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Batchelor
Looking for anything relating to Henry Batchelor. All that is known is that he married Ann Seymour Jones on the 28th May 1801 in St Georges church, Hannover Square London. They ended up with 9 children.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
Ann Seymour Jones
Looking for anything relating to Ann Seymour Jones. All that is known is that she married Henry Batchelor on the 28th May 1801 in St Georges church, Hannover Square London. They ended up with 9 children.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
Woolwich
Are there any lists of workers at munitions factory Woolwich WW1 or 2? Led to believe a relation of mine may have worked there during these times.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Violet Dora Carter (married name Twitchett) 16 December 1905- 31 December 1985
She was the daughter to Louis John McCarthy (also known as Carter at this point in time), and a Ms Sarah Harwood. Got that much. However, there are multiple Sarah Harwoods in the Shoreditch area, and it's impossible to place which one is the mother to Violet Dora Carter 16 December 1905- 31 December 1985 and thus can't get any deeper into the whole tree. Louis was the son to John James McCarthy/ Carter, and Elizabeth Sarah Hutt. Got all the records necessary there. But haven't got a clue who Violet's mother Sarah was. Thankyou.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
red mail WICKS, Sarah, and, CLULEY, Richard.
Hi, any information on the above people would be much appreciated of course. They married in Bethnal Green London 20 Nov 1829 Parish: St Matthew, Bethnal Green. Richard lived between 1801 and Unknown; Sarah was 10 years younger 1811- unknown. Their children were Sarah, Thomas, Richard, and then William. Sarah would marry MCCARTHY, James (sometimes written as Carter). And they would have a son John James McCarthy. They seem to have been mostly located in Shoreditch. John James McCarthy would then marry Elizabeth Sarah Hutt. They would have a son Louis John McCarthy/ Carter. Can't get any deeper into the Wicks line though. Thankyou.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Caroline Julia Groux Kerche died 28 March 1898
Caroline married Ezra Edward Twitchett, Name: Ezra Edward Twitchett Spouse: Caroline Julia Groux Kerche Record Type: Marriage Event Date: 31 May 1852 Parish: St Mary, Newington Borough: Southwark Father Name: Benjamin Twitchett Spouse Father: Charles Kerche Register Type: Parish Register it's strange because she was the daughter to a Charles Kerche. Many public member trees point to a Jakob Kirsh and yet this does not seem to be accurate. The source trail leads to a Charles Kerche. However, there's absolutely no record involving a Charles Kerche and anyone with the surname Groux, other than the Ezra Edward Twitchett- Caroline Julia Groux Kerche marriage listed above. Charles, who was working as a butler at the time in question, signed the actual paperwork as Charles. He was not the Jakob Kirsch that was on some other source. Presumably, Julia was the daughter to Louisa Carolina Groux. Here the trail again gets bizarre, as the German records at the time had a tendency to Latinise names, and Louisa's mother is impossible to trace as the German records put her as Mariae Victoriae Du May when she had Louisa on 9 December 1804 though other than that, there's really no record involving a 'Mariae Victoriae Du May', and the name has clearly been altered somewhat, and the real one be something more like Maria Viktoria DuMais etc. Probably some Hugenoet extraction. They were in Braunschweig which had a hugenoet population similar to Shoreditch. The Charles Kerche individual is hard to trace- he may have married Louisa in Germany and not England. He worked as a butler somewhere but where he did is not listed on the public records. Who were they? Caroline sometimes even appears as Julia Caroline Groux Kerche. It's just a strange situation. There's certainly no traceable record that a Charles Kerche and a Louisa Carolina Groux ever actually met.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
Dr Edward Clement FERNANDES and Evelyn May GORE
This couple married in Hove in 1935, and had three daughters: Angela, Rosalind and Mary. I believe they moved to London. All three daughters married in the 1950s/60s. I'd be very interested to get in touch.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
saunders
looking for any information on a William (Saunders ?),my gt grandfather.Also his son Herbert Saunders,who was born in London.They were both boot makers .Herbert Saunders married an Ada Whittle in 1900 and had a boot shop in St Pauls rd,Camden town before moving down to Sussex where he had a shop in Hove.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
red mail LOUIS JOHN CARTER 1881-UNKNOWN, Shoreditch
Seeking information on the above person, Louis John Carter; he was the son of John 1853-unknown and Elizabeth 1856-unknown- don't know Elizabeth's maiden surname. LouiS would marry Sarah of the family Harwood. They would have children; Violet Dora Carter and Gladys Diana Kathleen Carter. Violet would marry William Ezra Twitchett and die on New Years Eve 1985 of a heart attack. Gladys would die in 2003 of Dementia. I think the Carter family originated in Ireland just judging by what the late grandfather said, and was originally MacCarty; however, sadly he'd not given any clue how long ago they left and, certainly, Violet and Louis and John were all London. Was wondering whether anybody else could help, plox?
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Lavinia Campbell Mullins, mother unto LESLIE ROBERT GEORGE GAULD.
Lavinia was originally Argyll; her dad Sir Robert Mullins was in the Royal Navy, and her mother Isabella Bell Hamilton was originally a Glasgow resident who moved to Argyll with Robert, in between having lived in Portsmouth. Lavinia became GAULD when she married George. Here's where the actual problem arises: I was under the impression this was GEORGE OGG GAULD, the son unto EDGAR and CATHERINE. However, whilst GOG was the right age range, and worked as a military psychiatrist whilst Lavinia was a mental health nurse, so it's likely they were together, George Ogg Gauld- originally Aberdeen though who lived in Dublin and Nottingham- does not seem to have lived in London. Lavinia shows on multiple censi and the electoral rolls living in London with her husband George. Who's surname was Gauld. Leslie Robert George Gauld, and his younger brother Stanley John Gauld, were Londoners despite Leslie's very Scottish name betraying his ancestral roots, lol. I don't think it's correct that GEORGE OGG GAULD married Lavinia, unless they actually divorced and he returned to Nottingham and hospital where he worked, as George died in Nottingham, played cricket in Nottingham, worked within hospitals in Nottingham, and this is recorded on the hospital records and a internet search concerning GEORGE OGG GAULD turns multiple results up on SERP (Search Engine Results Page) including his actual photos, as the guy I have believed was the great grandad was a semi celebrity. Could somebody help, please, as I am really getting close to giving up with genealogy now; I don't know whether George Ogg Gauld and Lavinia divorced, or whether a separate George who just happened to have the surname GAULD, originally have come Aberdeen, same time range as GOG, and also get involved with a mental health nurse (as already stated, GOG was a military psychiatrist), was the actual husband. I don't think it's possible he commuted to Nottinghamshire; we're talking early C20th and they were living in the very southern areas London (Chelsea, Westminster, Richmond, Kingston, Merton, etc). Please somebody help. Lavinia died 7th May 1947. George Ogg Gauld died 16th June 1951. So a similar time. Lavinia only granted any estate to Leslie; George doesn't turn up, and neither does Stanley, only Leslie was given any estate whatsoever. Leslie would die 18th November 1954.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021

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