It's not the Red Lion Street between:
Theobald's Road (to the north) and
Chancery Lane (to the south) then ?
Just in case you haven't seen it:
Over the next five days in a five-day extravaganza, Britain will watch enthralled as Richard III is laid to rest :D
Here is a link giving details: (I hope it works!!!)...
A bit like Welsh Rabbit.
(think of the three types of it:
1./ Little furry animal
2./ Welsh chattering
3./ Cheese on toast)
I very well remember in the 1950's being VERY disappointed when I ordered number 3. above, as a child in a cafe with my Mum and Dad [thinking it would be some sort of...
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So I have taken the liberty of providing a simple, but effective, short course of exercise which I recommend members use. [In moderation of course]
... and would add to that some of the Census transcribers as well.
I was looking for my GGF's family - found him O.K. - but he was on hid own.
NO SIGN of the wife or children! (which I knew he had or else I wouldn't be here!! :o)
So I searched under the wife's maiden name ... and there she was...
I have a copy of H.O. 107/21344for Hoveringham, Nottinghamshire.
Number 77 lists the family of Joseph Alvey.
Elizabeth is listed as a daughter aged 9 BUT i can't make out what it says in the occupation column.
Any suggestions ?
I'm looking in 1891 for the parents/families of:
Samuel ALVEY b.reg Dec 1/4 Hackney LDN
Ethel Jane ALVEY b.reg Sec 1/4 1886 Maylebone MDX
I believe the families at least knew each other if not directly related.
Samuel may have been known as Samuel Herman or Samuel Harman...