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    Steelhouse Lane Police Station..the End Of An Era

    Look forward to seeing your photos. We visited today but unfortunately didn't stay for the ceremony.
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    Hooper Albert 1888

    Thanks Albert served in Mesopotamia WW1 May was Alberts sister I believe she was the youngest, also believe she married William Lears Oct 1913 in Birmingham thanks again :-)
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    Hooper Albert 1888

    Re: Albert Hooper 1888 Another question I have, Is it possible to find Alberts family on electoral roll from 1921 address 18 Winson St to 1924 when family believe they left to move to Bilston. Or is it something we have to wait patiently for 1921 census :-( thanks
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    Hooper Albert 1888

    Re: Albert Hooper 1888 That's great thank you appreciate the look up.
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    Hooper Albert 1888

    Hi all sorry I've not posted for a while, but I have been keeping up with what's discussed, I have lots of questions regarding my great grandad, hoping you can help, i have completed a search on here for shoe shops, occupations, and companies. Where would I find out or start looking for info on...
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    Lady Leaver has information on the following surnames.

    Hi Lady Leaver Only just spotted this post looks interesting I'm interested in the following family names you have on your list Hunt, Nichols, Yates. Thank you Inbox me if you need anymore info Thanx again Mandy
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    Where was his station

    Thank you George appreciate the help :-)
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    Where was his station

    I've been googling but with no luck does anyone have any photos of the police station, my great great grandad was prob based at, or streets around it he lived in Barford Rd, winson st, moiliette st, or Henry or is it Henley st Thanx
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    Crowley family

    Hi Briony Nice to meet you I don't recognise any of your names, I have looked at what relations I have found, sorry but there's none that match, will keep my eyes open in case anything turns up. Good luck with your search Mandy
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    Hooper family info please

    Yes that's them and Mary goes on to run Prince Alfred Tavern in great Lister st age 81 ish. However we couldnt find a pub and have since found it wasn't a pub but she was licensed to sell alcohol. Thanx for the look ups so far much appreciated Looking forward to what else you guys can dig up x
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    Hooper family info please

    Hope this in the right place please move if not Looking for any info on my great Grandad's brothers also if they did or didn't serve in ww1 Parents were John Crawford Hooper & Mary Ann Cummings William Hooper1871-1919 (48) pre war he was a car cleaner trams. Also family think he was...
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    Where was his station

    Thank you everyone, again some interesting reading there. Mandy x
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    Warstone Lane Cemetery

    Thank you everyone some interesting reading Very much appreciated Mandy x
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    Where was his station

    Hi Rosie Thanx for the quick reply Look forward to Astonian looking in on this one then x Thanx Mandy x
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    Warstone Lane Cemetery

    My great great grandad John C Hooper (policeman) is buried in warstone lane cemetary. If anyone is visiting would they mind taking a photo of the area he is buried in please, thats if it is possible to do so Thanks He is buried in a public grave section p grave no 1582 Thank you Mandy x
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    Where was his station

    Hi My great great grandad John C Hooper was a policeman serving in Birmingham. He joined in 1875 left 1901 His address in 1901 looks like Mailett or Moillett St (was this in or near the jewellery quarter) How do I find out what station he was based at. Thanx Mandy
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    Gloucestershire regiment

    Thank you everyone My cousins are also researching and we now have photos of the brothers graves in France, one was killed in action the other died from wounds Must visit France some time.. Also have posted on another thread bout George Brocas Crowley and have had some prompt replies. Really...
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    Crowley family

    Wow thanks Really do appreciate the help. Wonder why he didn't go in bantham unit like his brothers as he was only (5ft 3)little too? What does S.A.T.S stand for?
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    Crowley family

    Looking for info please on George Brocas Crowley DoB 1891 not sure if he served in ww1, haven't found anything as yet. DoD 8.7.1965 74 believe he married twice Residence 33 Barford rd Birmingham in 1911 Parents George Crowley 1864 & Clara Pennell 1866 Thanx
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    Hooper family

    Will do thank you
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