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red mail Peck family 1790s-1810
I am researching my family who were in Essendon in 1790s to 1810s. John and Elizabeth Peck were shoemakers and their children were born in Essendon during the above period, before their son James (my ancestor) moved to North Mimms and continued his parents' occupation. I would be interested to hear from anyone researching this family.
red mail Essendon Orphanage School
I'm trying to find out when the Orphanage which replaced Essendon Workhouse started and was finally burnt down; sometime I believe after 1881.
red mail Searching for family
I am looking for any information on an Edith Lucy Berrett who was born in 1880 in South Tedworth, Wiltshire. She married a Charles Cook in 1898. If anyone has information please let me know.
red mail Pallets
Does anyone know of any Pallets who has either the first or middle name of Hammond,and may have any connection to Hammond Watts
red mail Warman
I'm looking for information on Ellen Warman, baptised in Essendon in Dec 1831. Her parents are given as Benjamin Warman and Mary Ann. Ellen was married to James Vane in Greenwich, London in 1854. Any information would be much appreciated.
red mail Willington Family
We are searching for any info on a David Willington son of Robert and Martha (Peck/Peek)Willington. David moved to Upminster Essex at some point and had his children there.
red mail Welch-bush Family 1836
OOKING FOR INFORMATION ON THE FAMIY OF WELCH SOMETIMES SPELT WELSH ALSO BUSH. WILLIAM WELSH MARRIED MARY ANN BUSH IN 1836 IN ESSENDON TRYING TO TRACE BACK TO JOSEPHS PARENTS AND MARY ANN'S PARENT OR ANY OTHER RELATIVES.


 
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