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red mail murrum/marrain
looking for murrum links in an around blackheath area both spellings used from time to time mary murrum(maiden name) father possibly john lived in area know about mary looking for other family links
red mail Miles family of Blackheath
My great grandmother Eliza Miles was born in Blackheath and had a large family. Her father was Thomas Miles and her mother Elizabeth. Do any other members have information about this family.
red mail Ive of Blackheath
looking for info on Jessie Julia Ive born Blackheath. Married to a surgeon ( Walker )in her 20s in 1881, later remarried in Blackheath to J.Hughes in 1885. Two sisters were ida & Eva. Father possibly George.
red mail Henry Hill - Librarian of Morden College
Seeking information about Henry Hill - the brother of James Hill (Octavia Hill's father). Henry's daughter, Elizabeth Margaret (Owen - first marriage) worked as a missionary in connection with the Church Missionary Society in the Yoruba country of West Africa in the early 1900s. Elizabeth married Herbert Gane in 1914. She had a daughter, Olive, from a first marriage
Daisy Josephine Charlotte Connor
Looking for information about Daisy Connor who lived in Blackheath around 1922. She was an active member of Blackheath Dramatic Club, and in 1925 she married Royston Engleheart Knight of 16 St John's Park, Blackheath and son of Charles Joseph Knight. I have two of Daisy's photograph albums, which include a picture of the drawing room of 27 St John's Park. Any clues?
red mail Atkins-George & Alice
George, from Grt Marlow, Buckingham married Alice Cooper, of Leeds august 1773 at the Parish Church of George the Martyr, Queens Sq, London & lived at Dartmoor Row, Blackheath. George b 1752 d 1814. Alice b 1744 d 1802. Son William Cooper Atkins b1778. Williams son Henry Girling Atkins b1819. Both were taylors & robe makers. Further info would be greatful.
red mail Capt John Hall
Seek any & all information regarding above. Birth, marriage, death, decendents. In 1821/26 was captain of "Lady Blackwood" of Calcutta engaged in trade India/Mexico/Chile. In 1838 was living (perhaps retired) at Home Cottage (perhaps #18 Blackheath Park in BH). In 1821/22 sailed "Lady Blackwood" jury rigged from Phillipine Islands to Sandwich Islands (Hawaii) to coast of northern California where the Russian American Fur Company had a station and made sufficient repairs for her to proceed to Mexico. That's a journey of 6,000/10,000 miles without masts or rigging!!! Am writing historical paper on the ship and Capt Hall. Interested in his burial place (wish to visit). I have no middle initial and simply nothing about him other than extract of ship's log whilst in California June / July 1822. The log appears as an Appendix to "History of Upper & Lower California" by Alexander Forbes published London, 1839. ANY info greatly appreciated. I engaged a London genealogist with little to no result.
red mail fredrick clark
i am looking for any information on the above. he was born in blackheath in 1834 he migrated to victoria australia in 1852 aboard the ladyeveline. we cannot find any information on him before he arrived in australia.
red mail Jolly - Cook
Looking for information on Thomas Cook and Florence Jolly who lived in Paragon Place and married at All Saints Church, Blackheath in 1919. I think she was in service and he was a chauffeur.
red mail Turners of Kent
Looking for details on the family of Harriet Turner(later Everest) born approx 1867 Blackheath/greenwich area. Father detailed on Marriage certificate as a William Turner deceased by 1891, former profession listed as a Journeyman Carpenter. Harriet also listed as having a sister Martha Turner living with her at time of 1901 census
red mail Towers family
I'm looking for descendants of Richard Towers and Elizabeth Towers (nee Brooks) My cousin June Towers was last known living in Lee Green near Blackheath.
red mail FERNE
I am trying to find out more about Henry Bent Ferne, married to Jane (nee Malyon)who lived at Maidenstone House 35 Maidenstone Hill Blackheath/Greenwich from about 1815 to his death in May 1836 aged 75. He had 8 daughters and 1 son and from his will had considerable money and property though it is not clear from what source! He described himself as a "gentleman". Can anyone throw any further light upon him please.
red mail Croucher Dolby Blackheath Lee
Jessie Emmeline Croucher mrd Benjamin Dolby, blacksmith
E.STERRY/SHOPS/Catford
Any info on E.STERRY Shops , The R.M. stores was one in Catford .Grocery/Ironmongers. No 101 .Who took them over When Ellis died in 1928.E.STERRY/SHOPS/BLACKHEATH
red mail Angerstein
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 John Julius Angerstein was born at St. Petersburg 1735 and died at Blackheath 22nd January 1823. An English merchant, philanthropist, and art amateur. The greater part of his very valuable collection of pictures was acquired by the British Government in 1824 at an expense of £60,000


 
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