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Rick Report 13 Jun 2004 21:48

Martin - sorry bit short of time this weekend, so I'll do your lookup for you tomorow. Cheers, Rick.


Rick Report 14 Jun 2004 16:53

Martin, Couldn't find any Finks in Williams Street. Sorry, Rick.


Marion Report 14 Jun 2004 17:41

Hi Rick, Does the 1841 cover Chelsea? I am looking for John and Mary Hawker, 9 Markham Street. Marion


Rick Report 14 Jun 2004 18:30

Hi Marion, Yes it covers Chelsea. Sorry, but the name of the family at number 9 was Clifton. Rick.


Marion Report 14 Jun 2004 18:34

Rick, I need to concentrate more! The number should have been 19 Markham Street. Sorry to waste your precious time, can you look again? Marionx

Richard in Perth

Richard in Perth Report 15 Jun 2004 05:51

Hi Rick Thanks anway for looking. The two Marylebone addresses were from a marriage certificate which was registered in Marylebone so I assume that the streets were in that district. Kennington is in the Lambeth district. Maybe that isn't covered on your disc, as it was part of Surrey until 1889? Regards Richard


Rick Report 15 Jun 2004 14:54

Marion, At number 19: John Hawker,25,bookseller,n Mary Ann,25,n Mary Ann,3,y William,1,y Rick.


Rick Report 15 Jun 2004 14:55

Sharon, The houses are not numbered in that street. They rarely were recorded on the 1841. Rick.


Rick Report 15 Jun 2004 14:56

Richard, The family at number 3 was the Scott family. Rick.


Marion Report 15 Jun 2004 15:26

Rick, Thankyou so much for the second look, I really do appreciate it. Its such a pity the 1841 doesn't give birthplace and 1851 was apparently illegible for Mary's birthplace. Marion


Rick Report 15 Jun 2004 19:04

Sharon, Sorry, no sign of you Skyms anywhere in the street. Rick.


Rick Report 15 Jun 2004 19:05

Marlene, Not the easiest of pages to read, but pretty sure neither of those names are there. Rick.


Shan Report 15 Jun 2004 19:12

Hi Rick looking for white hart street newgate possibley matkin. malkin, or bunyan. Thank's so much for your time regard's Shan

Richard in Perth

Richard in Perth Report 16 Jun 2004 00:30

Hi again Rick Thanks for checking the Kennington address. I've just received another cert with an address - it's hard to make out, but looks like "60 Gee Street, Old Street, St Luke" (Old Street is the sub-district). If there's no Gee Street, maybe it is an abbreviation of George Street or something similar? I'm looking for the Glasby family, who were there in 1838. Many thanks once again, Richard


Sharon Report 16 Jun 2004 07:27

Hi Rick Thankyou for looking anyway. Cheers Sharon


Rick Report 16 Jun 2004 17:21

Hi Shan, Sorry - none of those names in White Hart Street. Rick.


Rick Report 16 Jun 2004 17:22

Richard, There was no sign of the Glasby's in Gee Street, although some areas were very hard to make out. Rick.


Shan Report 16 Jun 2004 17:37

Appreciate you looking all the best Shan


Christine Report 16 Jun 2004 18:25

Hi Rick, I wonder if you could look up 6 South Street Lambeth, I'm hoping to find Samuel Christian Wray and Emma Wray (wife). Thanks in advance, Chris.


Vanessa Report 16 Jun 2004 20:16

Hi Rick Would you please see if you can locate William Newberry/Newbery/Newbury b 1830 in Limehouse (Stepney). His family always seem to be around Gill St (Union Place, Tenbury Place). if you could possibly tell me who is in the household, that would be marvellous. Thanks in anticipation