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Name: eunice stafford
From: whitchurch, shropshire
E-mail: eunice.stafford@hotmail.co.uk
I am trying to find information about THOMAS HEATH who was born in Caverswell in 1831,was married to Ellen Ford from Norton on the Moor, at Leek in 1851, they then lived at Tomkin before moving to Withymoor, near Whitchurch. I would be pleased if anyone knows more about these people. Thank you
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Name: Margaret
From: quebec canada
E-mail: henry.bernard@globetrotter.net
I am searching for information concerning a George Frederick Webb who apparently comitted suicide July 1933 of gas poisoning at I believe his place of work(he was a Potter's presser). He and his wife lived at Brookhouse Lane Caverswall. Anyone with any information please contact me. Thanks
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Name: Robert (Bob) Salt
From: born Meir now in Macclesfield
E-mail: robertsalt@ntlworld.com
My Grandparents Walter John and Martha Harriet Salt lived at 35 Bright Street Meir for most of their married life. They were married at St Peters Church in 1889 and there 8 children were baptised there.Previously 5 generations of the family had lived in Cheadle before my GGrandfather John came to work in the Longton area and lived at Fir Trees Lightwood for many years. My Grandfather was born there. If there is anyone from this Salt line or has knowledge of them or could guide me to any local records that I could see I would be very pleased to hear from them...Great to see what a good local history site you have.
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Name: Nick Goacher
From: Barlaston
E-mail: ngoacher@stjosephsmail.com
I am really pleased to see that Caverswall and it's story are available on the inteernet.It is a lovely village with plenty of character and history, and is an example of how lives and society are changing.
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Name: Peter Lawrence
From: weston Coyney
E-mail: peter.lawrence@ipprugeley.com
Does anyone in the area of Weston Coyney & caverswall know of any land owners or famr owners in the area.I am traing to fly a paramotor,and I looking for asmall field to land & take off in.A paramotor is just a paraglider with a small petrol enigine on my back that allows me to fly with out using hills to gain lift.
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Name: Geoffrey Williams
From: Caverswall
E-mail: geoffrey.williams@hotmail.com
I would be very intrested with any Information or history of St Peters school house, Caverswall.

Regards
G Williams.
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Name: David Rayner
From: Stoke-on-Trent
E-mail: davidrayner553@btinternet.com
Can anyone shed any light on this? As an 11 / 12 year old boy living at 1, Raglan Street (now Dimmelow Street), Coalville Estate, in the 1950s, I remember a tragic incident where a neighbour, Mr Hansen, a coal miner, of 5, Raglan Street, was killed in an accident in the pit. He had two sons, George, the youngest, and Michael, the oldest, and I remember Michael sitting on the front doorstep of number 5 crying after being told the news of his father's death. This would have been around 1958 / 1959. But I have never been able to trace anything about this, not even on Robert Burden's North Staffordshire Coalfields website. If it happened in 1959, there was a six weeks long national printers strike during that summer and the Evening Sentinel was only able to bring out a four page special edition paper every night, minus the family announcements columns and just about everything else. So if the tragedy happened during this period, the death would not have been reported in the paper. Does anyone reading this remember what happened and the date it occured?
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Name: Hilary Milburn
From: Wakefield West Yorkshire
E-mail: hbmilburn@gmail.com
Having lost my Mum very recently, I was going through her wartime photos and found an almost identical photo to the one on the article about Cheadle Y Station. Is Mary, who wrote the article, still alive? I am interested to know if she knew my Mum, then Joyce Aldus, as she is in the photo.
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Name: Michael Brown
From: Durham City
E-mail: mickbrown1@live.co.uk
Hello My Great Grandfather Charles Forrester born Abt 1874 lived in Caverswall he was married to Elizabeth (Betsy) they had two children at that time Charles born 1902 and Minnie born 1904 they moved Durham Abt 1906 I would be Greatful If any body has any information on this family
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Name: Mitchell Rafferty
From: Cheadle
E-mail: mitchmich@yahoo.com
Hello
Im trying to trace a James Gould known as Mo
who was posted to Woodhead around 1954/55
If anyone has any info on him however small I would love to hear from them.
Thankyou
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