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red mail Ipswich - hatting industry?
I wonder if someone would be kind enough to help me please. At the time of my great x3 grandmother's baptism in 1818, her father William Holbrow was described as a hatter from Ipswich. I was wondering what sort of hatting industry there was in Ipswich at the time and whether records still exist. Many thanks for your help.
red mail BENDELL Richard A.P.
Richard Arthur (Payne) BENDELL, sometimes spelled BENDALL(1869 - 1955) born in Ipswich and died in Maldon Essex. He was my grandfather but died before I was born. I have been told he was in the army and may have been in India. He had a large family and my father only recalls him as an old man sitting in the front room - so maybe he was injured? Does anyone know how I can find out about his time in the army and if he went anywhere else. Also how the extra name PAYNE got added - it is not one of his birth names - just curious!
red mail Burrows (Looking For)
Trying to trace Ivan Burrows born C 1941,Son of Reginald and Queenie. Last Known address's Victoria Street 1950 (London Road End) then Gainsborough area C 1955. I believe he had a younger sister born 1944 (Ips) her name may be Maureen.
red mail Great Grandmother
I am seeking any information on Sarah Elizabeth Miller born I believe in 1862 in Ipswich, Suffolk. Her fathers name was Charles Cole (taken from her wedding Certificate). Don't have a mothers name. She was married twice as far as I know. First to Edward Link in 1885 and then to Thomas Carter in 1897. She died in 1923 in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.
Missing Great Aunt
Alice Maude/Maude Garnham born Ipswich 1887 Parents George-Georginna (Akers) Garnham.Shown as living in Ipswich in 1911 census, believed to have emmigrated- cannot find any records relating to this.
Looking for information about my late twin uncles, JACK ALEXANDER BAILEY and WILLIAM ALBERT BAILEY. They were born 14 Sep 1921 in Ipswich, Jack served in the Navy in WW2 and William, or Billy as he was always known, served in the Army. I am only trying to find out if by chance anyone knew anything about what they did job-wise after WW2. Jack died in Feb, 1994 and Billy died Jan, 1986, both in Ipswich. They never married. Any information about them or either of them would be much appreciated.
Pc No. 137 John Cook Bear born Ipswich 1870, served 1887 - 1892, 1888 stationed at Rivenhall (moved from Doneyland/Peldon), 1891 Census Rivenhall, lodger. But who exactly was John Cook Bear?
red mail tracy/tracey
looking for information on tracy/tracey family father walter wife ellen they had eight children on 1881 census john/mary a/George w/Alfred/henry j/alice m./Elizabeth/Isabella born 1883 .alice I think married William jones 1899 in Lambeth.the family was split up due death of mother in 1883 walter died 1892 in Ipswich Suffolk. they where living in prospect rd Ipswich st Mathew. thanks dee
Walter Canham
Researching the Canham family of Ipswich. Walter (son of James & Mary Ann Sophia)appears with them in Ipswich in the 1871 & 1881 censuses, but I cannot track him in 1891. In 1901 he was running the County Hotel in Ipswich with his wife Florence & 4 daughters Elsie, Sybil, Nellie & Ivy. Dorothy & Kathleen were born later. Does anyone have any more info about Walter (or his sister Ada), please? Thank you. Val
red mail St John's Workhouse School Bloomfield Road
Has anyone got photographs or any information on this workhouse. I have just found that my grandfather's brother and sister were there in 1911. His brother Christopher Smith was sent from there to Canada in 1914. Any information would be greatly apprieciated.
red mail Spall
Looking for the husband of Ethel Spall b.1880 in Ipswich.

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