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red mail bermondsey - st.olave area valentine slack
researching family tree and have relatives in bermondsey st olave area surname valentine slack/ slack with a conection to norwich norfolk and hadleigh suffolk would be grateful for any information and willing to share my research to date many thanks
Coffee house keeper in Bermondsey
My great aunt Florence SCHOFIELD (nee PIPER) ran a coffee house in Tooley Street for many years. She first married George CATTEL (1891) and they had a son, George James. Something must have gone wrong with the marriage for the son changed his name by Deed Poll to PIPER as soon as he was legally old enough (in 1913) but he was calling himself George PIPER several years before that. Any information on this family between 1897 and 1905 would be very welcome.
Relates London EC and Bermondsey/Newington Looking for information on antecedents of the Clark(e) and Omer family. Thomas Clarke (abt 1796-1836) married Cecilia Ann Omer (abt 1799-1850's), daughter of William Omer (son of James Omer) and Elizabeth Dalton. Thomas Clarke was the son of Thomas Clarke (abt 1768-1833), bedstead maker, and Ann (died 1844), and had 3 other surviving siblings, George, Harriett (married John (Funnell) abt 1831) and Mary Ann (married John Clunie, baker, of Watling Street, EC, abt (1817)). The 4 Clarke children were probably born in London, EC. Thomas Clarke and Cecilia had several daughters, of whom only one, Mary Ann Harriott Clarke appears to have married, to a Henry Barrow, and had children, and one son, Thomas Clarke, born 1835. Thomas Clark (no longer spelt Clarke with an "e") married Ellen Clemons in Hastings in February 1867, and had a son, Thomas, possibly born in Hastings in 1867, and 5 further children. Thomas Clark (born 1835) died in the early 1880's. I have some information on his offspring, with the exception of Thomas born 1867. It is possible that he is the Thomas Arthur Clark counted in the 1911 census living with his wife, Alice Mary Clark (nee May) in Streatham.
I would like help from anyone who can tell me just where to get info on my Gr, Grandad Andrew Jackson, who was knocked down and killed by a "horsed van " in 1918 on a street in Bermondsey. Would there be anything in the papers as an inquest was held, also can i get hold of the inquest records.I have all his birth, marriage and death, and also census records, but nothing about how he died, apart from whats on his death certificate. Anything would help. Kate
Still looking for any photos of Joseph Jackson. Born in Bermondsey 1887, and was also a Bermondsey Boxer. Got into trouble with the law due to Racing Gangs, and was sent to Parkhurst Prison for Seven years in 1922. I have his birth, marriage and death certificates, also the census's and his army records. Any photos would be wonderful, as he was my Grandad and i have never seen him. Please contact Kate
Would anyone know where Christopher Baden who died in 1905 in St. Olave Infirmary, Bermondsey, is likely to be buried. I have tried most of the local cemeteries, but no luck. Also his wife Eliza Baden who died in 1893, again in St Olave Infirmary, Bermondsey. Thankyou, Kate
Daughters of William James Raper
My Great Maternal Grandfather, William James Raper who married Margaret Harriet Jane Green had five or even six Daughters. I have traced two of them, Hilda Maud born 1889 married to a Clifford Wynn in Weston Zoyland and Ethel Jessie born 1882, these two are confirmed as I have their Birth Certificates. I have searched other websites but have now hit a brickwall. Can anyone please help with positive proof ie knowledge of the existance of Birth Certificates around the 1883/1900 period. Kind regards Martin
Christian Forbes and Philip Clare
Christian Forbes married Philip Clare at St Katherine's by the Tower on 27/11/1760. They had one son, another Philip whose birth date I'm not sure of but he married Elizabeth Dowle in 1788 and died in 1827. Any info gratefully received.
red mail Looking for Francis Blake and Annie Donegan descendants
I'm looking for the descendants of Francis Blake (married Annie Marie Ellena Donegan on May 11, 1869, in Bermondsey, England). One of their sons, Walter Albert, born on February 6th 1890 was my granddad. He was part of what is called The British Home Children. He came to Canada (Montreal) at the age of 14. From what I've been told by my parents, Walter was the cadet of a big family (11 children) and all his brothers and sisters were placed in two orphanages (one catholic and one protestant) after their father passed away. It would be nice to get in touch with the descendants of his brothers and sisters who still lives in UK. It's seem like two of his brothers (Francis and Frederick) were once the owners of THE BLUE POSTS, a pub on Newman St., London). "Francis William Blake, married Emma nee Boxall on May 12 1894 at St John, Horselydown, Southwark, his father shown as Francis Blake a leather dresser her father shown as George Boxall, a leather dresser. Francis and Emma had three children, Frances Emmaline Blake christened April 28 1895 at St Augustine, Bermondsey, Arthur Francis Blake christened June 28 1896 also at St Augustine and Herbert Charles Blake christened May 29 1898, Herbert died prior to 1911.Arthur Francis married Hilda Boutchard in 1926 they had twin boys Anthony and Peter J born 1933. registered Barnet, Hertfordshire." Anthony and Peter J, born in 1933 may still be alive. Would be nice to reach them.
Leonard Arthur Roud b.1912 (son of James Roud b.1874 and Bertha M Shaw) believe married Elizabeth F Crane in Worthing in 1937. Leonard died in Gravesend in Kent in 1987 (75) and Elizabeth died Gravesend in 1989. Are there any relatives? Believe Elizabeth F Crane was daughter of Jessie A Crane b.1889 to Arthur Crane of Worthing, and Eleanor W B Winchester who married in East Preston in April-Jun.1915. There are a lot of Crane connections. I am one.
My Grandfather Wilfrid Robert RAPER was born in Block 2A Vine Street Buildings in June 1892, This is recorded on his Birth Certificate so I guess that Block 2A did exist. Were any ancestors of yours born or lived in this particular block, I would love to get the record straight instead of it being an entry mistake on his Birth Cert. by the then Deputy Registrar.

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