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red mail 1 Regent Place Above Bar Southampton
I am interested in finding out more about this address in the 1920-30's. Was it a residential home? A business? Both? What was the family name of the people living here? Thank you in advance for any information.
I've hit a real brickwall trying to find the parents of Frederick Henry Cherritt,born c1894,Southampton,Hants. Can anyone help me,please?
GRAY Elizabeth Sophia
Born Elizabeth Sophia HUMPHRIES 1832 at Lambeth. (Father a publican; George Terry Humphries) Elizabeth married George Gray at Southampton Jun qr 1872. Died Southampton Sep qr 1908 aged 72. Seeking any information on her or Gray and Humphries families. Thank You.
maureen hampton
Can any one recall a death of Maureen Hampton. Found on Bursledon railway line. Making her way back to Coldeast hospital. This could have taken place many years ago. I Read a story. I worked there for 24yrs but cannot recall the lady. Possibly too far back to remember Carol
Humphries, Humphreys, OR Humphrey?
Elizabeth Sophia Humphries shown in 1851 Brighton census as E A Humphrey age 14 yrs at a girls' school 'Belvedere' in Montpelier Road, Brighton, shown as born Southampton. Father's name Richard Humphries. This school was run by a Margaret C Wallace and her sister Caroline with their neice Rose age 10 shown as a pupil. (Their name shown in census as 'Wallane ! and Montpelier as 'Montpellier) Elizabeth married George Gray, June qr 1872 at Southampton. Grace married Thomas Brown 17/4/1853 also at Southampton. It is Elizabeth we are particularly interested in. She might be in Andover in 1861, Hartley Wintney in 1871, and thereafter as Elizabeth Gray in Southampton where she may have died in1908. Information sought on any of the above. Thank you.
red mail very long shot!!
Hi, I am looking for the name of a relative who lived in Southampton in the late 50's early 60's. She was elderly then & lived in a tall thin house on a road with houses on only 1 side. On the other side of the road was the back wall of the Pirelli slipper factory. Her 1st name was Grace. She had a male lodger who lived on the top floor of her house. Her daughter was called Rosie & she lived on a dairy farm in Petworth. I don't know if she was a relative but we called her Auntie Grace. My grandmother Ivy Amy Lillian Thresher ( aka as Dina Crow) was the connection. We used to visit when I was a small child & I can remember walking to the house from the station & seeing the old town walls. I know this is a long shot, but hpoefully someone may remember her, or the name of the road she lived on Thank you Annie
I am looking for details of a James EASTHER, a Baker, born c. 1787, who married Elizabeth, surname unknown in c.1810-14. Their known children are: William c.1814, place unknown, John 1816, Alfred 1818, George 1820, Henry 1821(my ancestor), & Edward 1823, the last five baptised at St Luke's Chelsea. George died young, John remained in England while the other four migrated to Australia. Any information gratefully received and I am willing to share.
Looking for info on Job MASTERS (1837-1901) who was innkeeper of The Engineers Arms at 1 Northam Road in the late 1800s. He was married to Jane and had children Jane, Henry, Florence, Nelly, Alice and William. Does anyone know of the pub or what happened to the family?
Pavey (employee of Sutton's Seed Co.)
I am searching for information of a Pavey (first name unknown) who was employed by the Sutton Seed Company about 1924. I believe he originated from the Southampton area.
Mary Ann COURTENAY ca 1797-1844
Seeking parents and place of origin of Mary Ann Courtenay, who may be the Mary Ann bp. 11 Oct 1797 at St Mary's, Southampton, Hampshire, England, parents listed as John Courtenay and Jane. (The 1841 census lists her as b. in Middlesex - but no record of her birth/baptism there) She m. 1827 as spinster at Stratford Le Bow St Mary, John Calf, widower of Anne Frances Holmes. Mary Ann died 29 May 1844, St Martin in the Fields, London. John married (3rd) Maria Smith in Shoreditch in 1850 and the couple emigrated to Australia. John and Mary Ann had four children - (1) Robert Frederick Courtenay Calf, b. about 1829 Hackney, m. Eliza Deacon 1851 Islington, an engraver who emigrated to Washington DC USA 1855 & dropped Calf name, d. DC 1887 as 'Frederick Courtney' - ch. with progeny were (a) Frederick Henry Courtenay, b. 1852 S. Stoneham, Hants, m. 1879 DC Sarah Elizabeth Taylor, d. 1906 DC as (Frederick) William Courtney, 3 children, and (b) Laura Frances Courtenay b. 1853 Dublin m. 1876 Francis G. Brainerd, d. 1928 Lawrence, Massachusetts, 12 children; (2) Elizabeth Fanny Courtenay Calf, b. about 1831 in Lambeth, d. 1879 Camberwell, Surrey, m. Edward Henry Glanvill in Hoxton in 1850 - only child Edward William Courtenay Glanvill, b. 1851 Shoreditch, who m. Eliza Dunn 1880 St Pancras and had 5 children; (3) Catherine Calf, b. 1836, Shoreditch, who emigrated to Australia and m. in Geelong, Victoria, Alfred 'Frederick' Stone of Thaxted, Essex - 10 known children; and (4) William Calf, b. 1839, d. 1843 in Hoxton.

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