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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.
red mail KENNETH CARPENTER
I'm trying to find the family of KENNETH CARPENTER, believed to hail from the St. Albans area. If alive now, he would be in his nineties, so he was born c.1920. He spent some time working in the Ramsgate area of Kent c.1948-9. Any info would be much appreciated. Michael.
red mail William Lucas
I'm looking for any details of my grandfather William Lucas who, I think, was born in St Albans around the 1870's before moving to Cumberland. First time I've used this site so don,t quite know what to expect but any data would be appreciated.
Posted: 2011 Member logged in: 2018
red mail PROCTOR- FLETCHER- HILDRETH
Looking for information on ancestors in St Albans 1546 to 1631. Evan Proctor(b)1546, wife Mary (unknown last name) Robert Proctor(b)1571 & wife Sarah Fletcher(b)1588 Robert Proctor(b)unknownDied 1688 in Mass.,USA and his wife Jane Hildreth(b)1631-England John Proctor(b)1663-Middlesex, Mass. and his wife Miriam(unknown)(b)1668 I would appreciate any information. Thank you.
red mail 280, London Road, St Albans, Hertsfordshire
Please Help!! 280, London Road, St Albans, Hertsfordshire,I am looking for any information on the above address, It was my Nana and Grandads old house and I have not got one picture, it has since been demolished and flats have been built when you search for info on 280, it will now come up as number 1 cadogan way, 280 London rd, num 2, etc think five flats are there, please can anyone help/ advise how /if i could get a picture of my familys old house? kind regards
red mail James Robert (Jim) Brooker
I'm looking for any trace of Jim Brooker, born 1930, who lived at 75 Verulam Road, St Albans, in the 1960's. Worked for De Havilands at that time. My last contact was in the 70's, so any info would be welcome. Many thanks, John
red mail Vass and Gregory families.
My grandfather Richard Vass was born in Pulloxhill Beds in 1864. His second wife was Lucy Gregory from St. Albans,born1872.Her parents were Sam and Mary Gregory.My grandfather had a bakers shop in George Street circa 1915. Does anyone have any info. please.
red mail Annie Howard (Norwood, Potton)
I am searching for clues to the birth and parents of Ann Potton born early 1830s probably in St Albans or Kimpton, possibly in the Kings Walden or St Paul's Walden areas. She was a straw plaiter, sewer and weaver and brought up six children. She married Samuel Norwood in 1853 giving her father's name as Henry. She married Francis Howard in 1878 giving her father's name as John. Her age varies widely on census returns. In 1841 she was living at Kings Walden with Sarah Martin (nee Potton) who I believe was her maternal grandmother, possibly her aunt. Annie's mother might have been Amelia Potton (married Thomas Pollard 1834 and died 1838) who was Sarah Martin's daughter born before she married John Martin. Any clues to help unravel this mystery would be welcome.
red mail martindale Joseph st albans
looking for information on martindale family, farther Joseph, was guardsmen,then i believe a lorry driver. some of his children's names are Anne, josephine Margareta martindale, dawn who was adopted out and became Wilson then bone???? any body recognise anything pls contact.
red mail reed
looking for reed st albans herts17 to 1800s

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