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Trying to find ancestor
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|Heidi||Report||14 Nov 2002 16:08|
Hello there. I am interested in finding out about ancestors and descendents relating to the following. PERRY Herbert Edward, born 1866 possibly Romford/Dagenham/Barking area, married STANLEY, Elizabeth Eliza, children Amy, Bertha, Percy, Charles-born Nov 1900. NUNN Armon Asher, born Jan 1866 Hessett, Suffolk, (son of Henry-born 1825 Wattisfield, Suffolk). Believe Armon married ENGLISH, Jane in West Ham around 1893, had a number of children, only know of Stanley. EVANS, Henry Elias, born 1856 St Geo E (son of EVANS Henry Elias I-currently struggling to locate further details of father at FRC due to too many individuals named Henry EVANS!) Married CLARK, Rachel Nov 1878 in Stepney. BIRD, John Charles, born April 1862, West Ham (Son of Charles), married RAWLINGS, Louisa Oct 1880, Bethnal Green. BIRD, David born 1856 Botesdale, Suffolk (Son of Robert), married COLEMAN, Elizabeth. In 1881 they lived in Bromley by Bow, had about 11 children. SALE, Robert, born 1847 Horringer, Suffolk, (Son of William), married GEEVES, Louisa Oct 1867 South Hackney, Middx, had about 10 children SLAUGHTER, Sidney Albert, born about 1873, married GREEN, Emma. Died Jan 1952, Romford. Any info would be gratefully received. Thank you.