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Locke Maldon
Hi, looking for information about a Annette Locke born abt 1949 and died the same year I think, parents name are Stanley victor Locke & Florence locke (Jarvis) they lived in the witham area. Only found out about this person today so I don't know if correct. Any help would be great
red mail Tracing lost cousins from Hockley Hockley
I am trying to trace descendents of a branch of my father's family. They lived and died at 35 and 42 Great Eastern Road, Hockley, Essex in the late 50s until at least 1975. The family originate from Islington and Highbury, and Bermondsey, Surrey before that. I'm hoping that people in the area may remember the family and help me with finding any of my surviving distant cousins, if they had offspring! Brief details of the Hockley Hodges. Arthur Edwin Hodges (1873 - 1960) a sporting gun stocker, who married Lydia Lily Stephens in Islington in 1895. They had at least two children; Lydia May Hodges (1896 - 1975) who married James Sidney Guy (died 1958) and had daughters Barbara (b.1932) and Jean (b.1934). The other child of Arthur and Lydia was Arthur Stephen Henry Hodges (b.1903 - still living in 1960), a civil servant. Thanks in advance, Robert
Seeking contact with descendants of Mary Mead OVERALL, daughter of Robert and Hannah (nee DAWSON) OVERALL who was bapt. at Heybridge in 1809. She married Francis John HOYTE. Her brother was Jesse OVERALL who married Sarah SCALES in Maldon in 1827. They emigrated with three children and Sarah pregnant, to South Australia on "Duke of Wellington" in 1849. They are well documented here in Australia There is a 352 page book, "OVERALL Down Under", published in 1993.. KJI
red mail Danbury Mead, Essex Danbury
Looking for info on '' BROOK END FARM '' 1825 and bf. This land and other Cottage with land was in the Milbank Family until left to Mary Milbank Johns, of Sandford Mill in Springfield Essex. On her Marriage to Alfred Copland Bookseller and Chelsmford Solicitors '' it was the Marriage Settlement between Mary Milbank Johns and Alfred Copland. Info on the Farm and how far back this land was in the Milbank Family of Springfield- Chelmsford would be great.. Thank you...
Rowland/David/Daniel Davis Rettendon
Has any one a Rowland/ David/ Daniel Davis in their family tree, his date of birth was 13th July 1902, and lived around Rettendon, Southend, and Chelmsford areas around the 1930-60's, any help would be appreciated. Thank You.
red mail william marshall Woodham Walter
I am searching for any information about William Marshall his wife was Rebecca & a daughter Mary Dorothy b1922 but was bap 1931 . At the time of baptism they were living in Danbury
red mail East Hanningfield School, East Hanningfield, Essex East Hanningfield
I would welcome any information at all about EAST HANNINGFIELD SCHOOL - any tiny detail would be of interest. If you went to school there, or have a relative who was at the school or worked there, I would love to hear from you as I am preparing a history of this school.
red mail hazell Latchingdon
Hi, I'm looking for my great great granddad, he as far as I'm aware comes from latchingdon, born 1841. his name William Hazell.
red mail perkins Little Baddow
I can trace family to Middlemead which I believe is the area of Pheasantwood Farm now. James Perkins was born around 1809 but can't find baptism, possibly born Danbury which is close by. He was married in the village to Elizabeth in1833 and a witness name was Lucking (family is well known in this area) My great grandfather Isaac was born in village in 1848 and had several siblings. They were agricultural labourers and eventually most moved to Lewisham to work in Royal parks. Would like to get back further in history of family.judy
red mail GRAY, Jemima 1784-1886 the wife of TWITCHETT, Benjamin Hazeleigh
Searching information on the above named person, Jemima; she lived between 1784 and 6th September 1866. She originally came from Hazeleigh. She died in Southwark. She had a son called Ezra Edward Twitchett who would marry Caroline Julia Groux Kerche in Southwark. I think she may have been the daughter of John and Hannah but I can't be certain as it's all a little unclear. Any help would be much appreciated!

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