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walter taylor
My Grandfather Arthur Bryan Roberts was born to a Mary Ann Roberts 1895 no father shown. Mary Ann Married Walter Taylor and they had the following children Kate 1902 Lilian Louie 1904 Walter Norman 1908 and Phylis Ida 1910. I have a number of my gran's photographs and I am trying to match them up to people that I have found. Are there any relatives of the above out there that could help with this task
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
Roberts Family
My Great Great Great Grandfather William Roberts married a Sarah Walker in 1862 they were both nailers and lived in the Boro (where was the boro) in Halesowen. On the marriage certificate the father for William is shown as John Roberts a Carpenter. Sarah had no entry for father. One of the witnesses was a Elizabeth Hackett, was she a relative, Any information on the fathers of the couple and Elizabeth, also any information on Sarah herself.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Heacock/Haycock/Haywood/Dovey
I have all of these families on my tree in the 1600 and 1700's. Phoebe Heacock, born in 1772 in Halesowen, was a nailer. She was the daughter of John Haycock and Sarah Dovey and she married Benjamin Cox in Rowley Regis in 1797. Would be pleased to correspond and share information regarding these families.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Elizabeth M Jones
Looking for any information on Elizabeth M Jones born 1872 in Halesowen, cannot find any information on her
Posted: 2017
red mail Bell, Heskey
I am searching for information on John Bell, cordwainer/shoemaker, born Halesowen around 1825, married Maria(?), daughter Hannah born 1855. Hannah married William Heskey.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Rudge Family
Researching the Rudge family in the Halesowen/Oldswinford area. If anyone is connected please get in touch.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Halesowen, Newcastle upon Tyne, Barrow in Furness, lincolnshire
many of my ancestors came from Halesowen, family names include Bayliss (Baylis), Williams Roberts, Hancock and Salt. William Williams married Sarah Bayliss in 1864. They later moved to Barrow in Furness. Their daughter, Sarah married Daniel Robertson in 1890.He came from Greenock in Renfrewshire, scotland. They eventually settled in Newcastle Upon Tyne, and had thirteen children. One of their daughters, Elizabeth married my Grandad James Johnson. They settled in his home county of Lincolnshire. I would love to hear from anyone who may be connected.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2016
red mail The Shenstone family
Looking for forbears of Roger and Joan Shenston whose son John was born 19 Dec 1659. John married Alice ? whose son John was baptised at Cradley in 1699.Thomas son of John and Anne of Warley/Salop was baptised 1741 (Shenstone now has an "e") All these are taken from entries in the parish records of Halesowen. Can you add any more information please or are you researching the same family?
red mail pearson families
I would like any information on Pearson families of Halesowen who moved to the following places Rowley Regis Tipton Nantwich
red mail Elizabeth Taylor
Trying to find out about Elizabeth Taylor nee Davis born 1829 Rhuddlen Flintshire Wales on the 1861 she is married {1856 at St. thomas Dudley} to Joseph {Josiah }Taylor in Halesowen in the 1881 she is in Prison in Woking Surrey ending her live in the Asylum in Woking Surrey after 1891 . She must of been convicted between 1861 and 1871 because Joseph (Josiah } has another wife? on the 1871 census in Halesowen Havent found her on the 1871 census . What was she sent to prison for ?

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