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George Thomas Woods/Wood/Whoods

George was born in Coseley in 1888, the son of George and Fanny Wood. In 1891, they were living at 5 Webb Street, Sedgley, together with George’s siblings Mary A., Margaret J., William, Alice, Sarah J. 77 more words

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Cinderella – Dormiston Mill Theatre – 20 January 2017

The pantomime is a great tradition and I’m always looking for companies I’ve not seen before. Therefore, when the two factors combine, I end up in places like the… 364 more words

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Sir Alfred Edward Hickman

Sir Alfred was born in Wolverhampton on 8 May 1885, the son of Alfred William and Mary Hickman and grandson of Sir Alfred Hickman. In 1891, they were living at The Hollies, Upper Penn, together with Alfred’s siblings Phillis L., Evelyn I. 123 more words

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When the pieces don't fit


Tracing family history is sometimes like completing a jigsaw puzzle without the box. To make things more difficult one sometimes encounters the equivalent of a patch of sky where there should be part of a bowling green or a circle of standing stones resting on a cloud. 637 more words

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Thomas Lyttleton W. Pearson

Thomas was born in Bilston in 1885, the son of James and Elizabeth Pearson. In 1891 they were living at 11 High Street, Sedgley, together with Thomas’s brothers Frederick and William, and sisters Helen, Edith and Lillie. 158 more words

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James Abraham Martin

James Martin was the son of John and Eliza Martin. In 1901 they were living at 15 Edge Street, Sedgley with his sister, Priscilla. By 1911 they were at 6 Harding Street, Coseley, and James had become a boat loader. 138 more words

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