|About Fellows Staffs to USA
Tracing my ancestors started seriously in 2007 and is, as i write this 2009 a very enjoyable if sometimes frustrating hobby. My 4 grandparents families being Fellows, Tyler, Edlin and Kiely have been fairly easy to trace back to the early 19th century with the exception of the Kiely family who i am told were from Ireland and at some point in the 1800s moved to England and lived in London.
The Edlins were from Lincolnshire and Leicestershire.
The Tyler family were in the main from the small village of Exton Rutland and others from the surrounding villages of Rutland, Leicestershire and Lincolnshire.
The Fellows as my site name states were from the black country and some of them in the late 1800s left England for the United States.
Thank you to all who have given me info to help me, especially Mick Fellows for the early Fellows photos and info etc, Susan in Australia who
gave me so much of my Fellows Yorkshire England stuff, and Vicki Jackman in the USA who was my first US contact and who has given me so much on the James Henry Fellows family post emigration.A Big thank you also to
Tina in Montana who has made contact, she has given me some great info on the Webb family and also some excellent photos.
Summer 2009: Met Dennis & Marilyn Mcgorman from California.
After my health problems in 2010 and 12 months off work and numerous trips to Southwark London have been able to find more on the Kiely family.
Spring 2012 and a visit from Vicki Jackman and Mary Trippler from Minnesota. Spring 2014 another visit from Mary Trippler from MN.
Currently adding photos and stories, if I put any photos on that you don.t like let me know and I will take them off.
Still trying to trace the Lunn family in the Dakota's, and some more info on Kielys in Ireland.
And yes i did have a perm in the 70s, fashions hey.
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