Re: Barbers of Nth Staffordshire 1800s
By Barbara March 22, 2002 at 11:21:23
If you have any connection to the Mary Barber buried 1836 pleas let me know as I am looking for family of Helen Barber baptised 1807 at St. Matthews, married 1836 at St. Thomas to Benjamin Holland and buried 1856 at St. Marys the Mount- her father is Joseph Barber - after marriage the Holland family lived at Windmill, Walsall.
St. Matthews and St. Lukes are Church of England- St. Marys the Mount and St. Thomas are Roman Catholic.
I found these baptisms at St. Lukes Church, Walsall
I hope they are usefull to you.
John Barber baptised 16th July 1903 born 6th July
Parents John and Clara of Bank Street Terrace : father is an Iron Caster
William Ernest Barber baptised27th July 1905
Parents John and Clara of 3 Bank Street Terrace : father isa Caster
Edith Mary Barber baptised 18th April 1907
Parents James Francis and Mary Ann of Back of 19 Walsingham Street ; father is a Brass Plater.
Edward Raymond Barber baptised 2nd December 1909
Parents John and Clara of 3 Bank Street
William Barber baptised 7th March 1912 born 22nd February
Parents John and Clara of 23 Chain Terrace ; father is a Caster.
Clara Barber baptised 9th August 1915
Parents John and Clara of 25 Bank Street
Burials at St. Matthews
Elizabeth Barber 14th November 1853 of Great Barr aged 57
Henry Barber 14th January 1835 aged 3 months
Croome Barber 17th June 1835 of Great Barr aged 33
(it looked like Croome but the handwriting was difficult to read)
Thomas Barber 1st January 1836 of Wisemore aged 1 month
Robert Barber 1st June 1836 of High Street aged 3
Eliza Barber 1st June 1836 of Dudley Street aged 34
Ann Barber 18th November 1836 of High Street aged 75
Ann Barber 13th February 1837 of Bott Lane aged 17
Mary Barber 4th November 1837 of Windmill aged 12
I have tried to be accurate but there may be mistakes.