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national roll of ww1, look up

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Madeline

Madeline Report 14 Jan 2006 17:26

Hi Everyone, I have the London section ( 3cd's ) of ww1 National Roll, it gives names, addresses and when the person enlisted and where they served (at home or abroad) if anyone would like me to look-up for them just tell me the name and which part of London they lived. There isnt many from the East End but lots from the north,west and south london. ( my ancestors came from the east end and they are not listed but its worth a try ) Madeline

Unknown

Unknown Report 14 Jan 2006 17:33

Could you try William Garvie, Stoke Newington/Hackney area please? nell

Elizabeth Anne

Elizabeth Anne Report 14 Jan 2006 17:37

Thank you Madeline for your kind offer. Please could you try and find William Thomas Goodenough, born 1875 Bermondsey. On 1901 Census the family was living in Egham, Berkshire. Please forgive me ignorance but hoping this is part of London. I think he could have changed his name from William Goodenough to Thomas Goodnough as on 1901 census. William Thomas Goodenough would have been approximately 30 years old by WW1 so I do not know if he was too old to join at the time, (although his brother-in-law was the same age and died serving in WW1) Thank you once again and hope it is not too much trouble to find. Elizabeth

Jo

Jo Report 14 Jan 2006 17:44

Hi Madeline Please can I be cheeky and ask you to look and see if you can see either of my great, grandfathers on my father's side? George Alfred Gibbons born 1883 in Bermondsey William George Sexton born in 1875 in Southwark Thanks very much in advance! Jo

Lilly the flower

Lilly the flower Report 14 Jan 2006 17:49

Hello Madeline, thank you for your kind offer, I am looking for my grandfather a James Chatten b abt 1878, he was in the Royal Horse Arillery at Woolwich.......South East London.....SE18 he was there from abt 1905 until he died in 1932 ( he joined before these dates but was stationed at Christchurch Dorset) many thanks ......Lilly

Madeline

Madeline Report 14 Jan 2006 17:58

Sorry Little Nell but there isnt any for Stoke Newwington or Hackney Madeline

Unknown

Unknown Report 14 Jan 2006 17:59

:-( Thanks for looking, anyway. nell

Madeline

Madeline Report 14 Jan 2006 18:00

W Goodenough, there is 4 but all from Kilburn, Sorry

Christine

Christine Report 14 Jan 2006 18:04

Hi Madeline Thanks for the offer my fingers are crossed please could you look and see if you can find a Edward James Jones about 22 years old Lewisham area.He joined the Royal Field Artillery i think. Regards Christine

Elizabeth Anne

Elizabeth Anne Report 14 Jan 2006 18:06

Thank you Madeline for the information on W. Goodenough, much appreciated. Elizabeth

Unknown

Unknown Report 14 Jan 2006 18:18

Hi Madeline If it's not too much to ask could you have a look for John, Michael, William, Daniel & James Adams all from Islington/Holloway - I'm sure they all signed up but any details at all would be great. Thanks very much

Madeline

Madeline Report 14 Jan 2006 18:19

Gibbons, there is a Mrs N Gibbons special war worker but nothing for George Alfred. Sexton, all from Shepherds Bush Sorry Madeline

Madeline

Madeline Report 14 Jan 2006 18:20

James Chatten, sorry the only one was a sailor Madeline

Lilly the flower

Lilly the flower Report 14 Jan 2006 18:24

Hi Madeline, how strange, only a sailor lol...many thanks for your time and for looking..........Lilly

Madeline

Madeline Report 14 Jan 2006 18:53

Edward J Jones, quite a few of E Jones and J Jones Some from Kennington some from Camberwell and some from Peckham which i think is quite near Lewisham. None listed for Lewisham though. If you think he may be one of these i will post them here for you. Madeline

Madeline

Madeline Report 14 Jan 2006 18:55

Adams, Nothing listed for Islington but a few for N London, under Edmonton, Sorry Madeline

Unknown

Unknown Report 14 Jan 2006 19:02

Thanks very much for looking Madeline:)

*****BMDMAD*****

*****BMDMAD***** Report 14 Jan 2006 19:03

Thankyou Madeline Could you please look to see if you can find Francis George Bentley b. 1887 St Pancras or Kentish Town area Thanks Carol

Ian

Ian Report 14 Jan 2006 19:29

Hi Madeline, Thanks for offering to do look-ups. Could you look up the following names: Stanley Hill b 1888 Stoke Newington/Tottenham Area (Royal Garrison Artillery) Alma Hill b 1896 Stoke Newington Area/Tottenham (Bedfordshire Regiment) Henry William Rowe b1880 Islington/Hackney Area (RAMC) Thanks, Ian

Kate

Kate Report 14 Jan 2006 19:31

Could you please look up Reginald Hugh Bristow? He lived in Kingsland, which may be described as Hackney or Islington. Anyway, he was the only Reginald Hugh Bristow around. He was in the A.S.C., the Essex Regiment, the Labour Corps and the East Surrey Regiment, but I'm not sure what order he served in these regiments. Thanks very much for the offer! Kate.