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Staffordshire, England DOCKSEY

Staffordshire, England DOCKSEY

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I am interested in hearing from anyone with DOCKSEY ancestry in the North Staffordshire area. Main areas are; Cheddleton, Wetley Rocks, Dilhorne, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Leigh, Bucknall.

Thanks,
Dave

Ancestry

Jeffrey B Docksey (View posts)
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My father is from Derby. I don't know much about any relatives he has there as he came here to Canada when he was 17 years old ( 1953) I believe. His father's name was Edger (Mack)Burton Docksey. He was a policemen in Derby for many years. i hope this helps you out.

Jeff
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Jeffrey,

Many DOCKSEYS originated from Wirksworth in Derbyshire. Take a look at www.lds.co.uk/wirksworth/

Interestingly, my great grandfather was a Policeman in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent .
He was born in 1883 and had a brother Edgar who was born in about 1881. Longton is about 30 miles from Derby.

I'm pretty sure that Edgar married Alice Morris and went on to have a son Edgar.

Ernest was the son of Ephraim Docksey and Maria Plant, farmers of Dilhorne, Staffs.

Any connection?

Dave, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs, England.


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My email address for anyone interested in staffordshire DOCKSEYS is:

davcooke@compass-couriers.co.uk

Thanks

Dave

Shandra (View posts)
Posted: 972423443000
Hi! I'm Jeff's sister. Just discovered this site...

Anyways, to correct his info --
Our grandfather was Edgar Burton Docksey, born in Staffordshire around 1900ish. His father was Ralph Burton Docksey and lived in Burton-On-Trent.

I've been trying to trace Ralph's siblings. I only know he had a brother, William, I believe, who was a vicar in the Rolleston [sp?] area. And I believe their father was a John Burton Docksey.

Ralph was also a building contractor and would have been born around 1870-1890...
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Shandra,

With a name like Edgar Docksey you would think that ours would be connected. However, it seems that they are not - at the moment anyway.

i'll let you know if I come up with anything if I dig further back.

Dave.

Docksey

HAZ. (View posts)
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I am searching for Docksey's so far I have Mary Ellen ( from Bagnall) married to James Biddulph,Eliza Docksey(Mary Ellen's mother) married To Silas Jackson, Eliza born 1838 her parents, Ephraim and Prudence Dale lived in Bucknall. Is this any help to anyone.

Message for HAZ

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Contact me at davcooke@compass-couriers.co.uk
These are part of my tree!

docksey

haz (View posts)
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hi Dave how can i help with your tree

Re: Staffordshire, England DOCKSEY

Amy (View posts)
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Classification: Query
Surnames: Docksey
My grandfather was Ralph Docksey, a jeweler, married Ethel, and lived in Jackson, Michigan. My mother, Elizabeth, their older child, was born in Jackson in November 1917, and a few years later her brother John was born. He became a doctor, married Marilyn, had eight children, and still resides in Willmar, Minnesota. I have no other family history but was told long ago that the family roots are in England. I would like to find out if these names are familiar to anyone who could provide me with more background. Thanks!
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