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the frying pub Brick lane  Jan 2010 (169012)
william burch lived and worked there between 1880 and 1882. I think his daughters worked there on and off between 1884-1888, when their uncle (~Farrow) ran the pub.Any info. about the pub or people who worked there during these years I would be interested to hear about
Buckley 1866  Apr 2007 (109492)
I am looking for a RC Baptism for a John J Buckley December 1866 +/-. I believe this to be the son of John Buckley & Mary nee Scannell Buckley. They were here for a short time as they came from Merthyr Tydfil, Wales and returned. Any clues on a reason, obviously it is work, would be greatly appreciated.
Jackson  Oct 2006 (92940)
William Jackson, probably from Edinburgh, was a whitesmith and locksmith in White's Lane, London in 1827. Son William, an engineer,born about 1825, lived New Street, off St Martin's Lane and married Mary Ann Popham in 1847.
Williams/Hughes  Sep 2006 (91863)
My grandmother, Emma COKER (nee WILLIAMS born March 1863 at 4, Nelson Terrace, Canning Town, West Ham) was the daughter of Joseph WILLIAMS(S), born Whitechapel c1836,and Ellen Maria HUGHES, born c1836 in Smethwick (Birmingham District). They married 1854 St Dunstan, Stepney. In 1861 they lived in Minster Sheppey, Sheerness, Essex. Who were their parent? Their other children: Born in Sheerness, Ann Maria born 1856; the twins Esther Sarah and Ellen Frances born 1860; Born in West Ham District, John born 1867 and Thomas Joseph born 1872. Searching also the WILLIAM(S) or HUGHES cousins who livid in SWINDON, Wiltshire in 1920-30.
DAY FAMILY  Revised 20Oct 2007 (41329)
Seeking info on John Day born 1790/95 in Whitechapel. Married Elizabeth (possibly Hutchins) of Harefield Middx about 1814/18and lived there until his death in 1874. They had thirteen children.
Brophy   (14797)
Requesting info on Brophy family. Michael Harvey Brophy born Whitechapel about 1807 and later resided in New Zealand after several years in the imperial forces.

 
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