Brown family, 1908-09?, Moseley Green.
Gladys Brown, Jim Brown, Vincent Brown, Rosena Brown, (baby) Vincent Brown, Lily Brown (James), Dorothy Brown (Hoare).
Vincent thinks that the photo may have been taken at No 12, Moseley Green.
Jackie Howlett added (August 2012): "... I believe this may be a photograph of my great Grandfather and Grandmother Brown. They lived at number 12 Moseley Green. The young girl named Lily Brown James is I believe my grandmother Lilian James nee Brown. She was born in 1900. She and my grandfather Percy James lived at number 13 Mosley Green from about 1924 to 1998. They had three sons Percy -my father, Vivian and Rodney. I was christened at Moseley Green Chapel in 1950. My great Grandmother Brown lived at no 12 Moseley Green until her death in 1969/70 aged 96. I would love to hear from anyone who is related to me from the extended family".
Doreen Mallard added (May 2013): "... Nos 12 and 13 would be the Barracks. Moseley Green itself has 6 houses and a pub,The Rising Sun and its own sign on the bank. The Chapel was always known as Moseley Green though. The Jones Family Fred and Ivy my grandparents and my mother and her brothers lived at either No 9 or No 10 the Barracks before they moved over to Moseley Green in 1945 aprox. I think they are related to the Brown family".
Jonathan Pritchard added (December 2016): "... I was just reading your post on Fred Jones and his wife, they were my great grandparents. My dad is John Pritchard son of Stan and Mini Pritchard. Mini Pritchard (nee Jones) is the daughter of Fred And Ivey, they lived in the 1st house at Mosley green".
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