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red mail Webber Family
I am looking for any information about Maud Webber, born in Speke Road Battersea in 1885. Her parents were William Webber and Susannah Green. Some tragedy befell the family and Maud became a "nurse child", where she next appears on the 1891 census in Suffolk. Any information much appreciated.
Posted: 2017
red mail Battersea/ Burial
Could anyone suggest where my Gt Gt Granmother Hannah Peters was buried in 1883, Hannah died in St Thomas' Hospital ( Lambeth) her baby boy Arthur Edward Peters was christened At St George The Martyr Battersea Wandsworth but he died a few days later. I have already tried Wandsworth & Lambeth Cemeteries.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Woodward/Bailey
Need info on Elizabeth Ann Woodward 1855-1879 who married William Albert Bailey 1856-1909.Elizabeth's parents were Thomas Woodward & Mary Goodger. According to the 1881 census Elizabeth's daughter Edith was living with her grandmother Mary & uncles James 1847 & John 1853 & aunts Sarah 1852 & Emma 1859 until her father's second marriage in Dec 1881.Would like any info on the Woodward side of the family.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Wing/Bryant/Vernon/Mason Families
Any info re the above family names in the Battersea area c.1950's and earlier. Ellen Vernon ran a corner shop in Bramwell St. Alice Wing ran a sweet shop in Braeburn avenue. Vernons came from Chelsea. Wings from Southwark. Bryants from Ireland. Any info, memories will be welcome. Thanks.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Walter Benjamin Yates
born 1885, mother Annie wid on the 1891 census, with a daugh Emma 4, and a son Henry 8, sadly do not know the fathers name any links with this family, would love to hear from you, or anyone who can help me find out more abou this family many thanks
Posted: 2010, Contact email reconfirmed: 2017
red mail NORRIS-SALMON
Can any one help I am looking for details about PERCY CHARLES NORRIS who married DAISY SALMON in the early 1900. Also the Salmon sisters, May, Violet, Beatrice and their bother charles. Thanks
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2017
red mail BIRD
Seeking info on ancestors and descendants of Henry Bird, b about 1837 Clerkenwell, m Hannah Green 7 May 1866 at St John's Waterloo, d 10 Dec 1879 at 8 Gaines Cottages, Sheepcot Lane Battersea. Their children were: Reuben Samuel b 1867 Battersea, Henry John b 1868 Westminster m Margaret Alice Heelis, William b 1870 Westminster, Jane Emily b 1875 Wandsworth m Vincent Gifford, Frederick Charles b 1877 Wandsworth m Kate Wilton, Joseph Martin b 1879 Wandsworth.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2017
red mail WEST
John West b.1820. Battersea Fields. Son of Edward West & Elizabeth WISE. John West arrived in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 1849 on COURIER. He was listed as a labourer. He died 1907 and is buried at Alberton, Victoria, Australia. Other issue for Edward West & Elizabeth Wise-Elizabeth,George,Mary Hazard,James,Edward. Edward West married Elizabeth Wise 1819 Saint Martin in the Fields.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Bartram family
Looking for information on James & Emily Bartram living in Battersea (Ingrave Street) from 1891-1929 at least. They had the following children:- Emily (b. 1887) Harry (b. 1889) John (b. 1891) my Grandfather, Lizzie (b. 1893) and Jessie (b. 1897). Emily & Harry were born in Islington and all the others in Battersea.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Easter family
Looking for any information on the Easter family from Battersea.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2017

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