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Forum: Bakers

  1. Records of Bakers in London 1840 to 1891

    Hi My 2 x great grand father John Goodey (sometimes spelled Goody) and his father Richard Goodey were both Bakers throughout the period 1840 to 1891. When Richard Goodey (born about 1818 in Mongwell Oxfordshire) married his cousin Mary Goodey on 15 July 1840 at St. Mary's church, Newington,...

    Started by Richard Miller‎, 03-04-2012 7:59 PM
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  2. Jacob Hipp - Baker to Their Majesties

    Hello Everyone, I am looking for my 4x great grandfather Jacob Hipp ( -1810) whom I believe to be a native of Germany (according to the Public Ledger & Daily Advertiser - 14 Sep 1810). I have been unable to find any documents relating to his arrival in England and I wonder if anyone might be...

    Started by lyndie‎, 05-08-2018 4:05 PM
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  3. Baker/Miller

    looking for more information on Thomas Blackmore. listed as master miller and baker. wife Sarah Staples.

    Started by DoreenH‎, 04-08-2013 8:19 AM
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  4. A H SMITH, Bakers, Southend on Sea, 1900s

    Filed with Albert Richard Coppard's WW1 Service Records (WO 363): A wonderful letter-heading for A H SMITH, "High Class Cook Confectioner, Bread & Biscuit Baker" of Southend on Sea. The letter is illegible (probably a reference for Coppard, circa 1915), the signature is just legible on the first...

    Started by fullscott‎, 26-09-2013 5:34 PM
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  5. SKELTON & SON, Merton Park, May 1915

    Filed with Albert Richard Coppard's WW1 Service Records (WO 363): A clear handwritten reference (for Coppard) on headed paper - SKELTON & SON, Bakers Confectioners and Caterers, Luncheon and Tea Rooms. Dated May 1915. Unfortunately, the signature is "Skelton & Son", so no way of knowing who...

    Started by fullscott‎, 26-09-2013 5:14 PM
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  6. The Worshipful Company of Bakers

    Here is an interesting link for anyone researching Baker ancestors. www. bakers.co.uk/about-history.php4

    Started by Titanicfan‎, 04-02-2009 5:12 PM
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    29-08-2013, 12:19 PM Go to last post
  7. William SMITH, Baker & Grocer Birmingham 1915

    Filed with Charles William Abbey's WW1 Service Records (WO 363): A handwritten reference (for Abbey) on headed shop paper from William SMITH, Baker & Grocer, Vauxhall Birmingham, dated May 1915. May be of use as a handwriting/signature sample. Anc****y, ABB, page 410

    Started by fullscott‎, 17-05-2013 5:38 PM
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  8. Bakery in Iver, Buckinghamshire

    Hi: I hope this odd request doesn't constitute cross-posting, but I am anxious to find the name of the family that owned the bakery in Iver High Street during the 1950s (and possibly earlier). If my memory serves me, the bakery was located on the right-hand side of the High Street (that is, on the...

    Started by patk‎, 09-03-2011 5:13 AM
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  9. Baker Journeyman

    I know that journeyman travelled to carry out their trade and it makes sense if you were a blacksmith, labourer etc but I can anyone explain why a baker would do so? Nina

    Started by nina‎, 25-10-2010 4:49 PM
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  10. The Bakery, Churchinford, Somerset

    Hi My GGrandfather Robert Rowsell ran the Bakery in Churchinford in Somerset although it was part of Devon at that time. He was living there in 1881 but had moved with his family to Pontypool in South Wales by 1891. The Bakery at Churchinford was sold by auction at the York Inn (next door) on...

    Started by historian‎, 26-02-2010 4:23 PM
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  11. Thumbs up More Baking Sites

    Hi to the Brit-Gen Community I have been doing some research on my "baker" ancestors from Redditch (the James Family) and have come across some interesting sites that may be helpful to others researching bakers and confectioners. www. bakeryinfo.co.uk www....

    Started by blue wren‎, 05-05-2009 4:18 AM
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  12. Chapel Street, Littleham Baker

    I am looking for information on Thomas Toby who in the 1881 census was listed as a master baker. He was born in 1841 and was married to Mary Cox (b. 1843) in 1863.The bakery was on Chapel Street, Littleham, Devon. Particularly, I am trying to trace farther back on this line. Thanks for any...

    Started by sensei‎, 22-04-2010 12:26 PM
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  13. Talking Brandy Snap Maker

    Hello I am trying to find some informaiton on my GG Grandfather I have found him on the 1881 / 1891 and 1901 Census and his is listed as follows: 1881 - Confectioner (Wholesale) 1891 - Confectioner 1901 - Brandy Snap Maker His wife was listed as a Baker Does anyone know anything about bakers...

    Started by HeidiR‎, 03-09-2009 6:16 PM
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  14. "Charles RODWAY, baker"--did he exist?

    The birth registration of Charles Ernest RODWAY, b. 18 July 1879 in Lewisham, gives his mother as "Sarah RODWAY, formerly MURRAY" (which is right), and the father as "Charles RODWAY, Baker". The mother had been widowed 14 months before (husband John RODWAY, furniture dealer, d. of smallpox at...

    Started by Jane Elderfield‎, 07-06-2009 11:30 PM
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