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red mail Goodman Family of Prittlewell, Essex
Looking for the families of Goodman. James Thomas Goodman and his wife Mary Ann Hastleton or Castleton, children William 1877, Emily, 1878, Alice 1879, Arthur 1880 Mucking. Also James goodman born c1828 Prittlewell, Essex. Married Caroline Whalley, children James thomas 183 at Canewdon, John goodman 1855, thomas 1857, Mary Ann 1860, Susan 1862, william, George 1867, Sarah 1869 etc
red mail st.mary's holiday home
Can anyone tell me what this institution was in about 1900? I have a relation who was "visiting" at the time of the 1901 census.
red mail Edward Myall the Elder of Southend in the Parish of Prittlewell
I have traced my ancestor back to Edward Myall and his wife Elizabeth in 1784 Southchurch records, he died in 1817 and he was born ca 1750. I cannot find anything relating to their marriage or Elizabeth's maiden name. Can anyone help? He left bathing machines in his will for his wife and she appears in a book where she is known as a tourist guide and renting out bathing machines, any historical info will be appreciated.
Just started family tree. family were based in North road, Prittlewell,Essex. my great great grandfather was Charles Player.He was in the Royal artillery at Shoeburyness when my great grandfather Harry was born in 1895. My great grandmother Lilian's maiden name was Bacon, it is said she is one of 18 children and lived in Gainsborough Drive, Prittlewell. Am looking for details of the Ivy House, Southend from 1910 upwards. would like to know what prittlewell was like back in 1900 upwards.
red mail Adcock
I am looking for Jane Adcock who was born in 1845-46 and died on 29th March 1887. She was the wife of my Great Grandfather who was William Smith and he lived to be 100 and lived in Prittlewell in the old cottage which is now the Navy place. He was born in April 1842 and died in February 1943 and is buiried in North Road cemetary.
red mail Collingwood Wilson
I go back to Isaac Wilson of Tillingham, a Draper/General store owner according to 1841 census.1851 census shows him in Whitechapel.1861 census shows his wife ann in Mile End Old Town,her son William Arthur my great grandfather.He moved to Market Place in Southend in 1880.My grandfather,Arthur William, born in 1881 after census.My father Phillip born 1910,I was born August 1941.Anyone still in Tillingham area?
I am looking for decendants of the above, he was born in Lindsell in 1874. His parents names were George Shoobridge Smith and Elizabeth Mary Alger. I know he was living at Princes St in 1901 census with his wife Ellen and 2 daughters Ellen & Cissie I would be grateful for any info at all.
red mail Holden of Prittlewell?
Looking for family of Hannah Holden born c1810 in Prittlewell area. Parents possibly John Holden and Rose Goldacre. Hannah married George Gurnett in 1828.
red mail Bailey Anderson Prittlewell
Looking for Bailey relatives My great grandparents were Walter George Bailey & Maria Eliza Anderson married in St. Mary's church Prittlewell in 1890. Maria Eliza Anderson, daughter of Charles Anderson & Emma Hart of Prittlewell. She came to Canada in 1912 with her husband Walter George Bailey & their children, settling in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Walter George Bailey b.1871, son of James Daniel Bailey & Eliza Davey. His brother Albert married Mercy Anderson, daughter of Isaac Anderson an Elder with the peculiar people.
red mail Hockett and Clay
Do you have Hocket(t) or Clay or Woods in your Prittlewell ancestors. Stephen Clay m Susan Goss 1814 Prittlewell. Dau Mary Clay married Richard Hocket in 1843 in Prittlewell Dau Mary Ann Hockett married John Woods in 1876 in Prittlewell Multiple other siblings in each generation.

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