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Hulbert/Edginton families by Glynis Ganderton (Member 10245183) on 25-Feb-2017
Researching my family tree. My grandmother was Ada Dorothy Hulbert, registered as born in Camberwell in 1890, but was living in Berryfield Road, Newington when she was 8 months. Her father was Edward Hulbert, born 1860 and he married Harriet Edginton born 1864. She used to live in the "Tim Bobbin" pub in Lillieshall Road SW4. Edward was a mineral water traveller. Were there any mineral water facto... more >>   
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Looking for sandra whitsey do you know her by lee (Member 10310392) on 20-Jan-2017
Hi looking for a friend i first met back in 1975 at the fair ground in southwark park on the waltzer,just want to see how she is.   
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hammond wells by janet roland (Member 10309756) on 22-Nov-2016
hi, I am trying to find my mother's mother who is believed to have had family in the Old Kent Road called Hammond Wells. (I found a family at 111 Avondale Square, in 1911 census but the ages don't quite fit?) My mother was born Ellen Elizabeth Wells or Lake in 1910 supposedly at Rotherhithe, possibly St. Olaves, Bermondsey. Her Mother was possibly married twice but I don't know if her maiden name ... more >>   
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After Boroughs have been dissolved, - Where are School Records / Archive - by Kate (Member 10306512) on 14-Jul-2016
Hi, I attended St. Veronica's from 1972 - 1976, I'm looking for a school transcript to confirm my attendance. Unfortunately, the school has closed down & school records have been moved to various boroughs which have also been dissolved over the years. Could anyone advise where I could get a transcript of my attendance at St. Veronica's School Walworth London.
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K
  
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Looking for information about A. Levy & Co. Tailors. Walworth Rd. S.E. by Zan Quentin Collinson-Leech (Member 10295212) on 22-Aug-2014
I have just aquired an old cigarette lighter which is inscribed; Matchless Tailors. A. LEVY & Co. Walworth Rd S.E. I know that the lighter dates back to the mid to late 1920's but general searches yeild little. It would be interesting to find out if anyone knows anything about the family or the neighbourhood of that period, even pointers to local historical resources covering that area at the time... more >>   
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Save Money or Make Money with the Utility Warehouse ! by David Taylor (Member 10103609) on 4-May-2013
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PASLEY ROAD by Tim (Member 10279793) on 9-Nov-2012
Hi, does anyone have any old pictures of the road? My grandfather was born at number 31 in 1898.   
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Searching for Raymond Cross by David Johnston (Member 10083907) on 3-Mar-2011
Raymond was born March th 8th 1958 last known address 5 Kellett Road SW2 Fathers Name Michael Victor John Cross Mothers name Lillian Barbara Cross formily White canyone help ?   
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OLD KENT ROAD 1960S by michael trottier (Member 10258528) on 26-Feb-2011
Lived in Pages Walk circa 1965-68 in Guiness Trust.Went to Bacon and Townsend School anyone out there my email is blueyonder2011@live.com   
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You Can 2011 by YouCan2011 (Member 10257719) on 7-Feb-2011
We, in the London Volunteer Fundraising team at Cancer Research UK have put our money where our mouths are to show what fundraising we have done in the past, from running the marathon and climbing Ben Nevis to holding a tea party or organising a pub quiz. Our message is clear - “If we can do it, YOU CAN too”

Cancer Research UK is the world’s leading organisation dedicated to beating can... more >>
  
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Family Tree by kathleen mccabe (Member 10252372) on 25-Sep-2010
I am looking for any relations of my grandmother or grandfather Sophie & Tiggy Jones who lived in the Walworth Road area most of their life.   
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Female Personal Trainer That Gets Results fast by Marianne Marston (Member 10246406) on 14-Jun-2010
Female professional boxer Marianne 'Golden Girl' Marston, who in January was named by Time Out Magazine as “London’s Best Personal Trainer (Boxing & Circuits), is offering Personal Training and Conditioning programmes for individuals, of all ages and levels, who seek to lose weight, tone-up or achieve peak physical fitness

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seeking family history by Mike (Member 10244880) on 18-Feb-2010
I am trying to find out about an Alice Maidlow, later Alice Peters, who lived at Quinn's Buildings in Waterloo Road in the 1920s, and may (or may not)have been married to Mr Brady(possibly John). I am fairly certain Brady was my grandfather but can find no information on him at all.   
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Embrace woodlands! Project seeks Southwark residents for oral history interviews about Dulwich Upper by Camilla Royle (Member 10242223) on 9-Nov-2009
Embrace cooperation, an organisation based in South London which works with young people, is seeking members of the local community to interview. It is hoped that this project will foster interest in the wood and its conservation. Oral history is about preserving memories for future generations; it is focussed on the everyday experiences of ordinary people rather than on major historical events. ... more >>   
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twins by pauline sparks (Member 10219745) on 29-Mar-2009
Does anyone know the whereabouts of the twins (their mum and dad were landlords) who lived in The Spanish Patriot Public House in Lower Marsh? They would probably be in their late sixties by now.
Pauline
  
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driscoll in southwark area by sandy (Member 10235760) on 2-Mar-2009
hi,
i am looking for information on a driscoll family that lived at faustin place southwark in 1901. Their names were Daniel and Jane Driscoll and their children where John, James, Elizabeth, Daniel and Jane. All i have is information on 2 of the children. Elizabeth married a John Lett and had a daughter in the 1920's by the name Ruth. Daniel had come to Australia and im trying to help his daught... more >>
  
  • Re: driscoll in southwark area by jayzee (Member 10252333) on 25-Sep-2010
    good news for you! Ruth Lett is my mothers aunt,and as far as i know she is still living in West kingsdown,Kent,UK with her sister Bertha. you can call me for more information 004915202885304

  • Re: driscoll in southwark area by Kerry Driscoll (Member 10269220) on 4-Mar-2012
    I am curious, but the dates don't seem to match mine. I have a Daniel Driscoll, married to Ann, but in one census called Jane. Children include Daniel, Ann, John and they lived in the Rotherhithe area. John Driscoll can be traced with his wife Catherine, and children, James, Hannah (Ann), Margaret, etc living in 3 Princes Pl, Rotherhithe in the late 1880 census. However the dates I have for Da... more >>

  • Re: driscoll in southwark area by Kerry Driscoll (Member 10269220) on 18-Mar-2012
    Hi there, Ruth are you about. I would love some more information on the above Driscoll's. I am thinking of developing some map of the different Driscoll families in this area and seeing where they have moved over the past century. Would also like to rule them in or out as my kin.

  • Re: driscoll in southwark area by jayzee (Member 10252333) on 7-Jun-2012
    John ( Jack) Lett who married Elizabeth Driscoll was my Great Grandfather, he was also a professional boxer between 1905 and 1910 beating Jim Mack of Bermondsey to win the SouthEast Championship belt in April 1907, after boxing he was a money lender and bookmaker! Ruth and her sister Bertha Lett lived on the Redriff Estate, Rotherhithe,before moving to Kent in retirement!

  • Re: driscoll in southwark area by jayzee (Member 10252333) on 8-Jun-2012
    Daniel and Jane Driscoll nee Delaney and their children John,James,Elizabeth,Daniel and Jane, lived in Faustin Place Southwark in 1901, Daniel later emigrated to Australia. Ps my Great Aunt Ruth Lett passed away on the 7th of May 2012 aged 90 her requiem mass was held at St Bernadettes Church,West Kingsdown,Kent on Friday 25th of May 2012 at 11.AM Joan Driscoll living in Australia married Robert( ... more >>

  • Re: driscoll in southwark area by Kerry Driscoll (Member 10269220) on 21-Aug-2012
    Still hunting any details re Catherine (b1835 nee Neill) and John Driscoll (1832). Found them in Hanover Buildings in 1871. Their children were Thomas (1855) Mary, Catherine, James, Ellen, Johanna, Anne (1868), Bridget, Margaret and Laur (Nora). In 1881 they are living in Princes st, Rotherhithe then Clarks Orchard 1891.
    Annie can be found in Maynard St and Trident st in the early 1900's. Thoma... more >>

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Leggings by mary (Member 10167185) on 22-Feb-2009
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a Brown family of Southwark by Jenny (Member 10234733) on 22-Jan-2009
I'm looking for descendents of Henry John Brown (b. 1874 Southwark) and his wife Mary Ann, nee Lee. Henry worked in the iron industry, Their children included Henry Alfred (1901), Ernest (1902), John (1906), Horace George (1907), Ada Louisa (1915), and Frederick (1916) - plus some others who died in infancy. I'm a relative and would love to know what became of them all.   
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