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John Robert Cook
John Robert Cook (born about 1876) was ny grandfather. He lived with his wife Ellen Rosina (nee Blackwell) at No.70 Cobbold Road and, I believe, he died in 1929. I have been unable to find his grave or the cemetery where he was buried. Can anybody help? Ken
Posted: 2021
Cobbold Road
My Dads family Cook) lived on Cobbold Road. My grandmother was Ellen (nee Blackwell) and grandfather was John Robert Cook. Their children were John (my dad), Len, Sydney, Ivy, Rose and Lilly. Other familiar names with some relationship living on Cobbold Road were the Redmans and Blackwells. The family lived there (possibly No. 70) from about 1906 ubtil my grandmother died in about 1960. I would be grateful for any information. Ken
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
red mail GREEN FAMILY
Hello All. I am researching the Lawes/Laws family from hampshire and Susan Elizabeth Laws married William Percy Green a bakers van salesman on 8th September 1906 in Fulham Register Office. On the marriage cert the address given was Haydyn Park Road Shepherds Bush London. Susan was the daughter of Stephen and Susan Laws. In 1911 they lived at Greenside Road Sherherds Bush and William was still a Bakers Roundsman. No children born at that time. Does anyone know of this family or of Williams baker's round. Any information appreciated
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
WEBSTER
George WEBSTER married Sarah GIBLETT. When Sarah died in 1881 George was 'of Shepherd's Bush'. George and Sarah WEBSTER's children: Emma, Henry, James Porter, Elizabeth Becks (mar. John BRAZIL), George Harley, Maria, Fanny, Ebenezer.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Frederick Vincent Cowderoy
Looking for any information about my grandfather, Frederick Vincent Cowderoy. Disappeared in 1920's from the Epping Forest area, but was seen in Shepherds bush market in 1930's. I particularly want to know if anyone has any information about him after the mid-20's and could give me a date and place of death.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
red mail CURREN/CURRAN
Trying to trace Charles Curren/Curran. He was married to Mary Monica SHORNEY & in June 1920 when their son Antony Christopher Curren was born he lived at 2 Loftus Villas, Loftus Rd, Shepherds Bush, London. He had been in the army & in 1920 worked as an motor engine fitter for Great Eastern Railways. I do not know where or when he was born but I think he possibly died sometime around 1935. Any info at all would be great.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Frances Hannah Sandford - Fishmonger
I seek details about the above - my g'mother - who married Oswald Knowler in 1901. Frances had 4-5 sisters and stated occupation on marriage certificate was 'fishmonger' at 9 Shepherds Bush Green so any info of the shop too would prove useful. Thank you.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Grandmother Margaret Beavan Binden Rd
Margaret Abbott nee Abbott B Dublin 1871 Died Hammersmith 1961 contact Curious Fox
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Lost Sister Doreen Bevan ( Vite) Cousin Molly Barlow
I last met my Sister Doreen Vite B 1st Sept 1925 (Bevan ) in Ruislip in 1956 her Husband Rene Vite ex Flt Sgt French Air Force I met in Terminal I Heathrow in 1970 we were both working there, He with Air France, I was with THF one of their daughters Michele Maureen Vite B 3rd Nov 1945 4 Ashchurch Park Villas W12 Any News ackowledged thru curious fox
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2016
red mail George Adolphus Beavan B 1866 Brixton Engineer
George Adolphus Beavan, my Grandfather B 1866 D 1922 He was an electrical engineer. info to Curious fox
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2016

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