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I think Artillery Road. Leading off Golden Hillock Road to BSA works
red mail Gould Family
Help needed finding the births of the following.. Harry Bernard Gould b 1883 Aston/Small Heath Percy Kendall Gould b 1884 '' '' Elsie Winifred May Gould b 1895 '' '' Parents were Francis Edward Gould and Elizabeth Kendall. The index for Elsie 6d 433 is not the correct one. Many Thanks
red mail JP Mcarthey jewellers small heath Bham
Hi I am trying to locate a employee of JP Mcarthy Jewellers in small heath Birmingham employed there in 1967.His name is Barry Cunliffe .................... We have some information for this gentleman if he or any person knowing him could make contact.
red mail Smith Family
Trying to find information relating to the Smith family. Sidney Harold Smith was born in Small Heath abt. 1898. He had a brother called Geoffrey G Smith born abt. 1900 Small Heath and another called Ernest V Smith b. abt. 1908 Leamington. Sidney is known to have worked on the railways.
red mail William gillett ww1 Death
Trying to find where my Great Uncle William Henry F. Gillett, Gunner 73171 129 Bty, 42 Bde Royal Field Artillery, Died on 15/03/1917, buried at Arras. He was the son of John and Amy Amelia Gillett of 36 Tilton Road, Small Heath Birmingham. Family visit the Grave. Have found his medal's and Death Penny, still in the family. We just dont know where, what injuries he died of. please contact Linda
red mail Holloway
Searching for Joseph Holloway born and lived in Small Heath. Born 1903. Father Joseph Holloway born 1880, Mother Annie Taylor born 1880. Joseph worked on the railways. Trying to find a link to Holloway bible with names Thomas William Holloway born 1869, Ann Maria Holloway born 1862, Father Thomas Holloway born 1837, mother Mary Ann Born 1835. Also named John Holloway father of Ann Holloway but no dates. Do these names and dates mean anything to anyone?
red mail Searching for any info on Bert Hemming
Bert Hemming was known to be living in Small Heath in 1915. His father was George Harry Hemming of Birmingham, a brass finisher journeyman, who died in 1910. Bert's siblings: Lillian, George and Horace. Australian family connections would like to hear from anyone related
red mail Frankcom family, Small Heath 1938 to 1961
Looking for contacts who might have known my family during the above dates when family lived at 142 Malmesbury Road. George Frankcom married Winifred (nee Marklew)in 1938 at St. Andrews Church, Garrison Lane. Lived in Malmesbury Road until family migrated to Australia in 1961. Two sons, Peter (1943) and Gregory (1948) attended St. Benedicts Junior School and later, Saltley Grammar School, Belcher's Lane, Saltley. Mother still a sprightley 90 years of age and we would love to find out if any of the neighbours or other residents of Malmesbury Road are still about. All information gratefully received and will be acknowledged.
red mail Hinks
Looking for any information for Thomas Hinks, his son George Hinks, and the chemical works they owned in the Birmingham area (Small Heath, Upper Saltley)in mid-to-late 1800's. m. Sarah Cooke. Villiers also a family name.
red mail Harper family
looking for information of George Henry Harper D1918 flu epidemic 22 yrs,?father professional footballer mother Florence Saunders
red mail BYRNE/BURN Holte Road Aston 1890s
Jane Ward married James Burns on 26 December 1892 at St Mary's Church Aston Brook. They lived at 28 Phillips St in the home of Jane's brother, John Ward, at first. In 1895 they had a daughter, her birth cert. records her name as Eva Mary BYRNE. Herbrother James Henry was born in 1899 and he also is recorded as BYRNE. They lived at 38 Holte Rd Aston Manor. Does anyone know of this family and what happened to them? I have lots of family info. to share.

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