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red mail CHURCH FAMILY 1850-1860
Would like to hear from anyone with info on Stephen Church (Farmer) or his son Philip Church (Vetinary Surgeon) who was residing here during this time.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Francis Family
Would like any contact with decendants of the Francis Family of William and Susanna who lived in Bishops Stortford and ran a drapers shop. The were here 1796-1825 as far as I know. One of their daughters Mary 1807 married my Gt.Gt. Grandfather Daniel Alger in 1837 at Great Canfield.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Phyllis Mary Taylor born 1887
Phyllis was the only child of Louisa S Taylor, my great Aunt. It appears she married a Philip John Rust b1882 in 1910 at Bishops Stortford, they had one child a Richard J S Rust in 1914. This RAF Officer appears to have married a Miriam Jean Stewart in 1940, they had one child a Michael John Rust b1941 Bishop's Stortford. Mother (now remarried Burk) and child both sailed for New York in 1946. Can anyone confirm or tell me about these people? Thanks Tim Edwards.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2020
red mail PHYLLIS PACKHAM / FRANK VASEY
PHYLLIS MARRIED FRANK VASEY IN 1935 AND LATER WERE EMPLOYED IN PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INSTITUTIONS IN CHIPPING SODBURY AND WESTBURY ON SEVERN AND HARROGATE. AFTER BEING WIDOWED PHYLLIS RETURNED TO BISHOPS STORTFORD TILL HER DEATH IN 1993/4 APPROX. ANY INFO ON THEM BOTH WOULD BE MOST APPRCIATED
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Rosa Anna Searle
Updated - I am looking for Rosa Anna Searle's parents - later census entries give her birth as about 1832 in Bishops Stortford. She is working in Harlow in 1851. She appears later as Rosina or Rosana Searle, and married John Trimmer (of Harlow) in West Ham in 1856. There are several Searle families in the town at that time but she does not seem to appear in Bishops Stortford in 1841, so maybe staying with grandparents elsewhere or called something similar. Any help would be much appreciated.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Millers - bargees and others
The Miller family had strong links with the building and operation of barges on the canal during the 19th century. It also seems that THOMAS MILLER emigrated to the USA in 1635 and started one of the early settler families in New England. Am looking for photos of hairy old bargees on the River Lea and any family info.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Bonney
I'm looking for info on the parents of my 2 x Great Grandfather Richard Bonney. Born 1825 in Bishop's Stortford. Married Hannah Scott of Newcastle on Tyne and died in 1882 in Chester-Le-Street, Durham.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Morrell
I am looking for information relating to the MORRELL family. Gertrude MORRELL married Thamas CHAPMAN in the town in 1746. She then moved to Ashdon, Essex, but appears to have moved back to Bishops Stortford before her death in 1793.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Sheila M. Mitchell (nee Bardwe)
I am looking for my first cousin Sheila Mitchell (nee Bardwell b. 1937, Romford, Essex) daughter of Arthur and Dorothy Bardwell. Would be grateful for any help. Many thanks, Marion
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Elson, Elizabeth F.
Living and working as a dressmaker at Potters St. owned by Robert Lock in 1881. she was the daughter of Thomas William Elson & Sarah Badcock she was born 1855 in Exmouth Devon.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2016

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