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red mail George Jackson Bulkley
George Jackson Bulkley and his brother Stephen were musicians in the Covent Garden band commencing mid 1760s. George married Mary Wilford actress of Covent Garden niece of John Rich and Priscilla Wilford. George's death was reported by the Haymarket Theatre 1784. No evidence has been found to date to support that claim. I would appreciate any information that might assist in resolving that matter. Who is the father of George and Stephen Bulkley and where were they born and when.
Covent Garden, St Pauls
I am looking for information relating to my great,great grandfather William Henry Smith Cullener who was born at St.Pauls Covent Garden in 1795. I have details of his descendants but nothing conerning his own family ie, parents and brothers or sisters.
FISK, Covent Garden
Is anyone researching the FISK family of Covent Garden, circa 1860-1930? George FISK ran the 'George Fisk Fruit & Vegetetable' business at 460-461 North Row, Covent Garden Market and lived in Crown Court, Cross Court, Broad Court and Martlett Court between the 1860 and 1881 census. After that he moved to Brixton (148 Loughborough Park), but continued with the Market business until the mid 1930s. George FISK married Jane Margaret (nee WHITTON, of Lambeth). Thanks, Pete
HARRISON, BARNES
Looking for information on and descendants of Amelia BARNES, born at Chilton Foliat in Wiltshire c1834. I believe she married an Arthur HARRISON, born Middlesex c1836, in London in Dec 1856. In the 1861 census they were living in Angel Court, St Mary le Strand, Westminster without children. In 1871 they were living at Essex Street, Covent Garden with their children Julia (10), Henry (8) and Maude (5) and Amelia's younger sister Emma, aged 26. Arthur's occupation in 1861 is listed as a porter and given their living in Covent Garden in 1871 I assume he was a porter at the market there at least for a while. There are indications both Amelia and Arthur died in 1876, when 2 of their 3 children would have been too young to earn their living. What happened to the children? Does anyone recognise this family?
red mail Covent Garden family
George & Teresa Tilden lived in the piazza, children christened at St.Pauls, Covent Garden 1705-1714, including George died 1744 who was a draper, and my ancestress Teresa 1707-1731. She married Jasper Arris Borradale and they had at least 6 children, some baptised in same church, others at St.Anne Soho. Youngest? daughter was Teresa who married Thomas Haines in 1780. He was the son of Richard Haines & they were masters of Tom's Coffeehouse at 17 Russell Street where the family lived for several generations. Teresa & Thomas had a daughter Teresa 1782-1873 who married James Hoggray, picture dealer. Their daughter Teresa 1822-1891 married her tenant William Webster, apprentice to his cousin William Till, medallist, of the same address. Teresa & William had 7 children born at no.17, and they had moved to 6 Henrietta Street by 1871. Their daughter Emily Sophia married Charles Bray & were my great grandparents. I am also descended from William Till's grandfather.
red mail AYLOTT FAMILY
I'm looking for the family of Richard AYLOTT who lived at 1 Legg Alley (exactly where Covent Garden Underground Station is now) He was living there around 1861 and had four children with ANN BASKERVILLE, Ann, Samuel, William and Richard. After Ann died he married CHARLOTTE BARBER in 1855 and they had two children, Robert (1856-1936)and George(1858-?) Richard died in 1861 and mother Charlotte in 1862 after which Richard, (Richard and Ann's son) and George (son of Richard and Charlotte) were sent to a Hertfordshire institution. I have some more information but would like to hear from anyone who can fill some of the gaps
MOURGUE family
I am searching for information about this family and its connection to the GADENNE family (both Huguenot families), who lived in Covent Garden, Bermondsey and Vauxhall, working as vellum binders, during the 19th century. Any information gratefully received.
red mail White, Mary Ann
Looking for information on Mary Ann White, born 1854 or 1855 at Covent Garden. She married Charles Miller, a hackney carriage driver.
red mail Eadon and Franklin
Has anyone got any info. on Thomas Eadon,fruiterer of CG market C.1860 and who lived at 36, Regent Street? His daughter Jane married Wm.Henry Franklin whose father, Wm. Hnry. Franklin Snr. was a boot maker at 12, Upper St. Martin's Lane. Wm.Hnry.Jnr. was born in St. Martin's Lane in 1844. and Jane was born in Regent St. in 1844. They married in St.Paul's church Covent Garden on 1st. July 1865. Then went to Australia, had a daughter, Jane Annie-my grandmother(11th.Oct.1866)in Melbourne, only to return before two years as their next child, Hester Eliza was born 1869 in Pimlico.
red mail ASHTON, CHAMBERLIN
Looking for info. on Weston ASHTON (c.1727-73) of Chandos Street, Covent Garden. He was a butcher by trade and was buried at Bunhill Fields next to his parents George & Grace ASHTON. Weston married Priscilla HICKS? (c.1728-1805) around 1751. Theireldest son was George ASHTON (b.1756). George ASHTON married Elizabeth CHAMBERLIN in 1787 at St. Paul, Covent Garden. Elizabeth was the daughter of James CHAMBERLIN (c.1736-1811) and Abigail HOLMES (c.1736-1805). Thank you, Brenden A.


 
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