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red mail George Rouse
I am looking for information about George ROUSE, born in 1834 in, I believe, Lincolnshire, but who moved to London and married first of all Ann BATTY in 1857, and then Helen, or Ellen, CLEMENTS in 1866. He may have worked as a driver when he first came to London, but by 1861 appears to have been a tailor. I can find nothing about him between 1866 and 1881. He died in 1882.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2016
red mail GILL
Searching for information about Elizabeth Gill who was born in Whitechapel in about 1789. It is possible that her father was Daniel Gill and her mother was Ann Davis. Elizabeth was tried at the Old Bailey in 1807 and transported to Australia.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Hillmann and von Thun families
Looking for any information at all about these two German immigrant families (19th century). Gerd Hermann Heinrich Hillmann and Heinrich von Thun were both sugar bakers. Hillmann later (1870s-80s) was licensee of the Duke of Gloucester, 81 New Road, Whitechapel, and his son Johann and wife Gesche (daughter of Heinrich von Thun) continued running it after his death in 1884, until 1899. I have information about Gerd Hillmann's children, but little about any of the von Thun family. Some stayed in Germany, but there were others in London from the 1820s. Possible brother of Heinrich, Peter von Thun, married Anna Sorg in London but both later disappeared from the records.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Murray
I am searching any information on a Thomas William Murray born in Whitechapel/Aldgate area in 1877. He turns up in the 1891 census in Poplar, but no other records.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2016
Can anybody tell me anything about the family of Barbara Ann Diack who was born in Whitechapel in 1802? She married John Edward Stokes in about 1820. They had 5 children I believe born between 1822 and 1846. Who were her parents? Did she have siblings? I would also like to know about her husband - when and where was he born, who were his parents. I think he must have died between 1845 and 1851 but can't find a record.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Alice Allen lived in Bucks Row Whitechapel
Looking for any info on Alice Allen, born 1865, dau of Charles and Elizabeth. Alice married Sidney Whatley.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Sidney Whatley
Sidney Whatley born 1865, son of Sidney and Ann Whatley Married Alice Allen who lived in Bucks Row Whitechapel
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Groom family in Whitechapel
John Groom and wife Sarah nee Warren moved to Whitechapel with son John in 1872. Any info?
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Brown Family in Whitechapel
I'm looking for any information on John Brown (Cigar Maker) and his family in Whitechapel. John Brown was born in abt. 1831 and married Caroline who was born abt. 1831. They had 9 children, 6 boys and 3 girls. My Great-great grandfather left the the family at an early age and became a fisherman in Lowestoft, Suffolk, so i'd be interested in any details on the family left in Whitechapel. Regards Paul
Posted: 2005, Contact email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail Ann CROSS
Looking for anything on my paternal gg mother above believed b. 1814 - 1816 in Whitechapel, Middlesex. She may have married/lived with a William WILKINS b. 1811 - 1813 in Stratford, Middlesex. Thanks John

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