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green mail Mary Woodcock
Has anyone out there got a Mary Woodcock (married name) in their family born Ireland who travelled to Ireland in the 1930's to visit family. This lady was related to my grandfather but am not sure how. Would love to trace this family and tie up the missing link.
green mail Thorp and Sommerseth
I am looking for information on Henry Charles Thorp(e) Jnr, born Scranton, PA 1914, and Oddlaug Jacoba Sommerseth, born Lodingen, Norway 1910/11. They married in New York in 1936 and were living in Manhattan on the date of the 1940 US census, with their daughter, Elizebeth, and Henry Charles Thorp(e) Snr.
green mail boxing
I am looking for a john maynard, also called jacko , he was a bare knuckle fighter in about 1880
red mail ROBERT PROCTOR BRAND
I am looking information on Robert Proctor Brand who travelled to New York aboard the Steam Ship CALIFORNIA from Glasgow on 10 May 1930. He was born 1909 so was 21 when he arrived in New York. He lived on Burnside Street Glasgow with his parents & siblings. Robert Proctor Brand & Annie Brand (parents), Siblings: Annie, Christina, Elizabeth, George, John, Thomas, William, Owen & Helen. It is believed he settled in the USA & POSSIBLY moved to the Philadelphia area.
green mail Hodgson/McLaughry
Charles Havelock Hodgson married Elizabeth McLaughry in Manhattan, Kings, New York on June 13, 1880. Charles was born in England and Elizabeth was born in Ireland. I have been trying to find the birth date and occupation of Charles and the place in England where he was born. My great great uncle Havelock Hodgson, son of Vincent Hodgson and Amelia Havelock, left England and emigrated to New York about 1871 with his first wife Agnes Matilda Hodgson. Agnes died in Brooklyn, Kings, New York in 1879. If Charles Havelock Hodgson and Havelock Hodgson are the same person, he remarried in June 1880 to Elizabeth. I found a marriage for Elizabeth McLaughry Hodgson to Joseph Spain in Manhattan on Jan. 11, 1890 so Charles Havelock Hodgson either died or they got divorced. I would like to know if Charles was living with Agnes in Brooklyn before she died. I cannot find his death record. Both Havelock Hodgson and Charles Havelock Hodgson show Vincent and Amelia as parents. Any help to find proof as to whether the two men are one and the same person would be appreciated.
green mail Connecting the Greeno (ugh) dots
I wish to reconnect with Dennis Greeno re the Greenough family tree if anyone can pass on this message or if anyone is tracing the Greenough family I would be pleased to hear from them.
green mail WARDLE, Henry Oliver
Henry Oliver Wardle married my gt gt grandfather's sister Hannah Calverley in 1849 in Lancashire then emigrated to USA, eventually settling in Oyster Bay, New York around 1860. Anybody related, would love to hear from you.
green mail Channing
Searching for Walter J D Channing b.1946 in Cheshire, UK. Emigrated to USA with his parents Walter & Eunice Channing and 3 sisters Eunice, Dolores & Diedre in 1946 when he was 1 month old. I would most grateful for any snippet of information.
green mail BROWN
BROWN (first name William E born Sept. 1884 and married to a Gertrude H Brown - born Feb. 14th 1885) left on a ship to the Southern UK area est. near 1917.
green mail Bellard
I understand that there are many people in the USA. with my Surname Bellard, I know that an Alfred Bellard, who came from Hull, left with his Father for New York in the early 1850s. when Alfred was 18 he joined the Civil War........A book "Gone for a Soldier" was written years later ( from his exploits, notes, sketches, etc.) I have details of Bellards, living in South Cave, Nr.Hull,, ( in East Yorkshire,England ) in the 1500s-1600s. also in Skidby, Nr. Hull, Joseph Bellard was a town crier, Lamplighter, Cordwainer, Shopkeeper, etc. !... many in Hessle Nr.Hull......In France, quite a lot there, .....some say that the name oiginates from France, in the 1600-1700s. when King Louis, the ??? " chased " all the Hugenots out of France! PS...... Similar names, like Billard, Ballard, or Bellard, but in France, I think pronounced Bayard, the two L"S together, are"nt sounded.

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