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Rumball family Harpenden Hall
Am trying to find out if the James and Rebecca Rumball who ran a private asylum at Harpenden Hall c1851-1861 are related to my Rumball/Rumbel/Rumble family who moved from Mountnessing to Chingford and then into London in the 19th Century. I think 2 daughters married into the Gifkins family as there are grandchildren in their teens on the 1861 Census. Selina Rumball married Henry George Gifkins in 1857, so the children are unlikely to be hers.
The Marshall family
I'd love to contact the Marshall family who lived in the AL5 area of Harpenden in 2002. The family consists of Josephine (nee Burr) and Christopher Marshall, plus their children Jamie and Jacqueline.
red mail Harriet Payne pre 1839
Searching for details Harriet FORT nee PAYNE known to have resided in Harpenden 1830's. Thanks
George Barnard Vicar
George Barnard was Vicar of Harpenden until 1760. His wife was called Dorothy and she died and was buried in Harpenden in 1741. Does anyone know who she was?
red mail Robinson
Arthur Robinson (b.1880, d.c.1955) retired butcher living in or near Harpenden Herts UK. In early 1900s lived in Walton-on-the-Hill, Surrey. Also had shop in Limpsfield, Warlingham Surrey UK pre-WW2). Partner Arthur Heath. Anybody know of him or relatives?
red mail The Odd Fellows Arms, Harpenden
Thomas Frank Harris b.1838 Canterbury & wife Lizze - running the Odd Fellows Arms. Can anyone give me any information. How long did he run the pub etc
red mail William Streeton b. Harpenden 17 Jan 1830
Seeking dedicated researchers interested in William Streeton, b. 17 Jan 1830 Harpenden, d. 1 Jun 1894 Hemel Hempstead, res. 1851 Harpenden. In the Easter Sunday 1881 Census, he was living in Hemel with his wife, son Thomas, daughter Ann and grandchildren Thomas and Eliza. Little Eliza grew up as Eliza Streeton or Jordan, married Harry Bates in Hemel 31 Mar 1906 and migrated to Queensalnd in 1911; she settled near Proserpine but died at Brisbane in 1934. Her descendents still live in the Proserpine district. Any info on the Streetons of HERTS much appreciated.
red mail sheffield
looking for a coachbuilder in the aera 1800 to 1850 by the name of arthur sheffield who married mary riach.
red mail Smith
Henry Smith, b.abt.1785 married Pheobe. Their son, Thomas b.abt.1836 married Mary Merkins in March 1858. Their daughter Jane b.06 Feb 1867 m. Alexander Bonnick Jun 1888. Does anyone have any more information they are willing/able to share? Thank you marion
red mail The Cock Inn, Harpenden
I have a glass photo (probably about 1870)of my g.grandmother as a young girl standing outside the Cock Inn, her grandfather was Joseph Whitbread TRUSTRAM did he run the pub at this time? He was a Licensed Vitualler in 1864. Can anybody help me with this?
red mail William Thomas DUDMESH ran the Saddlers Shop in the village
On 20 Nov 1864 William Thomas DUDMESH married Mary Ann TRUSTAM at the parish church of Harpenden. William ran the Saddlers Shop in the village and was a Saddler & Harness Maker. I am trying to find out when Mary Ann died, I beleive it was before 1891 but when and where? When did William move from Harpenden? Who took over the Saddlers Shop?
red mail harpenden herts
Looking for any information about Henry William Nott b 13Jan 1856 son of Charles and Sarah. Married in NZ 1877 to Adeline Mary Nantes. Died approx 1905 in Sydney. An old photo suggests he had many sisters.
red mail Harpenden, Herts - Warren/Jenkins
Looking for info regarding my mother's stepmother Ruth Warren, nee Jenkins - she died about the mid 60's and all I remember is that she lived in Harpenden, Herts. She had been a widow since 1949, but I don't know how long she had lived in Harpenden
red mail Turners Hall
Interested in any information on this family were certainly living here in the 1860s surname Hester and were there as the Taylors in the 1880s My great grandmother Sophia Catte formally Cornelius nee Hester was living there during the 1901 census
red mail Hemmens Hellwitz Padfield
I am looking for members of the Hemmens, Hellwitz and Padfield families, who lived in Harpenden from about 1900 until at least 1950.
red mail John Eustace Salisbury
JES was son of Henry Salisbury Ironmonger and father of 12. JES architect had brother Frank famous artist and ano brother James? who had a stained glass works in St Albans. He died in Feb 1929 aged 51, I think he was married. any info appreciated.
Searching for any information on Ernest Frank Kingham or family. Born 1893 and lived in Harpenden. Was killed in action at Cerisy 3.5.1917 whilst serving with the the 7th battalion the Bedfordshire Regiment.
red mail crawley
anyone interested in The Crawley family of harpenden. Family descendents still residing in Harpenden at 27th feb.2004
Hannah Findel aged 5 in 1861 Census, born Harpenden. Living with William & Hannah Wilson. Any information appreciated.
Lines, Harpenden, Herts
James Lines, aged 26 in 1871 Census, nephew, living with William & Mary Ann Wilson (nee Simmons) and their children William 12, Ada 9, Clara 6, Alfred 3. Is he a nephew of William or Mary Ann? any info. appreciated.
Wilson, Harpenden, St. Albans, Hemel.
1861 Harpenden Census - William Wilson, 48, Brewers man & Hannah (Pearce)44, Plaiter, son Joseph, 20, Brewers man. Also 1861 Harpenden Census - William Wilson, 23, Labourer & Mary Ann (Simmons) 24, son William, 3. Any info appreciated.
red mail Spacey, Harpenden, Herts.
Thomas SPACEY b. Luton, Beds, 1857, m. Eleanor Ann SMITH, b. 1858, Peters Green, Herts.known as (Ellen), marriage 29 January 1881 St. Mary's, Luton, Beds.5 Children all born in Harpenden, Herts. any infromation would be welcome.

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