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red mail Weedon(Weadon)-Whyberry
Edward Weedon (Weadon),Occn. Brewer, married Sarah Whyberry 1st Oct. 1792 at Chipping Barnet. Presumably born abt. 1770 . I haven't been able to get any further information on either Edward or Sarah and would be very interested to know if anyone has them in their tree. They had at least three children (all bapt. Monken Hadley) Elizabeth, 1792, Susannah 1794 and Edward, 1797,who was my grandfather, a Hackney Cab Proprietor in the Kings Cross area of Middlesex.
red mail Rae family
Looking for descendents or information about the Rae family. James and his wife Mary. James moved to Chipping Barnet in the 1880's from Glasgow, and remained there until his death in 1902. There were several children of the marriage listed on the 1901 census, among them Alexander, J essie, Robert, John, William, Thomas and Ellen. At this time they lived at West End Lane, Chipping Barnet. In the 1911 Census there is no mention of any Rae at this address, although there is a John, (parents James and Mary), at Lancaster Road, Barnet
red mail CLARKE / DOE
John Clarke married Dorcas Doe 1686 - looking for parentage
red mail bailey
i am looking for any baileys that lived in and around chipping barnet from 1830 to 1860 approx.many thanks
red mail Field and Canfield families
Would like to know any information relating to The Field and Canfield families in Chipping Barnet. James Field b 1796 married Catherine (Kitty) Canfield, their children were Thomas b1815, James b1817, George b1818, Emma b 1820. Thomas married Ann Carter and migrated to Australia 1842, George transported to Tasmania 1843. Please get in touch if this information relates to your family history.
red mail hennell
looking for any infor. about the hennells . also a mary ann fox. married a william hennell in 1823.
Thomas John Hasler
I am looking for information on Thomas John HASLER who was born at Great Waltham, Essex in 1876 the son of John Hasler, farmer and Alice Sarah Hasler nee PARSONS and was married to Maria CHAPMAN at New Southgate on 22 Jan 1901. His adress was 60 High St Chipping Barnet and he was a grocer's traveller at the time of his marriage. In the 1901 census he was living at South Mimms.He had a younger brother called Edmund Samuel Hasler. Any info re Thomas John Hasler's children, if any and later life gratefully received.
red mail Knight
Am interested in Daniel,Samuel and George Knight from Chipping Barnet and North Mimms. Also has anyone come across the name Searancke Catherdine? Any help appreciated.
red mail PUMFREY
Searching for Pumfreys in and around London who descended from Samuel Pumfrey of Rotherhithe born 1773- initially came from Worcester.He had 3 sons Thomas, william & Francis born around 1800
Looking for William or James Wille
I'm trying to trace William Wille who was born in High Barnet in 1817 and his father James Wille who was a carpenter. William Wille married Belinda Coles in 1845 and went to live in Hoxton Square Shoreditch.
Williams Family
searching for any living relatives of Bessie Rose(Ada),Hilda,Phyllis,Jack,Stanley Rees and William Edward-children of John(police constable)and Rose Gwendoline Williams nee Pyke of 8,St Stephens Rd,Barnet.Roderick Williams still a mystery
Chipping Barnet Baptist Church
I am seeking information re the above church. I believe my grandfather (Herbert Fisher) was a Sunday School there in the fourties and fifties. They tell me they only keep records for fifty years. Any help would be appreciated. I was also baptized there in 1948.
red mail Hunt Family, Wood Street
James and Lucy Hunt from 1846 until after 1901; they had a number of children, including Lucy Maria who married James Seadon Tricker in 1880s.
red mail Family Research
Researching Loader, Maffey, Benham, Webb, Girt, Platt, Eames, Pomfrey, Wright. Other interest are Littlechild and Tozzi. Barnet Barracks - 7th Kings Royal Rifles,60th Kings Royal Rifles and Middlesexx Militia(late 1800's), 33rd Searchlight and TA c1938+ , army battalions raised in Barnet WW1(sent to Greece, France etc)

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