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Kilbey
Does anyone have any Kilbey ancestors from Hemel Hempstead Mid 19th Century, if so would love to hear from you. Sue
Posted: 2021
Florence Williams (Sprigg)
I am trying to find relatives of Florence L Williams (nee Sprigg). She was born in 1922 and married Victor Williams. They had four children - Susan (1951), Peter (1952), Sylvia (1954) and Karen (1961). I am not sure if any of them have married but if anyone can help me to contact one or all of them, I would be very grateful.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2021
red mail FREEMAN, GHOST.
Thomas Freeman b.1780 at Herpenden, married Ann Ghost b.1778? at Tring./ Marriage at Hemel Hempstead 1802./ Issue: Elizabeth 1802, *William 1804, Rebecca 1805, John 1808, Thomas 1812, Sarah, 1819, James 1827, Ann 1838./ Resided St Margarets Farm - the farm for the nunnery of St Margarets./ *William - convict, transported to NSW 1826.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
red mail BALL family, Boxmoor, Hemel Hempstead
It appears my Great Grandfather (Alfred Ball, 8 yrs) and his two brothers (William Ball, 14 yrs, and John Ball, 11 yrs) were sent to Canada in 1887 and 1888 respectively, through Fegan Homes. I am hoping to find their parents' names or any information on their situation before leaving for Canada.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2018
red mail TOMLIN CARTER
Looking for any information on a boy born around 1943 to 1946 , surname Tomlin, possible first name Brian. No other information known, except the surname Carter connects as does the place Billingshurst.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Eliza Streeton m Harry Bates 1906 Hemel Hemp.
Searching for dedicated Researchers interested in the marriage of Eliza STREETON and Harry George BATES at Hemel Hempstead (Boxmoor) 31 March 1906. Harry migrated to Queensland in 1907 and Eliza (and her half-brother/step-brother William JORDAN) followed in 1911. Eliza and Harry settled near Proserpine, Queensland, and have descendents. Eliza died in Brisbane in 1934 aged 53, suggesting a birth around 1881. She had a sister who died in England in 1990 (b. ca. 1900). Any relation to the William Streeton, b. 1830 Harpenden, d. Hemel Hempstead 1894, res. 1851 Harpenden?? Harry's father was Joseph BATES and his grandparents, William and Sophia BATES, were both born at or near Amersham BUCKS around 1820 and 1825 resp. Any info on Eliza's or Harry's ancestors appreciated.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Hollick
Alice Hollick b. 1884 in Boxmoor. Father Frederick Hollick b. 1855, mother, Mary Sibley b. 1861. Siblings - Elizabeth b. 1887, Jack b. 1890, John b. 1890, Priscilla b. 1892, Frederick b. 1895
Posted: 2007, Contact email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail Scrivener
Eliza Scrivener b. 1812 Redbourne lived in Boxmoor after marriage to William Hollick. Children- William b. 1834, Elizabeth b. 1836, Eliza, b. 1843 Frederick b. 1855
Posted: 2007, Contact email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail Sibley
Henry Sibley b. 1751 married Ann Tarbox b. 1759. Children:*Henry b. 1777, *John b. 1779, *William b. 1781, *Thomas b. 1783, *George b. 1787, *Mary b., 1792
Posted: 2007, Contact email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail Sibley
Henry Sibley b. 1777 married Mary Bunce b. 1778 Children: *Henry b. 1802, *Thomas b. 1804, *John b. 1805, *Elizabeth b. 1807, *William b. 1809, *Catherine b. 1812, *Mary b. 1814, *David b. 1816, *Joseph b. 1817, *Ann b. 1821, *George b. 1822, *Susan b. 1826
Posted: 2007, Contact email reconfirmed: 2016

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