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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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red mail French
Trying to find more out about Joseph French, born in Bromley about 1811. Died in Whitechapel in 1855. He was a farrier. What was Bromley like in 1855.
red mail Hardie
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red mail GOULD Family In Bromley 1901
I am researching my Gould ancestors from Bromley by Bow in Middlesex. William Henry Gould(b.1878) - my grandfather - married Florence Lane from Braunton, Devon and moved to Braunton. His brothers and sisters were: Charles (b.1883); Tom(b.1891); Robert(b. 1887); Maude(b.1882)- Maude married John Barton 2nd April 1906 in Poplar; Minnie(b.1884) - what happened to them? Was there a Trixie? Tom had a pub by the river Thames - which pub? If anyone can help and maybe has photos I would be pleased to hear from you.
red mail Taylor 1901
Looking for Taylor's in Bromley 1901. I have Taylor living in Empson Street. Conecting names Morris, Osborn, Crowley, Symes, Read, Cates. Berry
red mail DREW' and ELLIOT OF BROMLEY
Looking for any info on the DREW family. TIMOTHY DREW b. 1819 IRELAND married 1848 POPLAR to MARY ELLIOT b.1823 WHITELY YORKSHIRE. They had a whole generation of DREW's whilst living in BROMLEY. Would be grateful for any info. Many thanks. Lynne
red mail Hall/ Wiles/Buzar/Diss/Taylor/Chuffer
Looking for any Hall's or Wiles that can fit a George Hall b.1826 born 'Bromley' married a Jane Wiles b 1832 born 'Bow' In 1881 Census were living at 91 Donald Street, also other road known, Charles Street(1869) Children were Martha Hall(1862 bornStepney) John W Hall, Mary Ann Hall, James Hall(b.1869). I do believe there were othwer members to this family Further generation names to this line are Buzar,Diss,Taylor, Chuffer I am at a dead end with this line.And really would like to complete the family tree. Look forward to hearing from anyone who has any of these names in their tree. Thank you for looking Jenny
red mail Hardy/bracket/brooks
THOMAS HARDY and JANE BRACKET (father Edward Bracket) were married 1862 Shoreditch. Children Thomas (1865 Bromley, mdx.) Emma (1867 Limehouse). Jane Hardy when widowed married Timothy Taylor Mariner 1874 Stepney. 1881 were living at Abbott Rd. Bromley. EMMA HARDY married THOMAS BROOKS June 1891, Woolwich, London. Children Robert Brooks(by) Samuel Thomas Brooks(by)(1894 bromley) and Archibald Brooks(by). Emma Hardy widow married Patrick O'Shea, Emma died 1953 Harold Wood Hospital.
red mail Silcocks
SILCOCKS. Edward Aaron 1876 St. George East, Jessie 1879 Bromley Mdx, Henry John 1881 Bromley, Rosina Louisa 1883 Bromley, Thomas 1888 Bromley, Annetta Mabel 1889 Bromley, Lily 1892 Bromley, Florence 1893 Wandsworth. Children of Aaron SILCOCKS 1854Whitechapel and Elizabeth CHAPLIN 1850 St. George East.
red mail Stephenson
My husband's Grandmother was Edith Rebecca Stephenson, who married Henry Joseph CLEAR in 1908. She claimed to be the youngest, and only girl, in a family of 13 AND that she was descended from George Stephenson of 'The Rocket' Are there any other members of her family out there, please ? Are you connected to Donovan Stephenson b.c.1898 in Dalston, or Percival b.c.1885 or Reuben b.c.1888 in Poplar, or William b.c. 1894 or Stanley b.c.1899 in Plaistow, or Harry b.c. 1898 in Poplar ?
red mail PUXLEY marr CANNON Bromley Poplar
John Peter Fincham PUXLEY marr Eliza Ellen CANNON. Lived in Poplar Bromley area mid to late 1800's. At least 3 children incl Henry Edgar PUXLEY who later moved to Australia

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