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red mail george webb memorial
I would like general information on this memorial and george webb Many thanks
red mail jean parish (adopted)
desperatly trying to find any information on formally Jean parish. adopted at a very young age due to father dying around early 40s. fathers name charles earnest parish. mother remarried possibly bigs or brigs. mothers original name olive searby charles and olive married in market raisen lincolnshire.
red mail Barrett Harper Stafford family
I would like to have any information about my great grandmother Catherine Cecelia Barrett nee Harper and her family. She was married to William Barrett a leather worker or currier who was dead by 1918(I don't know the circumstances of his death) and lived in Kirkham Street for many years. She was born around 1868.I do not know where the Harper family home was perhaps Norfolk. She took on the care of my father William George Barrett in 1920 when his mother Louise Barrett nee Stafford died from the complications of his birth and influenza. William Henry Barrett my grandfather was a Corporal in the Royal Horse Artillery in the 1st World War and then in India. William Henry's brothers were Tom,John and Henry and he had sisters called Cecelia and Agnes. William Henry died in Streatham in 1958 having remarried Alice Agnes in 1937. I know very little about the Staffords. I know that Louise worked as a munition worker in the Woolwich Arsenal in the 1st World War and she died aged 28 after being married aged 25 in October 1918. Her father Arthur Henry Stafford was a brass founder in the Arsenal. I believe that she may have had a brother and I don't even know her mother's name. I would be grateful for any information and will willingly share any info. about the family. Thankyou Jane
red mail Standen in Plumstead and Sydenham Kent
Looking for Thomas and Elizabeth Standen. They had a daughter Sarah Maria Standen, born Sydenham Kent bap. Plumstead in 1828. Who were Thomas and Elizabeth . Do you have them on your tree.
red mail Poole Family
I am looking for information about the Poole family who lived on or near Plumstead Common in the 1800's. George and Angelina are on the 1861 census living in Princes road which does not seem to exist anymore. Any info please
red mail JOHNSTON
My Great Great Grandfather, James was at the marriage of his son, (my Great Grandfather)Robert to Mary Ann (Fletcher)in the Christ Church Shooters Hill on the 25/12/1883. They were married by John L. Masters. Roberts wife Mary Ann's father was James Thomas Fletcher. On the 11th July 1884, Robert and Mary Ann gave birth to a son Robert James. Their Residential Address was recorded as 12 Mars Terrace; Cresent Rd. Plumbstead. Any help or information will be greatly appreciated.
red mail Cannon Family
I am interested in tracing members of the Family of Walter and Hannah Cannon. They lived 126 Alabama Street, Plumstead Common. I believe there were 8 children : including Hannah, Minnie, Henry, and Dorothy. Hannah married Nelson Woolsey, Minnie married William "Bill" Hooker, and Dorothy Married Thomas King. The family home was in Alabama Street. Very happy to share my information with all parties.
red mail Suffolk immigrants
I am researching the family Woolsey who originated from the Suffolk area. They arrived in Woolwich and Plumstead Common in the early 1830's, and James Woolsey worked for the Royal Arsenal. One daughter married Robert Hopgood, who owned or was the manager of a public house. One son moved to Bromley, whilst 2 other sons worked as farmers. I am particularly interested in any information cocnerning the marriages of the other 6 children. Will share the information I have with interested parties.
red mail Traylen or Goodfellow
I am looking for information on my Grandfather, James Traylen, or any other connections with the family,who lived at Plumstead Common SE18, in the late 18th, and early 19th century.He had three children Florence, Jim and Sydney. His wife died when Florence (my mother ) was six. He did marry again and had two step daughters . one was called Rose and I think she moved to Lincoln. He worked in the Woolwich Arsenal until he retired. The family allways lived in the same street, but moved along a couple of doors, probably in the early 1900's.James Traylen would have died around the late 1930's when he would probably have been in his seventies. During his later life he lost a leg. His daughter Florence married Frank Goodfellow, who came from Hither Green and lived their married life in the same house. Frank was in the Air Force in 1st world war. Later he worked on the railways for many years, as a telegraph signalman and later a platelayer.I think his mother's name was Eliza or Elizabeth Affection, she may have been part West Indian or other nationality and in her youth lived as a companion to another little girl. I believe his father was also a James, surname Goodfellow, originaly from Scotland, lived in Southwark/Bermondsey, then Hithe...

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