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Eliza BILLINGHAM m Dec 1854 Gilbert Haughton PAVIOUR a widower aged about 59. He died 2y 8m later in Dec 1856 so she must have been too much for him. I don't know her age but she was sure to have been younger than him. Probate for Gilbert is in Lichfield Record Office, only an Admon. sadly. Gilbert was brother of my ggg grandfather William Haughton PAVIOUR. Aileen in NZ
My gg grandfather m Elizabeth HARVEY (his 2nd wife). By coincidence her father was also David but her mother was Ann as seen in the 1861 census. 1861 Census RG9 / 2171 Folio 76 Page 1 Aston, Birmingham, Deritend & Bordesley, Birmingham, Bordesley Schedule 4, 102 Bradford Street David HARVEY Head Mar 56 Butcher b GLS Winchcombe Ann " Wife Mar 59 b GLS Winchcombe Annie " Daur Unm 21 Domestic Assistant b WAR Birmingham Elizabeth " Daur Unm 16 Domestic Assistant b WAR Birmingham BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST 11/9/1869 (9 Nov 1869) Marriage PAVIOUR-HARVEY 9i Congreg. Ch. Moseley Rd, D.O. Paviour Esq., of Islington to Elizabeth ydo late David of this town (There is an Islington in Birmingham apparently). 1871 Census RG10 / 3105 Folio 17 p27 Birmingham, St Martins, Birmingham, B'ham B'ham Schedule 161, 75 Lower Hurst Street David Owen PAVIOUR Head Mar 44 Secrety for Loan Society b WAR Birmingham Elizabeth PAVIOUR Wife Mar 26 b WAR Birmingham (Mistranscribed in index as David Owen Pairour 44 Birmingham WAR Head) David Owen PAVIOUR died in 1875 but his widow Elizabeth nee HARVEY lived until 1928. She and Annie Lamb PAVIOUR can be seen in the 1881, 1891 and 1901 census. Surname mistranscribed as PAIROR and PARRIN in two of the censuses. 1881 Census - mistranscribed surname RG11 / 2834 Folio 25 p 43 Source: FHL Film 1341679 Census Place: Handsworth, Stafford, England Dwelling: 140 Soho Hill Elizabeth PARRIN Head Widow 36 F Occ: Lets Apartments b Bham WAR Ann Lamb PARRIN Dau Scholar 9 b Bham WAR Ann S C HARVEY Sister Unm 40 b Bham WAR Annie Lamb PAVIOUR died in 1847 and in her will said she was to be buried in the family grave in Witton Cemetery which is just north of Aston.
red mail ALLEN, William Henry
ALLEN, William Henry was born in Lilleshall, Shropshire and married Alice THOMPSON in St. Mark's Church, Birmingham June 23, 1878. William was a joiner and had several siblings: Charles Rees (b. 1855); Herbert (b. 1856); Albert (b. 1865); Mary Ann (b. 1859) and Louisa (b. 1860) William and Alice had a daughter, Anna (Annie)ALLEN born in 1880 in Birmingham. William, Alice and Annie emigrated to New York City in 1891 where Alice died in 1903. Annie subsequently married Frederick Dalton SMITH, lived in Manhattan and died there in 1926. Any help in making a connection would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Dumelow
I am trying to trace a Henry Dumelow who was a jeweller in Birmingham area born about 1809 and his descendants one of which I know is Albert John Baker Dumelow. Can anyone assist Please?
red mail POLICEMAN
i am looking for information about my GG Grandfather William Beech who was a policeman in Birmingham from 1850. He lived in Upper Gough Street was married to Hannah Adams and had 6 children
red mail searching for girlings
researching my family tree and hit a brick wall can anyone help? i need info on William Girling abt1772 married to Charlotte Ann (nee) Wilkinson? children Sarah Ann abt1850,Charlotte F abt1853 and Reuben abt1856 who were born in SANDIACRE DERBYSHIRE they lived in the Birmingham area
red mail Eldred & Taft
I am trying to trace my family tree in or around the Birmingham area of the UK. If ANYONE has any surname links with the above, then I would be grateful for any information received.
red mail La Touche
I am looking for the baptism of my Grandfather George Henry La Touche. He may have been baptised in a Catholic church in the Aston Manor area about 1890.Grateful thanks if he or brothers are found.
red mail james wickett
looking for any details of James Wickett b/approx 1837 birmingham,wife Rosanna nee Smith.He was the father of Joseph b/1870 Elsington st Birmingham.
red mail lost uncle
hi. i'm looking for william mcgrath who's last address was care of the dolphin cafe in birmingham. this was about the 1980's.
red mail Suter family
Seeking information about gggrandmother's family in Birmingham. She was Eliza Suter, born c 1826 and later emigrated to South australia where she married my grandfather in 1845. I am interested in finding out as much as possible about her parents and family. Any help will be much appreciated. Thank you.
red mail tom bishop
Looking to corrispond with people who have info above Tom Bishop who had a band in the tooting Mitcham, Purly area in the 1920's. Band name tom bishop's revels, swing, dance hall band
red mail fredrick aston
looking for desendants of the Aston family of Granville rd Birmingham, Frederick Aston was given up for adoption and sent to Canada for a better life, father charles, mother mary Robinson
red mail Florence Saunders B 1877C
Searching for information on Florence Saunders B 1877C Birmingham parents John Saunders and Maria married George Henry Harper died 1901, siblings Sarah married Henry Kemp, Ada, John
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Searching for information of my father Sydney James Hadley, born 1896 - died 1959 in London. Family belived to be from Lacells/Lazells? part of Birmingham. He had two brothers and two sisters (one became a teacher at a girls school in Stratfor-upon-Avon. The other was a secretary to the director of Dunlop Tyres Birmingham. I have no knowledge of his brothers. My father ran away and joined the Royal Navy around 1909 (gave false age) he saw action at the battle of Jutland, his ship was sunk and he was rescued and sent to a military hospital in Malta. He subsequently lost three toes on his right foot. I believe he was a petty office (blackgang) but left the navy around 1920 and joined the merchant navy. His estrangement form his family ment that we as a family did not have any contact with his siblings. His father was, I believe, a silversmith as was his grandfather (in Birmingham). He married and lived in the Southend area until around 1935-7 when his marriage broke up, he had two sons Albert and George by his first wife. He subsequently moved to Poplar E.14, London where he married my mother (Nee Louisa McKie) in 1939. I am the second of three brothers. My father worked for many years at the Shaw Savil shipping line in London's Royal Docks at Silvertown. I have photo's but know little about his earlier life - can anyone help?
red mail Hurst Street Schools
Could anybody out there tell me the Hurst Street Schools were for Jewish children only.
red mail The Harvey Family
I am looking for further information on a David Harvey and his wife Harriet Harvey, (nee Soar). The information I have is that from 1861 they were living at 28 and 30 Bromsgrove Street, Birmingham. He was either a Newsagent or Cabinet Maker ??? and she was a Hosier. They had two children, Manfred Harvey a Master Watchmaker and my gt gt grandmother Elizabeth Harvey. They also had a Elizabeth Soar living in with them, she was my gt gt gt grandmother.
red mail Looking for info about Sarah Wright
Trying to trace the history of a Sarah Wright from Birmingham. She married a John Thomas Richard Cooper from North Riding, Yorkshire. They had nine children to our knowledge: Hannnah, Elizabeth, James, Ellen, John, Ada, Alfred, Florence and Lily Alice Cooper. Lily Alice Cooper then married Alfred Earnest Harvey (a tailor/outfitter) in Kent on the 10th April 1909. They had five children, William Clifford Gore Harvey, Madge or Marjorie ? Gore Harvey(emigrated to Australia in 50's/married Glyn Hannan), Beatrix Maella Gore Harvey (unmarried but heavily involved in scouting movement - met Baden Powell), Mary ? Gore Harvey, and Dorothy Tiss Gore Harvey. Dorothy then married William Arnold Taylor in Baldock, August 1951 and had three Children: Joyce Brenda, Roy William, Linda Valerie. We would love to know more info about Sarah Wright's background and also find out if the "Gore" name was derived from this side of the family.
Home Guard
information about the Home Guard at 'The Austin' in Longbridge during WW2 would be much appreciated
red mail Henry John Parry
Born: Dec., 1888 Parents:William Thomas Parry. Mother:Emily Parry (nee: ?) Brothers/Sisters:Emily.George,Elizabeth, Harold, Arthur, John. etc., 1891 Census: shows Aston, Birmingham. 1901 shows: Edgebaston, Birmingham.
Thomas Bartlett (Feb 06) Trying to find information of the family of Thomas Bartlett and Dora,Thomas was born in Prestbury Gloucestershire in 1854 and Dora was born in Birmingham the family lived in Leicestershire for a while until 1890s when they lived in the highgate/Bordsley area of Birmingham. Thomas Bartlett was a Pork Butcher and died at the end of 1890s living Dora to bring up the family on her own any information would be most appreciated Thank You
red mail Bella Hunt
Trying to find information on Bella Hunt born 1879 in Aston Birmingham and in the 1891 census lived with her Mother and father James and Elizabeth Hunt at 5 Digby Street,Duddeston, Birmingham on the census she was aged 12 years and a Domestic Servant after this i am not sure what became of her, though there is a marriage entry in the FreeBMD with a Bella marrying a William Powell.Any help would be appreciated. Thank You
red mail Mary Clarke Kent
Looking for ancestors of Mary Clarke Kent borne c. 1856 in Birmingham. Married James Thomas Breen of Wexford, Ireland and moved to London.
red mail TIBBITS
Researching my family tree and would like any information about th Tibbits family from Warwickshire/Staffordshire area in th 1800's
red mail Brownell/brownhill/breedon
Edward Breedon m. Charlotte Brownell in 1847. I am trying to find out if these families were related to Brownhills who had a shop in Aston in 1909.
red mail Bull
Charles & Caroline Bull, Bakers and Confectioners lived in Birmingham during the 1850s and 60s before moving to the London area. Any relations around?
red mail Lucas, Treadwell - Birmingham
I am looking for anything on the family of Joseph Thomas Lucas who married Hilda Hannah Treadwell on Christmas Day 1922. Joseph's parents were William and Florence. Joe attended the George Dixon School in Birmingham. He was quartermaster sargent in the 2nd World War, served at Dunkirk, Africa, Germany. He had a sister called Millie, Hilda and one of his brothers-- was Ernest.
Anyone searching for Bants in the Birmingham area i am also researching my family history.
Looking for information on Agnes MARTIN (nee HANLEY/HANDLEY) who in 1885 was living at 80 Newtown Row Birmingham with her husband Thomas William. Agnes gave her place of birth on census entries as Birmingham but appears to have actually been born in Ireland c1862 to parents Patrick and Mary A HANLEY. Before living in Birmingham they had married in Rhode Island US on 17 October 1884. Would be very grateful for any information on her connection with Birmingham - perhaps she had other family members in the area? Thanks for your time. Linda
red mail Arthur Tomlin - b 1866, gloucester,
Arthur Tomlin my ggrandfather, born 1866 in gloucester, mother emily ball(s)born 1844 (chelsea) married edward henry tomlin born 1841 (chelsea). Later moved to birmingham, emily was living with george evans in 1881 and 1891 census no sign of edward after 1871. My grandmother Lily tomlin born 1900 (birmingham). ring any bells?
red mail Pendle family 2 Birmingham
Samuel Frank Pendle,1859-1954, second son of Samuel Ridgley Pendle and Mary Ann Ives, married Mary Ann aka 'Polly' Price, 1876-1955 at St Lawrence's Church, Northfield, Birmingham, Sep 29 1911. Polly Price's first husband was Frederick James Adams,b. Darlaston 1875-1903.If you know of Freddie's family, please get in touch as we have photos to pass on.
red mail Pendle family Birmingham
Samuel Ridgley Pendle 1820-1897 had a son George Samuel Pendle 1856 who married Mary Ann Walters, 1859-1944, and they had children Alice Maud 1878, George Christopher1880, Frank Samuel 1883, Annie 1887, Alfred Ridgley 1890, Catherine Edith 1892, Sydney Howard 1894, Dorothy Ives 1898 and Augustus 1901 all born and living in Birmingham. If you are descended from them,please get in touch.
John Henry Spurr
Looking for details of my great grandfather. born in Birmingham 1876 married Annie Spooner abt 1898 and had ten children. Last heard of about 1918 in Sparkwell Birmingham UK but I believe he died in Birmingham in 1958 at the age of 82
red mail partridge
james partridge(b.1815-1816) married to sarah,son james married to mary anne (lownes), son james married to selina moved to wolverhampton, sons herbert and harry, daughters lilian, nora. harry,s son dennis (b.1913) my dad.
red mail Kenwrick George
A Surveyor, believed living in Edgbaston Birmingham late 1800s. Information surrounding him or others of this name welcomed. Robert
red mail Eaton Family
I have a Victor George Eaton b. Aug 1902 died March 1971 in my Tree but no knowledge of his parents. Victor lived with his wife and family in Kings Heath. Any info' regarding his parents would be most appreciated. Ron
red mail Charles Hartley, confectioner
looking for info on a charles hartley living in birmingham from about 1828 father of Arthur (steel roller) living Osler st at time of his marriage in 1869 Arthur married louisa and had : John Agnes, Sara, Charles, Fanny, John A, Frances, Sara, Agnes, James
red mail Three Simms Brothers
My grandmother, Mary Elizabeth Simms (born 1891 at Woodman Inn, Cattells Grove, Aston) daughter of Sampson Simms and Constance Kate Middleton, emigrated to America in 1903 with her widowed mother Kate. Three brothers, born in Birmingham: Alfred (1883), Arthur (1886) and Harry (1888) remained in England. I am trying to learn about any of their descendants.
red mail Baskerville
My grandmother is Annie Maria Baskerville born 1872/73. She went to Australia in 1880 I believe. married 1894 to John Dearden. any one with information on the Baskerville family would be of great help.
red mail Marie Bennett
Marie was evacuated from Brum to Easthope Shropshire at beginning WW2. Stayed with Jeffries family. Emigrated to Canada. Any contact please?
red mail RUDDER/CHEW
Henry Tudor Rudder married Caroline Esther Chew at Congregational Church, Birmingham in 1897. She was his second wife. Their son Maurice was my husband's father. Looking for information. At age 21 he lived in Paddington Street with his married sister, Mary.
red mail Selley
Looking for Selley in and around Birmingham.
I have a brick wall regarding the descendants of JOHN WESTON,described as 'LOCKSMITH'(or LOCKMAKER?). His son, my ancestor JOHN HENRY WESTON (aka JOHN SMITH!)- Chelsea Outpensioner & 'soldier'- was born in Birmingham 1826-1829. He married (??), was widowed, then married as JOHN SMITH (in Hampshire) my Great Grandmother, Mary Ann Sheldon nee Ellis (born Bristol, Somerset c.1838). They, with her son George and my Grandfather Henry moved to Plymouth. John Henry had at least one brother, who a) ran away to Southampton with his Landlady or b)migrated to Australia,probably as SMITH. The brothers agreed to communicate thro the NEWS OF THE WORLD. This happened in 1918 from a SAMUEL SMITH, but my Grandfather wouldn't respond. My mother, now in her 80s would love to know the beginning of this story.
red mail Whitehouse
I am very keen to trace the ancestors of Ephraim Whitehouse 1844 - 1875 Birmingham. He was a hairdresser, living on Congreve Street. His son,William Whitehouse 1850 Birmingham became headmaster of Braunston village school in Rutland.
red mail bridgewater / phipps' of harborne, birmingham
would like information on anyone with knowledge of the phipps or bridgewater family who came to or was born in birmingham (particulaly harborne and edgebaston) i have lots of info that might also help someone else, i know the bridgewaters owned a factory in bradford street and i have come to a dead end and need some help !!!
Looking for any information on family of Anne PARTRIDGE born in Birmingham circa 1820. She married George CRADDUCK in London circa 1846 and moved to Middlesex. Be great to hear from anyone Lin
Mary Ann Walker was my great grandmother, she married John Banner Doust on 11th April 1865 at St Martin's. Witnesses were William and Sarah Ann Bunford. Her father was James Walker, whose profession on the copy certificate I have is waitress! I assume this should be waiter, or that she misheard the registrar's question and gave her own occupation; but does anyone have any information on the Walker family - Mary was resident in Barr Street at the time of the marriage.
Looking for descendants of Richard Lines and Ann Philpotts lived Birmingham 1850s. Sons John Philpotts Lines married Harriet Dixon and George Lines married Mary Ann Dowdeswell. Family subsequently moved to Walsall. Anyone with links to these?
red mail SPARGO - MASON
Frances Foxall was born in Bridgnorth ca. 1854 to Thomas Foxall and his wife Eliza. Thomas was a tailor by trade. Frances (Fanny) married John spargo April 20, 1878, in the parish of Aston county of Warwick in 1878. The two emmigrated to the US with their 11 month old daughter Frances Mary in September of 1879. Frances Foxall had a rich history that involved widowhood and remarriage to John spargo's Brother Nick in 1884. Nick's disappearance in 1899/1900 left Frances and daughter Mary in Waterbury, Connecticut, USA. Mother and daughter returned to Frances' family in Bridgnorth 1899/1900. I'm looking for what happened to Frances (Fanny) and Mary after their return to England. I've been told that Frances Mary wed a chap whose surname is Mason. Jim
red mail CHESHIRE Samuel and CLARK Phebe
Samuel (a soldier) married Phebe at St Martins, Birmingham on 1 April 1811. Daughter Phebe christened on 12 April 1813 and son Henry on 20 November 1815 at same church. I am descended from Henry, who was transported to Australia on the "Lady Harewood" in 1832. Seeking information on Henry's parents and sister and other relatives remaining in England.
Thomas Leach - baker
My gr grandfather, Thomas Leach, was a baker and confectioner who was born in Cradley, Herefords (1901 Census). He married Sarah Ann Whillock after he had moved to Birmingham, on 5th Feb 1882 when he was 23. His marriage certificate shows his father as either Josiah or Isaiah Leach, a labourer, but I haven't been able to find any trace of the family in Cradley other than George who was approx 9 years younger. One witness to the marriage was Henry Adams, who we believe also came from Cradley - family anecdote is that they were both bakers who moved to Birmingham at the same time, presumably looking for work. Thomas and Sarah's son, my grandfather Thomas George Leach, was born in 1886. Sarah was District Midwife for Aston (Birmingham)until 1927 or so - she died in 1936. Any help with getting further back on the Leach side gratefully received.
red mail parsons family
Looking for information about George Parsons born in Birmingham in abt 1870 married Louisa E(maiden name unknown)daughter Lily E was born in 1891.They then moved to Newcastle upon Tyne were their second child Frederick George was born in 1900
Ange Family and America
I am a decendent of Francis Ange of Martin County North Carolina. He is listed on the 1790 census as one of two heads of households the other being a Abigail Ange also of Martin County. There was a Frances Ange of Maryland prior to that who said {according to a newspaper article from the 1700's} that his father was a John Ange of Stratford upon Avon. Trying to make a connection but with no luck. Can you help?
red mail Hands family
Searching for any Hands family from the Birmingham area, including Thomas Hands b.1812 Solihull, his sons William, Thomas, James, Joseph, Josiah, Frederick, George, born in Shirley and Birmingham - and Josiah's sons, including my grandfather Alfred Hands who had shops in the Ladywood area 1900 to 1930.
red mail thomas clifford
researching family history -my gt,grandfather thomas clifford was a silversmith in Birmingham in middle 1800s any info would be helpful
red mail Institute for Blind Edgebaston Frederick Towhey 1860
Does anyone have any info on Blind Institute dating back to 1860's/70's. Trying to trace family of Frederick William Lovely Towhey.
red mail John Mills/Birmingham
Seeking information on John Mills b. abt 1796 who married Elizabeth Timmins in 1818,St. Phillips. Birmingham. Children: Emma 1824, Sarah Elizabeth 1826, Mary Ann 1827, Apart from Sarah, the family seem to have vanished. Does anyone recognise this family? thanks!
red mail West, Robert Richards
Robert Richards West baptised 1817 at St.Philip's, Birmingham, son of William and Elizabeth of York Street. Married Eliza Sunderland 1836 at Aston-juxta Birmingham. Any connections greatly appreciated.
red mail Sunderland, , John
Sunderland, John, baptised 1782 at St.Philip's, Birmingham, son of Robert and Elizabeth. Married Mary Short at Aston-juxta Birmingham, 1802. Help welcomed from anyone researching either of these surnames.
red mail Frederick BROOKES born c1850
I have a mystery surrounding my Frederick BROOKES, who was born around 1850, he says in Birmingham. He says his father was Francis BROOKES, a smith, on his marriage cert. But a GRO search for Frederick's birth has drawn a complete blank and the 1851 census doesn't shed any light. Has anyone got any ideas or links? Frederick, a sawyer, married Lavinia COLLEY in 1871 and lived in the Aston area.
red mail ADA MARIE LYNN MAY B. 1864
red mail Skeen Bickley
Looking for info. on Thomas Skeen and Sarah Bickley parents of John Skeen b. 1794 in Birmingham. John was married in 1832 in Hartley, Australia. Thomas does not appear in the convict lists, any info. on their migration???
red mail Albert Edward Benson
Hello All --I am seeking information about Albert Edward Benson born 1875? Birmingham who was a singer of some standing in the Birmingham district back in the early 1900s he married Charlotte Ann Willmot there was a daughter Hilda, he is a brother to my Grandfather Frederick William Benson. Janet
William PEACOCK known to be serving as Excise Officer in Birmingham between 1764 and 1789, possibly earlier. Married to SARAH, maiden name unknown. Had two daughters, ELIZABETH bn. 1769 and ANCHORITE, bn 1772. Anchorite married WILLIAM DAVIS, Excise Officer at Aston Juxta 1796 and had son, WILLIAM bn 1797 Birmingham. Anchorite and William later moved to Cheshire, Lancashire retiring to Ruthin, Denbighshire abt 1834. Cannot find out anything about William and Sarah PEACOCK other than mention in Excise Minute books at PRO Kew re William's service. Any advice welcomed. Also any contacts who may be researching these ancestors. Thank you.
Any person who remembers Margaret Smith(Mif)who married John Keyes in 1959. Best Friend, Brenda Parsons and Katy Walsh. I emigrated to Australia in July 1969. We all resided in Aston during our childhood and young adult years.
red mail Mable Jane Newton
Mabel Jane Newton b. 21 July 1862, daughter of Henry Newton and Jane Wroughton (marriage date unknown)would welcome information. Mabel Jane Newton married John Tom Glentworth 13 May 1883 in Hull. They had ten children. They were my husband's Grandparents.
red mail Holland Ladywood
Looking for family of Edward Soloman Holland.Married Margaret Gilmore 1901.Lived in Stour Street Ladywood worked in a foundry.Died Birmingham 1942 buried in Witton Cemetery
red mail Billingham
I am searching for information on george Billingham born 1810 in Birmingham. He married Catherine Arnold Burford in 1830. They had 6 children george,samuel, Benjamin, Joseph, walter and sarah lucy. George was a jewellerin 1851 they were living in farm street. Can anybody help.
red mail Florence M Lucas
This might be of interest to someone. Florence M Lucas lived 11 Back 65 Arthur Street, Aston, Birmingham in April 1915. She was the witness to my mother's birth on 24 April 1915. Ron
red mail Smart, Perrins, Hudson, Elliott
Anyone have any info on following - Edward SMART b. c1861 (s/o Edward SMART, Gun Sighter) married Clara PERRINS b. c1861 (d/o Thomas PERRINS, Glass Blower), and Harry Edward HUDSON b. c1874 who married Ada ELLIOTT in 1900. Birmingham/Worcs area.
red mail PAGE, Reuben and descendents
I am researching my great-great grandfather Reuben Page, who married Elizabeth Nightingale in Birmingham in 1847. He had two children in a previous marriage Thomas PAGE born abt 1839 in New York, and Joseph Lander PAGE born abt 1842 in Corely or Birmingham. I have traced both Thomas and Joseph through the census to Fulham (Thomas and Charlotte) and Walthamstow Essex (Joseph) - both were carpenters like their father. Reuben's daughter Harriet married her cousin Edwin CARVER they lived in Birmingham. Son Reuben migrated to Australia in 1883, and youngest son Albert Henry was also a carpnter and settled in Walthamsthow. Love to hear from anyone related.
red mail payne
Iam trying to trace any information about arthur payne and his family.He was born I believe in june 1913 and had 3 brothers harry,billyand bobby,they were all at one time ina dr barnados home.arthur married elizabeth naven and lived in south yardleywhere the had children jean, george, brian, pat janet and val any help would be appreciated as i can find no records of marriage or birth.
red mail Hubbard
Looking for details on Harold Edwin Hubbard, particularly ancesters. I'm not aware of any siblings but possibly a cousin Carl? He died 19 July 1956, was married to Grace nee Stevens 26 December 1933, had two children Jane (1939) and Angela (1944). He was born during the May of 1908. Family may have ties to Stamford, Handsworth or Lincolnshire areas. More info would be appreciated. thanks for any help
I am looking for information on Henry Taylor and Harriet Riley who moved to Birmingham from Wolverhampton. Henry was a pawnbroker and died in 1884 at Cheapside, Birmingham. Daughter Caroline married Frederick Shepherd and son Thomas Riley emigrated to New Zealand. Any information would be very much appreciated.
red mail Kempson
Looking for anyone interested in Charles Kempson the Hinge Maker from Birmingham.
red mail Gandley or Ganley
Looking for information on Gandley or Ganley's from Birmingham. Matthew Gandley who was a tailor and married to Mary. There children's names were John, Ann, Michael, Thomas, Patrick, Joseph, Andrew and Mary.
red mail W. Wilson
I'm looking for information and photos on a firm called W. Wilson in Birmingham, they issued cigarette cards in 1915. I'm looking for the cards too!
red mail Clarance Peck
searching for Clarance John Peck (son of Robert, printer)who married Millie Lane (dau. of Joseph, blacksmith) in Balsall Heath church in 1895 and was connected with Taylor and Peck, Hot Water Engineers. Any info. gratefully received.
Henry Fletcher.Birmingham
I am trying to establish the parents of Henry Fletcher, born around 1823, Henry married Mary Ann Manning in 1842, 2 children Alfred 1844 and Sarah 1845. Mary died around 1847, Henry married Emma Lawley in 1849, She died in 1850, Henry then married Caroline Dangerfield in 1852. My problem is there are 2 Henry's born around 1823, parents of both are listed as John Fletcher and Mary. Any help appreciated I have 1841/51/71/91 census for Warks, am happy to do SINGLE lookups. Please remember 1841 is not indexed, I need at least the street to search.
red mail TOYMAKERS
Any information on toymaking in the Birmingham area late 1700's to mid 1800's. Was this a common occupation, was an apprenticeship needed, and did it only involve wood, or did this also include making metal toys?
red mail Thomas BETTS, Birmingham
Thomas Betts was born in Birmingham 2/7/1811, son of John and Sarah(nee GODFREY). Thomas was a toymaker and along with Thomas WOOLASTON who was either a friend or just an accomplice, both were convicted of cart robbery and sent to Australia in the 1830's. Thomas Betts was my g g grandfather who died in Australia in 1896. Thomas had brothers and sisters in Birmingham and I'd love to hear from anyone researching this family.
Ralph Langshaw
Looking for descendents of Ralph Langshaw, b 1860, possibly in Herts? married a women named Alice Mary and had 3 children I know of called Fred, Florence & Ralph Aleron. In 1901 was living in Peterborough but was previously from Aston, Birmingham
red mail Dudley, Birmingham
George Joseph Boden married Amelia BURCHELL 26 June 1863 in Hanover Sq. London. Both of full age. Amelia gave her father as Joseph Burchell, stone mason. No idea where they were from. George said his father was George Boden, surveyor. Believe the younger George was born in Dudley, Birmingham.
red mail LOOKING FOR
red mail George and Sarah Rudman
Looking for information on the family of George Thomas and Sarah Ann (Newton) Rudman. They were married in 1874 at Birmingham. They had five children in Birmingham between the years of 1875 and 1893, Ada Florence, George Brunell, Nelli Agnes, Elsie C. and Hilda Maud.
red mail George Jones
I am looking for more information re the family of GEORGE JONES born in Birmingham c1785. He married ELIZABETH HALL from Redmarley. The family later lived in CHELTENHAM & WARWICK. They had 5 children NATHANIEL b c1819, ELIZABETH b c1829, HARRIET b c1834, EMMA b c1836 & CHARLOTTE b 1838.
red mail finding birthplace of ancestors
i am looking for information about my great-grandfaTHER james Starkey. he is listed in the 1881 british census with his wife Catherine Starkey and son Patrick John Starkey and two borders. the dwelling is 88 King street,Crosscanonby,Cumberland England. James Starkey is listed as being born in Ireland in 1846. he is listed as being a stone mason. Family has an idea that he was born in cork or cork county ireland. i have not been able to confirm this. I know that at the time of the census patrick , the son, was 3 years old and that my grandfather, James Starkey jr was born in Revere Ma on April 1 , 1892. The Family came to the us between 1881 and 1891. james starkey's wife was Catherine Medina. born in ireland in 1853. if any one has any information on the birthplace of these two people or could terll me where to find information i would greatly appreciate it. I cannot find information on Crosscanonby. is it an old name for another town in cumberland england? thanks for any information
red mail Warren/Kinnersley
Looking for family of Jane Warren born Birmingham dau of John & Jane Warren. John was a Tailor. - Jane married William Henry Kinnersley in 1872. Jane ended up in New Zealand.
red mail Miles, Walter
son of Stephen Miles, was my great grandfather, born 21/3/1862 in Cirencester, Glos. Cabinet maker,ex Royal Marines. Married Evelyn who became the first policewoman in Birmingham. Both Walter and Evelyn were police sergeants. Their son, George Radway-Miles, my grandfather, was almost certainly adopted, maybe from the village of Radway? (They also had an adopted daughter known as Wink, presumably Winifred). Can anyone tell me anything about George?
RHODES, RHOADES (Castle Bromwich, Saltley)
I'm looking for information on my gran Olive Rhodes and her family. She was born 1899 in Saltley, Birmingham. Her father was Henry Rhodes, born abt. 1874-5 at Saltley. He married Olive Ann born 1876. Henry's father was Joseph Rhodes born abt. 1835-1836. He was descended from the RHOADES family of Castle Bromwich. The info on my gran is that she once lived at 23 Malthouse Lane, Saltley. She married John ALLSOPP, who was a toolsetter at a bicycle works. My father John Henry Allsopp was born at Malthouse Lane, but his parents later lived in Shawhill Road, Alum Rock.
red mail Bagshaw Marriages
I am searching for maiden names of two of Frank Bagshaw's wives. He was first married to a Jane, born about 1855 in Smethwick, Stafford. Their first child was born in 1874 in Sutton-Coldfield and the last was 1883, after which time I believe Jane died. Next Frank married an Ada C. who also may have been born in Smethfield. They had two daughters, Mable Louise and Catherine, both born in Rhode Island in the USA after 1891. Can anyone supply me with a maiden name or marriage information for these women?
red mail Stuart/Green
My Gt G'Father Samuel Stuart b.1852 married Matilda Green b.1858 on 25 December 1875 St Phillips, Brum. They lived No 2 Court 11 46 Wrentham Street Brum. Known Children were Florence Stuart b.1878. Thomas Stuart b.1880 and my Grandfather Samuel Stuart born 5 Oct 1877 Anyone any additional data or links? Any info much appreciated. Ron
Edward Calloway married Susannah Hanks on 19th December 1810 at St. Martins, Birmingham. Does anyone have any information about Susannah, who I assume died before 1845 because Edward remarried a Mary Downing at the same church.
red mail Charles Binyon 1838
Charles Binyon glassmaker c1838 had at least one sister Emma born c1850. They moved to Sunderland before 1870, I am looking for any information on the family in Birmingham.
red mail WARD, JAMES, Birmingham
Sarah WARD married Edwin JAMES on 24 June 1842, in Birmingham, they were born about 1804/5. He was a cabinet maker. His parents were William and Elizabeth James.
red mail Callaway family
My g.g.grandmother was Ann Callaway who married William Weeks in l852 in Birmingham. I cannot find any records of any Callaways prior to this. Does anybody have any reference to this family. Ann was born approx. 1830 in Birmingham. Any help gratefully received !!!!
Trying to trace some information concerning Mary Ann Morgan. She was born 2nd June 1835 in Birmingham and married a Mr. david Augustus Healy. on the 1st December 1860. I know here Father was George Morgan and her Mother Hannah Wright, but this is all I can find. If anyone has anymore information, please get intouch. Kind Regards Clive
Joan Gertrude Tipton - Birmingham
Trying to find any information regarding a lady named Joan Gertrude Tipton who married a George davies on 24 march 1956 and produced a Child by the name of Lorraine Susan Davies. They lived in Birmingham. If anyone has any info, please get intouch. Kind Regards Clive
Trying to find any information on a lady by the name of Lorraine Susan Davies, born in Birmingham on the 22nd March 1957. fathers name was George, Mothers name was Joan.

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