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Title: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: RosemaryD on Sunday 28 May 06 20:28 BST (UK)
I am researching the Didlick/Didlock family and would love to hear from anyone with any links. All one family so if that's your name please contact me! Originated in Shropshire but they are spread all over the world.
Title: Re: Didlick/Didlock Family
Post by: Lloydy on Wednesday 14 June 06 17:07 BST (UK)

Do you have census details? 

I can check out all the census from 1841 to 1901 if needed :)

Jan
Title: Re: Didlick/Didlock Family
Post by: RosemaryD on Thursday 15 June 06 08:04 BST (UK)
Hi Jan,  That was really kind of you to offer but I think at the moment I'm alright on the Census info.  I'll certainly remember that though and get back to you if I need a hand.

Cheers & thanks again for your help.

Rose
Title: Re: Didlick/Didlock Family
Post by: mancgirl02 on Monday 18 December 06 12:31 GMT (UK)
I am researching the Didlick/Didlock family and would love to hear from anyone with any links. All one family so if that's your name please contact me! Originated in Shropshire but they are spread all over the world.

Hi,

I'm a Didlick, if i can help in anyway feel free to drop me a line.

My email is mancgirl02@yahoo.co.uk

Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: RosemaryD on Sunday 07 January 07 08:12 GMT (UK)
Hi, Thanks for replying to my message. :)  I would love to hear from you and find out where you fit in. I did e-mail but I'm not sure that you've rec'd it so thought I would leave another message in case. I guess from your e-mail you are from Manchester? I have had contact with family up there in the past - Bill Didlick & Julie?

Look forward to hearing from you.

Rose :D
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: pete edwards on Sunday 07 January 07 09:24 GMT (UK)
Hi Rose & Mancgirl02

Found these on the hereford dioscese disc,

Billingsleg Parish Registers.

09 Jun 1628 Francis Didlick & Mary Craftes, in the p. Church of Billingsley mar.
 29 Oct 1643 Thomas Didlick, ye Smith bur.
 04 Feb 1643 Matthew Didlick bur.

Monk Hopton Parish Registers.

13 Aug 1744 John Bagly and Sarah Didlick mar.

Bitterley Parish Register.

 06 Jun 1784 Edwd., s. of Wm. Didlick and Eliza. bap.
 09 Jan 1785 Jane, d. of Mary Didlick, pauper bap.
 03 Oct 1785 Jane Didlick, pauper bur.
 02 Apr 1786 Ann, d. of Wm. Didlick and Elizabeth bap.
 08 Feb 1787 Edward Didlick bur.
 02 Nov 1788 Samuel, s. of William Didlick and Elizabeth bap.
07 Aug 1791 Thomas, s. of Saml. Didlick and Esther bap.
11 Sep 1791 Thomas, s. of Thos. Didlick and Elizabeth bap.
11 Jan 1792 Thomas Didlick bur.
 14 Sep 1793 Ann, d. of Samuel Didlick and Esther bap.
 31 Jan 1796 Hester, d. of Samuel Didlick and Hester bap.
 23 May 1774 Edward Beard and Mary Didlick. W.--Willm. Stephens, Thos. Holloway.
 19 Jul 1790 Samuel Didlick, b., and Esther Tunks, sp., by Thomas Gwynn, jun. W.--Edward Didlick, Elizabeth Martin.
 26 Aug 1793 William Didlick and Elizabeth Serjant, by John Walcot. W.--Edward Beard, Willm. Nott.
 05 Jul 1796 Richard Didlick and Charlotte Nott, by Charles Walcot, Min. W.--Benjamin Nott, Willm. Nott.
 24 Feb 1799 Samuel, s. of Samuel and Hester Didlick chr. born 28 Jan 1799 , bap. 04 Feb 1799 , reg. 10 Mar 1799.
11 Aug 1799 John, s. of Richard and Charlotte Didlick chr. born 12 Jul 1799 , reg. 11 Aug 1799.
 14 Feb 1802 Willm., s. of Samuel and Hester Didlick chr. born and reg. 02 Feb 1802.
07 Aug 1803 Sarah, d. of Richard and Lot Didlick bap. born 07 Aug 1803.
 29 Apr 1804 Mary, d. of Samuel and Hester Didlick chr. bap. 22 Apr 1804.
15 Jun 1804 Elizabeth, d. of Richd. and Charlotte Didlick bap. born 03 Jun 1804.
 30 Jun 1805 Ann, d. of Richard and Charlotta Didlick chr. born 05 Jun 1805.
 12 Oct 1806 John, s. of Samuel and Hester Didlick chr. born 24 Sep 1806.
 28 Jan 1809 Hannah, d. of Richard and Charlotte Didlick chr. born 20 Jan 1809.
 04 Mar 1809 James, s. of Samuel and Hester Didlick chr. born 25 Feb 1809.
12 Apr 1812 Susan, d. of Richard and Charlot Didlick chr. born 05 Apr 1812.
09 May 1802 Richard Didlick, aged 2 months.
25 Aug 1803 Sarah Didlick, infant.
 20 Jul 1804 Elizabeth Didlick, infant.
 25 Dec 1805 , Mary Didlick, aged 1.
 27 Mar 1807 Ann Didlick, aged 13, spinster.
 28 Feb 1808 Samuel Didlick, aged 6 months.

Cleobury Mortimer Registers.

 09 Apr 1722 Wm Didlick & Rebecca Beddow.
 27 Jan 1722 Eliz. Didlick, paupera.

The Parish Register of Burford.

10 Jul 1641 Richard, s. Richard Didlick & Elioner bap.
 26 Mar 1642 Richard Didlick bur.
10 Feb 1710 Johannes Didlick; aff. C. Sabery bur.
 13 Dec 1761 Eleanor, d. Rich. & Eliz. Didlick bap.
 23 Apr 1809 Benjamin Wire & Anne Adis. Wit: Richard Adis, Anne Didlick.


Register of Baptisms for Neen Sollers.

08 May 1783 John Griffiths, of N.S., & Ann Didlick, p. Milson. Wit: Jos. Mantle, Martha Brakewell.

Milson Parish Registers.

 10 Nov 1754 Martha, d. of Willm. & Ann Didlick bap.
25 Feb 1759 Ann, d. of William Didlick & Ann.
 08 Jun 1780 John Brakewell & Martha Didlick. Wit: Ann Parry, Francis Shephard, Martha Baugh, Rich'd Baugh.
07 Sep 1765 Ann, w. of Willm. Didlick.
 26 Sep 1792 Wm. Didlick, pauper.

Shropshire: Neen Savage, Kinlet, Stokesay, Wistanstow - Parish Registers, Hereford Diocese

 18 Apr 1689 John Didlick bur.
 18 Jan 1722 Robert Didlick, a poor man bur.

I do hope I muddied your waters a bit more :) :) :) :) :) :)

Best wishes
Pete
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: RosemaryD on Sunday 07 January 07 17:41 GMT (UK)
Hi Pete,
Thanks so much for all that info. I think it will take me a while to wade through it all but no doubt it will be fun!
Thanks again for taking the time.  All those Didlicks/locks out there, please get in touch!   ;)
Rose 
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: niche999 on Saturday 03 March 07 20:58 GMT (UK)
hi my name is cherie didlick, i have four brothers stephen, gary, stewart and andre and live in dudley - west midlands.
my fathers name was roy and married rosemarie simmonds/simmons?
i would love to know if anybody could tell me anything about the didlicks/didlocks
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: niche999 on Saturday 03 March 07 20:59 GMT (UK)
hi there rosemarie my email address is Nickcherie@blueyonder.co.uk please contact me for info.
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Cazza59 on Friday 25 May 07 03:41 BST (UK)
Hi Rosemary

I have the Cainham Parish register in a word document that I could send to you which contains a number of Didlicks.  PM me with your email address if you would like it, more than happy to send it to you.

Caz

Hi Pete

I don't suppose I could impose on you to look for any Wilkinsons in the the Bitterley parish register, would be very much appreciated.

Caz
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Cazza59 on Friday 25 May 07 03:52 BST (UK)
Hi Cherie

Welcome to Rootschat! ;D

Just a tip, it's not advisable to post your email address on the main board otherwise you could be inundated with spam. If you click on Rosemary's name at the left hand side of one of her posts, a screen will appear with her profile and if you look down the screen you will see "Send this Rootchatter a private message" (or something to that effect). If you click on that you can send your email address in private.

If you click on Modify (top right hand side) on your own posting, you can delete your email address and then resave the message or one of the mods can do it for you.

Cheers
Caz
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: pete edwards on Monday 28 May 07 18:50 BST (UK)
No Prob Caz :)

Exact spelling. on.

Bitterley Parish Register.

11 May 1797 Paul, s. of George Wilkinson and Mary bap.
 06 Feb 1802 John Wilkinson, minor, and Sarah Nott, sp. W.--William Wilkinson, Willm. Nott.
 28 Mar 1808 George Wilkinson, p. Cainham, b., and Ann Lewis, sp. W.--John Cole, Ann Stokes.
 12 Dec 1802 Richard, s. of John and Sarah Wilkinson chr. born 30 Nov 1802.
12 Sep 1806 Winifred, d. of John and Sarah Wilkinson chr. born 01 Sep 1806.
 15 Dec 1808 Edward, s. of George and Ann Wilkinson chr. born 11 Dec 1808.
 17 May 1810 John, s. of George and Ann Wilkinson chr. born 15 May 1810.
12 Dec 1812 Mary, d. of George and Ann Wilkinson chr. born 09 Dec 1812

Pete :)
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Cazza59 on Monday 28 May 07 23:55 BST (UK)
Pete

You're a star  thanks very, very much!!!  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Caz
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: pete edwards on Tuesday 29 May 07 00:19 BST (UK)
Caz :)

Want the rest? :)

Pete ;D
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Cazza59 on Tuesday 29 May 07 02:44 BST (UK)
There's more??!?!?  Then yes please!!!

You're going from star to legend!  ;D ;D ;D ;D

Caz
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Cazza59 on Tuesday 29 May 07 02:48 BST (UK)
PS  My apologies for Rosemary for hijacking her thread!  Also, Rosemary I hope you received my email with Cainham PRs.  If not let me know and I will send again.

Cheers
Caz
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: pete edwards on Tuesday 29 May 07 19:02 BST (UK)
Caz. These are from the surrounding villages, With what You Have from Bitterley these make up the rest of the Wilkinsons mentioned in Hereford diocese, records

Wolstaston Parish Registers.

 27 Nov 1812 Catherine, a base - born child of Ann Wilkinson's, by the reputed father Richard Wigley, junr., aged 3 weeks bur.

The Register Booke of the P'she of Hopton Castle, Anno Domini, 1538--1812.

21 Nov 1568 Wm., s. of Wm. Wilkinson bap.
 20 Jan 1582 William Wilkinson sep.
16 Aug 1583 Eliztha. Wilkinson sep.

Bromfield Parish Registers.
Volumes 1. & 2.
A true Register Booke of the Parishe of Bromefielde conteyninge the names of all and singuler such p'sonnes as habe bene medded chrystned and buried mithin the said p'ishe from the first yeare of the Raigne of our Sob'aigne Lady Elizabeth by the grace of god of England Fraunce and Ireland Queene, defender of the faith, etc. Anno dni.-1559.

 08 Aug 1807 ,J. Wilkinson, infant bur.
 13 Mar 1809 ,Thomas-Sneyd Wilkinson, infant bur.

Shropshire: Alberbury - Parish Registers, Hereford Diocese
Alberburg Parish Registers.

 12 Aug 1716 Jane, d. of Edward & Sarah Wilkinson, of Bragginton bap.

Cleobury Mortimer Registers.
Volume 1

26 Oct 1632 William Roe & Isabel Wilkinson, lic. mar.
 24 Jan 1777 John Wilkinson, a stranger & a Papist.
 24 May 1792 John Harper & Hannah Wilkinson of Coreley.

Ludlom Parish Begisters.

 29 Nov 1620 Thomas, s. Christopher Wilkinson.
 30 Dec 1621 Christopher, s. Christopher Wilkinson & Mary.
 08 Feb 1621 Christipher, s. Christopher Wilkinson & Mary.
John Wilkinson and Edith Sharret 10 Feb 1645
10 Sep 1672 Edith Wilkinson, wid.
16 Sep 1738 John, s. of Joseph Wilkinson & Anne, strangers bap.
 01 Nov 1805 Mary Ann, d. of Thomas Wilkinson & Elizabeth.
 24 Jan 1807 John, s. of Thomas Wilkinson & Elizabeth.
 03 Mar 1808 Thomas Sneyde, s. of Thomas Wilkinson & Elizabeth.

Pontesbury Parish Registers.
Volume 1.

 11 Mar 1718 Edward, s. of Peter & Joyce Wilkinson bap.
 23 Sep 1722 Mary, d. of Peter & Joyce Wilkinson bap.
 01 May 1727 Elizabeth, d. of Peter & Joyce Wilkinson bap.

Shropshire: Westbury - Parish Registers, Hereford Diocese
The Parish Registers of Westbury.

 16 Nov 1783 Elizabeth Wilkinson.

Diddlebury Parish Registers.

 13 Jul 1756 John Griffiths & Elizabeth Wilkinson, both p. D. mar. Witnesses: Jno. Knowles & Samuel Price.

Willey Parish Registers.

 05 Oct 1783 Francis, s. of William & Sarah Wilkinson.

Register of Baptisms for Neen Sollers.

 22 Dec 1693 Walter Wilkinson.

Milson Parish Registers.

 19 Oct 1800 John, s. of Mary Wilkinson, a bastard.

This is all I can see, I have used exact spelling all the time, I will use wildcards if you think you are missing somebody,
Give us a shout if you think they spilled over into the other dioceses, St Asaph or Litchfield, I will do my best :)

Best wishes
Pete :)

Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Cazza59 on Wednesday 30 May 07 00:03 BST (UK)
Oh Pete..can't thank you enough.  I'm speechless that you have gone to all this trouble for me, you are very kind !!  Oh and definitely legend status!!  ;D ;D ;D

Obviously it's hard to know if these are the same couples but I'm pretty sure 90% of these are mine, later to settle in Cainham and I still have relatives in that area today some 400 plus years later.  (My rellies weren't big on travel LOL  ;D ;D ;D ;D)

If you ever need a photo restored (I spend most of my life on the photo restore board  ::) ) just say the word!!

Many, many thanks
Caz
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: pete edwards on Wednesday 30 May 07 00:36 BST (UK)
No probs Caz :)

Wilkinson is mentioned 357 times on the Litchfield disc, and 77 times on the St Asaph disc,

 Give us a shout, if you want a looksee :)

Pete :)
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Bobman on Thursday 31 May 07 21:39 BST (UK)
yo guys my 2nd name is didlick and im from ludlow shropshire, and i thought i might just jump in to this topic to add a little more info
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Cazza59 on Friday 01 June 07 00:13 BST (UK)
No probs Caz :)

Wilkinson is mentioned 357 times on the Litchfield disc, and 77 times on the St Asaph disc,

 Give us a shout, if you want a looksee :)

Pete :)



Hi Pete

How long would it take for you to type 357 out....I'M KIDDING!! ;D ;D ;D ;D

I would be interested in any John, Richard, William, Benjamin and James Wilkinsons which are the main boys names, particularly very early. I can trace a Wilkinson in Cainham around 1734 but prior to that I don't have anything so I figure they might have gotten adventureous and wandered about the neighbourhood a bit but if there are too many than don't worry, you have done so much for me already.

Many of the names you have given me from Bitterley tie in with names I have at later dates in Cainham. ;D ;D ;D

Have a great day.


Cheers
Caz
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Cazza59 on Friday 01 June 07 00:24 BST (UK)
PS Pete..Really stretching the friendship here but could you have a gander at the spelling "Wilkerson" if you get a mo.  (Can't say I'm backwards in coming forwards  ;D )


Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: pete edwards on Friday 01 June 07 01:22 BST (UK)
Hi Caz :)

Hereford diocese, wildcards " Wilkerson " 0

St Asaph " " " 0

Litchfield " " " 0

Caz. :) Have a look at the map, and tell me what village you want, If I got it, you are by all means welcome to what I got, ;D ;D

Pete :)
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: pete edwards on Saturday 02 June 07 17:36 BST (UK)
Hi Caz :)

If you really want all the Wilkinsons mentioned, I will Pm you with them , save cluttering the boards up, I would have to send them in batches of ab 50 as any more would exceed the limit, I can send you batches as time allows, I thought I would ask first as you may not like a lot of unvited stuff in your mail,

all the best,
Pete :)

P.S. Caz I cheat really , I cut and paste, If you was to wait for me to type that lot, you would be with your rellies :) :),
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: clarley on Thursday 27 September 07 22:09 BST (UK)
Hi Rosemarie

I don't have that much on the Didlicks, but I can tell you that my Dad's grandmother was a Didlick from Cainham, Ludlow.  Let me know if I might have more info of interest to you.

Claire
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: RosemaryD on Friday 28 September 07 19:53 BST (UK)
Hi Claire,  Good to hear from you and if your great grandmother was a Didlick we're definitely related!  If you let me know her name I'll look her up on my tree and let you know what details might be helpful.  Thanks so much for replying.

Regards, Rosemary
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: clarley on Monday 01 October 07 20:30 BST (UK)
Hi Rosemary

My Dad's grandmother was Alice Didlick b 1898.  Interested to know your connection.

Claire
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: RosemaryD on Tuesday 02 October 07 16:45 BST (UK)
Hello again Claire,  Did your G Grandmother Alice marry someone called ? Evers and have Maud & Harry?  If so I've found the right one but I don't have anything down from the children so it would be good if you're able to help.  This Alice is 3rd cousin twice removed to my husband Neil!

Speak to you again hopefully.

Rose
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Jedgpz on Tuesday 17 June 08 11:45 BST (UK)
Hi there
I am searching for information on Eliza Didlock born abt 1866 shropshire
She married James Sear in 1883
Any help would be great
Cheers
Trevor
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: RosemaryD on Tuesday 17 June 08 15:37 BST (UK)
Hi Trevor,  good to hear from you about Eliza.  I have had a look on my tree and I have an Eliza Didlick born to Henry & Mary Ann DIDLICK nee Walters in 1866 at Caynham in Shropshire.  It is very likely that her name changed at some stage to DIDLOCK and at least two of her brothers changed their name.  The Didlicks/locks are all mixed up but we all come from the same family!  I don't have any marriage details for Eliza but I did find an Eliza Didlock marrying a William Walter SEAR in 1883 in the Hemel Hemstead area so this could be her.

If there is anything else I can help with please let me know.  Eliza was one of 8 children.

Best wishes,

Rose Didlick :)
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Cazza59 on Wednesday 18 June 08 00:24 BST (UK)
Hi Rose

Glad this thread has popped up again, it reminded that when I was in Caynham last year I took a photo of a headstone for you.  I'll post it tonight  when I get home from work, hopefully it will be of use to you.

Regards
Caz

Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: RosemaryD on Wednesday 18 June 08 11:01 BST (UK)
Thanks Caz,  really appreciate that.   ;)

Take care,

Rose
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Cazza59 on Wednesday 18 June 08 11:59 BST (UK)
Hi Rose

Here it is. I hope he is one of yours.

Inscription reads:

In Loving Memory of
Thomas Didlick who died 26 January 1886
Aged 42 years

"Thy Will Be Done"

Also of

Thomas

The loving son of Thomas and Sarah Didlick

Who died July 20(?) 1885 Aged 1 year and 4(?) Months

I can also give you a photo of St Mary's if you would like it.

Regards
Caz
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Cazza59 on Wednesday 18 June 08 12:12 BST (UK)
PS I notice you have had other enquiries, so I'm posting my connection to them via Mary Ann Wilkinson in case anyone has a connection or can add some info.

I wonder if "Betsy" is Trevor's "Eliza" ??

Regards
Caz







Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Jedgpz on Wednesday 18 June 08 13:16 BST (UK)
Hi there rose and caz
Sorry i dont have much to go on and i am fairly new at this  ;)
All i have to go on is that eliza married walter william sear
Wonder what i should do next?  any hints
thanks
Trevor
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: RosemaryD on Wednesday 18 June 08 14:47 BST (UK)
Caz,

Thanks ever so much for the photo & yes a picture of St Mary's would be helpful too.  I have had a quick look at your info on Henry Didlick & Mary Anne nee Wilkinson and my info differs a little so hopefully I've managed to attach it to this message!  Hope it helps.  I think Trevor's Eliza is definitely another one!  I think your Betsy is Elizabeth.

Kind regards & thanks again.

Rose
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: RosemaryD on Wednesday 18 June 08 14:53 BST (UK)
Hi Trevor,

Are you related to Eliza or Walter William Sear?  Which side of the family are you wanting to trace?  It may help if you get the marriage certificate for these two so that you can confirm that Eliza is the daughter of Henry & Mary Ann Didlick.  If you need any help with that let me know and I'll talk you through it if that helps. 

Cheers, Rose ;)
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Cazza59 on Wednesday 18 June 08 16:42 BST (UK)
Hi Rose

You're welcome and thank you very much for the amendments, absolutely fantastic.

Attached are 3 pics of St Mary's. The column thingy in the front of the church is what the pagans used to worship around until the church was built!

Regards
Caz


Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Cazza59 on Wednesday 18 June 08 16:53 BST (UK)
No 3.

PS If anyone else can find a use for these photos, please be my guest.

Caz
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: RosemaryD on Wednesday 18 June 08 17:56 BST (UK)
Brilliant pics Caz, much appreciated.  ;D

Cheers, Rose
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Jedgpz on Friday 20 June 08 01:32 BST (UK)
Hi there Rosemary
Walter William Sear is my GG Grandfather
In another tread on here i have been asking about Walter and some one has said this

Hi Trevor,
The IGI records the baptism of Eliza DIDLICK d/o Henry and Mary DIDLICK at Caynham, Shropshire on 13May1866.
In 1871 the family were at Brimfield Common, Herefordshire.
RG10/3039  F.53  P.7
Henry Didlick  Head  42  Labourer     Salop  Caynham
Mary   do        Wife   42      Salop Bitersley
William  13   George 10   ELIZA   5   all born Salop Caynham
Charles  1  bn Herefordshire  Brimfield.   
By 1881 Eliza had left home and was a domestic servant with the Collings family at the Castle Mill, Ludlow St.Lawrence,  Salop.
Hope this helps.
Regards   ...   Peter

So it looks like My Eliza's parents are Henry and Mary Didlick.
As to what side of the family I am tracking it would be both :)
Thanks for all your help.
Cheers
Trevor

Hi Trevor,

Are you related to Eliza or Walter William Sear?  Which side of the family are you wanting to trace?  It may help if you get the marriage certificate for these two so that you can confirm that Eliza is the daughter of Henry & Mary Ann Didlick.  If you need any help with that let me know and I'll talk you through it if that helps. 

Cheers, Rose ;)
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Polldoll on Monday 23 June 08 02:35 BST (UK)
Ooer Caz Just came across this while I was looking to see if you were online ... I have some more pics of St marys and inside the church if anyone is interested  .  Dont want to hijack the thread though , so pm me if you'd rather I emailed to anyone ..  Poll 
My only connection here is that I was the chauffeur during Cazza's visit last year ...lol
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Jedgpz on Friday 27 June 08 01:46 BST (UK)
I have ordered the marriage cert to see what it says
Will let you know
Cheers
Trevor
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: RosemaryD on Friday 27 June 08 09:23 BST (UK)
Excellent Trevor, let me know the outcome.  ;)

Take care, Rose
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Jedgpz on Sunday 06 July 08 13:37 BST (UK)
OK got the Marriage Cert today  ;D
July 10th 1883 Marriage Date
Walter William Sear age 24 Bachelor Haycarter Residence Piccotto End Father James Sear Labourer
Eliza Didlock age 19 Spinster no Profession Residence High St Father Henry Didlock Labourer
Married in the Parish Church int he Parish of Hemel Hempstead int he county of Hertford
Vicar W Oswell Thompson
Witnesses were Fredrick Hill and Louisa Gurney

Is this infor familiar to any of you ?
Thanks
Trevor
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: lana on Tuesday 17 November 09 23:50 GMT (UK)
Hi, All

I am really sorry that I did not see this thread years ago. I only found it now because I was hunting google images and wondered what would come up with an unusual name like Didlock.

Anyway, the man you all needed to contact was Michael Didlick from Australia. The reason why I haven't researched this name for years is because Michael sent me a copy of his life's work in 2003. It was nearly 2 inches thick - there was so much of it.

About 1 inch of it is a typed family history and the rest is handwritten family history trees

It covers:
William Didlick + Rebecca Beddow's Family - The Cainham Settlers of 1720/ The Clee Hill Didlick clan - covering about 12 branches

John Didlick + Honoria Blakey's Family + numerous sub branches.

Samuel Didlick + Eunice Ann Butchers Family + numerous sub branches - this is my branch

William Didlick + Elizabeth Serjant - New England Australian Branch and numerous sub branches.

A couple of maps and a handful of photos.

I am hoping that Michael is already a member of Rootschat and hopefully aware of this thread.I must admit that in my excitement on seeing mention of Cainham, I haven't read all the posts.  I will, however, attempt to make contact with him via the 2003 contact details I have for him. 

Kind Regards
Lana

Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: RosemaryD on Wednesday 18 November 09 10:13 GMT (UK)
Hi Lana, great to hear from you.  I know Michael & his family very well and in 2007 we spent a fantastic time with them in Australia so I am already in contact with them!  He has done great work on our tree and I too have done quite  extensive research and I'm still at it!  As you can imagine it continues to grow and I love getting into contact with members of our family.  Where do you fit in?  Would be excellent to hear some more from you and find you on my tree if you're there! 

Thanks for replying, I really appreciate it.  Take care,

Rose Didlick
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: lana on Wednesday 18 November 09 10:38 GMT (UK)
Brilliant, Rose

So glad to hear that you know Michael - I thought it would be strange if people didn't know of his research.

I am related via Samuel Didlock and Eunice (Edith) Ann Butcher and their daughter Lucy Didlock who married James Southall in Tipton.

I must admit I have neglected this family since I had so much from Michael. I concentrated on my Mitchells, Hansons, Arnolds, etc - all the commoner names.

It was really strange reading an old email from Michael last night where he talked about a trip he and the family had taken one day to Manley back in 2003! I won a holiday to New Zealand last year and we went in February this year - the competition people were great and let us add locations to the trip. So we stayed in the Rocks, Sydney and took the same trip to Manley (except it was raining when we went!). Never in my life did I think when I read that back in 2003 that I would get the chance to do that. Anyway, getting side tracked. Just wish I had been more organised and had longer there - I could have met up with quite a few relatives on quite a few branches!

I bet the Didlick/Didlock research has come on in leaps and bounds with the ease that the internet has brought to research! Although, there is masses of it from Michael even back then.

Say hello to Michael for me - I did send him an email last night but not sure if it will still work after all these years.

Best Wishes
Rachel (Lana)
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Shadie37 on Sunday 20 December 09 12:06 GMT (UK)
Hi Rose, if your husbands name is Neil, we're already in touch, if not my mother (Rosemary) is a Didlick, we have family still living in Ludlow and around Kidderminster area.

Sylvia xxx
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: RosemaryD on Sunday 20 December 09 15:00 GMT (UK)
Hi Sylvia, nice to say hello again.  I've got you on my facebook haven't I?  It's been brilliant for  catching up with rellies and updating info.  Hope you all have a wonderful Christmas and best wishes for 2010.

Love Rose XX :)
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Shadie37 on Sunday 20 December 09 15:51 GMT (UK)
 Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Reply #49 on: Today at 15:00:47  

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Hi Sylvia, nice to say hello again.  I've got you on my facebook haven't I?  It's been brilliant for  catching up with rellies and updating info.  Hope you all have a wonderful Christmas and best wishes for 2010.

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Yep, you have. I thought it was you but the pic of the Opera house threw me slightly! lol
Merry Christmas to you too, and all other Didlicks where ever they are. xxx
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: fofofo on Tuesday 22 December 09 10:39 GMT (UK)
Hello, my name is Marnix Alexander de Paula Lopes. I am trying to find a link with Dr. Michael Rawlin who married Yolanda Gwyneth Didlock. I researching the Rawlin family tree. Has anybody heard of this connection? I am trying to find a will of family members (Rawlin) who lived in Wentworth/Wath upon Dearne/Epworth.
As I reside in The Netherlands, any help would be great.
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: yolanda on Saturday 13 March 10 15:17 GMT (UK)
Hello Marnix,

I am Yolanda Gwyneth Didlock at least that was my married name.I am afraid that I am not particularly good on computers yet so my Son (Darren Didlock) is helping. I didnt marry Dr Michael Rawlin although he is a distant relative of mine. Thomas Rawlin of Tankersley is both our Great, Great, Great Grandfather. Thomas rawlin lived at a moated farmhouse (Glebe Farm Tankersley) near Hoyland, Barnsley.
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: mookp1892 on Friday 24 December 10 16:02 GMT (UK)
Hello, I also have didlock/dedlock/didlick ancestors.

I also know someone from australia who shares the same ancestors as me, a lot of info can be found on their website, just look up the didlock surnames under 'Surname List'

>> http://www.thetreeofus.net/

My branch starts with:

Richard Didlock born 1789 Staffordshire, married Sarah Davis.
Known children:
Samuel
Henry
Benjamin
Thomas
David
Isaiah (my Great, Great, Great, Great Grandfather)

Kieran

Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: mikey59 on Sunday 17 July 11 10:29 BST (UK)
Hi, can anybody help me with some info about James Frederick and Nellie Didlick from the Stourbridge area ?

Mike.
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Manchester Rambler on Sunday 17 July 11 11:50 BST (UK)
I can see a birth registration on Free BMD for a James Frederick DIDLICK, Jun Q 1909 (Stourbridge 6c 59) - if that sounds possible, a good starting place to find his parents would be the 1911 census. 

James F DIDLICK married Nellie NORRIS, Dec Q 1932 (Stourbridge 6c 101).

Rambler
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Woody32 on Sunday 17 July 11 11:58 BST (UK)
Parents could be..
 
Arthur Thomas Didlick b c 1876 and Ann Maria Chapman b c1867
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: mikey59 on Sunday 17 July 11 17:56 BST (UK)
I can see a birth registration on Free BMD for a James Frederick DIDLICK, Jun Q 1909 (Stourbridge 6c 59) - if that sounds possible, a good starting place to find his parents would be the 1911 census.

James F DIDLICK married Nellie NORRIS, Dec Q 1932 (Stourbridge 6c 101).

Rambler

Cheers Rambler. That looks spot-on. All i know so far is their names and they married in Stourbridge in 1932.

Mike.
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: mikey59 on Sunday 17 July 11 18:00 BST (UK)
Thanks Woody.

Me thinks i've got some checking up to do.

Mike
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: banditturbo on Sunday 31 July 11 22:02 BST (UK)
james frederick didlicks father was arthur thomas didlick born 1874 his mother was ann marie bournes born 1867

James frederick and nellie norris were my grandparents
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: ShammyJ on Saturday 29 September 12 22:11 BST (UK)
Hi, I've just registered with Roots.com so I could reply to this thread - so bear with a beginner if my message appears mid-way through the chat.

I don't know whether it is relevant, but I hope it can help Rosemary's original question.  My grandmother's maiden name was Didlick, from Clee Hill in Shropshire, she was born in the early 1900s, Edith Mary Didlick, with a sister Lillian, and brothers Walter, and Thomas (although Thomas could have been her uncle, my memory is hazy).

Kind regards
Sam
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: RosemaryD on Saturday 29 September 12 22:38 BST (UK)
Hi Sam,  thanks for replying.  I've just found your grandmother on the family tree, daughter of William & Molly nee Gwilt.  I have them down as having 11 children and Edith was their 3rd child born in 1908.  Did she marry someone call Mr Pardoe?  Would be great to hear some more from you.

Kind regards, Rosemary  :)
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Jodie1987 on Sunday 30 September 12 18:17 BST (UK)
Hi there i am also researching my family..... Surname Didlock/didlick/dudlick/dudlicke there are many varieties of this surname so far i have traced my direct lineage back to John Dudlicke born. 1612 in Cleobury Mortimer in shropshire, which is where i am living, please i would really love to know everything possible about this family of mine, so any info would be great my great great grandmother is Ellen Didlock born, July 1867 in Dudley, she married Charles Benbow (another side i'm trying to trace but not having much luck) on 16 Dec 1889. If you would like to know anything else about my family please don't hesitate to contact me (*)
Kind Regards
Jodie

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Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Jodie1987 on Sunday 30 September 12 18:35 BST (UK)
Hi, Lana i'm interested in the your post about William Didlick & Rebecca Beddows as they are my 8 times great grandparents, any info would be amazing!!!!! :) the amount i have is already amazing but anything would be fantastic many thanks Jodie
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: homeguard on Saturday 06 April 13 19:32 BST (UK)
Hello, saw this old post about the Didlock family and wondered if anyone had come across Ann Didlock who married a Richard Matthews about 1856, many thanks
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: RosemaryD on Saturday 06 April 13 19:53 BST (UK)
Hi, do you know who Ann's parents were please?  I have a couple of Ann DIDLOCKS but they are too young I think but could the name have been DIDLICK as I have several of them, some of which I have no info of their spouse.   ???  Any other info that I might be able to match up would help.  Hope we can find her!  :) 
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: homeguard on Saturday 06 April 13 20:05 BST (UK)
Hi, yes it should have been Didlick ! her parents might have been John and Sarah, hope this helps many thanks.
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Mary Minton on Tuesday 05 May 15 22:18 BST (UK)
I have 3 Dudlicks in my tree all early 1500's and from Shropshire, if you think there is a connection, I can give you more info.
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: sremmus on Sunday 06 September 15 07:13 BST (UK)
Hi, I am helping my partner to trace his family tree. We have been looking at Nellie or Nelly Didlick. She is his paternal great-grandmother, born 1895 and died 1958 in Coalville Leicestershire. His family originates from Shropshire but we are unable to trace Nelly's family. Can you help?
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Cazza59 on Sunday 06 September 15 09:53 BST (UK)
There was a Nellie Didlick born to parents George and Sarah Ann Didlick in Caynham, Shropshire, which is were my connection to the Didlick family comes from through Mary Ann Wilkinson.

This Nellie was baptised on 20 October 1895.

Caz
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Cazza59 on Sunday 06 September 15 10:01 BST (UK)
Looks like George Didlick married Sarah Ann Evans in 1882.  They also had a son George bon in 1887.

In the 1911 census, they appear living in Hope Bagot, Shropshire with daughters Mary 20; Nelly (new spelling) 15; Alice 12; Annie 9.

Do any of these names help?

Caz
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: sremmus on Thursday 24 September 15 11:22 BST (UK)
What we have found so far in our family is Nellie Didlick born 22 september 1895, died 24 March 1958 in Coalville, Leicestershire, England. Sarah Ann Didlick born  April 1883 in Ludlow, Shropshire married Herbert Henry Fenn.
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: Mary Minton on Thursday 12 January 17 11:22 GMT (UK)
I have Dudlick in my tree, the earliest is Thomas born c 1510 daughter Joan born 1535 married Philip Speake of Priestweston Shropshire b 1533- d 1580
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: NealVincent on Monday 06 February 17 21:13 GMT (UK)

Hello,

My name is Neal and I am looking for info on the Didlick family tree.
The oldest member is
Richard Didlick 17311772
BIRTH 25 JUL 1731 Caynham, Shropshire, England
DEATH 1772 Caynham, Shropshire

It would be great to get farther back.

Thank you Neal V Powell
Title: Re: DIDLICK/DIDLOCK Family
Post by: NealVincent on Monday 06 February 17 21:17 GMT (UK)
Hello,

My name is Neal and I am looking for info on the Didlick family tree.
The oldest member is
Richard Didlick 17311772
BIRTH 25 JUL 1731 Caynham, Shropshire, England
DEATH 1772 Caynham, Shropshire

It would be great to get farther back.

Thank you Neal V Powell