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Scriven, Albert  Apr 2007 (110759)
Looking for info on Albert Scriven, a police constable who lived in Alfred Place, Battersea in 1881 and Inworth Street, Battersea in 1891. He had three daughters Jane, Louise and Emma. Albert died in 1893 aged 49. Louise married my G Grandfather Walter Pells, but does anyone know what happened to her sisters Jane and Emma.
Frank Fuller m Emma Jane Wadsworth  Mar 2007 (105928)
I am looking for any info about my great grandfather Frank Fuller born Clerkenwell c1865. His parents were Thomas and Harriet Fuller and he had 2 brothers, Philip and Henry. His father was born in Portslade, Sussex and gave his profession as bath proprietor employing several men. Thomas Fuller retired to Swanscombe, Kent after his wife died and remarried a younger woman and had 2 more children. Frank married Emma Jane Wadsworth c1890. They had 4 children, Florence, Frank, Claude and Winifred (my grandmother) In 1901 census they are living in Battersea, however he then deserted his family and eventually several years later they found out he had died. Would very much like to know if any one has any info about him, his date of death or his family, I understand they were not in touch with Emma or her children after he left them Thx S
JORDAN, ADAMS, TUCKEY Battersea  Feb 2007 (104855)
I believe members of these families lived around Battersea from the 1880's onwards. The Adams had moved from Devon via Guildford in Surrey and the Jordan's from Dorchester in Oxford via Esher, Kingston and Merton in Surrey. The families are linked by marriages. Any information on any of the families would be gratefully received but in particular, does anyone know anything about, or the whereabouts of Henry James Jordan (b 1861 in Dorchester) married to Sophia (born abt 1871 Hammersmith) and their children James (b 1894), Winnifred (b 1898) and Violet (b 1901)? The 1901 census shows them living at 9 Harroway Road Battersea. Very Many thanks.
Webb, Lowman, Battersea  Feb 2006 (73876)
Looking for Webb family lived at 106 Boundaries Road, Battersea. James Webb (nickname Big Jim) was the Dad, Jane (nee Lowman) Mum and various children including, Reginald James, Douglas (nickname Punch), Ron, Kath and others I don't know. Any information would be gratefully received.
information  Jan 2006 (70430)
ivens sweet shop st rule street
Holloway family  Mar 2005 (50405)
I'm seeking info. on a family of Holloways who lived in Battersea from 1854 onwards. A William Holloway married Mary Edwards (from Chilvers in Warwickshire. They had 6 children: Robert Edwards Holloway who became a highly respected Newfoundland photographer and scientist, Catherine, Mary, Sarah, Emily and George (b.1863?). The first 3 were born in Barton on Humber and the last 3 in Battersea.
HINE families in Battersea & Wandsworth  Feb 2005 (48834)
I would like to contact any HINE family in both these couties as my extended family came from there, back in the early 1800s.
HINE & DRIVER FAMILIES of 46 Usk Rd BATTERSEA  Feb 2005 (48832)
I am looking for any decendants of Henry Thomas Hine b 1851 Battersea & Catherine Driver b 1854 Wandsworth they have decendants waiting to hear from you in Australia
Creamer-Macarty  Jan 2005 (46523)
My Great Great Grandmother was a Creamer-Macarty. She was born in 12 Aug 1866 in Battersea and was the daughter of George Creamer-Macarty and Eleanor Mary Ward who married 20 Sep 1865 Battersea. I have quite a bit on my line of Creamer-Macartys - though they didn't make it easy for us to trace!!! They are sometimes listed as Macarty, others as Creamer!!!! I am very interested to hear from anyone else with a Creamer-Macarty connection!
Wiles in Battersea 1870-1920  Revised 20Apr 2007 (44407)
Noyce, Wiles, Sturley, Males. In Surrey/london area. Battersea/ E.London 1880+ Balham and Anerley after 1910. Noyce came originally from Hampshire.

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