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red mail jones
looking for descendants of the william anselm jones family. all eldest sons had this name from 1817 to 1890 whiechapel, finsbury, clerkenwell, wapping, southwark areas
red mail German family in Brick Lane 1856
Looking for Jane Getlich nee Venables, born Cheshunt, Herts, married to Frederic William Getlich, living in Brick Lane, Spitalfields, Whitechapel in 1856, children William and Louisa Emily.
red mail Robert Bays
I am looking for any information or relatives of Robert Bays (b 1783)who worked as a cheesemonger in Leadenhall Market. Robert married Margaret BROWN in 1801 and they had five children Francis, Henry, Matilda, Alfred and Mary Ann (1818). Addtionally any information about his father also Robert Bays who married Ann (maiden name unknown). Any information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail VAUS
Any information about Samuel Vaus b1831 in Whitechapel. He married Elizabeth b1823 and had children George b1855 Samuel b1858 Emma b1860 and Edmund b1864, all born in Bethnal Green.
red mail Kimber
Looking for more information about my gr gr grandfather, John Robert Kimber born c1823 in Whitechapel. He was a petty officer in the Royal Navy and was described as a quartermaster in 1861. He moved to Squirrels Heath, Romford in the 1860s and was described as a Greenwich pensioner. He married Mary Beardwell from Chappel in Essex in Bethnal green in 1856 but I know nothing about his parents.
red mail WHITING family of Whitechapel
Looking for origins of John Whiting c. 1821, who married Mary Ann Dodson & lived in Whitechapel. He was a baker. Their children were: Mary Ann, Emma, John, Alfred, Amelia, Lissy & William Henry.
red mail Gt,Gt Grandfather location
I am trying to trace details of my gt,gt grandfather John Hall who was a bricklayer by trade.According to several census returns he was borne in Whitechapel, Middlesex, about 1796. His wife was called Mary Bradshaw.
red mail Phillip Benjamin/Henry Farmer
I am seeking details of my 3 x great uncle in law Henry Farmer and his brother in law Phillip Benjamin of Whitechapel Middlesex.Henry was born 1 January 1814 in London and emigrated to Sydney NSW Australia in 1834.His sister Elizabeth married Phillip Benjamin and they had two daughters Hannah (Herley) & Julia. Phillip was Jewish and was a General Merchant. The family lived at St Clements,The Danes, Westminster in 1841.Julia was a Milliner/Courtier.Hannah had a daughter.Elizabeth died about 1864 & Phillip possibly died in 1884.Henry Farmer was a Publican and owned an Inn and property in Braidwood NSW. He died in January 1876 and was buried under his Jewish name TZVI ben YITZHAK- Henry son of Isaac.I have been unable to find the name of Henry & Elizabeth's mother, the village where they were born or the date of Henry's emigration to Australia. Any information at all would be appreciated.
red mail Mary Ann Beck
Can anyone help please? I am looking for any information on Mary Ann Beck. She was born 21 March 1886 in Whitechapel, possibly in 5 Pereira Street. She married Walter Simmonds in June 1906. She died aged 42 in 1929. Before her death she lived in Elsa Street. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
red mail Hinchliff
Looking for more information on James Hinchliff born abt 1790 married Elizabeth abt 1810. All 9 of their children were born St. Mary, Whitechapel, Stepney. James is shown as a Broker - an Upholsterer and a Carpenter. I am decendant of his son Henry Hinchliff (a Baker) who married Hannah Sellers 1845.

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