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Jean Report 27 Jan 2004 13:28

Hi Lynda Could you look for two families for me please, both in Bermondsey The first is ?4 Macks Road, name of Cox and the other is Harwood, 3 Bermondsey Terrace Thanks Jean


Unknown Report 27 Jan 2004 14:13

Hallo, Thank you for your kind offer! Need an 1871 Lookup for London I have them in 1881 at: Believe they were in Camberwell as a couple of children born there at that time. "Dwelling: 175 Camden Grove North, Camberwell, Surrey, England Family history Library Film 1341162 Public Records Office RG11, Piece/Folio 0696/139, Page No. 30 William Barraclough Head M Male 46 Ruddingham, Nottingham Stationers Manager Mary Barraclough Wife M Female 30 York Mary E. Barraclough Daur U Female 23 York - Milliner Jessie L Barraclough Daur U Female 21 York - Envelope Machine Minder Frank R. Barraclough Son U Male 19 St Pancras Middlesex - Stationers Apprentice Emily Barraclough Daur U Female 18 St Pancras Middlesex - Unemployed William F Barraclough Son U Male 16 Camberwell Surrey - Lithographers Apprentice Harry L Barraclough Son Male 15 Camberwell Surrey - Scholar Olivia R Barrclough Daur Female 14 Camberwell Surrey - Scholar Katherine B Barraclough Daur Female 9 Camberwell Surrey - Scholar Charles E Barraclough Son Male 3 Camberwell Surrey.". Could you maybe send me an e-mail of the return if possible? If not the information would be great!!!! Angela Born


Paul Report 27 Jan 2004 16:45

hi lynda wondered if you have jennings living at 22 roberts street east ham thanks paul


Rick Report 27 Jan 2004 19:55

Hi Lynda, 1851 is obviously not my lucky number, so please could you try the following for me for 1871 before I give up completely !!! 41, Pond Place, Chelsea - Giles Family 1, Bedford Terrace, Kensington - Robert and Caroline Turner 2 and 3, Snarsgate Street, Kensington - Wingrove family Thanks a lot, Rick.


Freda23 Report 27 Jan 2004 23:04

Could someone look up Pierre Chaplais. He was living I am sure in the Westminster area. He was born in 1815 having come over from France. He married Rosina Loveland in 1860. I am interested in finding his father also Pierre. Hopefull because it is unusual you may have some luck. Thanks


Unknown Report 28 Jan 2004 00:04

Hi again! Should be 175 Camden Grove North not Camberwell Grove? Does this make a difference or just a typo? Angela Born


JillGr Report 28 Jan 2004 01:41

Hi Lynda, I'm not sure whether Clerkenwell is in the area you are covering. If so, I should be very grateful if you could keep an eye open for Thomas SAYERS age 23 and wife Isabel age 22. Thomas born Whitby. Last known address was 11 Rawstone Street (could be Rawsborne - can't read the registrar's writing). Many thanks Jill


Alan Report 28 Jan 2004 07:27

Lynda Thanks Alan


Jean Report 28 Jan 2004 12:39

Thanks Lynda, the Coxs are proving to be eluisive I know they were in Horselydown Surrey in 18969m but thats no help at the moment. Ive now got another name for the Harwoods and found two of them used there second names on th 1881 and 1891 census. Thanks for looking, Jean


Ian Report 28 Jan 2004 14:43

can you please look for a family of Poores(charles and emily with children) within the st olave district. I had it under Bermondsey last time I asked you to look. Thank you Debbi


Jill Report 29 Jan 2004 16:53

I wondered if you could look up 86 st georges rd southwark looking for william and susan rayner many thanks Jill


Margaretfinch Report 29 Jan 2004 17:15

Hi Lynda, sorry I know I have asked you once for Henry Dean and his wife Jane in St. Pancras and I am quite sure they were living in Clarence Gardens is this of any help. thanking you Margaret

~ Lynda ~

~ Lynda ~ Report 29 Jan 2004 17:47

All above answered


Rick Report 29 Jan 2004 20:15

Hi Lynda, Thanks for both the lookups and the advice - I'll save my money !! One more for you if it's not too much trouble (I'm a sucker for punishment, aren't I ?) 33 Blechynden Street, Kensington - any Brocks ? Thanks again, Rick.


Jill Report 29 Jan 2004 20:18

thank you for looking lynda kind of you Jill


Rick Report 29 Jan 2004 20:52

Glad I could of some service in return Lynda !! I was looking for Amelia Brock & possibly some children but none of those first names are ones I recognise. I've just dug out copy of a birth certificate my great aunt sent me of her father, my GG grandfather from 1873. Could you check the address out on it for me as I think this is one I've missed up to now - 75, Walmer Road, Kensington. His parents were Henry and Clara Marshall and he had an older brother William. I only hope if you do eventually get a hit on one of them that your new-found good luck doesn't give out on you ! Thanks, Rick.


Rick Report 29 Jan 2004 22:09

Hi Lynda, Sorry - I don't quite know what you mean by that - another name ? It's definitely number 75, Walmer Road on the birth certificate. It's in Notting Hill which was in the sub-district of Kensington Town then. Is that what you meant ? Thanks, Rick.


Rick Report 29 Jan 2004 22:57

Thanks Lynda. Now I get it ! There's no other information on the birth certificate to give s a clue. I just looked on multimap and Walmer Road is certainly quite long. I'll see if I can find anything on the internet - estate agents might be an idea, or maybe one of my London-based relatives knows the road well enough to help. Thanks for trying, Rick.


Sharon Report 30 Jan 2004 12:14

Hi Lynda Me again! Could you please check and see if a Westover Street existed in Mile End please, i can find no trace of it. I got the address from a birth certificate for a William Ringrow in November 1870. The closest i have managed to find is a Westport Street, but it looks nothing like that on the certificate. Many Thanks Sharon


Luciacw Report 30 Jan 2004 13:08

Hi Lynda, Does this cover Bethnal Green? If so, Can you look in 3 Weaver Street? Can you look for Alfred Lucas, 10, St Olave? Don't know if this helps, but I have this from the index 629 95b thank you for your help Lucia