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red mail Upper Charlton Street. Marylebone
In 1901 Mary Ann Ward nee McSweeny age 49 widow of James H. Ward, was living at 26 Upper Charlton Street, Marylebone with her family. Eleanor 26, Louisa 24, Florence 22, Eliza 20, James 19, Lillian 15 and Ethel 9. Looking for any further information or descendants.
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2019
red mail St, Marylebone
Ella Wilhelmina Wilkinson born 1906 Cleveland Street, Marylebone daughter of Henry George and Ella Maud Wilkinson nee Snelling. Married George Harborne Chambers in 1935. Looking for any descendants.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2019
red mail St. Marylebone
Florence Julia Wilkinson born 1881 most likely in Marylebone, daughter of Thomas Witty and Elizabeth Ann Wilkinson nee Hosier. Married Benjamin William Godfrey in 1901 in Christ Church St.Pancras. Looking for any descendants.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2019
red mail St.Marylebone
Thomas Witty Wilkinson born 1865 son of Thomas Witty and Elizabeth Ann Wilkinson nee Hosier. Married Elizabeth Beatrice Dale in 1889 Trinity Church Marylebone. 1901 living at 29 Harley Mews Marylebone. Children: Cyril 1894, Thomas 1897 and Arthur 1900. Looking for any descendants.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Edwards Family
Looking for any reference to six brothers all born 10 Walmer Street Marylebone. David Edward John born 1872, Joseph Charles 1874, Charles Cook 1877, Lionel 1880, Ernest Henry 1882 and Albert Edward 1887. Father David Edwards, mother Rosina Charlottenee Robathan. Looking for any descendants.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2019
red mail St.Matthews Church, Marylebone
Samuel Ward Richard SEWARD born 1878 in Marylebone, married in 1903 to Martha Annie LEE nee LIMER, this was her second marriage. Were there any children? Martha already had daughter`s Hilda Grace Limer, and Maud Maria Lee.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2019
red mail John`s Yard, Marylebone
In 1901 Charles Still age 51, greengrocer was living with wife Margaret at 4 John`s Yard Marylebone.Children Alfred 18, Annie 16, Arthur 14, Nellie(Helen) 10, Florence 7 and Ethel 4. Looking for any descendants.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Assington Buildings, Marylebone
In 1901 Herbert ZEBEDEE age 30, was living with wife Emma nee STILL at D Block, Assington Buildings, Marylebone, together with son Harry age 1. Looking for any descendants.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Geoghegan
Trying to trace the wareabouts of Elizabeth Geoghegan before 1878 she had a daughter in 1877/8 in Queen Charlottes Hospital in Marylebone Middlesex I am looking for any information of her wareabouts before,her dob was 1854 not sure of birth place I have all the later information from 1877 but not before.Her daughters name was Marie.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2019
red mail HERBERT Family
I am researching the HERBERT Family who had their four children Christened in St Marylebone Church, Marylebone between 1783 and 1800. The Parents were Henry HERBERT and wife Elizabeth. The children Catherine (1783-1784), James (1785), William Saville (1788-1831), Charles (1800). There is a record of a Henry HERBERT being buried in St Marylebone in August 1815 aged 65. I can't verify if this is the man I am looking for. I have information on William Saville HERBERT but nothing on the others. I am particularly interested in learning the surname of Elizabeth. To my knowledge this family is not related to any of the aristocratic HERBERTS that were lurking around the area at the time.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2019

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