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red mail James Austin
Looking for the death of James Austin born 1867/ 1868 Middlesex/Holborn. Married Helen Humm. Had 10 children. Cannot Find his resting place or confirmed death. I would appreciate any help. I have searched most online sites and there are a few that are possibly `our` James Austin. He owned a family run grocers store in Bishops Road Paddington for many years but I seem to have lost his trail from 1912 onwards. I have got his wife`s death details and many other family members but nothing for James. Family surnames include DEAN YOUNG BRODIE AUSTIN BELDHAM
CARTER Laurence Reavell-
I have recently discovered that my grandmother lived with the Carter family in 1939 at Victoria Drive, Putney SW19, I am seeking contact with the Carter family as I would like to learn about her time with the family. I realise that the generation of that time have passed away but would like to have the opportunity to contact current day family, perhaps they may have photos or some information that will help me in my research into my family. I believe that Laurence's father was Charles and he had a sister and another brother living at the Putney address at the above time.
Hi I am tracing family on my mothers side...... BRODIE_YOUNG _ AUSTIN_ DEAN. I am looking for Anthony m YOUNG born 1941 from PUTNEY, HAMMERSMITH, FULHAM, WANDSWORTH. Anthony's mother was Beryl Viola YOUNG died 1969 and `her` sister moved abroad after ww2. I know his father was James K YOUNG. If anyone has any information about him or his father please contact me...... Many thanks.
red mail Lomas, Job Henry
Seeking info on the above. Known is b.1910 @ Treorchy, Glam and d.1996 'London', 1 child for sure (daughter?), might have been more. Seeking info on survivors, marriage, etc. This man was a 'distant' relative.
red mail Rosamond March
According to the 1841 UK Census Index Rosamond March was aged 15 years living in the Putney area. If anyone has access to the actual Census I would be grateful to know which family she is living with - I believe that she is connected with my family line but am not certain without knowing who are her parents. Thank you in advance.
red mail The Thompson and Strickland families of Putney and Wandsworth Surrey UK
Any information regarding the Strickland and Thompson families in and around the Putney and Wandsworth areas of what was then Surrey UK would be very much appreciated and I'm happy to share all my research.
red mail Alfred Hambridge - 1837
Seeking information on Alfred Hambridge, born November 1837 in Saint Mary, Putney, London, England. He married Charlotte (unknown). Hoping someone has a clue as to this family. Thank you.
red mail Hotel Norman, Carlton Road/Drive
I am seeking information on the Hotel Norman which existed on Carlton Road/Drive in Putney. It was owned and managed by a Mrs. M. Nuthall, mother to the famous tennis champion, Betty Nuthall. My mother, Paula Ingberg, worked at this Hotel during World War II. We have a couple of photos of mother behind the Hotel (near the tennis courts). I am most interested in obtaining a photo of the Hotel itself and any information on the Hotel. I would also be interested, of course, in any records which include my mother's name.
red mail hornsby christenings
Seeking information on Joseph Hornsby who married Elizabeth Green St Mary Newington 1814 and the christenings of four of their children at St Mary's Putney. William 1818, Elizabeth 1819, Hannah Maria 1821 and James Henry 1823 and possibly other children. Our family cant get back past Joseph and Elizabeth. Any details eg names of witnesses may help
red mail TOVEY
Hi, Seeking out Tovey's of Putney. Please contact if you have any ancestral connection. Many thanks Maureen

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