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I have few photos and lots of missing pieces of the puzzle.
Unfortunately my Grandparents Rose & Albert both passed away years ago.
Does anyone have any references to the Depper family (Emily and Walter were the parents/grandparents) who lived there through the 20s, 30s 40s and 50s?
Also, what about the Eden family, who lived around that early time, I believe, in St Vincent Street - what were the names of the children in that family?
I was born and raised in Birmingham, until the 70s, when i moved to Norfolk.My great great grandfather name is James Gregory, and he was born in Birmingham circa 1837/ 1838.According to census I know he married a Sarah Reeves on the 22/12.1861, as I have the marriage certificate, and he died on the 25/11/1906.I came upon your website purely by accident and think its absolutely great.I am researching my family history and wonder if anyone may be able to help me. Comments you post may require a paid membership to delete. Please report any comments that suggest the person is gay or had sex with anybody or has an STD.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.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.