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    Nattriss, Nattrass in London

    These names originate in the north-east (mainly Durham / Northumberland), but there have been some Nattrisses, Nattrasses, Nattresses in London since at least the 18th century. My Nattriss ancestors trace back to John Nattriss, tailor, born 8 July 1763 in Shadwell. His father's name was also...
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    Albert James Vine married q4 1887 Stepney

    But who did he marry? Could have been Margretta Louisa Muller or Mary Ann M. Rothon. Of course that's as far as I can get with FreeBMD, and this isn't my direct line of ancestry so buying a certificate would be a bit extravagant. If anyone has access to parish records this would be a great...
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    Henry Augustus DALBY - NZ

    Henry Augustus Dalby (my ancestor's nephew) was one of the earliest NZ settlers, arriving New Plymouth on the Amelia Thompson in 1841. This isn't the mystery. He set up first as a carter (having the only bullock cart in town), and later opened a general store. In 1844 he married Elizabeth Naomi...
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    William Henley, upholsterer

    Unfortunately I have only 3 facts about my ggg-grandfather William Henley: born Woburn, Bedfordshire in 1781, married Anne White in Woburn in 1805, and he was an upholsterer according to the marriage certificate of his son John in 1838 (in Brighton). I don't know where he plied his trade. I...
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    Introducing - Steve Henley

    Hello, all. I'm Stephen Henley. Living now in Matlock, Derbyshire, but origins scattered all over. London's East End, Brighton, Woburn, north Germany, Sheffield, Howden and a few more places besides. I have also traced relatives to many more places: quite a few to Australia and New Zealand, and...
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