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red mail Friends
I am looking for Ron and Betty Sharpe brother and sister who was a friend of my sister Pat in the 1950`s my sister would like to get in touch with them. Terry.
red mail Frederick Adolphus Baldwin and family
Looking for living descendants of Frederick Adolphus Baldwin Born c1859 in Hackney and wife Hannah nee Shelley B1855 in Bermondsey and died 1936 in Hornsey. They married in 1880 in Lambeth. Known children are Frederick B1881, Ernest B1886 and Elise B1883. In 1929 Hannah was living in Ravenstone Road, Hornsey
red mail Mullord
of Camberwell, Hoxton New Town, Kentish Town, Islington, St Pancras, Hornsey, Leigh on Sea
red mail Preston Court High Street Hornsey
Does anyone have an ancestor who lived at this address in the 1870/80s? I should be interested to hear from them. Tony
red mail William and Alfred BAYLEY
Looking for any information on William BAYLEY born 1800 in Hornsey or his son Alfred BAYLEY born 1849 also in Hornsey
red mail Caleb King & Mary Ann Gregory
Caleb King & Mary Ann Gregory were married Apr 7, 1880 in Hornsey. I am looking for any information about the couple and their marriage.
red mail Louis Farrell/ rosebery garage crouch end
Looking for any information relating to Louis Farrell or Ellen gilbert. He was a chauffer who resided at the above adress in 1929.
red mail 2 montague rd hornsey 1929
I am loooking to trace an ellen Gilbert who was a general domestic servant at this address in 1929.Her home address is given as 129 westbury ave woodgreen. Please contact if you haver any information about Ellen or anything relating to these adresses. Thankyou.
red mail Leeks/Lunn Family
Looking for information regarding Albert Charles Leeks who married Susannah Bevis in 1893 in Edmonton but in 1901 was living in Southview Road, Hornsey with Angelina. Children were Louisa, Alice, Ada and Philip. They were all born with the surname Leeks but Philip was later known as Philip LUNN and on his death certificate Philip Leeks LUNN. Thanks
red mail John Ashton, gardener, resident in or near Hornsey around 1850
John Ashton was my great great grandfather. He moved to Hornsey from Manchester around 1850 to become Head Gardener on a large estate. He had 4 children, one of whom, Alice, married Jules Cardon probably in the 1870's. They owned a restaurant in Rathbone Place, Westminster. I would be interested in any further information concerning the Ashton/Cardon families.
red mail Kimpton or Kempton
Researching Great Grandmother Mary Kimpton ?. Father was John and he was a jeweller. Mary born in New York city in 1835. Family returned to England later. Mary married Robert Kimber Johns at St. Marys parish at Hornsey in 1858. They emigrated to Canada in 1871.
red mail looking for my family in hornsey
does anyone have any info on the Gill family, many of whom lived in or were married in Hornsey.
red mail Fleet Family
I am looking for information on my Grandmothers family, she had a sister Beatrice, brothers Walter and Frederick their parents name was Walter and Sarah Fleet. the address i found was 6, Brighton Terce. I would like to hear if there were any more children. My Grandmother and Beatrice married Brothers Albert and Eli Jelley.
red mail Farmer
32 Northwood Road,Hornsey.Trying to trace what happened to a John H J Farmer and his family.They were at this address in 1901 before moving to 1 Norman Villas,Archway Road,Highgate.John was a Butcher's Manager.At the time of his marriage in 1897 he lived at Norman Villas too.
red mail MUSSABINI
If anyone out there is researching the Mussabini family, whose addresses included Perth Road, Hornsey, Middlesex. 3 King Street, Covent Garden London. 118 Salcott Road, Burlington Grove, London SW. And 58 Bennerley Road, London, please contact me. Neveles (may be Neocles) G Mussabini was listed as a Public accountant in the 1871 census and a journalist in 1881. He was born in Turkey. His wife was Aline R Mussabini who was born in France. N G Mussabini was a prolific letter writer. I am not related but have some interesting documents.
red mail pimm
looking for people who lived in Westfield Gardens Hornsey in 1872
Looking for any one who may have known ELIZA TAYLOR. Eliza was put into a home for girls when her parents died, The home was Hornsey Villa, her parents would have been George Taylor and Matilda Taylor.Sandra
Redvers Horace Porter
Looking for decendents of Redvers Horace Porter( known as Bob) born 24/6/1901 son of James Porter and Henrietta Victoria( nee Lacey).Also had sisters Doris, Lilian Victoria, Henrietta Mildred and Elsie.In 1901 census family were living in Hornsey Middlesex. Any help appreciated.
Sarah born c1767 married ? Blake
Sarah was born in Hornsey (maiden name unknown) but a later census shows Sarah Blake widdow and mother-in-law living in Kent with her married daughter Harriet Goodger. Does anyone know Sarah's maiden name please or any other information on her or her husband.
red mail Thursby, Alfred W - WW1
He was born in Hornsey,1892, his parents were Alfred and Ann (Hust) Thursby. He was killed in action 3/3/1915 while serving with the Kings Royal Rifles, (service no. 9953) no known grave but his name appears on the Le Touret Memorial in France. Although his residence at the time is listed as New Southgate, I wondered if his name appears on either the Hornsey War Memorial or whether there is a War Memorial in New Southgate which shows his name. Please can anyone add any further information?
red mail William Head - Hornsey - Hounslow Barracks
Looking for info on William Head private at Hounslow Barracks 1901 born circa 1884 believe from Middlesex area. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
SHEPPARD, Edward Thomas, born 1870 in Bethnal Green, married MARSHALL Ann J. or "Annie", 3 Oct 1896 at St. Peter's, Bethnal Green. Ann MARSHALL was born about 1872 in Pimlico according to 1901 Census. On that Census they are at 13, Courcy Road, Hornsey and Edward SHEPPARD is a Boot Machinist (his Father's trade). No children shown. Info. thereafter inconclusive. (Edited to correct Census date, 18 Nov 2007.)
red mail HART from Hornsey
1881 & 1891 Census shows William & Letitia Hart and family living at Campsbourne Road in the Parish of St Mary's, Hornsey. They had a son, George,born 1885, who I think might be my grandfather. My grandfather's name on his marriage cert was George Henry. I would be most grateful if there is someone who could check the baptismal records for me to see if William & Letitia's George was baptised as George Henry. OR if someone could point me in the right direction to find that info.
red mail Button,
Seeking information on three daughters of Jonathon Button who were working in Hornsey at the time of the 1881 census. Jonathon Button b 1832 Westleton lived with his sister and her husband, William & Hannah FULLER at Lowestoft in 1851. He married Jane Hannah CRISP do John and Phoebe (b 1832 Rushmere) at Lowestoft in 1855 and they had 11 children. Particularly seeking information on the fate of Jane Hannah who appeared in the 1871 census with her husband but no records since then. In 1881 Jonathon was record as married, a Master Mariner,living a 2 Lake Lothing Tce, Lowestoft with his 11 year old son John Samuel, and his housekeeper was Dorothy Hardy, aged 47, widow, born Sunderland, Durham. He had three surviving daughters living in London - Alice Jane b 1859 was servant for Mary MILSOM at 133 Wilbeforce Rd, Hornsey, Jessie Charlotte (1860 - 1883) was a servant for Samuel COOK at 75 Finsbury Park Rd, Hornsey, and Laura was a servant for Henry VAUGHAN at Bruce House, 101 Wilbeforce Rd, Hornsey. These streets ran paralell a block apart.
red mail Cox's of Hornsey
Does anyone know of any Cox's in Crouch End Hornsey in the 18th - 19th Century
red mail Bell, Woodhouse
Am trying to trace my grandmother's parents Donald Bell & Alice Maud Bell(nee Woodhouse). They lived at 83, Park Rd, Hornsey, Edmonton when she was born, Joyce Iris Bell, 25 Mar 1920. (She was actually born at 77 Bridport Rd, Edmonton). Donald was a Blacksmith (journeyman)& it is believed in the family that his family were Scottish, but unsure if that is fact or simply deduced from the name? Any info about any of these people or their families & origins would be very welcome.
red mail Hornsey Middlesex
I am interested in any old photos of Hornsey in particular Fortis Green Road and Turnpike Lane. Especially in the late 1890's-1900's
red mail Popham
George Popham b 1845/6(Bridgwater,Som) married Clementina Mary Ann Hurford b 1861(E Stonehouse,Devon) at the Parish Church,St Mary Horsey 1882.
red mail EVANS
Emily LANE (1856-)married Alfred George EVANS, (ca 1857-), Hatter, in St Pancras, 1887, and they lived at 7 Hewitt Road, Hornsey. No known children, but Emily's unmarried sister Louisa LANE (1853-) lived with them. Both sisters were born Swallowcliffe, Wilts, their father was Stafford Moore LANE, their mother Louisa FUTCHER.
red mail Butterfield
William Henry Butterfield born Hornsey about 1804 Father was Thomas(occ.1850 Beadle) Any information please
red mail Harris family
Looking for any info about William Hamilton Harris (known as Joe) and/or his family. William was born in 1846 and immigrated to New Zealand. His daeth cert reports he was born at Hornchurch but other relatives state it was Hornsey.
looking for history
Leonard Henry Ball b 1867 marr Bertha1891.Had children Norma and Bertha.Lived at 38 Weston Park in 1901,Leonard son of Decimus Ball and Anne Jackson,sister of Samuel J Jackson myGt Gt Grandfather any info or living relatives look forward to hear fromyou
red mail Marjorie May London
My Mothers name was Marjorie May London and came from Hornsey. B. 1913. She also had a brother,George. Does anyone know of them?
red mail Shopland
Looking for Shopland's in and around Hornsey in 1901, especially details on Sidney John Shopland who married Ellen Kate Chandler. I believe the Shopland family were painters and decorators.

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