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Would SKS please be kind enough to look up my mother on the 1939 Registration?
1939 Register Transcription (Preview)
Russell Household Nottingham C.B., Nottinghamshire, England
First name(s) Last name(s) Birth year
Kathleen M Bullock 1924
Albert Russell and 2 more people are...
Trying to find out the name of a club/disco we went to in the mid 60s, racking my brains to no avail, out on the borders of Birmingham, Rednal, go to the top of Rose Hill (From Chalet Island) and at the Lickey Church turn left into Warren Lane,left again into Warren Lane, follow...
Well not me.............
But if you lived in Ridley Street (rear of Saint Thomas Church, Holloway Head) in 1955 to 1960
and a girl, which senior school would have been in your catchment area please ?
I wondered if SKS could possibly help with a trade directory look up for Pitsford Street, (Jewellery Quarter)
There was around 1959/1960 a Lost Wax Jewellery Casting Company (Gold & Silver) operating at the top end of Pitsford Street
Vyse Street End, I understand they moved across the Jewellery...
Beaumont Terrace, Lodge Road. All Saints.
Would anyone know the wherabouts of Beaumont Terrace in Lodge Road please,
was it at the top end by Winson Green or the Bottom end by Scribbans ?
Any help locating the terrace greatly appreciated.
Can some kind soul please help with a problem I have finding a family on the 1911 census ?
I have a subscription to Find my past" but for the life of me I cannot find the family at all in 1911.
On the 1901 census I have Charles MORGAN aged 26 (1875), his wife Elizabeth A MORGAN aged...
I wonder if it is possible for SKS to do a trade directory look up if available please.
Looking for the address in Birmingham of PARAGON HEATING & VENILATION. circa late 50s early 60s (1960)
If my memory serves me correct should be around Snow Hill area.
Would go in the Birmingham...
Apologies if previously posted...........
Although I have not lived in Birmingham for many years, there are a surprisingly number of words I still use .........
Wondered if SKS would be kind enough to look in the Electoral Roll please
for Thomas (W) Benton, he married Eliza (A) Bodfish in 1920
possibly residing in the Winson Green area.
Children, Minnie 1921, Gladys 1923, Thomas 1925, Stanley 1928, Jean 1931, Lillian 1935.
Can anyone make out the name or offer any clues as to the of informant on this death cert please
The first name is Ellen?
The surname starts with an S (I gathered this from another word on DC)
The cert was issued to the daughter at 10a Mostyn Street Llandudno June 1950
Born Weymouth 1882,
A Railway Man, I understand he came to Birmingham from Truro, Cornwall (not much difference :-)
in the 1930s, he must have stayed in Birmingham for his demise was registered Dec Qtr 1960.
Would appreciate a look on the electoral rolls if at all possible please prior to WW11...
Good evening folks,
Wondered if any kind soul would be kind enough to search for....
Frederick Arkless, could be using Frank not Frederick, demobbed from France 1920
Born 1892 deceased 1956, both Birmingham.
Not to be confused with his father Francis, married to Jessie.
Had this image for a while now, but lost in the realms of my PC, taken in the 1950s I guess, and now Georges Cafe, but it looks to have been a pub in its earlier years, any one know if it was a pub, and if so its name?
The old guy is standing at the entrance to Cemetery Drive I...
From another forum....
Sorry, this programme is not available to listen again. (why?)
Last broadcast today, 10:45 on BBC Radio 4 (see all broadcasts).
Today, 19:45 on BBC Radio 4
Synopsis Part of a series of programmes...
LONDON (AP) — Rare color footage of the bomb damage inflicted on London during World War II has surfaced on the eve of the 70th anniversary of the Blitz. The dramatic footage shows the destruction of several London landmarks, including the flagship John Lewis store on Oxford Street.
I wondered if SKS would mind looking up the following family please.
Frank & Minnie (G) Morgan
In the 1930s/40s they would possibly have had their three lads with them
Frank, George & John.
Last sighting the 1911 census at 9/23 Barford Street, Ladywood.
Any help greatly appreciated.
Would SKS please be kind enough to post the link to the Birmingham Civilian War Casualties web page, I
lost my bookmark and searches under google have proved fruitless, I think it came under "Barras" ?
As any of our esteemed posters a photograph of the "Shakespeare" public house on the corner of Summer Row & Lionel Street please?
Turn of the century would be absolutely amazing too if anyone can help? (Lynn ? :))