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newforester

newforester Report 17 Jul 2005 15:53

Hi there, Any chance you could look for the birth of a Frederick Wade around 1855 in Middlesex please? Or his marriage to an Ellen Salmon around 1878-ish in Middlesex? Thanks Heidi

Sue

Sue Report 17 Jul 2005 16:59

Here you go Heidi Regards Sue Ellen Salmon marrying William Frederick Wade Q3 1876 District of Holborn County of London/Middlesex Vol 1b Page 1117 William F Wade Q3 1854 District of Stepney County of London/Middlesex Vol 1c Page 498

Terence

Terence Report 17 Jul 2005 19:06

Hi Susan Thanks for looking for my Mr Fisher. The search continues...... :_0 Terry on the Rock

newforester

newforester Report 17 Jul 2005 21:29

Aha - WILLIAM Frederick! Now I see why I've spent ages looking for him and never found him. Is it just my family who never used their given name, or does everyone else have this problem constantly too ???!!! Thanks ever so much, I can get this branch moving again now. Heidi

dylan

dylan Report 17 Jul 2005 22:09

hi susan thanks a lot for looking. it has pretty much confirmed everything that i had found, and of which, i had been told was completely incorrect! either we have discovered some new unexpected relatives or we are utterly wrong?!? could i possibly ask you to look up AGNES MARGARET SIDDLE born circa 1885, in willington, durham. i have a feeling this could be a major link in family ties... particularly with whom her parents were or agnes' siblings. a massive thank you for doing the searching, it really is a huge help for many of us. pam

Isabel

Isabel Report 17 Jul 2005 22:30

Hi thankyou for your kind offer could you please look up Watson family 17 parsons st glasgow I think it could be calton district but maybe wrong thankyou Isabel

Kevin

Kevin Report 17 Jul 2005 23:47

hi sue can u do a look up 4 me please william perring married 2 jessie they lived epping london all l know is they had a child called kate and jessie was born scotland thanks 4 ur time kevin

Sue

Sue Report 18 Jul 2005 13:30

Kevin When are we looking approximately for the marriage you want Regards Sue

Sue

Sue Report 18 Jul 2005 13:31

Pamela Sent you the information directly to your box Regards Sue

Rosi Glow

Rosi Glow Report 18 Jul 2005 14:25

Would you see if you can find: William Symes b1850 London He had a son called William Henry Symes b1894 London/Fulham Area But not 100% That is all the info I have...... Thank you Rosi

Sue

Sue Report 18 Jul 2005 16:16

Hello Rosi The only William Symes with a father of William that I can find is listed below, but he is born in 1884. Hope it helps Regards Sue 1891 Census RG12/1 Folio 23 Page 42 36 Hampden Street, Paddington, London William G Symes, Head, Married, 34, Carman, b. Fulham, London Maria, Wife, 34, b. Aldershot William, Son, 6, b. Fulham, London Ellen, Daughter, 8, b. Fulham, London Alice, Daughter, 3. b. Paddington, London Kate, Daughter, 1, b. Paddington, London 1901 Census RG13/7 Folio 103 Page 59 5 Amberley Road, Paddington, London (not sure on street address, writing very scrunched up) William Symes, Head, Married, 44, Carman, b. Fulham, London Maud, Wife, 44, b. Aldershot Nellie, Daughter, 18, Servant, b. Fulham, London William, Son, 17, Van Boy, b. Fulham, London Alice, Daughter, 13, Scholar, b. Paddington, London Kate, Daughter, 11, Scholar, b. Paddington, London If this is the right William Henry then his birth reference is Q3 1884 District of Fulham Vol 1a Page 267 William George Symes marrying Maria Stevenson Q2 1880 District of Fulham Vol 1a Page 342

Sue

Sue Report 18 Jul 2005 16:21

Michael I think this is who you want Regards Sue Frances Campion marrying Arthur Savage Q3 1883 District of Pancras County of London Vol 1b Page 62

Kevin

Kevin Report 18 Jul 2005 23:45

hi sue all l have is william perring born about1806 epping london jessie born about 1818 scotland and their daughter was born 1847 not much 2 go on sorry , once again thanks 4 ur time kev

Aprilshower

Aprilshower Report 21 Jul 2005 19:03

Could you please look up ROBERT B. TURNER born Durham 1885 on the 1891 or 1901 census please? Thankyou

Christine

Christine Report 21 Jul 2005 22:43

Hi Susan, I am trying to find William Henry Russell - he changed his name from Russell to Ruffell as on his widows grave he is called Ruffell as are all of the family now - he married twice - his first wife died (no info) his second wife was Susannah Keeping and this marriage was on 30.01.1877 - he married as Russell - I sent away for the wedding cert hoping to find out how old he was but it didn't say except 'of equal age' I think and that he was a widower and living in Poplar - his wife was 78 when she died in 1931 so I am presuming that his age was the same or near around 1853 - his fathers name was Charles Russell and a labourer. William was a Mariner in the Merchant Navy and he died at Sydney - Australia on 25th June 1899 - not sure if he was buried at sea - cannot find any info on death other than what is on widows grave - this is all I have on him and I am at a standstill now - if you can help with any info it would be greatly appreciated. Regards Chris

ChrisofWessex

ChrisofWessex Report 22 Jul 2005 00:42

Susan am looking for two deaths - if you can help please. Have looked in usual places and cannot find a thing. KITCHING Sarah b. 1813 (was alive in 1901 in Worcestershire - family lore says she lived until around/over 100 years). JOLLIFFE Edith Elizabeth b. Jan 1896 Portsmouth (1901 - parents registered at separate addresses and no child(ren) with either of them. Thank you Ann

Beau

Beau Report 22 Jul 2005 05:17

trying to find any information on Arthur McDonald born app. 1878 he was sent to Australia at about 4 years of age and arrived in Victoria Australia in 1881 He was raised as Arthur Woodbridge by Alfredand Ellen Woodbridge (Ellen formerly Roadnight) not many facts known but he tried to connect with his parents in England (possibly London ??) in 1914/15 whilst in military hospital at Bethnal Green. hoping to find departure of child in app. 1881 aged about 4 years , mother could have some relationship or connection with the Woodbridge and or Roadnight families of Aylesbury Buckinghamshire.

Sue

Sue Report 22 Jul 2005 17:39

Here you go Louise - info on Robert Turner Regards Sue 1891 Census RG12/4162 Folio 114 Page 38 Hedworth Terrace, Whitburn, Durham Daniel Huntley, Head, Married, 64, Retired Master Mariner, b. Rotherhide, Surrey Sarah, Wife, 64, b. Whitburn, Durham Robert B Turner, Grandson, 6, Scholar, b. Whitburn, Durham 1901 Census RG13/4738 Folio 77 Page 15 Hedworth Terrace, Whitburn, Durham Daniel Huntley, Head, Married, 74, Retired Master Mariner, b. Rotherhide, Surrey Sarah, Wife, 74, b. Whitburn, Durham Robert B Turner, Grandson, 16, Clerk N E Audit Office, b. Whitburn, Durham Sarah E Turner, Grandaughter, 12, b. Bishopwearmouth, Durham

Sue

Sue Report 22 Jul 2005 17:57

Hello Christine Sorry I have not had much luck either find William Russell/Ruffle Kind regards Sue

Sue

Sue Report 22 Jul 2005 17:59

Ann re Joliffe and others, I will have to look these up when I next go to the family centre, so I will get back to you Regards Sue