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red mail Richardson
I am looking for Richardson who lived in this area.David Richardson born 14 October 1881 New Charles St Holborn was killed in Gallipoli 1915 left 2 children Gladys and Violet Richardson.He was not married to the "wife" who had a living husband but had lived with David for 10yrs until his death.The family visited the Grandfather Colin Richardson in 1915 then returned to Devon to live. Are there any of Davids siblings or descendents out there? We have a son of Gladys still living in Cambridgeshire and we would love to contact anyone! Thanks Bernice
red mail Thicke family in UK
Looking for ancestors of James Thicke b. 11 Oct 1785.m. Caroline Storar 20 Jul 1811 d. 24 Oct 1832. Children: Charles James, Caroline Mary, Mary Sarah, Rosa Anna, James Charles, Harry. He was given the "freedom of City of London", so probably lived in that area. Any info greatly appreciated.
red mail Kendall - Jordan
Looking for a marriage for Thomas KENDALL and Mary Ann JORDAN c. 1827 and baptisms for Frederick KENDALL c.1827/28 and Thomas KENDALL c. 1828/29 all in the Blackfriars area
Looking for William Popham living Vauxhall Bridge Road, London, in 1847 when daughter Mary Ann married William Jackson at St Martin In The Fields.
red mail ricketts
any info matilda ricketts born 1849, father john ricketts, she married a john martin in 1872 in birmingham
Researching the Lett family from London area. Henry Robert Lett was born 18.10.1889. His father was Henry Lett born about 1857 married to Eliza Grogan died about 1918. Any information please

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