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i have 1851 staffordshire. please dont e-mail tha

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Linda Report 31 Jul 2005 21:21

Jackie.Thanks for that Jackie,thats definitely the right family.Much appreciated Lindy


Marion Report 1 Aug 2005 06:08

Hi Jackie Thanks for looking in Haunton but no Charles and Caroline arnt the right ones Please if you have the time could you look in Clifton Campville as a lot of the family were born lived there CHARLES THORPE b Haunton and c Harlaston 1829 Wife ELIZABETH b Austrey Warwickshire. --Iam not sure whether Eliz will be with Charles as their marr was the 2nd quarter of 1851. Charles wasnt with his parents in 1851 WILLIAM THORPE C 1783 Clifton Wife ELIZABETH ( Both were still alive in 1851) Thank you very much Marion in oz


JALimestonePlains Report 2 Aug 2005 11:50

Jacqui Re Charles Allen, thank you. He had a 13 year old son in 1881 which means he could have been born c 1868. Caharles senior was 37 in 1881 so would have been 17 in 1861. Does it say what he was apprenticed in? it says on Frederick's birth certificate that he was a chemist and druggest (master) which indicates he was an apprentice at some time. The famil has no idea of wher he might have trained. Thanks for your help JA


JALimestonePlains Report 2 Aug 2005 11:53

jacqui As for George Kendrick, I do not have anything yet so sorry about your wild goose chase. Only that hte family were Uttoxeter born and bred. Regards and thanks again JA


Jan Report 2 Aug 2005 12:20

Hi Jacqui I have this family in 1861 could you have a look to see if there are any other siblings to Ann Byard (nee Dowell) in 1851 if it helps she was baptised at ,all saints in alrewas. Hope this is enough thanks for your kind offer Jan x 1861 England Census John Dowell 1808 Grindon, Warwickshire, England Head Fradley Staffordshire Ann Dowell 1814 Hickline, Nottinghamshire, England Wife Fradley Staffordshire Ann Byard 1842 Alrewas, Staffordshire, England Daughter Fradley Staffordshire Henry Byard 1840 Alrewas, Staffordshire, England Son-in-law Fradley Staffordshire Elizabeth Byard 1860 Alrewas, Staffordshire, England Daughter Fradley Staffordshire William Dowell 1806 Grindon, Warwickshire, England Brother Fradley Staffordshire


Janet Report 5 Aug 2005 09:16

Hi Jackie Dont know if I am too late but could you possibly look for the following for me. Charles Ward (age 21 ish) a Sawyer (b) Stourport Hannah Ward (age 18 ish) (b) Shropshire They married in March 1850 Tipton, they resided at Great Bridge. Might perhaps be with relies - His dad was also a Charles Ward (a Sawyer). Thanks Jan


Juelz Report 5 Aug 2005 15:03

Hi Jackie Can you find Richard Ashley for me in Madeley. I guess he would have been born before 1800. I knoe there are Ashleys in the village but I can not find anything on him or his daughter who married in 1837. Many thanks Julie


Jacqueline Report 5 Aug 2005 18:57

hi julie there are ashley's in madeley but no richard sorry. jackie.


Juelz Report 5 Aug 2005 19:13

hi Jackie, Maybe he was born a lot sooner than I thought and just not around for the 51 cen. Give me a couple of days and I am sure I will be requiring your assistance again. Many thanks Julie


Jacqueline Report 5 Aug 2005 19:24

julie no problem jackie. janet where were they on the 1861 i cant seem to find them, i cant find them on the 1851 i have searched all great bridge. jackie.


Jodee Report 5 Aug 2005 20:01

Hi Jacqueline Please could you try and help.Iam looking for Serena Hall born c1810.Her husband was William Hall and she hadat least two children William born 1837 and Henry born 1842.Thank-you JODEE


Jacqueline Report 5 Aug 2005 23:50

hi jodee where in staffordshire am i looking please. jackie.


Jodee Report 6 Aug 2005 00:39

hi jacqueline I'm not sure of area but henry and william were christened in old swinford and serena was married in kingswinford. hope this helps. thanks jodee.


Annette Report 6 Aug 2005 00:51

Jacqueline, Thanks for the offer... please could you look for a STOKES family, probably West Bromwich area: Father George Stokes born abt 1813 Mother Harriet Stokes Son: Thomas Stokes born abt 1840, West Bromwich Probably other children but don't know any other names, hope this is enough info, Regards, Annette


Janet Report 6 Aug 2005 07:31

Hi Jackie Thanks for coming back to me - The Ward family were in Nelson Street West, Birmingham in 1861. They gave their address when married as Great Bridge and it seems that their first child Sarah Ann born approx 1852/53 was born in West Bromwich. Is that any use. Thanks again Jan


Jacqueline Report 6 Aug 2005 22:54

annette i cant find george i can find a harriet 34 widow in west brom, this one was born dudley. jackie.


Jacqueline Report 6 Aug 2005 23:04

janet sorry cant find them at all. jackie.


Jacqueline Report 6 Aug 2005 23:06

jodee cant find them if they were still in kingswinford my discs dont cover that area. jackie.


Annette Report 7 Aug 2005 01:04

Jacqueline, If you still have the details of Harriet Stokes (widow) age 35, West Bromwich please let me know. George & Harriet married in 1835 so it's probably the right one. Thanks. Annette


Janet Report 7 Aug 2005 07:21

Hi Jackie Thanks for looking for my WARD family Jan