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ravens family  Oct 2007 (123707)
looking for info on William Ravens who was born c1780 and married Elizabeth Martin on 31/7/1803. Have a large gap before marriage and small ones after. Would also welcome any info on any Ravens from London about this time as well as on Leics and Lancs Ravens. Have some info on those married to the family. For eg Susannah Raven married to John Wilkin was in fact a Ravens so if you have drawn a blank try me as also researching Raven family.
COBB John Mark + Ann HELIN / ELING  Revised 20Oct 2006 (92690)
I am looking for anyone who might know of Ann Helin or Eling born Lambeth c.1805 (names spelt differently on marriage and children's birth certificates) who in 1828 married John Mark Cobb (born Manchester c.1807. Their children include: William 1833, Emma 1840, Ann Maria 1843, Edward 1848. The mainly are to be found living in Clerkenwell but also spent a short time in Salisbury, Wiltshire. I would love to hear from anyone else researching this family.
Phillips/Philips  Jan 2006 (70650)
Seeking birth/parentage of George William Phillips/Philips, born about 1859-1861 in the Clerkenwell/Islington area. He married Louisa Elizabeth Ashby in 1883 at Bethnal Green, ging an address at Hanwar St, Hackney Rd. His father George was a carman by profession. G W Phillips can be traced on 1901 and 1891 census.
THOMAS MEDCRAFT  Dec 2005 (69385)
I am trying to find out what hapend to Thomas Medcraft born 1838 in Clerkenwell he was in the 1851 census as living with his parents and siblngs in High street Dubstable and then disappears can someone help me with this thank you Jo
COOKE/GRANT Famly of Clerkenwell  Jul 2005 (59142)
William Cooke & Ann Grant had a number of their children born Clerkenwell from 1838-1846 before arriving in Australia in 1849. Looking for any rellies in England connected to this family
FELSTEAD's of Clerkenwell/St Luke's and all area's of London  May 2005 (54737)
I am carrying out intensive research into the FELSTEAD's of CLERKENWELL/ST LUKE's and all other area's of LONDON/MIDDLESEX from 1830 to the present day. I would love to hear from any researcher who has come across a FELSTEAD no matter how small the evnet or reference Thank you. Best Wishes Edward
The Clerkenwell Outrage 1867  Jul 2004 (36108)
I am looking for any information regarding the Fenian bombing incident outside the House of Detention in Clerkenwell on Friday Dec 13th 1867. Two of my ancestors were victims, so I'm especially interested in casualty reports, local newspaper articles, hospital lists and photographs etc. All answers will be gratefully received and acknowledged.
1841 Census  Jul 2004 (35738)
Robert GUEST married Rebecca FITZGERALD 1841 St Mark's Church Clerkenwell, both residing Paxton or Penton Arms, Robert's occupation 'pot collector'. Can anyone tell me where to obtain 1841 Census please?
Thomas Hewitt Family   (22798)
Thomas Hewitt lived in Clerkenwell about 1825-30's. We are looking for his Daughter Emily born there in 1830! She married Henry Sharratt approx. 1850's. They ended up on Pooles Park St & Tavistock Terr. in Upper/Lower Hollaway
Fernee/fernie   (19307)
I am looking for anyone who may be able to share information about a Horace Fernie who was recorded in the 1901 census as living at 81 Margaret St, Clerkenwell. Jack Fernee

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