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red mail Bradnock family, Sutton Coldfield
I am endeavouring to trace the Bradnock family from Sutton Coldfield. My great grandmother was Eliza Bradnock born about 1846. Her mothers name says Ann ? on her death certificate. Not sure if she was Ann Bradnock (unmarried mother) or if not, what her maiden name was. It states that father's name was John Bradnock, a bootmaker. She married William Mason at St Peter's Dale End in 1867 and they emigrated to Australia in 1884. I am endeavouring to trace the family back to that time and would appreciate any info. on Ann or John and their parent's names. Thanks Diane
red mail Hart
Interested in hearing from anyone else researching Hart's from Sutton Coldfield.
red mail wedding of J Greenwood and L Golby
I know the wedding taken place during the period of April - June 1862 in the parish f Aston, Warwickshire,Vol 6B page 339. Joseph parents was Joseph Greenwood and Mary Greenwood (nee Aston), what im looking for is the date of the wedding. I have written to the church in Aston where the wedding to place and have gotten no answer from the church.
red mail Beck family of Sutton Coldfield
Anyone researching the Beck family of Sutton Coldfield, Four Oaks and Aston areas?
red mail William Beck and Mary Hall
Is anyone a descendent of, or researching William Beck? He was baptised 7 March 1779 and married Mary Hall on 2 June 1799 at St Martin's, Birmingham. According to the parish register, curiously, another William Beck was married to a Mary Jones on the same day in the same church.
red mail Cartwright
I am looking for any descendants of a George and Catherine Cartwright originally from Walsall. The couple married in 1907 and had 5 children Edith Roma, George Henry, Joseph William, Frank and Dorothy Blakemore whom i believe married someone called Marsh.
red mail Wilkins of Sutton Coldfield
Looking for the Wilkins of Sutton Coldfield. I have John (1802-1872) who married a Sophia Sheffield. His parents were Daniel and Hanna.
red mail Mary Jones
I am seeking information about Mary Jones who married William Beck on 2 June 1779 in St Martins parish, Birmingham. In the 1861 Census she was widowed and (aged 82) living at Four Oaks Hall Cottage in Sutton Coldfield. Is anyone out there related to Mary and researching her family tre
red mail Four Oaks Hall/Beck
Does anyone have any infomration about Four Oaks Hall or my 3x great grandmother, Mary Beck, and her family living in Four Oaks Hall Cottage? In the 1861 Census Mary is shown widowed, aged 82 as an agricultural labourer. I am assuming Four Oaks Hall Cottage was situated on the estate of the Hall and paid rent to the owner. Any information at all gratefully received.
red mail John Sutherland Valentine
Trying to trace what happened to John Sutherland Valentine a chapman, dealer, brickmaker and earthenware maker after his departure from Sutton Coldfield Warwickshire in 1835. Any information with regard to any possible family would be of assistance.
red mail John Ellison
Seeking origin and ancestors,thought to be from Yorkshire, of John Ellison b 1801 and married to Mary. Shown on 1841 Census as born out of county. His father, John b 1771 also out of county, was also present. John Jnr.'s children, William 15, Ann 5,John 5, Edward 4 were present also. John Snr. was my 5*gt.g'father. The family lived near to Moor Hall, Mere Green and were still in the area until recently.
red mail John Wilcox or Willcocks Born 1800 - 1801
John was born in Sutton Coldfield area abt 1800. He may have been the illegitimate son of Elizabeth Ingley & Richard Wilcox. Elizabeth had an illegitimate daughter Elizabeth Ingley 15th April 1803. Richard & Elizabeth married in 1803 in Sutton Coldfield and went on to have about 5 other children, Joseph 1806,Daniel 1808,Emmanuel 1810, Jane 1811,Talitha 1812. All the childrens birth state born in Sutton Coldfield John Willcocks m Ann Brooks 3rd March 1828 at Aston Juxta. Ann Brooks came from Curdworth area and was born 3rd March 1811. John was an agricultral labourer, the Wilcox family were not in this area before his birth. I can trace the family again in the 1841 census to Bromford, Birmingham and thereafter and have documentation for them. Any one out there researching this branch of the family ? We have been looking for this link for about 10yrs and have tried Bishops Transcripts etc
red mail samuel malkins
have found a wrap around silver and gold ring made by samuel malkins in the birmingham jewellery quarter ,dated 1800. Interested to know about him or his descendants.
red mail victoria hayes
victoria hayes born third june sutton coldfield -birmingham area.
red mail Woodhatch Family
I am endeavouring to find any decendants of my Great Great Grandparents - Edward and Ann Woodhatch. My Great Grandfather, Frederick came to Australia on the 3rd July 1849. I believe he had brothers, James and Henry, and sisters Emma, Louisa, Sophia, Sarah, Maria and Mary. Any information would be appreciated. I believe they resided in Sutton Coldfield around 1820.
red mail HARRISON
I am looking for family of William HARRISON b.(c)1780 in Newton (in the) Thistles but living in Sutton Coldfield in both the 1841 and 1851 census's. He had a wife Mary (surname unknown)and son William b.1830 living with him on both census's. I can find no trace of any of these people after the 1851 census. Does anyone have any ideas?
red mail Trying to find
im looking for my relatives. they last lived in sutton coldfield - west midlands. the husbands name is john william riordon and the wife vallerie and the daughter whos 22yrs of age now is michelle. john worked as a foreman at hozelock in aston birmingham and then att he rover in longbridge. please get in touch if you have any details of there whereabouts.
red mail Lovett and Lees families
I would like to make contact with anyone researching the Lovett family of Sutton Coldfield in the 18th and 19th centuries with a view to exchanging genealogical information. And I would be grateful if someone interested in the Lees family could identify for me the Ann Lees who married William Lovett in 1775.
red mail Mary Agnes Sanders
Mary Agnes Sanders formerly Barker and formerly Webster married Howard Cyril Sanders in 1947. Relatives tring to trace and living children.
Diana is trying to find Sheila, who WAS married to John Speed in the late 60s/early 70s. Sheila came from Sutton Coldfield, but moved to London and was a friend of my brother Nick. Sheila remarried in the 70s/80s and I think she lived in North London at the time. Do not know her most recent "married" name. Would love to find out where she is as we were very good friends when I was married to my then husband, Muhsin. I know Sheila has family in S Wales.
red mail Grundy/Felton
Looking for David Grundy, son of Bill (George) Grundy and Kathleen Felton md 1940.
red mail Thomas YATES family of Sutton Coldfield
I am researching the family of my great great grandmother, Elizabeth (YATES) Davis. Elizabeth was born in Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire, 18 Apr 1822. Her parents were Thomas and Hannah (PARKER) Yates who were married 19 Oct 1809 in Sutton Coldfield. Thomas and Hannah had the following children: Ann, born 16 Jul 1810 John, born 21 Oct 1813 Hannah, born 10 Oct 1816 Ann, born 15 Jun 1819 Eliza, born 4 Jan 1821 Elizabeth, born 18 Apr 1822 Mary, born 4 Apr 1824 Catherine, born 12 Feb 1826 Emma, born 16 Jun 1827 Harriet, born 1829 John YATES married Martha LUKER, 24 Mar 1842 in Aston. Hannah YATES married John WILLITTS, 6 Nov 1837 and had the following children: Rueben, born about 1840 Betsy, born about 1842 Thomas, born about 1844 Emma YATES first married Thomas SMITH, 21 Jun 1841 in Aston. Emma then married John GOLDINGAY, 4 Feb 1871 in Aston. Elizabeth’s grandparents were Thomas and Catherine (WELCH) YATES and they had the following children: William, born May 1779 John, born Aug 1781 Ann, born May 1784 Thomas, born Mar 1786……Elizabeth’s grandfather
red mail Overseas family links
Researching all Croshaws and Crowshaws to collect and connect families in aeveral countries
red mail Bradnock family
Am looking for information on the Bradnock family of Sutton Coldfield. My g.grandmother was Eliza Bradnock.
red mail Shwalbe family photos
I have copies of photographs of my Gt.Grand parents, but sadly no pix of their son Abraham who later changed his name to Alfred and married a Marion Harper in Birmingham. They also lived in Aston and in Leicester. His wife lived much longer and latterly lived in Reigate, Surrey and died in Rustington also in Surrey. Can anyone help find a contact - a Cousin Pamela Lambert perhaps?
Brockas, William Charles
My William Charles Brockas was born 23rd September, 1814 in Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire. He married Elizabeth Betts in the December quarter of 1850. They had Betsy Eliza Brockas in 1853. Charles had brothers & sisters; Eliza Caroline in 1809. Died 1872 in Aston. Harriot, 1811-1867. Ann Maria, 1812 - Then William Charles in 1814. Louisa Yates, 1818. John, 1819. Charles Henry, 1821., who married Ann Dutton January 1846 in Sutton Coldfield. They Had; Ann Dutton Brockas, 1847. William Dutton Brockas, 1849. Fanny Moreton Brockas, 1851. Henry Brockas, about 1854, and finally, Thomas Brockas, 1856 who married Caroline Flora Lower December 1880 in St. Michael's Coventry. They were my great grand parents. There's a lot more I could add, but if you can add to this information, I would be delighted. Wendy.
BETTS Elizabeth
A distant relative is Elizabeth Betts, born in Sutton Coldfield approximately 1825, and died in 1872 in Aston, Warwickshire. She married William Charles Brockas in Sutton Coldfield in the December quarter of 1850, and they had one daughter that I know of: Betsy Eliza Brockas in 1853, She was born in Aston. Any connections you might have with these people? I would love to hear from you.
BROCKAS families
The Brockas family figures largely in my back ground. First Charles Brockas, born 1774, died 1846, married Mary YATES. They had: Eliza Caroline, Harriot, Ann Maria, William Charles, Louisa Yates, John, and Charles Henry. Charles Henry, born 1821, married Ann Dutton in January 1846. They had: Ann Dutton Brockas in 1847, William Dutton Brockas in 1849, Fanny Moreton Brockas in 1851, Thomas Brockas in 1856. Thomas Brockas married Caroline Flora Ascough Lower in 1880, but that was in Coventry. Where are all the Brockas descendants from the Sutton Coldfield area? I'd love to know!
My father, Vincent Thomas Loveday married Eileen Isabel Davis in Holy Trinity Church, Lichfield Road in May 1945. They lived at 6 South Parade. In December 1946 they had a little girl called Ann Margaret Loveday who was born at 30 Anchorage Road. Shortly after having the baby I think they moved to Sparkhill. I would like to hear from anyone who may have any information on either the Loveday or Davis family. Eileen Isabel Davis had an older sister called Catherine. My father's parents were calledArthur & Annie Loveday & lived at 93, Nursery Road, Edgbaston.He also had a younger sister called Mary. The little girl, Ann Margaret is my half sister & I would very much like to be able to find her.
red mail GOFFE & SONS
red mail MOULD
Searching for MOULD family descendants of Thomas Mould and Elizabeth Twist, married 26/09/1762 @ Aston Juxta. They went to live in Castle Bromwich and had 8 children:- Thomas Bapt 26/09/1762 John Bapt 16/09/1764 William Bapt 16/11/1766 Elizabeth Bapt 18/06/1769 Elizabeth Bapt 11/08/1771 Susannah Bapt 04/06/1773 Joseph Bapt 17/08/1777 Hannah Bapt 27/6/1784 Unable to find any trace of descendants of the above children. Any information would be greatly appreciated
red mail Starkey
There are two main branches of the Starkey family here, plus a few strays, circa 1770 - 1850. I am interested in them all. I would be pleased to exchange information with anyone who has clear Starkey links in the time frame given, but I cannot undertake research as I don't live in the area.
red mail Gwynn
Seeking any information on the Gwynn history from this area

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