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Dudley Worcestershire
Detached part of Worcestershire , situated in Staffordshire.
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red mail Hill/Priest/Bridgewater/Wright/Powell
I am the GtGtGtGtGtGtGtGt (8) G'daughter of the above families from Dudley, Worchester & Rowley Regis, Staffordshire. Looking for any Ancestors like me out there who can shed light on any of above families. Look forward to replies! Maree Hudson from Sydney AUS
red mail Henry/Harry Mayer
I am looking to see if anyone can tell me about Henry/Harry Mayer who lived at 13 Turner St. Dudley in 1911. I am interest to know if he was an artist and had any paintings if he was, exhibited. I have looked him up on the Census and he was born around 1870 he was married and had 2 daughters.
red mail Oakley-Hobbs-Rich-Williams-Vickers plus more
Anyone have connections to the above..happy to pass on my findings.
red mail Harvey family
James born 1840, Mary Ann born 1842, William born 1847, Jane born 1848, Joseph born 1850, Thomas born 1858, Richard born 1853, Charles Henry born 1856,John born 1860(is my great grandfather) w I am wondering if anyone one on here is related to my tree as it would be wonderful to find someone of the family especially since I am in New Zealand thank you for taking the time to read this
red mail Ann Jane Morgan
Searching information on Ann Jane Morgan b. 1846 at Dudley, Worcs, daughter of Joseph. She married Daniel Green of Tipton. Any information on her parents and beyond, appreciated.
red mail fellows
Looking for family my great grandma was clara maude fellows she was born in england daughter of isaac ashley fellows. She was born in 1872 she had a bother and sister. They , ived at 138 upper high st dudley, county of worcester, england.she left england in july 1893 and married robert francis campbell in 1895. She had 4 children.
red mail Smith, Turner
I am searching for information about Timothy SMITH who was married to Ann TURNER. They lived in Kates Hill, Dudley in the 1860's. They had 3 children: Harry, Timothy b 1862, and Elizabeth b 1866. The son Timothy came to the US in 1869 and lived with his Aunt Elizabeth and Uncle Ephram Golding in Pennsylvania. The daughter Elizabeth b 1866 came to the US around 1897 to 1900 and finally settled in Michigan. I do not have any information about Harry. Any information on Timothy SMITH, Ann TURNER, and or Harry SMITH would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Jay.
red mail Shaw, Turner, Freebodies, Fender Making
Seeking to clarify the relationship between James Shaw and Benjamin Shaw who lived next to each other in Freebodies in the 1841 census. Also seeking any information on Freebodies. I am following the tree of James Shaw, one of my ancesters, who all appear to be fender makers. There appears to be a gap in time between Ben and James. I would be grateful if anyone can clarify the connection or has information about Freebodies or Fender Making. The Shaw family tree is available for anyone who wishes. Graham
red mail Millinson/Millenson Dudley Worcestershire
I am trying to find the birth record of my ancestor Henry Millinson who I believe was born in London about 1824. I have him on the 1881 census living in Tipton as Henry Millenson. He married Mary Hill at Thornbury in September 1853. I have a death certificate 28 May 1910. However I can find no record of his birth.
Rounds of Dudley and Lye
John Round baptised 1798 Old Swinford born Lye married 1821 to Martha Lloyd daughter of William Lloyd and Rosanna. Daughter Hannah Round baptised 1837 Dudley Worcestershire married William Oliver 1860 St Thomas Dudley. John Round possibly son of Joseph Round and Phoebe of Flood Street Dudley in 1841 census. Would like to contact anyone with similar interests in Dudley and Lye area.

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