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WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR IN LEICESTER(PART NINE)

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Beverly

Beverly Report 13 Apr 2006 22:13

I am looking for Stretton,Masters, Gilford and Packwood

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 13 Apr 2006 22:33

Greeting's All ... Just to wish Friends Old & New.... ' A Happy Easter ' MIKE.xx

Donna

Donna Report 13 Apr 2006 22:49

Hi All Thankk you for answering on the other thread Mike and Jayne. I also wish everyone a Happy Easter And as my nan used to say dont wash laundry on Good Friday else you wash someone out of the family Donna

Beverly

Beverly Report 14 Apr 2006 08:13

Happy Easter everyone Bev xxx

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 14 Apr 2006 15:36

*** F.A.O. Elaine *** Just to say that the Tea room at King's Lock Aylestone... is now OPEN for the Summer .... MIKE. xx

Paula

Paula Report 14 Apr 2006 16:06

Donna> I've not heard that saying before, have just put my third lot of washing of today in. Ooops

Willsy once more

Willsy once more Report 14 Apr 2006 16:33

Thanks Mike Will try again! Elaine

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 14 Apr 2006 16:49

Greeting's Again.... Elaine Don't forget it's only open Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sundays... MIKE.

Willsy once more

Willsy once more Report 14 Apr 2006 18:09

Had another chuckle to myself when I read your last message! Elaine While I remember, it turns out some of my Elds were baptised at St Peters, I can remember joking with my hubby about relatives possibly being there in the past whilst we were waiting for the boatman talk. It was all true.

John

John Report 14 Apr 2006 18:15

Mike Is that Tea Room the old Aylestone Boathouse ?? Jon

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 14 Apr 2006 18:51

Greeting's Again John..... No.... It's the Old Lock keeper's ( Mr King ) Cottage on the Grand Union Canal If you go to the small car park at the bottom of Marsden Lane.. Then walk along the canal side to wards Blaby You'll come across it near to the old pack Horse Bridge MIKE.

Willsy once more

Willsy once more Report 14 Apr 2006 19:56

Hi Mike I now have 1841 for Leicester, am looking for Hotel Street but can't find it. Can you help me and tell me which disc it is please Elaine

Wendy

Wendy Report 14 Apr 2006 20:35

HAPPY EASTER TO YOU ALL FROM ONE WHO LIVES WHERE THE AIR IS BRACING

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 14 Apr 2006 20:45

Greeting's Again Elaine ... Oh the joys of the 1841.for the City ...Grr Hotel Street is split up appears twice ..... Now I know this one is for Hotel Street :- You need the following Disk No. 4. HO 107. 605. Then click on No. 7. Folder. Hotel Street runs from Pages 48 through to page 50. Page number is as the number in the bottom box I'll have a look for the other place it appears I'll get back to you .... No sorry miss lead you there it was Millstone Lane that was split into two .....Sorry. MIKE. xx Greeting's & Welcome .... Wendy ' So.. You are the Fisherman's friend then ? ' ...lol :0))))

Willsy once more

Willsy once more Report 15 Apr 2006 09:52

Thanks Mike No George Ward though, if I have time I am going to look through the trade directories and see if I can find him. Got him 1855 listed as fishmonger but they are not the easiest of people to unravel as now I think a sister popped back to Newark to live as well. Oh well.... Elaine

Kirstin

Kirstin Report 20 Apr 2006 20:44

Hello Beverley intrigued that you are looking for Strettons in Leicester. I am also looking for Strettons I know I am related to the Blaby Strettons. As you are on part 9 have I missed the boat on all that info? Thanks Kirstin

Beverly

Beverly Report 20 Apr 2006 23:06

HI Kirstin My Strettons come from Leicester i dont think ive any from Blaby but if you want any info and i can help let me know Bev

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 21 Apr 2006 13:46

Greeting's Again Elaine ...... Trawling through the 1841 Census on line .... Found this one :- HO 107. / 868. / Book 5. / Folder. 11. / Page. 13. Newark Upon Trent Nottinghamshire. Thomas Ward. 40. FISHMONGER. N. Mary. Wife. 35. N. GEORGE. Son. 11. Y. James. Son. 4. Sarah. Dau. 7. Y. Ann. Dau. 6. Y. Jane. Dau. 1. N. = NO. Not born within the County. Y. YES. Born within the County. Sorry forgot the birth date for your George ? So this could not be your George But it was the Fishmonger Occupation Which is interesting though. ? MIKE.xx

John

John Report 21 Apr 2006 19:00

Greetings again Mike. If you hold BT's for marriages at Saint Mary's 1815 could you please provide witness or parential details in respect of marriage between WM TOMPKIN and SARAH CHAMBERLAIN on 02 Nov 1815. Many thanks Jon

Willsy once more

Willsy once more Report 21 Apr 2006 19:39

Hello Mike I found that one too and groaned cause I also found a Reuben about a month ago in Newark who is a fishmonger and wondered if they were all brothers. My George is the son of Jonas Ward (fishmonger from Newark as you will recall), coincidence..... so now I have Thomas, Jonas and Reuben and possibly George's sister marrying Reuben so staying a Ward and Reuben has also called his son George! Will I ever unravel them? Here's hoping I do Elaine PS In 1841 Reuben age 41 Thomas age 40 Jonas age 50