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Rose Lloyd KING or Rose LLOYD-KING
Looking for the death, burial and Will of Rose Lloyd KING or Rose LLOYD-KING, b. 12.06.1893 in Lamberh. Lived in Watford in Monmouth Rd most of her life with parents Arthur and Alice King. She attended the Guildhall School of Music, became a teacher in music and elocutions and drama and also produced plays. She was well known in Watford. In 1939 she was living or staying in Shire Lane, Chorleywood. Never married as far as I know. Last mentioned in 1947 Harrow newspapers. At the Watford Festival various competitions are held and a cup called the 'Rose Lloyd King Cup' is awarded to the speech and drama winner. I did find a death reg Jun 1960 Camberwell age 68 and a burial, but the name turned out to be Rose Louise King. I don't expect to find her in Camberwell. My DNA is with AncestryDNA and LivingDNA. Any info gratefully received.
Post Revised: 2021
red mail Barley family
Henry Barley b. abt 1820 Freefolk, Hampshire lied in Watford, Herts following his marriage to Eliza Hollands in 1848 at Hendon and had children Robert b.1850, Henry b.1852, Eliza b, 1854, Sarah b. 1856, Mary b. 1858 d. 1858 and Mary b.1860. Any connections would be appreciated. Sarah was my great grandmother
Posted: 2012, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
Still looking for Turner family. Grandfather Henry was a brushmaker in late 1800's early 1900's on High Street. My dad, William, born 1903. His eldest brother, Sid, took over family business. Dad emigrated to Canada in 1925. Family home on Balmoral Street later owned by my cousin Tony (Anthony), whose widow Eileen, still lives there, I believe. Other Turner roots are Atkinson, and Vigar.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
Richard Tebboth
In 1871 Richard Tebboth and his wife Eliza were living in Watford with their daughter Emma and grand-daughter Clara. I would love to hear from anyone connected with this family
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
red mail lilford evans
does anyone have any info on lilford evans born about 1800 in watford also his son lilford evans born 1822 bombay india. many thanks linda
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
red mail URLWIN
Interested in all descendants of Stephen & Susanna URLWIN who had a son William bapt. at St Mary's, Watford, Herts 14 Nov. 1790 and another son Stephen bapt. Watford 1794. Wish to follow through into 19th & 20th Centuries....William's son, William emigrated to South Australia in mid 19th C. He was born c. 1826 -but where baptised??Where was he in the 1841 Census? He died 1890 in South Australia, having twice married and fathering children by each wife.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Researcher in Watford
Is there someone who could do some research in to something in the newspapers that happened in Watford in the 1960's please
Posted: 2018
red mail Gubbins
looking for a hannah Gubbins she was christened in hemel hempstead 1719 she married a isaac fisher in aldenham we think she must have been about 10 when she married as it says she was christened in 1719 married in 1729 she could have been christened as an adilt any information please
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Elizabeth Gristwood
Elizabeth Gristwood married Richard Wood at St.Marys, Watford on 12th Nov 1803. Does anyone have any further information on this couple ?
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Bracebridge
Searching for decendants of John Bracebridge and Susan Bracebridge nee Clark who lived in Meeting Alley in 1901.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2018

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