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Aston Juxta Birmingham
« on: Sunday 11 October 09 08:31 BST (UK) »
Please can someone check a marriage in Aston Juxta Birmingham  found in Family search but we desperately need to find both bride and groom so any extra information on the register could be valuable

27 Dec 1801 Thomas STANFIELD and Susanna GREEN

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Re: Aston Juxta Birmingham
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 11 October 09 09:50 BST (UK) »
I am also looking for more details

9 Nov 1819 Aston juxta Birmingham
Richard Whateley & Elizabeth Woodwards

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Re: Aston Juxta Birmingham
« Reply #2 on: Friday 23 October 09 20:11 BST (UK) »
Thomas Stanfield to Susanna Green
27th December 1801 at St Peter and St Paul (Aston Juxta)
Thomas Stanfield of this Parish and Susanna Green of this Parish
Were married in this church by Banns this Twenty Seventh day of December in the year One Thousand Eight Hundred and One
This marriage was solemnized between us Thomas Stanfield and Susanna Green x
Witnesses are Ė William (Prose ?) and William Roberts

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HAVE A LOOK AT MY WEBSITE: http://www.warwickshireinfo.webspace.virginmedia.com/       IF YOU ARE RESEARCHING IN BIRMINGHAM, ASTON OR COVENTRY, I HAVE TRANSCRIBED HUNDREDS OF BAPTISMS AND MARRIAGES.

Researching :- Ray/Reay/Perkins/Davis/Asbury/Morris-Birmingham.
Hitchman-Oxford, Birmingham.
Markland
Morris/Jackson-Isle of Wight.
Smith/Warden/West/Bilson/Milner/Dower/Johnson/Ludford/Sidwell/and more-Coventry.
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Re: Aston Juxta Birmingham
« Reply #3 on: Friday 23 October 09 20:12 BST (UK) »
Richard Wheatley to Elizabeth Woodwards
9th November 1819 at St Peter and St Paul (Aston Juxta)
Richard Wheatley of this Bachelor Parish and Elizabeth Woodwards of this Parish
Were married in this church by Banns this Ninth day of November in the year One Thousand Eight Hundred and Nineteen
This marriage was solemnized between us Richard Wheatley and Elizabeth Woodwards
Witnesses are Ė Charles Kirkland and Sarah Webb

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Brummygirl
Hiya,

HAVE A LOOK AT MY WEBSITE: http://www.warwickshireinfo.webspace.virginmedia.com/       IF YOU ARE RESEARCHING IN BIRMINGHAM, ASTON OR COVENTRY, I HAVE TRANSCRIBED HUNDREDS OF BAPTISMS AND MARRIAGES.

Researching :- Ray/Reay/Perkins/Davis/Asbury/Morris-Birmingham.
Hitchman-Oxford, Birmingham.
Markland
Morris/Jackson-Isle of Wight.
Smith/Warden/West/Bilson/Milner/Dower/Johnson/Ludford/Sidwell/and more-Coventry.
Census information is Crown Copy Right

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Re: Aston Juxta Birmingham
« Reply #4 on: Friday 23 October 09 22:29 BST (UK) »
Brummy girl you are a true star I will try to find the witnesses to see if they are a clue Thomas just seems to appear out of the blue
You have saved a long wait until I could get to Birmingham Many thanks
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Re: Aston Juxta Birmingham
« Reply #5 on: Sunday 25 October 09 15:28 GMT (UK) »
Fantastic - Just come back from short break so just seen your reply

Thanks

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Re: Aston Juxta Birmingham
« Reply #6 on: Tuesday 26 January 10 18:13 GMT (UK) »
Hannah Robinson to Joseph Pull - (have reason to believe this should be PEILL from a newspaper notice of the marriage)
Found in Family Search:† Married 8th October 1807, Aston Juxta Birmingham, Warwick England
Extra details might help be back a generation!† Thank you for your website and help on here!
Janet

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Re: Aston Juxta Birmingham
« Reply #7 on: Wednesday 10 March 10 00:26 GMT (UK) »
Hi everyone,
Just thought Iíd try, on the off-chance. Is Aston Manor near Aston Juxta ?
Iím looking for information about George Alfred Cooke (sometimes George, sometimes Alfred) and Emma Louisa his wife and second cousin, nee Cooke (also used either name). He was the son of William Bromley Cooke 1810-1865.
In 1881 living at 102 Wheeler St Aston, children Alfred 16,Julia 10, Jenny 5, Mary 7, Samuel Oliver 2, and baby George A.  Before that in Dublin.
In 1891 living Aston Manor, St Silas, and in 1901 Brunswick Rd West Bromwich.
Julia mar. Henry Hastings (Harry) Bird, a trade union official, but I canít find what happened to the rest.
George & Emmaís families were from Bíham originally, but they moved around a bit. George was born in Measham, then they moved to Burton/Trent, then Derby. George & 2 brothers went to Dublin 1850s, he brought Emma there, where Alfred & Julia were born, the rest in Bíham.
Iím sure their descendants must still be there. All tips appreciated.
Ken Cooke, Australia.


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Re: Aston Juxta Birmingham
« Reply #8 on: Friday 29 October 10 11:00 BST (UK) »
Can anyone please confirm for me please. I have a marriage on 30 Dec 1845. The marriage took p[lace at St Peter the Apostle. Aston. Is this church still there?

Thank you.