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    Blakeland Street Little Bromwich

    I remember the Fullards very well. In the 1950/60s I played with Carol Fullard and my older brother played with her older brother Tony. The 1861 Census shows that numbers 73 and 74 Blakeland St were occupied by the Aston and Williams families respectively. They seemed to move about within the...
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    Blakeland Street Little Bromwich

    I was born in Blakeland St, an Aston. My Grandmas maiden name was Flavell and her Mother was a Williams. It seemed the scrap metal dealers married into other scrap metal dealers families in the street. I believe a great aunt married into the Lewis family. I would love to know who built the...
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