Family history and genealogy records for Bagnall and related families

 

This site is divided into two main sections, the first part is the Families section which contains details my own direct Bagnall family line and also details of many connected families, many of which have been contributed by related visitors to the site.

The second part is the Index section which contains many more individuals than the families section, with a full name index, but with slightly less detailed information. This part contains mainly my own research.

 

I wish to thank everyone who has contributed to this website, and in particular my cousins Barry Kelly and Nita Pearson, who are both constantly sending me new information. I also wish to thank my cousin Richard Bagnall who's help and encouragement made this website possible.

 

Nita and I are currently developing a Blog entitled 1929 a Snapshot in Time.  It concerns a diary that was kept by Nita's mother Irene who was at the time a 13 year old girl living in West Bar, Sheffield.

Go to Irene King's Blog

 

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Thank you to everyone who has left a message in the Guestbook. I try to contact most of you by email as I often have further information or help to give. If you decide to leave a message and you would like a reply, could you please make sure that your email address is typed correctly.

 

Contact: Pat Bagnall

 

 

Bagnall Village.com: This long established genealogy website, based in and around the village of "BAGNALL" in Staffordshire, has sadly had to be discontinued.

  But all is not lost....?                More details...

 

 

 

Men who served in WW1: We are attempting to compile a list of the men  featured on this website who served in the first world war, and hopefully provide information of their service records....    Go to WW1 page     

 

 

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Before you leave the site, Please take a few moments to read the following newspaper article. It was published in the Northern Echo, and it concerns my grandaughter Jemima who was diagnosed with leukaemia on 26th January 2006. It may help to restore your faith in human nature!

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                                                Older Updates

23 Nov 2011 with the Ball Family

 

18 November 2011 with the Brown Family

 

22nd October 2011 with the Clarkson Family

 

29 Nov 2011 with the Fawcett Family

 

2 Dec 2011 with transported Convict Joseph Bagnall

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Site last updated

 

30th October 2018

Private Harry Bagnall

 

2 June 2018

Francis Henry Sedgley & family

 

25 April 2018

Thomas Sarbitt & family

 

14 March 2018

Sydney James Bagnall

and family

 

28 November 2016

Family of John Bagnall & Maria (Wilson)

 

30 May 2016 with the Renshaw Family

and the story of Original Renshaw

 

4 May 2016

Family of Arnold Muir Bagnall

 

24 January 2016

Joseph Bagnall/Dowd

 

19 December 2015

A Disaster at Masbrough

 

3 April 2015 with the Whittington family

 

28 February 2015 with the Docherty and

O'Donald families

 

28 August 2014 with the

Bagnall/Gallivan family

 

17 August 2014 with the story of

Convict John Bagnall

by Margaret Drinkall

 

6 December 2013 with

Guest family

by Keith Guest

 

10 October 2013 with Sanderson family

by Barry Sanderson

 

8 September 2013 with

Served in WW1

 

18 August 2013 with

Bagnall Village.com

 

13 July 2013 with

Bagnall family

by Fiona Diaz

 

14 Feb 2013 with

Beeley family

By Lauraine Palmeri

 

11 October 2012 with

Gertrude Bagnall & Thomas Victor King

 

21 June 2012 with

Joseph Bagnall & Eliza Pollard

 

3 June 2012

Docherty O'Donald photo gallery

 

12 Jan 2012 with Bagnall family reunited

 

 

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