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red mail The Biggs family
I am looking for information about Elizabeth Biggs born in clerkenwell London between 1910 - 1912. Mother Eliza Biggs Father Thomas Biggs brothers were Tom, Charles, Arthur, George, Harry, Alf. They lived in Seward Street Islington till about the 1940's
red mail Garner
Looking for any descendents of Robert c1846 born Wiggenhall St. Germans Norfolk, Thomas c1845 and Edward c1854.Their parents wer Jacob and Maria Garner.
red mail robinson,clerkenwell
I am researching the history of the Robinson family, in particular William Robinson b.1837, goswell road, clerkenwell.His father was Joseph robinson b.1806 in Shoreditch.I cannot find William on the 1851,1871 or 1891 census.Any info please ?
red mail harman
looking for information on alfred william harman b.1823.wife emma dean and family.
red mail Looking for Susannah
The last known address for Susannah Hunt nee Cripps was 5 Clerkenwell Close, Clerkenwell. She was age 38 married, occupation machinest. With her was son Norman age 12 born Clerkenwell, Herbert age 9 born Curragh Camp Ireland, Charles age 2 born Aldershot and Robert age 4months born Clerkenwell. Also her Mother Rebecca Cripps age 78 the widow of Thomas Cripps. I now know that Rebecca died in 1875. I have not been able to find Susannah or her husband and family after the 1871 census. From the birthplace of two of her sons maybe her husband was or had been in the Army. Although his occupation on marriage certificate looks like a grocer. Looking for any information on any of them or any descendants.
red mail Cunnington
Alice Cunnington of Clerkenwell born c1855 married Thomas Holt in Heywood Lancashire 1879.Alice's father is Charles and a French Polisher (according to marriage cert) can anybody help - cannot trace her father or anyone else in family.
COBB John Mark + Ann HELIN / ELING
I am looking for anyone who might know of Ann Helin or Eling born Lambeth c.1805 (names spelt differently on marriage and children's birth certificates) who in 1828 married John Mark Cobb (born Manchester c.1807. Their children include: William 1833, Emma 1840, Ann Maria 1843, Edward 1848. The mainly are to be found living in Clerkenwell but also spent a short time in Salisbury, Wiltshire. I would love to hear from anyone else researching this family.
red mail Milward or Millward and Hassell
I have an 1834 marriage of Hannah Millward and Alexander Hassell, St Pancras, Euston Rd - my ancestors. She is born c.1815/16 and yes there is a baptism at Lady Huntingdon's Chapel, Spa Fields of a Hannah to George and Ann Milward (one 'l'). 2 of her brothers are baptised as John and George Millward (2 'l's). So first are we talking about the saem Hannah. Second anyone out there know about these brothers, born 1820 (John) and 1823 (George) also Henry born 1814 and Thomas born 1826. Born either St Andrew's Holborn (3 younger children) or St James' Clerkenwell (Hannah and Henry). Looking forward to any leads - Richard
red mail grimbly keeling
looking for information on the grimbly family living in islington ie walter grimbley, elizabeth grimbly nee Keeling, sons frederick and thomas and daughter eliza rose and may.
Oliphant of Clerkenwell
I have a Robert Oliphant in my tree and am keen to know more - he was born in 1820 in Clerkenwell but would love to find out if hes linked to the Cumberland Oliphants. Any help appreciated
red mail Corby of Clerkenwell
William Thomas Corby father Thomas Mother Martha Reynolds in the area 1836-1850s. Any information appreciated
Combe Rowland of Clerkenwell
I am looking for any information regarding Ann Combe Rowland, my great, great grandmother. Married to Richard Hill a printer in 1817, living in Goswell Road area of Clerkenwell. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail BAKER, Thomas
Thomas m. Frances Ingram St. James Clerkenwell 24 Aug 1592. Parents of Frances 1593; Thomas 1594; Sarah 1604; Francis 1610, William, Mary. Will of Thomas also listed a brother Richard now of Virginia and sisters Abigail FitzHugh and Francis Hindes. 13 Dec 1653. Thomas listed as apothercary of London. Francis arrived in Yarmouth, Plymouth Colony, {Mass} 1635 aboard The Planter.
red mail HOLMES -GOLD MARRIAGE ?
One James was born to ??Holmes -Mary Gold/Gould approx 1817 in Clerkenwell any assistance really appreciated..Peter H
red mail Reserching Lamb, knifemaker
I am searchin information about a Lamb who was a Knifemaker in St. John Sq., Clerkenwell, in the 18 o 19 siecles., or could be early.
red mail birth Mary Ann Lockyer
Birth certificate for Mary Ann Elizabeth Emma Lockyer, born July 1838 Clerkenwell, parents George Henry Lockyer and Mary Ann Legg, to be given away to first family historian to contact me; charity donation welcome.
red mail ADDISON'S CUTLERS OF CLERKENWELL/HOLBORN?
In 1823 a member of the ADDISON family, Thomas, is listed as a partner in "Addison& Bra(u)mbley' Grindery Warehouse.The partnership was dissolved in Sept 1823. (London Gazette 1823) Thomas may have been either my ggg-grandfather or my gg grandfather Thomas Plummer ADDISON. Another, unknown to us, S ADDISON, is listed as 'cutler' 1827-28. Also in 1828, Robert ADDISON is listed as a 'steel grinder and polisher of stoves'. In September 1838, Thomas Plummer ADDISON emigrated to South Australia but there was a still listing for "Addison Thos & Robert Steam Polishing Mills 36 Leather Lane".)I am almost positive that Robert was Thomas Plummer's brother. T.P ADDISON (Baptismal Records, St Andrews Holborn) lived at 32 Leather Lane 1831-1832 and at 4 Dorrington Streer from at least 1834 to 1838 when he immigrated to South Australia. In those records he is described variously as a 'steel plate maker'and 'a table knife blade maker'. And on his immgration papers , seemingly more grandly as 'an engineer'. I would very much like to find out more about the Dorrington Street/Leather Lane of that era. I would especially like to identify the mysterious 'S' Addison whom I have been unable to trace in the 1841 or 1851 Censuses.
red mail ANN ESTHER SHAW or SHORE
Am trying to trace details of the parents & siblings of Ann Esther Shaw(e) or Shore of Allen Street b.1819 St Saviours, Southwark, who married William Fullard in 1841 St Leonards, Shoreditch and resided at Brunswick Street & Clark Street. Do know that her father was Shadrach Shawe, a butcher. Any further info or links gratefully received!
red mail FULLARD/FULLERD OF CLERKENWELL
I'm searching for any information on the Fullard/Fullerd family living in Clerkenwell in the 1800's to 1870's (surname mutates between Fullerd and Fullard and even Fuller on different censuses). William Fullerd d.1830 (along with his brother Thomas) was a famous gun barrel maker and had premises in Compton Passage and Compton St., Clerkenwell. His son was William Fullerd 1816-1874 who was married to Harriet Eliza Ann?, and their son (who was my G Grandfather) was Thomas Jarras Fullard b. 7/1/1852 of 2 Clark St, married to Martha Ann Herring. Professions given as Woolcarders and Gun Smiths. Any further info or links gratefully received!
red mail Rockliffe/Bull
Thomas Henry Rockliffe and Emma Bull married at St Mark's Church, Clerkenwell in 1882. Does anyone recognise these names?
red mail Perrett
Searching for origins of William Johhn Perrett, railway porter, who at time of 1901 census lived in clerkenwell, London
red mail COLES OF CLERKENWELL
I would be pleased to hear from anyone who is researching the Coles family who lived in and around this area in the 1800's. I am currently stuck on William Coles born 1831 who had two sons, Richard Coles and Charles J Coles. Any information re Williams parents would be appreciated.
STORERS OF ISLINGTON
I am seeking the parentage and the wife of Robert Storer born in 1721 and who died in 1800. He founded a firm of clockmakers in 1743 at 11 Berkeley Court, Clerkenwell. I am also interested in any information on his son Robert born in 1746 and his wife Sarah Sargant and their second son Robert and his son George, silversmith, born in 1797.
red mail MEDHURST, - Clerkenwell
I'm searching for any info. on the Medhurst family from Clerkenwell in 1800s. Has anyone got the 1841 census? If so could you look up James Edmund Medhurst b. about 1816 Shoreditch, living with his wife Mary Ann/ Marian and their children in Clerkenwell. Many thanks Jane
red mail Josiah Dennis, Clerkenwell.
Looking for origins of Josiah Dennis (b. abt. 1801)married to Julia Theresa (b. abt. 1806) from Bristol living in Clerkenwell, Islington, London in the 1830s. They had 3 children: Walter William (1833-1899), Wyndham Julia Mary (1834- )& Agnes Theresa (1835- ).
red mail Any info
Hi I'm looking for any info on Fountain family Joshua Chapel who married a Sarah Bennett Joshua was born in 1793 any help would be grateful Thanks
red mail Hammond
Looking for descendants of David Frederick Hammond and spouse Emma Coleman. They had 3 children Emma, Frederick & Robert. 1901 census they were living at 6 Eagle Court, Clerkenwell.David was 47 a widow, Frederick was 20, Robert was 18. Emma had left home. David had a sister Elizabeth Sarah & she married Henry John Cole in 1871. There were another 7 brothers and 2 sisters who immigrated to NZ with the parents David and Jane Hammond in 1875.
red mail Sorrentino
Wanting to find information on Sorrentino's who came from Italy in the late 1800's early 1900's.
Phillips/Philips
Seeking birth/parentage of George William Phillips/Philips, born about 1859-1861 in the Clerkenwell/Islington area. He married Louisa Elizabeth Ashby in 1883 at Bethnal Green, ging an address at Hanwar St, Hackney Rd. His father George was a carman by profession. G W Phillips can be traced on 1901 and 1891 census.
red mail John Thomas Schaffer
b.1787 d.1849 Lived in Clerkenwell from 1815 to 1849. Lived initially in Goswell Street Road then at Spenser Street. Variously described as Goldsmith Jeweller and watch plate maker. Most of his children were christened at St James Clerkenwell. Would like to find descriptions of the Clerkenwell area in the mid ninteenth century and also Illustrations of the above Streets.
red mail coulson,william/edith
i am trying to find out what i can about above g/parents on my late fathers side ,they lived at victoria dwellings clerkenwell ,moved to london early 1900,s from sheffield during 14/18 war he was a sergeant in royal irish rifles.my father james arthur coulson was born 1915 holborn.as far as i know they remained in the area my dad had 4 brothers jackie,donald,george,(william ,sonny possible nickname ?)and 2 sisters annie and violet,the latter married a g.i.after ww2 and went to live in america,my sister can remember visiting edith coulson in a care home somewhere in baker st near euston rd area.i have no idea what came of them ,i would like to get in touch with anybody with any family ties or connections to above.my father worked for carter/patterson poss goswell rd depot and was in royal engineers territorials ww2,also worked for brs parcels 50s/60s,my mother told me he went to an italian school in local area st peters if anyone has any info to pass on i would be very gratefull.
red mail WITHERS in Middlesex
Am looking for any information Eleanor/Ellen WITHERS born circa 1836 in the Clerkenwell/Saffron Hill/Holborn area. Father is definately William WITHERS - possibly had a sister named Elizabeth (Elizabeth WITHERS witness to Eleanors marriage).
THOMAS MEDCRAFT
I am trying to find out what hapend to Thomas Medcraft born 1838 in Clerkenwell he was in the 1851 census as living with his parents and siblngs in High street Dubstable and then disappears can someone help me with this thank you Jo
red mail Benjamin Lucraft - cabinet maker and cabinet breaker
Benjamin Lucraft came to London in 1833/4 and was active in London radical politics. He led the marches from Clerkenwell in the 1860's which led to the Reform Act of 1867. The Times said "How dare these people demonstrate in our square." Anyone with Lucraft connections please make contact; I run the Lucraft one name study. Thanks. Ian
red mail Arthur Allen - Cigar maker
Arthur Allen was a Cigar maker per the 1851 census and this was a trade he pursued the rest of his life both in England and U.S. are there any records of either apprenticeships or Unions for Tobaccists ?
red mail Thomas Clarke Sandford
I am wanting to obtain further information about my great grandfather Thomas Sandford, born 6 Sept 1848 at 49 Margaret St, Clerkenwell. His parents were Thomas sandford (compositor) and Martha Mattingly. He married Mary Eliza Moore (born 31 August 1848) on 31 Oct 1871 in District of Islington in county of Middlesex. Mary's parents were Henry Moore (clockmaker) and Sophia Moore (born St Pancras)
red mail Fenn family in Clerkenwell
Seeking info on Thomas Fenn (later life in 14 Bedford Sq.) who was stockbroker and had at least two brothers - maybe many siblings. He married Fanny Baker & had 4 children, George K, Thomas E, Marion & Eleanor. Have lots of info but many gaps!
red mail DeMaria-Hunt Family
Any info on Robert James Hunt b1885 married Angelina Juliet DeMaria Robert and his father charles worked in the brewery trade. DeMaria family from Italy lived in clerkenwell.
red mail richardson
Looking for any Richardson connected to James Richardson born 1830sh Shoreditch and was married to a Mary of Gloucester/shire. Had a daughter Eliza born 1849 who married James Hembury about 1875 Clerkenwell. Had children Elizabeth b1880,Lillian b1876 and James b 1878
COOKE/GRANT Famly of Clerkenwell
William Cooke & Ann Grant had a number of their children born Clerkenwell from 1838-1846 before arriving in Australia in 1849. Looking for any rellies in England connected to this family
red mail Twentyman , Ottaway
Twentyman, George Osborn married Harriet Ottaway September 1848 in Clerkenwell. I would appreciate information on either surname.
red mail Robinson of Tonge House Norwood
Amelia Jane ROBINSON b 6 Jul 1857 Clerkenwell, Essex d 4 Apr 1926 Invercargill, New Zealand married 2 Dec 1871 Alfred PARKER, b 22 Mar 1844 Frant, Sussex d 25 Aug 1940 Invercargil, New Zealand. Have information which I would like to share.
red mail randall
looking for any Randall contacts late 19thc involved in the boot/shoemaking industry. My Gx2 John Randall and family lived in Blackstock Rd, 1881 census, and Stroud Green Rd in 1901 census
red mail MCLACKLIN;SIMPSON;SPENCER
Descendents of these families who lived in Clerkenwell from 1840's to 1870's now live in Australia. Would love to hear from any descendents of Mark, Pamela McLacklin; William Edward,Pamela Simpson and Thomas, Joseph, MaryAnn or Maria Spencer. All were related to one another by marriage (at least)
red mail morgans / clerkwell
iam looking for anybody who knew joseph and elizabeth morgan of knacthbull road probably around 1911 can anyone help me? kind regards gillian
red mail Parks/Honig/Tempany/Guinness
These were all surnames connected with the Parks family starting with Samuel Parks a watch case maker and his son and grandson both named Henry Thomas Parks who were musicians starting in late 1700's up to 1941.
FELSTEAD's of Clerkenwell/St Luke's and all area's of London
I am carrying out intensive research into the FELSTEAD's of CLERKENWELL/ST LUKE's and all other area's of LONDON/MIDDLESEX from 1830 to the present day. I would love to hear from any researcher who has come across a FELSTEAD no matter how small the evnet or reference Thank you. Best Wishes Edward
red mail Bailey
looking for information on Henry Bailey b;abt 1838 in Clerkenwell he was a last maker fathers name was also Henry he was a dyer
red mail Robinson Anthony
I am researching an Anthony Robinson and family who lived in Clerkenwell, Shoreditch, Hackney, Islington and other parts of London. Anthony, occupation Paper Stainer/Stationer, married Margaret Hughes in 1822. They had at least 4 children, Elizabeth 1823, Jane 1824, Henry c1831 and Emily Margaret c1832. On the 1841 census they were living in Clerkenwell and in 1861 and 1871 in Islington. Henry, occupation Gold Wire Drawer, was my great grandfather and married Jane Gibbons in Hoxton in 1852. In the early 1870s Henry and Jane Robinson moved to Preston. Anthony is a name which crops up in every generation of Robinsons. Emily Margaret married Richard John Mosley on 30 August 1852 at St John The Baptist Hoxton. His occupation was Lapidary. Richard Mosley died in 1867 and in 1869 Emily married Alfred Nicholas Norbergson b1848 in Bethnal Green. His occupation was a Fish Porter. Emily’s sister Jane Robinson b1824, married Lewis Grant on 4 July 1852 at the same chuch. His occupation was Stay Factor. Cannot find any trace of Jane and Lewis Grant on any census.
red mail Easterbrook and Elliott
I have a marriage certificate for Thomas Easterbrook b1820 married 10/Jan/1841 Ann Sophia Elliott b1824. I think it says The Parish Church, St James, Clerkenwell. Ann's address is Vine St, I cannot make out Thomas's address. Thomas's father is probably Thomas and Ann's John or Joseph (not very clear). Does anyone know of church records where I can get more information? Is it practical to try and look them up in the 1941 census? (I have located the couple in the 1871 census in Kent so have details of their children).
red mail Robbins and Clark families
I am looking for any information about the Robbins family (sometimes spelt Robins) from Clerkenwell, and also the Clark family from St. Lukes and Holborn. I would be very grateful if anyone can help, as I have got well and truly stuck around 1860.
red mail Goldsmith
I have no information about this family from any records source. David Goldsmith was a french polisher C1830 and his daughter was MaryAnn. I have her marriage certificate (to Richard Stubbles) but the trail ends there. Any ideas?
red mail Porter Family
I am trying to trace the Porters who lived in Clerkenwell in the C19. Jospeh Porter was a watch engraver C1800. His son Arthur followed the same trade C1825. The family also owned a fishmongers/greengrocers shop at one time. Any Ideas?
red mail Ives Family
I am looking for William IVES (c1800)- wheelwright and his son Thomas (inkstand maker) C1820. Thomas married Elizabeth Jane JONES the baker's daughter!
red mail Howard family
I am looking for any Howard family members with connections to Clerkenwell, London 1700 --. 2000. any deaf howards are of particular intrest.
red mail imformation
looking for any imfo on the above surnamesmainly john william monday b:1886 and jane howatson b:1885
red mail Hall-queens St - Clerkenwell
I am looking for anyone who knew of the Hall family,who lived in Queens Street,Clerkenwell. My Great G/dad was Edward Hall(do not know what my g/grandmothers name was)but they had 10 children,5 girls,who were:Charlotte(my nan),Ginny,Grace,Maud and Eva and the 5 boys were:George,Albert,Harry,Bob(robert)and Alfred(I think that was his name). My nan Charlotte married Henry Arthur Ward roughly 1916 and she died at the age of 31 in St.Giles Hospital and was buried in Finchley with her Father. Charlotte had T.B. unfortunately there was no cure then. She left behind her husband and 2 children Doris aged 3 and Henry(harry)aged about 5 or 6. A few years passed and Henry (my grandad) re-married this time to Elizabeth Rose Jeffries and she would not allow my mum(doris or her brother henry/harry) to see their real mother(charlottes)parents or any of the family. So from that day to this (my mum is now 85) and has never known if she still has any living relatives,she would so love to find them. If you can help,I would appreciate it. Thankyou
red mail Ann Page and Thomas Northfield, 1779
I am looking for information about the marriage and families of Ann Page and Thomas Northfield, who married on January 17, 1779, at St. James Clerkenwell.
red mail St. John Street Coffee House/Richard Heard
Does anyone out there have any information regarding the St. John Street Coffee Shop and Lodging House at 217 St. John Street? It was run by a Richard Heard (of Barnstaple, Bedford) and wife Martha (from Birmingham) as of the 1881 Census. One of my relations, George Northfield, a tin worker, was lodging there then.
red mail lookup please - 1861 if pos clerkenwell - brown
hi can some kind person help me find more about this family please... horrid name to track BROWN Sophia Brown b 1859 pos Clerkenwell London Middlesex parents were James Brown and Sophia Knight. any info would be great - know a little but am trying to track down parents through the kids.... and dont want to order too many certs that are incorrect thanks in anticipation all the best for the new year Marian
red mail GOODEand SAUNDERS
Messrs Goode Brothers printers and later publishers of Clerkenwell Green. Thomas Goode married Caroline Saunders in 1832. She was born Bishopsgate. Children were: Mary, Caroline, Joseph, William, Thomas, Samuel, Frederick and Katharine. Any information would help. ,
red mail WALLIS family in BERKSHIRE and LONDON in around 1800
I am interested in the birth of SUSANNAH WALLIS around 1809 in Thatcham, BRK. I have traced her through the use of Pallots Marriage index and London Metropolitan Archives, to St.John Clerkenwell where she married John Knott Page in 1830. I presume that John Page was an apprentice in Clerkenwell. In the Reading BRK Census 1851, I found that she was born Abt 1809 in Thatcham, BRK. I do not have her fathers name because it could not be read on her marriage record, and her baptism date - Can someone help. At CLERKENWELL I FOUND THE ADDITIONAL RECORDS, many may have BRK connections; John Knott Page (bac) s/o William Page and Susannah Wallis (spin) dau/o ? Wallis married at St.John, Clerkenwell, 15 Mar 1830, with Banns. Witnesses; C Simons & Jane Page et cetera. David SIMPSON Bac with Banns married 14 Apr 1830 to Ann GRAYLING Spin, witnesses ? Greyling & H Grayling. Charles PAGE bac with Banns married 19 Apr 1830 to Betty WILLIS Spin, Witnesses C Simons, John Page, M Willis & ? ??iles Geo WALLIS Wid with Banns married 29 Sep 1830 to Ann BRADBURY Wid, witnesses Lavina Butler, Maltilda Webb Wm. WILLIS Bac with banns married 26 May 1817 to Elizabeth GREEN Spin, witnesses; Mary Sophia Stacy, John Hints, John Neep. William STONEMAN bac married 23 Jul 1820 to Kizzia Willis spin. witnesses; William Stoneman, Reyyea Wallace John Wallis bac married with banns 6 Feb 1825 to Jane BATTLEY spin, witnesses; Thomas Caules & Ann Wallis
red mail BACON
Any information would be gratefully received about the family of JAMES SMITH BACON who was the Master of St Luke's Workhouse from 1842 to 1848. His wife was called EMMELINE, maiden name BUTLER and she was the Workhouse Matron. Their daughter Mary Ann went to live with an aunt at Fontaibne's Tallow Factory in Hoxton. Jame died in 1848 and was buried in Abney Park Cemetery.
red mail Hollywell, Holliwell
Could someone check the 1871 Census for a Henry George(Charles)Hollywell & wife Sarah (Page). They had 3 sons, Charles, Albert & William & a daughter Sarah Ann. The children were all born in Clerkenwell. The family moved to Edmonton in 1872. Thank you, Bee
red mail GREGORY
Any information please on Helen Jane GREGORY, born of Scottish parents (William & Helen) in Clerkenwell in 1855. She married Alfred LANE in 1875 at St.Luke's and had a child, William Stephen LANE, in 1876. Helen died 1889. Her known siblings were Stephen T (b. ca 1855), Caroline Margaret (b. ca 1857, married HAWKINS) and Elizabeth (b.ca 1862). Helen's father William was a Tin-plate worker.
red mail Northfields of Clerkenwell, 1809
I am looking for any information on Charles Northfield (born 1809 in Clerkenwell), or the Northfield family of Clerkenwell. I haven't had any luck finding his parents' or siblings' names. I believe -- but have not confirmed this as of yet -- that he married Mary Ann Goulden in 1836. Charles is listed in the 1851 Census as an ironmonger.
red mail clerkenwell census lookup
please could some one look up the 1861 census for HENRY RICHARD KEATS head MARY ANN wife LOUISE BORN 1856 child In 1856 family lived at lloyds row
red mail Rainsford 1851 Census
Looking for a James Rainsford, Fishing Tackle Maker, who married Ann Sterling in June 1851 at St Pancras Church. James was already married or defacto to Maria Rainsford (Macey)& had a son George born 1849. Maria was living at 16 1/2 Cross St, Clerkenwell in 1851 census. Any info on James Rainsford's whereabouts greatly appreciated, for 1851/1861. Maria was living in Dublin prior to 1849; she was originally from Chilmark, Wilts, maiden name Polden.
The Clerkenwell Outrage 1867
I am looking for any information regarding the Fenian bombing incident outside the House of Detention in Clerkenwell on Friday Dec 13th 1867. Two of my ancestors were victims, so I'm especially interested in casualty reports, local newspaper articles, hospital lists and photographs etc. All answers will be gratefully received and acknowledged.
red mail KYNE & SMITH branches
Although I am interested in the William John KYNE - Martha SMITH branch, I would welcome all London and connected Counties with KYNE connections including SELLEY, WOODS, DUJARDIN, NEED
1841 Census
Robert GUEST married Rebecca FITZGERALD 1841 St Mark's Church Clerkenwell, both residing Paxton or Penton Arms, Robert's occupation 'pot collector'. Can anyone tell me where to obtain 1841 Census please?
red mail Thomas Martin
THOMAS MARTIN b~1815 was a police constable on day duty in 1841 census. He lived at 22 St. Helena Place, St James, Clerkenwell, Finsbury, London with his wife Elizabeth, son Alfred Thomas Charles Martin b1838 and daughter Selina b~1839.
red mail Brady/Colson/Bromwich/Ashton
I am looking for any of these names in the Clerkenwell/St Lukes/Holborn area or anybody with connections to them. THANK YOU
red mail Morgan- fox
Michael Thomas Morgan - Alice Fox.Clerkenwell on the 1901 census, Alice died later that year.Michael was a printer pressman, born in Dublin. 5 children living at home in 1901 124 warick Road. Michael age 17 Robert( my grandad)aged 15, Alice aged13, Ada aged 11 and Rosina aged 6. William not listed.
red mail Henry Francis Scott & Annie Scott nee Elkins
Looking for information on my grandparents who lived at 23 Mallory Buildings, St John's St, Clerkenwell in 1909 at the time of my fathers birth on the 24th June that year. Would love to hear from anyone related.
1861 census .. GOSWELL STREET
I wondered if anyone could look at the 1861 census for the following people for me please. JAMES WALSH age 42 CLERKENWELL, St JAMES. Piece no 190 Folio 966 and ELIZABETH WALKER age 10, CLERKENWELL, GOSWELL STREET Piece no 198 Folio 38a. I should bevery grateful as I am unable to find the 1861 census online anywhere. Kind regards, Jill
red mail Alfred Colson & Ann Bromwich
Looking for a marriage between Alfred Colson & Ann Bromwich c.1850 in Clerkenwell/St Lukes.
red mail Wesleyan Methodist Preacher, Matthew Higginbottom
Matthew Higginbottom was a tailor in Exmouth Street in Clerkenwell in 1827. He was born in 1791 at Irlam 0'th Heights near Pendleton, Manchester. Was in the army as a Master Tailor until he bought his discharge in 1826. He preached at the Great Queen Street Chapel and did good works at the St. Pancreas Workhouse, and had 10 sons and daughters between 1831 and 1848 with his wife Sarah. Matthew died in 1877 and is buried at Abney Park Cemetery.
red mail Lucas
Jane Lucas married Robert Walker, Jane born Clerkenwell 1827, Parents were George and Jane
RICHARDS, Clerkenwell Road
John Richards and Isabella lived in Victoria Dwellings, Clerkenwell Rd, from about 1905. Any information?
red mail Dickman
Seeking ancestors of Susannah Dickman b.1789 Clerkenwell. She married James Groom. They had 2 sons that I know of - Charles & James.
red mail Scollough
Maria Scollough born in Clerkenwell? Married James Bick(s) in 1835. Her father was George and mother, Maria. Trying to trace other descendants with Scollough surname.
red mail Marriage Wallis & Page 1830 lookup
I have a Susannah WALLIS who according to the 1851 Census for Reading was born in Thatcham in ABT 1809. She may have had another name when baptised. She married John Knott PAGE at St.John, Clerkenwell in 1830 according to Pallots. She then settledin Reading and had 4 children; Mary Ann 1831, Charles 1832, Sarah 1834, Mary Elizabeth 1836. They were all born in St.Mary's Butts? Children of a Coachmaker. CAN ANYONE LOOK UP THE MARRIAGE
red mail Henry Stone
Looking for information on Henry Stone and his descendants. He was a cab driver in Clerkenwell whose son, also Henry, is shown on the 1901 census as the Uncle of my grandfather, Alfred Hill, who was staying with him when the census was taken. Alfred's parents were Frederick Hill and Mary Ann (Mitchell). Henry's wife Amelia was probably the sister of Mary Ann.
red mail Sutton Edmund
For years now I have been looking for any information relating to parentage, occupation, address of Edmund Sutton who died in Clerkenwell in 1852. Edmund's wife Johanna (Hartop) arrived in Australia in 1853. Could anyone help? Many Thanks!
red mail Horne Brothers-1600's
William & John Horne supposedly left England with the Winthrop Fleet in 1629/30. Both were born in Clerkenwell in early 1600's. Parents or any confirming information would be greatly appreciated.Also did parents immigrate?
Thomas Hewitt Family
Thomas Hewitt lived in Clerkenwell about 1825-30's. We are looking for his Daughter Emily born there in 1830! She married Henry Sharratt approx. 1850's. They ended up on Pooles Park St & Tavistock Terr. in Upper/Lower Hollaway
red mail Clerkenwell - Board, Medhurst, Hustwitt
I am searching for information on the names Board, Medhurst, Hustwitt, all who lived in the Clerkenwell area from about 1800 to 1900 at least.
Fernee/fernie
I am looking for anyone who may be able to share information about a Horace Fernie who was recorded in the 1901 census as living at 81 Margaret St, Clerkenwell. Jack Fernee
red mail Clerkenwell Mortuary
The Builder 1869 Vol XXVII 14th August 1869 655 Mortuaries At an inquest held in Clerkenwell, Dr. Hardwicke, the deputy coroner, spoke strongly of the necessity of carrying out the provisions of the Sanitary Act of 1866, which provides for the establishment of public mortuaries. The condition of the parish dead-houses was, he said, disgraceful. The jury were of the same opinion. The report of Dr. Little, medical officer to the Whitechapel Board of Works, calls attention to the necessity for a similar provision in that district - a want which was pressed on the attention of the Board more than two years ago.
red mail Elizabeth Osborn Clerkenwell England
Jacob Osborne and wife Harriet Giddy had a daughter Elizabeth Osborne about 1834 in Clerkenwell. She married William Frederick Larter London England 26 Dec 1852. William and Elizabeth had 2 children Harriet Jane and Frederick Henry befors coming to Australia. Should anybody have any connection to this line please make contact.
red mail Jane Banks Johnson
I am looking for the family of Jane Banks Johnson, she was born in 1840. And died in 1922 in Eastbourne. She married J W Boulding May 3 1861 in Newington, Surrey.
red mail 19th. Century.
I am searching for the parentage of Thomas Goode born 1808, St Lukes, a printer and Caroline Saunders born 1812 Bishopsgate. They were married at St. John Clerkenwell in 1832.
red mail Parkhouse
I am interested in anyone with the surname Parkhouse born in Clerkenwell, Middlesex 1850-1875.


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