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Sharon Report 20 Nov 2003 19:48

Thanks Lynda. You found them and they were living in the same place as 1881. Were they the only people at the address? Thanks Sharon


Sharon Report 20 Nov 2003 20:48

Hello lynda Could you please tell me who they were, they might be James browns in laws. Thanks Sharon


Sharon Report 20 Nov 2003 21:16

Thanks lynda Was worth a try. Thanks for all your help Sharon


Melanie Report 20 Nov 2003 22:04

Lynda OK. Thanks for looking though. Mel


Avril Report 20 Nov 2003 22:13

Hello Thanks for your offer. Could you please look up number 6 and number 8 Craven Street, Hoxton, and see who lived there. Thanks v much. Avril


Unknown Report 20 Nov 2003 22:22

Thanks Lynda, the Donovans were bonus enough.


Gillian Report 20 Nov 2003 22:23

Hi Lynda, Please could you find out where Clara Grace Chapman born 1879 lived and household members for me. I know she came from London and was married in district of Kensington/Paddington. Appreciate any info and Thank you very much.


Avril Report 20 Nov 2003 22:27

The name Im looking for is Grafton as well... Possibly Mary Ann Grafton Also an Isaac Coster Many thanks Avril


Avril Report 20 Nov 2003 22:34

Sorry to be a pain but are there any at number 8 Craven Street? Thanks


Avril Report 20 Nov 2003 22:54

Thanks for looking anyway.


~~♥Suzy♥~ Report 21 Nov 2003 12:22

Many thanks for looking anyway Lynda. You're a star.


Victoria Report 21 Nov 2003 13:05

Hi When you get a spare moment could you look and see if a Driscoll family still lives at 10 Plough Alley, Middlesex....think it would be Whitechapel, Shoreditch area. And a Leonard family at 9 Little Pearl Street,Middlesex...same area i believe. Many thanks and kind regards Vicky


Belle56 Report 21 Nov 2003 20:32

Hi Lynda, when you have a mo can you look up 188 Church Street, Deptford, Kent and tell me who lives there please. Piece/Folio 0717/39 Page 27 Many Thanks. April.


Belle56 Report 22 Nov 2003 06:27

Hi Lynda, 188 church street, was classed as kent but it would have been greenwich or southwark way, many thanks, April.


Dawn Report 22 Nov 2003 09:05

Hi Lynda, Have just seen your message and the areas. I am desperate to find a George Greener and his family. George was in the RHA stationed at Woolwich. I need to see George on a census, as I can't find his birth or death record. The family were in Ireland for the 1881 census and 3 of their children were born there. They came back in dec 1881 and went to Pembury Kent. On the 1891 census most of the family are there [except the children who had married] but no George! his wife puts herself as 'married'. On the 1901 His wife and 4 children are there but she puts herself as a widow. Family gossip says he went off with a waoman from the local workhouse! All I know is there is George, Maryann, Henry, Fanny and Maryann. Fanny was my Ggranmother and her birth cert states she was born sunnyhill. Somebody checked that and said they weren't there, maybe they moved house? I know the youngest Maryann was bap in St Mary Mag Woolwich in Jan 1873 [as were the other 2 in 1868 and 1871] so I know they were there somewhere. Thank you so much Dawn Hurst NZ


Valerie Report 22 Nov 2003 10:03

Hi Lynda, I would be grateful for your help. Thomas Wilson b 1857/8 Lambeth. Father possibly a sea captain. Many Thanks Val.

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Sue H Report 22 Nov 2003 17:58

Hi Linda, Wonder if you could me with my elusive family. Janet was kind enough to help re 1891 and thought got the right members but received certs and bit confused to say the least! The family am looking for are Minns - John (my GTgrandfather) DoB 5/12/1862 at 16 Clarence Place,Southwark. Reg district St George Southwark Mother Susan Richard Minns 21 Henry Street Southwark Reg district St Saviour Surrey. Reason am confused is that Johns marriage cert gives father as Richard but birth as George. But on Richard's death cert the informant is a susan same as Johns birth cert. Both cert also give occupation as Hawker of Vegetables.! Thanks in advance Sue x

Maz (the Royal One) in the East End 9256

Maz (the Royal One) in the East End 9256 Report 22 Nov 2003 18:47

Hi Lynda, this is a long shot as I haven't a complete address. Am looking for JENNINGS family in Plaistow/West Ham area. Father William age 47ish, Mother Sarah age 44ish, kids Madon(n)a (!) age 4ish and possibly Arthur just born (1881 shows him age 10 born Plaistow). May be other older kids at home too. No address yet for 1861 but in 1881 the family were in Bradley Street/Lane in West Ham. Not expecting much, but if you find I will be your best friend!! Thanks in advance. Maz. XX


Katwin Report 24 Nov 2003 15:39

Hi Lynda, Could you tell me who was living at 37 Montpelier Terrace, Kensington - hope it is the Casey family, but if not, I would still like to know. Many thanks, Kathy in sunny North Oxon!!

Maz (the Royal One) in the East End 9256

Maz (the Royal One) in the East End 9256 Report 24 Nov 2003 19:12

Don't worry Lynda!! I'll still be your friend. Maz. XX