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Sidney Thomas Nicholls dob 1886
Thomas Sidney Nicholls Dob 23/02/1886 107 Winstanley Rd Battersea. Father Frederick Nicholls mother Sarah Nibbs. Battersea is part of Wandsworth. Census 1901 at Saltash Cornwall St Germans age 15 Inmate on training ship Mount Edgcumbe. Possible link to 1911 census shows Thomas Nichols Age in 1911 25 Birth Place Clapham, London, England Civil parish, Thereafter I cannot find any further information and need some help. I have had a navy search completed this did not return any results. There is one possible record. Thomas Nicholls .Gender,Male,Age,21Birth Dateabt 1886. Departure Date 19 Jun 1907 Port of Departure Liverpool, England. Destination Port Boston, USA. Ship Name.Republic. Search Ship Database. Republic Master. James McAuley. New record. 1903 Thomas Nicholls born Battersea recorded as able seaman on ship Sidonian. The first ship was Utopia 28769 at port of Aberystwyth Any help please
Posted: 2019, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
Thomas Nicholls working on board Sidonian and Utopia
There is a Navy record that shows. Thomas Sidney Nicholls Working on a ship in 1903 he Born 23rd Feb 1886 Battersea Wandsworth England. Winstanley Rd. I am seeking records to help me search for him. I cannot find a death record or Marriage in England. The ship travelled to and from Glasgow or Liverpool to Quebec. The ships he was shown where the Sidnonian and the Utopia. He was last shown on Training ship Mount Edgcombe Salt Ash in 1901 age 15.
Posted: 2019, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
Dunn 2nd Battalion Scottish Rifles WW1
My grandfather Stephen McQuillin b 1888 was with the 2nd Battalion Cameronians Scottish Rifles. He was in Malta before the battalion was moved to France/Belgium to fight in WW1. He and my grandmother (Emily) were great friends of the DUNN family. I have a photograph of my grandparents with Mrs Dunn. I don't know the first name of Mr Dunn who was in the Rifles with Grandad but I would like to make contact if I can. I think that Mr Dunn my have been 2nd Lt Dunn. The only thing I am absolutely sure about is that he had a son called Geoffrey who would have been born around 1926 which is when my mother Jean McQuillin was born. At the end of the war, the Rifles went to India and I have a photo of mother and Geoffrey wearing pith helmets which I would like to share with the DUNN family. I think that when DUNN left the rifles, he may have settled for a time in Glasgow before moving down to Battersea.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
Bernard Joseph Arnull Search family connections
My ancester William Arnull born 1878,he was a Club Steward in Battersea up until his death in April 11 1914 Age 36. He was married, his wife a Margaret Jane (neeConnon) from Macduff Scotland on BMD, and his son William Samuel age 2 on the 1911 Census born Marylebone they were living in Jameson Street Kensington in 1911. He is Buried at Streatham Cemetery.Grave number 711.C I would like to find out if he has any family living now. I think there may have been another son born 1913 Bernard Joseph Arnull who married a Vera D Pearce.in Brentford in 1940 But have got no proof of this ,can anyone tell me if he was a son. he died in 1995 age 81 Please get in touch.William was the son of William Samuel John Arnull and Mary Ann Arnull (nee Brown from Newmarket).
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
HARLEY
Catherine HARLEY (of Battersea, aged about 21) married James PORTER (glassmaker or spectacle maker) Nov 1766. Catherine's mother Elizabeth HARLEY remarried (to a HAYTHORNE). I would like to contact anyone with an interest in these families.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2021
Wycliffe Road
I lived at 106 Wycliffe Road from 1939 until 1952 then at 86 until1959.I attended Basnett Road school 1940ish Then later Holden Street School and Sinjuns.Would like to hear from any one from Wycliffe Road Hanbury St. or near by during 1940s or 1950s Colin
Posted: 2012, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
James Wm OVER
I'm researching James Wm Over b 1869 Battersea later moving to Mitcham and would like to hear from anyone who has come across or is researching these OVER's James father was Wm Over b 1839 Wraysbury, Bucks.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
Battersea Constitutional Club/Conservative Assn
My ancester William Arnull born 1878,he was a Club Steward,at the Clubs mentioned above, up until his death in April 11 1914 Age 36. He was married, I have found his wife to be a Margaret (neeConnon)on BMD and his son William Samuel age 2 on the 1911 Census born Marylebone .But still do not know if there were anymore children.they were living in Jameson Street Kensington in 1911. He is Buried at Streatham Cemetery.Grave number 711.C I would like to find out if he has any family living now. Please get in touch.He was the son of William Samuel John Arnull and Mary Ann Arnull (nee Brown from Newmarket).
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
FOLGATE
I am seeking information regarding the Folgate family who lived in Battersea in the early 1900s. William Folgate was my Great Grandfather.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
Copland
I am searching for information on the Coplands who were in Battersea / Wandsworth in the middle to late 1800s at least. My grandmother was a Copeland and she moved to Southend on Sea and married there in the early 1900s. Any information would be appreaciated.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021

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