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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
red mail Armagh Road. Old Ford. Bow
Looking for a photo of Armagh Rd, Old Ford which may include the site of my Gt Gt Grandfather's GINGER BEER BUSINESS at 152 Armagh Rd ( this section of the road was known as little Armagh Rd as it was divided in three). This business was sited near the corner of where Armagh Rd ( "little" Armagh Rd) joined Old Ford Rd. Nearby landmarks were The Salvation Army mission Hall in ( little) Armagh Rd ( now demolished), the public toilets next door and adjacent to The Marquis Of Cornwallis PUB ( now demolished and which was actually in Old Ford Rd) and the Methodist (?) chapel on the opposite side of the Rd ( still there). A photo which shows any of these landmarks may also include the site of my grandfather's business premises. "Thanks".
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Borthwick
George Borthwick, born 1760 lived in London.He is described as 'silversmith' on his daughter Elizabeth's marriage.He was married three times,Susannah Arthur(St Leonard's Shoreditch 1804) Susannah Rice(st Ann's Blackfriars 1819) and Elizabeth Pool (St Mary Magdalene Bermondsey 1822) .He died in 1837.We have quite a lot of information about his descendants but rumour only about his antecedents. My interest is that he is my ggg grandfather. His Daughter Elizabeth being my GG grandmother (daughter of Susannah Rice).I am struggling to make headway.Old family papers show him to have been descended from Borthwicks in Scotland...his father or grandfather was also George and had several wives including a Miss Chalmers... also someone (father or grandfather ) was a barber surgeon.Does any one have any thoughts?I would also add that the Cornell family are closely involved with the Borthwicks;Ebenezer Cornell having witnessed several marriages and Sarah Cornell living with her 'niece' Susannah Borthwick.This is all in the same era.Other Borthwicks also get mentioned as witnesses at marriages but i cannot link them.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Sheehan, Henry & Sarah formerly Criddle
Henry & Sarah Sheehan, living in London 1860's & 70's with children Roseinna, Harriet,Louisa, Emily, Henry. Where were they born, where did they get married and what happened to them after this? Help would be very much appreciated. Thank you.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2020
red mail royal mint
looking for George Hill, a coiner at the mint about 1895. Son john emmigrated to Australia and married in 1895, quoting profession of father as Coiner at H.M.Mint, London. have found no trace of George as Coiner in Census. Any help welcome
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Kalman
Patricia KALMAN, daughter of David and Betty (Elizabeth nee COHEN)KALMAN. Betty was daughter of Lewis COHEN and Fanny MOSS. Fanny ran an outfitters in Nottinghill. Patricia KALMAN married Ian COHEN, 2 children David and Amanda (Living). I am hoping to make contact with distant family members.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Hammond-Dixon or Dixon-Hammond
Has anyone any info. on Annie who married Alfred Wells at St. Geo. Hanover Sq. 1Q 1872.Thanks.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
red mail George Hill
Looking for George Hill a coiner at the Mint abt 1895. His son John born 1873 emigrated to Australia abt 1888, believed to be crew on a sailing ship. His marriage certificate of 1895 quotes his father's profession as "coiner at H.M.Mint". Mother could be Catherine Williamson, stated on death certificate. Can find no evidence of any marriage or profession. Any help welcome
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Charles Wood & Maria Evans
I have a SARAH JANE WOOD born 2nd February 1850 at 5 Winchcomb St,Cheltenham ,Gloucestershire parents on her Death Certificate were CHARLES WOOD & MARIA EVANS. MARIA died in Islington in 1857. Charles then married a Mary Matilda Hagell in 1858 in Islington I have found a marriage for Charles & Maria 1838 E London Does anyone have any information on them. I know SARAH JANE aged 22 years arrived in Queensland 12/9/1872 on the Polmaise". Also know she married a JAMES BERRY 4/1/1873 & died 18/7/1922 in Perth Western Australia. Thank you E
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2020
Horse Pond - Stratford/West Ham - London
Does anyone know the name of this area? Cannot pin it down to a particular street, or building. Some of the family were from 'Carpenter's Row', which must have been in the same district.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2020

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