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red mail Stein/Wittmann
My gg grandparents came to Whitechapel from Germany sometime in the 1860's. They were married at St George's German Lutheran Church in Alie St on 19.12.1869 and had 11 children - 9 of whom survived. Their names were Johann and Catherine and he was a pork butcher. For several years they lived on Cable St and anglicised their name during WW1. Since getting hold of their marriage cert I know a lot more about them but still don't know where in Germany they originate from. Are you descended from the same family - if so i would like to hear from you.
red mail Harriett Elizabeth Dickinson
I'm trying to find early history of my great grandmother, Harriett Elizabeth Dickinson. She was born in Whitechapel in September 1971, married James Andrew Dunn and was living with him in Fulham at the time of the 1891 census. By the 1901 census, she was living in Fulham with James Andrew and her first three children, Richard, Elizabeth and Annie (known as Dick, Bessie and Nancy). She later had a child called Walter. James Andrew died in about 1901 and Harriett Elizabeth later married a man called Rogers, with whom she had three more children, Ivy Arthur and Frederick. I'm trying to discover where Harriett Elizabeth was for the first twenty years of her life (have been unable to find any trace in the 1881 census) and who her parents were.
red mail constantine/yearley
thomas constantine m sarah yearley, dau sarah bn 1827,whitechapel. sarah m edmund sanders 1846, they came to sth aust with 3 children also sarah constantine who died in sth aust, edmund sanders is my husband gr gr grpa, would like to hear from relations of constantine or yearley. bye betty.
red mail william mcnelly
like to hear from anbody who is researching william mcnelly who married rose thick in 1907 west ham. i am a descendant of rose thick, her parents were hannah ellison/william thick. like to hear from anybody who is related. betty.
red mail thick/hyslop
looking for descendant of alice and george hyslop, all children were born in wandsworth. margaret. george. leslie ellison, mary evelyn, isabel. if you know about alice and george I would like to email you and find out if we are related. bye betty.
red mail Tiller
Trying to find more information on the Tiller family who lived in and around Mile End Old Town, particularly Henry John who appeared to live in Buck's Row about 1882-1891 and William Street 1901. I'm actually looking for his brothers and father who seems to have died quite young and his mother may have remarried a Ferguson.
red mail ellison family
like to meet decendants of william and margaret ellison, they were married in bethnal green 1853. children were margaret,george william hannah, susan thomas james henry. james came to australia in 1880.
red mail alexander ellison
would like to have contact with my gr grandfather brother alexander b 1820 Middlesex his parents were george and hannah ellison.I have no contact with any of his decendants.please contact me if related love to hear from you.
red mail Nathan/Croeze/Pollard
I am researching the Nathan, Croeze & Pollard families of Whitechapel. I have research to Theodore Nathan who was born in Holland in about 1798. Conrad married Leah Croeze in London in Sept 1871 - both also from Holland. Tobias Nathan married Alice Pollard in 1897, London. I would be greatful of any help.
red mail James & Elizabeth Meredith, Whitechapel, London.
Would be interested to know if anyone can relate back to James & Elizabeth Meredith (nee Wilson) who were both born and lived in Whitechapel, London. This couple migrated to New Zealand in 1865. James's mother was Jane Adlam. Am also trying to trace this family back to Wales but so far no luck.

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