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MASCALL

JOHN THOMAS

Hamstead, BURIED  St. Johns, 19th May 1888 aged 2 months

MASKELL

DAVID

103 Aston Lane, BURIED St. Johns, 4th March 1919 aged 74

MASKELL

DAVID

Wellhead Lane, BURIED St. Johns, 6th June 1898, aged 21

MASON

ABIGAIL

10th December 1871. Robert Watson Dalglesh, 25, bachelor (Gas Fitter) from Franchise Street son of Robert (Lithographic printer) married Abigail Mason, 25, spinster, Franchise Street, daughter of Charles (Baker)

MASON

ALBERT

Perry Barr, BURIED St. Johns 25th May 1882, aged 26 (His mother was Mary and in 1881 he was unmarried and lived with his mother at 353 Birchfield Road.

Family History Film: 1341680 RG11 2836/6 page 5

MASON

EDITH G

In 1891 living at 26/8 William Street, aged 1, born Perry Barr, the daughter of Howard and Ellen

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MASON

ELIZABETH & ENOCK

ELIZABETH & ENOCK MASON 

 

I have eventually found the photograph of the cottage that used to stand by the bridge on the College Road, just up from the Boars Head Public House, and had it copied to a CD.  Also attached a photograph of my grandad [first right] on the ice boat, this was used to cut the ice on the canals.

  I have also found the correct address and it used to be 83, Lock House, College Road, Perry Barr.

   My Nan and Grandad, Elizabeth and Enock Mason, lived at 83, Lock House, from 1928 until 1965.  The land was sold and British Waterways moved them to a new home,  390, Aldridge Road, Perry Barr, which is still there now.   The move was very traumatic for them at that age after living in the cottage for so long, they both died not too long after the move.  Enock worked for the Waterways, as did his father, Charles Mason, as an engineer, working the pumping station in Witton, tending the locks, and also draining the water from the locks for dredging.

  I always remember the cottage with great affection, I just loved it there.

  The carthorses were at times stabled overnight at the side of the cottage.  I remember as a small child the horses looked huge. But I was fascinated by the grand horse brass's hanging around their necks.    My grandad also shod the cart horses, and I remember the bellows used to heat the fire and the hiss when the shoes were plunged into the water butt to cool the metal.   The solid door on the right of the cottage was the blacksmiths entrance.

  The rear garden was very large, and after a day's work, my Grandad used to have an hour each evening tending to the growing vegetables, and feeding the chickens.

  After the washing was boiled, [in a outhouse along side the garden] the fire would go out underneath, and I would be bathed in the same water, I had to dance up and down on the bottom of the boiler as it was still hot!!  The lavatory was right at the end of the garden, and on a cold day, the last thing you wanted to do was to sit there for too long.  The icicles had to be broken off the tap in the kitchen before I could have a wash.  Brrrrr.

  But I remember the smell of cakes and pastries wafting  from the ovens at the side of the old black grate, which had to be 'black leaded' every Saturday and buffed up.

  Happy memories, gone forever, but not forgotten.

  It would be lovely if this picture could go on the web site, as someone might remember it, and it is a shame that it should be forgotten forever. However, I leave it to you, or if you would like me to mail directly to the 'Perry Barr' site then let me know.

  Hope you can enlarge the pictures, you should be able to click on them for a short time  until February 06, to enlarge them.  Hope this is of some use to you.  (Photos to follow)

 

MASON

FRANCIS J

In 1881 was 7 years old, living at 353 Birchfield Road, the grandson of Mary

MASON

HAROLD WILLIAM

North Road, BURIED 17th September 1907, aged 11 months

MASON

Henry D.

MASON 23 July 1880,  Aston Lane Jane Ann wife of Henry D. age 49 (Birmingham Mail)

MASON

JAMES

June 20th 1868: James Mason, aged 26, bachelor, (Jeweller) Perry Barr, son of Charles Mason (Hinge Maker) married Rosina Green, aged 22, spinster, Perry Barr, daughter of Charles Green (Joiner)

MASON

JANE

Birchfield Road, BURIED St. Johns 29th December 1877 aged 34

MASON

JANE ANN

MASON 23 July 1880,  Aston Lane Jane Ann wife of Henry D. age 49 (Birmingham Mail)

MASON

JOHN

1841 Census – Perry Village

John aged 65 (Carpenter) not born in county

Hannah aged 45 not born in county

Caroline aged 15, not born in county

Kate aged 12, not born in county

John aged 8, born in county

Elizabeth aged 6, born in county

Sam Slater (Decorator), aged 25, not born in county

Robert Butterworth (Decorator) aged 30, not born in county

MASON

JOHN

Birchfield, BURIED St. Johns 14th June 1866, aged 60

MASON

JOHN

Perry Barr, BURIED St. Johns 28th May 1843, aged 70

MASON

JOHN

1841 Census – Birchfield End

John aged 34 (Wheelwright) not born in county

Ann aged 28

Jane aged 2 not born in county

Thomas aged 6 months born in county

Ann Ward, aged 50, female servant, born in county

Jane Ward, aged 24, Dress maker, born in county

Matthew Hannington Ag. Lab. Not born in county

William Lowe 19, Ag. Lab, not born in county

MASON

JOHN

1881 Census: Dwelling:    Watling St    Census Place:    Norton Canes, Stafford, England

John MASON    41     M     Perry Barr, Stafford, England    Rel:    Head    Occ:    Coal Miner

MASON

JOHN

Wheelwright 1845

MASON

JOHN

Birchfield, BURIED St. Johns 27th November 1874, aged 31

MASON

LEVI

In 1881, was living at Clayhanger, Walsall Foreign, Married aged 38, born  Perry Barr, Stafford, England    Rel:    Head    Occ:    Coal Miner

MASON

LOUISA

In 1881 she was 18, the grand daughter of Mary, living at 353 Birchfield Road.

MASON

LUCY

Franchise Street: BURIED St. Johns 17th December 1898 aged 36

MASON

MARY

Birchfield, BURIED St. Johns 4th June 1895, aged 73

MASON

MARY

In 1881, she lived at 353 Birchfield Road, Widow, born in Dudley, the mother of Albert

MASON

MARY

1868 – Beer Retailer and Blacksmith

1872 – Beer Retailer

1883 – Beer Retailer  - 353 Birchfield Road

MASON

MARY

Beerhouse, Walsall Road

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MASON

MARY ANN

Hamstead, BURIED St. Johns, 16th June 1903, aged 22

MASON

MARY LEONARD

May 6th 1867: Edward White, aged 23, bachelor, (Bottle Maker), Perry Barr, son of Edwin White (Miller) married Mary Leonard Mason aged 27, Perry Barr, daughter of Hubert Leonard Mason.

MASON

REBECCA

Wellhead Lane, BURIED St. Johns 17th September 1906, aged 60

MASON

RICHARD

In 1881, was living at Clayhanger, Walsall Foreign, Married aged 34, born  Perry Barr, Stafford, England    Rel:    Head    Occ:    Coal Miner

MASON

RICHARD

1841 Census – Perry Village

Richard aged 30, lab, born in county

Mary aged 30, born in county

William aged 3, born in county

John aged 2 born, in county

Ann aged 5 months, born in county

MASON

SARAH

Aston Lane: BURIED St. Johns 16th June 1904, aged 66

MASON

SARAH

Birchfield, BURIED St. Johns 30th May 1851, aged 2

MASON

SARAH

Perry Barr, BURIED St. Johns 16th September 1838, aged 3 months

MASON

SARAH ANN

Perry Barr, BURIED St. Johns, 10th June 1880, aged 28

MASON

THOMAS

City Asylum: BURIED St. Johns, 6th October 1915, aged 44

MASON

WILLIAM

28th September 1872: William Mason, aged 27, bachelor, Perry Barr, son of Johns (Wheelwright) married Jane Price, aged 20, spinster, Perry Barr, daughter of John (Farmer)

MASON

WILLIAM

New Crown and Cushion, BURIED St. Johns, 23rd October 1879, aged 33

MASON

WILLIAM

First Secretary for Aston Villa

MASSEY

ANN

Handsworth, BURIED St. Johns, 27th May 1861 aged 65

MASSEY

JOSEPH RILEY

Perry Barr, BURIED St. Johns, 3rd May 1843, aged 6 weeks

MASSIE

BEATRICE E

In 1881 was 7, the daughter of Thos. Richard Massie

MASSIE

EMILY GERTD

In 1881 was 11, the daughter of Thos. Richard Massie

MASSIE

FLORENCE C

In 1881 was 2, the daughter of Thos. Richard Massie

MASSIE

ISABELLA

In 1881 was 38, the wife of Thos. Richd

MASSIE

T R

Woodbine Cottage

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MASSIE

THOMAS RICHARD

1872 – Woodbine Cottage

MASSIE

THOS RICHD

In 1881 was 37, the husband of Isabella

No 34, Aldridge Road

Family History Film: 1341680 RG 11 2836/8 page 9

MATHISON

WILLIAM

1868 – Beer Retailer

MATTHEWMAN

KNIGHTLEY

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Indenture of fine. - ref.  MS 3145/61/11  - date: Date 1676
  Parties: Henry Gough, Knightley Matthewman, Anthony Hewett, Jane his wife, Thomas Buckley, Mary his wife. Property: Land in Goscott, Perry Barr
and Handsworth.

MATTHEWS

 

See Brookes, Norbury

MATTHEWS

ANN

24th December 1871: Thomas Sprason, (Brass Founder) 25, bachelor, Franchise Street, son of Thomas (Farness Manufacturer) married Annie Matthews, 20, spinster, Franchise Street, daughter of Henry (Jeweller)

MATTHEWS

ELIZABETH

VCrossway Lane Cottages, BURIED St. Johns 14th September 1876, aged 10 months

MATTHEWS

EMILY

September 5th, 1866 at St. Johns, Edward John Brookes, full age, Bachelor, Merchant son of William Brookes, merchant of Rushall, married Emily Sophia Matthews, full age, spinster, from Perry Barr, daughter of Walter Matthews (deceased) Farmer.

MATTHEWS

F. G

Played in the first AVFC team

MATTHEWS

FREDERICK

1874, Formed the AVFC Committee with Jack Scattergood and Walter Rice.

MATTHEWS

H

Played in the first AVFC team

MATTHEWS

MISS

See Great Barr School

MATTHEWS

MR

See Great Barr School

MATTHEWS

THOMAS

1841 Census – Birchfield End

Thomas aged 45, (Sadler) not born in county

Catherine aged 45, not born in county

Margaret aged 10, not born in county

Thomas aged 9, born in county

Harriet aged 5, born in county

MATTHEWSON

ANN

Mrs. 1845 – 1850 – Market Gardener

MATTHEWSON

WILLIAM

1818 – Gardener

MATTHISON

ESTHER

Perry Barr, BURIED St. Johns 6th August 1868, aged 78

MATTHISON

WILLIAM

BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Feoffment. - ref.  MS 3145/73/1  - date: Date 1841
Parties: William Matthison, Thomas Bayliss. Property: Land enclosed from the common on the road leading from Great Barr to Lichfield, in
Perry Barr

MATTISON

WILLIAM

 BIRMINGHAM CITY ARCHIVES - Copy fine. - ref.  MS 3145/98/2b  - date: Date 1808
 Parties: Joseph Size, William Matthison, Ann his wife, James Gunn, Sarah his wife. Property: Messuages and land in Perry Barr, Great Barr and West Bromwic
h.

MATTY

SARAH

Manchester, BURIED 16th November, 1901 aged 50

MAUDSLEY

 

MAUDSLEY 29 March 1887 at his residence 134 Birchfield Rd, Henry, solicitor late Temple St in this town in 81st yr – Birmingham Mail - Deaths

MAULL

THOMAS

Franchise Street, BURIED St. Johns 10th June 1896, aged 51

MAUNDY

FANNY

ELIZABETH

Wellhead Lane, BURIED St. Johns 15th Feb 1917, aged 23

MAWBY

C

Boat Builder, Docks,

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MAWBY

GEORGE

19 Holdford Road, BURIED 13th January 1908 aged 66

MAXWELL

REV D

Curate St. Johns

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MAY

 

Was a Doctor – Birchfield Road

MAY

ELIZABETH

See 1841 Census Glover

MAY

FRANCES

1891 – aged 26, daughter of Henry & Sarah

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MAY

FRANCES

1891 – aged 26, daughter of Henry & Sarah

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MAY

HENRY

1891 – 37 Birchfield Road, aged 56, husband of Sarah (Medical Practitioner)

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MAY

HENRY

1891 – 37 Birchfield Road, aged 56, husband of Sarah (Medical Practitioner)

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MAY

SARAH

1891 – aged 65, wife of Henry

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MAY

SARAH

1891 – aged 65, wife of Henry

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MAYBURY

 

See Brooklands Farm

MAYBURY

EDWARD ARTHUR

Brooklands Farm

MAYBURY

 

 

EDWARD ARTHUR

A valuable Parcel of Freehold Arable Lane,

in the Parish of Perry Barr, Staffordshire,

and comprise an area of about 14 Acres, 3 roods, and 8 poles.

This lot has a valuable frontage to Brick Kiln Lane,

and with a frontage to an accommodation road at side.

This is leased to Mr. Edward Arthur Maybury for a term of 7 years from the 25th March 1916,

at a yearly rent of £263. 4shilling and 9 pence.

MAYE

ELIZABETH

In 1881 was 22, domestic cook to Elizabeth and Samuel Bailey

MAYES

SARAH

VDecember 1883, on the 26th inst., Sarah aged 34 ? 54 ? relict of Thomas Mayes, Birchfield.  Deeply lamented

MAYES

THOMAS

Private Resident: New Inn – 1868

MAYES

THOMAS

New Inn – Birchfield Road

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MAYES

THOS

Birchfield Road, Cab proprietor

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MAYNARD

 

Aston Chronicle 29th March 1879

On the 19th ins, to the wife of Samuel James a daughter (hawthorne House, Birchfield)

 

MAYNARD

AGNES CLARA

VClifton Road, BURIED St. Johns 25th June 1874, aged 21

MAYNARD

FREDERICK MAX

 

MAYNE

MARTHA

4/3/1885
 The Birmingham Daily Mail
MAYNE 16 ult Martha S., last surviving daughter of late William, Great Barr age 80

MAYNE

WILLIAM E

1891 – 9 Birchfield Road, aged 83

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MAYNE

WILLIAM E

1891 – 9 Birchfield Road, aged 83

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MAYO

DORA ROSE

In 1881 aged 2, born Perry Barr, the daughter of William and Kezia

MAYO

KEZIA

In 1881 was 30, wife of William

MAYO

LOUISA VIOLET

In 1881 was 3 months, born Perry Barr the daughter of William and Kezia

MAYO

MABEL LILY

In 1881 was aged 5, the daughter of William and Kezia

MAYO

WILLIAM

1883 – Florist – 32 Aston Lane

MAYO

WILLIAM

In 1881 aged 29, husband of Kezia

32 Aston Lane

Family History Film: 1341680 RG 11 2836/31 page 10

MAYO

WILLIAM ARTHUR

In 1881 aged 4, born Perry Barr, the son of William and Kezia

MAYOR

MARY

VPerry Barr, BURIED St. Johns, 10th December 1856, aged 60

MAYOW

EDWARD

In 1881 was 28, the husband of Rosamond Jane

109 Aston Lane

Family History Film 1341680 RG 11 2836/36 page 20

MAYOW

ROSAMOND JANE

In 1881 was 27, the wife of Edward

MAYS

MARGARET

See1841 Census - Wadhams

MC CULLOCH

ANN

In 1881 aged 45, W,

No 30 Back House

Family History Film: 134680 RG 2836/16 page 26

MC CULLOCH

ANNIE

In 1881 aged 14, the daughter of Ann

MC CULLOCH

SAMUEL

In 1881 aged 17, the son of Ann

MC CULLOCH

WILLIAM

In 1881 aged 7 the son of Ann

MC GLOUGLIN

THOS

In 1881 was 20, lodging with Maria Humphries

MC HUGH

DENIS

In 1881 was 40, lodging with Humphry and Martha Hill

MCALIECE

W. J

McALIECE 30 August 1901 24 Salisbury Rd Handsworth wife of W.J., a daughter - Birth – Birmingham Daily Mail

MCALL

REV ROBERT W

Independent.  Trinity Road

MCCARTHY

REV EDMOND

Mary Vale (Catholic) Oscott

MCCOY

MARY

2nd Dec 1872, William Henry 20 (B) Franchise Street, Pearl Button Maker, son of George Pearl Button Maker, married Mary McCoy 20 (S) Franchise Street, daughter of James, (Boot Maker)

MCCULLOCH

ELIZABETH

V67 Thomas St, BURIED St. Johns 26th March 1907, aged 67

MCCULLOCH

RICHARD

See Perry Barr Station

MCCULLOUGH

ANNIE

Franchise Street, BURIED 6th June 1888 aged 22

MCCULLOUGH

DORIS EMMALINE

Wellhead Lane, BURIED St. Johns, 17th August 1904, aged 1

MCDERMOTT

BERNARD EDWARD

V8 Tewkesbury Road, BURIED St. Johns 12th November 1914, aged 66

MCFARLANE

 

1841 Census – Aston Villa,

School Master aged 25 (from Scotland) and Ann aged 20

MCHALE

PETER

VWitton, BURIED St. Johns 25th June 1876, aged 1

MCINTOSH

EVAN

VAldridge Road, BURIED St. Johns 16th April 1918, aged 69

MCKENZIE

 

See Baylis

MCKENZIE

A G

Perry Cottage

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MCKENZIE

ALEXANDRA

Private Resident –1872, Perry Cottage

MCKENZIE

ALFRED

June 5th 1865, Alfred McKenzie aged 24, bachelor, Soda Maker, Perry Barr, son of Francis McKenzie (Grinder) married Elizabeth Smithman aged 23, spinster, (Gold Chain maker) daughter of Thomas Smithman (Grinder)

MCKENZIE

ARTHUR

7th March 1870, Arthur McKenzie,(Printer) aged 21, bachelor, Perry Barr, son of George (Soda Maker) married Selina Jane Hammerton, aged 19, spinster, Franchise Street, daughter of John (Moulder)

MCKENZIE

 

FLORENCE

VHandsworth Herald,    28th April 1900

A great loss has been sustained by the workers in Aston parish by the death from heart failure, of Miss Florence Macquire, the youngster daughter to Hugh H. Macquire of Perry Barr on Monday last.  The deceased lady was only twenty-nine years of age, has been frequently connected with Dyson Hall where she was a superintendent of the Sunday School since the institution was built, and the very deepest is felt by everyone who knew her at the ending of her life.  Miss Macquire is a teacher at Aston Lane Board and it is a pathetic circumstance that since the illness which lasted about three weeks she had been appointed head mistress of the school to take place of Miss Poulton, who is coming to a higher grade school, but she was not herself aware of this.  The funeral took place on Thursday afternoon, the sad ceremony being performed by Rev. Badger, there being also present…. Sorry unable to read anymore.

MCKENZIE

WILLIAM

14th October 1868, William McKenzie, aged 22, bachelor, Franchise Street, son of William, married Mary Ann Baylis, 20, spinster, Franchise Street, daughter of Lewis Baylis, ( Gun Maker)

MCKULLACK

S

Japanner, Aldridge Road

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MCMAHON

MISS

Ernest Daniel son of Inspector George Daniel married (Handsworth Herald 30th July 1904), Miss McMahon of Aston.  Alice and Agnes were sisters of the bridesmaids (sisters of the Bride.  They were given a smoking cabinet by the Police Officers at Perry Barr Division.

MCNAB

HENRY

VWitton, BURIED St. Johns 10th June 1878, aged 10 months

MCNAB

JOSEPH JAMES

VWitton, BURIED St. Johns 2nd June 1878, aged 2

MCNAUGHTON

SARAH

Birchfield road, BURIED St. Johns 7th April 1899, aged 56

MCPHERSON

ROBERT EDWARD

VPerry Barr, BURIED St. Johns 20th August 1854, aged 3

MCPHERSON

WILLIAM JAMES

VBirmingham, BURIED St. Johns 15th July 1877, aged 31

MEACHAM

ALFRED R

1881 – Son of Eliza and Isaac, aged 11, Born Coseley Staffordshire

MEACHAM

ELIZA

1881 -Wife of Isaac, aged 42, born Hopton, Shropshire, See Isaac

MEACHAM

ELIZA

1881 – Daughter of Eliza and Isaac, aged 3, Born Hamstead

MEACHAM

FLORENCE

1881 – Daughter of Eliza and Isaac, aged 1, born Hamstead

MEACHAM

FREDERICK G

1881 - Son of Isaac, aged 20, Mining Student, Born Bilston

MEACHAM

Henry

1881 – Son of Eliza and Isaac, aged 15, Born Coseley, Staffordshire

MEACHAM

ISAAC

1881 -Head aged 49, Born Bilston, Coal Mining Engineer – 1881 Census

   Hampstead Road Colliery. Husband of Eliza

MEACHAM

JOHN

1881 – Son of Isaac, aged 18, born Bilston, Staffordshire

MEACHAM

PHILIP

See Sarah Jane Coombes

MEACHAM

SAMUEL

1881 – Son of Eliza and Isaac, aged 17, born Coseley, Staffordshire

MEACHAM

THOMAS

1881 – Son of Eliza and Isaac, aged  13, Born Coseley, Staffordshire

MEACHAM

WALTER

VHamstead, BURIED St. Johns 15th April 1899 aged 23

MEACHAM

WALTER

1881 – Son of Eliza and Isaac, aged 5, born Moxley, Staffordshire

MEACHAM

WILLIAM E

1881 – Son of Eliza and Isaac, aged 9, Born Moxley, Staffordshire

MEACHEM

ISAAC

Born 4th December 1831 at Bilson, was the first manager at Hamstead Colliery, he married twice. First in 1852 and Louisa his wife, died giving birth to their second child.  2 years later he married Louisa’s sister Eliza and had another 12 children.  BURIED St. Johns Died 1905.  See Victoria Hamstead, Its People, Its Colliery  by Roger Clive Meacham ISBNO 947731-38-5

MEADE

C

Maltster, Aldridge Road

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