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PARTRIDGE
« on: Monday 09 October 06 09:12 BST (UK) »
Partridge from Darlaston, West Bromwich

Any relations, please respond

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Re: PARTRIDGE
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 24 July 07 11:30 BST (UK) »
Hi

Just come across your message - I have Partridges from Darlaston in my tree. Hannah Partridge (1825-93) was my 3xg grandmother. Think I can trace her back to Isaac Partridge born c1714 in Darlaston.

Any connection?

Margaret

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Re: PARTRIDGE
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 24 July 07 22:27 BST (UK) »
Margaret

Sarah Partridge 1814-1889 had parents Sarah (nee Partridge) from Darlaston and John Watson. They were married in 1798 and he was in the gunmakers trade. I do not have other details as yet, but I know that there were twins in the family. Do you have any other details?

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Re: PARTRIDGE
« Reply #3 on: Thursday 13 December 07 14:21 GMT (UK) »
I am related to the Partidges of Darlaston too! I haven't got my notes with me at the moment, but my grandmother was Elsie Nellie Partidge who was born in Sheffield, but whose ancestors were from Darlaston. I've got lots of details.

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Simon

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Re: PARTRIDGE
« Reply #4 on: Friday 14 December 07 12:28 GMT (UK) »
Hi Simon,

I'd love to find out if we are related. The Partridge's are such a large family, so I'm hoping to find definate proof of any relatives.
What info do you have?

Merry Xmas,

Zena

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Re: PARTRIDGE
« Reply #5 on: Friday 14 December 07 18:52 GMT (UK) »
My grandmother was Nellie Elsie Partridge b.1903 in Sheffield (married Thomas Henry Rollitt in Sheffield). Died in Sheffield in 1968.

Her father was John ('Jack') Partridge b.1880 in Sheffield.

His father was James Partridge b.1835 in Darlaston. He married Mary Ditheridge in Walsall in 1859.

His father was Samuel Partridge b.1794 in Darlaston. He married Maria Pouton in West Bromwich in 1831. Samuel was a gun lock filer.

His father was Philip Partridge b.about 1765. He married Mary Bradley in West Bromwich in 1788.

Are we related? Where? I have more details about these people and some of their siblings.

Merry Christmas,
Simon  :)

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Re: PARTRIDGE
« Reply #6 on: Saturday 15 December 07 12:16 GMT (UK) »
Simon,

I will have to check up on details with my family over Xmas/New Year, so will let you know if there is any relationship.

Zena

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Re: PARTRIDGE
« Reply #7 on: Saturday 15 December 07 17:19 GMT (UK) »
We must be related - Partridge, Darlaston, gun-related industry. Just have to find out how. Various generations did have lots of children though, so might proove tricky.

Simon

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Re: PARTRIDGE
« Reply #8 on: Saturday 13 December 14 18:40 GMT (UK) »
Hi,
I am connected to the Partridge's via my maternal line.

 My 2x Great Grandfather was William Partridge, b. 1785 d. 1852, Gun & Lock Smith of Darlaston, m. 1. Elizabeth Samson 19 Nov 1808. b. 1788 d. 1823. m.2 Nancy Pew 9 Nov 1823, b. 1803 d. 1863.

William Had a very large family by today's standards, totalling 10 children.
From m.1

Job b. 181 d.1873 Gun & Lock maker Darlaston. m. Phoebe Dawes 2Q 1847.b. 1820 d. 1899.

Marianne b. 1811. d. 1830.

Sarah b. 1814. d. 1818.

Enoch b. 1815 d. 1878 Gun & Lock manufacturer Darlaston. m. Eleanor Benton 1Q 1848 b.1826 d. 1889. They had 4 son's 3 of which were in the engineering profession.

Simeon b.1819 d. 1887. m. Tallow Chandler of Darlaston. m. Harriet Court Whitehouse 3Q 1849,
b.1824, d. 1891.

James b.1821 d. 1826.

Elizabeth b. 1823

m.2

Moses b. 1825 d. 1832.

James b. 1826, d. 1826.

Samuel b. 1827 .d 1907 Surgeon Darlaston. m. Martha Cornelia Garman 1860,
b.1835  d.1916.

I hope the above is of interest to you, I realise that some of the detail above my conflict with some of those who have contacted you previously. I too also have many supporting documents, Census, B,M,D's, probate and some Christening/Baptism records.

I would be most grateful to hear if you or anyone else who may have any information regarding furthering the knowledge of the family. My aim would, if its possible link the Partridge's to those of the Wishanger Manor in Wiltshire, dating back to the 11 hundreds.

Regards

Paul. :)