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Richard Wood of Birmingham
I have info on a Richard Wood of Birmingham, ex Liverpool, mid 1800s. Willing to share.
red mail Austin Birmingham
Looking for info on William Austin born about 1822 on 1841 Census at Birmingham,possibly St Martins as on 1861 census. 1841 Living at Curdsworth with mother? Mary & sister? Jane.
red mail Ada Maybel Wilson
Hi, I am looking for ancestral details on Ada Maybel Wilson, born circa 1892. At some point she lived 228 Soho Hill, Birmingham, husband was a local baker in early 1900's. Had a sister called Elsie and later married Ernest George Mutton. Cheers Phil
red mail Taroni/Levis/Pritchatt Families
I'm researching my Taroni/Levis/Pritchatt family in Aston, Birmingham if anyone would like to exchange info please get in touch.
red mail WEBB Family Birmingham
After 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
red mail whitehouse aston
hello im tracing thomas cornelius whitehouse from aston birmingham 1882 he married isabella hancox in dec 1904 any help on the whitehouse family greatfull thanks tina
red mail Evans
Seeking anyone related to Charles Evans born 16/5/1908. Siblings: Arthur, Leslie, Richard,Ted,Jimmy, Bill, Eve, Vi. Birmingham area. Also seeking anyone who knows more about Arthur Evans, married to Mary with children Antoinette and Pauline who emigrated to Northern Rhodesia in the 1960's and then to Australia.
red mail harrison
Looking for birth of Edith Harrison born 1837 Birmingham. Father Samuel mother ? Mary Ryden.She married George Tafft in 1854 in Derby then emigrated to Australia.Need to confirm her mothers name.
red mail Parkinson
I am looking for information about John Parkinson's family b1791 Edgbaston, but his children were born in Stratford On Avon. anyone with family details please contact.
red mail Joshua GLOVER, hardware merchant
Joshua GLOVER (? - 1786) a Birmingham Hardware Merchant, bought into a partnership in the1760's that operated the Abercarne Ironworks at Abercarne, Monmouthshire. At the time of his death in 1786 Joshua's son Samuel GLOVER bought the remaining partner/s shares therefore becoming the sole owner of the works. In 1792 Samuel GLOVER purchased the Manor or Lordship of Aber-Carn which remained in the family until his death in 1808 when it was sold to the Ironmaster Richard CRAWSHAY of Cyfarthfa who in turn gifted it to his son in law Benjamin HALL. Both Joshua and Samuel served as High Bailiffs of the Manor of Birmingham in 1770 and 1778 respectively. My line (decended from Samuel GLOVER Jnr) from around 1800 to the 1950's found employ in the theatre. Other names associated with this family are:-Thomason,Bown,Whately,Thompson,Jefferies. I have not been able to discover Joshua Glover's family origins - I'd be happy to share my research with with anyone who thinks that they might have a connection.
red mail John Thomas Newey
I'm looking for information about John Thomas Newey born in Birmingham on 12-15-1899. He had a sister whose name was Rose.
red mail Pugh, Dyson, Jarvis, Sullivan, Allcott, Tye, Phipps, Bode, Stirk
and many others are the names I am researching in and around Birmingham through the 1800s and early 1900s. Also from Staffordshire - Jarvis, Lees(e) and others in and around Blythe Marsh. Plus Startin from Newcastle under Lyme.
red mail edward oliver sutton
i can find edward oliver sutton in the 1881 census in the jewellery quarter just after he married mary ann sanders and know his father was thomas sutton (from marr cert) but cannot find him in earlier censuses. can anyone help please?
Ida Mary Jane TAYLOR(1865)married William STRINGER(1877)1900 in Handsworth. William died WW1 injuries 1918. Anyone share ancestry and know what happened to Ida? Thank you.
red mail Booth/Wilkes
Thomas Booth married Mary Ann Wilkes in Aston in 1856. They raised a large family, but Thomas died in 1882 at the age of 46. I cannot find Mary Ann in any later censuses, so I wonder whether she remarried after Thomas' death. I would be very glad to hear from anyone who can shed some light on what happened to Mary Ann. Regards, Jean
Martha Hickman married Thomas Smith, a cooper 15/5/1814 St Philips. They had 10 children. Can anyone help with info on Martha? Lots of descendants known, but nothing about Martha and Thomas. Any help appreciated. Willing to share info.
red mail Thomas Hill 1848-1925
Around 1872-1881 Thomas was married to Rosanna nee Taylor, working as a Blacksmith in St. Martins area and living at 11 Bread Street with his 5 children & M-in-law Zilpah Taylor. Possibly my Great Grandfather. Information appreciated.
red mail preece family
hello in 1846 Harriet Preece and eward Preece had there second daughter Eliza born 1846 Grovenor rd birmingham and then they moved a few years later to Harrow and durham I have Eliza Preece borne 1846 alive in 1861 at home with her dad in Harborne smethwick as it was then and also at her sister elizabeth wedding in 1865 then she vanishes.Can anyone help please how do i find her i have sent for 13 ceret of Eliza,s weddings none of them correct. any help most appricated. thanks margaret
red mail 176 Raddlebarn Road
Does anybody have any information on my birth mother, Annie Sullivan, who lived at 176 Raddlebarn Road in 1953. Please contact me, even the slightest information would be appreciated.
red mail Macer-Wright
Augustus William Brenchley Macer-Wright architect designed the Birds Custard Factory. My great grandfather. buried in Robin Hood Cemetry.
red mail Hutchins
Looking for anyone who has further info on the Hutchins family,gunmakers in Birmingham in 19th century.
red mail Master Butcher
I am hoping to find information on the Syner family who I believe were in Aston around 1938ish, I think Ernest SYNER had a Butchers shop in either Bridge St. or Broad St. His Daughter Hilda Syner married from this address in 1940 to Cpl. Charles Parsons DCLI, he was my uncle and I am trying to find the family namely :- Charles, Hilda or Nicholas Parsons , Nicholas was born in the area in 1942.
red mail looking for mom
looking for any details of my mother whose father lived in stirchley Birmingham 1926
red mail Turvey, married Harriet Tew
I am looking for relatives of George Turvey who as married to Harriet Tew who lived in Mere Road off Slade Road, Erdington, Birmngham. also in the same road at the same time, harriets sister Florence also lived there. This was in the 1930s onwards. the reason I am looking is because the two girls ( Harriet and Florence ) were my aunts they were my fathers sisters, his name was Alfred Tew who was married to Ada Beatrice Tew nee Turvey.Who was also the sister to George Turvey, Harriets Husband. At the time I was only a young boy, and for what ever reasons, the families lost track of each other, and as the years have progresed, you start thinking of the past,and what has happened to them,at the moment I am seaching my family tree, I would love to hear from any relatives or Ancesters that may have decended from them.
red mail Taylor/Butt Birmingham
I am looking for parents of William George Taylor and Anniess Esther Butt married in Wandsworth, London 18 Jan 1903. Their children were William Walter, Eleanor Mary, Anniess Dorothy, Florence Esther, George Arthur, Alfred Thomas, Maud Edna (md Robert Spinks in Tasmania) & Ronald Charles (all born Birmingham - I believe). William & Anniess are my husband's grandparents. Any information would be wonderful.
red mail WORLEDGE - Samuel & Phoebe
Samuel, a Staymaker in London c 1780, and his wife Phoebe nee Whorwood had a connection with St Martin's & St Philip's parish - it was their "settlement parish". Any information about either of these families in that area would be most welcome.
red mail Family Records and Information
Hi. I am a descendent of Penelope Halfpenny and Robert Jones to my knowledge, only had two daughters. The daughters were Marg Jones and Penelope Jones. Penelope Jones married Thomas Woolley about 1788 in Birmingham, Warws, England. Penelope Jones also died in the same location. Her descendents later moved to the United States. At this time, I am looking for any information which would help me to locate the parents or siblings or other relatives of Penelope Halfpenny and Robert Jones. Any help or tips would be greatly appreciated.
I am looking for information regarding my ancestors the Devereux family from Birmingham. Thomas Devereux was born in 1800 in Handsworth. He was a basket maker as was his son William who married Emma Vincent. This William, my great great grandfather was also a music teacher on the 1881 census. His son, another William, was a scrap paper dealer in Birmingham and he married Blanche Mallen who had grown up on a farm outside Bromsgrove. They had two sons William and George and several daughters. Their son George, my grandfather, was born in 1893 and killed at the Somme in 1916. My mother Elsie May Devereux was born a few months earlier in 1916. Any information on this family would be appreciated.
William Smith (b Oct 1846) married Elizabeth Hodgkins (b c1851)in 1867 St Matthew, Aston.They had 13 children: Fanny, Eliza, Betsy, Elizabeth, Florence, Louisa, Annie, William, Kate, Gertrude, Joseph, Bernard, Ida. Info needed on William please.
red mail Mitchell/Wheatley
Looking for anyone who is connected to the Mitchell/Wheatley family of Birmingham. There are areas of the family I am stumped on. The majority of the family were Jewellers, Silversmiths or Electro Platers. They resided mainly in Hockley/Handsworth area, but I do know the family spread out all over Birmingham and some even went to London. If you can help. I also have information I can exchange with you.Some family surnames are, James/Edwards/Hanson/Dell/Davis/Mead/Wheatley/Mitchell/Bridgens/Treadgold
red mail COOPER of Bournbrock and Sellyoak
Tracing the family of Walter(Percy) Cooper bc1885 Dorset and his wife Nell. Walter was always referred by the name of Percy P - Patrick as he was born on St Patrick's Day. Two children - 1) George Walter married to Ethel Mary Hicks, had daughter Janet Mary Cooper and 2) Dorothy Margaret Cooper married Kenneth Harold Clark in 1940. Percy was a member of the mounted police and worked as a county clerk. Nell Cooper had relations in Fremantle Western Australia. Percy's parents, Walter and Sarah (Trigg) Cooper lived in Croyden Rd, Bournebrock until 1940. Any information very welcome. DE
red mail CLARK and Cooper
I am searching for the family of my cousin Dorothy Margaret Cooper bc1917 Birmingham, who married Kenneth Harold Clark in 1940 in Birmingham. Very little known about the couple after this time except that Ken Clark was in the military police. Any information very welcome DE
red mail COOPER, Hicks
I am searching for the family of my cousin, George Walter Cooper 1913 -1943 and his wife Ethel Mary (Hicks) Cooper who married in 1934. They had one daughter, Janet Mary Cooper born 4/1/1938. George was a mechanic and worked as a fireman and Ethel worked at one time in a chocolate factory in Bourneville. Any information about this family or how I might go about tracing them would be appreciated. DE
red mail Wilson/Bluck
Harriet Wilson Born approx 1827, married to Thomas Bluck had four children carolin thomas john and ellen, trying to trace harriets side of the family anyone out there who has any info?
red mail Taylor/Bluck
looking for Taylor family in birmingham, Sarah Ann Taylor married a Thomas Bluck in 1889, her date of birth 1852, they had 3 children Thomas, Harry and my grandfather Herbert. would like information on her side of the family, anyone know of taylors in 1850's?
I am looking for information about the White family, originally from Wolverley/Kidderminnster and later Birmingham. George White from Worcester "married" Harriet Crumpton in the early 1870's and they had children George, William, Annie and Edith. George worked as a labourer. They were living in Wolverley in 1881 and 1891 and then moved to Birmingham where George worked as a drayman. They had a grandchild Elsie May and Harriet's nephew Henry William Crumpton also lived with them.
red mail Frank Clark(e)
I am interested in tracing a Frank Clark(e) who was in the Birmingham area approx 1942 - 1944 after returning from working as a Footman at Bowden House, Lacock, Wiltshire (Nr Trowbridge) Was also known to have completed National Service in the UK
red mail woodcock
Looking for Emma Woodcock who married Henry Lomas they had Mary Jane, Emma, Henry, Lavinia and Amy. Emma died aged 36 years old in Lawley Street, and Henry returned home to live with his father John Lomas to help take care of the children. Any information on the Woodcock family. Emma Woodcock gives the address of Railway Terrace on her marriage certificate
I am looking for any information on the Lomas family that arrived from Leicester, although born in Derby, and settled in Great Barr Street, John Lomas born Derby, Mary Godwin his wife born Stafford. My ancester Henry Lomas born Leicester married Emma Woodcock and they had my ancester Lavinia Lomas born Sheffield. Lavinia Lomas married Joseph Cormell. Both were living at Rea Street at the time, Lavinia's father had remarried to an Elizabeth.My grandfather was born at Henage Street, and Lavinia was living with her sister Mary Wheeler at that time.
red mail HOOPER, Ernest
I am looking for details of an Ernest Hooper born in Birmingham on 2nd July 1875. He was brought up by a Captain Hooper, he at some stage moved to Preston, Lancashire and married Ellen Davis on 20th Feb 1897, the marriage certificate has a line through the space for his father. I know he was in the army with the Loyal North Lancs regiment. The only other information I have is a book that belonged to him and was presented to him at Sunday School, Wesleyan church, Birmingham at the age of 11.
red mail HADLEY, Doris Audrey
I am trying to locate any living descendents of Doris Audrey Hadley, believed to have been born in 1910 or 1911 and married to Edward Sharp Hadley sometime before 1952, when she would have been living in Hanwell, London. I think that she moved to Birmingham after 1952, and that she died in 1959. Any information about living family members would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
I am researching my Grandfather's family. His name was John William Walls b.1894 (Engineer's Fitter). His parents were Walter b. 1869 (Greengrocer)and Alice (Potter)b.1871. Walter's parents were Joseph b.1847 (Master Jeweller) and Eliza Ann (Thorne) b. 1852 and Alice's parents were John b. approx. 1833 (Master Tailor) and Martha (Baker) b. approx. 1832. Joseph's parents were William B. approx 1826 (Steel Pen Toolmaker) and Mary (Bailey) b. approx. 1826.
red mail allen
looking for marriage of wiliam allen to emily eliza jackson about 1912 birmingham
red mail cocking
looking for the parents of arthur harold cocking b 1894 bromsgrove he married beatrice spruce 1925 birmingham
red mail Clewes
I'm looking for sarah Clewes born 1797 2x Gt, G. Mother in Birmingham possibly Aston, Married toEdward Morrell and went to live in Laverstoke, Hampshire. Also her sister Mary Clewes born1891 and their Mother Anne born 1776 all born Birmingham.
red mail lancaster
I am searching for a Henry Lancaster and his son Charles Edward.He lived around Birmingham,Henry was a coal miner.
Hi, I'm trying to find information about my great-grandparents, ALBERT PERCY BEDFORD and FLORENCE AGNES GEORGE from BIRMINGHAM. My family think that Albert had a toy factory in the area as they remember seeing a card saying "Thank You from your staff"., but we can't find any info. Would also like to know more about Minnie George who possibly brought up their daughter, Margaret. Years range from 1882-1970. Yours hopefully.
red mail Upton Family
Trying to trace descendants of James Percy Upton born Birmingham 1881.He had 18 children with Henrietta Florence Upton nee Alabaster who died in 1925 giving birth to the 18th child. James then remarried and as far as I know had a further 2 children. The eldest of his children was Percy James Upton (my grandfather) born in 1901 in Chelmsford. The family moved back up to Birmingham sometime after 1903 and lived in Abbey Road Erdington.
red mail Drivers of Birmingham or Stourbridge
I am trying to trace descendants of Graham Frederic Henry Driver born Birmingham 1938 with mother surname Edith Rooke and father Gwylim. Any info greatfully recieved. I have had some success with the Rooke side of the family but need information or contact with Drivers from Brimingham and/or Stourbridge area still trying to locate relatives of Graham Frederic Henry Driver, Natalie Driver, Jean Driver and Diane Driver. Or any information on my relative Gwylim Idris Owen Driver born Pontypridd, Glamorgan
red mail wright or dewright
looking for family member late 1800s-early1900s rucie salmonia gloria wright her mother name was selena or celena, her father was from spain.rucie mother called her gloria.rucie was born in the usa 1896, they lived in birmingham traveled alot.traveled to india when she was 13, rucie was a nurse in ww1, married a canadian william whitford.they were married at alder england, her father died when she was 9 and her mother died when rucie was around 20.she had a graudian who was a govern general.
red mail LOVE Frederick George
Born/early childhood London c. 1889. In Birmingham after WW1 to death 22 October 1955.Children (1)Frederick & (2)Dennis by first wife May (3) Audrey by partner Annie(Fanny (4) Keith by second wife May (known as Sherrie). Fred had a sister Rose. Any info appreciated.
red mail Bruce Family from Birmingham, Warwickshire
I am looking for any info on the Bruce family from Birmingham. They were a wealthy family of Brass Founders. If any one can help me with my research, I will be very grateful.
red mail Crispin Whiting
Is anyone out there in www tracking this name? Please contact me. I would particularly like to hear from Brenda Wheeler.
red mail Arthur Stanley Cox 1912 Birmingham
Arthur was the only son of George Arthur Cox born 1884 Birmingham, Warwickshire and Ethel Hildegard Bayliss born 1885 Birmingham, Warwickshire. George and Ethel married 1907 Edgbaston, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Ethel died within weeks of her son, Arthur in 1976. Would love to hear from anyone else researching this family, I have lots of information to share. I have found a younger sister of Hannah Wildsmith, who was unknown to the Cox family but remembered by Hannah, when her name was mentioned.
red mail Edward Henry LUCVAS
My search is for ancestors of Edward Henry LUCAS born in about 1852 in Birmingham. Later he became an Engine Fitter and Turner in London. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Philip Wall.
red mail dyke broomfield rooke askew jones flynn sims or simms
I am searching for a joan sims or simms her mother was ivy lane and father harry sims her birth date was approx 1943.
red mail green/close
Seeking info on my great great uncle william george green who married harriet ann close in january 1899. They had a son william about a year later. Were there any more children? Addresses on marriage certificate show william living at 20 somerset street, aston and harriet at 1 hereford cottages, cato street, aston, birmingham.
red mail MARTIN
Looking for info on Martin family, greengrocers of Upper Thomas Street
red mail Perks of Birmingham
My grandmother was Lily Perks daughter of Thomas Henry Perks and Hannah Simms born 1905. I have quite a bit of research on my Perks line. The Perks were all Brass Casters for many generations. Anyone researching the family please get in touch.
red mail Felkin of Birmingham and West Bromwich
Anyone researching the name Felkin get in touch as I am trying to fit all people with the name Felkin in the Uk into my tree.
red mail Cox in Birmingham and Bristol
my great granparents were Leah Chambers and Albert Cox married in Birmingham in 1904. Alberts parents were William Cox and Mary Ann Smallwood who married in Birmingham in 1871. William was born in Bristol in 1851. Anyone researching the same tree get in touch.
red mail BLAKEWAY - Birmingham
My great grandmother was Eleanor Elizabeth BLAKEWAY born 1871 in Birmingham. Her Parents were James BLAKEWAY (c1833) & Sarah DIVETT/DEVITT (c1835). James's parents were James BLAKEWAY (c1801) possibly of Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire and Sarah Shenton (written as SHENSTONE on 1851 census, nee Johnson), born in Stone or Stowe Staffordshire c1805. Her previous marriage was to Samuel Shenton at St Martin in Birmingham in 1822. Samuel died in 1826 then Sarah married James Blakeway in 1828. Any relevant information on any member of this family would be appreciated, I also have plenty of data to share with any interested parties. Thanks.
red mail father family search
born in birmingham 1890 - 1905. had a son harry ambrose, and daughters evy,ginny,lotty. son was in the worchester regiment and retired as sargent major. married dorothy farley. harry died at the age of 56 in worchester, england. would appreciate any information about the sisters and or family.
red mail Talbots from Birmingham
Looking for Talbot in the Birmingham area especially siblings of Richard Talbot born 1805. Also Aston
red mail HORTON
Seeking any information on Thomas HORTON (b c1782)and his wife Mary. They had at least 2 children, George (b c1814) and David Frederick (b c1824). The children were christened at St. Philips, Birmingham.
red mail Brettel
Sarah Brettel (possibly Brettell) married Henry CROTON 12 Nov.1826 in Birmingham. Henry was from London
red mail Randles
Philip RANDLES married Sarah CROTON at St. Martins, Birmingham on 22 Oct. 1849
red mail smythe/green
My great grandfather Charles Daniel Green b 1864/5 was illegitimate son of Hannah Green and Charles Smythe. I cannot find record of his birth or any details on Charles Smythe who was shown on Harborne Parish Record in 1865 to be a Gem Maker from Birmingham. Any info please.
red mail Read family of Ladywood
Trying to locate any descendants of William Henry Read born 1885 Berkshire, moved to Birmingham about 1916, don't know where to. Last known address was 70 St Marys Street, Ladywood, Birmingham, about 1935. Don't know if he ever married between of after those dates, and/or if he had family in the Ladywood area. Would very much appreciate any help or information anyone can offer.
red mail Davis family Perry Barr
Seeking information about the family of Charles Samuel Davis, gunsmith, Perry Barr. Father Walter Joseph Davis, mother Caroline Bentley, siblings walter and edith?
red mail Jennings family, Swan, Yardley
seeking information about the Jennings family, father Thomas Jennings ran Swan pub in Yardley late 1800s, children: Isabel, Emma, Rosa, Timothy, Walter, Amy, Edwin, John, and Kate
red mail Bailey/Osborne
Looking for descendents of Josaiah Henry Bailey born 1846 who married Alice Osborne before 1874. He was a manufacturing jeweller in Aston and later moved to Staffordshire.Most of his siblings migrated to New Zealand.
red mail Newey/Horsley/Evans/Blackwell
I am looking for any information concerning the father of Charles Newey, who was my Great.Great,Great Grandfather - he was born 1806 in Solihull and married Mary Ann Horsley in 1825 in Birmingham. However, I cannot find any trace of Charles father. My Great, Great Grandfather was Emmaual Newey who married Elizabth Evans in 1854 in Birmingham. He had two sons William born 1857 and Henry 1861. His daughter Selina born 1855 married my Great Grandfather Arthur Blackwell in 1880. I have been unable to find out any conclusive information on either William or Henry. Therefore, would be grateful if anyone has any information relating to William or Henry or any other member of the Newey family or Evans family.
red mail Osborne/Haynes/Oldhouse/Blackwell/Green
I am looking for anyone who may have information on William Osborne born 1851 in Newnham Northhants. He married Emma Haynes born 1851 Newnham. He moved to Aston in Birmingham, Where by Grandmother Bertha Elizabeth was born. (Bertha Elizabeth married William Blackwell in 1908, she died in 1916) Berth had four brothers - Alfred born 1874, Loxley(could have been Joseph Loxley) in 1876), Ernest 1879 and Walter 1885. Alfred married Eleanor Aldhouse in 1894. I think Walter married Edith Annie Green in 1909. If anyone has any information relating to the above mentioned I would be glad to hear from you. Also when William and Emma died as I have not been able to find this out.
red mail Blind School-Edgebaston, Birmingham 1937
Does anyone out there know of a Kathleen Tyrell, ( maiden name ) who worked at the School for the Blind in Edgebaston, Birmingham in 1936/37 . Her friend from Lichfield , Staffs ( who worked with you )is still living and would like to know if Kathleen is still around. Remember the Bull Ring where we used to go dancing on weekends?
red mail Leadbeter and Packer
The family of James Henry Leadbeter seems to have spent some time in Enfield, Mdx., but originated and went back to Birmingham. They were mostly army men. Would be interested to hear from anyone knowing of them and PACKER family associated with them. Thank you, Ivy.
red mail Edna Winifred Cresswell/Burnett
I am trying to find anything about Edna Winifred Cresswell.Born in Kings Heath, Birmingham, in 1925.Father was Arthur, and mother Martha Florence Cresswell.I believe Edna married in 1953, at the Parish Church of Kings Heath, and became Edna Winifred Burnett, husband was Alfred Charles Burnett, Royal Navy. Edna Winifred was my Father, John Charles Cresswell, and my Uncle,Leslie Alec Cresswell`s, step-sister, and I believe she may have resided at Waterloo Road in Kings Heath. There is the possibility that a daughter was born from this marriage, Susan M. Burnett, but I`m not positive about this. Any information will be appreciated. Thanks.
red mail Family search
Trying to locate the family of my fathers yougest brother, his name was John Sheils born Liverpool 1915 married Florence Evelyn Wilson in 1938 and settled in Birmingham.
red mail Nevill - Birmingham
I am looking for information on the parents of SARAH NEVILL, baptised in St Philips Church, Birmingham on 25th March 1799. At the moment I have been unable to trace a copy of the baptismal register, which may have been damaged or be too fragile to photograph for microfiche. There are a number of other Nevills with baptismal records at St Philip's from 1788-1809, and at least three different sets of parents. It is possible that all these Nevills are related in some way, as the surname appears in its less usual spelling. If anyone has some concrete information on Sarah Nevill's parents, please let me know! Sarah Nevill was my 3x great-grandmother.
marie houghton
i am looking to confirm some information regards marie houghton desperate to confirm her parents she married edwin harvey and died in Horninglow Workhouse 1900 any information appreciated
red mail Looking for my uncles
Does anyone have knowledge of Alfred Charles Silvester or Henry Silvester, brothers to my father James Silvester born 6th June 1912. My father married Doris Elsie Malin 14th December 1935. Doris Elsie Malins mothers name is Ada Malin nee Hart. James Silvesters fathers name is William Silvester who married Mary Ann Bassett in 1912 (although not too sure about Mary).
red mail Malone
Having managed to trace my Malone ancestors back to the late 1700s I have now hit a wall. Looking for information about James Malone born Birmingham 1786 and more specifically his mother and father Patrick and Elizabeth Malone. Would be grateful for any help.
red mail Help in Finding Births!
Can any one out there! who can help me in finding the birth-place & any families of a John Osborne born some time between 1779 - 1791 some where in Warwickshire, John Osborne enlisted in the St Helena Artillery (East India Company) 0n the Island of St Helena,he sailed on the ship called the " Travers " he arrived on the Island of St Helena, in 1804. He is down as a Gunner. He died on the 26th July 1855 age 68(?) In the information I have his birth place is down has Warwickshire! can any one help please. On St Helena in 1825 John married a Slave who belonged to the East India Company.
red mail John Burley - Birmingham
I'm looking for information concerning the family of John Burley born in Birmingham 1827, died in Handsworth in 1896. Ann Hannah Skipp(s) was his first wife (married 1846). Their children were Ann, Emma, Benjamin, Mary, Eleanor, Elizabeth, Richard, Thomas & William. Jane Shirley was his second wife (married 1869). They had 5 children. All the children were born in Birmingham.
red mail Harold /Lillian Watkins of Birmingham
Searching for Harold and Lillian Watkins, son and daughter of same name.Would be around 65ish now. Father Harold died around 1947, Harold and Lillian and mother moved away. Joe Watkins' family would love to make contact again, particularly Bet. Please get in touch with any info.
red mail Michael Caden, b. 1820
Michael Caden was my 3rd great grandfather, born in Ireland 1820 possibly a publican. Any info would be welcome.
red mail MORGAN Joseph and Ann
Looking for any information on Joseph b.1811 and Ann Morgan b.1821. There son John immigrated to New Zealand about 1865. They were all born in Birmingham as far as I know and lived in Little Hampton Street, Parish of St George, Birmingham.
red mail GEORGE - GOPSILL Families
Emily Fanny GEORGE (born 1855) married Albert Edward GOPSILL (born in 1850) in 1896 when they were age 41 & 46. Nos sign of any children, but any information on either people would be appreciated.
red mail allsopp
Is anyone out there researching the Allsopp family who lived in Aston, Birmingham in the 1800's. John Allsopp b. 1828 married Mary Ann Darby in Aston on 10.9.1849. They had children Margaret 1828, Mary Ann 1850, Alfred 1860, Thomas 1870, Alice1865, Sarah 1852.
red mail Rita Powell
Rita was 1 of 9or10 children, she married a US serviceman in 1957-1958. Where she moved to Louisiana,USA and had 3 children. She passed away in 1976. Her father is William Powell and her mother is Katherine Lewis.Last I heard the family is from the Birmingham,England area. I'm trying to help my mother find any of her moms family please contact me if any of this sounds familiar. thank you
red mail Mary ann leadbeater of Birmingham
Does anyone have any information on a Mary ann leadbeater from Birmingham born around 1881 - 1883, she married a George Christopher Williams in 1904 in Birmingham, if anyone has any information on this lady or her family it would be very much appreciated, thanks
red mail William and Louisa SMITH
I am searching for descendents of William and Louisa SMITH who lived in Birmingham, England. From the 1871 census of Warwickshire, I find William and Louisa living in Birmingham. William was born about 1835 in Chew Magna, Somerset, England. William's occupation is listed as Edge Tool Maker. Louisa was born about 1832 in Cambridge, Gloucestershire, England. I believe Louisa's maiden name was DAVIS and she was the daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth (WARNER) Davis. I believe the couple was married 29 Dec 1856 in St. Phillips, Birmingham. From the census, I have been able to find three children born to William and Louisa: Ester, 1857 in Birmingham Daniel, 1859 in Birmingham Louisa, 1867 in Cambridge, Gloucestershire
red mail James and Catherine LOWE, Birmingham, mid-1850s
I am researching the family of James and Catherine LOWE, found in the 1851 census. I have traced them through each census, up to 1891. From the Free BMD, I found an entry for a James LOWE and Catherine DAVIES, married 1843 Birmingham. I believe Catherine LOWE was Catherine Ann Hale DAVIS, daughter of Joseph DAVIS and Elizabeth WARNER and christened 31 Jul 1825 in Slimbridge, Gloucestershire. Through the census, I have found the following children: Elizabeth, abt. 1844 Joseph, abt. 1846 George, abt. 1848 Jane, abt. 1852 Henry, abt. 1854 James, abt. 1856 Arthur, abt. 1859 Alice or Kate, abt. 1861 Edith, abt. 1864 Daniel, abt. 1867 All of the children were born in Birmingham. James LOWE's occupation was "Gun Finisher". James LOWE died in 1869, Birmingham. I would like to correspond with anyone researching this family.
red mail Bode
Looking for details of the Bode family in the 19th century. Mostly connected with the gun trade, although many later became publicans.
red mail Sadler or Rymill family
Unfortunately my nan is dying and I want to trace her late husbands place of burial so we can go over and scatter her ashes with him. His name was George John or John George Sadler and he was born in 1900 or 1901. He died either in 1949 or 1950 around November time. He married Edith Anne Rymill and they last known address before he died was 161 Sandy Hill Road, Shirley. They had 3 children. One son John and two daughters Sylvia and Joan. The oldest sylvia sadler was born on 8th April 1946. Joan Sadler was born 27th May 1947 and John William Sadler was born 6th January 1949
red mail Birmingham Jewellery quarter
I'd like to find information, books or articles about life in the Birmingham's Jewellery quarter, especially about electroplaters. My family lived on Warstone for many years. I already have "The making of Victorian Birmingham" Any suggestions?
red mail Music Hall
Searching for any information on Kitty Page who was borm in 1886 and went on the stage.
red mail Nabbs Family
Looking for any Nabbs family members, particularly in the Birmingham area.Edward married Jane Taylor & had 4 children, Lily, May, George and Edward.
trying to locate any family history of the late ronald anthony vernall born in oldbury west brom died sudden 28/nov/o6 taught by nuns lived in the same street as diana dors would like to hear from any one who new the street name or any reatives
red mail William Burley 1837 - ?
William Burley born in Birmingham in 1837 to Richard & Anne Burley. No record of a marriage. He started a Carriage Lamp business,"Howes & Burley" on Bishop St. His niece Emma Burley(b 1868)& nephew, John Burley(b 1870) came to live with William after their parents died. John may have worked at his uncle's business. Does anyone have information about the business or family members?

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