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Bromley (by Bow) Middlesex
This is Bromley in the East End of London (postocde E3), often called Bromley-by-Bow, and not the Bromley in the traditional county of Kent. Just to confuse everybody Bromley, Kent (postcode BR3) is now officia... more
 
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WOLF
ROBERT WOLF 1808,LIVED IN BROMLEY AS ADULT, JOINED CHRISTOPHER GEROCK THE WELL KNOWN FLUTE MAKER TO FORM GEROCK & WOLF.MARRIED SABINA GEROCK. WOULD LIKE TO FIND HIS PARENTS, THANKS VITA.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
red mail SHAW
Bromley, Bethnal Green, Mile End, Islington, etc. Any information please on Helen May SHAW. Born 1862 in Clerkenwell / Islington of father Robert Noble SHAW, painter & decorator (b. Scotland 1836) and Caroline TAYLOR (b 1838, Bromley, Middlesex). Siblings were: Margaret M (1857) dressmaker, James Robert (1858) Plasterer, married BOARDMAN, Maude Amelia (1860) m. SMITH, Robert J (1865), Charles Stenhouse (1869), Lewis H (1871) and Frederick L (1880). Helen May married Alfred LANE in Bethnal Green in 1895. They lived at Ashcroft Rd, Mile End, before moving to Hove Avenue, Walthamstow about 1908/9? Alfred died 1918, Helen died 1942 at Whipps Cross Hospital.
Posted: 2004, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
red mail Farnham Flower
My ancestor Farnham Flower was a lighterman, licensed victualler of the Kings Arms, Bromley, and a contractor. He lived 1795 - 1875, he married twice, to Ann Season, then to Elizabeth Ann Unknown (previous husband Smith). Would be very pleased to contact any descendants.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Tilley
seeking anyone with a connection to Elizabeth Tilley, born 1835
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2019
red mail George Baker burial
My gggrandfather , Thomas David Harris, who was married to Elizabeth Baker, had a listing in his bible re George Baker who died in 1875 at Bow, Poplar, Middlesex, and was buried in Plaistowe. Presumably Newham! George Baker lived at 3 Devon Road, Bromley, District of Poplar and his eldest son George lived at 256 Devons Road, Bromley. I can't find any records of his burial in Newham cemeteries. Can anyone help me to verify his death and burial. Thanks, Bob
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Hollington, Hinkin, Furness, Butterfield
Trying to find parents of James Hollington, born Bromley by Bow in 1827. He married Jane ??? from Hurst, Berkshire (born 1831) and they moved to Mile End New Town in 1859/1860. James Hollington had sisters Elizabeth (b:1835) and Jane (b:1832).His wife Jane ??? died 30 August 1862 and James then married Ann Butterfield born 1833 in Chesham, Bucks, a widow, in Marylebone late 1877.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Hazle, Hazel, Hazell
I am searching for information about William George Hazel (or Hazle or Hazell) born in Bromley c1839. He married Martha Esther Hudson at Bethnal Green in 1867. Their son Charles Joseph Hazell was my grandfather.
red mail John Linn, Bootmaker
My great grandfather is shown as a bootmaker of Bromley on my grandmother Grace LONGLEY nee LINN's marriage certificate in 1904. I can find no trace of him other than this. His wife is Sarah nee SPARROW. I have a family photograph marked 'William LINN' so this may be a brother.
red mail Purtons of Bromley
James Purton born 1850 in Bow married Jane born Lambeth. They lived at Hancock Road, Bromley in 1881 and had children::-- all at Bromley, 1)William Purton 1870, 2)Sarah Purton 1871 3)James Frederick Purton 1875 4)George Purton 1878 5)Charles Purton 1880 (Lived with brother James and sister ELizabeth in 1901 Census), 6) Elizabeth Purton 1890. James Frederick Purton married Agnes Mary Eve, daughter of James Robert Eve and Mary Ann Vale
red mail French
Joseph French was a carpenter.

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