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red mail Chaplin family
Interested in family connections in Waltham Abbey for Chaplin family, probably related to William Chaplin shown in 1861 census wrking at the Gunpowder Mills, any help, contact welcome
red mail Samuel William Brown - Waltham Abbey b1819
Trying to find details on Samuel William Brown, born Waltham Abbey 9 Aug 1819, christened 5 Sep 1819 to John Brown and Sarah.
red mail Larman/Askew/Massey
Larman family known to be in Waltham Abbey(orWaltham Holy Cross)abt.1790s to 1870s. Joseph Larman b.abt 1785 was liscenced victualler of Sun Inn, Sun st until he died about 1840,wife Susan (have not found her maiden surname).Sons include William Larman b.1815 who married Alice Larman born abt1809,have not found details of her parents.Their daughter was Eliza Larman b.1845 married Benjamin Massey from Sewardstone b.1839. Alice Larman died 1850 & William (1815)married again to Georgiana Askew b.1831 her father was also beer shop keeper in Waltham Abbey.
red mail CHAPLIN family
William born Woolwich 1821,wife Louisa born Waltham Abbey 1824 died 1888. William worked in the Dust House as a Foreman in the R G P Mills.Children Frederick Jas, Eliza Emily, Henry,Mary Ann, Walter, William. They lived in Highbridge Street,1861. Wollard Street 1891.Any help would be useful.
red mail Wood family
The family lived in the Romeland. Frederick was born in 1862 mother Louisa born 1820,William father born 1820 in Enfield ? Any help useful.
SEARS/BIGGS/CLEMENTS
I am interested in anyone with these names in Waltham Abbey. Mary Ann SEARS born about 1804 married Henry BIGGS. Mary Ann BIGGS born about 1825 married William CLEMENTS. John CLEMENTS born 1844 married Mary Ann MACKEY.
Colverd family - Waltham Abbey
Seeking information on John Colverd, possibly a carpenter, born abt 1786 and his wife Mary of the same age.Their daughter,Ann, married Joseph Wilks and migrated to Australia in 1855. John appears to have died in 1847.
red mail charles gale c1810
looking for any info on charles gale born c1810 in waltham abbey and also thomas jabez gale c1823 of waltham abbey. not sure if/or how they are related. i have them on the 1851 living in kentish town, thomas as a visitor of charles. charles could have the middle name of King.
red mail Wren family
Looking for family of John Wren b.26/7/1840, wife is Emma nee Conyard.Children are Charlotte,Arthur,William,Elizabeth,Emily,Hannah, George.
red mail RANN
William Edward RANN b 1876 married to May BAKER. I don't have any further details except that one child may have been Emily Eliza Margaret RANN born in Edmonton.
red mail Clark/Pumfrey
Seeking information about Daniel Clark, born c1799 in Waltham Abbey. Married Emily Pumfrey St. Andrew's Church, Enfield in 1820. Can't trace Daniel's ancestors. Help would be appreciated.
red mail John James Tamkin
John James Tamkin born 1811 married Rebecca Maynard. Amonst his children was a son of the same name who emigrated to the USA and my great grandmother Elizabeth Tamkin who married Charles Bromwich Buswell. The Maynards link back through the Woodbridge and Russell families to the Pigbone family all in Waltham Cross.
red mail searching for James Hughes, Montreal
Searching for info/leads on my 5th great grandfather James Hughes, Town Major in Montreal from 1760-1820; MAY HAVE BEEN IN SCHOOL IN WALTHAM ABBEY ABOUT 1730-1740?
red mail Biscoe
am looking for information on Thomas Biscoe the father of the explorer John Biscoe. i believe Thomas came from Waltham Abbey but moved to Enfield. would like to find his parents, or any other family members.
red mail arthur ernest chaplin
looking for decendents of Arthur E Chaplin of Waltham Abbey He first married Ellen Blanche Rowley in 1906 they had a son called Athur Leonard (Len) born around 1910 Ellen died in 1915 and he then married Eva Maria Cordell in 1917 and they had two sons Roy in 1918 and Andrew Edwin (Eddie - my dad) in 1920 I can go backwards but am having trouble going forwards - any body help ? I know little to nothing about my dad's family.
red mail Family Godfrey
I am trying to find details of a William Godfrey born in Waltham Abbey in about 1779. He moved to the Stockton-on Tees area in about 1805 and married Ann Stoker who was from Thornaby and had eleven children. He was my Great, Great Great Grandfather.
red mail Andrews
William and Catherine Andrews lived in Silver Street c1860-1870 any information on the family or copies of photographs of Silver Street in the late 1900's greatly appreciated.
GROOM, SMITH, PATMORE, HUNT, SIMMONS
I can trace my ancestors to the Waltham Abbey area from 1818-50, and the GROOM, SMITH, PATMORE, HUNT and SIMMONS families.
red mail William BAXTER of Waltham Abbey
Info on William DOB 1827 son of Thomas Baxter (Silk Printer) & Elizabeth.
red mail Derbidge/Durbidge/Derbridge
I am looking for info on Derbidges from Waltham Abbey in the 1850's and 1860's. My great grandfather Arthur Henry Derbidge was born 27/11/1862.
The Turnham family
I would be pleased to hear from anyone who is related to the Turnhams who lived in Waltham Abbey, many of them worked at the Gunpowder Factory.
red mail Mcguire
trying to trace a Patrick Mcguire born in Ireland died in the Parish Of Edmonton approx 1851
Webb
Webbs from Waltham Abbey area around 1900-1935 One of them was a local butcher
red mail William Brackett
William BRACKETT (originally from Sudbury Suffolk) was the Baptist minister of Waltham Abbey (Holy Cross) 1790-1802. His wife Sarah (nee STAMMERS) & family, Elizabeth, Sarah, John & Joshua lived there longer. Daughter Elizabeth married Thomas PARNELL, Watch & Clockmaker.


 
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