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James William Darby

James was born in Sedgley in about 1897, the son of Josiah and Sarah Ann Darby. In 1901, they were living at 14 Manor Road, Sedgley. 66 more words

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Bert(ie) Caddick

Bert was born in 1889 in Coseley, the son of William and Mary Ann Caddick. In 1901, he was living with his widowed mother and sister Edith Caddick at 13 Foundry Street, Sedgley. 145 more words

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Thomas Bentley

Thomas was born in Bilston in the early 1890s (some sources say 10 June 1891, and others say 4 January 1894), the son of Henry and Hannah Bentley. 129 more words

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Emma Brain

Emma Grant was born in West Bromwich in 1858. She married John Walter Brain in West Bromwich in 1882. At some point, the couple spent some timeĀ in the United States of America as their two children, Sarah E. 84 more words

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Albert Thomas Parry

Albert was born in Wolverhampton in 1886, the son of Edward and Mary A. Parry. They were living at 42 Wolverhampton Road, Sedgley in 1901, together with Albert’s siblings George S. 71 more words

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Beacon Hotel, Sedgley

Even though I grew up not far from Sedgley and I’ve supped many a pint of Sarah Hughes, I’ve never actually been to the Beacon Hotel. 134 more words


Walter John Alan Creswell

The son of Walter Garrison and Alice Maude Creswell, Walter was born in Sedgley, Dudley, in 1897. By 1911, the three of them were living at 215 Parkfield Road, Wolverhampton, along with Alice’s sister, Ellen Bagnall. 95 more words

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