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red mail Families of Loader and Child
I am trying to trace the living relatives of Connie and Richard Child from East Dulwich, London. They had one son, Graham Child. In 1965 Connie remarried Maurice Loader and moved with her son, Graham, to the Fareham area in Hampshire. Maurice Loader was born in Camberwell in 1911 and his mother's maiden name was Smith. I would love to hear from Graham Child. I believe he is still living in the Fareham area. Thank you!
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
Page Flood
Samual PAGE b:8.8.1781 m: Mary Ann FLOOD issue: Phillip Flood 1798, Luke Flood 1801, Benjamin Page 1802, Luke Flood 1805 & John Flood 1807. Further information appreciated.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2020
Does anyone know of LETT family who lived in this house in the 18th and 19th centuries?
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Walter & Ada Greening, Dulwich
Does anyone have any info about Walter & Ada(nee Canham) Greening & their family - Clarence, Daisy & Stanley. They lived in Melford Rd, Dulwich in the early 1900s. Thanks Val
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2017
Woodhouse Lodge. Dulwich
My greatgrandfather James Keeler and Greatgrandmother Ann Keeler nee Pearce were living at Woodhouse Lodge, Dulwich after they married in 1863. Would anyone know anything of this house , where it was exactly.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2016
Can anybody tell who lived at this address from 1919-1923 also where there any shop,s in this road
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Dulwich College
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 Edward Alleyne was born in the parish of St. Botolph London 1st Sept. 1566 and died 25th November 1626. A celebrated actor, and the founder of Dulwich College (incorporated 1619) he served with the Earl of Worcester's players, the Earl of Nottingham's, or the Lord Admirals company, and Lord Strange's players, and also engaged in various enterprises with Philip Henslowe. he is frequently mentioned with praise by contemporary writers. His name first appears as an actor in a list of the Earl of Worcester's players in 1586, and he was said by Nash to be one of the 4 greatest English actors. His last known appearance was in 1603-4 when he delivered a reception address to James I. he built with Henslowe,the Fortune Theater in 1600 in which he played at the head of the Lord Admirals company. he began to build Dulwich College in 1613, and personally managed its affairs after its completion
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Dr. Edward Ray
My GG Grandfather Edward Ray (b1818) married Rose Mann (b c1819) at St. Giles, Camberwell 13 July 1840. They had four sons and five daughters. The second son, Charles Clayton Pennell Ray, educated at Dulwich College was a founder member of the "Alleyn Club" and was elected it's first President at the inaugural meeting 21 July 1873. I have information to share including a good studio photograph dated 3 August 1895, covering four generations from Rose (1819)with her eldest daughter Rose Stammers Swain (1841) and her daughter Rose M.H.Robinson (c1865) and her daughter Beatrice Howard Robinson (1894). Dr. Edward Ray died 1868.
red mail HADRILL Dulwich
Ada Louise Hadrill c1879. Later married Isaac Maidment. Ada was my grandfather's sister. Would be interested to hear from anyone with knowledge of any descendants.
red mail joe deakin
does anyone know joe deakin who lived in dulwich ;i have been researching my family history and joe was my great uncle. any friends or family it would be nice to hear your stories also does anyone know where he is buried i would like to visit his grave

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