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red mail Families Haggar and Farrow.
Lilian May and Ernest Farrow lived in Ringmer Avenue, Fulham, West London.Lilian was the daughter of Alice (nee Haggar) and William Pull. Her Maternal grand parents were Seth and Sara Haggar who lived in Hadleigh, Suffolk. Sometime in the 1970s the Farrows had a visitor who stated that he was Haggar family related. His name.....Gerry Merricle...(? spelling).and the address,a Box No in Sandia Park, New Mexico U. S. A. Unfortunately this was never followed up................and letters have been returned unopened and stamped unknown.Initially it was thought that those who had emigrated to the States could have been Henry Oliver and Lily Agnes Haggar.Henry being the brother of Alice.However in 1911 Henry and Lily plus family were found to be living in Hampstead, N W London later moving to Edmonton, London.. Did the Farrows have a family ? and did they have contact with the Haggars. Is there anyone who can recall these names and does the name Merricle mean anything .Any info would be much appreciated.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Joseph Tindell
Joseph Tindell bpt 1858 at Fulham married Harriet Ann Morgan at St Matthews Hammersmith in 1884. They had 8 children Elizabeth, Joseph, Edwin, Charles, William, Henry, Martha and Arthur. Any info on this family would be appreciated. Eddie
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Bone/Morgan
Frederick Bone married Georgina Morgan approx. 1898 at Fulham. They had 7 children Georgina 1899, Jessie 1901, John 1903, James 1905, Frederick 1906, Joseph 1909 and Edward 1911. Any info on this family would be appreciated.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2016
red mail GIBBS, Henry Earnest Richard
I am looking for family of Henry Earnest Richard (Jack) Gibbs born 1908 and his brother Richard Gibbs who lived at 86 Orbain Road, Fulham. Their parents were Henry Richard Gibbs and Mildred Raybould. Any help would be appreciated to complete our tree search. Thanks.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Roker Bloye Davies
Looking for the roker bloye Davies familys from Fulham Hammersmith from 1820 to 1900.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Arthur - WW1 Soldier and Fulham Scout
This is a long shot as there's no surname, but I'm trying to solve the mystery of my grandmother's boyfriend who was injured, possibly killed, at the end of the First World War. I know only that his first name was Arthur, and I have some superb photos of him in Army and Scout uniform. I have spent many hours searching the Commonwealth War Graves Commission site and family history sites for likely war casualties, but no information seems to match what I know. Here is the basic information I have about Arthur: Born between 1895 and 1900; Lived in, or close to, Fulham; May have had a brother (a young man in a studio photo with Arthur); He had friends or brothers called Norman and Jim (mentioned in a postcard from Oxford dated 14/08/1917). Circa 1917-18 he was a member of a Scout Troop, possibly Fulham; in a studio photo his shirt pocket has two stripes for Patrol Leader and he has 6 proficiency badges and 1 service star. He is holding a spectacular trophy, a wooden shield with central design of 2 scouts, with engraved labels for details of winners (possibly annual?). 10 April 1918 he was training with the 53rd Young Soldiers' Battalion of the Hampshire Regiment, based at Rollestone Camp on Salisbury Plain. He was living in Hut No. 20. I understand he would have been posted to a different regiment once trained. Christmas 1918 he sent greetings to my grandmother from MONS. This is the last communication from Arthur. Arthur was somebody's son, possibly brother, cousin or uncle. I would like him to be remembered. I am happy to share the photos with anyone who may be able to help. Thanks for reading this.
red mail Fulham lorry firms in 1909 & 1910
From 1908-10 aviation pioneer Geoffrey de Havilland had a rented flat at 32 Barons Court Road, Hammersmith, whilst he built his first aeroplanes in a workshop in Bothwell Street, Fulham. He used the same lorry firm to move the airplanes to Seven Barrows field on the Highclere estate in Berkshire (where TV's 'Downton Abbey' is filmed) for flight trials, and the de Havilland Moth Club needs to find out the hauliers name, any ideas? Best regards
red mail ORMAN
Appealing for any information on the ORMAN'S of Fulham, London. Kind Regards, Natalie
red mail Phelps
Sarah Barrs (born 1829 in Bushey, Herts) and Joseph Phelps (born 1823 in Fulham) were married in 1852 at St Margarets church, Westminster. In 1855 Joseph was butler at Walberton House, West Sussex. His father, William Phelps, born about 1780 at Horsleydown, Southwark, was a waterman at Fulham
red mail Lucien Renout
Lucien Renout -m-Alice de Gaspary in france. They lived in Fulam. (1881 he was an oil painter; in 1891 he was a clerk at the elertic company) They had d Julie 1879 & s Lucien 1881. This would be my great grandparents. Any information of any of the four would be appreciated. Gene

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