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ETHEL MARGARET FISH
I am researching the BUDD FAMILY,ALBERT BUDD born 1898 in HANWELL MIDDLESEX. I know that he married a ETHEL MARGARET FISH in 1917 but I am not sure whether it is the correct ALBERT BUDD as the marriage details has him down as ALBERT EDWARD BUDD but I have his birth details which states no middle name.I do know that ALBERT BUDD & ETHEL FISH emigrated to the U.S. before WW2.ETHEL lived with her parents SUSAN & WILLIAM FISH at 79 LONDON ROAD STAINES at the time of her marriage.Any info on the above would be great. Margaret
red mail Belson Earl
Can anyone tell me what happened to Annie Belson (born 1895), who married an Albert Earl at Staines Registry Office in February 1916 ( at the time of the marriage Albert was in the 8th Middlsex Regiment). The home address given on marriage certificate was 15 Edgell Road ,Staines, Middlesex. Annie was still living at this address in 1917. Any information will be appreciated. Sylvia
red mail Ada Agnes Starnes (1887-1962)
Looking for relatives of Ada Agnes Starnes who married James Edward Rogers (1890-1934) at Parish Church of St. Paul's, Ealing, Middlesex on 25 Jan 1913. These are my maternal grandparents, and they had three children: Ada Susie Roger (1914-1920). - Betty Rogers (my mother) (1920-1985). - May Rogers (1926-1993). For much of their married life, James and Ada lived at a house on Iver High Street, Buckinghamshire.
red mail William Henry Staines 1784
Looking for information about this family who moved to Staines before 1784. His father was Thomas Staines (1744-1822). I have much information to share about this family but need help with Thomas. Thank you, Deb
red mail Turner
George Turner born circa 1800 In Staines, Middlesex married Maria Robins and they had 4 children: Maria b 1842, Richard, b 1846, John b 1850 and Robert b 1852. Maria Turner married Edwin Coppen (my family name) in 1860 and the family grew and lived in Lambeth. Would love to find more information about George Turner and find Coppen relatives from Lambeth.
Martha SEABROOK
Born 1807 Staines, married John Wood of Great Dunmow. Any information great appreciated
red mail Catherine Hook nee Bradley
Does anyone have any info realting to my Grandmother Catherine Hook her maiden name was Catherine Bradley. Catherine was married to George Hook. We know that Catherine died in Staines hospital around 1942- 1944.
red mail info on staines workhouse records
I am interested in finding a relative who was an inmate and lived in Ashford workhouse. I know she was living there sometime after 1911. Does anyone know where the records are kept,that would have covered Staines workhouse, at Ashford Middx? i would like to know when she lived there, and when she was discharged. Also details of the workhouse itself. i.e when built/ opened and when closed. Her name was Sarah Jane Rist Born,1866 and Died 1938. She was living in Moor Lane, Harmondsworth Middx,about 1911. I would be very grateful for any infomation on this!
red mail Family information sought: Austin/Howard
I am seeking information about Joseph Austin and Mary Ann Esther Howard who married in Staines in 1838. They came to Adelaide, South Australia as free immigrants on the "Thomas Harrison" in 1839. He was a shepherd, and began farming at Reedbeds to the west of Adelaide near the mouth of the Torrens River. They had many children, beginning with Joseph in 1840. I can find no records of their births or parentage though the usual sources. Any help would be much appreciated.
red mail Samuel GEORGE
I am searching for anyone who knows the name Samuel GEORGE - born about 1790. He was a "soldier of London" in 1813 - born in Staines.
red mail Henry Styles.
I am looking for any information about my husbands family, Henry Styles was born in Staines in 1809 and was down in the census as a basketmaker, his son Henry was also a basketmaker, though he later moved to Marylebone. Is this a skill that was handed down in the family? Did they work for a company or was this a cottage industry? Is there anywhere in Staines we could visit to get more information?
red mail William Lawrence
I am looking for information about my great grandfather William Lawrence. He would have been born about 1850; I am not sure where. He married Sarah Jane Porter and they had three children: William (1878), Annie (1880) and Ethel (1883). They lived in Staines where he worked as a butcher. I cannot find any records, so any help would be gratefully received.
red mail The Grave Family
Looking for any information on The Grave Family from Staines. All I have is an Alfred Grave born in Staines 1802 Many thanks
red mail Agnes May Drew
Agnes May Drew was born in 1908 in the Staines area. in 1929 she married Alexander S. Golightly and then had a son Ronald A. Golightly. I believe Ronald married Joyce M. Best in the Ealing area in 1953 and they possibly had 2 daughters. I am interested to hear from anyone connected to any of the above mentioned.
red mail Florence Edith Andrews
I have Florence Edith Andrews as marrying Frederick Thomas Gibbons in Staines in 1901. They had 4 daughters and a son, Fred, Gladys, Mary, Flo and Dorothy, any information about Florence Edith would be welcome.
red mail MASON STAINES MIDDLESEX
MY FATHER ALFRED ALBERT MASON 1919-1992 WAS BORN IN STAINES MIDDLESEX. SEARCHING FOR ANY INFO HIS PARENTS ARE MONTAGUE FITZGERALD MASON (1883-1955 POSS BORN NORTH AMERICA AND NELLIE BARKER. THEY HAD 7 CHILDREN I HAVE BEEN TOLD NELLIE DIED IN EARLY 1900'S BUT HAVE FOUND NO RECORDS THE CHILDREN WHERE RAISED IN CARE ANY INFO ON THE FAMILY WOULD BE GREAT. ALFRED ALBERT MASON WAS MARRIED BEFORE HE MET MY MOTHER ( EMILY CORDELIA WHITEHEAD)HIS FIRST WIFE WAS BESSIE FLITTER THEY HAD 2 CHILDREN A BOY AND A GIRL
red mail William ROBERTS or STAINES
Looking for late grandfather and sisters. We knew him as William ROBERTS, b. abt. 1895 London. We think his father was Charles ROBERTS, electrical engineer (info on marriage certificate). William and sisters Lizzie (Elizabeth)and 1 or 2 others placed in orphanage. Possible their surname was changed by the orphange. Not sure if STAIN(S), STEAN(S)is a place or surname. Can anybody help please.
red mail William Johnston
Looking for William Johnston. Born around 1900, possibly Staines or Egham. Used to manage at David Greigs grocery stores in Maidenhead and possibly Brixton in the 1920s. Father was also William Johnston, Born C1858. Believed to be in the Scots Guards, unable to trace so far. Siblings were Henry (1860-1938), Born in Windsor. Fanny Catherine (1866-1956) Born Stoke Poges and Mary Ann (1863-????) Born, Montreal. No trace of Mary Ann after returning to England. Their Parents were William Johnston (1828-1866) Born Barony, Lanarkshire and Elizabeth Brown (1838-1875) Born Stoke Poges. William Senior was in the Scots Fusilier Guards as was Henry.
red mail Boulter
I am interested in this family from the Staines/Datchet area. My great aunt married Charles Robert Boulter, I'd like to hear from anyone else researching them.
red mail Goodsall
I am looking for my fathers family they lived in Staines in the early 1900 but I belive they came from elswhere possibly Gravesend Does anyone know if there is a conection with the Goodsalls of Gravesend and if so where did they hale from?
red mail Collins - William
I am looking for any information regarding Margaret Weston born 1826 in Beaconsfield, married William Collins(born 1824 in Staines) in Highgate 1842. They then migrated to Australia in1848
red mail Thomas Bedford
Thmas and Jane Bedford are my Great Great Grandparents. They lived in Staines between 1871 - 1901. Thomas was a House Painter.I would like to know if Charles and Mary Bedford were his parents.
red mail Alsop/Spong
anyone have info on marriage or family of Georgina May Spong who married James Alsop in 1914 at Staines Middlesex any help would be appreciated
red mail Ashby of Staines
The Ashby family lived in Staines for many generations. Frederick born 1806 was a banker and brewer. Edmund born 1807 was an ironmonger. Margaret born 1801 married an ironmonger, George Wood of Chelmsford, Essex. Sheldon Dudley Ashby born 1836 was a solicitor. I have a picture of his sister, Miss Bella Ashby. Would like to share with others tracing this family.
red mail MUNDAY/MUNDYDaniel/Matthew
married Emma Wooden, had 12 children,moved to Bristol, around 1900s
red mail Parker family
looking for Parker family lived in Staines about 1809 had a son Benjamin born about that time. He married Mary Ann Norris of Hayes. Any records go back that far in Staines? birth, marriage etc.? thank you
red mail WATERMENS' REGATTA
My GGF Charles Roberts was a founder member of the Egham and Staines, Watermen's Regatta around 1868. He also worked for J. Tims Boatyard. Any information about the Regatta would be appreciated.
THOMAS BEDFORD
Any info regarding Thomas Bedford b. Henley-on-Thames, lived in Staines with wife Jane (Green) and their children. They lived in Edgell road from 1881-1902. Thanks very much
red mail Mason/Flitter
Alfred Albert MASON married Bessie Florence Amy FLITTER 23/3/1932 @ The Catholic Church Gresham Road Staines Middlesex Any info Thanks
red mail Vizer
Prudence Vizer or Visers was baptised in Staines in 1805 dau of William and Frances. The name does not appear elsewhere in Staines, so where did they come from? Any suggestions?
red mail Whelan/Seager
I'm looking for info regarding my great grandmother LOUISA JANE SEAGER (b. 25/6/1860 Hammersmith, d. 26/7/1902, Walton-on-Thames) and her relatives in the Chertsey, Staines, Hammersmith and Waterloo area(s). Her father was WILLIAM SYDNEY SEAGER and she had a sister HARRIETT ELIZABETH SEAGER (b. 27/7/1857) and two brothers (SYDNEY JAMES SEAGER (b.c. 1862) (He married ETHEL ISABEL PECK on 31/3/1888) and WILLIAM H SEAGER (b.c. 1866)). WILLIAM SYDNEY SEAGER was a Tailor in 1888 when the family may have lived at 34 York Road Waterloo (although that may be LOUISA's husband's address - His name was THOMAS WILLIAM WHELAN b.c.1851, Birkenhead). Any help greatly appreciated.
red mail Wilkinson Family
Looking for a Wilkinson Family living in Staines around 1940-? may have Family connection, Sarah Wilkinson wife of Percy died at their house just want to clear up a mystery
red mail Herbert Osborne m Elizabeth Wiltshire, 1899 Staines
Herbert Osborne born c1868 married Elizabeth Selina Wiltshire born c1872 on 20th September 1899 in Staines. The groom’s address was 78 Edgell Road, Staines and the bride’s Guildford Street, Staines. Herbert was described as a manager. Witnesses to the wedding were the bride’s brother and sister, Nellie and Alfred William Wiltshire. According to the 1901 Census it looks as though they were still living in Staines and had a 2 month year old daughter by the name of Doris. Can anyone help with the names of other children or even better is there a descendant of the family out there? Many thanks Kim in Tasmania
THE MAIDMENT FAMILY
ANY INFO ON THE MAIDMENT FAMILY IN STAINES. MY GRANDMOTHER WAS IVY B.1912, SHE HAD TWO SISTERS: KIT & DOLL. ANYONE KNOW WHO THEIR FATHER WAS? THEIR MOTHER WAS CALLED KATE BUT THAT'S ALL I KNOW. IVY MARRIED FREDERICK HARROD, WHEN HE DIED THOMAS MONAGHAN. ANY HELP MUCH APPRECIATED.
CHENEY GOODCHILD
I am looking for anyone connected to the Cheney's from the Staines area Mary Cheney marries a Francis Goodchild in 1830.
BEDFORD
LOOKING FOR ANY INFORMATION ON HENRY CHARLES BEDFORD AND ANNIE MARTHA BEDFORD. THEY OWNED THE DAIRY AT LEACROFT FROM ABOUT 1900 ONWARDS, LATER A DECORATING BUSINESS. ONE OF THEIR SONS WAS FREDERICK HENRY BEDFORD WHO MARRIED BESSIE JAMES IN 1939. ANYHELP MUCH APPRECIATED.
red mail Bavin Family
Looking for information on the family of BENJAMIN BAVIN b. 1854 married to EMMA SEARS. Lived in Staines Middlesex
Emma Gough
Looking for any information on the family of Emma b c.1857 in Staines Midd., m. to unknown GOUGH. Had a daughter Alice Emily b. 1873 who married Frederick Lewis Langridge, from the Isle of Wight. Emma seems to have finished her life on the Island living with her daughter.
red mail Alexander Family
Thomas and Mary Alexander came to Staines in the 1820s. By 1901 there were many branches of the family in Staines, Chertsey and the surrounding towns, though some had moved further afield. Please contact me if you are realated to any of these families to share information for family history.
red mail Staines - Spelthorne Museum
Spelthorne Museum has a useful collection of photos, and information on Staines, and on the Dexter family: Open Wednesdays and Fridays, 2-4 Saturdays 1:30 to 4:30 It is located in the Old Fire Station, Market Square,Staines, TW18 4RH. Honorary Curator is Ralph Parsons admission is free


 
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