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I am trying to trace a Smith Family Bible which went missing from my aunt Emma Wood's house in the Bromley area after she died in 1991. The rightful recipient should have been my father, who has since died, and who was very upset at the time. I would like to trace an Edna nee Thornton who is a cousin by adoption as she was friendly with Aunt Em before she died, and may know who has it! Obviously if I had had it, it would have saved me a lot of time and money! The Smith family concerned goes back through Rotherhithe and back into Braintree and other areas of Essex and may include an Ernest Walter Smith, my father, born 1908 Rotherhithe, John James Smith, my grandfather, born Colchester 1871, and Thomas Smith, my great grandfather, born 1840 in Braintree. I would be so happy to find this Bible, especially as my sister, her son and I are the only ones in the family to show the remotest interest in the ancestors! Barbara
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Galone
Looking for Mick Galone. Micks Dad owned a coffee shop on High Street in Bromley. We chummed together in 1951 when I worked in Blackheath & later at Montague Burtons on High Street. I last saw Mick in /55 or /56 when Mick was in the army & I was in the Canadian Navy.Would like to reconnect & communicate. Anyone knowing his wherabouts please contact me through this website. Thanks
red mail ann walker
Looking for Ann Walker. I met Ann in 1951 at the Salvation Army teenagers club (torchbearers) on High Street Bromley Kent. I also saw her in /55 or /56 when I was in the Canadian Navy. Would like to reconect & communicate. She may remember me as a tuba player & the time we had a contest making animal sounds in the club. Thanks
red mail smith
searching for family in Bromley area. Grandmother--Florence-- lived at 3 Shortlands Gdns. with my uncle -Jack- I believe that they lived there for over 50 yrs. well into the 1960's Uncle had a son that I believe lived on either Recreation Rd. or Shortlands Rd. His name was John. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
red mail Pring
Is there any connection between John Pring born in Westerham 1853 who lived at 33 Chatteron Road (1891 census) and the Wallace Pring chemist co. based at 40 Chatterton Road.
red mail Brewery Tap
Does anyone have any information of the whereabouts of the Brewery Tap - my great great grandfather Charles Pring was retailer there according to the 1871 census.
red mail Wilkie/peckham
I am trying to find more out about a alice emily lousie peckham who married a edward e wilkie ? please message if you can help
red mail Selina Apsley (1864)
I am looking to find details of the parents of Selina Apsley born 1864 at Bromley Common in Kent. The earliest record I have so far found is in the 1871 Census when she and her sister were inmates at the Bromley Workhouse and Locksbottom. In 1881 Selina was in service at Clapham Common before moving back to Bromley Common prior to her marriage to Benjamin Wood. On Selina's marriage certificate she has listed her father as Edward Thomas Apsley.
red mail smith
I am trying to find my mothers family, not sure if they were Gypsys, Her name was Phyllis Violet Smith, she had brothers Jack and Charley, Sister Rose and baby Edward. He was adopted. My mother and charley were put in a home about 1915. She lost touch with Jack and Rose, Charley was killed in the WW2, in the Navy.
red mail Looking for information
Would like to know the names of the rest of the children of Arthur James (Walter?) Woolnough and Amelia Bridgeland (middle name Maud?). I am trying to trace my grandfather's family. His name was Walter Fredrick Daniel Woolnough. He came to Canada and met my grandmother Velma Thompson. Any information would be great! Cathy

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