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From: "r.deloyde" <>
Subject: Re: [WAR] request subscribe
Date: Sat, 20 Jan 2001 22:34:41 -0000
Yes! but what year?
I will give a directory (of my choice) to anyone
who has further information on Hugh D`loyde
a licensed Victualler. some time in the early 1800,s,
or any info on the D`Loyde family before 1850,
subject to conformation
----- Original Message -----
From: sandra Whitmore <>
Sent: Saturday, January 20, 2001 9:48 PM
Subject: [WAR] request subscribe
> Dear Listers, i have been away for a while and am hoping SKS will be able to point me in the right direction
re, the Nickless Family who came from Aston?. They lived and worked in WHEELER Street. They had a number of
different shops ran between the family. The only info i have is as follows.
> JOHN and ELIZA Nickless nee` Knibbs had 3 sons. 1/ LESLEY 2/ Stanley and 3/ Jack.
> Stanley and jack married two sisters, Irene and Violet Dugmore.
> John and Eliza nickless are buried at witton cemetary.
> ELIZAS sisters were, Doris, Glady`s, Edith who had a son Alf, Clara, Anna, Rose, Cal, Edward, Charles,
> John had a sister called Rose Flemming and a brother, Alf. As i say they all owned shops in wheeler street,
> Any information would be wonderful and i look forward in anticipation from hearing from you!!.. many thanks
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