mail Villiers Broadbent
Can anyone provide any information about Villiers Broadbent? He lived in Charles Road, Small Heath, Birmingham in the 1940s and '50s?
red mail Revd Crispin Field
Crispin Field is listed in Crockford's Clerical Directory as living in Three Shires Oak Road, Smethwick in 1916. However, in spite of searches by various members of the family, we cannot find any details - place of birth(c. 1843) or death (post 1916). He officiated at my grandparents'(Thomas Field and Rosa Cryer) wedding at St Cuthbert's Church, Birmingham in January 1898. I have a copy of the marriage certificate. There is a long entry in Crockford's, including ministry in London, Worcester, Lichfield, Bury, Barbados and a reference to his being acting chaplain to the Forces 1881-82. I would be grateful for any information about the elusive Crispin.
red mail Harvey
I am trying to trace the death of my grandfather William James Harvey born 1865 in Aston Warwickshire he was 46 on the 1911 census and married to Elizabeth Blake born 1870.She married again after william's death. I am trying to trace this marriage also
red mail William Lane - Elizabeth Baker
My mother in law is 80 next week and would love to know who her family is, her mother,s name was Betty Lane born she married Andrew Johnson in Charleville, Qld Australia in 1923 and died in Gympie Qld in 1936 at age 41, on her marriage certificate it names William Lane as her father and Elizabeth Baker as her mother, Betty said she was born in Burmingham in 1895 and moved to Australia at the age of about 24.I amhaving a lot of trouble finding anything about this family Please help if you can.
red mail Mills/Milnes
I am looking for William and Jane Mills/Milnes who were living in St Peter's Parish, Birmingham, Warwickshire on the 1841 Census. They had a daughter Margaret who was 1 year old. There is an Elizabeth Waden living at the same address. That same year, they immigrated to the United States. William left Jane sometime after 1860 (and seven children) and disappeared, although Jane seems to have known when he died because she began calling herself a widow in the 1890s. Jane raised those kids alone and lived to the ripe old age of 88, passing away in 1905. William was listed on the 1841 Census as a currier. He was listed in 1850 in Paterson, New Jersey, USA as a "tanner & courier." I would like to find their marriage information as I do not have Jane's maiden name. If anyone has any information on either of these people, please contact me. Thanks.
Ernest Edward Griffin b-1851 son of William Henry Griffin & Maria Tyther. Married Fanny Cooper 1876. Any information appreciated
red mail Wizzard
Eliza Wizzard married David Bellamy 1846 Tipton.Eliza's parents are James and Priscilla. there have been other spellings as Eliza and David couldn't write.I'm looking for more family.
red mail John (or Joseph) Rickaby
Looking for marriage of John Rickaby to an Elizabeth in Birmingham UK between 1861 and 1871.
red mail Henry Marchant Marriage- March Quarter 1866
I'm looking for the first marriage of my gg-grandfather Henry John Marchant (b.1844 Hadlow, Kent). I'm aware of a marriage of a Henry Marchant in Birmingham in the March quarter of 1866. Census records have noted that he was first married when he was 20. I'm not sure which church this might have occurred at, but would appreciate a lookup from anyone having parish records at hand. This has been pretty much a needle in a haystack endeavor as the family was inclined to move around and there are a number of Henry Marchants. I have founds some old family photos from a photographer from Birmingham. However, I have not been able to connect him with a first marriage. Thanks in advance.
red mail William John Carrington family
I beleive that Eleanor Burley b 1857 in Birmingham married William John Carrington in 1882. I found the family on the 1891 census. They were living in Aston parish at the time. I'm looking for any information about the family.
red mail Clifford/Walker
Trying to obtain information on Clifford family and their descendants. Reginald Clifford born March 07 and Grace Clifford (nee Ball) born March 06. They had a son called Roy (born 1944) and a daughter called Muriel Mary. Muriel married Robert Victor Berry Walker. They lived in Bromyard Road Birmingham.
red mail Thomas Samuel Burley
I'm looking for any information concerning Thomas Samuel Burley born in 1863 to John Burley & Ann Hannah Skipp (Birmingham). He is living with his family until the 1891 census. Any information would be helpful.
red mail Richard John Burley
I'm looking for any information concerning Richard John Burley and his decendants. He was born in 1862 to John Burley and Ann Hannah Skipp in Birmingham. He may have married Alice Maria Hart in about 1886.
red mail William John Cross
Trying to trace decendents of W J Cross born 1852 and became a gun case and coffin furniture maker. He was well known for his support of art and had a large collection which he sold in 1938. he then retired aged 86 to Rubery where he lived with my great aunt. We have several personal items which we would like to pass on.
Harrison - Birmingham
My great Aunt Elizabeth Agnes Williams married Bernard Frank Harrison in 1902 in Birmingham. They had a son Bernard Frank Harrison (Junior) who was born in 1907 in Birmingham. I do not know whether Bernard (Junior) married or whether there were any siblings. Anyone who has any information on ths family please contact me
red mail Thomas Gell married Elizabeth Wilkinson 27th April 1824
I am looking for information on Thomas GELL born abt 1800 who married Elizabeth Wilkinson 27/4/1824 at St Michaels Repton Leicestershire.Their children were SAMUEL 1824 d 1861, RICHARD 1825, HARRIETT 1826, JOSHUA 1829, EMILIA 1829, LETITIA 1835, RICHARD 1833 d 1900, ELIZABETH 1838 d 1901. THOMAS was transported to Sydney NSW Australia in 1839 on the "JOHN BARRY 4" .He received his Ticket of Freedom 27/9/1845 nothing has been heard of him since. If anyone can help with any information on these people it would be very much appreciated E
red mail Rosanna / Rosina Daniels /Burwood
I am researching my great grandmother Rosanna Daniels who married Charles Alfred Burwood in 1880 at All Saints Church Birmingham.Her father was John.She was borm in Birmingham in 1860, but I am having no luck in obtaining the correct birth certificate.In 1911 she was living in Smethwick but have not been able to trace her death. Can anyone help? Jackie
red mail Chilton
I am researching my great grandparents Thomas Chilton b1840 in Dudley and Mary (nee Marshall) b1850-55 in Penkridge.They were married in 1872 and had four children Albert b1874, Florence b1882, George b1885 and Thomas Henry b1893.I have no information about their whereabouts after the birth of Thomas Henry (my grandfather) until Mary's death in Birmingham in 1912.Can anyone help? Jackie
red mail Alice Julia Sly
This is my grandmother, she was widowed in 1926 when my mother was three weeks old. She married again in 1928, to one Robert Jones, and a child was born to them in 1929, also Robert. It turned out the marriage was bigamous, but I would like to know what happened to the child. In 1933 Grandmother married William Bilston, who brought six children to the marriage, two girls, and four boys, the boys are all dead, as far as I know, but the girls, Joyce G. born 1923, married Mr Pritchatt, and the other was Betty Bilston, born in 1932, I would like to reunite my mum with either of them if they are still alive, or their families, and if Robert, the son of the Jones 'Marriage' is still alive, he would be mums half brother. I would also like to know what happened to Robert Jones senior, and how long it was before grandmother found out the marriage was bigamous. Thank you for any help.
red mail Treadwell visiting England
I am just taking a shotgun approach to see if I can make contact with distant relatives in England. My grandfather emigrated from Birmingham, England to US in 1904. His parents were Edward and Hannah Treadwell, both born in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England in 1837. My grandfather was Henry born in 1876. His siblings were Sarah, Alice, William, Kate and George. I am making my first trip to England in May and I would love to get some insight/contact or whatever
red mail may family
trying to find anything on the , may family in birmingham. in 1862 elizabeth may , married walter evans . her father was john may deceased. his occupation was an iron moulder. they married at cannon street meeting house. (baptist chapel) . elizabeth was living at mc donald street at the time of her marriage .
Edwards Birmingham
In the course of family research I have recently downloaded the 1911 census relating to the family of John Edwards who lived in Sparkbrook. John was b 1871, his wife Mabel b 1879 and the children were Tilly b 1899, Robert b 1901, Olivia b 1903 and Norman b 1905. All the family members were born in Birmingham. If anyone is researching this family I would be happy to forward a copy of the record to them.
red mail John & Grace Hunter
I'm looking for anyone who may have known some family members of mine. John Hunter, his Wife Grace, and their two Daughters Melanie and Janet, arrived in Liverpool from Quebec in Canada on 1st May 1927. John was born in Barrow In Furness c1928, the Son of Thomas Hunter and Florence Robertson. He lived in Canada for several years, then came back with his Wife and Children, who I think were all born in Canada. Janet was 12 years old in 1954, and Melanie only 2 months old at the time. Their intended place of residence in England was given as 32 Dover Road, Birmingham, John's occupation was an Auto worker, so I wonder if he may have worked in the car factories in Birmingham? Any help would be very welcome, many thanks.
red mail Partridge, Webb
Looking for information about Kathleen (b. 1931) or June Partridge (b. 1934). Their mother was Ivy Webb and grandparents Thomas and Amelia Webb. Ivy's sister Kate was my paternal grandmother and her married name was Prescott. Any info will be appreciated,many thanks, Gary.
red mail Guest
Can anyone help me, My great Grandfather and mother Benjamine and Annie Amelia Guest had a son called Ernest, born in 1907 he served in the Indian police force, I believe and married an indian lady. They had three children Ivor, Rosemary and June, I would like to know more about my little indian great aunt, who changed her name to my great grandmother's. And If any of them are still alive I really would love to be able to track down the children, who are my second cousins. Any information that can be given would be really appreciated.
red mail William Greenway of Birmingham
My ancestor William Greenway (1818 - 1869) married Emma Cartland, then Emma Howell, and was a prosperous brassware manufacturer in Birmingham. I am seeking any other descendants to compare notes with. I have lots of info to share on both previous and later generations.
red mail Price
Looking for Joseph, Mary, Elizabeth, Jane, Daniel, Rebecca and Ann Price. These are the children of Edward and Mary Price (Duffell). All born after 1825. Any help appreciated in getting the birth dates and marriage info. Thanks
red mail Price, Duffell
Hi I am looking for info on Edward Price who married Mary Duffell in 1827 at Aston Juxta according to IGI records. Can anyone verify this for me. He had a son Joseph who came to Australia. Thanks Everyone
red mail Enoch Dodd
Looking for Enoch Dodd who was born about 1811 and died in 1847. He married Caroline CHURCH in Worcester. Caroline Church came from Leighton Buzzard, was the daughter of Richard Church, and the family seems to have been quite wealthy. I don't know where Enoch appeared from; the family seems to be a Warwickshire one, and they were all metalworkers. What was he doing in Worcester, and how did he meet someone from Leighton Buzzard? If you have any ideas or info, I should be glad to know
Williams, Birmingham, Warwickshire.
My grandfather Alfred Clarke Williams b 1880 in Birmingham had four sisters. Clara Ellen Williams b 1875, Mary E Williams b 1876, Lucy Selma Williams b 1877 and Elizabeth A Williams b 1879. All were born in Birmingham. I know that Clara married Frank Joesbury and died in 1953. I believe that Lucy d in 1954, but I know nothing about the other two sisters. Did they marry and if so to whom? Are there any descendents? Any information relating to Mary, Lucy and Elizabeth would be most welcome.
red mail Colston Family
Are you a Colston living in or around Birmingham? Have you got a relative named William Thomas Colston,b:1855, married Diana Green, in 1875. Have you a relative named Edwin James Colston,b:1860,married a Mary A. Glasby, b: 1867 If so get in touch a load more information waiting for you.
Connections sought;- JAMES MILLER b.1811? married SARAH SCOTT 1837.( Father James MILLER deceased by 1861.) They had at least 2 children; Mary Ann, James b 1839 who married SARAH HARDY in 1862. James had at least 3 children. Mary Ann b.1864 =DANIEL ILLIDGE, James b.1868?, William Henry b.1866 m.1885 CATHERINE CAUSIER/CAUSER.
Connections sought; Ancestry of Alfred NEWMAN b.1855 married Theresa LANDER b.1856; in 1882 Catholic wedding. Trying also to find which family was Catholic? Theresa was da. of Sam(p)son Lander and Emma POOL (m.1844, c of e, Wolverhampton)13 children. One of which Leonard married Clara Jane SAUNDERS, 2 of their sons one Bilston War memorial. Lander family came from Bilston/Willenhall, traced to 1620, Shenstone.
Looking for connections 1871 onwards, FRANCIS WALTER WHEELER, 1872 1st marriage to Louisa Gee nee Beard?. 1888,St Martins Birmingham, 2nd marriage to Esther Hannah Jeanette CARTWRIGHT of Dudley. Children; Francis Joseph, Clement, Daniel and Esther.
red mail The Moore's of Aston, Birmingham.
Information sought on the Moore family that lived at 33 Bourne Road, Aston, Birmingham, between 1922 and 1939. The Electoral Roll shows that in the Spring 1926. Arthur MOORE (O); Martha MOORE (HO); Albert Robert MOORE and Ernest MOORE were living at the above address. Would anyone have any further information they could add to this ?
red mail Gardner family
Looking for decendants of Joseph Gardner born 1827 in Manchester. Children Elizabeth Gardner born 1853 married Charles J Boyce n Kings Norton died 1935 Birmingham. Jessie Macdonald Gardner born 1857 married Henry Roberts died 1926 Birmingham. Francis William Gardner married Elizabeth Green 1889 West Bromwich and Mabel B Gardner, marriage and death unknown. Joseph and Francis's children Francis b 1890, Joseph b 1892 and Stanley born 1897 all involved in the glass staining industry
red mail William CLEAVER / Martha BRECKNELL
William CLEAVER born 1833, Solihull, was a Blacksmith, married Martha Cecelia BRECKNELL b 1832 Bham, at Solihull in 1857, had 7 children, Annie Helen b 1858, Mary Kate b 1859, WILLIAM b 1860, Lilly Jane(my G/Grandmother)b 1867, Florence b 1868, Charles b 1871, Ada b 1874. They lived in Ledsam Street, Ladywood in the 1881 Census. WILLIAM (the son)is in the 1891 Census living in Alexander Place, St Marks Street, Ladywood with his family, and was last heard of living at 114, Middlemore Road, Smethwick, where he work as a Iron Striker. he had 7 children, Samuel b 1884, Henry, b 1886, Joseph b 1889, Walter b 1894, Charles b 1896, Thomas b 1898 and Herbert b 1900. If you are connected to this CLEAVER family last herd of in SMETHWICK Staffs. I would like to hear from you and would be happy to share family history info etc. James
red mail Harper family
Searching for my grandmother's siblings.Some born in Birmingham and others in Aston. Parents: Edward James Harper and Elizabeth Matilda nee Roe. children in order: Edward John Roe, b.1/11/1862: Maude Mary, b.24 Aug '64: Alice Elizabeth, b.28/Mar '69: Arthur Henry, b. ca.1871. plus 3 others and a final one Mercy Madeline, b.19 Nov 1884. It is possible that Arthur who appears in the 1901 census as a Solicitors Management Clerk appeared again in the Dartmoor prison records in the 1911 census. Any help regarding this family would be most interesting and very welcome!
red mail Wright family
Looking for any information on a Thomas Wright born Birmingham 1811. I know he was an engineer and was linked to the iron or tin industry as in 1841 he had moved to Abersychan near Pontypool in Wales where a iron works was being constructed and in 1851 he had moved to Parkend in the Forest of Dean where he worked in a tin works. His father could well be a Thomas as the Christian name was passed down for another three generations. i know it's a long shot but if you can help i would be very grateful. regards, Neil.
red mail Drusilla Harper
I am looking for a obitury for Drusilla Harper who died in Robert Road Birmingham in January 1927 she was a pawnbroker
red mail Esther Millward / 1812
I am looking for any information or family decendents regarding to John millward, Gun maker around 1800's with a Daughter esther millward born in 1812 and being from the staffordshire or buckingshire regions, married Alfred smith in london 1829 then immigrating to Australia in 1833.....any information appreciated
red mail Langman/Watton
Looking for a marriage date for Joseph Langman born c1819 and Elizabeth Watton born c1832 they are both listed as coming from London Middx as per census's. On the 1851 census Joseph has moved to Birmingham, and is shown as unmarried, but as from the 1861 census Joseph and Elizabeth are living together in Birmingham with some of their eight children. HELP please. David
red mail FREEMAN
Elizabeth FREEMAN bap. 27/8/1798, St. Martin, Birmingham. Parents were John and Sarah (Unknown). Siblings, John, 1800, Samuel and Mary, 1806, Sarah, 1811 and Susanna 1814. Elizabeth married John DOE, 1824, Harrow, Middx and after his death, Richard ALBOROUGH, 1836, Paddington, Middx.
red mail GALLIERS
I'm looking for any information on the family of Samuel Thomas Galliers: born 1864 (Dudley) died 1944 (West Bromwich). He married Phoebe Webb: born 1868 Jarrow,Durham - died 1914 (West Bromwich). These are my great grandparents.
red mail Connolly
Looking for any information on John H Connolly who was in the Birmingham area in 1917 and worked in ammunitions. He was my Grandfather and I know very little about him. He married my Grandmother at Aston Register Office in 1917.
red mail Jones\Stokes
My GGG Grandparents David Jones and Elizabeth Stokes were living in Birmingham in 1841. The address was 31 Mount Shop. He was a Refiner Journeyman.They were living with their daughter Elizabeth WITHERS and her husband Samuel and son John.Also living there was Ben and Elizabeth GILBERT. Does anyone have any knowledge of this family? They originaly came from Cleobury Mortimer Salop.
red mail Herbert Willits
Can anyone give me information about my uncle Herbert Willits? At one time he was a clerk of Public works (according to his marriage certificate). His wife was Brenda Schwalbe.
red mail FREEMAN Elizabeth/Eliza
Eliza Freeman born 1783/86 in Birmingham and married Richard Branson 28/9/1809 at Christs Church Greyfriars Newgate, London. I know they had two daughters Catherine and Sarah.Is anyone researching this family?
red mail Parlow Homan
Seeking any information about Thomas Parlow and Ann Homan who married in St. Philips church in 1819 and then lived in Sand St. , Smith St. And Mott St.
I am trying to trace my Greatex ancestors most of whom came from the birmingham area and christened at St Phillips church
red mail Grandmother's first husband.
Trying to find what happenened to THOMAS ARTHUR COOKE, BORN 1888 in Birmingham. Married LUCY THORNTON in 1909 and had two sons. Lucy re-married in 1916 to VICTOR RUSSON.I've been searching for several years now and am completely stumped. Can anyone help?
red mail Birmingham hardware shop
Does anyone have knowledge of Carter's hardware shop, in the centre of Birmingham?
red mail WEBB/ALLEN Family Birmingham
WEBB Family Birmingham Searching any details on Webb Family from Birmingham. Arthur John WEBB married Elizabeth MARTIN. They had a daughter Doris WEBB b1920 in Birmingham. Doris WEBB married Howard ALLEN 1942 in Birmingham. Doris gave birth to a son Anthony unfortunately she died about 18 months later and her son was put into a children's home in Birmingham. My Uncle Brian Webb (son of Albert Webb, Doris' sister) would be Anthony's cousin and Brian is desparate to find him. He thinks that Anthony may have gone to Australia.
red mail James Alderman- Born 1866
Looking for any information of Gt grandperant James Alderman Born 1866 in Northampton Married to Louisa had 3 Children Sidney Born 1895 in oxford. lillian born 1897 in Birmingham and Hubert Born 1899 in Birmingham they lived At Courtsouth Road Aston Birmingham. would be greatful for any information
red mail HANDS William Phillip
Bill Hands b.15.07.1915 son of Alfred Hands shop-keeper (Grocer) in Summer Lane B'ham lived at 21 Leamington Rd Erdington in 1945;married Nellie Irene Draper April 28th 1945 at St Marks Londonderry, Worcs & Staffs.Would be grateful for any information about my father's family.
red mail mitchell harry
I would like to find my grandfathers relations, i believe he died in 1908 age 50 years he was married to Rose Till {Ward}he was older then her by many years they lived in Selly Oak in Dawlish rd and Blossom lane an had five children whom all emigrated to Perth Western Australia. His childrens names were Nancy, George Harry Arthur and Leslie.I beleve he died of a strained heart. Rose was the youngest of 18 childrenand brought up by her mothers sister who did nt have children.I believe they married in a church at the top of Bournbrook road. I would like tohear from anyone who thinks they may be related to either Harry or Rose.
red mail rose till (ward)
I am looking for decendants of my grandmother ROSE TILL (ward) born 19th August maybe 1879 one of 18 children sent to live with her mothers sister. She married a older gentleman when she was 18 his name was either henry mitchell or william henry mitchell they had 5 children then he passed away she married a person named silvester whom she left and she travelled to Perth Western Australia where she lived till she passed away in 1961. I believe while in UK she lived in Selly Oak in Dawlish Rd and blossom lane. My father Harry her son worked at the airial motorbike factoy before migrating to Australia, her childrens names were Ann Maria (Known as Nancy)married Bert Tuffin, George married Mary(Polly)Perks, Harry,Lesley,Rose Silvester and Francis Silvester.
red mail Roach
I'm looking for information about the Roach and Griffin family from Birmingham and surrounding area. William Roach was born 6th July 1919 in Aston and was a Foreman/toolmaker until he retired.He lived in St Pauls rd Balsallheath,where he and his wife Silvia Mary Griffin ran an Off licence, then moved to Nearlands Close Quinton. It is understood that Silvia Griffin may have been born or lived on a canal boat and was one of 11 or 13 children. Her birth date was 16 june 1919. Any information will be a.ppreciated
red mail Noel Pickin b.1907
Does anyone have any knowledge of a Noel Pickin b.1907 who was brought up in Birmingham and worked for Harris and Sheldon the shopfitters just before WW2.
red mail Gallier/White
hi I'm trying to find what happened to my Aunt Dolly, she was born Doris Mary Gallier 13/07/1909m married Cyril White 26/07/1929, thet split up in 1940, We would love to know what happened to her. Linda
red mail WOODCOCK: Alfred George and father, John.
I am looking for their birth and parentage details. Alfred was born circa 1829 in Birmingham according to 3 census entries. Married Mary Ann WARREN 1847 at Bordesley. 1841 census, a Jeweller aged 12 living at Crt 20 Upper Hospital St, Birmingham. 1851 census a silver watch maker living at 12 St Pauls Square in Birmingham. 1861 census is a silver smith living at St Peters Street in the parish of St Mary,Handsworth, West Bromwich, Staffordshire. According to ALfred's marriage certificate, his father was John WOODCOCK was a brass turner. Have never found a matching John in any census.
red mail Jobbins
Looking for details relating to Barry Jobbins, born in Birmingham around 1943. He was the son of Hilda and Edward, and the brother of at least 2 sisters, Lynn and Maureen. He married Yvonne Baston in the 1960's and has a daughter called Samantha, plus grandsons.
red mail Looking for GGmother
Looking for any information about Mary Ann Clarke. I only have the name of her son, George Frederick Clarke, born 04 May 1886 in Birmingham, St Martins, Warwick. I know this is sketchy at best, but have no other information. The birth certificate of George Frederick does not list a father, so I assume Mary was not married and her maiden name was Clarke. Been looking for a long, long time for anything about them and would appreciate greatly anything regarding them
red mail Henry George Coates/ Florence Noakes
Looking for siblings/descendents of Henry George Coates, Born Aug 1880 Died May 1957. Parents Henry Coates and Sarah Jane Pott. From the Aston area of Birmingham. Also the same for Florence Noakes/Nokes his wife from 1904. She was born Jan 1880 Died Oct 1934 her parents were James Nokes and Jane Toy from oldbury. Any information wil be greatly appreciated. Thanks
red mail Turner of Eversham, Birmingham
I am looking for information on my Grandmother, she was Nellie Turner, born March 1887. Father was John Turner, born 1850, and mother was Ann Marie Price also born 1850. We know Nellie had a brother "Jack". This is all we know of her family. She was married Dec 1906 to Francis Morgan. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Seeking "Furness" (aka "Furnace") ancestors
I am researching the Furness (aka Furnace) family, resident in/near St. Stephen's parish, Birmingham for much of the 19th century. In particular, George Furnace (Sr.) (shoemaker, born late 1700s) with spouse Mary Ann, and children George Furnace (Jr) b.1828 (spouse Elizabeth Southall) and Charles Furnace b.1830 (spouse Selina Ingram). George (Jr) had a son Thomas Furnace b.1853 who had children with Elizabeth Welch b.1870 who was the daughter of Robert Welch. Any contact with the author gratefully accepted.
red mail St Mary's, Whittal Street
I am looking for some information on St Mary's Chapel in Whittal Street, Birmingham as my great great great grandfather was buried there. Can anybody please help.
red mail Willison Family
Looking for information on the parents of Thomas Willison born in 1823. I know he is a descendant of Thomas Saunders and Christian Pitt but I haven't found the link yet. Any information would be greatly appreciated!
red mail Hudson
Family Surname "Hudson" originated at first in Yorkshire as a Lord, but I can trace my family back only to my Great-great grandfather Joshua Hudson who married a German woman who was a Tankersly, Joshua and his wife and 6-7 children left England in 1900 to the US because of forming a uninon against the Queen, Joshua worked as a chocolate maker somewhere in Burmingham England. When Joshua passed through Ellis Island him and his family traveled to Jacksonville, Illinois. ANy information about the Hudson family would be greatly appreciated! :)
I am looking for any information on Fuller C. Smythe who was born c 1839. Does the 'C' stand for 'Charles' and has anyone any information on him. He does not appear on the Census Returns prior to 1871 when he lived in Harborne Staffordshire (now part of Birmingham).
red mail Greenways of Birmingham
I am researching my Greenway family in Birmingham, and would like to contact any descendents of William Greenway, a brassware manufacturer, born circa 1818, died 1869. His children were Marianne Cartland Greenway (1842), James william Greenway (1844), Thomas Francis Greenway (1849), William Frederick Greenway (1856), Herbert Howard Greenway (1860), Emily May Greenway (1862), Beatrice Lucy Greenway (1864) and Edward Henry Greenway (1867)
red mail Brookes or actually Brooks, Frederick
Frederick Brooks (no e) married Lavinia Jane Colley in Aston Regn District of Birmingham in the June Quarter of 1871. Was he related to William Henry Brookes (with an e!) who had a son with the same names as his father who in turn had a son who was named William Frederick P Brookes. The latter two were both officers in the Royal Field, Horse or Garrison Artillery in WW1 and WW2. What became of them? WFPB married Pamela Susannah R in 1946... anyone know more?
red mail Birmingham to South Africa
I am interested in the Cheese family from Aston Birmingham. It appears some(perhaps 3 of 3) of the younger generation (sons b. 1861 - 1870) left for South Africa at the turn of the century.
red mail Michael Caden and Caden family, Ireland to Birmingham
Michael Caden appears on the 1851, 1861 and 1871 census returns. In 1851 when living at Court 20 Aston Road, Aston, Birmingham he is married to Mary Ann, with a daughter Sarah (b1848)and son John (b1850). Michael was a polisher. In 1861 and again in 1871 Michael's family was expanded and his job had changed to a Beer retailer, living at the "Woolpack Inn" 362 Summer Lane, Birmingham. He died in 1878, but in 1881 his widow was still at same address. Recently I obtained a copy of Michael's marriage certificate and have now gone one generation back. He married Mary Ann Lowry on February 22nd 1846 at St Chad's Roman Catholic Cathedral, Birmingham. His job is a German Spoon Maker.Both parties were living at Litchfield Street, Birmingham. His father was CONNOR CADEN a labourer. There are a couple of births in an index for St Chad's (the pervious church as the catherdral was only built in 1839-41) in the mid 1830's stating parents as Connor Caden and Maria Frierly/Freayaly a daughter Ellena Caden 1834 and son Connor Caden 1835. Are these a connection to Michael?. Caden is such a rare name. When did Connor senior come from Ireland to Birmingham? Does anyone have any clues - and is there a connection to County Mayo, Ireland?
red mail ALFRED FOX 1884
Does anyone have any information on the FOX family. Alfred FOX born in Birmingham 1884, fathers name JAMES FOX. Alfred later moved to Durham where he married Mary Pollard. Any thing at all would be great. Thanks
red mail GLOVER & BURLEY Birmingham market
John BURLEY b.1825 Cradley Heath, was 'Provison Merchant' associated with the firm, Glover&Burley of Birmingham market, they were in business until 1970s but I cannot find information about them. Would like details of connection to BURLEY family who were from Quarry Bank, Cradley Heath, Rowley Regis and Smethwick.
red mail curly parnell
Hello wonder if anyone living in Birmingham would remember a lady by the name of Curly Parnell 1950s we were great freinds in those days she was a land army girl I was in the army and we would often meet in Stratford-on-avon at the week-ends she would have remembered me I'm sure, Wilf in the A,C,C,
red mail Elsie Harper of Birmingham
Looking for birth of Elsie Harper in 1901 with grandmother Drusilla aged 6 yrs B Birmingham in 1911 with grandmother Brusilla aged 16 no birthplace given
red mail Bunn Family
Looking for info on the Bunn family, James bunn born abt 1864 in birmingham and his wife maria (unknown madien name) they had six children, Sarah Jane 1887, Mary Ann 1889, Alice 1893, James Edward 1895, Henry 1897 and Albert 1899. Regards Loura
red mail TURNER, Thomas, Frederick & Samuel mid 1800s
Thomas & wife Charlotte with sons Frederick & Samuel are in 1841 England Census in Birmingham, Warwickshire. Charlotte seems to disappear after that; Thomas probably reappeared in 1881 in London, lodging with non-family but still recorded as being married; Frederick & his family emigrated to New Zealand in 1870 and I am interested in making contact with descendants of Samuel for the purpose of comparing notes on hopefully common ancestry. Frederick is my great-grandfather.
Samuel Green
Looking for any details on a Samuel Green. Born about 1799 and a coppersmith. Married an Elisabeth Freeth, possibly Jan 16th, 1820 at Harborne. Had 11 children between 1823 and 1848 all christened at St Martins. In 1841 Census was at 219 Bristol Street, St Thomas, Birmingham, but had died before 1851 Census so do not know where and when he was born. Any help appreciated on his origins or occupation of coppersmith.

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