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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 Berry Nathaniel
Is anyone interested in the Berry family, I have transcribed the will of Nathaniel Berry dated 1834 who lived at No. 3 Bread Street City of London, Warehouseman, he mentions a brother John Berry Solicitor of Wakefield, three sisters Clemens?, Ann andMary Berry, nephews John Wood Berry and John Graham Berry and a niece Rebecca Graham Berry, also mentioned as Executors of the will are brother in law John Walburn a Grocer of No. 3 East Smithfield and Luke Marsden of Huddersfield Common Carrier, please contact me and I will pass the transcribed will on to them.
red mail City of London, St. Giles Cripplegate
Researching TURNER of White Street, St. Giles Cripplegate, City of London. George Turner, b. circa 1782, married Elizabeth (?Berry) b. Plymouth, Devon (?1785). Children: John b. circa 1806, Mary Jane b. 1810, Thomas b. 1814, George b. 1818, Philip b1822, Jesse b. 1824 and Elizabeth Anna b. 1827. The family attended St. Giles church and were in the building trade.
red mail George Baker
Looking for info on George Baker who married Esther (maiden name unknown). All their children were baptized at St. James Garlickhythe in the City but it seems the whole family moved to Spitalfields because all the children were married at Christchurch, Spitalfields. One of these children was my direct ancestor, Benjamin Baker who married Margaret Robson in 1769.
red mail Keppell, Steven
Looking for any information regarding Steven Keppell. He was christened January 1, 1632 in Saint Katherine by the Tower, London
red mail Greenly Family
Looking for members of the GREENLY family in the old city during the 17thC. They were known to have property in St. Nicholas Shambles and a slaughterhouse in Pancokelane (Pancake Lane?)in the early 1600's. Other members of the family were butchersin the same area. Other names linked to the GREENLYS and probably also in the meat busines in the area are: BLANKE, KNIGHT, HAMON, WERALL, COOPER & LANESTER
red mail Hollingdale
LOOKING FOR HERBERT HENRY HOLLINGDALE BORN CRIPPLEGATE LONDON 1872 AND ALFRED HOLLINGDALE BORN 1888 BROTHERS OF MY GRANDFATHER ROBERT JAMES HOLLINGDALE SONS OF HENRY LEANEY HOLLINGDALE AND CAROLINE MUNDAY. WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM ANYONE WHO HAS A CONNECTION.

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