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William WEBSTER (dyer) and his wife Elizabeth Harley PORTER had children baptised at Stockwell Chapel, St. Mary at Lambeth, 1794-1800, and at Southwark St. Saviour 1803-1809. Elizabeth Harley WEBSTER was a widow when she died in 1841. I think William died in 1810. Known WEBSTER children (there could be others): Thomas, James, Elizabeth, Ann, William, Henry, George, Ebenezer. Please contact me to exchange information about these people and their descendants.
James PORTER, a glassmaker of Stockwell, married Catherine HARLEY in 1766. Known children: Elizabeth Harley PORTER, George PORTER, Martha Bradshaw PORTER, James PORTER, Rebecca Goddard PORTER, Catherine Haythorne (or Heythorne) PORTER. Please contact me if you are researching these people. I know why Catherine had Haythorne as a second given name, but what is the family's connection to BRADSHAW and GODDARD?
red mail Clarke/Dennis
Looking for descendents of Webster George & Enid Dennis, nee Clarke, who married in Camberwell Jan 1st.1958. Webster lived at Irving Road, Stockwell, and Enid at Fenwick Road, Peckham,.Would like to know if there were any issue from the marriage.
red mail Pickering
An M A Pickering attended the birth of my husbands grandfather John Hugh Wartnaby on the 19th June 1888 at 36 Landor road Stockwell Lambeth, was she a nurse, neighbour,or a relative? The parents named on birth cert Are- John Hugh Wartnaby, wife Jane (maiden name Wake)we can,t find marriage of these two or any or deaths! All we know is that John jnr was sent to be looked after in Hampshire when he was tiny!! and he did,nt know what happened to his parents,no info was given to him!!!
red mail Wartnaby/Wake
My husband,s Grandfather,s name was John Hugh Wartnaby born 19th June 1888, his parents were! John Hugh Wartnaby and Jane (former name Wake) address given on birth cert as 36 Landor Road Stockwell M A Pickering was present at birth. What we do know is that John jnr was sent to Hampshire, wer,e trying to find Jane and John snr but keep hitting a brick wall, why was John jnr sent to Hampshire at such a young age? did his parents die? we have no info on them at all It seems strange that both father and son had exactly same name. John snr was put down on son,s birth cert as a Law writer.We don,t know how old Jane or John were or if they were married. any info would help we,ve been trying for 10yrs!!!
red mail Doris Reading
I am searching for Doris Reading who lived in Stockwell from 1935 - 1939. She had a daughter called Vivienne. Any info greatly appreciated.
red mail Newnham
I am searching for an Alice Minnie Newnham who resided at 65 London Road Stockwell in 1937.I have no idea how old she was as no BMD cert can be found. She was married to George Vivian Reading and they had a daughter Vivienne born the same year. She also went by the name of Doris so even more of a mystery.Any help greatltly appreciated. Thankyou for taking the time to read this. Jacqui
red mail George Vivian Reading
I am looking for George Vivian Reading who resided at 65 London Road Stockwell sw9 in 1937. He was married to an Alice Newnham and to date have not been able to find any BMD for them. They had a daughter Vivienne who was born in Lambeth on this date and have met a brick wall.Any info would be great. Jacqui
red mail Richard Minshull Veal
RM Veal was a solicitor in Stockwell about 1847 to 1854. Any information?
According to the 1881 census, my G G Grandmother ran the Alfreds Head, off of Dorset Road or Street in Stockwell. She was a widow, named Maria COOK. The pub was located in Alfreds Place, which no longer exists. I found Alfreds Place on an old online map but have since forgotten where... can anyone tell me of a website which has Stockwell streets on its maps circa 1880 please? Also, if anyone has any info on the Alfreds Head or on Maria Cook and her son, Herbert, my Great Grandad, and Mary E. Cook, her daughter, I'd be ever so grateful. Thank you.
red mail Looking for Lillian May Walker
Looking for any info on a Lillian May Walker, her address in 1917 and 1920 was Linom Road, Stockwell, in the County of London. She had two children Olive and Raymond. Need the info for family tree.
red mail Walker
Looking for info about a Lillian May Walker born 1890's to early 1900's, she lived in Stockwell at the time of her son's birth, her son a Raymond Frank Beverton
red mail White family of Stockwell or Tulse Hill
Thomas White emigrated to Canada 1832 and died there. Children Thomas (went to Texas), William, Caroline and Hannah born between 1816 and 1828, but we are not sure where. Thomas seems to have been brother to William White (m Susannah Weeks (parents of James White, MP for Brighton and Plymouth)), James White, and Sarah White (m James Wall). Family ran hat manufacturing company and a shipping company, and had connections to Tulse Hill, Stockwell, Cheapside and Andover. Looking for parents, spouse of Thomas, and any additional info on the family.
red mail Handley/Chittenden
Winifred Victoria Handley married Ernest Edward Warren Chittenden July 1917. Her father, John Edward, was a mechanical dentist in Stockwell Road.
red mail Wicks family of Stockwell
I am interested in the Wicks family, descending from Samuel Wicks, corn dealer(d. 1838), who lived at Stockwell Green, Surrey, for three generations in the nineteeenth century. Samuel's son, also Samuel, married Mary GROVES at St Mary's, Lambeth in 1821, and they had a large family - including Frederick Wicks (1840-1910), author.
red mail HERRING
Searching for details of James Herring and Honnor Coles married 4 September,1838 St Martins in the Fields, Westminister. They were living in Cross Street, Stockwell in 1839 when their daughter Amelia Ann Herring was born. They were not resident at this address in 1841.

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