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hi does anyone remember burns cafe 1676 bristol road south rednal, it was my grandparents transport cafe and used to have all the lorry and car drivers in from the longbridge plant in the early sixties
hi claire will double check my info i believe hetty,etty and esther are one and the same just variants of name i have a marriage date for joseph and esther marriage has 23 sep 1832 at st martins church birmingham
hi claire, just seen your post you have contacted me on ancestry but not sure if u go my repliy the cowdrill i have in my family is by marriage my gt gt grandmothers first husband was william cowdrill born 1849 his parents were joseph cowdrill 1812 to 1870 and esther bennett 1813 to 1876
hi everyone, have been going through some old post cards addressed to my gt grandmather at cornish brothers was wondering if anyone had any info on cornish brothers believe it may have been bookshop early 1918 many thanks kim
hi can anyone help me i have just found this to be an address of my gt gt gt gt grandparents was wondering if anyone had pic of this pub or any info, the address from 1891 census 30 1/2 lancaster st red lion john and mary ann hill
hi thanks for the information and pics its a great help, my gt gt grandfather was samuel lloyd wife elizabeth and were there in 1891 accordinding to census. another of my relatives lived in moland st court19 house2 michael burns a shoemaker
hi im new to this and i am trying to trace a michael burns born c1853 i beleive his father to be a george burns both were shoemakers can trace michael in census but cant find a birth or death record any suggestions
many thanks kim