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I believe Harriett Standing b.1888 in Brighton married Henry Smith in London. There is a death of Harriett Smith in Uxbridge in Mar.1952 She was 64 y.o. She was a dressmaker. Her mother I believe was Isabelle Crane b.1857 in Buckinghamshire, but the family was located in Sussex by 1861. Any relatives out there?
Posted: 2021
red mail James Clarke
Looking for information concerning James Clarke. According to ancestry DOB Uxbridge, Middlesex circa 1811. Possibly married Emma Ware DOB 1819 DOM 1842. Had a daughter Ann Maria Clarke DOB 1841 who married David Simpson in 1863 at St. Lukes Middlesex. Rob
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Frederick Vincent COWDEROY
Am wondering if anyone can give me any information as to whether a regiment would have a listing of pension claimed or record of death for someone serving in WW1. Basically, my grandfather, the above, disappeared off the face of the earth. There were some future sightings of him but no death cert ever found. Obviously, he changed his name completely, but am wondering if the Army Supply Corps with which he served in France in 1915 would have any later life or death record of him under his real name. Would welcome any suggestions.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Grand Union Canal in Uxbridge or Hayes
I would be grateful if anyone could tell me if records exist for lock-keepers on the Grand Union canal in Uxbridge or Hayes for the period 1891-1901, and, if so, where I might access them. I am particularly looking for the names JAMES COLLINS AND HANNAH RANDALL who were, I understand, lock-keepers at one or other of the above during this period and possibly earlier.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Leslie W J SPALDING b 1911 Hackney
I think this is a relative of mine (son of Mary Smeed and William Spalding) This looks like a possible marriage entry on FreeBMD but is somewhat confusing! It isn't even the right page number for Uxbridge. Does anyway know who this Leslie actually married please? Marriages Jun 1943 Spalding Leslie W J Harding Uxbridge 3a 927 Spalding Leslie W J Spalding Uxbridge 3a 927 Spalding Leslie W J Taylor Uxbridge 3a 927
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
Looking for information on WILLIAM NORMAN born Uxbridge +/- 1808. Married twice, second marriage to ANN EWER when he was 80. I would be pleased to hear from anyone who has information on these families. I will willingly share any details I have.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2021
Seeking any information on the HEADINGTON family Middlesex 1800-1900 (possibly from Uxbridge).
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2021
Horton - Uxbridge, Middlesex
Connected with the HORTON surname from the late 1800's into the late 1900's.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Horton, Brown, Byles , Baughan
Byles family of Ickenham, Harefield or Uxbridge, and the Baughan family of Uxbridge - connected by marriage to the Horton family of Uxbridge and environs. Does anyone have any knowledge of Mercy Brown who as far as I can see may have been the daughter of Benjamin Brown and Amey Horton, although the dates are completely wrong (late 18th century) Also looking for the parents of Benjamin Treadaway (Harefield)who married Mary in 1714. Who was Mary - there seemt obe two possibilities - Eeling and harmon. Also looking in Harefield for the Moore family as Sarah Moore married benjamin's son George Treadaway.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2019
red mail John Weedon/Weedon/Wieden born c 1786
Looking for the birth of this man c 1786. He said he was born in Uxbridge in the 1861 census. At his marriage in 1809 in Iver, Bucks - he was listed as 'of Hillingdon'. Hoping to find possible parents, siblings ... Thanks for any help you can give
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2018

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