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Genealogy in Staffordshire.
This Staffordshire genealogy group is dedicated to helping people with researching their ancestors in Staffordshire, England, offering a genealogy chatroom, Staffordshire genealogy links and a Staffordshire genealogy message forum.
Latest Activity: Oct 15
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Have any of you encountered immigration papers stating only the name of 1 person in the family as on board when you know there were probably several family members along with ? Do you just assume they all came along at same time? Sometimes the…Continue
My 2x Great Grandmother Eliza Wigley death certificate in Ontario,Canada states her birth in England about 1844(also on the headstone) and the parents are Edward Wigley and Bathsheba Cooper.Edward Wigley and family can be located on the 1861 Census…Continue
I am trying to find the birth of my GG Grandfather. I believe it was about 1815 and in Wednesbury, Staffordshire, England. On 19 Oct. 1840 he married Mary Mason at St. Martin's in Tipton. I have the GRO cert. I've been able to trace him through…Continue
Benjamin and Mary Sleeth and their son William Sleeth/SleithAfter 9 years of searching I have only been able to find a marriage record for Benjamin and Mary. They definitely marry in 1753 at Abbotts Bromley, Staffordshire. Both surnames have many…Continue
I'm trying to find my GG Grandmother's birth. On 19 Oct. 1840 she married William Lester at St. Martin's Church in Tipton, Staffordshire, England. I have the GRO cert. I have followed them through census' 1841 Wednesbury, Darlston Road, 1851…Continue
HiMy 3x Gt grandfather,William Padmore married Margaret Richards in the Penkridge area in November 1794Im looking to find his father but I have 3 possible Williams, all born in the same parish (St Marys,Stafford) in a 13 year period but I cant seem…Continue
My great grand father John Blagg born 1819 was tried at Staffordshire court on 3rd January 1841 and transported to Van Diemens Land, his convict description said he had the mark of where a wedding ring had been, he stated that he was single, but the…Continue