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Daniels Publicans
Looking for any information on the above family,who had a pub "The Albion" on Lower Smithfield on the 1871 census.They were John born 1834 Bow and his wife Elisa born about 1836 St George. They had a son Charles and at least one daughter called Alice. His father was Joseph and he too was a publican. I know they lived in Germany for awhile. Any information would be appreciated.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
red mail The Crown, 79 St John Street, Smithfield
I have family listed on the 1911 census by the name of Harrison at the Crown, 79 St John Street, Smithfield. I cannot find any references to this pub. Can anyone help? Other surnames listed in the census are Myall and Frazer who are also related to me. I would be interested to hear from anyone who has any connection or information.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Archibald COWEN Smithfield area 1760s
Seeking both information and descendants (or both) of my ancestor Archibald COWEN or COWAN who lived in the Lower East Smithfield area of London at least between 1768 and 1772. His wife was named Margaret however original surname is unknown. In 1768 they produced a son George baptised 13/3/1768. Residence was stated as 'King Harry Yard'. In 1770 they produced another boy Peter, baptised 3/6/1770 and unfortunately he died on 8/5/1772. I cannot find any other reference of the couple and know nothing of their lives both before and after these years. The son George became a Thames Police Surveyor so perhaps the location of their residence suggests possibly Archibald was occupied by water/sea activities?? Anyone who can help me fill the dark gaps of this family is very welcome to reply. I would also love to hear from distant cousins... please write soon Cheers, Rob - Australia

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