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    William STREET & Minnie HILL

    William is a great-great uncle b.1859 Clerkenwell. Have been able to trace him through to 1911. In 1891 census he is married to Minnie (she was a Domestic servant in the household of William & his mother Jane in 1881). I have been unable to locate their marriage. Their first child was born 1884...
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    surname Durrant first name Durrant ?

    While sorting out my various Parker DURRANT children Registered/born in Brighton to Edward Parker DURRANT & Ann Durrant between 1835 & 1840 I came across a birth record with surname and first name Durrant. This child was registered in Brighton in 1839. Could this have been a genuine first name...
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    John DOWSETT - Is he a real grandson.

    Trying to sort change of name for an ancestor. Found a possible connection in an 1881 census. Head of household Richard HALES a.66 has with him a John DOWSETT a.15 recorded as 'Grandson' (neither of them are my ancestor). My query is could John actually be Richard's grand nephew:) but was called...
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    Mystery young woman

    Any ideas on date of this photo and the occassion she had her photo taken please. The back is black and blank. The card measures 6cm by 10.5cm. Also could the photo have been taken in England? Tracey
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    What's the street name in Pancras

    Anyone help with street name on Death Cert for Henry George Walden 1883. I cannot find the street name of where he lived in Pancras. The name looks like Seveniton. The sub-districit is Tottenham Court. Unfortunately he was in Clerkenwell in the 1881 Census. Any ideas Appreciated.
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    William Turnor Did he die?

    Hello I'm trying to find out if he died before my G.G.Grandmother Ann(ie) Dowsett left England for New Zealand with her only child Elizabeth (not Turnor's child) in 1874. They married in 1864 in Bethnal Green. They were both 23 and he was a Pork Butcher as was his father also William Turnor a...
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    USA bound but where are they.

    I am trying to find Great Aunt, Maud Adelaide Street. I have a postcard with a photo of her holding a young baby. On the back is written "Frank Carlton Mott aged 3 months born July 16th 1914" and an old scrap of paper with an address 35 Arbuelo (?) Way, Los Alto California. My last record of her...
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    1911 census where are the husbands?

    I have found two families in the 1911 census which have given me some wonderful new leads, however, both husbands are not on the forms. The wifes, one being my Great Grandmother and the other a Great aunt both show as being married. I know the husband's names and wondering if anyone else has...
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    Blanche Harrison nee Street looking for her death

    She was a great aunt born 23 aug 1880 in Isiington to Frederick and Mary Street. Last located in 1911 Census living in Southampton with two young children. My mother understands she died due to a gas explosion and/or something to do with a bath !! Unfortunatley don't know when I have an old...
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    George Beaumont Barratt

    3xgreat aunt Emma Kate Street born 1856 married the above gentleman in 1878 Holborn Reg District. I found his birth in 1855 St. Pancras. However they have "disappeared" after 1878. I was wondering could his middle name have been a surname from perhaps his mother's maiden name and is Beaumont an...
  11. Hawkesbee

    Hi Everyone

    I've been doing Genealogy for several years on and off. This is the first time I've actually posted on a Forum. Look forward to the new experience. :)
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