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Butler John (1791)
BUTLER My Paternal gggg-f John Butler was married twice. First marriage around 1813-14 to a Susannah (don't know surname). They had 3 children, my ggg-f Charles (1816) Susannah (about 1817) and Sarah (about 1818). I would really like to find out the surname of Susannah and where they were living before his 2nd marriage. Second marriage to Jane Sarah (don't know surname) about 1819-20 living at Glengall Place, Old Kent Road, in 1841 census, with children John (1821) George (1826) Alfred (1826) - twins I guess Jane (1828) Louisa (1830) Clare (1831) Ellen (1832) Julia (1833) Walter (1837) Laura (1839) + House servants Catherine Leonard (20) Eliza Scotter (20) Edward Larkins (15) Thanks.
red mail COURSE
I am researching the Course Family from Southwark c1900. Joseph & Nellie Course, Arthur Course, Esther Course, Charlotte Course married to Frederick LAwrence. Mostly in Christchurch Parish Area some may be under Lambeth,
I am researching the Lawrence family of Southwqark. I have Charlotte Course married Frederick Lawrence in approx 1900. Among the children are Hilda, Elsie, William & George apparently I am led to believe there were 18 in all. Quinns Square was oneaddress I have.
red mail FERRIS
I am trying to trace Edward Ferris. Born in 1886 he lived in Woolwich in 1918 and was a corporal in the RGA - anti aircraft - ships welder. In 1918 he married Louisa Mary Higgins, but was already married and was charged at East Ham Court, London, with bigamy. I would like to trace him as he would have been my grandfather.
red mail Freeman Family, Peabody Square C Block Blackfriars Rd Southwark 1880s
George Freeman and his wife Jane were living at the above address in the 1880s, I guess I am wondering if it still exists? Or has it been replaced with some multi-story carpark? Kim in Tasmania
I am researching the COLE STRINGER & COURSE Families of the Southwark area of London
Samuel Williams & Elizabeth Hacker or Hackett
Looking for ancestors of Samuel Williams, industrialist & engineer of Dagenham, and Elizabeth Hacker or Hackett. Samuel b 1824 d August 28, 1899. Elizabeth b 1826, d 1904. Children: Ann, Emily Helena, William Varco, Frank, Alfred, Samuel, & Arthur E.
red mail West from Southwark
Joseph Henry West,married Mary Ann Ship in Southwark, London. They had a son:Albert Edward West, born April 19,1887 Southwark, London.adress, Borough Rd. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Freeman Burials 1880s, St Saviour
My ancestor's siblings, Robert Bentley Freeman (died 1884 aged 1) and Henry Spanner Freeman (died 1882 aged 3) both died in the district of St Saviour in Surrey/London. I am told by a family member they were buried in Manor Park - is this somewherenearby? I'm interested in finding out where these infants were buried. Many thanks Kim in Tasmania
Why was William Hill given the second name PADBURY? He was born about 1833 in Southwark, married 1867, Camberwell,widow Charlotte Sarah Summers, nee COKER, and died at Grove Lane Camberwell Oct 1918. His father was also named William.What was his mother's maiden name?
red mail Pocknell Slade North Cope Kilsby
John Pocknell m Mary North. Henry Pocknell b1861 M Harriet Slade. John James b1881 M Jane Cope. Charles Pocknell b1912 m Florence Kilsby
Emma Eliza Stembridge married Matthew Richard Pomphrey on 12 March 1882 at St Thomas Church, Lambeth. Matthew, a widower, and his son Matthew lived at 97 Southwark Bridge Road, Southwark prior ro his marriage. In May 1892, Emma gave birth to a daughter, Jeannie (my g-mother) whose father was registered as William Pomphrey. William was a carpenter. This family lived at 29 Webber Row Southwark in 1892.I presume that William was either a brother or cousin to Matthew Pomphrey. Seeking details aboutPomphrey and Stembridge family in the Southwark area.
red mail POMPHREY
William Pomphrey and his wife Emma (nee Stembridge) lived at 29 Webber Row, Southwark in 1892 when my g-mother Jeannie was born. Other children were Elsie and Rose.This family was living at 200 Southwark Bridge Road, Southwark in 1911. Details of Pomphrey relatives are being sought.
George WEEDEN m. Catherine PERME at St George the Martyr, in Southwark in 1798. Their son, Richard m. Sarah Eliz DOWNES at St Mary, Newington in 1852. Their son, Joseph, married helena MIMMS at Newington in 1888. Helena's parents were James MIMMS andMary Ann WOOD(married in Newington in 1863). James's parents were James MIMMS and Ann Franklyn WINFIELD, They were married in St Saviour in 1833. Do you connect with these names?
red mail HASELDEN family
Trying to find any information on the Haselden family headed by George Thomas Haselden(deptford 1839). His wife was Mary A.M.(1841) and their children: Sheila E, Albina, William, Albert, Adeline, Lilian, Rosetta, Edgar, another Albina and Dolly. Theymoved to Southwark from Lambeth c1865 and moved on to Deptford before the 1901 census. Any information would be greatly received. Thanks........Andy
red mail Luds Court Southwark
Eugene and Mary McSweeny nee O`Connell both born in Ireland. Daughter Margaret born 1848 at 8 Luds Court, Southwark. Would like to know if they had other children. Eugene died 1879, wife Mary died 1897. Daughter Margaret married 1875 to Thomas Patrick Neil.
Seeking information about James Sutton and his wife Eliza Clifford (married pre 1836) who in 1839 were living in Broadwall, Southwark, South London. Have found a possible link on the Mormon IGI for James's baptism (1806) but nothing conclusive. Havebeen unable to find them (yet) on 1841 or 1851 census.
red mail Barnett Family History
We have just started the Barnett family tree, our Barnetts are mainly in the areas of Southwark,Bermondsey, Deptford, Camberwell. Particularly interested in a Richard William Dunn Barnett Southwark in 1841, we believe this is where the name changes from Dunn-Barnett to Barnett, does this ring any bells with anyone out there, we would be interested to hear from you.
red mail Thomas & Elizabeth Wood B Abt 1770, M Abt 1790
Please can anyone provide info about this couple, particularly their parents, siblings, birth or marriage details? Their children were chr between 1792 and 1817 at St. Saviour's and Long Lane Wesleyan Chapel, both Southwark. Dau Sarah was b Bermondsey 1810 and m in Dec qr 1837 at St. Mary's, Newington, to George MEACHER b Havant, Hants., abt 1813. Thanks.
red mail Dudley's Of Southwark
I would like assistance in looking for Alice Kathleen Dudley (born 1918) and her twin brother Harry Dudley or their descendants. My mother, Elizabeth Louise is their older sister. My mother was placed in the Central London District School when she was 3 years old and never knew her siblings or mother. Their mother was Emily Elizabeth Penney and their father was William Dudley. William died of pneumonia in 1918. Emily had been in a previous relationship with John William Farmer who died in 1915.After William's death Emily took up with Albert Edward Jacobs. Nothing further is known about them.
red mail Yarwood
Seeking information about Jane Yarwood whose father was William Yarwood a glass blower. Jane married John Meikle on 25 December 1862.
red mail Seeking Relatives Wilcox -old Kent Road
I am seeking relatives related too Alice Elizabeth Wilcox who lived in the Old Kent Road, London. 1904.
red mail Southwark Hat Maker Arrested 1574
From Calendar of Cecil Papers Vol 2 Bradborn - a hat maker re printing 079 1574 06 26 No 207 Lords Burghley & Leicester to Recorder of London (Sir W Fleetwood) The Queen willeth that he shall very early inthe morning,repair into Southwark,there apprehend one Bradborn,dwelling near the sign of the Red Leg,a hat maker,and search his house for printing presses,letters etc belonging to printing.Also he is to take all booksand writings that "belong to the maintenance of these precise innovators of rites in religion" He is to be kept a close prisoner till the Queen's further orders. Greenwich 26th June - Burghley's holograph 3/4 of a page.
Erringtons From Southwark
John Errington & his wife Mary (Hart) were licencees at the 'Gardners Arms ' in Southwark neighbourhood around 1885. They later moved to Pulborough Sussex, where they ran the 'Swan' hotel. John's father, William Hawkins Errington(1802-1877) invented Indigo Blue washing powder (Ricketts Blue), at a factory in the Blackfriars Road. Can anybody give me further details on this family. I am a direct ancestor & would be pleased to add to my family tree. Geoff Hards.
red mail Monnery - Leather Trade Southwark
Have a certain amount of information about the Monnery family based variously in Southwark, Fleet Street, Lambeth and other nearby places. They were artisans who made gloves, leather goods, clothing and later on printer's blankets for the newspaper trade. We suspect they originated from France. Parts of the family are closely connected to the COMBES family of Chichester. My part of the family later moved to Devon.
red mail Familytree
Anybody whose got information on Gordon Wilberforce Addey married Edith.Alice.Little June 1902 at the register office Southwark they had two children Doreen.Mildred.and Gordon.his occupation was Private.Detective and was living at 91.Iliffe Street
red mail Marsland, Wimpenny & Tremlett
In 1838, George MARSLAND, engineer, of 29 Gravel Lane,son of James, married Jane WIMPENNY, daughter of Joseph, at St Mary Newington. Their son George (baptised George Wimpenny Marsland at Southwark, Christ Church)) was born at 10 or 18 Charles Streetin 1842. George's father James was already dec'd in 1838. Is this the same James Marsland buried in Southwark Cathedral in 1831, aged 53? George jnr had at least one sister, Amy, who married Joshua Tremlett. In 1881,the widowed Jane Marsland was living with them in Bethnal Green.Any connections sought.
red mail Ryder/ault
seeking info of Edwin James Ryder (b1868) who married Alice Lydia Ault (b1871) in 1890. In 1902 they lived in Southwark and had a son Charles William
red mail St. Albans Southwark
Alfred Andrews married Grace Rebecca Lake Children Ronald born abt 1897, Grace born abt 1900, Jack 1907 and Phillip. Alfred was in theater and was said to be an actor and then Theatrcal manager Alfred was born in St Albans His children born in Christchurch Hants Thank you Barbara
red mail John Edward Milsom And Elizabeth Taylor
John Edward MILSOM (son of James MILSOM, and Rebecca DREDGE), married Elizabeth TAYLOR (Daughter of James TAYLOR and Eliza) 24 May 1885 at St Saviour, Southwark. Elizabeth seems to have died by 1901. Any connections?

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