Thanks for looking these up. So many different maiden names and as Dave has already mentioned none seem to line up with the St Sepulchre, Holborn clan that I am assuming is the most likely family.
Thanks for reply - I agree with you on this one, as William Connor Senior died some when between 1871 and 1881 and this entry is the only one that comes close to his birth date of 1827 mentioned on the 1871 Census. Not quite sure why he was in Greenwich when the rest of the family...
Thanks for looking Dave.
If this is the correct family for my elusive William CONNOR, then the Irish nationality probably means they were Catholic ? Can I ask please if you used the English GRO index only ?
Thanks again for looking.
Thanks for the newspaper entries Rupert,
I did have the memorial ones, but not the death notice.
At least I know now he was buried at Kingston Cemetery and may possibly find a DOB with the burial record/headstone.
I couldn't find a grave listed online, so I will take a trip there when I'm...
Thanks Steve for the suggestion.
The Southwark site has a broken link at the moment to where pre 1900 Birth records can be obtained, so I'll have to phone them.
Still not sure if this link will result in a Fathers name of 'William'
How did you establish the mothers name was BROWN ?
I have been...
I'm really stuck trying to find the origins of my wife's Great Grandfather, William CONNOR (AKA CONNER) - any help would be most appreciated.
I'll try to brief with the facts that I have.
All the records I have seen point to a birth in London, Middlesex between June 1869 and April 1871 of...
Thanks for the warm welcomes...
I will try to reply to some of the comments on this thread.
Lee - The Blackmanfamily.org link to Ada that you provided, was from information I provided to the site. Unfortunately there has not been any subsequent follow up from this.
Dave - You are quite right...
I'm new to this forum and was wondering if anyone has any information on the MARSHALL family living in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England from 1877 onwards?
I have found that Jane PASSINGHAM married John BLACKMAN in 1873 at Portsea. It would appear that the couple had the following children:-...