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THIS PAGE IS NOT THE AREA GENERALLY REFERRED TO AS LONDON. If all you know is that your family came from somewhere in London use LONDON, Capital of En... more
 
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red mail London, Mile End Old Town
Searching for information re George Harris,c. 1860, Customs Officer from Smith Street, Parish of St.Dunstan. George's wife was Sarah J. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail St Giles, Cripplegate
Am looking for a photograph of the above church. My ggrandparents were married there in 1879. I understand that the church is still viable. Any direction or assistance will be appreciated. Thank you.
red mail Parker and others
Hello, I am trying to find some living UK relatives to the above Parker line. The earliest ancestor I have is Henry Parker (believed to be a merchant of some sort in City of London). His son, also Henry joined the Stationers Guild in 1762, and worked as a printseller, bookseller and stationer in Cornhill, London. Originally partner with Eliza Bakewell, successor to Thomas Taylor and Thomas Bakewell. Bakewell and Parker published Richard Rolt's 'Loves of the Reformers', a work notable for itsfine series of portraits. Afterwards Parker quitted business and purchased the office of chief clerk in the Chamberlain's Office at Guildhall in which capacity he served between 1786-91. Parker was called to the Court of the Stationers' Company in 1795, 96, 97, 98 and served as Under Warden in 1799 and 1800, Upper Warden in 1800 and 1801 and served as Master in 1801. He died at Stoke Newington in 1809 aged 84. In vol.3 of his 'Literary Anecdotes', published in 1812, John Nichols describes Parker as '...sometime an eminent Stationer and printseller...Mr Parker was Master of the Company of Stationers in 1801; where (as in every other department of his life) his general knowledge of City business, and the remarkable placidity of his manner...
red mail Thomas Cripps
Looking for the birth of Thomas Cripps who married Rebecca Hunt in 1815 in Christchurch, Newgate, or information on any of their children. Maria 1816, Thomas 1818, Mary Ann 1822, Amelia 1824, Rebecca 1826, Richard 1828, Charlotte 1830, Susanna 1833 and Roseanna 1836.
red mail Abraham More
Looking for information on Abraham More who married Ann Baker at St. James Garlickhythe in 1742. On the marriage entry her date of birth is listed at about 1721 at St. James Garlickhythe but the IGI does not have an individual birth record for her.I believe she could be my ancestor George's sister. His birth isn't registered either and I can't find his marriage to Esther but they did have several children (at least 10)so it is unlikely that they didn't marry. All their children were baptized at the church and then they all moved to Spitalfields. If I could find out the reason why, it might lead me further back. Ann's husband Abraham might also give some clues. Grateful for any help.
Walford Family
I am looking for any information on Edward and Sarah WALFORD (nee COOK). They had thirteen children including my great, great grandfather John Edward WALFORD born in Maiden Lane in 1822. Edward was a tea dealer and John Edward, who married Eliza LAMB at St Botolph, Aldgate in 1845, was a builder. He was common councilman of Bread Street ward 1874-1904 and as chairman of the City of London School Committee in 1880 he laid the foundation stone of the new school buildings on the Embankment.
red mail St Michael, Cornhill
Does anyone know of family connections to James John BEDDOE and his wife Emma WHITAKER who were married at St Michaels church, Cornhill in 1829. Their children include eldest son James Whitaker BEDDOE, baptised at St Martins in the Field in 1830.
red mail le Blond de Fulham family,
I am seeking information of this family, in the period of the Middle Ages 13th;-15th; centuries within the Ancient Walled City. A Norman family originally in the Parish of St; Botolph's. This family being a powerful voice in the Corporation and the Fishermogers Guild. Adam le Blound de Fulham was a Alderman and Sheriff for the Ward of St' Botolphs in the period of the 1290's A;D; Other members of his family being senior Clerics in the City, including Johanna the Abbess of Clerkenwell Priory. Benedict de Fulsham, Kings Coroner, M;P; a Pepperer of Eastchep. Information is also required of the later families in these places of the Walled City, from the 1400s-1800;s to include the Chaaplin of the Speaker in the House of Commons, Chaplin to King Charles, etc; The Surveyor of Westminster Abbey, Prependary of Winchester Cathedral under William and Mary, plus all or any member of these familes known in Surrey, Middlesex,etc; Various parishes of the City to include pre- Great Fire of 1665, StMargret;s, All Hallows,St; Giles Cripplegate, St; Pauls Cathedral, etc; Some members of the families, known as le Blound/Blund in this period. Later generations took the surname Whyte (le Blound/Blund) in the 1200s and or later centuries. The family...
red mail William Chapman
Am looking for WILLIAM CHAPMAN whose age at his trial at The Old Bailey 1791 was given as 23 years - therefore bc 1768. We have no idea who his parents were or where he was born. He was transported to New South Wales for 7 yrs arriving there on 'The Pitt' in February 1792. Any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Genealogy - Simmons
Searching for relatives of Ralph Edward Simmons, son of Henry and Elizabeth Simmons, born 29 January 1852, London. Residents of Sermon Lane, near St.Pauls Cathedral.

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