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red mail Valentine
Morning, Could anyone advise please as to where the electoral rolls could be kept for Albert Road, address 70 pavillions terrace in 1897. (woolwich ) I have been to the heritage centre in greenwich and they couldnt help and also the town hall. I am looking for the valentines, leslie charles harry who lived there before he joined the army at woolwich in 1897 and then the navy at chatham. 20 years of research long story as it probably is with many of us. No birth certificate even after having employed researchers over the years, but marriage cert, naval, army and death . I would like to know who lived with him at this address so it may shed some light on the rest of the family, a lot of it ie his dad leslie henry may have been made up . Born 25 April 1881 or 1882. Really need this info as a last straw ! Thank you .
red mail frederick or harry fulcher descendants of.
Looking for descendants of Frederick or Harry/James Fulcher. Also Alexander Fulcher all brothers born 1886 1888 and 1883. parents John Robert and Hannah. Living at 89 Albert Road East Ham as at 1901 census.All were paper cable machinists.They also had a sister living at same address Adelaide, That very possibly went on to marry Herbert Warriker.She also was a paper cable machinist.Any info. on these people would be great.They were my great aunts and uncles.Maybe there has been a name change but there must be some descendants somewhere. Thankx.
red mail Frank Knight: The Lord Napier
Frank was the son of Elizabeth and Alfred Knight. He was the brother of Walter Alfred Knight, Minnie, James, Fred, Rose and Harry. Frank ran The Lord Napier in the early 1900s. Minnie ran The Red House, James The Sidney Arms and Rose The British Queen. I'm hoping that information about any of the above people will lead me to birth information about Walter Alfred Knight.
Albert Ford
I am trying to find out more about my Great uncle Albert Ford and family. Albert was the youngest son of George and Maria Ford and his sister Louisa was my gran. I have been told by an elderly relative that he lived at "Albert" which is a cummunity near Albert Dock. This is in the North Woolwich area. If anyone knows of this place or the family then I would like to hear from them.
red mail Howard Woolwich.
I am trying to trace my great great grandfather Robert Howard he was a military tailor, my greatgrandmother Annie Howard was born in 1864 at Woolwich. She married Harry Slater Fletcher 19th September 1885 by this time Robert Howard had died, a witness at the wedding was Rose Ellen Howard, (a sister or mother?)The wedding was at Nottingham, unable to trace Annie Howard's birth certificate, any help please.
Annie Loader - North Woolwich
I would love to hear from anyone who might possibly be able to trace back to this lady. She would have been my great aunt born around 1880, her maiden name was Flint. I believe she had six children, George, Edith, Ernest, Bill, Jessie and Alec, unfortunately I have no other details. Annie had a sister Margaret and three brothers, Albert, William (Bill) and Henry.
Did anyone have relative who worked here. My grandad John William Church (born 1887) was a fireman there just before breakout of second wold war. Anyone else have relatives as such.
red mail Hall family, North Woolwich
I'm looking for information on my grandfather's family - Arthur Hall was born in Winifred St in 1906, he had a brother and sister and his father, Tom Hall, was awarded several medals and was also a boxer. They were related to the Hennessy family, one of whom was a bare knuckle fighter and I believe quite well known in the area around the late 1800s, early 1900s. I'm basically after any information about any of them.
red mail Hornsey family
I'm looking for anyone searching for Hornsey relatives. My great great grandfather, Alfred John Hornsey (born 1828) and his siblings were born in Woolwich. Several members of the family eventually lived in North Woolwich. Alfred, his father William and his brothers William, Edward and George were Waterman.
red mail Jack Samms
Hello ! I'm looking for information regarding Jack Samms. He was the Grandfather of my Grandad 'Jack' Porter(Frederic John Porter). Jack Samms was apparently something of a celebrity back then being the British Army Boxing Champion and having (I believe) 7 beautiful daughters. There was even a song written about him but I can only remember the one line : " Everyone in Woolwich knows Old Jack Samms & his daughters O !" If anyone knows anything more or knows where I could find out more I'd be extremely grateful. Thankyou! Karl.J.Claridge
red mail Search Family Of North Woolwich/west Ham
I am researching my family history and would like any info on the above family. Joseph James and Sarah jane lived at 66 Queens Road in 1901 He was a beer house keeper.

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