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Richard C Banister/ Victoria Radcliffe
looking for info. on Victoria Radcliffe who trained as a Nurse at Hull royal Infirmary, along with my wife Kathleen Troy. Victoria we beleive went back to St. James's Hospital Leeds after she completed her training in Hull. would like to get back in touch with Victoria. Kathleen t.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
Philip Ashton
Hi, I have a soldiers service hand book. His name is or was Philip Ashton born 4 th January 1922 enlisted 23 April 1942.. He was attached to the royal signals and was a L/corporal. The address given is his Fathers Leopold Ashton c/o Westminster Bank 62 Victoria Street London. Do you know of him? If you get in contact i will explain how i came by the book! Hope this finds it's correct home!! Thanks Arthur
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
Charles Smetzer worked for printing department of the Foreign Office.
Hi All I have a relation mentioned in a court case at the Old Bailey. He was a witness, His name is Charles Smetzer. see extract from the court case, below. Charles Smetzer worked for printing department of the Foreign Office. Wellington Guernsey, Theft > simple larceny, 13th December 1858. Wellington Guernsey was indicted for stealing 10 printed papers, 10 other papers, and 10 pieces of paper, of Our Lady the Queen. Mr. Attorney-General, with Mr. Serjeant Ballantine, Messrs. Wilsby, Bodkin, and Clerk conducted the Prosecution. Witness:- Charles Smetzer. Is there any way I can get access to Charles Smetzer`s employment records from the Foreign Office or any other records related to his work. Darryl
Posted: 2008, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
London - Bleeding Heart Yard - Charles Walker jeweller
Charles Walker is given as the father of Mary Walker, who married Edward Buckee a metal worker/brazier/farrier and seemed to have about 30 children, one of whom, William born 1855 was my grandfather. The area seems to be close to what is now Hatton Gdns etc. Charles could have been born about 1790 and seems to have married Ann?
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
Walford Family
I am looking for any information on Edward and Sarah WALFORD (nee COOK). They had thirteen children including my great, great grandfather John Edward WALFORD born in Maiden Lane in 1822. Edward was a tea dealer and John Edward, who married Eliza LAMB at St Botolph, Aldgate in 1845, was a builder. He was common councilman of Bread Street ward 1874-1904 and as chairman of the City of London School Committee in 1880 he laid the foundation stone of the new school buildings on the Embankment.
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2021
thomas williams 1851 census
Trying to find any information regarding an entry in the 1851 census for Thomas Williams wife Mary and child Albert.This was St Mary Newington in Southwark.Could this be my relative Thomas Williams b.1812 Helston Cornwall.? He was a Printer Compositer by trade.Any help really appreciated.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2020
red mail george Hill, coiner
looking for George Hill, Coiner in the Royal Mint, about 1890, wife could be Catherine, son John born abt 1873 sailed to Australia and married there in 1895, marriage certificate shows father as "George Hill a Coiner in R Mint"
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Firmans born within earshot of the Bow Bells
I am doing my husbands family tree, which is proving difficult. William George Firman as we knew him was my husbands grandfather, he was born within earshot of the Bow Bells, London, about 1873. He ran away from home when he was fourteen to join a circus / fair, and spent his life travelling fairs in the North East. I have his death certificate, he died in Stockton in 1918, his age on certificate was 45, his occupation was Travelling Showman. I have been unable to find his Birth and Marriage Certificates. I have been told he married in Durham. The mother of the children was Elizabeth Ann Robson. Children were born in Easington, Hartlepool, Morpeth, Durham areas. Any information at all on this elusive person would be absolutely great. Regards Christine
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Thomas Cripps
Looking for the birth of Thomas Cripps who married Rebecca Hunt in 1815 in Christchurch, Newgate, or information on any of their children. Maria 1816, Thomas 1818, Mary Ann 1822, Amelia 1824, Rebecca 1826, Richard 1828, Charlotte 1830, Susanna 1833 and Roseanna 1836.
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2019
red mail West or Westfallen
After his arrival in Australia in 1885 my man was known as Martin Westfallen. His birth believed to be about 1857 somewhere in England. His mother known to be Eliza Green b. 1834 in Aldermaston, Berkshire. Prior to arriving in Australia he is believed to have gone by the name West (?Martin West). No known birth details. Any suggestions to glean some info. from so little background would be great. Serena
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2018

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