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She had 2 sons, Edward and James Bernard (Jim was my grandfather).
They were both born out of wedlock but in 1914 Winnie married a man named Owen Cunningham.
Could anyone tell me what the building at 13 Crescent, Ladywood was used for in 1881?
We have a family member recorded as being there on the census as a lodger with lots of other men, plus a matron and night and day porters.
My Great Grandmother lived in the area for most of her life.
Her name was Winnie Madden and she was born in 1881.
I am looking for information relating to residents of Coplow St in the above time frame.
I lived at 114 Coplow Street until July 1963 where after we left for Australia, where I have lived for the past 50 years.
In particular I would like to know where the family lived and would certainly like to find more about the narrow boat connection.My name is Linda Simmonds, nee (Hart), my parents were Len and Kate Hart.I was born and raised in Birmingham, until the 70s, when i moved to Norfolk.Were there any Jewish families in Ladywood in the 1920s?- I believe Winifred Depper (born 1902) was friendly with a Jewish girl, although she may not have been local. Jenny Kinton My fathers uncle, Ralph Moorhouse was a well-known Ladywood gymnast who used the Ladywood Gymnasium in the late 1880s, and was later a prominent member of the Dolobran Club.