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As the Day pf Remeberence has arrived I think of family I didnt know who died during both wars my respect goes out to them and all there commarades who were killed with them.
I remember ARTHUR EDWIN BOTT of the KRRC and several other family I AM TRYING TO FIND OUT ABOUT...
Hi to you all,
Regards the cup............... sorting through my beloved late husbands things I have come across loads of Aston Villa memorabilia such as programmes dating from the 1950's autograph newspaper cutting, little badges with pictures on, enamel badges, a signed away shirt from the...
Michael dies 1905 age 64.
John married age 29yrs Beatrice Christain Husband age 20yrs on the 25 Dec. 1905 at Hockley All Saints. (Father deceased)
John was killed in WW1 in France on the 3rd September 1916. He had at least 3 children.
I have found them in 1891 living in Icknield Street. Michael's name is listed as MICHALL KELLY age 50 born Ireland, Wife LUCY age 36 b. Gloucester.
John KELLY age 14 b. Warwickshire.
Amy BODDINGTON age 14 b. Warwickshire.
Florence BODDINGTON age 14 b. Warwickshire.
Hello lyn, sadly that too is not the one I am interested in. It showed the bus stop quite close up with the 2 ladies in what, if I remember wearing summer frocks and they could of had baskets. I feel so mad with myself for not saving the picture :(
Thanks again lyn for your reply and yes I...
Thank you all for your replies. Sadly this is not the picture. The ladies are facing the camera and it is quite close up. The reason I would like to see it is because one of the ladies looked very much like my Grandmother. Thank you all again and sorry for the delay in answering, not been too...
There was a photograph of two ladies standing at a bus stop in the forum but sadly I can't remember where. It was a large photo taken about 1950s.
I don't know where to start looking. I was hoping it was in Nechells/ Alum Rock area and I think they were off to town.
I know it a...
Thank you Pedrocut for showing the map of Wyndley Pool. the road on the right hand side of the map is, I believe Clifton Road and one of the first houses shown was where I lived as a youngster. It is of course no longer there :-(