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red mail Kings Heath Post Office
My mother (Joan Cross) worked at Kings Heath Post Office in about 1944-45. She lived in Station Road, Kings Heath. I would be interested to know if anyone has any information or photos of the post office about this time.
red mail MURPHY, Alice Mary
Alice Mary MURPHY was born in King's Heath 04 Jun, 1847 to John Lowther MURPHY (a Birmingham dentist) and Margaret OSBORNE. She appears in the 1851 census living with her father, sister Rebecca and stepmother Frances (ms BIRD) in the Christ Church district of Birmingham and then in 1861 with her father and sister at Constantine Cottage, Wellington Road, Edgbaston. I can't find her after that and any help would be very welcome. Thank you, Shona.
red mail Blake George. Marriage 1917
To Mary Ward from Walsgrave on sowe. Lived in Kings Heath, Birmingham. Query he owned a butchers shop.
red mail DODDs Family
Looking for information relating to the DODDS family. John Forbes DODDS b. 1864 in Gravesend, Kent. married Lizzie Pennett MASON b. 1864 Holloway, Middlesex. Last known whereabouts is in Kings Heath where daughters Christine Pennett DODDS (1900) & Kathleen Valmai DODDS (1905) were born.
red mail Harry George Everitt, Kings Heath Butcher
I have been told that my grandfather's cousin ran a butchers shop in Kings Heath. From his birth certificate I know he was born in Wills Street, Aston Manor on April 24th, 1877 but i do not know anymore about him, so any help would be appreciated. Did he marry?
red mail Patrick Morrin
Date of Birth 17th March 1943 or 1944
red mail Joseph ROBERTS c1864 - 1935
I am looking for information on Joseph ROBERTS. He was born abt 1864 in King's Heath, Worcestershire, England (or possibly Solihull Warwickshire, England.) He was brought up by the STOPHER family in King’s Heath and ultimately died 1935, King’s Heath after bringing up a large family. I believe Joesph’s mother was named Elizabeth ROBERTS, but do not know his fathers name. (His father MAY be named John, and he MAY have siblings named Samuel, Elizabeth and Minnie). Any information Jospeh’s parents and any brothers and sisters would be greatly appreciated. Many Thanks...
red mail Thomas George St Johnston
Is anyone related or know much of the family history of Thomas George St Johnston, who lived in Kings Heath? He appears in different censuses using different forms of the same surname! He lived variously at "The Poplars" on Valentine Rd in Kings Heath in 1901, previously Brighton Rd, Balsall Heath & Cope St, Ladywood. Believed to have owned a shop on Ladypool Road. Please get in touch!
red mail Perrins, George died 2/07/1889
George Perrins died on 2/07/1889 at Priory Cottage, Vicarage Road, King's Heath, aged 65. He had been a clerk at an ironworks but died a 'gentleman' with an estate of £4,000. If his family had wanted an obituary, which local paper would they have chosen? There are so many Birmingham papers at British Library Colindale that I don't know where to start. Any ideas much appreciated.
red mail RANDLE, Sarah c1794 Kings Heath, Worcestershire
Sarah RANDLE born c1794 in Kings Heath, Worcestershire (Now part of Birmingham), married Thomas BUDD of Hatton in Warwickshire on 17th March 1814 at St Bartholomew, Edgbaston. I would be interested in any information on her family and willing to exchange what I've found.
red mail Bate - Edward, Kings Heath
Edward Bate (my great uncle) born 1884 Kings Heath Worcestershire (now Birmingham) - parents Isaac Bate and Sarah Podmore. I cannot find any information on this person who may have emigrated in the early 1900s. If anybody can help I would be most grateful.
Jane Jukes, b. 1903, was the youngest of thirteen and lived in King's Heath. Any trace of siblings or parents would be very welcome as this is my only lead on my mother's side of the family

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