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red mail Clarendon Road Fire
I've recently discovered my Great Grandparents property in Clarendon Road, Reading, was damaged in a storm on Christmas Day during the early 1950's. A tree fell through the roof after being struck by lightning. A lot of damage was caused as a result of the fire. The shock was too much for my Great Grandmother who died shortly after. My Great Grandfather, William Arnold, was an Estate Groom at the Lord Mayor Treloar Hospital and College. He died on Christmas Day, 1950. My Great Grandmother, Emma Charlotte Arnold, died 15th Jan 1954.
red mail HAMILTON
I am interested to hear from anyone researching the HAMILTON/HAMBLEDON families of Earley & Sonning, Berks.
red mail BOWDEN, George
George BOWDEN was my gt. gt. grandfather born 1846. On the 1881 census he named his place of birth as Earlywood. He married my gt. gt. grandmother Jane (maiden name unknown) who was, I think, from nearby Coley, (although on the 1881 census he named her place of birth as Coolbrook, which cannot be found, I think this is what he meant as there is a brook in Coley). Who were there parents and siblings. Any information gratefully appreciated.
red mail ATTWELLs in Earley
I would be interested to hear from anyone with knowledge of the ATTWELL family who lived in Earley Court Cottages at the time of the 1881 census. John worked as a gardener aged 32; his wife Elizabeth (nee DAWKINS) worked as a laundress whilst caring for their children Ada Mary (b c1876)and John George Herbert (aka George b c1879). Amy was born there in 1881 after the census was taken.
red mail Surname Pizzey/ Pezzey
Looking for any info re.John Pizzey & daughter Mary Pizzey/Pezzey about 1830s +/- . Mary Sonning 1848 to Thomas Flower, Blacksmith, & prob.lived Earley. Later moved to West Ham area of London. I have no details of John Pizzey, Mary's father. Any info no matter how small, please.
red mail Blacksmith
My Greatgrandfather Thomas Flower was Blacksmith living at Earley in 1840s (on his marriage certificate). "Blacksmith's Cottage", Earley, appears in 1891 Census but with a subsequent person's name. Thomas's father John Flower was also a Blacksmith. Trying to (a) locate Thomas's home and (b)trace location of John Flower, Blacksmith, about 1830s onwards.

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