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red mail Wallace family of Hanworth, Middlesex
Please can anyone help me to find a family tree for Vice Admiral Sir James Wallace of Hanworth? He died in 1803. I believe he was one of the ancestors of Alfred Russell Wallace (Darwin's contemporary and rival), and I know that he adopted one and possibly two orphaned children circa 1760 from one of whom I am descended. Any clues, however small, would be hugely welcomed.
red mail ALLEN
My grandparents WILLIAM and MINNIE (nee KEEN) ALLEN lived at St James Villas between 1900 and 1908. They had 3 daughters; Ethel (1900), Doris (1902) and Elsie (1908). William was a nurseryman.
red mail St George's Church Hanworth
Rev. William Hunter 1715 -1778 was the vicar of the parish church in Hanworth Middlesex from 1739 to 1778. Does anyone know anything more about him? Was he married? His will suggests not, but he may have been a widower when he wrote it. Did he leave any diaries or letters? Where was the Vicarage? The smallest scrap of information would be very much appreciated.
red mail Sir James Wallace - Hanworth
Is there a local historian who could tell me about a 'gentry' family named Wallace who lived in Hanworth late 18th - early 19th centuries,their house " had a turret and a lovely garden" I have been told that there are monuments to them in St George's Church. Associated names are Vere, Gray, Sleigh and Leigh Any information at all much appreciated.
red mail Gatfield marriage
Looking for marriage of Jane Gatfield to William Phelps/Phillips c.1849
red mail Robinson-Private Chauffer
Still seeking Ernest William Robinson my Great Grandfather who died 12 Feb 1954 (March quarter) Aged 76. I already have his death certificate which was registered by his son E. J. Robinson. Who was E J Robinson and are there any more family? I know about Ernest William's life in Brighton prior to 1899 but after idea…except he went to London and started a new life with a new family. I don't even know the name of his 'new' wife or when or where he married. He started his working life as a Groom in Brighton and at the time of death was a retired Private Chauffeur. I would like to get in touch with any of the Robinson Family who lived at 113 The Alders, Hanworth, Feltham Mdx.
red mail James Piper
I am looking for information on the life and death of James Piper, an RSPCA inspector killed on duty attempting to break up a cockfight in Hanworth in 1838. Any help gratefully received.
I am looking for information about Hanworth Lodge and the people who used to live in it. (Especially one lady who was a cat lover and was very upset when the lodge had to be demolished). The lodge was once situated where Grafton Close, Hanworth Road, Hounslow Middlesex is now. Unfortunately the Lodge was demolished in the 60’s to make way for the Grafton Close flats.
red mail Bamblett
Looking for information on the Bambletts who lived in Hanworth. I believe they came into the area from Surrey. The earliest member of the family I have found is Henry Bamblett b1801. His daughter was Emma b1834, who married William Maynard.
red mail Burrows
William Burrows was tried & convicted at the Old Bailey on 11 Jun 1849. Sentenced to life in prison & later transported to Western Australia. On his prison record from Pentonville it is recorded that he was visited by his mother Sarah who was living at Hanworth near Hounslow. On later records his father was named as Charles. Any info on this family would be greatly appreciated
red mail Gatfields of Middx
Daniel Gatfield was a blacksmith who founded a dynasty in this area, each son having many children and thus populating the area with the name. Any connections welcomed. Much information can be shared.
red mail Bushell
Have just started researching my maternal grandmother's line - Maude Bushell, born abt. 1887 in Bedfont, Middx. Her parents were Frederick and Hannah Bushell. Any information greatly appreciated.

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