|Stoke-on-Trent family history and genealogy|
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|Surname of relative||house location||other details||person seeking information|
b. 9/2/1848 St Giles, Northampton d. 1924. Stoke on Trent
|Lived 48 Russell Road, Garston at the time of Horace's birth||- parents William
Teeton (bootmaker) and Caroline Pratt (Married 1833 Northampton)
Married 1) Ellen Moxon 20/2/1868.
(deceased) One child Ethel Lauretto b.1868
email: Mary Redgate
|Tellwright||Cobridge||email: Terry Watkin|
|THORNEYCROFT||Stoke-on-Trent||email: Ruth Woodward|
|Thorley, Albert Fletcher (b. 1875)||in about 1920 he was a Licensed Victualler and Beerseller at the George & Dragon in Newcastle. He must have been there for a few years as my own father, Albert Thorley was born in 1908 'in a pub in The Iron Market'.||in 1908 he married Myra Annie Dancer, formerly Bristol||email: David Thorley|
|THORNTON Patrick||b 1874 Newcastle-under-Lymer||
married Sarah Jane.
children: Alice b 1897, James b 1900, Joseph b 1899 1901 at 27 Bow St.
|email: Joy Asghar|
|Trentham||email: Dr JoAn Trentham|
|Triner, James Wilfred||Tunstall & Chell area||
James Wilfred Triner married
Maud Hughes in 1936 Maud suffered from Tuberculosis so she spent a
great deal of time in hospital.
|email: James Stevenson|
|Turner, Paul his brother Joseph Henry Turner had his own Brickworks in the 1920,s He had a large family of sons and one daughter Laura.||Newcastle||His father was Charles and mother Matilda, my grandfather was Joseph Henry. Paul was born about 1874 in Newcastle.||email: Margaret Wooldridge. (nee Turner)|
Husband was Joshua Turner and wife Ann Turner. Joshua was a master house painter.
|10 Victoria St in Stoke on Trent||There were 14 children in all. Some of the older ones worked in Potters Warehouse and labourers in the Brass Factory. Four of the girls emigrated to Canada in early 1900's and then onto the U.S. One daughter Elizabeth was married to Samuel Whittingham son of Mary and David Whittingham. The four girls who emigrated were Elizabeth (Turner) Whittingam, Ethel Turner, Gladys Turner, & Frances Turner. The baby of the family "Norman" born in 1898 served in the Indian Conflict. The family attend the Hartshill Holy Trinity Church.||email: Margie Jackson|
|TURNER, Florence Gertrude known as Florrie||75 Edward St Fenton||
father James Turner a house painter and sister Elsie May Turner. Florence worked at the potteries.
|email: Joy Asghar|
|William Turner||1920 lived at
18 Rectory road, Hanley Stoke on Trent.
||Died 25th Nov 1932
age 49 -
He married Emily who had been married before to a Highfield she was formally Lymer.
Clara Turner married Peter Roberts 1911, his parents were Peter and Ellen Roberts , her parents were Charles Turner and Anne Eliza (nee
Hipkiss) ( Bilston)
children, Charles, Florrie, Leonard, Martha and Walter.at 59 Sydney st 1901.
||email: Maggie Stewart|