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  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: Bedlam Burial Ground registers

    Londoners/people who work in the capital/people who watched Channel 4 the other weekend/BBC2 sometime last year are probably aware of the Crossrail project which will mean you can travel from Reading in the west straight through to the eastern side of London without the hassle of changing on to...

    Started by Pam Downes‎, 30-07-2015 1:19 AM
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  1. Abraham died, did he not, he must have done?

    In 1881 Mary Elizabeth Kruger is with her Dutch parents, George (a Bootmaker) and Mary, in St. George in the East, Middx. She is aged 9, born 1871 in St. George in the East. RG11/450 F.122 p.50 In June 1890 Mary Kruger marries Abraham Blankhart. (Poplar 1c/1139). I don't have that...

    Started by Mutley‎, 31-01-2012 12:40 AM
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  2. problem with Find my past.

    I have always used Ancestry, ( full membership ), tried FMP years ago and got nowhere. However I recently received from someone a marriage entry with all the info, including the witnesses who were present. Now Ancestry did not have the certificate to view in London marriages & banns. They had the...

    Started by silverday‎, 21-10-2015 11:24 AM
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  3. Louisa Jane WILLIAMS nee MOLLOY b. 1873 Dover

    I've put this under the London Forum as this is the last known address for Louisa Jane MOLLOY (born 11th May 1873 d. Charles MOLLOY) on her marriage to Arthur WILLIAMS (age 29 a Seaman s. of John WILLIAMS, Carpenter) 24th September 1893 at St. Matthew's? Church Newington. Although the marriage...

    Started by Wilkes_ml‎, 21-10-2015 10:09 PM
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  4. William Wren burial record died 1939

    I am trying to track down the burial site for my grandfather William Wren: William Wren Birth 13 JUL 1890 • 8 Lydia St, Mile End Old Town, London, England Death 29 AUG 1939 • London Hospital - residence 52 Eastfield St, Stepney, London I haven't been able to trace this online - can...

    Started by mtw63‎, 17-10-2015 9:59 AM
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  5. London's Lost Burial Ground

    if any UK members missed tonight's documentary about the 17th century burial ground uncovered by the Crossrail excavations, and the fascinating research resulting from it about life in London and causes of death, then I recommend downloading it from iPlayer. It was on Channel 4.

    Started by Sue Mackay‎, 20-09-2015 8:40 PM
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  6. Question Morgan Crucible Battersea

    My gt grandfather was a Cooper living in Battersea. I always believed that he made barrels for beer, but I have just discovered he worked for the Crucible Works in Battersea. I googled this and found Morgan Crucible Works. I am now confused as to what his job could have entailed. They made...

    Started by sue2white‎, 03-04-2009 5:48 PM
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  7. Queens Street, Chelsea

    I have looked for Queens Street, Chelsea, which is a location in the 1851 census, but cannot find it in Multimap. Does anyone know what it is now called? thanks, Pete

    Started by bearkin‎, 21-02-2005 6:38 PM
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  8. 2 Grove Road, Richmond

    Not sure if I am posting this in the correct Forum. I am trying to find out if 2 Grove Road, Richmond was a residential house in 1947, or perhaps a nursing home or hospital. I have a death certificate and this is the address of the deceased. I have checked Google maps but the car wizzed...

    Started by suemalings‎, 13-06-2011 7:34 PM
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  9. Thomas Bullen

    My 4x great grandfather was Thomas Bullen who married Mary Wilkinson on 17 July 1785 at Saint Botolph, Bishopsgate, London. Thomas and Mary had at least one son John Brook bap 18 June 1786 at St Botolphs. Any info on Thomas or his family would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Katy

    Started by Katy‎, 05-07-2015 4:51 PM
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  10. What was the "White Horse" Cateaton St?

    My uncle, William Stone, was governor of Maryland and fought the Battle of Severn in 1655 at the tale end of the English Civil Wars. For several years before this his uncle, Thomas Stone, a haberdasher, lived at an establishment in London called the “White Horse” in Cateaton Street, in the parish...

    Started by charlie64‎, 06-06-2015 9:34 PM
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  11. Guinness Buildings

    I have relations in the Guinness Buildings in Bermondsey and am try to locate the area of Bermondsey was in. Also any information about the history or type of accommodation. There seem to be a number of Guinness Buildings around is there any special in the name? Regards Phil

    Started by Phil‎, 14-11-2004 12:13 AM
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  12. Caius College Mission Battersea

    For anyone else out there who is ineterested, this mission was set up in Battersea in 1892. The buildings which still exist today as Caius House, Harroway Road are shortly to be pulled down and a new Community and Youth Centre still to be called Caius House will be built on the land. My...

    Started by blopeman64‎, 28-11-2007 3:40 PM
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  13. HARSENT and WASHER

    trying to work out my family tree and it is spreading far and wide my mums side of the family come from london to start with but were bombed out durin the war my nan was minnie roda washer her mum was HARSENT she had 14 children my nan was the eldest

    Started by chrisnewton‎, 15-03-2010 11:07 PM
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  14. Smile RODWELL

    Looking for any information on John RODWELL b 1799 Suffolk married 1821 Faversham Kent Sarah Jane MORGAN b 1796 Barking They had 7 children 1. John Rodwell b 1823 St Dunstan Stepney (I have details of his marriage) 2. Sarah Rodwell b 1825 St Dunstan Stepney 3. Elizabeth Rodwell b 1829 ...

    Started by mjkisxo‎, 21-02-2008 10:27 PM
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  15. Help finding info Great Grandparents

    I am looking to find information about my great grandparents. Ellen Agnes Mayes born January 30, 1900 in East Burmansey, England who married Thomas John Mayes born May 9, 1895 in Hammersmith, England They immigrated to Canada but not sure of the date and had 13 children. My grandmother Marjory...

    Started by TRobinson1‎, 20-01-2015 2:35 AM
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  16. John Henry Reynolds 1832 London

    Hello all! I've always been interested in my family's history - Reynolds being my last name. It's been an off and on sort of research as most of the information (U.S. genealogy) was researched by a relative. He pretty much did all of the leg work, so digging for U.S. information is not a problem...

    Started by adegan‎, 18-01-2015 5:01 PM
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  17. Searching the McPherson family from Greenwich

    Hi, I am searching my Grandfathers family William McPherson from Greenwich, London born 1900.

    Started by Limy-Lou‎, 09-01-2015 7:57 PM
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  18. Question Boatman family Deptord

    I, trying to find out about the Boatman family, Edwards St. Deptford late 1800s to 1940s or so. Particularly a James William Boatman who I think was a submariner and may have died at Zeebrugge Raid. Any help would be appreciated. thanks Viv

    Started by watchaboaty‎, 23-11-2014 9:47 AM
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  19. MASON John & Dorothy late 1700s, hackneyman

    I have been tracking the family of John MASON, operator of a hackney-coach business in St. George Hanover Square parish, Westminster, in the late 1700s. John's wife was named Dorothy. Children included Charles, John, Marianne, George, Eliza, Robert and William. Their home was near Grosvenor...

    Started by Jane Elderfield‎, 28-03-2014 5:03 AM
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  20. Vesta Tilley

    I am researching a friend's family tree and my friend tells me that she was always told there was a connection with Vesta Tilley's family somewhere. Matilda (Vesta) Alice Powles was born in Worcester. Her family lived in Worcester in 1871, Birmingham (where my friend comes from) in 1881 and 91,...

    Started by suemalings‎, 30-03-2010 1:42 PM
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