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Eringobragh1916

Eringobragh1916 Report 13 May 2013 18:53

Christopher...Check this site out..
Depends on what you want to find.....you should certainly be able to get details of the Haley Family...Census etc.

The Records Office Search room has moved to the second floor of Portsmouth Central Library, where it has merged with the Local Studies Library to form Portsmouth History Centre.

Contact us

Portsmouth History Centre
Norrish Central Library
Guildhall Square, Portsmouth PO1 2DX

Telephone: +44 (0)23 9268 8046

www.portsmouthrecordsoffice.co.uk

Christopher

Christopher Report 13 May 2013 21:30

Thanks Eringobragh1916! I'll look into it. Why do any work when I could be doing this.

Eringobragh1916

Eringobragh1916 Report 14 May 2013 09:02

Christopher.....I would suggest that you get together all the info.relating to Elsie Rosetta/Annie and Albert South and the Haly family prior to you starting a search otherwise you may find time is not on your side when you go visiting the Archives..

A further hunt around has come up with what may be a possible marriage for Thomas and Ann....Bear in mind the surname spelling for Thomas varies.

Name: Thomas Healey
Spouse's Name: Ann Harding
Event Date: 21 Feb 1867
Event Place: Saint Thomas,Portsmouth,Hampshire,England

This may well be Ann 1871 Census you are lucky if it proves to be her as her mother is listed with her and you would now have a "maiden" name for Ann.

Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1871
Gender: Female
Age: 60
Relationship to Head of Household: Mother
Birthplace: Fareham, Hampshire
Schedule Type: Household
Registration District: Portsea Island
Sub-District: Landport
Parish: Portsea
County: Hampshire
Household Gender Age Birthplace
Self Ann Healey F 25 Portsmouth, Hampshire
**Son Thomas Healey M 3 Portsmouth, Hampshire **
Son Charles Healey M 1 Portsmouth, Hampshire
Mother Charlotte Harding F 60 Fareham, Hampshire

There is death reg for a Charlotte Harding aged 67 March Quarter 1877 Reg Portsea 2b 299.

The Thomas Healey son aged 3 yrs b Portsmouth may be the following....

Name: T J Healey
Age (Original): 13
Gender: Male
Birth Year: 1868
Birthplace: Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Relationship to Head of Household: Scholar
Marital Status: Single
Address:** Greenwich Hospital School ***
Event Place: Greenwich, Kent, England
GS Film number: 1341169
Affiliate Publication Number: RG11
Piece/Folio: 727 / 107
Page Number: 31

GHS...Naval College.

They have a web site.

http://www.grenhosp.org.uk/default.asp?page=280

The above is all just a possibilty of course and would need to be confirmed with BMD Certs.

As a matter of interest the St.where Thomas and Ann lived 1901 (Steel Street Southsea) is still there....perhaps you may get a chance to go see it when you are in Portsmouth...

http://cartographic.info/uk_street/map.php?id=716967