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red mail Family of John Flower King
John Flower King, born St Albans 1886 to John and Ellen. 3 younger sisters- Mary (b, 1888), Ivy Ellen and Grace. In 1901 was a 'straw hat maker', by 1911 was away from home working as a clothing assistant at Newington, Southwark. In 1916 he married my Great Aunt Mary (always known as May) Philips from Llanelli. They lived at Wood Green until his death in about 1949. I've found some indication that he served on HMS President (London area shore establishment) in WW1, working on communications for the RNAS. He later worked for the Post Office as a telephonist or similar. I knew my Aunty May very well- she died in 1985- and once met one of 'Uncle Jack's' sisters- I think it was Mary. There was a vague family story that he'd been gassed at some point during the war and thus his lungs were damaged and his relatively early death was become of resulting weakness. Although Aunty May and other members of the family spoke often & affectionately about him, I have never seen a photo of him, and would like to know more about what he did during WW1. Jack & May had no children, so the only possible family left would be descendants of his sisters or possibly of siblings of his parents
red mail John Tisdall(Tisdale) of St Albans 1660's
Trying to find the marriage of John Tisdall to an Elizabeth who had a son John born around 1663 in St Albans. A Trade Token made in 1667 has John's wife as E = probably Elizabeth, and the record states his son was an alderman. I can't find a John & Elizabeth with a son of John in that time frame.
Hannah Rebecca Beecroft
Researching Hannah (DoB 1848) died in 1914. The 1871 Census shows her at 25 yoa in the village of Frogmore, Nr. St. Albans, Herts. The 1891 Census shows her at 43 yoa in of Newsells,, Herts. Using Find my Past I can find no trace of her on the 1881 Census. Has anyone access to other Census records that might help?
red mail Thomas Perry
I am looking for information about Thomas Perry and his daughter , Charlotte born C1821 in St Albans. Charlotte was my great grandmother who married John Thomas Harris in Brisbane Australia C1841 and later moved to Sawyers Bay, New Zealand.
Dockree/Johnson
I am researching my family tree (Johnson) My grandfather was Robert George Johnson(1879-1966) whose first wife I believe was Emma Dockree married in 1904,they had two sons Henry George & Arthur Edward,Denise (1941) I believe is the daughter of Henry George.Robert & Emma on the 1911 census lived at Linford Camp Lane St Albans.If there is a family connection I do have more information on Robert George Johnson. Margaret
red mail W G Bennett Ltd and J Punter
Both of the above were coal merchants in St Albans in the 19th and 20th Centuries and Bennett was also a brck maker. He was based in Victoria Street whilst Punter was in Lattimore and Alma Roads. Both probably had their own railway wagons that would be used to bring coal from the collieries to the Midland Railway station at St Albans. I have black and white drawings of the wagons but no photographs and only sketchy information on the colours of the wagons and the lettering. Does any one have any further information?
red mail martin's of st albans
greetings from ontario canada. i am looking for any relatives of the martin family who lived in st albans. mother lizzie martin (wilmot) father george david martin. kids were gwendoline, georgina, ivy ann, oswald h, hilda l, william e, edward d, and leonard j (1914). their grandfather was john hoar martin who married sarah figg. and his father was william bernard martin who married ann hoar. also am looking for any family of william john nathaniel sheppard and beatrice maud marsh. they were marrried in 1908 in st albans their kids were bert, frank, kenneth and ivy. kenneth went to australia with wife daisy florence miller and their 2 kids brian kenneth and josaphine but cannot locate either of them. hope to hear from someone & thanks phil
All Saints Convent St Albans
My sister & I were sent to a convent in St Albans( Anglican) from our home in Newcastle in c 1949-52 . All Saints was an Anglican church. I know all of it's recent history, but am struggling to locate any records. About 10 years ago I spoke to the Mother Superior( now in Oxford) & she was rather vague to say the least. From a number of accounts it seems to have been a 'council convent' who took in evacuates. Another source states it being an orphanage/unmarried mothers home. All I was told was that it was a convent in St Albans. My mother never told us why-but a hunch that I have was that she may have been pregnant to a man who was not my father. I can remember the convent in fits & starts & did have a photo years ago of my sister & I in the playground. I had someone from Herts FH do a few searches for me a while back to no avail. Any info will be welcomed.
red mail Hospital
Would anyone know the name of the hospital in St Albans which dealt with people with Gangrene?.I am tracing my family tree & know my Mam was a nurse on such a ward there in late 1930's & I would be grateful for any information.She was born in Wallsend ( in North East England ),went to work in St Alban's,met my Father who lived in London,got married & lived in Harrow Weald.They did get divorced when I was young (& both are dead now ).These are questions which I should have asked but when I was young these things were not discussed.
red mail Pratt - St Albans
Seeking information on family of Frederick and Emma (nee Sprigings) Pratt of St Albans. Worked for a number of years as coachman at St Stephen's Church. Sons Frederick and Charles migrated to Australia in 1877. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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