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William Paterson (Marylebone and Jamaica)
My ancestor, the Sotsman William PATERSON died in Marylebone in March 1803. First wife Mary CALLANDER (1764-1789), second wife Harriet VARDON (1767-1823). William's descendants are accounted for. Can anyone help with William's 18th century Scottish ancestry?
Post Revised: 2021
red mail Johannes Franciscus Josephus Kirch and Marie married around 1750
Hello there, have ancestor Adam Kirch who lived between 1755-1825 and had the sons Frances Adam Kirch and James Ferdinand Kirch. There doesnt seem to be a baptism showing Adam or any variant such as Adolf at any time in London but hes too young to have been a Palatine migrant as they were approx 1710. A Charlotta Kirch is baptised in Westminster in 1757 parents are Johannes Franciscus Josephus Kirch and Marie. Given the names it seems likely these are Adams parents. Location also is promising with these. The issue is that the large migration of Germans was 1710 and these again are way too young to have been alive at that time which means they were either later singular migrants or their parents moved to London and had them here; again there are no records showing Johannes in England. Theres a Franciscus Josephus Kirch baptised to Johannes and Susanna in Mainz, Hessen, Germany, in 1737 and this guy is thus the right age but its a catholic baptism (Charlotta was baptised in an Anglican ceremony as were the later generations on that line) and is after the main migration occurred so its unlikely as my Johannes is more likely to have originated in London to German migrants than have been a migrant. Does anyone have any experience with Palatine ancestry in England and know where to check to get something on Johannes and Marie?
Posted: 2019, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Marriage witnessed by Francis Adam Kerch MARYLEBONE 1820s.
In March I located a marriage record of a James Ferdinand Kirche Im researching and the marriage in the 1820s or 1830s was witnessed by his brother Francis Adam Kirche; however, that record vanished from my shoebox and now I cant locate it, as searches for James Ferdinand Kirche dont turn up this marriage (a James Kirk marrying in 1823 in Stepney is not him and the witness wasnt the one seeking either). Ive got the marriage of James when he was working as an interpreter servant living Great Woodstock Street Marylebone London stationed in Paris and married a Honorine Angelie Mullot, in which he lists his parents as Adam Kirche and Angel Hance (an Adam Kirche and Angelica Hanns were married in London 1796). Honorines parents on the Paris marriage are listed as Charles August Mullot and Marie Louisa Morine Fourneaux Groux, and Honorine has a sister Octavie Virginie Mullot married Nicolas Brochain on 29 November 1825. Adam Kirche, James and Francis Adams dad died in Great Woodstock Street in December 1825 only a month after James married in Paris with Honorine. However the Paris wife Honorine died pretty soon after this also and James married when he returned to London and was witnessed by his brother Francis Adam Kirche, who died in 1839 in Great Woodstock Street, Marylebone. James had witnessed Francis Adam Kirche marriage in 1830 with Mary Bellinger. I dont know what happened to the record in March but it vanished in my shoebox where Id saved it to check it out later. The marriage clearly stated that James Ferdinand Kirche was getting married and clearly listed the witness as Francis Adam Kirche although I cant remember what the spouses name was. The marriage was later than 1825 as thats the year James married in Paris and the Paris wife died and was earlier than 1839 because his brother died that year. Its very likely the marriage was in the 1820s as in April 1830 James has a daughter Caroline baptised at Great Woodstock Street, the same location as his brothers death nine years later and his father Adam Kirches death in December 1825. In that baptism James is still an interpreter servant and in 1834 he again turns up in France as an interpreter servant on some immigration record, interestingly mentioning he has one child with him but gives not her name; it seems he speaks French most likely through his mother and has made himself useful to a rich household through it, as hes channel hopping rather a lot and is promoted all the way to a butler when his daughter gets married in London many years later. No matter how many variants I try James Ferdinand Kirche, even changing it to James Couch, James Kirk or Jas Kerch or whatever, nothing turns up now and that record is just gone; Ive spent an hour searching through my shoebox on both my main tree and my one dedicated entirely to Kirche, Twitchett and other families during that time and place and it has vanished. I was wondering if theres anywhere I could use the witness as the search term instead and search Francis Adam Kirche. Thank you.
Posted: 2019, Member logged in: 2021
Searching for information or descendants of John Davis and wife Mary Ann nee Wealleans, living in Marylebone/Paddington area of London - married 3 June 1855 St Mary's church Paddington. John was a painter (father also John and a painter), living in Hall Park. Possibly two sons John Christopher Davis (born 1856) and James William Davis (born 1857).
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
Workhouse No 1 Northumberland St, Marylebone
My father was born at No 1 Northumberland St, St Marylebone and I have learnt that it was a Workhouse until 1965. (Now demolished and a PolyTec built on the site) I would like to find out when my grandmother was admitted and how long she was resident at the Workhouse, when my father left and with whom. Can anyone help me discover these details, as my grandmother has long passed away and I have no one to ask.The year I am seeking is 1922. Her name was Ida Dorothy TUCKER and my father was born November 6th 1922.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021
Robert HAYWARD born about 1797 and wife Jane born 1802 Devon had 3 children born in Marylebone -James 1826 Sarah Ann 1835 Robert 1837 and Jane 1838 in St Pancras. Robert was born in ? as on 1841 he gives Middlesex, 1851 Clinton Wiltshire 1861 Clinton Herefordshire, can't find one to fit. Would like to trace his parents. Jane who married Robert was born about 1802, but like Robert i 1841 gives place of birth as Middlesex, then as Melbury but gives Dorset and Devon, only one I can find is Devon. Would like to know her parentage also. Thank you.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
Maberly family
I am researching George Mablerl(e)y b1801 and his wife and their family. They had seven children. One daughter, Agnes b 1838 in St Marylebone, married Thomas Stevenson. Any information would be most helpful. thank you.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
red mail bradford
Looking for any details of William Bradford born circa 1817 originally from Devon who lived in Marylebone with his wife Sarah born approx 1818 census forms give her birth as Devon and also Marylebone address in 1861 is Carlisle Place Marylebone. I have found a marriage for a William Bradford and a Sarah Linton that seemed to fit all the facts - however on sending for the birth certs for Williams children the mothers name is given as Sarah Ford and not Linton. I have not been able to trace another marriage and I am now completly stumped.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Coster - Marylebone
Looking for information on Joseph Coster b abt 1797 not in Middx, wife Sarah b abt 1798, not Middxx. 1841 at Providence Place, both dead by 1851. Also anything on Mary Harmer b Marylebone 1843 , wife of George Coster married Kensington 1861, living Providence Place 1870s
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Alphonso Lewis Dallery
Alphonso Dallery married Hannah Smith 24 Dec 1809 in St. Marylebone Parish. His parents were Pierre-Alphonse Dallery and Elizabeth ____. Alphonso Dallery was a goldsmith. I am looking for more information about him, his parents or siblings and the origin of the family.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021

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