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red mail Simpson / Schammell / Ellewell family circa 1700 - 1870 Battersea, Telbury, St Dave
Does anyone have any idea of Walter and Sarah Simpson, who had 2 children; one of which (Walter Jrn) was sent to Tasmania for stealing bread when he was about 17. I know someone asked this some years back, but I can't find any responses. It would be very much appreciated so that I can continue with my family tree. Also the Schammells (from Telbury app 1750 on-wards, or before) x Ellewell family from about the same time periods (St Dave, Silver Street, UK). Thanks
Posted: 2016
red mail Richards Bootmakers and Shoe repairs
I believe that three generations of my family lived and worked as bootmakers and shoe repairers based at 32 Queens Road Battersea from the late 1800's until around 1932/1933. I have discovered that at some point after 1933 it was renamed Queenstown Road- it was a reasonably sized shop with two windows, centre door and the name RICHARDS over the front. It wasa as far as I know started by my Great Grandfather William RICHARDS who was a bootmaker and leather worker, it passed to his Son Walter Cornelius RICHARDS who continued the business until he died suddenly around 1932. My father, George Edward RICHARDS attempted to continue the business but lacked the leatherworking skills and with the competition for shoe repair by chain stores the business closed after a short period. In the 1911 census three generations are living there though my father was not born until 1912 - ao there must have been substantial living accommodation above the shop. So far I have been unable to discover anything about the business or find any contemporary photographs of the area around 32 Queens road. If anyone can help me trace more information about the shop, whether it was owned or leased etc and the dates it opened and closed it would really help my family research
Posted: 2016
red mail Driver and Byatt Family, Wayland Rd
I looking for any person who have any kind of information on the Driver and Byatt family and any kind of information on Wayland Road Many thanks....
Posted: 2016
red mail Simpsons of Battersea
Walter and Sarah Simpson had 2 children, a son Walter born 1801 and a daughter Sarah born 1810, both baptised at St.Mary's Battersea. Seeking information on where the family came from, where they lived and the occupation of Walter senior
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Meachem: Bolt; Lane
Any information on Herbert Meachem b1894 or his father Henry b 1870 Stockwell,last found living together in Battersea according to 1901 census. Mother/wife, Louisa Jane Meachem (nee Lane)remarried William Bolt(b.1855)in 1915 & died 1922 Wandsworth.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Farren family
searching for any Farrens in the Battersea area from the early 1800s
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Keeper Of Records
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 Thomas Astle was born 22nd December 1735 and died at Battersea Rise London, 1st December 1803. An English paleographer and antiquary, he was appointed keeper of the records in the Tower of London in 1783. Hewrote - The Origin and Progress of Writing - 1784
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Ada Hart nee Lloyd
Ada was born in 1874 and lived in 19,Soudan Road with husband William Hart.Can anyone tell me where and When she died,I think it could have been around 1935. Ad had sisters ,Louise,Emily and Edith. Father was Benjamin Lloyd.
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red mail Bailey family
Looking for knowledge of Bailey family at 128 battersea high street, tobacconist shop from about 1911 till end of WW11. George and Beatrice Bailey nee Knight ,in Battersea until 1993.

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