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red mail Horace John Powell
Born Brompton Abt 1869. Married Nina Harper, my aunt, in Thanet, Kent Abt Jun 1915. She died childless in the early 1920s. He married again and had children. Any information about the remarriage very gratefully received.
James Rice merchant at 61 Kensington Lane.In 1814 he acted as sureties in bonds for persons going to do business with the East Indies Co.
red mail Reeves
I am looking for Arthur Reeves who married Eleanor Gardner. They had 15 kids but only 6 survived, flo, goerge, ernest, ivy charles and pam. I know that they lived around this area. there may have been a robinson reeves within the family.
red mail William and Rhoda Pratt
I am tracing to trace my family tree. My mother's birth mother was named Rhoda Leberman. She was a professional dancer in 1940. She married William Frederick Pratt, a vocalist in 1947. At time of marriage William was 48 years of age and Rhoda 31. They resided at Sinclair Road, West Kensington. William's father was named John Pratt,Rhoda's father was named John Leberman. Both father's were deceased when Rhoda and William married. Any details or information would be very much appreciated.
red mail George, Botwright, Langton, Wilkie
Looking for info on George, Botwright,Langton, Wilkie,Whitney,
red mail Turvey/Plant
Looking for information on the family of William Henry Turvey and Naomi Elizabeth Plant, who lived at 16 Blithfield Street during December 1911, when my grandfather Frank Charles Turvey was born. I know my grandfather was born in Queen Charlottes Hospital on December 7, 1911. I am looking for ANY/ALL information on brothers, sisters, grandparents, families, etc. of these people. Also, I know that William was a coachman (not domestic).
red mail Dyers
Apparently in the 1830-1870 Briggs were dyeing all over London, any information about Briggs or the dyeing profession would be very much appreciated, especially about the dyeing industry.

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