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In 1901 Henry Dunington and his wife Hepzibah (nee Cockerton) were living at 10 West Square, Southwark. Henry was a Baptist Minister. I am wondering at which church Henry would have worked, and what became of him after 1901.
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
red mail kathleen betty brown
hi looking for family of a kathleen betty brown born around april 1920 believd to be in southwark,she later married a tom seymour in or around 1945 in somerset,he died in 1967 she died in 2003 in somerset,she had 1 boy 3 girls,,she was my aunty but her children knew nothing of her past neither do i would love to find parents of kethleen and any siblings she may have had,we believ in the 1939 register she was a patient in hospital with her address as orpington kent,all kathleens birth shows a brown being her mother,but i dont know if this is my kathleen,or whether her mother had her out of wedlock and went on to marry so was under another name and that is why we cant connect kathleen brown with a parent any help appreciated please
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
WEBB family
Reaching out to descendants of Henry Edmund WEBB (KIA 1918) and Gertrude ROSHIER (d 1916). Four children: William Henry, Elsie, Lottie, Lillian. Lived in Old Kent Rd, London in 1911.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2021
red mail HIRST family
Eleanor Hirst married John Castle and they lived in Fishmonger Alley. I would like to know about Eleanor's family.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Gilbert Meakin
Gilbert Meakin is the father shown on the apprentice record for Nathaniel Meakin. He is of St saviour Southwark but his son, a pewterer lived in the City of London. This would be around 1680- 1700. Have not found anything on Gilbert as yet.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
William WEBSTER (a dyer) and his family
William WEBSTER (a dyer) and wife Elizabeth PORTER had children baptised Stockwell Chapel, St Mary at Lambeth (1794-1800) and Southwark St Saviour (1803-1809): Thomas (b.1794), James (b.1795 d.1862), Elizabeth (?1797), Ann (?1800), William (b.1802), Henry (b.1805), George (b.1807 d.1881), Ebenezer (b.1809), and there may be others. Is this the William WEBSTER (dyer) who was buried at Southwark (St.Thomas) in 1810 aged 44?
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
Call this a marriage?
I have located a marriage between Frederick Sedgwick Abbott and Christiana Davey in the Apr/May/June quarter of 1847 at St George, Southwark. In 1848 Frederick arrived in New Zealand without his wife. 34 years later he is shown in the 1881 census with his wife Christiana, at 113 Cowslip Rd, Woodford, South Essex. What kind of a marriage survives a 34 year break? He was last seen in New Zealand about 1872 without any sign of a woman in his life, after 22 years in our small town of Waipawa , once known as Abbotsford after him. Any suggestions?
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
Robert Mandeville Southwark
Robert Mandeville was a Hemp Merchant at 101 Kent street, Southwark. Parents: Michael & Stanhope, Grandparents: Michael & Elisabeth. All born in London & the surrounding area. Robert was born in 1782, his wife name was Elizabeth Hannan and children were Peter Hannan 1813 - 1837, Elizabeth 1818 - 1878, Susan 1820 - 1848, Amelia 1823 - 1849, Alfred 1826 - 1864, Robert 1830 - 1916 and Stanhope 1832 - 1888. Any further info, especially about his grand parents would be very much appreciated !!
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Pearce Family - 6 Sterry Street, St George The Martyr Southwark
Hello I am trying to locate information on Alfred Pearce, wife Jane and family who appeared on the 1881 Census - St Saviour Southwark They had a number of children one of which is my great grandmother ( Alice Pearce) who migrated to Adelaide in South Australia in circa 1883. In the 1871 Census it showed the family living at Mint Street, St Olave. Any help where I can look for more information would be much appreciated. Thankyou David
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021
Jane Peake and Malcolm Gray
Jane Sophia Peake was baptised in 1790 at St George The Martyr, Southwark and married Malcolm Gray from Orkney in 1819 at St Mary Newington Surrey. Does anyone recognise these names? Particularly wondering why Malcolm was in Surrey. I now know that Malcolm was in the Royal Navy and presumably his ship docked in London. Can anyone shed more light on Malcolm himself, or know of any Royal Navy records from the early 1800s?
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021

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