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Lovewell Family

harbar

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MY GGF was a coachman born in Norwich 1850 died in Middlesex 1880 he was Edward N Lovewell.
Any help with information re him or his would be appreciated
 
Possible birth reg.

LOVEWELL, EDWARD Mother maiden name - NEVE

GRO Reference: 1850 J Quarter in NORWICH Volume 13 Page 280
 
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Hi, do you names for his parents? Who and when he married?
Yes his father was Thomas Lovewell 1812-1877 His mother was Amelia Emily Neave 1813-1893.
He had five children. I would like to find out about his Coachman days what and where he worked and why he died so young
 
His death certificate should state cause of death. I will check the newspapers on the slim chance his death may have made a mention.
 
Belgravia was and still is a very affluent part of London. I can't find any mention of a Lowndes Mews but the was and is a Lowndes Square and Lowndes Terrace. If we could find who was living at 26 in 1871-1881 we maybe able to locate his employer
 
A couple of questions. You say that Edward had 5 children, I've only found 3, Edward James, 1877. George, 1878 and Leonard, 1880, who were the other 2?

Where did Emma and the children go after Edwards death?
 
Not sure if this helps any??

Multiple Advertisements and Notices .
The Morning Post (London, England), Thursday, April 26, 1888
 

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Money-Market and City Intelligence.
The Times (London, England), Monday, May 5, 1879, Issue 29559, p.9.
Publication Section: Business News
 

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Where is Lower North Street because it seems Lowndes Mews runs off it. ??
 
Does not seem to be an Upper and Lower North street. I found this ...
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.. we have addresses for this Kate and her sister Maria in the school registers for the 1860s (St Paul’s, Westminster )… 8 Lowndes Mews, 5a Lower North Street … nice addresses! But daddy was a groom for grand families …
 
Can someone please check the original census and see what the actual address is 26 Lowndes Mews.

1881 Census
Name: Richard Williams
Event Place: St George Hanover Square, London,Middlesex, England
Registration District: St George Hanover Square
Residence Note: Lowndes Mews
Gender: Male
Age: 43
Marital Status: Married
Occupation: Coachman
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Birth Year (Estimated): 1838
Birthplace: Gooderich, Herefordshire, England
Page Number: 28
Registration Number: RG11
Piece/Folio: 99/108

Richard Williams Head Male 43 Gooderich, Herefordshire, England
Harriet Williams Wife Female 42 Maidstone, Kent, England
Harriet Anna Williams Daughter Female 14 St Geo Han Sq, Middlesex, England
Jane Williams Daughter Female 12 St Geo Han Sq, Middlesex, England
Richd Hy Williams Son Male 11 Lea Marston, Warwickshire, England
Albert Chas Williams Son Male 4 Lea Marston, Warwickshire, England
James Hawkes Servant Male 28 London, Middlesex, England
William Bull Servant Male 23 Fareham, Hampshire, England
John Anthony Bradley Servant Male 19 West Halham, Derbyshire, England
 
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