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Holland, Ayres,
I am seeking information on Edward Holland, born about 1785. He was married to Elizabeth Ayres in St Pancras in 1809. She was born about 1788 in Leatherhead, Surrey. Any details about either of these would be much appreciated.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
BEHARRELL family from Bury, Huntingdon
I have Walter Wm BEHARRELL born 1901 Marylebone who married Lily Louisa MADDOCK of Paddington does anybody know of these? I have traced the Beharrell's back to Bury, Huntingdon
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
Jacobs, Crews, marriage London 1842
I am looking for information about Emma Jacobs, who married Isaac Crews in the Parish Church of St Bride, London on 31 October 1842. Her father was Thomas Jacobs, coachman. The witnesses were William Jacobs amd Anna Jacobs. I would be most grateful for anything that will help me identify her further: she was my gg grandmother.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2021
red mail REED
I would welcome any information about the family of THOMAS REED. He was a fishmonger and lived in Upper York Street and Seymour Place. He married Phebe Church in St Mary's Bryanstone Squarere in July 1847. I cannot find any information about his death or what happened to him after 1871. His wife died in 1902 in St John's Almhouses.
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2021
red mail STANLEY
William Charles Stanley was a coachman who lived with his wife Louisa in Devonshire Mews. They had the following children:- Ann, Louisa Jane, Charles George, Amelia Eliza, Emma Sarah, Clarissa nad Harriet Rosina. Charles died in 1847 aged 70. His wife re-married and most of the family moved to Sutton, Surrey.
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2021
red mail goatley
Any information appreciated about GEORGE GOATLEY and his wife SUSANNAH who lived in Oxford Market in 1851. He was a coachman and came from the Speen/Newbury area of Berkshire. Their children were John, Eliza, William, and Edward.
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Manchester Square 1930s
I am trying to find out if there were any Catholic establishments in Manchester Square in the 1930s - particularly the Daughters of Charity, particularly in the first part of 1939.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2021
red mail St Vincent's Catholic Primary School
St Vincent's Catholic Primary School opened at 14 Blandford Street, St Marylebone, London W1 in 1938. Thirtyfive of the children were evacuated to Keynsham (Bristol area) in September 1939 on account of the Blitz, among them Elizabeth ('Betty') Michaux. Do you know of anyone else who attended this school at this time?
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2021
Cullen Family
I am researching my family history and looking for any information on Walter Leroy Cullen, he married Amey Smith in Marylebone on 7th Feb 1852 , they had a son Walter William who was born in 1854, they lived at 1b Adam Street and Walter Leroy was a baker. I know Walter William the son went to live in Somerset with grandparents about 1861 but I have been unable to find any information on Walter Leroy Cullen or Amey Smith after 1854. Thank you if you can help
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2020
red mail William James Fisher
I am trying to get more information on William James Fisher who was born about 1869 in St Martin in the Fields. He must have moved at sometime to Hartlepool, County Durham and married Amelia Mason in 1890. She then died in 1895 or 97 and he then married Minnie Jane Fisher. If anybody has any information on him especially his childhood I would be very grateful.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2020

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