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Wakelen Family  Jul 2008 (140785)
Can anyone help with info on the Wakelen family. Richard Bailey Baxter Wakelen married Minnie Mary Parkin at Lewisham in 1907. In 1908, daughter Minnie Haig Wakelen was born. Any help greatly appreciated.
Seward  Nov 2007 (126010)
I am seeking info on EDITH MARY SEWARD formerly DONMALL livig at 28 Harvard Rd Lewisham According to the 1891 census with 3 Children Edith ,Violet and Charles She is shown as head
Descendants of Norman Gale  Jul 2006 (86272)
Researching Gale family.whose son Norman Edward Gale married Hilda Porritt in 1915,her parents were Joseph and Annie Porritt, who were related to me, any information gratefully received.
FENLON FRIDAY  Jul 2006 (84971)
Joshua Fenlon b1874 married Lottie Friday b 1878, they had 3 sons Ernest b1899, William b1903 and Frederick b1907, also a daughter Alice b1901. I am trying to learn what became of the children when Lottie and Joshua parted around 1910.
Rushy Green, Catford, Lewisham, Parish of St.Mary's, London  Dec 2004 (44463)
My husband's Uncle is writing a local history book on Rushey Green as he and his wife were brought up there - SWINSCOE & RUMBLE families. He has been researching Michael T Whitehall b.1819 (not a relative) as his statue was erected there in 1800's. One quirky find is that Catford was so named because a cat could jump the narrow ford there! Uncle is gathering information on the lives of people living there in 1800's. He has also traced his Swinscoe Line back to 1600's and his wife's Rumble Line back to early 1600's when they were watercress farmers in Little Ilford, Essex.
George Dowley   (16980)
Seraching for any info on George Dowley born 1851 in LEWISHAM,i would be so gratefull of any info that anyone can give me,thanks very much
Bezer   (14426)
I am researching the name BEZER, the maiden name of my paternal grandmother. Her father Alfred BEZER states on the 1881 census that he was born in Lewisham. His father's name as stated on Alfred's marriage certificate, was Joseph BEZER. I have founda number of BEZERS in Lewisham while searching the St.Catherine's House indexes. Would be pleased to hear from anyone with an interest in this name.

 
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