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red mail George William Rossiter
I am trying to trace data relating to George William Rossiter (and his family)who born circa 1899 and was living in West Hyde, Herts in 1924 when he married Beatrice Maud Gurney at Watford, Herts. His father was also called George William Rossiter and was deceased at the time of the marriage in 1924. In later life he lived in Morden, Surrey and worked for London Transport. I understand the family may have come from the Frome area.
red mail Bradbery Watercress farm 1800's
Looking for any information regards the BRADBERY'S of West Hyde & surrounding areas. The family were quite significant employers in the area & owned several properties there. Any piece of information greatly accepted. Dave
red mail Fowler
I am looking for the family of Eliza Fowler born in Mill End Rickmansworth ,her father was William Fowler. She was married to Henry Ford.
red mail Ford
I am looking for the family of Stephen Ford born 9th June 1865 son of Henry Ford and Eliza Fowler. He married Bessie Crossman 1st January 1891. Also his two brothers, Charles born 4th June 1856 and married Lizzy or Elizabeth Heam or Hearn 26th October 1878 and Thomas born 4th September 1863
red mail Robinson
I am looking for the Families of Frederick Charles Robinson born in 1871 and his sister Kate born 30th May 1875. Their father was William Thomas Robinson and their mother Eleanor Jane Munday
red mail West Hyde
I am researching the following names and would welcome any info please: Woods, Nutter, Grove, Carter (yes it's an unfortunate name I know)

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