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red mail Edward Ayres/Ellen Jones formerly Roberts
My grandmother Ellen ROBERTS born c1899/1900, married Edward AYRES in 1932 Aldershot, they had one daughter that I know of named Phoebe or possible Gertrude Phoebe born c1934. Ellen's previous marriage before Edward had been to a Thomas JONES in 1925 and they had three daughters, Elizabeth, Millicent and Rose Jane. If anyone has any extra info it would be most gratefully received, thanks.
red mail aldershot
can anyone tell me what registration district Aldershot was in about 1888/9.would it be hartley wintley,or farnham.any help would be appreciated.
red mail May Family, aldershot and odiham
I am looking for the May family. Isaac b 1804 married Elizabeth Lovelock in 1827, originated in Odiham, so did his son Harry William b 1845, married to Alice Silver. Harry's son William Victor May was born in Aldershot . William's father Harry was a wheelwright and ran a company with someone called Richardson. Beryl
vickerman
looking for information on john arthur vickerman ,born in yorkshire, married mary parr from aldershot, also their son john walter. John arthur died in 1940 in aldershot, john walter died in 1985 in somerset.
red mail Aldershot birth
Sarah Jamison was born c1868 to a John Jamison and Susannah Jamison (nee Galbraith) in Aldershot according to paperwork I have. Her father was in serving in 44th Regeiment of Foot at the time of her birth. I cannot find her birth anywhere. Any help would be greatfully appreciated. Thankyou
red mail TAYLOR, Colonel Walter George
I am tracing my great-grandfather whose address on my grandfather's papers was given as Aldershot in 1881 at the time of my grandfather's birth. In my grandfather's marriage certificate (in Australia) his father's occupation is noted as "Retired Military officer" in 1913. Another reference to my great-grandfather reverses the christian names as George Walter.Any help or suggestions greatly appreciated.
red mail GEORGE PIKE
i am reseaching family history , my grandmother Eva Lily French married George Pike november 7th 1918 in Holy Trinity Church Aldershot .George has his address as 209 High Street Eva lived 55 York Road Aldershot , The witnesses to their marriage was Henry Tudor Roberts and Ellen Hackell , the marriage didn't appear to last very long but they did have one son also named George born september 1919 , Eva had a daughter prior to the marriage ,Dorothy Ivy French born 1915 at one point Eva and daughter lived in Theale .been unable to find Mr Pike or anything relating to the witnesses , thank you for any help ,
red mail Mortimer/Charlton/Bramley
I am trying to trace my family tree, but with little success! My grandfather was Robert Mortimer, b. c1917, who lived in aldershot and served in the Hampshire regiment during WW2. He married Jean Charlton b. c1918. They had one son - Alan Robert Frank, and 2 daughters, Lynn and Diane. Alan was my father, he was born 1948, and died 2005. My mum is Linda Anne Mortimer (Nee Bramley) who was born in Tongham 1951 to My grandmother Doris. Any details on any of these families will be gratefully recieved...
red mail Royal Arms Pub
My Grandparents were at the pub until 1978...John and Dorothy Tait. Sadly, it is now a bank...
red mail George E Smitham
born abt 1869 in Aldershot, i think his father was Richard henry born 1824 in St Ives. I believe George was in the army. One of his children was Edward Victor who was born 1899 in farnborough. i understand George moved about quite a bit with the army and possible married a few times. can anyone help with any information about him. his mother was possibly Matilda????

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