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red mail Shop
Does anyone remember the shop Sainsbury and Sainsbury Typwriter Machanics on Hoe street bridge, Walthamstow or Leytonstone. My Dad Mr Hogg worked there from leaving the RAF until he retired in about 1968.Maybe someone has a photo of it please.
Harris (Plumber)
Looking for descendants of Thomas Harris b 1881 in Hampstead (Hendon) married Alice (Stevens) in Putney 1904 by 1906 first son is born Thomas (William) in Hampstead area second son Lionel born 1906 in Walthamstow. 1930 Thomas snr. is living with Alice at King Edward Road, Walthamstow. Thomas Jnr is also living there and he is a Railway Clerk. Thomas Snr. dies, I believe around 1952. Would love to make contact with anybody who can help in any way at all.
Does anyone know of a GEORGE ROWE who was a manager in HITCHMAN'S DAIRIES, Hainault Road, Leytonstone in the late 1940's, 1950's & 1960's? He had a sister GERTIE who worked at LIVERPOOL STREET STATION in the 1960's, cleaning the ladies toilets! Also anyone else from that era at HITCHMAN'S DAIRIES : ARTHUR COLEMAN, MR CRUMP, another depot manager just known as 'SONNY'?
red mail Andrews
I am looking for Walter Stanley Andrews - born 1917 - divorced from Elsie Valentine Andrew (Lynch), when I was at Junior School. I have not seen or heard from him since. If anyone can help with this search I would appreciate it. I know he had a sister Jean who lived in Hedgemans Road, Dagenham.
red mail GROGAN Family
Any information on Grogan family from Wood Street area of Walthamstow would be greatly appreciated. My grandfather Albert Grogan born 1901 had many brothers and sisters so there may be other descendants still living in the area.
Ralph Hinkin
I have a small ornate silver pendant medal inscribed "MCC" on the front and engraved "S.E.L & S.T.C.L Runners Up" on the back, presented to R Hinkin in 1906. Does anyone know anything about this cricket related item? Ralph Hinkin was an ancestor on my mother's side of the family, but nobody knew of a cricketing connection.
red mail wells
Hi, Looking for any information on Robert Walter Lames Wells late of Church Hill Walthamstow, He was maried to Daisy Ann Tuvey of brunner Road Walthamstow. Robert worked for London Transport in the Late 1960s to Late 1970s as a bus driver. Regards Roy
I have a death certificate for Christopher Woodham who died 3 July 1879, he was 72 and a beer retailer. Any connections would be appreciated. Colleen
red mail Lathwell Family
My fathers name was george lathwell, his mams name was Daisy wells nee tuvey, I am looking for any information on the lathwell family. My dad had one brother whos name was freddy lathwell.Their fathers name was alfred I think..... Thankfully
red mail Raven's Bread, Walthamstow
Information and photos to add to what I have got, which is that Edwin Raven b.1855 d.1912 had a Bakery shop at 27 Beulah Road E17 his eldest son also an Edwin b.1873 built up the business with another shop at Brighton Terrace, Forest Road, and maybe others. The Forest Road shop and business was sold to A B C in 1948 Even later the Forest Road shop was used into the 60's by Lists Bakeries. A youngest son Leonard Raven also ran an engineering company from Beulah Road E17 just after 1945. any memories stories or photos pertaining welcomed.
red mail SKINGLE family of Walthamstow
I am looking for information of my great great grandmother's family. Her name was FRANCES SKINGLE, born 1782 at Walthamstow, her parents were RICHARD SKINGLE 1759 Walthamstow and HONOR BLAIZER married 31 Jan 1782 Walthamstow, her grandparents were cousins JOHN SKINGLE 1735 Walthamstow and JOANNA SKINGLE 1736 Walthamstow married 16 Nov 1758 Christ Church Spitalfields, London. Would be nice to know if there are any other descendants of this family who would be happy to share information. FRANCES married WILLIAM HARRIS CHECKLEY b1793 Northamptonshire at St Botolph without Bishopsgate 5 July 1812. It seemed to be a habit of this family to marry in London so may have had business contacts there. William eventually dropped the CHECKLEY part of his name and the family just became HARRIS.

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