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Would like to hear from anyone with Stopher ancestors from Canning Town. Sue
red mail Osbourne family
I am looking for any descendants of Winifred Osbourne who born around 1903 and died unfortunately in a car crash in August 1940. She married Percival George Maslen in 1923. He had come out of the navy and became a firefighter. Her fathers name wasHerbert Stevington Osborne (1871-1923) and her mothers name was Isabella Watkins (1875-1933). Any information or pictures would be gratefully received. Thanking you in advance Mandy 
red mail ERNEST ROAD - Edwards family
My mother was born in Ernest Road, Canning Town in 1909. Her mother was May Edwards and my mother's name was Violet May. Does anyone known anything about the Edwards family or what Ernest Road was like please?
red mail arthur & hannah henderson
hii i'm looking for information about arthur & hannah henderson nee ring,they lived in 28 wightman st,canning town according to the 1911 census,he was a dock labourer.they had 3 children,arthur 11,alfred 6 and jessie 2.thats all i father,fred was born later in 1915 but i don't know if they had moved on by then. i am curious as to what happened to them,any information would be appreciated.thank you, maurice
red mail Canning Town ancestors
I am researching the following family names in Canning Town area between 1880 and 1942: HERRIDGE, BECKMAN, GENT, SHELDRAKE and PRUDENCE. If you have any information on any of these names, please let me know.
red mail Tate family
Any information on the Tate family or any relatives out there? My Gt Grandad was James William Tate he worked on the Docks. He had 7 children (6 girls and one boy) and they all went to the Holborn Road School.
I am searching for any information / recollections that anyone may have on the CLARKE family who used to live at 48 Clifton Road Canning Town. They lived there in 1901 and still there in 1911. William Clarke (my Great Grandfather) was originally from Jamaica & lived here with his wife, Leah and children, Edward, William, James, Louisa and Frederick. When William senior died, Levan Young (Leah's brother) moved in. My Grandfather, Edward Levan Clarke became an officer in the Merchant Navy. I'm particularly interested in William Clarke Junior (known to some as Billy) who used to play the piano in silent cinemas and music halls. He left London for Scotland to join the Seaforth Battalion in WW1. Very little is known about him and I'm trying to piece together. Any information at all, good or bad, very welcome!
red mail Calas / Politz / Turner- Stoke Newington or Canning Town or Shoreditch
I am looking for anyone researching Elizabeth Matilda CALAS (Nee HINTON- b 1854 - I of W) married to Daniel CALAS (b 1850 - Shoreditch). They had a daughter called Louisa Matilda CALAS (b 1878) who married Theodore Hilton POLITZ (b 1877). Louisa went on to have 8 children, the youngest of which was Irene (b 1919). I think Irene married Edward T G TURNER around 1940 and possibly had two sons John E G TURNER and Alan TURNER- John and Alan would now be in their 60's. I have addresses of 22 Ivy Lane, Shoreditch, 78 Clifton Road, Canning Town and 24 Cowper Road, Stoke Newington. I would love to hear from anyone researching this family as we are distantly related
red mail our mums relatives
our nan and grandad (Henry Jones and Maud Alice Beatrice Meadows /Jones) lived at 26 Beaconsfield Road Canning Town about 1922 our mother was born named Maud Doris Mary Jones 28/02/1922,Henry had sisters, names unknown to us, would like to find relatives as don't know anything from our mums past Jackie
red mail South Hallsville School
I am seeking details on the bombing of South hallsville School in 1940 i am trying to find out what newspaper had the photo's in also trying to find details of the survivours any help would be appreciated

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