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red mail William Reginald lockyer
Wish to find info on William born 1880,his wife Florence,their children Gwendoline Mary born 1909,John Reginald born 1911 and Dorothy born 1914. They lived in yardley, William was a grocers assistant most of his life. I know no other details.
red mail Harriet Kate lockyer
Does anyone know any info about Harriet Kate,she was a resident in Wilson green. She was a shop assistant with patient occupation between 1939 and 1952 when she died.
Uncle Mick
Making attempt to trace descendants of my uncle Michael John O'Sullivan born Tralee 19/2/1896. He was son of Jeremiah O'Sullivan and Catherine Farrell. There was a rumour that he had died in air raid in 1940s - but none of the family had evidence. I heard that as a young man he wanted to be a soldier. A cousin heard that he had changed his name. Grateful for any information to complete family tree.
Albert Garland, b. 1915 d. 1969
Can anyone help to provide any details of Albert's service in WW2? I have a group photograph showing him on his wedding day, which I attended in 1943 (as a VERY young girl!!) when he married a relative of my mother. Somewhere in Birmingham. He was wearing an army uniform, but I can't identify the regiment. Family belief is that he was awarded a medal (VC?) for rescuing a fellow soldier under fire. I would be grateful for any information.
Catherine Roberts
Does anyone have any info on Catherine ( Kitty) Roberts who was born in S. Wales abt 1896, and died in Birmingham ( Sparkhill) abt 1969. Tony.
King Cole Perambulators
Has anyone any information about Arthur Henry COLE who established King Cole Perambulators/baby carriages in Birmingham, in the 1890s? I believe the company was situated in Digbeth. Arthur had an entry in the 1939 Birmingham Register as a "retired" baby carriage manufacturer, but a friend remembers the company was still operating in the 1950s, so maybe a member of the COLE family took the business over. Any information about Arthur Henry COLE or any members of the COLE family would be much appreciated. Thanks, Roma.
Frederick B Osborne
I'm looking for any information about my maternal Grandfather Frederick B Osborne. He lived with my grandmother Molly (Mary) Osborne and their daughter Patricia Anne Osborne at 224 Mary Street, Balsall Heath, Birmingham with Edith Edna Walsh in 1930. Edith Edna Walsh went on to marry Harold Clegg in 1934. Any information would be wonderful, thank you, Suzie
Florence Sansum
Looking for information about Florence Sansum born approx 1877 in Birmingham. She was 'deaf and dumb' since birth according to the 1911 Census.
Foxlow/Ullah
I am looking for a Sharsan Bibe FOXLOW/ULLAH born in Birmingham in 1947, possibly adopted, maybe a relative?? would appreciate any help.
red mail TAYLOR/PALLETT/BAKER family information - can anyone help?
Looking for any information on members of the TAYLOR Family in Birmingham. Father Charles Taylor b1840 in Tamworth,Staffordshire - d1901 (his father was William Taylor, mother may have been Sarah). Mother Ann Pallett b1838 in Tamworth (her father was John Pallett, mother may have been Martha). Charles was a Glass cutter. In the 1871 census the family lived in Ladywood. Their children were: 1. Charles b1861 m Alice BAKER b1861, he was a silversmith/jeweller, and they emigrated to Australia around 1885. 2. William b1865 m Annie, he was a carriage lamp maker (family story is he made the lamps for Queen Victoria's coronation carriage?) 3. Walter b 1870 4. Annie b1873 m George Barnes? 5. Elizabeth/Lizzie b 1877. Any info is greatly appreciated, thank you!

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