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  1. Thomas Noble of Stretton-on-Dunsmore

    Hello there, I am wanting to find more about my ancestors from this area. My 7xGG Thomas Noble was buried in May 1772 in Stretton-on-Dunsmore. His daughter Sarah was born there in 1746 to Thomas and his wife Ann. I have been unable to locate anything further back. I am hoping to find a...

    Started by aeracura‎, 26-07-2015 2:50 AM
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  2. Question Wyton

    Looking for information on George Pratley Wyton, married Mary Morgan 1899 and married again around 1910. Also information on his son Stanley who had a dance band, daughters Eunice married Bon Tonks and Marjorie Thanks

    Started by terio‎, 14-09-2006 11:58 PM
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  3. Nuneaton Newspaper Obituaries

    Hi Folks If someone has access to the Archives of Nuneaton newspapers (sorry I don't know names of the newspapers in the area around the 1960's) would you mind looking three gentlemen up to see if they featured obituaries. The first is a Richard Arthur Carter who died on the 25th January 1961...

    Started by The Tank‎, 20-04-2015 9:09 PM
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    21-04-2015, 12:14 PM Go to last post
  4. Taylor Family Clay Pipe Makers

    I am looking for info and connections (if there are any) between various Taylors. I am assuming that as they were all in the same trade there is probably a family connection. I have: Pigot & Co. Commercial Directory of 1828-9 shows a Pipe Maker named Thomas Taylor at 18 Doe Street, Birmingham. He...

    Started by bristolloggerheads‎, 29-09-2006 10:31 PM
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    20-04-2015, 8:45 PM Go to last post
  5. Joseph Harford and family

    Birmingham area c 1861-1891 Joseph, wife Emma (born Pontypool), sons Thomas and Joseph. 1871 Joseph Sr. worked as a toolmaker in an umbrella manufacturing company where son Thomas, age 16, also worked making umbrellas. Joseph Jr., age 12, was in school. Emma was a housewife. Both Joseph Sr and...

    Started by wharf42‎, 26-02-2015 8:49 PM
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  6. Looking for information Albert Thomas Cooper

    I am trying to find some information on Albert Thomas Cooper who was born in 1844 in London (conflicting information on various certificates also suggests Middlesex). His parents were George Cooper who was a stonemason and Elizabeth Stay. I have no dates for their marriage or deaths or any other...

    Started by flexipet‎, 08-09-2014 9:37 AM
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  7. Question Looking for Joseph PARKS, bn abt 1838, St Newlyn East, Cornwall,

    Joseph Parks. bap 18 March 1838, St Newlyn East, Cornwall. Son of James & Margaret Parks. 1861 Census shows him as working on his father's farm at St Anthony, Cornwall. His father's Will, dated 1872, mentions - My son, Joseph Parks, now living in BIRMINGHAM.

    Started by John0383‎, 03-08-2008 1:45 PM
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    26-08-2014, 4:25 PM Go to last post
  8. Clarke history

    Hi I Am chasing any information to establish a family tree on my Father Roy Clarke born in Nuneaton 30th May 1921. He was married to Anna Katherina Nunneman on 8th April 1948. His Dad Joseph Clarke who only had one leg after the war moved to West Howe Bournemouth after his wife died and remarried....

    Started by Ronniebush‎, 29-06-2014 8:23 AM
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    29-06-2014, 11:46 AM Go to last post
  9. Margaret Bruyn born 1837

    Hi can someone look at the Baptism record for Margaret Bruyn, Aston Juxta, Birmingham, England and see if her mum is listed as Sarah Nickolls (Nicholls) or Sarah Bruyn as I can't seem to find a marriage or banns for Daniel Joseph Bruyn and Sarah Helen Nickolls (Nicholls) yet the children are named...

    Started by Wayne Cook‎, 11-06-2014 8:51 AM
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    12-06-2014, 6:42 AM Go to last post
  10. Red face Isaacs Family - where are you?

    I have been tracing, along with others around the world, our Jewish ancestors who were from Posen in Poland/Germany in 1858, came into the UK via the East End of London, where a few members worked as master tailors and the remainder travelled up to Birmingham and across to Wolverhampton. We know...

    Started by mjcarpenter‎, 03-07-2005 9:20 PM
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    29-05-2014, 5:06 PM Go to last post
  11. Woolaston family query

    I am trying to uncover a little bit more information on an ancestor. Thomas Woolaston (Woollaston/Wollaston) was born in Birmingham in 1808. At the age of 24 (1832) he was transported to Australia on the ship "Planter" as a convict. Date of trial was 8th March 1832 in Warwick. I have no...

    Started by flexipet‎, 13-04-2014 5:43 AM
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  12. Preest & Stanford

    Does anyone know anything about Ann Preest marrying a William Standford c 1797 in Warwickshire William was from Suffolk. Thank you Mary

    Started by Mazmoo‎, 15-04-2014 5:43 PM
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  13. Thos Timms 1855-1934 LeamingtonBath Chair Man

    Hello Warwickshire forum members. I recently found a link to an article about one of my ancestors, based on a pamplet he wrote about his life. The article is called Thomas Timms 1855-1934 Leamington's Last Bath Chair Man. The pamphlet is entitled Heaven's Willing Messengers, the Life-Story...

    Started by 1224855‎, 09-03-2014 4:19 AM
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  14. Perkins Family of Hillmorton

    I am trying to find some proof behind a much copied family genealogy with links to Hillmorton. Here is what i can find on the internet and some Perkins family books: William Perkins b. c. 1430 son of Thomas Perkins of Ufton, Berkshire, married Joana Read b. in 1434 in Coventry. William and...

    Started by Bowkerfan‎, 19-11-2012 10:58 PM
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  15. Request for a Southam look-up

    I'm trying to confirm the spouse for Frederick Edwin Wicks who, I know from the 1911 census, married an 'Annie' (Oct-Dec) 1908 Reg. Southam. Frederick Edwin is the only entry on his page 6d 1356 There's an Annie Elizabeth Noon on 6d 1355 and an Annie Hancock on 6d 1354 I'm guessing from...

    Started by SharonKef‎, 16-01-2014 5:11 PM
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  16. Myton School Warwick

    Could anyone give me information as to which school in Warwick where my great grandmother worked as a domestic/laundress in 1895 . Would there be any records ?

    Started by Maggy50‎, 04-01-2014 4:13 PM
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  17. Red face parents of emily brown

    i am looking for my second great grandmothers parents my second great grand mother is emily brown of coventry, warwickshire, england b. 1870 i think emilys children are thomas sheridan brown, john sheridan (sherwood) brown,ethel brown,annie brown. emily's children came to canada on the...

    Started by katrinawhelan‎, 20-08-2013 11:59 PM
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  18. Question David Jakeman & Julia Connelly, married Birmingham 1872

    Looking for any information on: David William Jakeman, born 07 Feb 1830, England. Died, 06 February 1918 at Waikato Hospital, Hamilton, New Zealand. Age 88yrs. Married on 10 Nov 1872 in St. Peters Church, Digibeth, Birmingham, England, to. Julia Connelly, born about 1846. Died on 28...

    Started by Donald NZ‎, 11-01-2005 3:44 AM
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  19. The Lion pub, High Street, Dudley

    I would like to learn information relating to an old pub which used to be in High Street, Dudley which was called The Lion. I have ancestors who used to own & run the Windmill Inn in Dudley but have recently discovered in the 1891 census that following the death of her husband, Mary Harvey, then...

    Started by Brock‎, 19-06-2013 3:26 PM
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  20. The Dog Inn, Alcester Street, Birmingham

    The Dog Inn Public House, Alcester Street, Birmingham I am seeking help regarding an old public house by the name of The Dog Inn which used to be situated in Alcester Street in Birmingham . I believe that the building used as the pub was an old Victorian property but have no idea of the extent...

    Started by alarms‎, 10-06-2013 10:18 AM
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    16-06-2013, 7:37 PM Go to last post

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