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Mary Sophia Pell (c.1744-1808)
Looking for confirmation of ancestry of Mary Sophia Pell, who married Thomas Vardon in St James' church, Clerkenwell in 1766. She appears to be a descendant of the Pell family of Lincolnshire, whose family crest (granted in 1594) matches that which is on the memorial to Mary and her husband in St Mary's, Battersea. But who were her parents?
red mail Adjourned General Sessions at Clerkenwell
This is my first post! Does anyone know what area the Clerkenwell sessions in 1880 would cover? I have found an entry for Frank BURNHAM, larceny, but I don't know whether this would be my ancestor form Maidenhead, Berks. Seems unlikely as he lived in Maidenhead all his life but curious. Thank you, Julia
red mail John Lane c 1750
I have hit a brick wall in my family tree research. I am looking for the marriage of John Lane born circa 1750 possibly in Clerkenwell. He married a lady called Mary sometime before the birth of their son John Lane born 1775 in Clerkenwell. Marriage I would have thought taking place between 1770 and 1774. Can anyone do a quick look up..I am in a few paid for sites but I am drawing a blank ,, thanks in advance
red mail Philip @ Eliza (nee Pipkin) Lowry - 1858
Enquiry relates to my G.G.Grandfather Philip Lowry who left Clerkenwell for New Zealand on the Oliver Lang 1858. Children Georgina, Elizabeth and baby John. 6 more children born in New Zealand.
Shoreditch/Clerkenwell
Looking for connections to James Richardson a Brushmaker by trade, born Shoreditch c1828, married a Mary born c1828 from Gloucester, had a daughter Eliza born early 1850s, and possibly other siblings. Possibly married in St Leonards Church Shoreditch late 1840s. Eliza married James Robert Hembury in 1875 St John the Baptist, Hoxton,born 1854 Clerkenwell, later married William Frederick Bennett in 1896 born in 1865 in Shoreditch. The marriage to William Frederick Bennett produced a son Ernest born 1897 in Boston Street Middlesex.
red mail Lily Burrett
Lily Burrett 1882 - 1936 married George Edward Connelly married in 1900 in Hoxton (London) they had 15 children in total but 3 died in childhood, their childrens names Lillian, Elizabeth, Edith, Sophia, Rosie, Timothy, Ellen, Elsie, Ethel, Florence, George, James, Albert, Ivy and Arthur. Lily's brother was the boxer Joseph Barratt. Lily's parents were Richard Burrett and Amelia Thomas. Any info or photos you have about any of these family members would be great. Thank you
red mail GILES - Frederick & Hannah
Would love to find some information to pad out the lives of my 2 x great grandparents Frederick & Hannah Giles of 39 Laystall Street, Clerkenwell. Frederick shown on 1851 census as a Music Wire Drawer (piano). Any information about them or the area in general at that time would be gratefully received :-)
red mail griffin
I am looking for any information on an Emma Griffin born in clerkenwell in 1855. I do not know anything of her family only from when she moved to Southfleet,Kent and married my great great grandfather William Smith in 1880. She may have gone into service as William was a coachman
red mail Simpson of Clerkenwell
Our great great great grandad was John SIMPSON, an Excise Man, married to Maryanne, lived in Bacon Street early 1800's had a son Frederick Henry in 1821. Anyone recognise this as a member of their family?
red mail Ponsford family
Joseph William Ponsford arrived in Clerkenwell with his parents Joe and Mary Ann in 1871. In 1875 he married Ellen Collins from Sunninghill, and the pair moved to Sunninghill in 1881. Joe and Mary Ann had other children and I would like to trace them. Can anyone help? Thanks, Tricia

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