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red mail CURTIN, Mary and GALLIERS, Herbert marriage circa 1958/1959.
I'm trying to discover anything on the marriage above mentioned between the Irish immigrant nurse Mary and her new husband Herbert T Galliers. Mary already had some bastard children, Robert and Georgina, with GAULD, Leslie Robert George Gauld. Mary did not marry Leslie, who died im 1954. She took her actual husband's name, Galliers, under which she died in Sutton, London, England , 2013. I'm wondering id anybody knows her actual parents. I have personally discovered a Mary J Curtin of a Kerry town called as Brosna on the Irish census records 1911. However, this Mary daughter of Curtin, Charles & Shine, Bridget, seems have died in America late 1980s. And thus is not grandmother. Even though she was thus 1911, and this the right age for Leslie (1907). Thank you so much in advance, -Oliver.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021
Hughes/Pierce
Looking for descendents of my Great Aunt, Susannah Hughes (born abt 1863) and who married William Henry Pierce in 1906 at St Stephens, Islington.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
Jackson/Brandon
Looking for descendents of my Great Aunt, Susannah Jackson (born abt 1851) and who married George Brandon in 1875 at Bethnal Green, St James the Greater Church, London
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
Hughes/Sprigg
Looking for descendents of Mary Hughes who married Arthur W A Sprigg. Not sure of any dates but any help would be appreciated.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
red mail BEAUMONT ISLINGTON
ANY BODY HAVE THESE BEAUMONT NAMES IN THEIR FAMILY TREE 1856-1899 ALFRED, EMMA, JOSEPH, RICHARD, SARAH , MARTHA, All on 1901 census but i dont know any more
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
Accident in Hyde Park
A family story goes that during the 19th century, an ancestor of mine was involved in an accident with a horse drawn carriage in Hyde Park. Several census records for my 3x great, grandfather, Joseph Jackson records him as 'paralyed'which I am assuming should read 'paralysed' and would perhaps be the person involved. Can anyone help with confirming this please? Laura.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
TRIPP, Charles Taylor
Charles Taylor Tripp baptised 1816 in St George the Martyr Southwark. Any research to share on his family welcomed.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
NINNIS, Belgrave Edward Sutton
Belgrave Ninnis was a member of Mawson's Australian Antarctic Expedition of 1911-14. His Antarctic medal is in someone's collection. I am searching for a photograph of it to include in a book. Any help welcomed.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
Do know this couple?
Hi, have an old wedding photo that i found in some old post cards. I would like it to go to the family, but can not find them. Can you help? The address on the post cards (not the photo) is; Mrs A Spencer 15 King Edward Parade Morbury London no date. The other one is; S Spencer 33 Kingston Crescent Portsmouth 1935! I think the wedding belongs to one of these addresses.Will send you a copy in email, if you are interested. Thanks
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Fredrick Clayden
Hi iam looking for any information about Fredrick Clayden he was born in 1901.i think he was born in London.iam not sure.he married a Sylvia Burnskill between. 1955-1957 they moved to Plymouth Devon at some point.i cant find any marriage for Fredrick and Sylvia.Fredrick died in 1957 in Plymouth.any information will be greatly received.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021

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