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red mail Budd family
I am looking for any information about William Budd who married Elizabeth Collyer on 1st September 1806 at St. Mary's Staines. He was the father of William Budd born in Staines 1822.
Posted: 2021
I am researching the BUDD FAMILY,ALBERT BUDD born 1898 in HANWELL MIDDLESEX. I know that he married a ETHEL MARGARET FISH in 1917 but I am not sure whether it is the correct ALBERT BUDD as the marriage details has him down as ALBERT EDWARD BUDD but I have his birth details which states no middle name.I do know that ALBERT BUDD & ETHEL FISH emigrated to the U.S. before WW2.ETHEL lived with her parents SUSAN & WILLIAM FISH at 79 LONDON ROAD STAINES at the time of her marriage.Any info on the above would be great. Margaret
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Samuel GEORGE
I am searching for anyone who knows the name Samuel GEORGE - born about 1790. He was a "soldier of London" in 1813 - born in Staines.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Kathy V Mackey
Am seeking info as to whether Kathy V Mackey, Mayor of Spelthorne 1991 -92 is still alive. She is my mother and her other two daughters, refuse to tell me. Kathy is in a residential home due to dementia and know one will tell me which one, thus I cannot find out if she has succumbed to Covid. All I want to know is if she alive or dead and how I can continue to monitor her.
Posted: 2020
red mail Boulter
I am interested in this family from the Staines/Datchet area. My great aunt married Charles Robert Boulter, I'd like to hear from anyone else researching them.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Agnes May Drew
Agnes May Drew was born in 1908 in the Staines area. in 1929 she married Alexander S. Golightly and then had a son Ronald A. Golightly. I believe Ronald married Joyce M. Best in the Ealing area in 1953 and they possibly had 2 daughters. I am interested to hear from anyone connected to any of the above mentioned.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Martha SEABROOK
Born 1807 Staines, married John Wood of Great Dunmow. Any information great appreciated
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Ada Agnes Starnes (1887-1962)
Looking for relatives of Ada Agnes Starnes who married James Edward Rogers (1890-1934) at Parish Church of St. Paul's, Ealing, Middlesex on 25 Jan 1913. These are my maternal grandparents, and they had three children: Ada Susie Roger (1914-1920). - Betty Rogers (my mother) (1920-1985). - May Rogers (1926-1993). For much of their married life, James and Ada lived at a house on Iver High Street, Buckinghamshire.
red mail Family information sought: Austin/Howard
I am seeking information about Joseph Austin and Mary Ann Esther Howard who married in Staines in 1838. They came to Adelaide, South Australia as free immigrants on the "Thomas Harrison" in 1839. He was a shepherd, and began farming at Reedbeds to the west of Adelaide near the mouth of the Torrens River. They had many children, beginning with Joseph in 1840. I can find no records of their births or parentage though the usual sources. Any help would be much appreciated.
red mail MUNDAY/MUNDYDaniel/Matthew
married Emma Wooden, had 12 children,moved to Bristol, around 1900s

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