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IMPORTANT NOTE
I HAVE 3 RESEARCHERS WHO I NOW BELIEVE ARE ALL RELATED THROUGH THIS TREE AND JOHN AND ANN IN THE STAFFORDSHIRE 1 TREE.

SEE THIS MAIN LINE UNDER STAFFORDSHIRE 1 TREE
which outlines the grandparents of Thomas of Ettingshall as John and Ann.
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Child 1 Son of John and Ann
Richard b 1827, married Sarah b abt 1828.
They had two sons:-

Thomas born 1857 Ettingshall Staffs. Married Ada Matilda Corns 9/1883 (Wolverhampton 6b 833).

[Thomas is HC's 2 x grandfather and she supplied the original data in this box which has been updated by Brenda.]

They had 11 children
1. George Harry 6/1884,
2. Olive 9/1885,
3. Sarah J 1887,
4. William John 5. 10/1888,
5. Thomas Leonard 12/1891,
6. Ada Mary 6/1893,
7. Samuel Albert 12/1895,
8. Frederick Roland 9/1897,
9. Hannah Leah 9/1898 [Aunt
  Nancy to Brenda]
10. Winifred Elizabeth
11. Joel Ashcroft 3/1903.

DOUBLE CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE AND TO READ TITLE. All photos owned by Brenda Hill and are her copyright.

Ettingshall is an area of Wolverhampton, West Midlands, England, and is a ward of Wolverhampton City Council.

Ettingshall was mentioned as an ancient manor in the Domesday Book of 1086. The surrounding areas of Priestfield, Parkfield, Lanesfield and Millfields are believed to have been property of the manor.

From the 18th century onwards, Ettingshall became heavily industrialised as a result of the Industrial Revolution. Until 1980, an area of wasteland on the southside of Millfields Road was the location of the Bilston Steelworks and old Bilston quarries. Ettingshall Road was the location for Cables and Instruments, Dixon's Wallcoverings and Tools and Machines. Spring Road is the location of Tarmac Roadstone and NET Thompson. Ettingshall was the location for the manufacture of the 240 ton boiler drum with a length of 122 feet in 1965. This was the heaviest load carried by British Rail. It was transported to Eggborough in Yorkshire.

NOTE>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
John Hill, Brenda's husband notified me of Ronald Frederick's death and funeral.
They met with Neil and Mark and Mark's family together with Ron's widow Sheila Lavalin.

Child 10 Winifred Elizabeth b 1901 Marriage Sep 1927 Cumpston Winifred E married Grant Walsall
6b 1751

Alan b m Elizabeth Clift b
Stuart b
Simon b
Fiona b
Mary b m Brian Harper b
Jane b m Philip Bradney b (Marriage ended in divorce)
Emma b
Jonathon b

Andrew b

Child 5 Births Dec 1891 Cumpston Thomas Leonard Wolverhampton 6b 637   Mar 1913 married Alice Cross Walsall 6b 1113 He died 1993 in Warwickshire. A Methodist Local Preacher who worked for Rubery Owen Darlaston. His children were:
Thomas was a policeman and known as 'Copper Cumpston' - see Tree 1 and Thomas
Robert
Daughter (no details known)
Ada  G C Birth Dec 1919 Walsall 6b 1377. Marriage Jun 1942 to Knight
  Wolverhampton 6b 1767

Daughter (no details known)
Daughter (no details known)
Kenneth m Poppy ? (no details known)

Child 6 Ada Mary Birth Jun 1893 Cumpston Ada Mary   Wolverhampton 6b 736
marriage Sep 1915 to Jukes Walsall 6b 1708. Ada Mary Jukes kept the confectionery shop in Wednesbury Road next door to Pleck Methodist Church.

Child 11 Joel (Jo) Births Mar 1903
Cumpston Joel Ashcroft Walsall 6b 715 Marriage Sep 1928 CUMPSTON Joel A Olive Vass Walsall 6b 1702
John b m Phylis ? (no details known)
Maria b m Robert ?
Daughter} (twins)
Daughter}

David b m Patricia Ann b (deceased [daughter Jane from a previous marriage])
Mark b (deceased)

Child 7 Samuel Albert Birth Dec 1895 Cumpston Samuel Albert   Walsall 6b 670
 b 1895 Marriage Jun 1920 Mirriam Maddox Wolverhampton 6b 1839. Sam worked for Rubery Owen, Darlaston and was manager of the Meeting Street, Wednesbury, department at the time of his retirement. Were living at 225 Wolverhampton Road West, Bentley, Walsall. Only child Jim (R James ) (who pre-deceased his elderly mother who had been widowed some years earlier). Sam fought in WW1
 James b

Child 8 Frederick Roland  Cumpston
Birth Sep 1897 Walsall 6b 695 . Marriage Dec 1921 to Hilda Daisy Kempson Walsall 6b 1603. Fred worked for Rubery Owen and prior to his death while still in service was Chief planning engineer in the Motor Frame Department tool room. Frederick joined the Royal Regiment of Artillery in 1915 and served in Egypt, Salonika and Palestine, demobbed 1919.

Margaret Jeanne Cumpston Birth Jun Q 1923 Walsall 6b 1253 m (1943) Ronald Haywood b 1920
Judith Anne Haywood b 1947 m David Moreton b 1943
Elizabeth Anne Haywood b 1971 = Ian Jones b
Molly Anne Haywood b 2007
Claire Louise b 1973 m Keith Fitzsymmons b

Gareth John b 1950 m (1) Christine Birkett b 1949 (Marriage ended in divorce)
  m (2) Kathleen Cunningham (no offspring)
Ian Stuart b 1970 m Sarah ?
Isobel b
George b
Sarah Elizabeth b 1973 m Michael Thompson b (Marriage ended in divorce)
Charlotte b 1995
Chloe b 1999
Matthew b 1974 m Melanie b Matthew Haywood, great grandson of Fred,
  currently lives with his family in New Zealand.
Gracie Isabella b
Amber Rose b
Olive Macey b
m (2)

Gillian Margaret b 1953 m Adrian John Clapton b 1950
Jennifer Bernice b 1977 m Richard Austin b (Daughter Caitlin from a previous
  marriage)
Edward b 2007
Richard} b 2008(twins)
Harriet}
Heather Kate b 1979
Megan Elspeth b 1985

Ronald Frederick b 1926 died June 15th 2010; buried Chelternahm 25th June 2010. m (1)Joyce Elt b (Marriage ended in divorce – no
  offspring) Ronald trained in agriculture and worked for the British Colonial
  Service in Africa.
m (2)Florence May Kenyon (Son Neil St. Clair from a previous marriage)
Neil St. Clair b 1947
Mark Ronald b 1956 m Elspeth b
Hannah May b 1994
m (3)Sheila Lavalin b
Olive Mary b 1931 m 1952 Alan Thorpe b 1928
Alison Jane b 1967 (by adoption)
Evangeline Kate b 1993
Peter Richard b 1970 (by adoption)
Miah Wing b 1998

Brenda Winifred b 1942 m 1964 John Michael Hill b 1939 - my colleague
  researcher
Christopher John b 1968
Catherine Sarah b 1970 m John Lawrence b 1969
Hannah Kate b 1994
Emily Catherine b1997

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