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red mail STREET.....Lonsdale Road
Have traced my family to this road 1870's - 1900's. Great Great Grandfather owned a harness making business next to the home... what was Lonsdale Yard and is now Colville Mews. I have confirmation from my mother that William. George. Samuel. Sarah (my Great Grandmother) Jack and Thomas lived here with their parents William and Sarah. HOWEVER the Census's suggest that George. Thomas. Sarah and William did live here with their parents but I CANNOT find JACK who later married IVY or SAMUEL who later married LOUISE. I find instead an ALBERT and FREDERICK......
George Hooper - photographer
I have a photo taken (very roughly) around 1910 by George Hooper, photographer, based at 13 Silver Street, Notting Hill Gate. Does anyone know if the records of this company were kept or archived anywhere? My photo is (most unfortunately) not named, but I would love to know the name of the subject. Many thanks for any help you can give.
red mail Peters
Edith Louise & Philip James (d B4 1911) - both born Jan 4, 1903 and Albert b 1905, children of Joesph Henry Peters and Hannah L.(nee) Smith, siblings of Ellen, Joseph Henry, and Florence Maude. Family were living at 3 Martin Street, London(Kensington) in 1901. Any info would be appreciated
red mail Henry Morris
Henry Morris was born 1852 -1857 at Notting Hill I'm trying to find his parents, names not known.
Bough Family
Looking for information on the Bough Family who lived in Stebbing street my father was born there in 1912. Thanks Brenda
red mail crowe family
i am trying to find any relatives to my uncles who were mark and harry crowe who lived in Stebbing street nottinghill from 1900- 1965 they came from large family and i would like to find any details to their parents etc who i have no knowledge..these would be my gr gr grandparents
Smith family
Looking for the needle in the haystack! Searching for George Smith living/born in the area, was a builders foreman. Born c 1878. Died about 1940. Son Albert Frederick born 1919, Albert "Bert" also believed born in area, moved to Hoxton, was a naval frogman during WW2. Any information appreciated.
red mail Tedder
Clara Tedder born 1888 to George & Jane (nee Gooding) Tedder, Georges father was John Tedder born 1835 and Jane was daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Gooding, Clara was born Latymer Road
red mail Tedder Sadler
Clara Tedder born 1888 married Frederick Sadler born 1886 they had 4 children Frederick, Leonard, Thomas and Sissy
red mail William Hayes1865-1936
Lived in Latimer Rd area(Portland Rd/Exmoor St)of West London. Married to Cecilia Brine1873-1939 born at 21 Montague St Whitechapel.
red mail William Saw born 1851
Looking for information about William Saw born 1851. Birthplace listed at Nollinghill on marriage registry (in Michigan, US) which I interpret as Notting Hill. Emmigrated about 1870 to US.
red mail St. Joseph's House, Notting Hill
Does anyone know what and where St. Joseph's House, Notting Hill, was in 1871?
Charles Dewdney Cowland was a builder here. He had sons named John Shadwell (d 1893)and Arthur Stewart, born 1890. He also had two illegitimate children, Charles Dewdney Cowland Palmer (my grandfather, he ended up as Charles Dewdney) and Ethel Cowland Palmer. No trace after 1901 census. Can anyone help?
red mail Deer
John DEER married Maria DAVIS at Notting Hill in 1859. Their children inc Priscilla, Rosina, Alfred, Sarah, George, Harriet Ann. Would love to hear from any desc. Sarah was my 2xgreat grandmother.
red mail George, Botwright, Langton
Looking For info on families of George, Botwright, Langton, Walker, May, Wilkie.

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