• 3 SAMUEL CULWICK 1843-1901
    - born abt 1846 KINGS NORTON, Worcs. (1851 REDNAL census 5 years old) Occ: Moulder
    b 1843 WEST BROMWICH MARRIAGE at All Saints West Bromwich 29 Jan 1866 SAMUEL (signed) 22, bach, brass caster of West Bromwich, father Vicarage, labourer and HARRIET (signed) 23 sp father THOMAS PADDOCK labourer. WITNESSES: JAMES LONGMORE and HARRIET CULLWICK (sister of bridegroom) shortly to marry WILLIAM WHITEHOUSE and move to Laney Green near J11 of M6).
    • 4 HANNAH CULLWICK b Sept 1869 W Brom
      m 25th Dec 1889 St Johnís Church West Bromwich.

      + THOMAS SPINKS born abt 1865 Walsall
      1901 - Living 8 NEWHALL St, West Bromwich
      • THOMAS SPINKS, head, 35,
        malleable iron moulder, b Walsall
      • HANNAH SPINKS, wife, 32, b West Brom
        • Samuel SPINKS, son, 12, b West Brom
        • Edith SPINKS, dau, 8, b West Brom
        • Harry SPINKS, son, 2, b West Brom
        • George SPINKS, son, 3 months, B West Brom
        SAMUEL CULWICK, father in law, widower, 57
        axle box carter, b Rednal, Worcs.

    • 4 ALICE CULLWICK Born 27th October 1872 in Glue Yard, West Bromwich (West Bromwich R.D.). Father Samuel was an iron moulder at the time of her birth, and registered the birth (signed). Md BRIGGS or MULLISS in 1892 in West Brom RD. In 1891, Alice is 18, b West Bromwich, dau, living WB.

      + ROSE MAUDE VAUGHAN 1873-1919
      b 1873 married 1905, TVC died 1915. RMV died 1919
        born Sept 1905 Newport
        + BOWKETT m Jun 1928 at Pontypool
        • 6 VIOLA
          + BRUTON m 1962 Newport area
        birth registered Sept 1908 quarter in Newport
        + MURPHY m 1933

    Rose Maud VAUGHAN born 1873 in Blaenau, Gwent - the daughter of Henry and Mary Ann VAUGHAN. Henry was a railway engine driver born in Herefordshire abt 1847. Mary Ann was born in Tredegar about 1840.
    Violet's mother Rose Maud Cullwick died in 1919. Violet was sent to the Workhouse and her brother Albert ran away to sea. Violet Irene Cullwick married MURPHY in 1933 in Newport

    Albert Edward Cullwick died in March 1979 quarter in Newport, aged 74 - so he must have returned from the sea to that same area of Monmouthshire. Seems to be a marriage of AEC to BOWKETT in Pontypool area in June 1928 and a daughter Viola born 1938 who married BRUTON in 1962 in the Newport area.

  • John CULLWICK to Avril HENN 24 Apr 2004 -
    There were 2 HANNAHs born in West Bromwich in 1869. One was spelt Culwick and she married a Scotsman called Riddle and she lived in Liverpool. Yours was spelt Cullwick, the same as mine. Despite that, she is nothing to do with my line or Michael (who is on my line). We do connect, but it appears to be back in the 16th century.

    I have HANNAH as being born in the Sept 1869 quarter in W Brom RD. Married Dec 1889 quarter in W Brom RD to Thomas SPINKS (born abt 1865 in Walsall). Living in NEWHALL St, W.Brom in 1901. In 1891 census, HANNAH is 22, b W.Brom, living W.Brom with parents.

    I have children as SAMUEL SPINKS b 1888, EDITH SPINKS b 1892, HARRY SPINKS b 1898 and GEORGE SPINKS b 1900. All in W.Brom. THOMAS SPINKS is a malleable iron moulder in 1901.

    That is where the trail grows cold, so I hope you will be able to fill some of the SPINKS tree in for us.

    Father of HANNAH, as you know, is SAMUEL CULLWICK. He was born abt 1842 in REDNAL and died abt 1901. Not sure where we got the "abt 1901" from, but the 1842 is from the 1851 census. In 1901 census, SAMUEL was living with your grandma SPINKS, as you said.

    Your great grandmother was HARRIETT. Harriett Elizabeth PADDOCK. They married at West Brom All Saints on 29 Jan 1866. SAMUEL signed, 27, bachelor, brass caster of West Brom, son of VICARAGE. HARRIETT also signed, 23, spinster, dau of THOMAS PADDOCK, lab. Witnesses were JAMES LONGMORE and HARRIETT CULLWICK (Samuel's sister, shortly to marry WHITEHOUSE and move to Laney Green near J11 of M6).

    SAMUEL and HARRIETT were living with eldest two children in 1881 at Gin House Farm, Bartley Green. Harriett died 19 Dec 1887, aged 47, in Union Workhouse. Not sure why, but doubt it was because she was a pauper - probably some sort of sanitarium attached to West Brom Workhouse
    - John Cullwick 24 Apr 2004

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