Ennis Brothers ?

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Re: Ennis Brothers ?

Postby candy » Fri Aug 19, 2011 3:25 pm

beardie wrote:
> hi all,
> while checking for 9154 sgt alfred brown in the west bromwich papers i
> found a article on the ennis brothers!
>
> jamie if want a copy email me
>
> steve


hi steve
could you email me a copy of that please my great grandfather was william ennis the surving brother of 5 and i would be interested in this thank you my grandmother passed away in feb 2010 and i have started to do my family tree my grandmother told all about them but had nothing to show me so i have tried to find has much has i can for my family tree thank you
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Re: Ennis Brothers ?

Postby beardie » Fri Aug 19, 2011 4:33 pm

hello candy,
the messager system is disabled on this forum because of spamming :x

you will have to post your email address unless louis can past on the article!

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Re: Ennis Brothers ?

Postby scully » Fri Aug 19, 2011 4:52 pm

Steve,

I have forwarded the attachment to Candy of the Ennis Brother article. I have also copied it tyo you so you have the email address.

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Re: Ennis Brothers ?

Postby Jamie » Fri Aug 19, 2011 9:00 pm

Hi Candy. I believe we may be related, though distantly. My Great Grandmother was Maud Ennis, sister to William / John / Bert / Samson / Samuel Ennis who all fought in WW1. I think they were all in the Worcester Regiment apart from Samuel who was in the South Staffordshire Regiment. How much do you know about the Ennis family? I know only what I found by researching ancestry sites. I have copies of various census from 1901 and 1911 and medal index cards etc. I also have a copy of a photo of all 5 brothers in uniform (generously provided by someone else who posts on this site).
I'll gladly email you everything i've found if it helps in your search.
Regards
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Re: Ennis Brothers ?

Postby Jamie » Fri Aug 19, 2011 9:08 pm

Hi Beardie

I'd like to see what you've found on the Ennis brothers.

Regards
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Re: Ennis Brothers ?

Postby beardie » Fri Aug 19, 2011 10:33 pm

thankyou louis :)

jamie i have already sent you a copy of the article!

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Re: Ennis Brothers ?

Postby Jamie » Fri Sep 02, 2011 12:02 am

Hi Candy. William Ennis is the eldest brother who survived. The Ennis brothers are my Great Grandmothers brothers. Four were killed in various places. PLease contact me as I have some more information. Regards Jamie.
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