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Joseph TIREBUCK

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Hello All,

Does anyone have the name TIREBUCK in their ancestry please? I am searching for my ancestor Emma COX and I believe she may have married Joseph Tirebuck around 1892.

Emma originated from Shropshire and was born around 1864 to William Cox (a cooper by trade) and Emma Cox.

Joseph Tirebuck was born in Aston,Birmingham Warwickshire around the same time.I do not know much about him,I really need to find out if it was my ancestor he married.

Many thanks,

Sue.
 

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Theres an Emma and Joseph Tirebuck on the 1901 census, she's born Brosley
Staffs and Joseph Birmingham occ bill poster, children are Joseph age 4 Lily age 1. Does this tie in with info you have?
 
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hello Julie,

Yes,I have seen this and I are looking at it seriously.Emma was born in that area (but there were other Emma Coxes born in Shropshire around the same time,wouldn't you know it?).

However,my Emma did have a younger sister called Lily who died and,tenuous though it may be,I am wondering if she has named her daughter in honour of the dead sister.

I really need to trace this marriage to be certain.

Thank you for your help.

Sue.
 
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Hi Tricia,

Thank you for the information,however,I am very sorry to say that the marriage of Joseph Tirebuck and Emma Cox is not my ancestor's marriage.

I sent for the certificate,but the bride's details do not correspond to my ancestor,although I was 99% sure.One of those things.

Thank you all the same,

Marisan.
 

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My surname is Tirebuck, I am married to Paul Tirebuck, son of John and Peggy Tirebuck. We are from Worscestershire (Worcester). John has relatives in Birmingham. i see someone has already mentioned Joseph Tirebuck, born 1869 in Birmingham- is he of no relation?
 

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I don't know if it's of any help, but there is a Joseph Tirebuck mentioned here:
http://www.goodbytree.org/genealogy/pafg07.htm

My husband's grandmother was a Tirebuck, and the family is from Birmingham, but I don't know much about their history, as yet, unfortunately.
My surname is Tirebuck, my husbands family is from Worcestershire and Birmingham. His father is John Frederick Tirebuck, from Worcester, I am not certain of his grandfathers name.
 
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Hi Tricia,

No,the Tirebuck connection in Birmingham turned out to be a false lead. I was so sure because this Emma's age and place of birth corresponded to my ancestor,and also my ancestor had a sister Lily(died in infancy) on the 1901 for whom I thought she had named her child (Joseph & Emma Tirebuck had a daughter,Lily according to the 1901 census)

However,the bride's father's details wehn I sent for Emma and Jospeh's MC were not those of my ancestor's father,was I have had to (reluctantly) dismiss this trail. My ancestor Emma remains missing.

Good luck with your research.

Marisan.:)
 
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Thanks, Marisa, for clearing that up!

Kimbuckt, my husband has Tirebuck ancestry ~ in Birmingham ~ but I haven't followed it up at all ~ too busy working on my own roots! But I always thought it was an interesting name and that I should at least mark an interest in it, as my kids share those genes too! I don't think that anyone in his family has researched their ancestry, either, and he doesn't follow up family history. You could be connected to him!

Thanks & good luck to you both.
 
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Hello to All who replied to my previous quest on the TIREBUCK name.

Since then I have not been able to trace my ancestor,Emma Cox,and I have looked again at the marriage certificate of Emma COX and Joseph Henry TIREBUCK. I had dismissed it originally as the bride gives her father's name as John COX and I know that her father was William.However,'my' Emma was a small child when her father died after along illness,and she would have had scant knowledge of him.She had an older brother,John.I am wondering if she might have used his name as her father's. The marriage of Joseph Tirebuck and Emma Cox took place on July 31st 1892 at the Parish Church of St Saviour,Birmingham.Joseph was 27 and living at 83 Bridge St and was a Groom and Emma was also 27 and living at 6 Warwick Place,Villa St.Joseph's father was John Tirebuck.

If anyone has this marriage in their research or recognises any of the names,including the area (I am not familiar with the addresses) I would be very grateful to hear from them.

Many thanks,

Marisan.
 
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