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red mail WEST
Looking for info on Sarah WEST b Marylebone c1855. M Edward GIGNER 1872. Father Samuel WEST.
red mail GIGNER
Looking for information on antecedents of Edward GIGNER b c1853 in Marylebone/Paddington. See entry for same in Paddington for more detail
red mail cooper
Looking at Madeline Torriano Fitzmaurice Cooper, baptized at St. Mary's in St. Marylebone in May of 1837. Married Charles Robert William Stuart and emigrated to Canada.
red mail Elgie - Marylebone, St Albans,
Looking for descendants of Frederick and Frances Elgie. Frances born 1878 in Dorset. married in St Albans, but moved about 1911. They had six children, William, Leslie, Gwen, Violet, Mabel and Norman. All born between 1910 and 1920. Where did all the children go? Who did they marry? Frances died in 1933 in Marylebone age 54.
red mail Hood
looking for the parents of Harriet Hood born c1807.
red mail Du Bois died Feb 1864
Charles DU BOIS's Daughter Helen (Ellen) Married George BATEMAN Another daughter Caroline DU BOIS maried SARGISON
red mail Heritage s of london
Thomas Heritage married Elizabeth Sarah Biddlecombe, 1848 they had 6 sons: William 1860 Marylebone James 1851 Marylebone George E 1850 Marylebone Thomas William 1848 Marchwood, Eling Hants Frederick 1853 Marylebone married Eliza Hembrow - their children - Fred 1875 Westminster - Eliza 1876 Lewisham Kent - Charles Philip Lewisham Kent - Rose/Rosa Elizabeth 1878 Lewisham Kent - Alfred 1884 Lewisham Ken - Arthur 1889 Lewisham Kent - Frances Anne 1893 Lewisham Kent - Ernest Frederick Lewisham Kent Samuel 1855 St Pancras married Clara Bruce their children - Mary Elizabeth 1885 Marylebone - Florence 1888 Marylebone - Frances Emily - 1890 Marylebone - twins Celia and Francis - 1893 Marylebone Very interested to hear from any descendants they moved to Islington/Hammersmith
red mail Robathan/Cook(e)
Looking for any information on Mary Ann Robathan who married Charles William Cook in 1874 St.Geo. Hanover Square. Gave his occupation as Brass Finisher, living Robert Street. Her address Thomas Street. His father Charles Cook - bootmaker. Her father David Robathan deceased. Possible they had a son Herbert Cook born 1874. She was married as Marian and not Mary Ann.
Holland, Ayres,
I am seeking information on Edward Holland, born about 1785. He was married to Elizabeth Ayres in St Pancras in 1809. She was born about 1788 in Leatherhead, Surrey. Any details about either of these would be much appreciated.
red mail More PORTALS and their spouses
Mary Louisa ANDERSON married 1878 Horace John PORTAL William ALexnder RHIND married Daisy Melta PORTAL b 1879 Norwood MacDonald MCLEOD married 1912 Irma Horace Laniphier PORTAL b 1885 Norman Portal MCLEOD b 1916 married 1940 Patricia Anne LUSHINGTON I have some information, alway appreciate more
red mail Sarah PORTAL Married William SABONADIRCE
Sarah Henrietta Portal b 14 May 1840 St Marylebone b 1882 married 1860 William Augusta SABONADIRCE I have some information
red mail Mary HEARNE/Cecil Cyril Hearne/ Rene LORD
any info on the above: Mary Hearne (born Cork,Ireland 1880-1888). Working as a Chambermaid in a Hotel in Fulham.Had children Cecil Hearn,Rene Lord,Frederick Lord,Vera Lord. Married Willaim F LORD in Fulham 1916.
red mail MITCHELL - Marylebone
Am looking for any info re: my grandfather JOHN SAMUEL MITCHELL (born c.1897) married on 17 October 1920 at Marylebone, my grandmother Mary Ethel Mills Whittlesey (born 1899). They lived at 4 Hereford Street, Marylebone and had one son, Raymond in 1927. JOHN SAMUEL MITCHELL was last seen in 1934. His father was PETER MITCHELL who had some connection with Ireland, Scotland and Winnipeg, Canada. JOHN SAMUEL MITCHELL is the brickwall in my family history research. I don't know where he came from or where he went. He may have re-married and had more children. Any information, however tiny a snippet, would be most welcome.
red mail OSMAN (Miss: first name unknown)
Single mother of my grandfather Ernest MACY who is said to have been conceived on a tour ship to Turkey and born from lodgings in Marylebone Road, mid 1870s. Miss Osman said to have come of a good family, daughter of a "Commander Osman", probably from Hampshire. She soon married Edward MACY, perhaps a shipbuilder from Yorkshire, who adopted the boy and gave him his surname. Any information very welcome.
CHARLES ELLIS c 1818, & his father, PETER ELLIS
Searching for the birth of CHARLES ELLIS c 1818, possibly MARYLEBONE or MANCHESTER, & more information about his father, PETER ELLIS, who's occupation was described as "Gent". Who & where did Peter marry? Was she a NICHOLSON? Charles live at Newton Heath, Manchester, & was a manufacturing chemist who exhibited at the Great Exhibition at Crystal Palace in 1851. He married ELLEN JACOBS in 1841 at CHELTENHAM, & had children CHARLES NICHOLSON, ELEANOR MARGUERITE, & ALFRED LEOPLD. After his wife died, Charles married HANNAH HOWARD in Manchester. What was Charles's connection to NICHOLSON VARLEY & his wife, MARIA, who are commemorated on the same burial monument at Harpurhey cemetery, Manchester?
red mail Sarah Ann Billows
Looking for a Sarah Ann Billows c.1830 Marylebone, married Edwin Webster b.1830 Lambeth, 1851 Marylebone, died 1865 in Lambeth. We found the three girls, Ada, Kate and Clara, and youngest son Sydney, all boarders in 1871. The two older boys, Edwin and Henry/Harry Herbert staying as cousins with members of the Pawson and Windle family. The Stokes family is also connected somehow. Presume relationship with Billows.
red mail Johnson, Mary - Castleblaney, Monaghan
Trying to find out more about my great x 2 grandmother, Mary Johnson. She was born in about 1811 in Castleblaney, Monaghan, N.I. and married John Rowland in Ireland. They moved to London sometime after 1841. The family lived in the Stepney/Mile End area of London. Mary died 09/09/1872 when she was living in Antil Road, Mile End. Any information would be much appreciated.
red mail Randall
My great grandfather William Thom Randall was born in 1894 in Marylebone to George Charles Randall and Jane Taylor. George was also born in Marylebone, Jane in Drury Lane or St. Giles district. Any information on any of these ancestors would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks.
red mail Frank Coombs/Charlotte Jones
I have been unable to find their marriage in the indexes. Searched for years 1879-1892. He was born in Fovant and is still there in 1881 on census with his parents. She was born in Marylebone, St. John. First child Madeline was born in 1890, in Chelsea. Charlotte's middle names are Mary Ann. Think I may have found her birth certificate for 1855 but can't be sure due to lack of marriage certificate and therefore not knowing her father's name. She is not with her parents on the 1881 census. Have checked all of marriages for Frank Coombs or Coombes in Wiltshire so think they either married in Marylebone or Paddington. Any help would be gratefully appreciated.
red mail Coffey
Looking for information on James Coffey. Married Cathering Carroll 1882, had 3 children that I've found. Thomas Coffey (b) 1883, Kathleen Coffey and Ellen Coffey. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks...
red mail BICKMORE marriage
My GG grandfather Isaac James BICKMORE married in 1865 (in Marylebone) to 'Nellie' last name unknown. Trying to find out what happened to Nellie, if they had any children & any more details on their marriage.
red mail Gray family
Looking for further info on William Gray born 1843 in Marylebone, London. He married Elizabeth Lewis in 1866 and they had 8 children. William's father was John Gray and his occupation was joiner. In 1871/81/91 and 1901 they lived in Kensington.
red mail Bluck family
Would like to here from anyone researching Bluck families in Marylebone or Kensington. In particular, William Bluck & Rebecca Holeman, William John Bluck & Georgina Wilson Oram, Alfred & Kate Bluck and Arthur Percy Bluck & Gertrude Mugridge. All were in the Tailoring industry. Any info would be much appreciated, thanks.
red mail Sheldrick
Seeking info on Harold Sheldrick. It is thought Harold may have married Florence Rose Amor after 1900 but no marriage can be found. Any info would be much appreciated.
red mail Amor - Strangwick
Researching the family of William Amor & Eliza Strangwick of Marylebone, 1858-1900. William Amor was a Schoolmaster at the London Industrial School in 1881. William & Eliza had 9 children all born between 1858-1878 in either Marylebone or Paddington. Louisa Ellen, William Joseph, Sidney Herbert, Emily, Edgar Henry, Albert George, Philip Hiron, Florence Rose and Catherine Adelaide. Any info would be much appreciated.
red mail Tootills of Marylebone
I am looking for any Tootils that were born in Marylebone.
red mail Benjamin BROOK (1811-1884)
Benjamin BROOK b St Mary's, St Marylebone, married Mary CRADDOCK b abt 1811 Kent. Came to OZ. Welcome any info on marriage, his father Edward BROOK (bricklayer) or her father Richard CRADDOCK. Kay
red mail 'The Pontefract Castle' Wigmore St.
I would be very interested in hearing from anyone with a connection with the above pub. My Grandmother Ada Elizabeth Hamilton (nee Mason) was running it in 1901. She was widowed, I believe in 1900. Her previous surname was Perry.
red mail Bailey Middlesex
Looking for information on Henry Bailey b; 1838 Last maker Kate Whitmore b;1838 Marylebone Henry William b; 1861 St James Westminster Kate Elizabeth b; 1863 St James Westminster Charles b; 1867 St James Westminster Hannah b; 1870 Westminster In the1871 cenuses Henry isn't at the same address. By 1881 Kate is now married to Patrick O'Mally b; 1829 Kildare Irealand Fanny O'mally b;1873 Marylebone Edward b; 1876 St Pancras Elizabeth b; 1879 St Pancras Emily b; 1879 St Pancras Rosina b' 1881 St Pancras Mary b; 1883 St Pancras
red mail HEWITT FAMILY,,,MARYLEBONE
l am looking for the son,father was Edward Hewitt, mother was Mabel Nash,born we think portman building,marylebone.1922 onwards please can any one help me
Ehrlicher, Hine
My greatgrandfather August Ehrlicher married Julia Hine and then Ellen (?Hine?). Any information would be welcome. He was a bootmaker.
Hannuell
James Hannuell m. Mary Ann Rose Bethnal Green 1851 children Elizabeth Emma James Esther Robert Ellen Henry Julia Amelia
red mail Newitt - Mitchell
Seeking any information about ancestors:- HENRY NEWITT married MARY ANN(E) MITCHELL about 1830. They resided at No.2,Little James St, Marylebone 1838 - 1841, and had 5 children at least:- Richard, Sophia, Henry, Eliza, Caroline. Thanks.
red mail Bailey - Rabey
Looking for a marriage between Henry Bailey and Eliza Rabey in Marylebone
red mail bailey- whitmore
Looking for a marriage between Henry Bailey and Kate Whitmore
red mail BAILEY
Looking for information on Henry Bailey b' abt 1838 Clarkenwell was a Last Maker
red mail Edwin and Daniel French
Looking for Edwin French born c1819 Marylebone married at Christchurch St. Marylbone 1848 to Mary Mason Clark, had 2 sons Arthur and Daniel, a daughter Mary Mason, also possiby 3rd son Charles.Also looking for Edwin's parents father's name Daniel. Have neither birth or death records of Edwin or Daniel.
red mail goatley
Any information appreciated about GEORGE GOATLEY and his wife SUSANNAH who lived in Oxford Market in 1851. He was a coachman and came from the Speen/Newbury area of Berkshire. Their children were John, Eliza, William, and Edward.
red mail STANLEY
William Charles Stanley was a coachman who lived with his wife Louisa in Devonshire Mews. They had the following children:- Ann, Louisa Jane, Charles George, Amelia Eliza, Emma Sarah, Clarissa nad Harriet Rosina. Charles died in 1847 aged 70. His wife re-married and most of the family moved to Sutton, Surrey.
red mail Willelmina Landversicht
I have a copy of my grandfathers sister Birth registry (born July 20,1860) which says her father was Johann Hinrich Landversicht residence 7 Little Litchfield St. Marylebone in the county of Middlesex. I can not find a match and I would like out more about my great grandparents and my grand father. Is there anyone that can help me. Great grandmother maiden name was Mary Clark. Thank You. Ray
James Mason Sparling
My GGGrandfather, was recorded on his sons marriage certificate, as profession: Solicitor in April 1847 in Marylebone. Any information on the Sparling family would be most acceptable.
red mail Upper Charlton Street. Marylebone
In 1901 Mary Ann Ward nee McSweeny age 49 widow of James H. Ward, was living at 26 Upper Charlton Street, Marylebone with her family. Eleanor 26, Louisa 24, Florence 22, Eliza 20, James 19, Lillian 15 and Ethel 9. Looking for any further information or descendants.
Earl of Gosford/ Mary Sparrow
Searching for the address of their London town? circa 1810/1820? Archibald Acheson, the Earl of Gosford + wife Mary Sparrow (daughter of Robert)located in Marylebone, where they married? regards Paul.
red mail Pratley, Hayward, Keern, Keem
Seeking any ancestors, descendants of James Pratley (20 Jan 1855 Eastleach Martin) and Elizabeth Hayward (chr 15 oct 1854 North Cerney). They moved to St. Marylebone, MDX, and had two children James (1881 my grgrandfather) and Caroline Jane (1883) who married (1917 Hammersmith R.D.Charles Keem/Keern and had one son Stanley Charles Keem/Keern (1918 Shepherd's Bush).
red mail blanche catherine williams
arthur william burt married blanche catherine williams in 1902 in St Georges Hanover Square she was born in 1877 in marylebone suggest father was brother of Priscella Walker. Anyone with any information please can they get in touch thankyou.
red mail Fluck, Prouse, Carnell, Mallett
Trying to find information on the family Fluck, Prouse and Carnell from Easebourne, Midhurst and Marylebone. Joseph Fluck married a Jane Prouse in Marylebone in the mid 1800. They had 3 children John Prouse, Mary Ann and Thomas (died in 1845), Janedied in child birth. Joseph died the following year. Both John Prouse & Mary Ann came to Australia with their Aunt & Uncle (Mallett), from their we lose track. Any information on all family would be greatly appreciated
red mail Thearle family
Looking for any information on the Thearle family in Paddington and Kensington areas of London. Especially John Samuel born abt 1834 in St Marylebone. He married Sarah Ann Manning in Paddington in 1857.Children were all born Kensington and St Marylebone. Also information on John Samuels brother William George Born 1828 St Marylebone, he married Charlotte Baker in 1848 in Paddington their children were born in Paddington and St Marylebone. Any in formation on the above or others greatfully recieved.
red mail Thearle family
Looking for information on the Thearle family in St marylebone London especially Richard married to Elizabeth. Children Mary Elizabeth born 1822, William george born 1828,and John Samuel born abt 1834 all in St Marylebone. Any information greatfullyrecieved
red mail Walmer Street, Marylebone
In 1901 Charles Edwards was living with his wife Beatrice nee Hamilton at 28 Walmer Street, Marylebone, they were married December 25th 1900. Looking for any descendants.
red mail REED
I would welcome any information about the family of THOMAS REED. He was a fishmonger and lived in Upper York Street and Seymour Place. He married Phebe Church in St Mary's Bryanstone Squarere in July 1847. I cannot find any information about his death or what happened to him after 1871. His wife died in 1902 in St John's Almhouses.
red mail Matthew Fuller Woodley in Marylebone
In the 1891 census Matthew Fuller Woodley, a cornfactor, and his wife Lucy Bedford Woodley (nee Allen) are at 31 Montagu Square, Marylebone, St Mary. Any further information would be very gratefully received.
BAILEY
James Bailey married Edith French marylebone 190?cant get any further would like any information on BAILEY'S or FRENCH from marylebone or paddington. thank
red mail BUCKINGHAM
Searching for any information on Harry Buckingham and his wife Mary Ellen Goodman who were living in Marylebone in 1905. Their son Albert Edward Buckingham was my grandfather. He was sent to a children's home in Cheshire while still a young boy and remembered little of his early years. We do not know why he was put into care. He believes that he had two brothers. Grateful for any information or links.
red mail McDonald,Dorr
I am trying to find any information about my great great grandperants there names were Alice Mary Dorr and Finlay McDonald,they were married in july 1900 in Hendon,london and Alice was born in 1873 in St marylebone, london. any information would be gratefully received.
JAMES, Charles Currey
I am looking for information on Charles Currey James born Marylebone December 1881.
red mail Portman Building 1901 Long
Looking for Henry Long Police Constable 34 in 1901 n census lived in Portman Buildings Marylebone
red mail Martin, Munden, Armstrong, Brackstone families
looking for any connection with these families in the Marylebone area. Carriage/coach builders in 1850's.
red mail Lucas, Walker
Looking for Lucas and Walker families Marlebone and Clerkenwell,
red mail St Marylebone
My search centers around Henry Batterbee & Jane Sessions About 1825 but any info gratefully wanted thanks
red mail Hanton
Looking for birth place/year for William Hanton and Eliza nee Gibbins married 7/02/1847. Got copy of their marriage certificate saying both of full age, no profession and no address except of St Mary's parish, Marylebone. Parents John Hanton and George Gibbins, was told by great aunt that one of my great grandfathers was in a scottish regiment and worn tartan trews, still not got out of London yet. Son James born Blandford Square, Middx married 8/9/1877 Emily Elizabeth Colley other son's believeto be Harry and Arthur both stone masons
red mail Jones of Marylebone
I'm looking for any information on John Jones & his wife Charlotte Cann who lived at 19 John Street-North Marylebone around 1847. They had a son Charles John Jones on the 8th Oct 1847 at the above address. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail WOODROFFE/BAKER
Looking for any information on Robert Woodroffe, Address,in 1826, 11,Cumberland Mews, Adam Street West, St. Marylebone. Wife Ann. They had a son, Francis, Born 29th Jan.1826,at the Lying in Hostpital,Endell St. Holborn. and christened there 2nd Feb 1826.The family's "settlement" was Stonehouse, Gloucestershire. They were "recomended to the Hostpital by Richard BAKER
red mail aylett
researching husbands family tree, know a william and sarah aylett were living in marylebone by 1881 but he originated from essex looking for a william born 1875
red mail Marriage GOWARD/BENHAM
On 5th February 1837 George GOWARD married Mary BENHAM at St. Marylebone All Souls. I believe these to be my Gt.Gt.Grandparents. My Gt.Grandparents were George William GOWARD and Elizabeth GALE, married Shoreditch 1862.
red mail Hedges family
Arthur Hedges was born 1848 to James and Jane (nee Williams); James father was probably William mother Sarah. Arthur married Emily West, and the family lived at various addresses in Marylebone. Any details of this family will be most welcome.
red mail Assington Buildings, Marylebone
In 1901 Herbert ZEBEDEE age 30, was living with wife Emma nee STILL at D Block, Assington Buildings, Marylebone, together with son Harry age 1. Looking for any descendants.
red mail John`s Yard, Marylebone
In 1901 Charles Still age 51, greengrocer was living with wife Margaret at 4 John`s Yard Marylebone.Children Alfred 18, Annie 16, Arthur 14, Nellie(Helen) 10, Florence 7 and Ethel 4. Looking for any descendants.
red mail St.Matthews Church, Marylebone
Samuel Ward Richard SEWARD born 1878 in Marylebone, married in 1903 to Martha Annie LEE nee LIMER, this was her second marriage. Were there any children? Martha already had daughter`s Hilda Grace Limer, and Maud Maria Lee.
red mail Edwards Family
Looking for any reference to six brothers all born 10 Walmer Street Marylebone. David Edward John born 1872, Joseph Charles 1874, Charles Cook 1877, Lionel 1880, Ernest Henry 1882 and Albert Edward 1887. Father David Edwards, mother Rosina Charlottenee Robathan. Looking for any descendants.
red mail St.Marylebone
Thomas Witty Wilkinson born 1865 son of Thomas Witty and Elizabeth Ann Wilkinson nee Hosier. Married Elizabeth Beatrice Dale in 1889 Trinity Church Marylebone. 1901 living at 29 Harley Mews Marylebone. Children: Cyril 1894, Thomas 1897 and Arthur 1900. Looking for any descendants.
red mail St. Marylebone
Florence Julia Wilkinson born 1881 most likely in Marylebone, daughter of Thomas Witty and Elizabeth Ann Wilkinson nee Hosier. Married Benjamin William Godfrey in 1901 in Christ Church St.Pancras. Looking for any descendants.
red mail St, Marylebone
Ella Wilhelmina Wilkinson born 1906 Cleveland Street, Marylebone daughter of Henry George and Ella Maud Wilkinson nee Snelling. Married George Harborne Chambers in 1935. Looking for any descendants.
red mail AKERS/HOPKINS
My great grandmother ADELAIDE AKERS born 1859 in Newington can be found in the 1901 census living in Upper Dorset Street, Islington with her second husband HARRY HOPKINS who was born 1871 in Paddington. Seeking any information about them post 1901.
red mail St Vincent's Catholic Primary School
St Vincent's Catholic Primary School opened at 14 Blandford Street, St Marylebone, London W1 in 1938. Thirtyfive of the children were evacuated to Keynsham (Bristol area) in September 1939 on account of the Blitz, among them Elizabeth ('Betty') Michaux. Do you know of anyone else who attended this school at this time?
red mail Admiral Whisk
Anyone out there know anything about the household of Admiral J Whisk of 62 Great Cumberland Place in the late 1800s? He employed 2 brothers as footmen in the 1880s - Henry Albert and Morgan Whatley. Henry was my gg grandfather. Would love to knowmore about this period of his life.
red mail Christopher Jones - Lavernock
I am trying to establish the marriage/death place of Christopher Jones b. 1744 Lavernock, Glam. I think he may be the Christopher who married Elizabeth living in Poplar c. late 1700's any help would be appreciated
red mail Corbett
Looking for information on Dennis Corbett and his family. Address given Bryanston Square in 1839. Occupation Tailor. Sent to Australia as a convict aged 17 years.
red mail Wiseman... Waterloo
I am looking for the name WISEMAN living in YORK ROAD and TENISON STREET from the mid 1800s. My ancestors, although living in BRIGHTON, SUSSEX at the time gave these two addresses on marriage certificates (married at St.John`s, Waterloo) As yet I haven`t worked out why they married there, rather than in BRIGHTON. Other linking names are TAYLOR, MARCHANT ROGERS, HAMMOND, DAMEROW, ROBINSON, IZOD. REGARDS, JILL If anyone notices WISEMAN in WATERLOO/LAMBETH at this time in indexes or on census Ishould be very grateful for details.
red mail Brooks
I am interested in finding any information on Ann Brook who according to her entry on the 1851 census was born in St Marylebone this would have been around 1815-1816. She married John Roberts in East Farleigh,Kent (Nr Maidstone) on the 1 st November1834. She died in Tunbridge Wells date unknown but she disappears from the census after 1861.
red mail Wilder Family
I am researching two possibly connected Wilder families. (i) Charles Wilder married Frances in 1818 in St Nicholas, Brighton (marriage on IGI, but can't be found through parish records). Had two children - Charlotte chr on 5/4/1820 and William chr on8/2/1824, both at St Nicholas. The family were living at Laurel Pl for both christenings. Charles was a Porter. Another child - Thomas born 1825/26 in Brighton (info from 1851 Census) baptism cannot be found in Brighton parish records. Charlotte married George White in Marylebone, London in 1848. William married Jane. (ii) Charles Frederick Wilder married Frances Davies in 1810 in Marylebone. They had a child, also named Charles Frederick in 1811 in Marylebone. Thomas mentioned in (i) was living with Charles Frederick jnr at 26 Harrow St, Marylebone in 1849. All the male members of the family seem to have been painters and decorators. Are Charles and Frances in (i) and Charles Frederick and Frances Davies in (ii), one and the same people?Is Thomas a brother, cousin, nephew of Charles Frederick jnr? If the two families are one and the same, it means that they lived in Marylebone, then moved to Brighton prior to 1820 and returned to Marylebone, where they remained, after 1826. Anyon...
red mail WEBB
Am looking for two Sarah WEBBs, possibly in the Marylebone area from 1846-1863. Sarah WEBB born c1780 Ashby de la Zouch LEI (widowed in 1846) and daughter, Sarah Frances WEBB born c1816 Tamworth STS. The latter was a teacher; the former may have died in 1861. Any help greatly appreciated.
red mail Manchester Square 1930s
I am trying to find out if there were any Catholic establishments in Manchester Square in the 1930s - particularly the Daughters of Charity, particularly in the first part of 1939.
red mail Oborne of Tisbury, Cambridge, Marylebone, Chelsfield
Thomas (Stonemason) born Tisbury Wiltshire, died in Cambridge, Cambridge 1840, in 1820 Thomas married Sarah (Montague) OBORNE 1788-1865 born in Tisbury, daughter of John Montague 1763-1820 b. Tisbury and Mary Unknown 1766-1815. Sarah (Montague) OBORNE died at 10 Hereford St, Marylebone in 1865. Thomas OBORNE and Sarah had known 2 children: (i) Anna M. Oborne 1824 -1890 b.Amerly Place, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire died in 1890 in London, most likely Paddington as she was living with her niece Ellen C. OBORNE 1859-? at 10 Britannia Terrace, Paddington, MDX at time of 1881 Census. (ii) Alfred Mountague OBORNE (Civil Engineer) b. 1827, Ram Yard, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire died 14 Dec 1890 at 32 Dover Rd., Folkestone, Kent, England. (My G. Grandfather) Alfred M. OBORNE married his 1st wife: Ellen DINES 1835-1861 m. in 1857 - 2 children; 2nd wife: (my G.gm) Jane ASHDOWN 1848-1902 m. Aug 1865 at St Marylebone Parish Church. Moved to Chelsfield, Kent later living at Forest Hill, Lewisham then Folkestone. After Alfred M OBORNE died in 1890. Jane OBORNE moved from Folkestone to Ightham and ran the 'George & Dragon Inn' until she died in 1902. There were 9 children of this marriage. Any connection please contact.
red mail Mills
Any information please about Catherine Mills my 2xgreat grandmother. I believe she originated in the London area but I know nothing about her family. She married John Dyson about 1834 and was living in St Marylebone when my great grandfather also John was born in 1838. I think they also had a daughter Caroline born 1835 who died as an infant. Anything about the Mills family would be gratefully received.
red mail Calver
SEARCHING FOR CALVERS IN THE MARYLEBONE AREA CIRCA 1860. WILLIAM CALVER AND SELINA DREW.
red mail Studds
Looking for anyone connected to Thomas Studds and Mary Wells married 1818. Thomas Studds and Martha Weston married 1843, Robert Studds married Emma or Mary Beasley 1814, Barnet Studds married Sarah Fower 1813, Emma Agnes Studds born 1871 Southwark.
red mail Looking For Blake Family Of Middlesex
Farewell Kellaway Blake married Sarah Frances Milton at All Saints church 26/5/1850 father was John who was married around 1823/4 as Farewell was born 6/9/1824 his brothers & sisters were Elizabeth 2/2/28 Mary Louisa 9/12/1832 Georgina Emma Wilkinson Ann 21/2/1836 Emily Victoria 9/2/1838 Julia Sophia 10/1/1840 and Allan George Bogle 28/12/1841. With name like Farewell Kellaway Blake I am hoping someone will give me a lead.
red mail Dyson
Information wanted on the Dyson family John Bristow Dyson born 1838 in St Marylebone son of John and Catherine(Mills) Dyson , John Bristow married Mary Ann Romain/e in Lambeth 1859, she died in 1872 and John married Jane Godden born Hants 1842.Knownchildren Albert Bristow Dyson and Edgar Dyson from first marriage, Edward John Samuel Dyson from second marriage.
red mail Blake
In 1881, Edward BLAKE, 50,copperplate printer, was living at 20 Castle St East with wife Eliza,45, sons Edward 18, baker, and William 16,printer, both born Islington. A possible birth certificate for William 1865 gives Edward's occupation as Photographic Artist. I am searching for William George Blake, son of Edward Charles Blake, both copperplate printers. William married Alice Mary Dewdney at St Pancras in 1895. Apprenticeship document now in Australia confirms that William Blake at Castle StEast 1881 is the same as William George Blake in St Pancras. Now trying to confirm link to Islington.Also, where are family in 1891?
red mail Alexander Lafon
I'm seeking info on my ancestor Alexander Lafon a Huguenot refugee probably born about 1707 in France. He was married to Annette d'Estaing by whom he had a son Alexander in Liverpool. His will describes him as "of Eccleston, Lancashire and Marylebon". Annette died and in November 1787 this lusty old gentleman married again to Margaret Chessanau in St Marylebone. This marriage was without issue and he died and was buried in Marylebone Old Cemetery in April 1799. I would love any moreinformation anyone can give me on this.
Mose
I'm trying to establish the ancestry of Henry Mose, born 1st February 1872 of Alfred and Emma Mose in Mitcham Street, Marylebone. Emma was formerly Coxeter.
red mail Whale
Looking for Whale connections anywhere in Greater London/Middlesex but in particular in and around the Marylebone area


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