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red mail Johannes Franciscus Josephus Kirch and Marie married around 1750
Hello there, have ancestor Adam Kirch who lived between 1755-1825 and had the sons Frances Adam Kirch and James Ferdinand Kirch. There doesnt seem to be a baptism showing Adam or any variant such as Adolf at any time in London but hes too young to have been a Palatine migrant as they were approx 1710. A Charlotta Kirch is baptised in Westminster in 1757 parents are Johannes Franciscus Josephus Kirch and Marie. Given the names it seems likely these are Adams parents. Location also is promising with these. The issue is that the large migration of Germans was 1710 and these again are way too young to have been alive at that time which means they were either later singular migrants or their parents moved to London and had them here; again there are no records showing Johannes in England. Theres a Franciscus Josephus Kirch baptised to Johannes and Susanna in Mainz, Hessen, Germany, in 1737 and this guy is thus the right age but its a catholic baptism (Charlotta was baptised in an Anglican ceremony as were the later generations on that line) and is after the main migration occurred so its unlikely as my Johannes is more likely to have originated in London to German migrants than have been a migrant. Does anyone have any experience with Palatine ancestry in England and know where to check to get something on Johannes and Marie?
HERBERT Family
I am researching the HERBERT Family who had their four children Christened in St Marylebone Church, Marylebone between 1783 and 1800. The Parents were Henry HERBERT and wife Elizabeth. The children Catherine (1783-1784), James (1785), William Saville (1788-1831), Charles (1800). There is a record of a Henry HERBERT being buried in St Marylebone in August 1815 aged 65. I can't verify if this is the man I am looking for. I have information on William Saville HERBERT but nothing on the others. I am particularly interested in learning the surname of Elizabeth. To my knowledge this family is not related to any of the aristocratic HERBERTS that were lurking around the area at the time.
red mail Geoghegan
Trying to trace the wareabouts of Elizabeth Geoghegan before 1878 she had a daughter in 1877/8 in Queen Charlottes Hospital in Marylebone Middlesex I am looking for any information of her wareabouts before,her dob was 1854 not sure of birth place I have all the later information from 1877 but not before.Her daughters name was Marie.
Davis
Searching for information or descendants of John Davis and wife Mary Ann nee Wealleans, living in Marylebone/Paddington area of London - married 3 June 1855 St Mary's church Paddington. John was a painter (father also John and a painter), living in Hall Park. Possibly two sons John Christopher Davis (born 1856) and James William Davis (born 1857).
red mail CONNER, William 1820
William Conner was born 1820, Marylebone. On the 1841 census, he was lodging with the family Cooper, York Street, Marylebone. Details I am missing are: Names etc of his parents: also no trace of him on the 1851 census. I would like to complete this missing information.
Cullen Family
I am researching my family history and looking for any information on Walter Leroy Cullen, he married Amey Smith in Marylebone on 7th Feb 1852 , they had a son Walter William who was born in 1854, they lived at 1b Adam Street and Walter Leroy was a baker. I know Walter William the son went to live in Somerset with grandparents about 1861 but I have been unable to find any information on Walter Leroy Cullen or Amey Smith after 1854. Thank you if you can help
red mail Lancashire
Looking for birth of Thomas Lancashire. On 1871 census he says he was born in Marylebone and gives his age as 20.On his marriage to Bridget Woods in 1872 he gives his fathers name as Robert Lancashire.I can find nobody on the 1861 census that match this. Any help would be appreciated. John
red mail Stourton Harrison
Looking for any information regarding Mary Jane Stourton and George Alfred Harrison who were married on 28 Dec 1886 at Christ Church.
red mail Joyce/Carter
Gratefully received, any information on ancestry of my several times great grandparents (1) John William Joyce, bn about 1843, in Marylebone area, possibly son of a William Joyce, and (2) Eliza (Esther) Carter, daughter of Esther Carter, bn on 13 March 1846 in vicinity of Manchester Square. John William and Eliza (Esther) married in 1864, and had 4 children of whom 3 survived. Their surviving daughter Elizabeth Ann Catherine Joyce (bn abt 1865) married John William Overton. Eliza Joyce died abt 1875, and her children were cared for by Benjamin and Catherine Alger, who are described as grandparents, but were almost certainly not. John William Joyce is said to have remarried. Eliza may have been looked after, until 1856/58, by Henry and Eliza Downs, her mother Esther Carter having died in 1851. Various daughters of Richard Martin and his wife Sarah seemed to have looked after the Joyce/Carter clan (eg Catherine Alger, nee Martin, and Sophia Caldecourt, nee Martin), but are seemingly unrelated. Eliza Carter was almost certainly illegitimate, but gives her father's name (without occupation) as James Carter on her marriage certificate. In the 1840's/1850's the persons connected with Eliza Carter seemed to have lived in East Street and North Street in Marylebone. THere is a confusing entry in the 1841 census to a Boyce family with similar christian names living close Benjamin Alger and Henry Downs, but this is not a mispelling of Joyce, but a different family, the connection, though, being that the "wife/mother", Eunice Boyce, was another Martin sister, although interestingly the surname Joyce does appear to be mispelt as Boyce in a later census when the Joyce orphans were living with the Algers.
red mail Workhouse, 1 Northumberland Street, Marylebone
My mother was born at 1 Northumberland Street on April 5, 1922 named Marjorie Agnes KEMP. Her mother's name was Caroline Agnes GODDARD who lived in Fulham and worked as a parlourmaid at 28 Devonshire Place, St. Marylebone. Caroline later married Albert John KEELING, a Leading Seaman on the HMS Repulse, who adopted Marjorie on April 19, 1924 (maybe 1927). I am trying to find information on my mother's father, my maternal grandfather, who may possibly have the surname KEMP.

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