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red mail F R DEWHURST
DEWHURST of Scartho Road, Grimsby is recorded as the informant at the death of Edward Terry TRACY, a ships bosun. He is recorded as possibly living at this unusual address, of 3 back of 32 Trinity Street, Grimsby. I am asking for info about Mr TRACY my wifes grandfather.
red mail Edward Terry TRACY
Info is sought about Edward who was a ships bosun. He died in 1948 at Trinity street, Grimsby. He also had a connection with F R DEWHURST at Scartho Road Grimsby.
Charles Collins married Liza/Eliza Chase (Smith) Children included William, Fred, Jim, Lillian, Madge, Theresa, Olive and Amy they lived around Caistor (fish shop) Goxhill Haven, Donnington-On Bain (Black Horse Inn) Waltham and Grimsby. Charles' occupation Captain of fishing vessel in 1917. Seeking information on Charles and Liza's parentage. Are they on your family tree?
red mail Pettit / Williams Family
ARTHUR WILLIAM PETTIT, 1920-1989 The late Mr Pettit was my father-in-law. A retired Major with the Salvation Army. When he died in 1989, aged 69, his origins were still unclear. He was the illegitimate son of Ethel Williams(nee Tomlinson) b1888 in Barton on Humber nr Grimsby, and Able Seaman Arthur Pettit, date and place of birth unknown. I have recently discovered thatEthel Tomlinson marrid George Williams at Glanford Brigg in 1908. I know nothing about George. Born in Grimsby in April 1920, of his early years I have few concrete facts: A half-sister, Florrie(Florence?) Williams, older than Arthur but who died in her late 'teens in the 30's, and A half-brother, George Williams. It was wartime conscription, which revealed his true parentage, previously he believed his name was, and was known as Arthur Williams. Arthur William Pettit joined the Salvation Army in 1948 and eventually became a Major. He was Officer in Charge at many different Corps until his death in April 1989. He failed to find his roots. I am trying to complete his search! Can you help in any way? Regards David
red mail Puncheon Family
Looking for anyone who may have any information on the Puncheon Family.. My grandfather was Arthur Puncheon born round 1915 Grimsby,Humberside,England i think.. Was married to a Beatrice A James born maybe June 1913?
red mail Withers/Smith - Grimsby
Hello everyone. I'm looking for info on Hetty Withers (nee smith) who was born in 1906 (Normanton) but moved to Grimsby soon after with her father Harry, mother Hetty and sister Muriel. Hetty married my great grandfather Alec Harman Withers in 1928 and they had a soon Cecil (my grandfather who was adopted). I'd love to her any information on these people specifically Hetty as I cannot find anything on her after 1928. Many thanks for you time Jamie
red mail COOPER and/or TREACHER
Looking for anyone related to Frank Cooper (1911 - 1942) who married Alice Gertrude Treacher in 1938.Frank Cooper was one of those lost when M - Class destroyer HMS Martin was sunk by enemy action (torpedoed) 10th March 1942 (off the north coast of Africa)in support of Operation Torch.
red mail JAMES WHITE
looking for any information regarding James White. He was born in 1876, Married Elizabeth Luckey in 1916 and he served in the KOYLI during the first world war
red mail PECK FAMILY
I would love to find what happened to my grandfather James Cecil Peck (born Derby 1899), after 1924. It is thought he may have gone to his grandparents, James Peck and Charlotte Kimberlin, in Grimsby. Any information gratefully recieved. Is any one else researching Pecks from Rotherham or Grimsby?
red mail ann desmond
looking for any information regarding ann around the census of 1881, she was born in Guernsey arond the 1850's

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