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red mail Rooks
Looking for relatives of William Henry Rooks (1847-1911). Born Tiverton Devon, lived and worked in London as a Metroplitan Police officer and retired as a publican. Married Elizabeth Osmant (1847-1901), also from Tiverton.
Posted: 2004, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
Charles Augustus CHAMBERLIN
I am looking for information on the family of Charles Augustus CHAMBERLIN (1809-1843). He married Mary Ann GREEN (born 1809) on 7 October 1839 at Saint Botolph Bishopsgate, London, England. Their daughter Annie Mary CHAMBERLIN (born 1842 in Peterborough and died 1868 in Nelson, New Zealand) married Thomas (born 1839 in Naseby and died 1914 in NSW, Australia). They had 4 children (William Charles, Jane Chamberlin, George Henry and Mary Henrietta Cecilia). They emigrated to New Zealand around 1864. They also had at least one son William Charles CHAMBERLIN (born 1840 in Middlesex).
Posted: 2004, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
red mail Edward Might Mordan J Gardner
I have found this member of the Gardner family as a witness to the wedding of William John Gardner and Maria Amelia Williams at St Philips Church Clerkenwell on January 12th 1859. I have no other knowledge of the existence of Edward Might Mordan J Gardner who seems likely to be a relative of the bridegroom and would therefore be part of my family tree. Can anyone throw any light on how I might trace this person or have any knowledge about him? My thanks in advance for any help. Roger.
Posted: 2019, Member logged in: 2020
red mail THOMAS WILSON
I am trying to establish the true identity and early life history of a man calling himself THOMAS WILSON who used 1888 as his year of birth. He is my friend's grandfather. In June 1923 Thomas is shown on his son Eric's birth certificate as living at 23 Wansey Street, with Eric's mother Alice Wilson living at 12 Guilford Street. I have been able to follow most of his history from that point on until his death in 1951, including the birth of his second son Ernest, the family's addresses and Thomas' various jobs, always unskilled, but I do not know who he really was. Alice Wilson (also known as Ruby Alice BROADLEY) was from Hull in Yorkshire and I understand that Thomas also had a strong Yorkshire accent. Alice's early life in Hull has been traced and contact made with descendants from her marriage to Matthew Broadley. It seems likely she left Matthew and their children to start a new life with Thomas. From 1939 Alice and Thomas lived with their boys in Mottingham in Kent and Thomas, along with many of his neighbours, worked as a heavy labourer on a Wharf, but I do not know which one. Any information about Thomas' earlier life would be very much appreciated.
Posted: 2019, Member logged in: 2020
red mail HENRY (Hy) GRANT WILLIAMS
I am after information on Henry (Hy) Grant Williams born abt 1865 either England or Scotland. (Death cert states Scotland; marriage cert states England) He married Margaret Grace Robertson in Sydney, NSW. Maggie was born in South Australia. Hy was 22 and Maggie 19 when they married. His parents on his death cert are: ? Williams, Printer & Elizabeth Williams, family unknown. I have found one ship the Chimborazo with a Hy Williams aged 16 (1881) arriving in Sydney. His station is listed as OS?? Any information on his family, birth etc would be great.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2020
CALTON Edward (Ted)
Seeking information: Edward (Ted) Hy (Henry?) born circa 1890 Deptford, London. Son of Edward Thomas and Eliza Ann CALTON. Siblings are: Annie/Ann/Anne, Ernest Charles, Frank, Albert (Bert) Stanley), Percy (Percival) John, and Hilda May. There is a family story that Edward went to Australia as a young man? Thank you.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2020
red mail George Howard Hayward.
I am trying to trace my uncle George Howard Hayward. He was a master builder living in Hackney in 1942. He was born as Ernest Alfred Townsend in Hackney London in 1880. He changed his name in December 1941. Any information would be very welcome.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2020
red mail John and Alice Thompson
I'm looking for information on John and Alice Thompson. I have information on their children but haven't been able to find their marriage, births or deaths. Anna Maria Thompson born 1795 Christchurch, Newgate street,John Clapton Thompson born 1798, St Mary, Newington, Charles Fennel Thompson born 1801, St Mary, Newington, Mary Ann Thompson born 1803 Christchurch, Newgate street and Elizabeth Thompson born 1813, Christchurch, Newgate street. On Elizabeth's baptism John is listed as a Clerk living in Paternoster Row. Any help would be appreciated
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Robert Arrol Cochrane
I am looking for any information on my Grandfather, Robert Arrol Cochrane, born May 7th, 1887, in Scotland. I know that he began working for the Bank of New South Wales,(now Westpac) in London on Nov. 1, 1909, went on war leave, Feb 26, 1916, and resigned from the bank Feb 11, 1919.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2020
red mail old ford road. Pub The Marquis of Cornwallis
Looking for a photo of this pub ( publican George Penney). Now demolished in the 60's, it was near to where my gt gt grandfather had his ginger beer business and hoping a picture of the pub will also include a shot of this nearby. The business of S.C. Bailey was on the corner of Armagh road and Old Ford Road. Thanks.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2020

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