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New WebSite - BMD Certificate Exchange Site

BMD Certificate Exchange Site

This is a new site that I have made and put on the web, it is for people to list any Birth, Marriage or Death Certificates that they may have acquired in error, I myself have done this on a couple of occasions, thought that I had found one of my ancestors, only to discover that after purchasing the certificate he/she was indeed not the person that I was looking for, so these certificates usually end up in the back of my files.

Somebody brought the idea to me of setting up a Certificate Exchange Site solely for this purpose, I do hope that you will find this site to be of use, it is Totally Free to enter details of any certificate you may have spare, and there are no charges whatsoever to view the listings on this site, if you do see a certificate that is of interest to you, all you have to do is click on the 'email' in the Contact column, you will then be able to contact the person who has entered the listing.

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Researching Samuel Ward - Smethwick area of Staffordshire, England.

Looking for information on Samuel WARD, and also Mary YARDLEY.
I know they got married at St. Martins Church in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England on the 21st of Feb 1803.
They lived at Smethwick, and I know they had 7 children -
Martha b.1805 - Joseph b.1809 - Samuel b.1810 - James b.1813 - William b.1815 d.1876 - Joseph b.1817 - and John b.1820.
Now Joseph b.1809 must have died at an early age because they had another son named Joseph who was born in 1817, I have not found any death details for the Joseph who was born in 1809, but I do know that Joseph b.1817 married.
I am looking for Samuel and Mary's parents.