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red mail John Allen/Whitechapel
In 1776 John Allen had a business at 1 Whitechapel Road (opposite St. Mary's Church). His occupation is listed in a trade directory as brush maker/household/hardware(m). His sons, Charles Allen 1794, James Allen 1795 and George Allen 1798 were all baptised at St. Mary's. Were there any other siblings and does any other "Allen" think they are related?
red mail George Phillips marr Ann Leary 1845.
His dad James a Wheelwright of Stepney, her dad John of Kildare Ireland, their family:Thomas 1847 marr Mary Ann Desmond, Charles 1849 marr Elizabeth Postlethwait, George 1850 partnered Susannah Gee,( I am a decendant of this partnership), Kate 1854 marr George J Rogers, Alfred 1856, Fredk 1860 Jouneyman Baker, Jessa 1864, all bn around the Tower Hamlets area, and difficult to trace thheir families. can you help Thankyou.
red mail Louisa Emily Gedlich
My greatgrandmother Louisa Emily Gedlich was born in 1856 in Brick Lane, Whitechapel, parents Frederick Gedlich and Jane nee Venables. I'm particularly trying to find out when and why Frederick (also known as William) came to London from Saxony, Germany. Any help welcome.
red mail Moses Magnus of Whitechapel
In researching my family history a relative has given me a birth record for a MOSES MAGNUS - it is headed as a birth certificate but seems to be a retrospective acknowledgement of birth in the UK - it's dated 1807 but the birth is written out as being March 1765. Place of birth is stated as Jewry St Aldgate and the heading of the certificate says 'Birth certificate of M Isaacs' so I am assuming that Magnus would have been born to Jewish parents. If this rings a bell with anyone I'd be interested to know any family history as I cannot tie this in presently with any of my own familial names.
red mail NEBB, James
1841 Census James Nebb age 25, his wife Mary age 25 and son James age 6 were living at Luke Street, Whitechapel with Sarah Laver and her husband Henry and their three children, Caroline age 6, Clara age 3 and Henry age 1. Also living at same address Sarah's parents Richard and Eliza Branson. I am trying to find out if Mary Nebb was a daughter of Richard and Eliza. Not getting anywhere on the name Nebb . Can anyone help?
red mail Industrial School Corn Street
Does anyone know where the children go when leaving the school. I have found John Laskey in the school in the 1871 census but I can't find him in the 1881 census. Would he have gone in the army?
red mail Isaacson marriage
looking to find the marriage place of a Stephen Isaacson and Sarah Bouch who were married in Whitechapel, London, around 1851. I don't know where they married though. Was it in a church, chapel etc? What was the name? Can anyone throw any light please? many thanks
red mail Cluer in East London
I am researching the Cluer family who were making mirrors in the 17th century, clockmakers in the 18th century and then became tobacco pipe makers in the 18th/19th Century and then Lightermen, operating barges on the River Thames as the clay pipe-making died off. Interested in all Cluers though anywhere in London.
red mail Any McCormacks out there with ties to Whitechapel, London?
My 2nd great granddad, Thomas McCormack, is supposed to have been born in the Whitechapel district of London, possibly on February 23, 1820. It’s assumed that his family were Irish immigrants in London; his father probably a wharf or dock worker. My family is at a dead-end regarding Thomas’ line, and would love to know more about his origins. Thomas had settled in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA by the 1840’s. Family lore says that he was a ship captain, but he was more likely a sailor by profession. In 1849 he met and married Irish immigrant, Mary Agnes McCarthy, there in New Orleans. By the 1870’s, the couple had settled in Kansas, with Thomas making a living by farming. Together they reared a large family. Would love to hear from you should any of this ring any bells Thanks.

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