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red mail Annie Brown born 8 Jul 1862, St Lukes, London
I am searching for the birth certificate of the above. Can anyone help? Her parents were Charles Brown and Mary Ann Porter. Charles Brown was born in Marylebone and Mary Ann Porter was born in Kensington. In 1861 they were living in Northampton and in 1871 they had moved to Milton Keynes. I wonder why Annie Brown was born in St Lukes, London.
red mail Missing wine cooper
Thomas James Richards (b30 Nov 1846 Cripplegate) married Caroline Haynes (b abt 1844 City of London) on 21 July 1867 at St James, Shoreditch. He was a wine cooper at that time as was his father Joseph Charles Richards. on 1871 census they were living at 3 Red Lion Street,St Andrew, Holborn. After that they 'dissapeared' I have tried RICHARDSON and Haynes on all the availabe census with no luck. If anyone finds them please let me know. Thank you
red mail Cock/Cox family London
Charles Cock married Elizabeth (Betsy) Haynes at St James, Shoreditch on 28 May 1860. Children - Elizabeth b 19 April 1861,(not on 71 census so think she died young) Henry, b abt 1863, Arthur Joseph b 25 Dec 1869, Edward b 21 sep 1872, Louise b 28 Jan 1879. Edward married Elizabeth Griffiths, Louise married George Ecclestone. All lived in and around Islington Area and mainly used St Thomas Charterhouse, St Luke Old Street
red mail Carter, Joseph Henry.
Looking for birth details for JOSEPH HENRY CARTER born 1874/1875 Father James Carter listed on Joseph's marriage certificate as a shoemaker. Joseph maintained he was an orphan. First positive identification is on 1901 Uk cenus when Joseph is listed as crew member on Renownd, Royal Navy where he states he was born St. Lukes, Pancras, London. No information on enlistment papers for Navy.
red mail ELSTON
Hi I am researching the Elston family. I am looking for information regarding the family of John and Mary(Eleanor) Elston (nee Potter) who were married in St Luke's Old Street, Finsbury in 1805. They had at least one son Samuel who was born in 1807. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you.
red mail George Henry Leighton NICHOLL
Looking for more on this mans ancestry. Believe that his father was another George Nicholl. m. 5 Oct 1842 St. Luke, Middlesex, England d. 30 Jul 1865 Gravesend, Kent, England One of his ancestors may have had connections with Bodicote
red mail Briggs
I am searching for info regarding Thomas Charles Briggs b 1856 in St Lukes, Middlesex
LINSCOTT Eliza b. 1821 St Luke, Middx
I am looking for information on ELIZA LINSCOTT B. 1821 St Luke Middlesex to William Linscott, a Fireman but I don't know who her mother was, nor can I find out anthing about eiher of their past history. Eliza married Edward Ward b. 1821 St Luke, Middx in 1842 at the Parish Church, Hackney and they had 8 children. If you have any information on Eliza and the Linscott family, I would love to hear from you.
red mail Regent Street
Can anyone identify where this street may have been in the St.Lukes locality for relatives listed as living there in the 1841 census. Many thanks
red mail Irish families in St. Luke's
I am researching my relatives in the McCarthy and Whyte families in St. Luke's, 1850- 1900, and families they married into e.g. Horan, Troy, Sullivan, Collins and possibly Regan. Baptisms and marriages took place at Catholic churches St. Joseph's Lamb's Passage, St. Monica's Hoxton and St. Ann's Whitechapel. John McCarthy (c. 1817 - ?1880) was a costermonger possibly from Aughadown, Co. Cork. Joseph Whyte (born c. 1812) came from Dublin and was a cabinet maker. Many McCarthy men worked for the Post Office, and John Troy was a vellum binder at 10, Norton Folgate in 1878.
red mail ST LUKES BIRD FAMILY
CATHERINE Bird b. 1780 had 3 children HANNAH b 1818 John b.1823 who maried a CAROLINE ASHWELL BROWN b. St. lukes 1818 and a SARAH Bird 1828 -1842All were born St. Lukes Shoreditch John and Caroline married June 1843 in Marylebone and lived in Somers Town and had 7 children Hannah, Elizabeth,John, Thomas, Joseph b.1853-1878, Caroline and Mary Bird. Joseph married a Mary Ann Odgers and lived Somers Town they had 4 children Joseph, John, Jane and my G. Grandfather William Bird b1878 - 1933. Any information regarding any of the above would be wonderful especially any of the ones born and raised in St. Lukes
Whitecross Street/Old Street area
Looking for information on the Whorewood family who had a china and glass shop in this area. Am particularly interested in information on William Whorewood b.1881 who had a son, Valentine, with Kate Bull b.1879. I believe they lived at Leage Street c.1901.
Rice
John Howard Rice was a book seller in 1828 at St.Luke's,old Street.
red mail Ward, Eliza
I am researching my great grandmother, Eliza Ward b 1851 St. Lukes, Middlesex. I know she had one son, Edward (father James Bingham) born Clerkenwell workhouse in 1876)) and family lore has it that Edward had siblings. If anyone knows anything of this Eliza or James please contact. With thanks, Shirley
red mail Elizabeth Bound
married william G Bound, lived in st lukes , old st
red mail Hodges family
Is anyone else researching the Hodges family of St Luke's? I have the census records up to 1901 but am particularly interested in William Hodges born c.1823 Whip Maker, William Charles Hodges born 1852 Upholsterer, and his brother Thomas Samuel Hodges born c.1855 Brass Finisher. Thomas Samuel Hodges married Caroline Chumley and their son was Thomas William, my grandfather, who died in the 1918 flu epidemic. Any information on this family and particularly my grandfather would be most appreciated.
red mail Middlesex: St. Lukes, Christ Church, Norton Folgate, Shoreditch,
George and Jane CRANGE had at least three children: Hannah Mary CRANGE (b.1786), George (b. c 1785) and Ann (b. c 1779), all of whom were born in St Lukes. Ann never married. Hannah Mary married John William LUCOMBE (b. c. 1789 in Brighton, Sussex) and they had at least five children: Elizabeth Jane (b. 1816), George John (b. 1818), Sarah Ann (b. 1823), Mary Ann (b. 1825) and Susannah (b. 1832). Elizabeth Jane married John Charles SAUNDERS in 1840 in Shoreditch. They had at least eight children. If you have any information about these people, please contact me. I also have info (marriage cert, baptismal and census records) to share.
red mail FULLARD FAMILY
Am keen to hear from anyone with information on the Fullard family who were living at Garden Row in the 1841 census. William Fullard b.c1791 (a smith/possibly a wool carder), his wife Harriett & their children James, Jane, Titus, George & Thomas. Any info or links gratefully received!
red mail Donnely/Burton/Harris
Looking to trace relatives of Margaret Donnely-spelling changed according to census-lived at 3 Adam and Eve Court St Lukes in 1881.Originated from Cork in Ireland.Burton family George Sarah and children.Harris family-Alfred and Mary and family.
red mail Geta Osgood
Am looking for infor on the Osgood family who appear on the 1871 census. Geta is spelt Geron at this stage. Also a sister was born date 1864 Ellen. Geta was born 1862.
red mail Parish Church
My grandparents got married in 1906 at the Parish Church of St. Luke's in the county of Middlesex, does anyone know the name & address of the Church?
rodaway
trying to find any info on henry rodaway born 1842 st lukes middlesex, married emma (no surname) frome coventry , then moved on to liverpool,any info would be great. tony
red mail FREEMAN & CARTER
RICHARD FREEMAN b.c:1842 and FRANCES CARTER b:1854 Children: Minnie Louisa CARTER b: Chelsea 1879, Lillian Frances FREEMAN b:1884, Florence FREEMAN b: St Lukes 1886, Amelia FREEMAN b:Hoxton 1889 & Richard FREEMAN b:St Lukes 1890. This family were know to reside in Garden Row, St Lukes. Richard Freeman was a stick maker by trade. Keen to hear from anyone who has connections to any of the above persons.
red mail WARREN family of ST LUKE'S
I would be interested to hear from any of the descendants of Samuel Warren who married Frances Glyde at St Leonard's Shoreditch. He was the son of Samuel Warren, an usher at the Old Bailey who was born in London City. They lived at 6 Ironmonger Street but later moved to Islington. He was a carpenter by trade and died in 1861 in Islington.
red mail Macaree's Of London
Would like to contact others interested in the Macaree surname of Shoreditch, Bethnal Green, and St Lukes. Edward Macaree/McCree emigrated to New Zealand. Edward's father Joseph was a watchmaker.
red mail Macaree's of London & Kent
I am researching the Macaree's of St Lukes and Ashford.I am looking for the family of Joseph Macaree,Watchmaker of Chart Street(1881census)b. 1817
red mail John Hickman
Looking for birth ref. and parents of John Hickman, born around 1839 in St Lukes, Middlesex
red mail Bailey/Davis
Seth Bailey and Susannah Davis were married in 1859 at Spalding Linconshire. After their marrage they moved to St. Luke's Middlesex. Seth was a policeman in 1859 and later a potato salesman. They had a family of ten children... David, George, Charlotte, Seth William, James, Sarah, Annie, Susan Annie, Tom and Rosa. Tom married Florence Gertrude Caulfield at Holborn Register office on 7 May 1900. Their first child was named Doris Rosa. If you are descended from any of the above, please contact me.
red mail MILTON, GOWARD Islington/St. Luke's
Edward William MILTON married Annie Rose GOWARD 9th Oct 1897 St. Mark Old Street. They had a total of ten children, Amy (taken by Grandparents James and Sarah Elizabeth (née WILLS) MILTON, reason unknown), Ted, Jim, George, Nancy, Harry, Edith(died age 20), William Thomas (died age 19), Herbert (died age 10), Frederick William (died age 4).
red mail DAVISON
Am looking for information about the DAVISON family who resided in St. Luke's parish in the late 1700s-early 1800s, and possibly earlier. My gg-grandfather, Robert William Davison, was born ca. 1822 the son of Thomas and Caroline (nee Franklin) Davison. Thomas and Caroline were married at St. Bride's, Fleet Street, ca. 1814-1817. Thomas and Caroline moved to Barking, Essex, soon after and christened more children there, where Thomas worked as a grocer. Their son Robert William Davison movedback to London and married Eleanor Sarah Trevillion in Hoxton, Shoreditch in 1847.
red mail GOWARD
George William Goward married Elizabeth Gale 25th Dec 1862. He was a clock case maker/turner, 8 children,Elizabeth,George,Edith,Louise,John F, Reuben,Annie R,Walter. Parents George Goward and Mary Benham (according to IGI)
red mail Haynes. St. Lukes, Middlesex
I am looking for descendants of Henry Haynes & Elizabeth (nee Smith) who lived at 6 Allen Street, Clerkenwell in 1851, 19 Ironmonger Row in '61. Old Street in '71 and 53 Peerless Street in 81 with son George Frederick and Grandchildren William and Marie Brown. George is my Gt. Grandfather who maried Harriet Hawes and had 10 children and they lived at 20 Hyde Road in '91 and 28 Fairbank St in '01. Henry and Elizabeth also had a son Thomas Charles who married Harriet Heslop and had 10 known children.
red mail Redman Family
Robert Henry Redman Born 12 Gee Street St Lukes 20/2/1860 died 1940 walthamstow,married Mary Ann Eliza Jopling Walthamstow 19/7/1880.Looking for Birth/Death of his father George Redman born 1806 Calne Wilthshire & mother Eleanor Ward born ReadingBerkshire 1829
red mail Gill Family St Lukes.
William Gill and Mary Ann Gallacher St. Lukes, London 1881 Census William Gill, 26 years, born in St. Lukes London, occupation - Miners Fitter. Mary ?Ann Gill, 30 years, born in St. Lukes London Agnes H. Gill, 3 years William J. Gill, 5 yearts Mary Ann Gill, 8 years They were living at 12 Ironmonger Road, St Lukes, London William Gill and Mary Ann Gallacher married in Bethnal Green in the June quarter of 1872


 
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