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red mail Campbell /Kelly
Edwin CAMPBELL(also formerly known as Barnes) married Ina Eloise KELLY on 19 Sept 1959 in Edmonton Register Office. It is thought that they divorced some 5 or so years later. It is thought that Ina Eloise subsequently moved to the US and may have married again. So far been unable to locate any corresponding entries. If anyone has access to divorce registers would be pleased to know if there is a record.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2019
Looking for any information re Fanny Allen b.1835 St Pancras Middlesex, father George Allen, mother unknown. Fanny m. John Day, (b. Barnet, Herts 1832), cab proprietor, on 1st Mar 1853. They had 5 children, John b. 1854, Fanny b. 1856, Rachel b. 1857, Thomas b. 1859 all in St Pancras. Youngest child Emma was b. 1864 and registered Regents Pk (Pancras). Address in 1864 - 9 Frederick Mews. Fanny died 1867 in Pancras. Her husband John has been hard to track. In 1871 Emma is living at 31 Little Albany St with GrParents, also John Day (b. 1800/1805 Barnet) and wife Elizabeth, formerly SIMMONDS nee ? (b. 1811 South Mimms Herts). Also living with John & Elizabeth in 1871 is Charles Day b. 1826, son, and Emma Eldridge b. 1865, grand child, mother Margaret Eldridge nee Day. The family all lived in close proximity to Regents Park and Marylebone for 70 years from 1841. Any information re anyone mentioned here very much appreciated.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2019
red mail The Wingfield family
I am looking for information on the Wingfield family. Eveline Cynthia (1923). Her parents were John Wingfield (1901) and Eveline Finbow (1899). I have some tracing back to the Highbury/Islington area.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Cook
I am looking for information on Leonard Cook - he was born c1892 and married Elsie Kronquist (Conquest) around 1915. I believe he was from the Stratford area but later lived in Leytonstone. I have a copy of their marriage certificate but they seem to have divorced within a couple of years. I would like to find out what happened to Leonard and if they had any children together. Leonard's father's name was James Cook.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Kronquist
I am looking for information on the Kronquist family (also known as Conquest). The generations I have found are Tuvi (1820 in Sweden), Elof (1850) and Elsie (1891). Elsie married Leonard Cook around 1915 and Ernest Saunders around 1923.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2019
red mail HUMAN BALLOON - Daily Chronicle 1925
I recently received a newspaper article from a very helpful and generous Australian researcher regarding one of my ancestors. The article was printed in the Western Mail, Perth on Thursday 5 February 1925, page 21 and also in the London Daily Chronicle which later became the Daily Mail. "MAN BLOWN OVERBOARD" How John Edward Nelson, a seaman of the White Star Liner "Adriatic" was lost in mid Atlantic was decribed by the commander Captain F E Beadnell (reports the London "Daily Chronicle") "We met terrific seas and a wind of 80 miles an hour" said Captain Beadnell "Nelson was on deck securing a lifeboat when the ship gave a lurch, and this allowed the wind to catch his oilskins. His clothing filled out balloonwise and Nelson was lifted into the air and carried overboard. In the enormous seas it was impossible to lower a boat. To have attempted to rescue Nelson would have involved the fruitless sacrifice of other lives" Can anyone in the London area assist here please, with perhaps a search of Daily Mail Archives for a copy of the article and even, perhaps an Inquest Report??? Apparently, the death was not registered in Western Australia, nor have I found it registered in Liverpool where John Edward was born. Would so very much like to obtain a copy Lynda
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Knowlys
I have lots of information on the Knowlys tree, but cannot find a wife for Newman Knowlys, (Judge, & Recorder of London) I know he had at least one son, said to be illegitimate. He & his wife, I believe, married in Somerset. Can anyone help with Newman's wife's name???
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2019
red mail John Henry Wingfield born 1901 London
I am looking for information on John Henry Wingfield. I have census searches on him but am looking for any personal information. He married Eveline Finbow and moved to Tonbridge, Kent where he was a Chief Fire Officer. I know that he joined the Navy at 16. Any help appreciated.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2019
red mail John Wingfield 1879-1901 London
I am looking for information on John Wingfield. He was a Solicitor's Clerk in Islington. He married Ellen Aldir in 1900 and died in 1901 one month before his son was born. His parents were William and Frances.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2019
red mail William Wingfield 1841
I am looking for information on William Wingfield born 1841 I think in London but possibly could be Norfolk. He married Frances and they had nine children - William, George, James, Ann, Jane, Benjamin, Frances, Joseph, John and Herbert.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2019

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