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Heather

Heather Report 30 Dec 2003 08:15

Please can you look and see if James and Jane Mottley were still living at 65 Commercial Road, Lambeth and how many children they had? There should be James Mottley 13 and Basilia Mottley a bit older. Many thanks Heather

Lara

Lara Report 4 Jan 2004 19:23

Hi please can you look up 12 Mason street Lambeth and see if the name Rowlinson comes up Thanks Lara

Lara

Lara Report 4 Jan 2004 19:29

Hi Can you please look up 12 Mason St Lambeth and see if Rowlinson cames up Thanks Lara

Sarah

Sarah Report 4 Jan 2004 21:28

Hi Lynda, Could you possibly look up 1 Flints Court in Bethnal Green. I am looking for a family named PRESTON, head John, wife Sarah Ann and daughter Sarah Ann. Are there any others and is the above right? Unfortunately my dad did this research many years ago and I am not sure where he obtained his information. Thanks, Sarah

susie manterfield(high wycombe)

susie manterfield(high wycombe) Report 7 Jan 2004 19:20

hi lynda i wondered if you could help me please im looking for my gt.g/dad john hatton.he was born in camberwell in 1867/8. thankyou susie

susie manterfield(high wycombe)

susie manterfield(high wycombe) Report 7 Jan 2004 19:20

hi lynda i wondered if you could help me please im looking for my gt.g/dad john hatton.he was born in camberwell in 1867/8. thankyou susie

CelticShiv

CelticShiv Report 9 Jan 2004 23:21

Hi Lynda I have an address for my Littlejohns in 1861, wondered if they are still there in 1871. I am determined to find them in 1871. Not having much luck so far am I. Address is 14 Devonshire Street (Queen Square - whatever that means) London. Think it is in the Holborn district. Thanks, Siobhan

Maz (the Royal One) in the East End 9256

Maz (the Royal One) in the East End 9256 Report 9 Jan 2004 23:36

Tee hee, only me, had to make it up to a nice round 200 for you Lynda. Maz. XX

CelticShiv

CelticShiv Report 9 Jan 2004 23:57

Damn Thanks again Lynda. I will find them in 1871 if it kills me. LOL (not literally, but you know what I mean) If only I could find William Littlejohns birth, I would most definately have their address in 1871. Hopefully ancestry will have the 1871 census easily searchable when it is up and running.

Brian

Brian Report 10 Jan 2004 12:36

Hi Lynda Could you check for a Edward Hobbs married to Jane(nee Brown)at 28 pickering Place, Paddington in the 1871census Regards Brian Hobbs

Cindy

Cindy Report 10 Jan 2004 14:53

Hi Lynda Thank you for the offer Can you see if Charles and Amelia Wilman are still living at 32 Barbara Street Islington THere should also be a son Charles aged 2-3 Kind Regards Cindy

Cindy

Cindy Report 10 Jan 2004 17:23

Lynda Thanks for looking Cindy

Cindy

Cindy Report 10 Jan 2004 17:24

Lynda Thanks for looking Cindy

Robert

Robert Report 11 Jan 2004 18:16

hi lynda could you search for louis j billett and family at 12 freeling street islington i don't know if they will be there but its worth a try. thank you robert

~ Lynda ~

~ Lynda ~ Report 11 Jan 2004 19:05

Hi Robert I'm afraid that Louis Billett was not at number 12 Freeling Street. I don't know if this is of any interest to you, but my Grandparents lived at number 8 Freeling Street in the 1940/50's and I lived in the next Street, so spent lots of my time in Freeling Street. The houses are no longer there, but the houses were quite small no bathroom outside toilet, there were 6 rooms two of which were in the basement of the house. The area was bombed during the 2nd world war, and I spent much of my childhood playing in the bombed ruins! In 1871 there were 16 people living there. I cannot imagine where they put them! It is just off the Caledonion Road, which is just down the road from Kings Cross. Hope I haven't bored you! Lynda

~ Lynda ~

~ Lynda ~ Report 11 Jan 2004 23:30

Hi Susan Yes it was in the 1871 there is a Upper Freeling Street, but It wasn't there when I was born in the 1950's It was a great place to grow up, friendly lovely "real" people I think if I could go back and have my youth again it would be there. Anything you want to know about the area please ask. Lynda

Robert

Robert Report 12 Jan 2004 10:34

thanks lynda oh well i didn't think they would be there but thanks for trying. i actually had a few relatives living in freeling street over the census years. i don't suppose you have any photos of the street? thanks again robert

~ Lynda ~

~ Lynda ~ Report 12 Jan 2004 16:31

Hi Robert I will have a look if I have photo's of the Street. I do have some of the bottom of Freeling Street, where my Granparents had a fruit & veg stall, but that really is only of the stall, and I do have one of me in my nans garden sitting on the back wall with me in a brides veil,ag e3 but sure you don't want to see that one! will let you know if I have any that show you the houses. Lynda

Robert

Robert Report 12 Jan 2004 17:30

thanks that would be great if you could find some it'll be intresting to see where they lived. regards robert

Beryl

Beryl Report 13 Jan 2004 09:43

Please could you look up anything to do with the Abley family I believe they were resident at Bethnal Green, born there or married their. The names are Fredrick Abley father, Platt is the mothers name, childrens names are Vera, Sidney, Fredrick, Jean, Dorothy, Len, I am having trouble finding details although Abley is quite an unusual name. Thaning you so much for any help you can give me.