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Your Family by Shell (Member 10233211) on 21-Jul-2009
ancestry forum, connect with others researching your name, i've even connected with cousins didn't know i had. it's FREE>

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Do You Want to Increase Your Income in 2009 ? by David Taylor (Member 10103609) on 31-Dec-2008
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Burchell Family by Carol Ann O'Connor (Member 10233685) on 30-Nov-2008
Hello, I am researching the family of my G-Grandfather George Burchell, his parents names were Allen and Annie. The family lived in Allen's Yard 1881, then moved to Erdington Road sometime in the 1890's. There were a number of children, their names were Blanche (married Rueben Day), George( my G-Grandfather, married Mary Wood), Emma (married John Geraghty), Nelson (married Edith Brunt ), Homer, Ja... more >>   
  • Re: Burchell Family by Ann coffey (Member 10315787) on 12-Sep-2017
    Hi Carol I have just joined this site. My grandmother Ruby Milne nee Burchill was Emma's sister. We used to visit Emma , Eileen(Irene) and Tom when they lived in Stafford St Atherstone. I went to Toms funeral with my nan. Tom never married so had no children. Eileen was a patient in the Caludon Centre at Walsgrave hospital. My nan visited her but I don't know what happened to her.
    I recall relat... more >>

  • Re: Burchell Family by Ann coffey (Member 10315787) on 12-Sep-2017
    Hi there I also remember my Nan telling me that her father was a Stonemason and the family were from Shoreham in Sussex. I've got a small stone ornament that nan said her dad made. I think that her parents died when she was young because she came to Warwickshire to live with Emma .

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Born 12th May 1956 Brian James Bain adopted by Patty Cosby (Member 10093938) on 29-Sep-2007
Searching for my brother whose name before adoption was Brian James Bain dob 12th May 1956 born Doncaster Street Maryhill Glasgow. Mother Mary Mcleod Barclay (maiden name)Bain dob 18th August 1931 any information would be grateful.   
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Escort work by mikal.uk (Member 10145650) on 4-Aug-2006
Are there any young female escorts seeking regular work with one person. If so text 07811125540   
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atherstone school 84-89 by rob (Member 10187643) on 22-Jun-2006
allowing for a few very good teachers and myself being a goofball (at the time and at present) am i alone in thinking that atherstone school offered your classic 'sink or swim', distinctly average, bog standard education. Ahh... sprog bashing, banding (so that if you were bad at maths you got chucked in the same set for art, design, science etc.), getting locked outside at break, those maths te... more >>   
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Looking for Dawn by beryl Butler (Member 10178720) on 15-May-2006
I am seaching for my grandaughter Dawn Butler who lived in stratford ave Atherstone with her mum, Kim Butler. She may have moved to Nuneaton if you know of her whereabouts or any way to contact her, please email berylv@iprimus.com.au   
  • Re: Looking for Dawn by Madhatter (Member 10193746) on 18-Sep-2006
    Dawn is still at that address acccording to electoral roll

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pat aherne by geoffrey clack (Member 10046576) on 20-Oct-2004
HI PAT
HOPE THIS GETS TO YOU. MISSED YOU UP THE HEART. HEARD YOU WERE ASKING ABOUT ME.EVEN YOU AT YOUR AGE HAS PROBABLY GOT A COMPUTER. HOPE YOUR OK AND THE KIDS. HAVE TO MEET UP ONE SUNDAY MORNING DOWN THE TOWN

REGARDS

CLACKY
  
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Atherstone High School 1968 - 1971 by Mark Fulton (Member 10118799) on 2-Mar-2004
I attended Atherstone High School between 1968 -1971, starting from the 3rd year. My form teacher was Mr Colvin. Anyone remember me ? Like to say hello ??   
  • Re: Atherstone High School 1968 - 1971 by alan talbott (Member 10197421) on 12-Nov-2006
    R U the same Mark Fulton from Royal Meadow Drive if so glad to hear your still on this planet - tabby

  • Re: Atherstone High School 1968 - 1971 by Mark (Member 10226365) on 19-May-2008
    Yep thats me. I remember you Alan, I used to live at 70 Royal Meadow. Where are you living now. I remember you joining the army, and coming to see me play with the Everglades and Terrafirma. I have been a pro bassist for the last few years and have recently started a part time job to supplement the income. You can email me at markfulton@hotmail.co.uk

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Old School Friends & Location of the Hollow by Melanie Pemberton (Member 10101028) on 5-Jan-2004
Hello from Wellington, New Zealand.

I am hoping to catch up with old school friends Louisa Curle and Elane Evans who would have left Atherstone School in 1988/89 - if you know where either of these two can be found, please let me know. Elane last know of in France.

Secondly, doing some genealogy research and one ancestor recorded as living in 'The Hollow', Atherstone. Can anyone narrow thi... more >>
  
  • Re: Old School Friends & Location of the Hollow by Matt Foster (Member 10131820) on 9-Sep-2004
    Hi Melanie. My name is Matt Foster and Elane Evans (Elane Higgins) is my sister-in-law. She still lives in Atherstone with her husband Rob. I'll let her know about you when I see her next.

  • Re: Old School Friends & Location of the Hollow by Jim (Member 10132716) on 24-Sep-2004
    Hello Mel, I have more information for you as well. You may contact me at jstevens612@yahoo.com
    All the best Jim

  • Re: Old School Friends & Location of the Hollow by john bance (Member 10138150) on 21-Nov-2004
    Hi Mel
    I think we may have met some!where in India,or was it Inkpen,all the best,
    jb

  • Re: Old School Friends & Location of the Hollow by louisa read (curle) (Member 10243558) on 6-Jan-2010
    hello mel

    hope you are well. sorry i have lost touch with you in recent months. lost my old facebook account and couldnt find you again.

    please re... more >>

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used to live in atherstone...... by kate evans (Member 10109516) on 6-Nov-2003
hi, im 18 years old, and used to live with my parents in windmill rad until i was 3. i remember some names including a boy i was friends with paul buttler. if anyone knows anyone who would know me let me know! i used to live in number 53 and we are welsh!   
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furniture by shelagh (Member 10108216) on 24-Oct-2003
HI THERE. ANYONE NEED A THREE SEATER, 2 SEATER AND ARMCHAIR, WITH MATCHING POUFFE. LARGE TEAK TABLE AND 6 CHAIRS. 2 LARGE TEAK CABINETS. TV CABINET WITH ROOM FOR VIDEO. BEDROOM CHESTS OF DRAWERS. EVERYTHING MUST GO. 50.00 THE LOT. OR NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED. BUYER COLLECTS FROM 3RD FLOOR FLAT IN ATHERSTONE. SO HUNKY MEN REQUIRED FOR THE MOVE! PLEASE REPLY TO prker991@yahoo.com   
  • Re: furniture by shelagh (Member 10108216) on 7-Nov-2003
    furniture gone now.

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Atherstone High School Reunion - Class of 1993 by School Reunion - Class of 1993 (Member 10092986) on 7-Apr-2003
Did you leave the high school in 1993? If so a school reunion has been organised for this summer. For more details email:

atherstone_high_school_reunion@hotmail.com

for more details :-)
  
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old friend by michael palfreyman (Member 10087581) on 10-Feb-2003
Can any one from atherstone help???.Im just wondering if any one knows sarah gibson,she has a sister called louise.They used to live by the adders on the new estate.Havent seen her scince 1987.Would love to know how she is.   
  • Re: old friend by michael palfreyman (Member 10087581) on 14-Feb-2003
    any chance u could e-mail me with details?where she buried?

  • Re: old friend by michael palfreyman (Member 10087581) on 14-Feb-2003
    mickdelish@hotmail.com

  • Re: old friend by michael palfreyman (Member 10087581) on 14-Feb-2003
    I cant find your site.Please e-mail me as soon as you get this.

  • Re: old friend by michael palfreyman (Member 10087581) on 14-Feb-2003
    u ass hole i saw louise 2nite sarah,s in bournemouth u prick.

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Family Research by Mark Hitchins (Member 10073845) on 23-Jul-2002
I am trying to trace a family by the name of Smith, who used to line in Baddesley Ensor in the 1960's.
Their oldest daughter was called Susan, can anyone help please?

mark_hitchins@mitel.com
  
  • Re: Family Research by barbara harcombe (Member 10238857) on 11-Jul-2009
    I know the whereabouts of the smith family. I you would like to contact me I can help you

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searching for old friend by simon riggs (Member 10034374) on 3-Mar-2002
does anyone know the whereabouts of an old friend of mine called Lee Neal he lived on croft road near the swimming baths and his nickname was boney .   
  • Re: searching for old friend by Mr.Mister (Member 10078917) on 26-Oct-2002
    why not ring her? she has sold the business but still works there.

    (01827) 714667

    0044 1827 714667 international i think - maybe....

  • Re: searching for old friend by michael palfreyman (Member 10087581) on 16-Jan-2003
    are you the simon riggs formerly of bank road?????

  • Re: searching for old friend by simon riggs (Member 10034374) on 18-Mar-2003
    yes i am that simon riggs why?

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looking for Helen Wakerly old pen pal by Lisa Reed Sementkowski (Member 10057081) on 28-Jan-2002
Her Mum lived somewhere called Croft House, Grendon, Atherstone, Warks. Can anyone help?

friend from US
  
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Savery/Tricklebank connection by Sylvia (Member 10034936) on 9-Jun-2001
Any one left in Atherstone who remembers the Tricklebank/Savery's who lived Church St and Erdington Road abt.1920. Albert William Savery was a publican in Long Street,does anyone know how to find which pub it could have been   
  • Re: Savery/Tricklebank connection by valerie pickard (Member 10039927) on 5-Aug-2001
    Hello Sylvia, I can help on this. I lived in Erdington Rd in the 1940's & 50's & remember names- Marcia,Shirley. Albert Savery was a distant cousin of my father. I can find the name of the pub,probably.

  • Re: Savery/Tricklebank connection by stan (Member 10048982) on 1-Nov-2001
    hi, do you remember the dexters who lived round the corner in stanley rd? and the two shops?

  • Re: Savery/Tricklebank connection by stan (Member 10048982) on 27-Nov-2001
    dont forget there used to dozens of pubs in atherstone back then, most have long since gone.

  • Re: Savery/Tricklebank connection by Sylvia (Member 10034936) on 6-Jan-2002
    Stan,
    Do you know of any info relating to the Coach and Horses that may have been on Long St, circa 1886.
    Also any ideas on what Atherstone P.S.A. stood for...to do with the Albert Hall, Chapel on Long Street

  • Re: Savery/Tricklebank connection by Mr.Mister (Member 10078917) on 27-Oct-2002
    ref coach and horses, that sounds like a coaching in, there are few it could have been, one is now called the red lion (c/w stables) actually in atherstone, it fits the bill, but about half the the pubs from the past ahve been demolished, try atherstone historical society, they may have a better idea.

  • Re: Savery/Tricklebank connection by petercolbrook (Member 10087044) on 9-Jan-2003
    the coach&horses pub was situated just below the midland (hfc)bank on the opposite side 25mtrs towards the hollow and i belive it was next to gladys grubbs paper shop and was pulled down about 1967

  • Re: Savery/Tricklebank connection by Beryl Shackleton (Member 10090520) on 23-Feb-2003
    To Valerie Pickard (Member 56774) I have just discovered the 'Knowhere' site.
    My grandfather's brother was called Albert and moved to live in Atherstone. I would love to hear from you to see if we are related.

  • Re: Savery/Tricklebank connection by valerie pickard (Member 10039927) on 6-Mar-2003
    Hello Beryl,
    Albert went to Atherstone in about 1879 to join his uncle Richard Savery. My gt gran was a neice of Richard's also born in Kingsclere, Hants.
    We know lots about the family but you can probably tell us more.Regards Valerie

  • Re: Savery/Tricklebank connection by Richard Savory (Member 10232226) on 27-Sep-2008
    Just in case Beryl or Valerie Pickard happens across this - a long time after the thread began I know! - I'd be interested in making contact about the Atherstone Savery family, which I can trace back to the 17th/18th century Savory family in Withington, Glos (but I haven't traced this Savery family forwards...).
    My email is richard_savory(at)hotmail.com.

    Thanks
    Richard

  • Re: Savery/Tricklebank connection by Chris Girvin (Member 10263968) on 4-Aug-2011
    Gladys Grubb was my nans (Florence Evelyn) sister...RIP Aunt Glad xxx

  • Re: Savery/Tricklebank connection by Ann coffey (Member 10315787) on 12-Sep-2017
    The coach and horses was where the council house car park is now. Annie Burrows was the landlady in the 1950's. She was my uncles mother . My mum worked behind the bar at the weekends.

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