Cumpston Research

Bilston burials

14 Apr 1757 COMSON Hannah (of a putrid fever)

26 Mar 1772 COMPSON James

Kindly provided by Tracy Little

"Willenhall is a populous village and township, with a railway station and a canal wharf, on the turnpike midway between Walsall and Wolverhampton, being three miles from each of these towns". History, Gazetteer and Directory of Staffordshire, William White, Sheffield, 1851

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Willenhall burials
12 Jan 1782 COMPSON John son of James & Sarah

29 Jul 1784 COMPSON Samuel son of James & Sarah

18 Dec 1797 COMPSON James son of James & Elizabeth

16 Nov 1799 COMPSON Sarah wife of James

24 Aug 1803 COMPSON Edward

17 Feb 1808 COMPSON James

10 Feb 1808 COMPSON Mary Ann daughter of James & Elizabeth

6 Mar 1808 COMPSON Sarah daughter of James & Elizabeth

27 Mar 1814 COMPSON Joseph 9 Portobello

2 Dec 1821 COMPSON Mariah 14 Portobello

16 Apr 1822 COMPSON Thomas 11y 9months Willenhall

25 Dec 1826 COMPSON James 62 Willenhall

3 Mar 1828 COMPSON Elizabeth 16 Willenhall

23 Apr 1837 COMPSON Edward 37 Willenhall

15 May 1837 COMPSON Thomas 60 Willenhall

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