That's weird :confused5:-
West Midlands BMD has the following:
1) Phillis Wilkinson married William Blakesley 1848 - St. Andrew, Dudley and
2) Thomas Williams married Rhoda Rolinson 1848 - St....
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12-11-2014 1:35 PM
wolverhamptonhistory.org shows the following under Wolverhampton & District Churches - Marriages 1834-1903:-
Elizabeth Osborn, Single, aged 18 living at Berry St. Father - Henry a Hinge Maker -...
The only thing I've managed to find is from Family Search:-
Thomas Evans married Mary Hawkes 6th May 1832 - Wolverley, Worcs.
Wolverley is situated between Kinver and Kidderminster.
As you've said that William and Elizabeth married 1st March 1848 in your original post do you already have the marriage certificate?
Familysearch shows William Middleton married Elizabeth Foster...
Thanks for finding the marriage for Edith Ellen Felton for me.
If only 1911 had said that she was born in Dudley but as you say it looks as if she could be the d/o Frederick & Harriet...
How can a simple query for a marriage look-up end up so complicated?
Post #8 shows that Edith E. Felton born 1884 in Wolverhampton was the d/o Frederick & Hannah as shown on 1901 Census,...
Thanks for all the above information steeleruk.
FreeReg has a baptism for John Felton 7/11/1858 at St. John (Kates Hill) Dudley - born 15/4/1852.
Father - Peter Felton a Labourer. Mother - Lucy....
Have just found this census for John Felton & Eliza:
1881 RG 11/3310/46/42 - Back Lane, Clown.
John Felton - 26 (Born 1855) - Head - Coal Miner - Ketesall, Worcs. (probably...
Unfortunately I don't subscribe to Ancestry so can't access the trees on there.
My John Felton was born 1838 s/o James & Maria.
I've done a quick search since you replied and found on Freebmd /...
I haven't looked at the Felton's for a very long time.
I'll have to check the death I found for John Felton in 1900 again as you say he died in Clowne in 1905.
Plus Family Search has a baptism for:
Walter Thomass Lloyd 12th February 1907 - Christchurch, Coseley.
Parents: Walter James Lloyd & Sarah.
According to West Midlands BMD Walter Lloyd married Sarah Barnfield at Christchurch, Coseley 1906.
There's a Family Tree of Joshua Cooksey & Mary Fox on the Black Country Connections site.
Scroll down page and go to 'C' on alphabet, click 'Cooksey' and you'll find Joshua.
Both he and Mary are...
Could these be yours?
James Nash aged 43 buried 21/7/1890 - this would fit in where James was deceased when Winifred married in 1897.
Mary Ann Nash aged 60 buried 12/12/1912
John Nash aged 74...
28-10-2013 2:33 PM
You can see some headstones for Christchurch, Coseley at:
Unfortunately there isn't one for Thomas Gittins - the only one I can see is for Mary, wife of...
28-10-2013 2:16 PM
I don't think the death Peter's found is the one you're after.
Thomas Gittins buried 12/3/1848 at Christchurch, Coseley, Sedgley.
Thomas aged 3 months - living at...
28-09-2013 9:47 PM
Free Reg has the following marriages:
Thomas Ward (Bachelor) 24 a Puddler from Tipton married Sarah Cartwright (Spinster) 23 from Dudley - 24/1/1842 at St. Bartholomews, Wednesbury.
28-09-2013 1:18 PM
Family Search shows the 2 marriages you mention above for Sarah Ward at Tipton:
1) John Moore 1847 - Sarah's father shown as Thomas Booth
2) William Martin 1847 - Sarah's father shown as John Ward...
Good luck Shay - hope they'll be able to help you.
13-04-2013 11:34 AM
Very interesting David - it's amazing what we find out isn't it?
I was researching my cousin's family for her (another branch) and found that one of her ancestors was sentenced for 7 years for...
Managed to get back to Archives yesterday as otherwise it'll be another 3 weeks before I can go again.
Checked St. John's, Halesowen Baptism Registers 1779-1784 but couldn't see our Phoebe -...
Hi Christine and welcome to BG
What a very interesting lady! You'll find lots of help here so good luck with your research.
That doesn't answer sueanne's question about being administrator.
I just thought it would be courteous to all members to be informed of the new administrators and who they are.
Not many people read the Introduce Yourself section so how will they know to pm you both?
Ah, bless you Rebecca
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