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red mail Lamb Family Portsea
Looking for anyone who may have information on Peter Gowan Lamb. He married Mary Elizabeth ?.they had 3 children, Maurice, Adelaide and Ronald.He was a chief Gunner in the R Navy enlisted in 1881 as an Able Seaman . Was still there in 1911 living at 265 New Rd Buckland Portsmouth.Looking for any Naval History or his marriage i think 1888.His son Ronald George Lamb enlisted 19-2-16 address 42 Whitnell Rd Southsea.Can't find an innformation on their daughter Adelaide Mary Lamb either since the 1911 census. Any info very much appreciated, thanks.
The Late Raymond King (died 09/10/2007 Bedhampton
Hello Crazy Diamond and friend John. I noticed you put flowers on my Sons grave. Please contact his mother .
KENNEDY Arthur Robert Portsmouth
Arthur Robert born Portsmouth 1897 father William Kennedy I have an an unwanted copy of this birth certificate If anyone would like this certificate please get in touch
James Cornelius Smith, Portsea Portsea
James Cornelius SMITH b.about 1858, died 1879. Married in 1870 to Sarah Rebecca WILLSON, b.1850 to James Willson and Rebecca ?QUICK. Children to James Cornelius and Sarah Rebecca were James,John,William, Albert and Sidney George Smith. All in Portsea. Sarah Rebecca Willson remarried Robert LOWERY of Newcastle-upon-Tyne ?date and had a daughter Lottie, b. 1881. James Cornelius is my g.g.grandfather Sidney George is my g.grandfather. Grateful for any info on James Cornelius or any of his children. Thanks, Jill.
Harris Hancock Exmouth
I am researching the William Richard Harris family. William, born 1845 in Dawlish was the eldest son of John (1844-1899) and Mary Ann Harris nee Sercombe. William married Sarah Hancock in 1869 and they had at least seven children, Eva, Ernest, Amy, Edith, William, Leonard and Minnie. In the 1881 census he was living at 3 Alexandra Place Starcross with his wife and his brother Albert Harris. His occupation was shown as bootmaker, In the 1891 census he was an assistant Superintendant in the Prudential Insurance Company living with his wife Sarah at 3 Aylsbury Terrace Withycombe Raleigh Exmouth. In the 1901 census he was an agent for the Prudential Insurance Company living at Lawrence Road Portsmouth. In the 1911 census he was a Prudential Assurance Agent living with his wife Sarah at 46 Bath Road Southsea Hampshire. Any information on the family will be appreciated. Allen
GEORGE and NORAH CARTER. Portsmouth
Looking for any information on GEORGE CARTER and his sister NORAH CARTER in 1909 to 1911, I know where they were living in the 1911 census it is before that I am looking for, in 1911 they were living with their older sister JESSIE TUCKER.GEORGE would have been about 4 years old and his sister NORAH about 8 years old. (they may have been living in the Portsea area).but not sure.
red mail PARR, Charlotte, (1796) Portsmouth
She married with MULLINS, William; already have that sourced and tree'd. Son was Robert who married Isabella Bell Hamilton and died in Argyll. Was wondering whether anybody has any knowledge, or can point out the direction where someone does, on the Charlotte of the surname PARR. I already know descending drom Charlotte; she married William and they had Robert who married Isabella, and their daughter called Lavinia married Dr George Ogg Gauld in Nottinghamshire, where they both worked at hospital- him psychiatrist her nurse- and then they had a son called Leslie Robert George GAULD 1907-1954. I'm thus only interested in going backwards and discovering whether anyone knows anything about PARR, Charlotte's, ancestry. Thank you so much in asdvance, guys!
G G CARTER Portsea
Looking for any information for G G CARTER I think that he was a TAILOR in Hanover Street Portsea in 1914 any information at all would be appreciated even it is a TAILOR under a different name.
Wood / Jackman family Portsmouth
Robert Wood was born in Darlington Durham UK in 1876, his parents were Robert and Annie. No middle names. No siblings that we can find. Robert was in the Royal Navy, Reg number 156321, we purchased his records. He was only 15 when he joined and eventually became Petty Officer 1st class. Robert married Maud Trew in 1897 in Portsea Hampshire. They had 2 son's Arthur Robert Wood (1901) and Lionel Charlie Wood (1902) but Maud died in 1903 leaving Robert with 2 young sons In July 1904 Robert married Emily Lucy Rose Vine (b 1876), also known as Emily Lucy Rose Canning, Emily Luch R Vine, Emily Jackman and Rose Wood. Emily was a widow, she had been married to Charlie Jackman who died at sea, aged 28 (b. 1875 d.1902) and she was left with 3 young children: Helen Emily Jackman (1897 - 1984) Robert Charlie Jackman (1899) Rose May Jackman (1900 - 1971) We would love to know more about these three children, but we cannot seem to find out if they married? Had children? Is there any decendants? Robert and Emily had 2 children together Leonard George Wood (1905 -1991) Leonard immigrated to Australia in 1922 with the Barwell Boys Farm apprenticeship scheme, he arrived on the Barrabool and later married Ivy Millicent Dawson in 1937. Ivy Ruby Wood (1910 -2003) did not marry as far as we know. They resided at Prince Albert Road Easteny, Portsmouth UK up until at least 1922 then by 1937 had moved to Cosham We are seeking more information - Robert Wood is my husbands Great Grandfather and has inherited Roberts Navy Medals, we'd love to find out more about him and everyone else in the family.
red mail MULLINS, William, (1781), PARR, Charlotte, (1796), married 3 June 1815c. Portsmouth
Helloz, was wondering whether anybody has any information on the above. Assuming William was in the Royal Navy as Robert, his son in 1826, along with all other offspring, were navy guys at sea. Would certainly be very interested in any information you have available.

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