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red mail George Waters
I am trying to find out more specific detail of the life of George Waters who married Elizabeth Nash and raised several children in Monken Hadley between 1810 and 1819. George came from Wiltshire, and whilst at Hadley was employed as a Farm Steward or Bailiff. From later documentary references it is clear he was responsible for land on Enfield Chase. I would like to find out who the landowner was, and which land on the Chase was involved.
red mail Stanyan family
Looking for information on the Stanyan family who were in Monken Hadley in the 1600 and early 1700's
red mail Hermiston-monken hadley
Seeking information about a house and its occupants around 1900-1920. Hermiston( no longer exists) was somewhere near a house called Latimer Grainge and Gladsmuir. Anyone recognise it, please? My Grandmother was a scullery maid there.
red mail Joseph Shambrook
Joseph Shambrook married Charlotte Distill in 1853. His father was Daniel. He was born in 1833, census data saying at Potters Bar
Thomas Clark MILLER(c1837) married to Susannah SPICKSLEY(c1839) in Monken Hadley 1870. Their daughter, my Gr.Grandmother, Blanche Miller, born 1882, married George Edgar Mount, born 1883, in Whetstone 1908. George Edgar MOUNT was the son of James MOUNT(c1837) and Maria(surname unknown)(c1841) Please help, I seem to have come to a dead end, not being ale to find more details any further back.
red mail Beech, Beach
I am seeking information about the family who were in Monken Hadley during the 19th century. There was one branch of the family which apparently went to Hertingfordbury, Hertfordshire for the 1901 census. Fredrick Charles Beech may have married Charlotte or Julia Jewhurst.

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