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red mail Shoeburyness burials
Please can anyone tell me when / where Walter Samuel Marks Harman was buried? He was a Grocer in High Street, South Shoebury before moving to Thorpedene Gardens, Shoeburyness and died 09/01/1930 in Rochford Hospital.
red mail Looking for marriage
I have a Arthur Richard Drake possibly married to Minnie Lappage marriage registered Q1 1888 in the Rochford R D (Minnie does'nt appear in the marriage index with Arthur, but does appear on another page of the index with no spouse). Minnie was born in Shoeburyness or South Shoebury? c1866. The 1891 census has Minnie listed as Mary? They had two children, both born in Southend before Minnie died Q4 1897, death registered in the Rochford R D. Arthur re-married in 1898 to Ada Nicholls. Any help would be appreciated as I would like to confirm the marriage between Arthur and Minnie.
CAMBRIDGE HOTEL SHOEBURYNESS
I am looking for any information or pictures of the Cambridge Hotel that was in Ness Road Shoeburyness. My relative Alban Dix was the landlord there around 1900 and I am struggling to find out more information about the history of it.
red mail Partridge
My grandmother was born in Grove Road Shoeburyness.Her name is Evelyn Laticia Emily Partridge. She married Archibald Graham in 1905 they lived in West Road. He was a bombardier in the 14th Company Royal Garrison Artillery.
red mail descendants of Harry Chandler
Harry Chandler, bakers southend/shoeburyness son of isabel chandler/scott half brother to william and edward scott. uncle to lillian olley nee scott, william scott doll barrett and jessie taylor.
red mail Fellinghams of Shoeburyness
Searching for information about Charles Fellingham who moved to Shoebury in 1850s and married local girl Eliza May and lived at 14 Rampart Street until his death in 1894. Also their children Elizabeth, William, Arthur Joseph and Charles.
red mail Cundy Family, Shoeburyness
I am looking for any information on the Cundy family, including David, and Arthur Robert, who were fisherman in the period 1800-1940's. I believe it was a common surname but any leads would be appreciated.
red mail Cook
We are interested in hearing from any descendants of James Cook and Tamar Milbank who kept the butchers shop in South Shoebury
red mail Davies, MacKenzie
Looking for anything on Wilfred White Mackenzie, one of three children born in 1911 and placed in orphanage with sister Irene (married name Boyd). Wilfred came to Canada in 1928 at age 17. His mother's maiden name was Davies?. Address thought to be 44 Cambridge Rd, Shoeburyness, Essex at time of birth. Inquiring for my cousin Heather. Thank you
Fry/Brown in Shoeburyness
Looking for an Ada Louise Brown born Shoeburyness about 1895. She married Henry Clemence Fry and had two daughters in about 1914/16 who were both adopted by the Robinson family somewhere in Essex. What happened to Ada Louise? Does anyone out there know?Marie
red mail sweeney family shoeburyness
Does anyone have information about the Sweeney family who lived in South Shoebury in the late 1800's and early 1900's. Head of family was Jeremiah a gunner in the royal artillery and master shoemaker and children were Ellen Denis Mary Alice Garrett Lucy and John.
red mail BROOKS/COX families SHOEBURYNESS
my great grandparents wereALFRED BROOKS born in shoeburyness 1857 and MARIA COX born in strood kent 1859 they married in june 1880 my grandparents were ANNIE MARIA BROOKS andWILLIAM GEORGE FENN married in 1911 my great aunts ELIZA ALICE and ETHEL BBOOKS were schoolteachers in shoeburyand i think were related to the COX family who opened the first school there in hinguar street i am trying to trace the BROOKS family's ancestry there are several BROOKS households in shoebury on the 1881 cencus i have a lot of photo's and postcards of the family and of places and events in shoebury lots of them are school events
red mail SHOEBURY GARRISON 1800's
I am keen to find anyone who may hold information about the garrison in Shoeburyness. My GG-Grandfather was stationed there from 1857-1883. Would be interested to hear from anyone who has photos of the garrison from this time, and especially anyone who has photos of the Royal Artillary regiments at that time - I have no idea what my relative looked like! Thanks for your in advance.
red mail GREENSMITH
Searching for members of the GREENSMITH family who were based at the Shoebury Garrison during the late 19th century. William GREENSMITH (bn 1841) moved down from Nottingham area to join the Royal Artillary there. He had two daughters from his first marriage to Elizabeth Jane Gouln/Gould : Harriett Jane and Catharine. He was then remarried to Catherine BURKE (from Ireland) and had Thomas (bn 1875 who moved down to Cornwall), Mary (bn 1876), William (bn 1878), Joseph (bn 1880), Richard (bn 1881), Edward (bn 1883 to whom I am directly related), Charles (bn 1888). Any info on the garrison would be great and any descendant who wants to get in touch. Thanks
red mail Perry & Thoroughgood families
Ann PERRY b. abt 1801, in West Camel,Somerset, daughter of James PERRY & Dinah BANGER. Moved to South Shoebury, Essex bef 1838.First marriage to ? CUNDAY. Second to John THOROUGHGOOD. Brother, William, born in 1809 also moved to Eessex, his daughter marrying Isaac ANDERSON. Any info on family welcomed.
red mail history
i am trying to find out what was in the vicinity of saxon gardens/delaware road pre 19th century. can anyone help? preferablly dating back as early as possible
red mail Porter - Shoeburyness, Essex
Looking for any information on the PORTER family around Shoeburyness, Essex.


 
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