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Charles and Clara Hancock, 19 Sutton Way, W10
Does anyone remember Clara and Charles Hancock who lived at 19 Sutton Way, W10. Charles died in 1939, but according to electoral registers his widow Clara remained at Sutton Way until 1964. She was variously joined there by one Philip B Phillips, and a couple named William and Sylvia Hancock (Sylvia's maiden name was Eyre). I would dearly love to hear from anyone who remembers this family
red mail Looking for
I am looking for any information on my family, Snowshall's and Taylors. They lived in ladbroke Grove, 244 Latimer Road.
red mail Clack
Looking for descendants of Frederick Clack and Fanny Filbey, who married in 1886.
red mail Filbey
Looking for the family of four generations of painters and decorators called Thomas Filbey in the 19th century.
red mail North Kensington Lovell
Looking for details of the Lovell family who lived on Ladbroke Grove and in and around North Kensington, particularly interested in Henry Lovell aka Harry Lovell around 1900 Married to Annie Florence
red mail WOOLSGROVE
Looking for families living in North Kensington in 1800s. WOOLSGROVE, Joseph John m MICKLESTONE elizabeth. Their son John, m to ellen LARY or O'LARY and their son Joseph, m to margaret GRADY, mother Mary MURPHY
red mail Brooks Mews/Ennismore Gardens
Further to my previous post. Robert Killingbeck also worked as a groom at Brooks Mews in the 1860's & his brother Thomas Holland Killingbeck worked as a footman at 7 Ennismore Gardens. Does anyone know if these are still standing or are any photographs of them in existence? If any of the buildings do still stand would also be really grateful if anyone were able to take some digital shots of them to send to me. Many thanks in anticipation!!
red mail York House & Dukes Lane - Killingbeck family
Does anyone know if 'York House' which in the 19th century used to be in Vicarage Gardens, Kensington, still stands. I have compared an old map with an up- to- date map I have found a street called York House Place which I think might be todays equivalent. My husbands great-great-grandfather was a coachman in the stables at York House. His family lived a few streets away at Dukes Lane. I was also wondering if any of these old houses are still standing & also if anyone has any old photographs of any of them. Also curious about where the Killingbecks might be buried locally. I think that two of them definitely died in Kensington. Robert Killingbeck -b.1843 Filey, died 1881 Kensington John Gofton Killingbeck -b.1875 Kensington, died 1878 Kensington, aged 3. Any help or info would be really appreciated! Thanks!
red mail Pte George William Mayhew - killed in action WW1
I am looking for relatives of Pte George William Mayhew #4607 bc 1894 who was killed in WW1 aged 22. He was with the 2/13th County of London Battalion (Kensington) which was known as the Kensington Rifles, and was killed on 2nd July 1916. He is buried in Ecoivres Cemetery, France. His father was John Mayhew of 2 Snarsgate Street, North Kensington, London. Please would you contact me if you know anything about this family.
red mail Pte James Robert Smith - killed in action WW1
I am looking for relatives of Pte James Robert Smith #4595 who was killed in WW1 aged 25 (born 1891). He was with the 2/13th County of London Battalion (Kensington) which was known as the Kensington Rifles and was killed on 2nd July 1916. He is buried in Ecoivres Cemetery, France. I don't know any more about him, but please would you contact me if you know anything about this family.
red mail Pte George Rogers - killed in action WW1
I am looking for relatives of Pte George Rogers #4606 bc 1893 who was killed in WW1. He was with the 2/13th County of London Battalion (Kensington) which was known as the Kensington Rifles and was killed on 2nd July 1916 aged 23. He is buried in Ecoivres Cemetery, France. His parents were James and Sarah Rogers of 22 Bonchurch Road, North Kensington, London. Please would you contact me if you know anything about this family.
red mail Snowshall or Snowshill in 19thC
Does anyone have any connections to SNOWSHALL or SNOWSHILL for the Willesden/Kensal Green/Hendon area in the mid 1800s? They were at Stonebridge and later moved to north Kensington/Ladbrooke Grove area.


 
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