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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 Stanley
I have an old family photo of 41 Devas St, a grocers in Bromley. I know my great grandfather lived there when he got married, but know no more about who owned the shop. Anyone with any info about this shop or possible owners William and Sophia Stanley I'd like to hear from you.
red mail Harbers of Bromley or Poplar, Middlesex
I am looking for a marriage between George Harber & Margaret about 1865/6. I need Margaret's maiden name and date/place of their marriage. Can anyone help?
red mail Oakley, in Bromley
I have a Harriet Oakley, born Jul 24 1856, @ 12 Bartlett Street, Bromley. She was born to Charles Oakley & Mary Covington. Before 1881, when she was married to Alfred Fuller, she appears to be absent from the census', as do her parents. Any information or help would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Jeffreys, Chadwick
I am at a brickwall in pursuing the Jeffreys,Chadwick family tree. James Jeffreys m Maria Chadwick in London in September 1901. The addresses they provide on their marriage certificate do not exist in the 1901 census. There just do not appear to be any leads on Maria in particular. Anybody help ? Jackie
red mail Frances Kathleen Churcher
We've lost Granny! We know that she said she was 22 when she married Henry Cass in 1902,and that she was 23 and born in Bromley in the 1901 census. Her father's name was Charles Churcher. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail BLAKE,COLE at Bow
My gt grandmother Annie Hope BLAKE born 1842. She married her cousin Henry COLE in 1865 at Old Bow Church, Poplar. No address given on their certificate but Annie's mother Ann ADAMs nee COLE lived at Unicorn St in 1861
red mail Granny Hardcastle
Grandfather Alfred Sands set up home with wife Frances Hardcastle in 14 Cawdor St in 1861 and Granny Hardcastle, his mother in law was living with her sonWilliam C hardcastle in 6, bromley St. Alfred and his wife moved out to Malta where Alfred was working as a master boilermaker, leaving Granny Hardcastle in Bromley looking after the children as they arrived throughout the next few years. Granny Hardcastle originated from Yorkshire and was born c. 1803 in Yeadon. Her christian name was Martha.Her maiden name is unknown. Frances certainly had two brothers;William b.1844, and David b.c.1837. Both were listed as born in Yorkshire.Does anyone know early history of any of them? They have a grandson aged 91 and a granddaughter age 97 still alive and curious!
red mail Wybrow
Searching for any details about the Wybrow family from the Roman Road area in particular, My grandfathers name was Richard Wybrow,born approx 1908 and he married Suzannah Smith.He had brothers Albie and Charlie,may have been another brother/sister but name unknown. I would like to find out what my great grandfather/mothers' names were, D.O.B/D.O.D, PROFESSIONS,ADRESSES ETC ETC. Any details greatly appreciated.
red mail Searching
Names: Allan
red mail WHITROW Family
James and Caroline lived at 4 Wellington Place Bromley from 1850-55 with their two children James was a hairdresser in his time They migrated to Australia in 1855

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