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William Bridgeman
William Bridgeman born between 1784 and 1789 at St,Giles Cripplegate - married to Ann Bailey on 16.10.1826 - I am trying to find who his grandparents were. His father was John and mother Sarah Lambert. Areas known to have lived in are Hackney - All Saints Poplar. They may have spelt their name without the 'e' i i.e. Bridgman.
Senols family
Seeking any information on the Senols family. They first appear in records from late 1700's. There are very few of them, so i suspect there was a spelling change of the name at around this time, or the arrived form elsewhere. Nearly all available references are around Cripplegate.
red mail James Clark / William Henry Rawlings
James Clark was born in Cripplegate in 1814, his mother was called Elizabeth but I dont know his fathers name. He was married to Rhoda. William Henry Rawlings was born in Cripplegate in 1826. His son, also William Henry, married James Clark's grandaughter, Elizabeth Frances Pell, in 1880. Does anyone have any further info on James Clark or William Henry Rawlings of Cripplegate please?
red mail Thomas Scott
Born in Cripplegate some time in 1855 according to Census records but I can't find his birth entry in the indexes. His father Anthony was a tailor from Sligo in Ireland. I have his marriage and death certificates but they don't help.
Central London District School
Looking for the family of Paul Stokes born in Cripplegate c1854 who was admitted to the Central London Disrict School at Hanwell in June 1856.
red mail Askey family
Henry Askey b.1837 married Elizabeth Ros(e)man b.15.11.1838 he lived at 7 Milton Street and she lived at 5 Milton Street, Cripplegate when they got married on 12.12.1858. They had six children - Elizabeth, Henry, Charles, Polly, Sarah, Edward and Fredrick. I have more family history but would welcome more information.

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