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Offline alveleyhistorian

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Re: 1901 census Bishop
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 25 June 05 11:44 BST (UK) »
Hello,
Many thanks for the info.
Joyce Evans Married John Clews in 1875 in Kings Norton.
In 1881 they were living with Thomas Evans in Alveley, in 1901 they were living in Smethwick and Lucy Clews was a servant in Rotten park Edgbaston Birmingham.
Charles Bishop who Lucy married was working at Perry House in Romsley in 1901.
Lucy had a child (Ellen) before she married Charles in 1905, they had 5 other children Brenda, Freda, Elizabeth, Tom and Bill.
Elizabeth(My husbands G mother was born in Romsley)never married but had two children, Jean and Wendy.
Elizabeth was living in Enville when she had Jean(my husbands mother) her husband still lives in Enville.
I know there are still family living in Claverley and i think some in Smethwick and Bridgenorth.
Can you tell me if Thomas Evans was married to Sarah Peat (I think they were Joyces parents)
If you have any more information i would be very grateful.
Kaye
Hi there,
I may be able to fill in a few gaps - if you'd like to send me a copy of your family tree in the post I'll see what I can do.
My home address can be found on my website www.alveleyhistory.co.uk
Look forward to hearing from you
alveleyhistorian

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Re: 1901 census Bishop
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 16 July 16 09:35 BST (UK) »
Hi there, just a quick message..things have rapidly moved on with alveley history, please get in touch  via messages or through my history facebook page.. "alveley family history shropshire"

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