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mr king of stilton
I am trying to find the Christian/first name of a Mr King of Stilton. This gentleman performed as a tenor in the commemoration of HANDEL in Westminster Abbey in front of His Majesty the King in1784. Any records I locate only refer to him as Mr King. His wife Elizabeth and daughter Susannah were both Stilton residents. Fingers crossed, Ron.
Wishing to locate the site in Stilton of the ladies boarding school conducted by Susannah Gameau (nee King) and perhaps her mother Elizabeth, circa 1820/1835. Susannah died at Stilton in 1835 aged 60. Her mother died in 1827. Susannah's son John Gameau became a lawyer, married and migrated to Australia in 1850. Maybe some one in and around Stilton may know someone who knows someone who may be able to offer some clue to where that site/building may have been. I would be so happy to be able point at a map or Google and say that's where we came from. Many thanks.....
Susannah GAMEAU nee KING resided in Stilton in the early decades of the 19th C. She had married Joseph Augustine Victor GAMEAU (late of St Domingo in the island of Hispaniola, which became Haiti and the Dominican Republic) in 1800 in St Clement Danes, The Strand, London. They had a son John Edwin GAMEAU bapt. in 1802, in St George, Hanover Square, London. Joseph Augutine Victor GAMEAU operated a book shop in Albermarle Street, Piccadilly, but in the early years of the 1800s there was financial difficulty, so he left England for a destination unknown. Susannah returned to Stilton where her mother, Elizabeth KING was a considerable property holder. Susannah conducted a boarding school for young ladies. in Stilton. We have a copy of her mother, Elizabeth's extensive will following her death in 1827.Susannah lived on until 1835, when she died in Stilton in her 60th year. John Edwin trained as a lawyer, married Rachel ADAMS and emigrated to South Australia in 1850 with his wife and children KJI.
red mail odam family
I have found that the odam family were resident in stilton (hunts) from aroud 1700 to 1871 through reserching my family history.
red mail Tesloff Family
Interested in any info on the Tesloff family that settled in Stilton. The original member of the family being a John Tesloff who in the 1841 census is recorded as having been born in 'foreign parts'. One of my great grandmothers, a Rhoda Tesloff was a descendant. Jeremy
red mail William Picking
Seeking information on William Picking - born in Stilton in 1784. Retired Army Officer - moved to Wales.
red mail Ruff
Looking for further information about the Ruff Family of Stilton. Henry Ruff m Susanna Barley 1751, James Ruff m Susan Jarvis 1774 Sawtry, King Ruff m Elizabeth Bellamy 1805, James Ruff m Susanna Brockwell 1830 Fanny Ruff bap 1831 at Castor.
red mail Wilson.
Matthew Wilson, baker at Stilton from early 1820's for 50 years, (possibly) 3 wives; Mary, Ann & Rebecca; children - Matthew, Jane, William, Francis, Thomas, Robert, Susan & Eusebius. Seeking descendant contacts for any children.
red mail Ailes
Looking for a Jane Ailes born 1831 in Stilton who married an Amos Baxter from Hail Weston
red mail Holdich
William Holdich was baptised at Stilton on 18th July 1813. His parents were William Holdich and Eliza (nee LUGG) William Snr. was a school master in Stilton. Any information appreciated
red mail Baxter - Stilton
John Baxter was born at Stilton circa 1800 and married Elizabeth Moore of Stilton in 1820. They had eight children: William (1820), Henry (1822), Mary (1824), John (1827), Mary Ann (1829), Joseph (1832), Lucy (1834), Elizabeth (1837).
red mail Flintoft - Stilton
Researching George & Mary Flintoft and family. Married in Stilton in 1797, had at least three children; Thomas (b1798), John (b1800) and Jane (b1814). Would love to hear from anyone researching this name.

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