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County town: Shrewsbury
Other major towns: Whitchurch, Telford, Ludlow, Ironbridge.
Origins of Name: (district around) Scrobbos fort, Anglo Saxon
Population 1801: 169,757
Population 1961: ...
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red mail Reece, Pee and Ashwood families
I would be pleeased to hear from anyone who has opne or all of these families in their line. Martha Ashwood married George Reece at Old Swinford in 1857.George Reece's sister Emma married John Pee at Barrow in 1845. I have the Ashwood line sorted out but not so the Reece and Pee families. Both names seem to come from around Much Wenlock and Bridgenorth but in a large radius.The Pee and Reece families mentioned here migrated to New Zealand in 1864.
red mail Christiana Williams
Looking to find Christiana Williams, she had 2 daughters Mary and Sarah who lived with a family called Dulson listed as Grandparents, They were very young when living with Dulson family. What happend to Christiana as she cannot be found anywhere no death etc, any info would be appreciated, many thanks in advance.
red mail PURSLOW village or family
am interested in the genealogy of the Purslow family going back to the origins in the village name. Have plenty of information on both available up to the 1900s but some links are vague or tentative. Would appreciate assistance.
red mail James Davis
Joseph James & Hannah Davis looking for copy of married certificate. Think married on 8 Feb 1862 in Shropshire, Dorset.
red mail lloyd
any information on ellen lloyd b newton wood salop 1871 d may 13 1916 at staffordshire workhouse infirmary age 45
red mail Sinah Growcott nee. Purslow
on the 1901 Sensus in Ruyton, Salop with Husband Mark Growcott and Grandchildren Mark and May Thomas. Daughter Ellen living with husband Richard Thomas and other children Edith and Frank. However can't find her anywhere else. Sometimes name interpreted as Dinah. Any information would be welcome.
red mail Hayward
Looking for any information on a Miriam Hayward, born about 1900 in Shropshire. Her father's name was Joseph. She married in 1920 in Lancashire where she was working at the time.She died in the early 1930's leaving a young family.
red mail ARMITAGE & TAYLOR - Lambeth, London, & Shropshire
Martha Taylor, dau. of William & Mary, was b. 31 Aug 1828 Dawley Magna, in Shropshire, England. She had a sister, Eliza. Martha m. John Wall Armitage, b. 11 Dec. 1822 in (Pos.) Lambeth, London. They were m. 1856-1868, I don't know where. They had a son, John Wm. Armitage, b. 28 Jan 1869 in New England. This son, John Wm., died. Martha m. 2nd, a George Armitage, who d. 1855-1869 while blowing a saxophone. George's (and John Wall Armitage's?) parents were pos. William and Elizabeth, both of England. Any further information you can share would be soo welcomed!
red mail Broughall
I am looking for parents of George Broughall born Red Lake Shropshire 1875 and Eliza Broughall born 1877. I know that George and Eliza both moved to Radcliffe Lancashire, but I can not find any information on their parents. I would be grateful for any help. Thank you
red mail smith,bishop
looking for any information on albert bishop[born bristol]who married an edith emma smith (born grinshill) john smith the father married an mary mills(born berriew montgomeryshire)lived at grinshill worked in the stone quarry,they had 7 daughters,edith emma,martha,alice rebecca,lydia,kate,mary anne, and emily.john died 1880-81,mary remarried to a george grice they lived in shrewsbury.trying to find what happened to the daughters and who they married

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