CuriousFox logo
Village, Town or County  
 
 
Browse Entries
Home
Help



Royal Leamington Spa Warwickshire
 
Store this place
 
Old Map of Royal Leamington Spa
Street Map of Royal Leamington Spa
 
Places within
1-52 of 52

Entries around

red mail Andrew Mackie Reid & Emmie Green
Hi, my ancestors - Andrew Mackie Reid & his wife Emmie Green - lived and died in Leamington Spa. They lived at 4 Hewitt's Building on Oxford Row. Emmie died in 1954, and Andrew died in 1966. Andrew was a Scotsman, from Camelon. Their daughter, Sheila M Reid, was born in 1928 and married Joseph Brind. They stayed in the area - maybe Warwick - and had 3 daughters; Janice Brind b. 1950, Carole Brind b. 1955 & Margaret Brind in 1967. I believe these three women are all still alive. Any information on any members of the Reid, Green, or Brind families would be wonderful. I am in Australia. Thank you for reading. Marianne
red mail Leamington Gardens
When Thomas Rossiter Parsons died in Australia, his obituary said he was the son of the late John Parsons of Leamington Gardens. I have not been able to find any specific reference to Leamington Gardens and wondered of it is an old area no longer in existence. Can anyone help, please?
red mail Parsons Family
My great-grandfather John Parsons (married to Elizabeth Harvey of West Firle) lived in Warwick and Leamington Spa. He had a son ( my grandfather) John William (born in West Firle) and a son Thomas Rossiter Parsons, both of whom migrated to Australia. As the name John Parsons is common and confusing, I would be grateful to hear from anyone with a connection to, or knowledge of, this family.
red mail Graham/Bedford
Hi there, Im in NZ and would love a photo of my great-great-grandparents graves. His name is John Graham, and he died in 1874. John is buried at the Brunswick Street cemetery, Leamington Spa, Warwick, section 31, grave No. 39. Buried 22 October 1874. His headstone reads: (In) Remembrance of John Graham, died October 18, 1874 aged 52 years, His life was all anxiety for others, his end was peace . Also his wife's gravestone : Catharine (nee Bedford) is buried in the Brunswick St burial ground at Leamington Spa, widow of John Graham, section 74, grave 56 in consecrated ground, interred 30 January 1890. I don't know what is written on hers. Any other Graham's in there??? Thanks
red mail Collins, Gertrude Annie
I am looking for the death of my Maternal G, Mother, Gertrude Annie Collins nee Mann born 1879 in Southam, she was alive on the 1911 census, married to William Henry Collins in 1900 in Leamington Spa. I cannot access records directly, as I live in Australia, I have checked all avenues on the net, with no luck. Any help would be appreciated
red mail William Clarke born April 1921, Leamington Spa
I'm looking for any info on William Clarke. His parents were William Clarke (died March 1921 in Leicester) born 1876 Elkington, Northants, and Edith Louisa (nee Wincote) born Long Itchington, Warks. Would like to know if William (jnr) married and had children, potential relatives! Family links with Leicestershire, Warwickshire, Northants.
Joseph and Emily COMPTON
1901 census living 37 Rushmore St. Emily nee Powell, born Chesterton, Warwickshire. Joseph from Leamington area. Both aged 27 at time of census. Looking for any links to John Jamieson b. 1916 who was living with them in 1939 in Cross Road, Coventry at the time of his marriage to Norah Moran. Emily is a witness to the marriage along with Norah's aunt Lina Moran.
red mail JANE MARRIOTT
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER OF SAME NAME their business licensed victualer and livery stables Coach and Horses in Leamington shown 1871 census. Have found the elder Jane on 1881 census elsewhere but no trace of her children anywhere. Also concerned with the KOPP family living in Leamington area in 1870/75
red mail Newton Plomer FOWELL
Lived Russell Terrace, Leamington Spa, Married to Evelyn Louisa Frances Keays. Died approx. 1935
red mail Leamington Priors (spa) Blackwells/Baileys
My gt gt grandmother Mary Ann Thompson(1855-1914 in Meole Brace Shrewsbury ) was married to Arthur J blackwell (1858-1910 born Leamington Warwick) and lived in Leamington children: Arthur 1876 - 1881 born at Birkdale Southport Lancashire Ellen 1878- 1928 born at Leamington Warwick (my gt g.mother) Frederick 1881- born at Leamington Warwick Rose 1883 born at Leamington Warwick Elizabeth Ann (born at Crompton Rd) 4 jan 1891-1975 Elizabeth Ann was in the workhouse as a baby with Mary Ann her mother. (1881- 1910 census read so) Arthur then takes up with Annie Elizabeth Bailey 1874 - 1963 he has more children with this lady all born in Leamington i cant find any record of a marriage taken place Nancy 1897-1992 Fanny 1899-1976 Arthur 1901- Ruth 1905-1985 Arthur (1858) commits suicide in Dec 1910 and Annie goes on to have another child gilbert 1912 the name Blackwell and Bailey is mixed up on different certificates to the children born to Annie Elizabeth Bailey which gets a tad confusing she keeps referring to different names. Arthur (1858) died in the Warwick/Napton canal (1910)recorded as suicide Mary Ann (1854) died in the warwick/Napton canal (1914) recorded as drowned. If anyone is descendants from any of the above names id really appreciate it if you would make contact. Thanks
red mail Leamington (Priors) Spa
Timms: Charles Henry Timms & Kate Elizabeth Newman + Dau. Margaret(Maggie)Jane bn.1884 Park St? Printer St? Regent St? Leamington Priors.Maggie is my grdmother. The only appearence of such a family is on the 1881 census & as Maggie was bn. 1884 I cannot prove she belongs to it. Maggie married Henry Hunt Lowe 1907 and the marriage cert. shows Charles Henry Timms as deceased. If anyone can help start fill the gaps I would like to hear from you.
red mail Lucas, Peasnall
Hi I'm looking to connect with any decendents of Edward Luckman Lucas 1821C - 1897 and Catherine nee Peasnall 1817 - 1866. I have all the records from all the availabe census and a copy of their marriage certificate in 1845. I'm hoping that someone will be able to help me to go further back with the Lucas family as this is my main paternal line. My G Grandfather was their son Thomas 1852-1921, and my Grandfather, his son, was Edward Briggs Lucas born in Lytham Lancashire in 1889. In about 1913 he left the UK for South Africa and from there went to what was then Rhodesia now Zimbabwe.Thanks
red mail Marchant / Merchant / Attwood
Hia, my family originated from Leamington and Warwickshire areas, and I wonder if anyone can help. Frederick Harry Thomas b.1878 owned a cake shop at 1 earl street leamington, he had siblings too, there mother was Susannah b. 1848 and I think she came from Westcott, Gloucs area......I still have family in the area and wondered if anybody knew anything, I relly would appreciate any help at all. Many kind regards Michelle :)
red mail Charles Davis
I am looking for decendants of Charles Davis who lived in Leamington Spa in the last century and originated from Oaksey Wilts. My connection with him is his parents were my great grand parents. I cannot find out much information about them from my close relations so I am looking further afield for info.
red mail Henry (Harry) Waine
I am trying to trace details of my husband's grandfather Henry (also known as Harry) Waine who was born circa 1848 in Leamington. He later moved to Liverpool and is listed in the 1881 Census as a painter and decorator (and in later Census searches as a Plumber). I cannot find trace in the 1851, 1861 or 1871 Census. Does anyone have any information about the Waine family in the early-mid 1800's living in Leamington?
Boucher and Adams family
I am eager to hear from anyone with these names in their trees. In particular, I am very keen to track down descendants of Nellie (or Ellen) Boucher, born in 1884. She was my great grandmothers sister and I know she moved away from the Leamington Spa area (where she was born) and eventually settled in Hoddeston in Hertfordshire. I also know she raised a family there. I don't know her married name or where she got married as there are several possible candidates on the marriage registration lists.
red mail Kite/Kyte, Leamington and Dorsington.
Im very interested in Charles Kite and his wife Phoebe Cattle. They lived in the Leamington area from at least 1844 and were probably Roman Catholic.
red mail Holmes family
Emma Holmes born 1881 in Leamington, to William and Annie. (William was originally from Northants). In 1891 they lived at 68 Leam Terrace. Emily married William Compton in 1901 and lived on Tachbrook St, near her husbands family. Does anyone else share this ancestry?
red mail Smith Family
Information sought regarding the Smith family who were living at at an address in Aylesford Street, Leamington in 1911. Beatrice Eliza Smith (mother), Henrietta Smith (daughter), Sidney H Smith, Geoffrey G Smith, Ernest Victor Smith (sons).
red mail white family.
I am looking for any relatives of james white,my grandfather born about 1873 in leamington warwick,he married a lucy (no surname)and they eventually moved to bradford,yorkshire.I do not know anything about james but my mother edith gertrude white (smith)died in 1994.
red mail Pub owner and tailor of Leamington Spa
Looking for information on Charles Henry Sprenger or the two public houses he ran - in 1871 The Eagle Tavern, 4 Althorpe St, Leamington; in 1881 10 Tavistock St 'Gold Cup'. Also his brother, Ludwig, who was a tailor who lived in Oxford St, Leamington (1871)
red mail Hewett's/Hewitts Buildings
Can any one help me? My parents used to live in Leamington Spa between 1955-1957 when my father was stationed at RAF Gaydon. They lived in a small cottage called Hewetts/Hewiits Buildings. These were small cottages that (I think) were behind the main parade. They were pulled down not long after my parents left Leamington. Has anyone got any photos of these cottages,as I would love to see where my parents lived.
red mail Shotton & Cockerill Families
Searching for family, information & photos. William Shotton (1832 Shifford, Shrop) married Mary Ann Cockerill (1838 Leam Priors) in the Parish of St. Thomas Portman Square, Mdx 1860. He worked as an iron moulder at Flavel’s Foundry. His parents were Richard Shotton (1793 Sheriff Hales, Shrop) & Mary Jenks (1799 Lilleshall, shrop) Children: Charlotte, Frances Fanny, Richard, Emma, William, Mary Ann & Ellen. William (1872) went on to marry Louisa Naden (1871 Aston, War) in Birmingham 1897. William died in London where they lived in 1930 at a young age & I don’t know what became of his wife Louisa Shotton?? Their children: William H. (1899 Birmh), Albert Edward (Lambeth), Edith M (Wandsworth), Horace Walter (Greenwich). Family names: Shotton, Cockerill, Naden/in, Jenks, Gibbs.
red mail KING, HOWARD
Wm King B C1820 Ipsley.Worked Leamington Priors as Gardner 1851-1891.Wife Mary Ann Howard. Both working at Warnford Hospital in 1841.Children Wm, Thomas,Annie Elizabeth, Charles Henry, George & Frank.Desperately seeking Williams parents
Ruben Owen
Ruben Owen b c 1879 at Warwick, son of Robert/Mary Owen - see Warwickshire county, Warwick village for more details of family. I recall as a child my Aunt Maud would visit her Uncle Ruben in Leamington Spa. This would be late 30's to 40's. Any information would be most appreciated.
Cameron - Leamington Priors
Am researching Cameron ancestors and would like more information on the Warwickshire family. 1901 census has James b. 1831, Scotland, Army Pensioner, Ada b. 1854 Edinburgh (his sister?), on own means, Elizabeth b. 1859 Aldershot (his wife?), Robert b. Leamington 1892, May b. 1899 Leamington. They are all listed as living in Leamington Priors (I haven't been able to see the actual census info). Also listed is another Robert Cameron b. 1892 in London, but living in Alcester, Warwickshire, with no other Camerons shown living here, so perhaps this is a school? I am trying to find a Robert Cameron who died in WW1 who came from a Catholic family background. Any help grateful received.
Talbot - Leamington Spa
I'm seeking information about Albert J Talbot, last living 52 Highland Road with Alice ---?. Albert died 1956 and checking his death cert. he was a retired captain in King's Shropshire Light Infantry. I think he and Alice married in India (Cobala, Mumbai?) in 1909 and had a son born there, Alan, that same year.
red mail Halford
Henry, born 1825 in Whitechapel, London, married Susannah Daniels in Leamington, 1845. They had children James, Henry, George, John, Susannah, Albert, Caroline, Polly, Thomas, Alfred, Ellen. Any information about this family will be much appreciated.
red mail Halford
Henry Halford, born 1825 in Whitechapel, married Susannah Daniels in 1845 in Warwick St Mary. The 1881 Census records Henry and several sons and daughters living at 18 Windsor Place, Leamington. Any information about Henry, Susannah and family will be much appreciated.
red mail COTTERILL, Mary Jane
I'm looking for any information on Mary Jane Cotterill, born about 1876 in Leamington. She was married to William Ernest FLEMING in 1900.
red mail Elizabeth Field
Looking for anyone who has information on my grandmother, Elizabeth Field, who was brought up 'in service' around Leamington Spa in the early 1900's. She was one of 17 children it is believed & an orphan. She married my grandfather Samuel Manley of Longford around 1920.
Bedford
Looking for info on Charles Bedford, brewer. His daughter Catharine (b. abt 1825 supposedly in Leamington) married John Graham in 1844 and she lived in Bowling Green St, Warwick at the time. I'm trying to find her birth and mother's name.
red mail percival
looking for info on dorothy percival born 1890 in old town leamington spa married william wilson from gwenap cornwall in 1910 had 2 sons percival& stanley & 3 daughters florence gladys&iris followed tree to 1810 then brick wall
red mail Mary Dawkes (nee Goodliffe)
Brick wall time, does anybody have any info on Mary between 1864-68. married 1862 to Thomas Dawkes, St Marys Leamington,but disappears in 1868 when he marries again to Annie Horwood.
red mail Ada May Lawrence
Ada had an illegitimate child in 1913 Helena Rhodes Lawrence. Ada was a domestic servant and her address is given as 5 Tachbrook Road but doesn't seem to be native to Leamington as I can't find her there or in Warwick in the 1901 census. There are some Lawrences in the area but no definite links so far. Any information gratefully received. Helena was adopted by the Butler family and there are links to Scarborough I think.
red mail Lander
I am looking for any info on Louisa Lander and family living at 51 Lillington Rd in 1949
red mail Elizabeth Hilton & John Stiles
Looking for info on Elizabeth Hilton b. abt. 1798 Foleshill and her husband John Stiles b. abt. 1798 Leamington. They had the following children born in Leamington: Elizabeth b. 1823 (m. (1) William Jordon & (2) Henry Bromwich); Lucy b. 1826 (m. Robert Tew); Maria b. 1828 (m. George Bayliss); Harriot b. 1834; Emily b. 1836; George b. abt. 1840 (m. Eliza Hart).
red mail John Hickman
Seeking information on John Hickman, a shoemaker with a shop in Brook Street, Leamington Spa in 1930.He was then aged about 40.
red mail Hervey & Pratt Leamington area
Hervey & Pratt Royal Leamington Spa Does anyone have a link with the Hervey or Pratt Family living within the Warwickshire area the names linked somehow through marriage may have been a second marriage Some names i have, Walter Gilbert Pratt, Earnest William Pratt,and Arthur Pratt All three served in the 1914-1918 war. I believe they were all brothers although one of them may have been a half brother. Maybe where the name HERVEY comes in could have been their mother was married twice? Family name was pratt but grandmother was always called grandma Hervey??? so maybe first husband died was this her maiden name???. Any info welcome Thanks :-)
red mail Jarvis of Leamington 1822
I am trying to find information about my g,g,g,g, grandarents William Jarvis who married a lady called Sarah.William was born in 1822 and Sarah in 1821.They had 8 children ( John 1842, William 1845,Henry 1848, Thomas 1850, Joseph 1852, Hannah 1854, Elizabeth 1857, Emma 1861)they lived in the St Matthews district of Leamington in 1861.If anyone has any links to these please let me know.
Leamington St Marys Warwick
My g g grandfather John Graham married at St Mary's Warwick to Catharine Bedford on 3 Sept 1844. All I can find on the census' is that he was born in 'Scotland'about 1822. John Graham was a tailor, he died in October 1874 from chronic hepatitus. But still not much more info than his father's name is William Graham and he was a seaman. John and Catharine had six children: Lillia b.christened 28 March warwick William b. 1848 Leamington (married Emma Fox 1874) died early 1900s Enfield.He and his sons William John and Sidney Charles were famous in Enfield for their bikes, sidecar patent, and later taxi cabs. James (Jim) b. 1850? died Essex aged 85 John b. 1853? Leamington Warwick died March 1916 NZ. Martha/Mary christened 10 Dec 1854 Warwick Andrew b. 1855? also went to NZ, married Polly? in UK. As most children are born in Warwick there must be some trace of them there, I am really stuck at the scottish connection of John Grahams scottish birthplace, his mothers name, and his birthdate.
red mail Hortin, Illingworth, Nash
Seeking information about my gt gt g'mother JANE HORTIN born Kenilworth St Leamington, Warwick 19 Dec 1845, d 14 July 1916. Her parents were Thomas HORTIN and Charlotte NASH. She married my gt gt grandfather Robert Kershaw ILLINGWORTH and they were living in Vine Lane, Warwick St Nicholas, at the 1881 Census. They returned to Robert's hometown of Stalybridge, Ches. to run his father's ropeworks and can be found there at Caroline Street in the 1901 Census. I have details of the Stalybridge Illingworths to share but limited information on Jane's family and origins. Rodger
red mail Bryson Girls
I am trying to locate, one or all of the Bryson girls, i don't know there married names, but there given names are Susan, Jane and sheila, there parents had a fish and chip shop in Leamington Spa, i belive one of the daughters went to South Africa, the last contact was about 1973, before i came to live in Australia, my name is Terry
red mail Mr. Harding, mayor of Leamington
I have a carte-de-visite size photo, maybe from 1875-1885, and the label is 'Mr. Harding, Mayor of Leamington". I found a census record of William F. Harding, who was a land owner and Justice of the peace and retired from the Royal Navy (1881 census). He had a son Arthur H Harding which is significant because the Wood family who own the album named one son 'Arthur Harding Wood'. I would be interested to hear about any mayor of Leamington called Mr. Harding, probably before 1886 when the Wood family departed for Australia.
Vincent Family
Hi there from N.Z. I'm researching my Vincent family who were born in Leamington Spa, and Wolston area from 1827. James chr 31.10.1827 Mill street Calvinistic Methodist Church, Leamington. (He migrated to N.Z. 1855 with a wife and three children). Ann Vincent chr. 30.9.1832 Wolston. I know nothing of her. Daniel Stephen Vincent chr. 2.9.1833 Wolston; eventually married and lived in Kingswinford, Staffordshire; George William Vincent chr. 5.2.1830, Wolston. He married Sarah xxx and lived in Brighton, Sussex; Henry Charles Vincent chr. 3.9.1826 Leamington Priors, he married Mary Ann Alder 3.10.1853 Christ Church, Ealing, London. believe he was widowed, then married a second time. The parents of above were:-Charles Vincent b. abt. 1806 where? he married 26.3.1826 to Elizabeth Winter b. abt.1806 (?), married at holy Trinity, Coventry. Any help whatsoever, greatly appreciated. Thankyou, Marie
george oughton
trying to find information on a George oughton, born in 1819. All I know is that he was married to a Margaret. He was in the 72nd highland regiment and had 2 sons, Robert born in Gibraltar and Thomas born in Tobago. As far as I know they all lived in the Leamington/Warwick area. Any information on the Oughton family would be greatly appreciated
kite
John Kite and Mary nee Freeman. Looking for information pre 1850
red mail Orsborn, Pratt, Walton, Wilkins
Hi I am trying to piece together our family tree.Do you know anything on any of the above names associated with Leamington, Banbury, or Southam,The Orsborn Family were Master Carpenters Undertakers, Removers, and i believed did own a number of premises within Leamingtonin the 1800's Particularly i am trying to trace Sarah Susanna Orsborn Born 1842... Charles J T Orsborn born 1888 who died aged 19 years.......... Edith M Orsborn born 1886 do you know any of these names are they in your family tree somewhere? grateful for any information
red mail Newbery family
My greatgrandfather's family were pork butchers in Leamington. (William Henry) Harry Newbery was born in 1883 He and my greatgrandmother Sarah Ellen moved to Chadlington around about 1910. He had at least one sister who moved to London. He was a saddler in the Royal engineers and was gased in the war but survived. Does anyone know any more about Harry or his family?
red mail MARRIOTT
JANE MARRIOTT born c1850 gave birth to a boy in March 1871. She gave birth and temporarily resided with Annie Spiers in Leamington. After weaning the child and having him baptised in July 1871 jane lodged the child with Annie and returned to her roots. Where?
red mail ADAMS, BRUNNEN
I am trying to trace details of Eric Adams who known to have lived in Leamington about 1940's to his death. He was married and had two children. At some time he worked for his uncle Bert Brunnen who worked/owned a furniture removal company during WW2. Eric's sisters lived in Leek, Staffs and they were all born in Coventry. His parents were Harry/Henry Adams and Minnie Jenkins. Anybody who has details of the Adams or Brunnen families, please contact me. My grandmother was Cissie Irene Adams.
red mail WEBB
Edward Walter WEBB (1810-1851) m.1836 Coventry WAR to Harriet Ada FLAVEL (1817-1850) and lived in Leamington WAR from, at least, 1834-1848. He was an artist of some repute, his most famous painting was "Barnet Horse Fair". Any details regarding him or his work would be greatly appreciated.


 
Surname GeoSearch

Surname
County
Village/Town
Find within
Text of Entries
Surname Keywords
GeoSearch Help

Read & Reply
Change email
Check entries
Upgrade
Renew


To send a message or add an entry... join CuriousFox as a free or paid member. Paid members have entries with green envelopes and all members can send them messages. Entries added by free members have red envelopes and only paid members can contact them.