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red mail What happened to Dr George Downing Tripp
Dr George Downing Tripp M.D.,M.R.C.P lived with his wife Arabella Charlotte at 9 Albert Road, St Pancras, Marylebone in 1851 The census for that year says that George and Arabella were both born in Bristol. They had four childen at that time and three servants. . After that they seem to vanish from the records, but I have rather flimsy evidence that George was alive in 1872. There was a son named Robert G,K,Tripp who at the Census 1851 was a student at King's College London. What happened to them? Did they succumb to some awful disease or did they emigrate without George?? Any help at all would be so very much appreciated
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Francis family 1800's
I am trying to find out more about this family John & Martha (unknown) FRANCIS. They had two children born/chr. in area - Elizabeth b 12/5/1797 c 2/7/1797 Marylebone John b 14/10/1800 c 26/10 1800 Marylebone Does anyone know anything about this family? Were there other children? Where were John Senior and Martha from? What was her maiden name? Any BMD info. or parents/siblings for John & Martha? Were they married in area? If so, what info. is on the marriage registry? Witnesses.... Any help gratefully received for this mystery couple. Being London, it's a very long shot but CF subscribers have found me some fantastic information in last year.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2018
red mail 11 Years Searching!!!!!
I am trying to find any information on the Marylebone Nursing home that existed in the London, possibly Fulham/ Hammersmith area in 1930's. I believe my Great Grandmother may have resided and died here..Can anyone help?
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Desperately Seeking Emma!!!
I have been searching for 11 years for a death record on my Great Grandmother Emma ( Stamper ) Dean...It is believed she may have gone London Way; possibly Fulham / Hammersmith in the 1930's from Stockton-On-Tees Durham.. There is some mention of a Nursing home called Marylebone, However I have not been able to find such a home... Can anyone please help!
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2018
red mail James Dent
I am searching for information on the background of James Dent who was married to Harriett Chalton. He was born in 1780 somewhere in Essex, married and was a butcher in Marlebone area before he was transported to Australia in 1816. Can anyone help me?
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Dyson
Information wanted on the Dyson family John Bristow Dyson born 1838 in St Marylebone son of John and Catherine(Mills) Dyson , John Bristow married Mary Ann Romain/e in Lambeth 1859, she died in 1872 and John married Jane Godden born Hants 1842.Knownchildren Albert Bristow Dyson and Edgar Dyson from first marriage, Edward John Samuel Dyson from second marriage.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Mills
Any information please about Catherine Mills my 2xgreat grandmother. I believe she originated in the London area but I know nothing about her family. She married John Dyson about 1834 and was living in St Marylebone when my great grandfather also John was born in 1838. I think they also had a daughter Caroline born 1835 who died as an infant. Anything about the Mills family would be gratefully received.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Lancashire
Looking for birth of Thomas Lancashire. On 1871 census he says he was born in Marylebone and gives his age as 20.On his marriage to Bridget Woods in 1872 he gives his fathers name as Robert Lancashire.I can find nobody on the 1861 census that match this. Any help would be appreciated. John
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Kemp/Stinton
I am searching for information on Susannah (Susan) Kemp born about 1846 in St John's Wood/Marylebone possibly to Richard Kemp & Jane Crowther, she had 8 children with George William Stinton born 1849 on the Isle of Wight, although they had the banns called 30th January/6th February & 13th February at Christ Church St Marylebone I can't find any record of their marriage,I would be interested in finding out why they didn't marry. Their eldest child was my great grandmother Louisa Stinton born 1871 in Marylebone
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Joyce/Carter
Gratefully received, any information on ancestry of my several times great grandparents (1) John William Joyce, bn about 1843, in Marylebone area, possibly son of a William Joyce, and (2) Eliza (Esther) Carter, daughter of Esther Carter, bn on 13 March 1846 in vicinity of Manchester Square. John William and Eliza (Esther) married in 1864, and had 4 children of whom 3 survived. Their surviving daughter Elizabeth Ann Catherine Joyce (bn abt 1865) married John William Overton. Eliza Joyce died abt 1875, and her children were cared for by Benjamin and Catherine Alger, who are described as grandparents, but were almost certainly not. John William Joyce is said to have remarried. Eliza may have been looked after, until 1856/58, by Henry and Eliza Downs, her mother Esther Carter having died in 1851. Various daughters of Richard Martin and his wife Sarah seemed to have looked after the Joyce/Carter clan (eg Catherine Alger, nee Martin, and Sophia Caldecourt, nee Martin), but are seemingly unrelated. Eliza Carter was almost certainly illegitimate, but gives her father's name (without occupation) as James Carter on her marriage certificate. In the 1840's/1850's the persons connected with Eliza Carter seemed to have lived in East Street and North Street in Marylebone. THere is a confusing entry in the 1841 census to a Boyce family with similar christian names living close Benjamin Alger and Henry Downs, but this is not a mispelling of Joyce, but a different family, the connection, though, being that the "wife/mother", Eunice Boyce, was another Martin sister, although interestingly the surname Joyce does appear to be mispelt as Boyce in a later census when the Joyce orphans were living with the Algers.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2017

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