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St Andrew Holborn City of London
Saint Andrew Holborn is an ancient foundation. It is probably the church of Saint Andrew mentioned in a 951 charter of King Edgar. The church escaped the Fire of London 1666 due to a shift in the wind however i... more
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red mail Hasker family
Any information on family of Edward Walte Hasker and Sarah Staff married 12.8.1813 St Andrews Holborn, London. their children were Mary Elizabeth (1813-1814), Sarah (5.6.1818-1840), and my grea great great grandfather Edward Isaac (6.10.1815 London -1885 Sunderland) who married Sarah Tyrie (14.8.1802-1881) on 23.3.1841 at the Parish Church in Sunderland.
red mail george and christina newman.
iam looking for any information on my great great grandfater george newman born 1810 in london and his wife christina.born 1811 also in london iam trying to find george and christina,s perents .their names and where they were born.i know eveyting else about them etc how many children they had one being my great grandfather henry george.any information will be greatly received.
red mail Bingham Ward Family, Middlesex, London
My grandfather, edward Bingham was bon on Feb 4l, 1876 in Clerkenwell workhouse. His father was James Bingham and mother Eliza Ward. He had a brother James, born in May 1873, and a sister Catherine b clrca 1871 in Middleseex, London. Has anyone any information on this family? Any information would be greatly appreciated. Shirley
red mail Berners family
My ancestor Elizabeth Berners was born to Gregory and Grace in 1758 at the Lying in hospital in Holborn. She was then left at the Coram Fields hospital and renamed Catherine Walker. Has anyone else come across the Berners family or their marriage?
red mail Skinner Hutson/Hudson
I'm looking for the family of, or any information on, Skinner Hutson/Hudson, born 1744, apprehended fleeing a robbery in Kings Head Court in Holborn 13 March 1767. Tried at the Old Bailey,convicted 29 April 1767, transported to the American colonies May 1767 on the ship Thornton.
red mail LEWIS CULLY
I'm searching for information on LEWIS CULLY and his forebears. From the IGI I know he was christened on 21/08/1815 at SAINT ANDREW, HOLBORN, LONDON, and have details of his life from the census. His parents were HENRY and LYDIA. Any information them, and their predecessors would be appreciated.
Jacobs family St Bride's parish
If anyone has information on the following members of the Jacobs family I would be very grateful. Emma Jacobs, b. 1812, married 31 Oxctober 1842 St Brides Church. Her father, Thomas Jacobs (a groom), and the witnesses at her wedding William Jacobs and Anna Jacobs.
red mail Holborn Baptisms/Boreham
I have a John Thomas Boreham baptised at St.Andrews, Holborn 1833 and also his brother Frederick 1839.Parents were William and Alice
red mail School at Gloucester Street
Anyone have old photos of acrivity at School at 25 Gloucester Street where my grandfathers brother was Schoolmaster for at Least 30 years. Last record I have is 1911 Census. His sister Charlotte was housekeeper. His name was John Bird born at Dunmow Essex.he was unmarried.
red mail Eady/St.Andrews Holborn, Middlesex
Looking for parents, brothers or sisters from William Charles Eady b.1811 St. Andrews. Wife Louise(Mary) Waine b.1817-20. Can't find any birth or marriage certificates. They had three children, William (John)b.1847, Thomas b.1849-1861 and Henry b.1852.
red mail Acocks in Holborn
Does anyone have any history on the Acocks families living in the Holborn and Hanover Square areas since 1800. Benjamin Acocks coal merchant and linen warehouse owner circa(1759-1825):(Samuel Acocks Ironmonger Benjamin's father (died 1795): Arthur Timothy Acocks b.1822)(son of Benjamin)plus any other related Acocks families in the area.
red mail Richard MOULD, joiner or musical instrument maker
Richard MOULD born about 1782 married Sarah born about 1783. Joiner or musical instrument maker living at St Andrew Holborn (above bar) in 1841 census. Any information please.
red mail Bonnick
My ancestor, Alexander Bonnick, was born 19 July 1825 at St. Andrews Holborn. His father, Alexander Bonnick, was born abt 1785, married Sophia Wilkinson 1823. Before that I am stuck!! Any help or direction would be much appreciated. Cheers, Marion
red mail Francis Hall
Francis Hall was born <1780> and lived and worked in Holborn, London and was a coach maker. His son John Hall born <1808> was convicted of stealing at the Old Bailey 9 Dec 1830 and sentenced to 14 yrs transportation to Australia (Launceston, Tasmania) arriving on the convict hulk "Argyle" 4 Aug 1831. I have details of John Hall's descendants but nothing else on Francis Hall or his wife? Any help gratefully accepted.
red mail Dix family, engravers & printers, St. Andrew Holborn
I am researching this family, all engravers and printers from early 1800s. James Dix (wife Susannah) born abt 1800, died 1855, sons James, William, Daniel, Henry & Alfred. James (1) may be brother of Christopher William Dix, also a printer in 1841 at St. John Zachary.
red mail aitchson or atcinson
looking for infomation on hannah aitchson b.1801.and family.
COGAN and GONELLA, c 1814 Middx
I am searching more information for Elizabeth Cogan (born Middx c.1814) and Joseph Gonella (born Tuscany, Italy 1804). Children Joseph and Mary Ann Elizabeth Gonella. Would be pleased to hear from any also searching this family.
Looking for descendants of James (Jimmie) Richards and Ivy Richards, both born probably between 1910 and 1920 in Victoria Dwellings. Their parents were John and Isabella.
Baker, Lomax
I am seeking info on Margaret Baker and Henry Lomax who were married and living in Westminster. He was born about 1811 in Holborn and she was born about 1818 in Ipswich, Suffolk.
Could anyone please tell me if they have heard of the public house called "The Hole in the Wall" on the corner of Theobalds Road London WC1 or the family "BIRD" that ran it. Thank you
red mail Bunyer
Looking for ancestry of Benjamin BUNYER who married Frances MEAGER of Croydon in 1801 in St. Andrew Holborn. The BUNYER family is believed to have been in the inn trade.
red mail Asquith-George and Ann
George Asquith,watchmaker, of Leather Lane m. Ann Davis at St. George Bloomsbury @ 1794, ch. b. bet.1795-1804, one m. John Jones. Ann, George, Caroline, Christian. Christian transp. Australia 1820
I am looking for information about Margaret Daisy Ward who married William joseph Smart in the March Quarter of 1905 in Holborn. They had 8 children and I think moved to Lambeth. I cannot find the birth for Margaret or any details of her family. Do you have any information
I am interested in Robert and Mary Ann Jenkinson in the early 1800s. They lived in Shoe Lane, Fetter Lane, Plumtree Court and had 9 children, all baptised in St. Andrews - William, Robert, James, Francis, Henry, Abraham, Matilda, Maria and Emma.
red mail Francis
The Francis men were all engravers, and bookbinder's toolcutters, for generations. The common names were John and James. I am looking for information about John born 1755, James born 1801, his sons John William 1833, Edwin 1837, Thomas 1839, and the next generation contained another Thomas and John Francis. Where are the descendants of this family? All help welcome.
Looking for any information on WINSTONE family. Samuel Winstone married Ann Unknown. They had a son called James (born and christened in 1821) and a daughter called mary (born and christened in 1819). James married Louisa (and possibly later to Lizzie). ANY INFORMATION WOULD BE GREAT!
red mail winn family
red mail Charlotte Pendlebury
l am searching for information re a Charlotte Pendlebury,born 1812,to Thomas and Elizabeth Pendlebury,Lying in hospital,Holborn;and looking for family links to Lancashire.Original info. from I.G.I.Thank you.
red mail Noseda
I am trying to locate others interested in the name Noseda. It has been known to be spelt in early records as Nozeda, Noceda, Roseda, Nozzeda etc. Francis and Ann Noseda had children christened at St Andrew Holborn in 1815 ie their son Francis whom Ithink is my great great grandfather. He later went to Wolverhampton and married Phoebe Miller. She came to Australia in 1854 on board the Ameer.

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