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red mail Hungerford Market
Bartlett, Townsend: residents and stallholders at Hungerford Market and Haymarket from 1800s to 1850s. Jane Townsend was a benefactor of James Saunders of Villiers Street, Strand, more information sought. Associated family names Dixon, Johnson, Yeates, Kennedy.
red mail Thomas Tombs & Son - London
I am seeking information on my Gt.Grandfather THOMAS TOMBS who had his own business in Henrietta Street, London in the early 1800s. The business was Calico Glazier. He was married to a ROSETTA TROY. She had previously been married to a JAMES QUIN. There were two sons Henry & George (my G'father) born in 1838 and 1842. GWORGE TOMBS (my Grandfather) went on to become a Chintz Glazier, firstly with his father in London ending his life at Hardings in Kingston, still as a Chintz Glazier. He "married" four times, first in 1862 to an EMMA JANE YOUNG, then in 1865 to a HANNAH ELIZABETH FRESTON. A daughter EMMA GEORGINA was born in 1863 of the first marriage and a son GEORGE WILLIAM FRESTON TOMBS of the second marriage in 1866. A third marriage to MARION COLLINS or MARION LESTER must have started in about 1881 and produced four more children, Thomas Valentine, Harry Charles, Rose Marion and Elizabeth Ada (my Mother). I have been unable to find this marriage in the BMDs. Marion had been married before to a George Lester, a Butler at Malvern Hill House, Cheltenham, and there was a Son, also George, born in 1875. He joined Charlie Chaplins show called "The Mumming Birds" before Chaplin went to America. My Mother Elizabeth was born in 1891, and I always understood her mother, Marion, died soon afterwards. Nothing in the BMDs. A fourth "wife" is on record but I only have her Christian name as "FANNY" I do not know her surname or whether they were actually married as I cannot find a marriage in the BMDs One of the daughters, Rose Marion, married a CHARLES ALDOUS in 1910 at Finsbury Park. She had four children and died in 1923 in Kingston on Thames. Any information on the above would be much appreciated as I hit a brick wall in 1837. Beryl
red mail Elizabeth Henley
Baptised 20 Jan 1782, parents Andrew Henley and Elizabeth. There seems to be no other record of Andrew Henley in London and I think these are Andrew Henley and his wife Elizabeth Chevall of Woburn, Bedfordshire. But what were they doing in central London? Their other children were all born in Woburn (except for one possibly in West Grinstead, Sussex in 1777). Even the smallest snippet of information would be helpful.
red mail swygart history
George swygart married Elizabeth Wingate 10 june 1728 any further information welcom where did swygart come from
red mail William Henry Spencer Churchill
The above married in 1864 in St Martins in the fields Church.He lived in 5 CHARLES STREET and was a CABINET MAKER any info. would be appreciated
red mail Willats
Looking for info on the willats family please help
red mail Sharrett family in 1700s
Perry & Amelia Sharrett had son Maximilian and 5 other children 1723-1734 in St. Martin. He son Ralph and Ann. No baptism for him and all I have for them are two children baptized in 1706-8 and marriage of a Ralph Sharrett and Ann Smith in "London" in 1698 on IGI. No marriage found for Perry & Amelia or their son Maximillian and wife Mary who next are recorded in Eaton Bray, Beds in 1752 at the baptism of son Thomas. My ancestor Parry was recorded in 1758 in Abbey, St. Albans, Herts as Sharod. Have always thought family was Huguenot. One son of Perry and Amelia baptized as Charrett. Does anyone have these missing marriages?, Is there any other information available on these families or their ancestors?

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