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red mail Birklands School
Seeking information about Venezia Rebecca Fazi who was housekeeper at the school in the 1920s and died in St. Albans infirmary in Jan. 1928.She was born in Plymouth on 29 Oct 1866 daughter of Giovacchino Fazi and Rosina, nee Clouter.A friend of hers had two daughters at the school; i believe their surname was Schuler or Shuler and that the father was a jeweller in Harrow.
Looking for the family of Joseph Herbert Smith,born Aston-Birmingham; married to Mabel Annie Keartland.Think he was a solicitor.Brother to Bernard Ernest Smith(married to Louisa) and uncle to Alfred Leslie "Les" Smith. Joseph's parents were William and Elizabeth. Would like to contact our cousin(s)to complete family research.
Posted: 2007 Member's email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail Fox
Looking for more info on my Grandfather James (William) Fox who was born in St Albans in 1887 and died in 1951.
Posted: 2007 Member's email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail Fletcher - Glasscock
I am searching for both my GMother maiden name Fletcher and GFather named Glasscock in StAlbans. They had at least 3 children born 1944, 1946, 1948 in St albans. I understand they moved to Weston near Baldock Hertfordshire around 1950-60.
Posted: 2007 Member's email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail Francis Newcombe married Rachel Brackett
Francis Newcombe born 1605 St. Albans. Who are his parents, etc. Any and all info gratefully desired.
Posted: 2007 Member's email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail St. Albans
Does anyone know of this person or address? D. Finn, lived at 20, Selby Avenue, St. Albans in 1951, and registered the death of "a cousin" of Bricket House, Bricket Road, St Alban's.
Posted: 2007 Member's email reconfirmed: 2016
I am a descendant of John Fusedale (b.1796) and Hannah Fountain both born in St. Albans and both dying there in almhouses. Several other Fusedales are associated with the area. I would be pleased to correspond with anyone who could help me add to my research. Warren
Posted: 2007 Member's email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail Waller, Matthews, Webb
I am trying to find out more information on the Waller family. My grandmother( Ellen Ethel, known to everyone as Nellie)Waller (married name Steers) is my connection - she was born in Poplar, London 1903 but spent all her married life in Hertfordshire and most of it in Kimberley Road, St Albans. I have recently discovered that her father Walter Thomas Waller was born in St Albans (1874) and at some point served in the Grenadier Guards and later the London Docks police before moving back to St Albans. He married Gertrude Matthews and they had 5 children:Ellen Ethel, Gertrude Flora, Edith Maude, Stanley and George. Walter's parents were Thomas born 1846? and Susan Elizabeth Webb born 1849?. They married in December 1869 in St Peters church St Albans and had 12 children.(Walter, Eleanor & Ethel (twins), Bertie, Clara, Herbert, Katharine, Margaret, Rebecca, Amelia, Harriet, Elizabeth). In the 1871 census Thomas aged 24 was living in Snatchup Alley, St Albans with wife Susan, 23. According to 1881 & 1891 census Thomas was sexton at St Peters and in the 1901 census he was living in St Peters Street and working as a gardener and caretaker. Thomas' parents were James Waller born 1822? and Hannah born 1825? and they had 7 children. According to the 1871 census James and Hannah were also living in Snatchup Alley - he was an agricultural labourer and his wife was a straw hat maker. Any information on the above would be appreciated.
Posted: 2007 Member's email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail Dorman
I am trying to find out about my family. My grandfather, George Dorman, was born in St.Albans in 1898. He worked for the Ilford film company and was a member of the Ancient Order of Forresters. He died in 1970.His father,Augustin(Gus), was a lens-maker in Islington and had a wife Fanny (maiden name de la Batouche). Gus's father I know nothing about, except his name, James. Either he, or his father before him changed the family name from de l'Orme to Dorman. They were Hugenots. I wonder could anyone help?
Posted: 2006 Member's email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail Inskip Family
Looking for information on William Inskip who married Judea Johnson c1814. They had 6 children christened at St. Michael's Church, St. Albans. One of William's daughters, Eliza, married a John Chesher (Cheshire) in 1837, then came out to N.Z. in 1865.
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