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red mail Beauchamp
John Beauchamp b.1869 Bayswater and his wife May b.1871 Dublin. In 1901 they ran a fishmongers in the Earls Court Road.They had 5 children John b. 1892, Ernest b. 1894, Ellen b. 1896, Florence b. 1898 and Victor b. 1900. Any info. gratefully received
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Looking for my great great Grandmother. Born circa 1842. Maiden name not known. Married name Rebbecca Amy Murray
red mail William Dennis
I am searching for more info on my g.grandfather William Dennis, engineer, inventor of the screw top bottle (pipped at the post when patenting!) His wife was, I believe, Annie and they had 3 children William, Sidney, George & Florence Annie. George was married to Emily & they had 4 children Eileen, Albert, Earnest & Jean. Florence married John Childs & Had my father Dennis John. Sid married Ada & they had 3 children & William married Dorothy and had 1 son. Any info would be greatly appreciated
red mail Lancaster Gate, Bayswater Road
Last known address for Sophia Frost in 1901 was 90 Lancaster Gate, Bayswater Road. She was un-married, occupation domestic nurse, age 43. She was born in Brooke Norfolk, daughter of George and Rebecca Frost nee Vincent. She had a daughter born in 1876 at 3 Danvers Street, Chelsea, named Eleanor Bessie Frost, and in 1901 she was living at 32-46 Edgware Road, Marylebone, age 23, single occupation milliner. This address was not too far from her mother. Looking for and sightings of either mother ordaughter.
red mail Dennis Family
Looking for any info on a family with the surname Dennis
red mail Ferris(prev Faretta?)thomas B1847mdowninghannah
Family of cabinet makers / labourers , around Shoreditch Camberwell Hoxton mid 1800's. Looking for any connections , share info

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