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St Giles without Cripplegate City of London
St Giles without Cripplegate has 11th century origins but suffered badly in a fire in 1545. It was rebuilt and survived the Great Fire of London but was badly damaged in WW2 and rebuilt 1952 to 1960. The plans ... more
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red mail Gagg/Locke
I need help in finding the marriage of Ann Priscilla Gagg born 1867, Father Thomas John Gagg and Harriet nee Mason. In 1901 she is in the census as wife to Henry George Locke, however, I cannot find a marriage entry for her. I would be grateful for any information regarding this marriage.
red mail WATSON, St Giles Cripplegate
Would like to compare info with all WATSON researchers from the Cripplegate area c1800-1870. Please make contact. My John WATSON bc1791 was a silversmith, wife Ann bc1795, children David b1823, my gg gf William b1826 and Catherine b1832. They lived at 72 Milton St in 1841. I've done some research at the Guildhall in London and at the London Metropolitan Archives. There were a number of WATSON families in these areas. To date, I haven't been able to establish relationships; perhaps we can pool our info?
red mail WRIGHT family of Cripplegate/St Lukes/Finsbury
My WRIGHT ancestors lived in the Cripplegate, St Lukes and Finsbury areas of London. The earliest record I have for them is 1827 in Little Moorfields but they stayed in this area until the 1850s - they also lived in Milton Street. Most of them were stonemasons by trade. If anyone has a Wright on their family tree in these areas I'd love to hear from them.
red mail MARLOW, Ann & WATSON, John
Seeking researchers or family connected with Ann MARLOW and John WATSON who were married 14th March 1820 at St Giles, Cripplegate (London). Any MARLOW researchers out there?
Seeking information for FLORENCE ELLEN BOWLER (born c1878) and RICHARD FREDERICK MITCHELL (b c1876, Engineer). Their son, my grandfather, Frederick Richard MITCHELL was b 10/08/1898 in Cripplegate residing 112 Fore Street and married Beatrice Mawford in 1926. Appreciate any BOWLER or MITCHELL links.
red mail Peachell, Whalley, Cook(e)
PEACHELL Deborah Whalley married Thomas Peachell Jan 19, 1717/18 at St Giles Cripplegate, London and married his brother John probably about 1735. Deborah's children with Thomas were Thomas 1721, William 1727, Elizabeth 1733, James 1733, Deborah 1734, all baptised at St Giles. With John she had Elizabeth in 1735. (John had 5 more children with an Elizabeth after Deborah died). John and Deborah's daughter Elizabeth Peachell (b 1733) married Francis Lewes Cook(e) at St James Westminster Dec 25, 1770. Does anyone know anything about these families? Tom Melbourne
red mail WATSON, 72 Milton Street, St Giles Cripplegate
Seeking details of WATSON family living at 72 Milton Street, Cripplegate in 1841; John b circa 1791, wife Ann - both born in Scotland, possibly married in St Giles Cripplegate Mar 1820. Ann's maiden name could be MARLOW. Children David b1823 d1844, William b 1826 and Catherine b 1832. Have a great deal of info to share about the son William Watson who was transported to Australia aboard Pyrenees II in 1853 and his descendents here in Western Australia.
I am descended from an Aggus Family who lived in St Giles Cripplegate. If you had an Aggus living in the area I would love to hear from you.
red mail Methven George GIBSON
I have christening details of Methven George GIBSON AT St Gilbes, Cripplegate. 27th March 1853. Parents John Methven GIBSON and Esther. My husbands ggrandfather was Robert GIBSON - his fathers name was Methven Gibson. Robert was born 1858 - London. Father occupation Tailor. Wondering if Methven Gibson was a brother to Robert. Sounds like a family name and quite unusual. Does anyone have any link to this family.
William Hewitt
William Hewitt of St Giles, Cripplegate married Elizabeth Styles of Latton, Essex in 1813. Any information on the Hewitt family.
red mail KNELL
Seeking Ann KNELL who married Edward FITT in St Giles Church 2 Dec 1838 aged 22 Any info. welcome! Witnesses were James Robert HAYLES and Sophie HAYLES
red mail TURNER - St. Giles Cripplegate, City of London
Researching TURNER of White Street, St. Giles Cripplegate, City of London. George Turner, b. circa 1782, married Elizabeth (?Berry) b. Plymouth, Devon (?1785). Children: John b. circa 1806, Mary Jane b. 1810, Thomas b. 1814, George b. 1818, Philip b1822, Jesse b. 1824 and Elizabeth Anna b. 1827. The family attended St. Giles church and were in the building trade.

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