Edward Meredith absent voter list 1918-1919 Originally uploaded by timsunter A lucky break meant I stumbled on the list of absent voters in 19-18-1919 in Stourbrige. Included in this was grandfather Edward Meredith ending the mystery of where he did his war service during the Great War…
Please click here for a link to the Meredith Family line as far back as I’ve got it so far. Hopefully this will help with referencing the articles.
1901, Who, What , Where, When What our ancestors were up to according to the 1901 Census…
A summary of ancestors whereabouts and goings on 98 years ago…
Fred’s poem written aged 12 and published in The Pear Tree – The Magazine of the Stourbridge County High School, Vol 1 No 7, Autumn term, 1935
Oh dear…the maths, the maths.
Mount Pleasant Kingswinford Joseph Merideth, Head, married, 30, Lab, Worcester Hyde Park Ann Merideth, Wife, married, 29, Worcester, Enville Eliza Merideth, Daughter, unmarried, 9, scholar, Worcester, Wollaston Mary Merideth, Daugher, unm, 7, scholar, Worcester Wollaston Joseph Merideth, son, 1,Worcester, Wollaston Interesting to note that the children were listed as being born in Wollaston. Could it […]
By 1881 the Merediths, Joseph and Ann were living at Checkhill – not far from where Ashwood Nurseries are today. The Hills were alive and well and living at Highgrove – between Kinver and the Whitington pub. But tragedy was not far away for the Meredith family. Two young children were to die, whilst there […]
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