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February 22nd 2021
08:40:05 PM
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Tony Smith

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West Midlands

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Clive,hope you are both well.
I have returned to the old brick wall of James Burns,he of W-0ton,Enfield etc origin.I had begun to question if he had unwittingly posted some red herrings,so I looked at 1861 census returns for Edmonton and found there a James,three years old ,but whose parents were Herbert and Agnes Burns! A coincedence is that Albert and John both worked at an Armoury)Royal Enfield?) as well , they maybe related.
I may have made 2 plus 2 =5 but could this be our James who was \"adopted\" by John and Betsey and brought to live in our glorious city?.I would love your thoughts on this maybe flight of fancy.Tony

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January 29th 2021
11:40:47 AM
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Alan Goodare

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Googled ancestor\'s name: Abraham Goodare

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Poynton, Cheshire, UK

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Just dabbling into researching my family tree and curiously googled a known ancestor\'s name. My grandfather was Horace James Goodare (my father was an only child, so there are no other branches there), son of John Goodare, son of Abraham Goodare. Your site seems to suggest that his father was George Goodare, so that could take me a further generation back. Mine is an unusual surname, so I am interested in learning of further connections and family history. I seem to be descended from sawyers and my grandfather was an iron turner. Fascinating site!

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December 3rd 2020
02:29:40 PM
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Emma Stevens

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Googling family names

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Ledbury

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Hi, it seems we have the Evanses of Wolverhampton in common - Edward Owen and Edith Jane are my great grandparents, via my Grandad John Wilkes Evans.

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October 27th 2020
10:44:57 PM
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Patricia Martin

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search engine

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Wolverhampton

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I appear to be descended from Elizabeth Cotterill b 1753 (parents Samuel & Elizabeth), she married a James Jones. The men all seems to have been stocklockmakers and I have a DNA match to descendant of Elizabeth\'s sister Mary Cotterill who married a George Willington. I cannot find any info on James Jones, but my descent is as follows: James Jones, Daniel Jones b1798 Wton, Allen Jones b1834 Wton, Joseph Jones b1855 Wton, Joseph Jones b1880 Wton, Reginald Jones b1919, the latter being my father. Would be interested in any other connections.

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September 17th 2020
12:32:28 PM
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Bill Egginton

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Family

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Wolverhampton

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Hi Clive Just hving a look round, will msg you

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August 19th 2020
08:36:19 AM
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Caroline Pritchard

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Philadelphia PA

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Looking for Pritchard history, found some new-to-me photos. Will be reading more soon.
Thanks,
Caroline

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August 14th 2020
09:00:48 PM
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Martin Jones

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Sedgley

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Today i was looking for the grave of Colonel Nayler in Gospel End Street Graveyard Sedgley and came across Walter and Lavia Egginton\'s grave. It says this Walter died in 1945 - but I believe the Walter who ran Eggintons in the Bull Ring lived until the 60s. So thwy were different people - a different branch of the same family ?

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August 11th 2020
08:31:15 PM
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Kerry Smith

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Staffordshire

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Hi I\'m doing my family tree and believe that James burns is my great great grandfather

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July 17th 2020
05:09:49 AM
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Patricia McGregor née Wallace

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Looked up Egginton

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NewZealand

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My great great grandfather was Isaac Egginton aka Egerton who came to NZ from Parkhurst prison aged17 I have no history of his ancestry. Prior to his being sent here as a prisoner.

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April 29th 2020
10:14:11 PM
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Kathryn Drake

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Belgium

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Hi there, I\'m researching my great grandmother Lizzie Harper (married William Drake), S-O-T, Staffs/Shropshire whose mother was Eliza Stephan (of Edwin Stephan and Ellen Roberts). I know that the Drake\'s and Harper\'s in my family worked a lot in the pottery and engraving business in Staffordshire (Fenton, Stoke on Trent).

I\'ve been trying to fill in the gaps as my grandfather knew very little of his mother\'s family (the Harper\'s).

Wondering what you might think of the connections to the Stephan\'s? Kind regards!

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