The Armstrong Family, who worked at Stafford Road Locomotive Works.
Family, and the story of their research into the family's past.
Brown, who worked for the South Staffordshire Railway.
family of Tettenhall, and the
Hollinshead family of Walsall, who went to New Zealand in 1851
Clark, born 1820, who came from Pattingham to Wolverhampton and led
a remarkable life, ending in Salt Lake City; and his wives, Lucy Ashby
Clark and Louisa Mellor Clark
who manufactured bicycles in Wolverhampton and were based at the Old
|The Evans Family,
who suffered two tragic deaths
Family who ran one of the largest tyre distributors in the British
Family, who included the door keeper of the Grand Theatre and
who ran a theatrical boarding house and later moved to New Zealand
Family of Gorsebrook House. A Wolverhampton family which included
many outstanding engineers and the Chief Electrical Engineer of the
Family, who founded the Star and Briton companies
Family who became one of the country's largest printing ink
of Sunbeam, and his family.
family, who came from Scotland, lived here in the late 19th century,
and then moved on to Australia
family, who came from Wales and lived in Blakenhall in the 50s and
Priest, an artist-japanner of Wolverhampton, who moved to the US
Rollings family, who had family connections with Star Cars, as well
as the Royal School, St. Luke's, etc.
|The Rudge family,
who made bicycles in Wolverhampton and moved to New Zealand.
|John Ward tells stories
about his family, mainly during World War 2
Srodzinsky family, who originated in Poland