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St. Saviour Southwark, 29th April, 1841

Church of England. Parish of St Saviour, Southwark.

St. Saviour Southwark, 29th April, 1841

Notice is hereby given that a general meeting ... will be held in the vesty room on ... 5th ... May.

by Church of England. Parish of St Saviour, Southwark.

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The agenda includes the setting up of a committee, to investigate the delays in completing the new church.

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Saumarez Dubourdieu. He was the son of the Rev. Jean Armang Dubourdieu, and Charlotte, Countess d’Esponage. The family tradition says that his father escaped as an infant with his mother from France at the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes in , and in later years was minister of the French Church in Savoy, London, which was the principal West-end congregation and was frequented by the.   Citing the entitlement of Mary Votear to two brick messuages or tenements and one timber warehouse on the north side of Mill Street, near St. Saviour’s Dock Head, parish of St Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey. 27th April Two copies; one discoloured. Probates, trusts and settlements 8. a) Philip Ridout of Famham, Dorset, Clerk.

This is a list of places of worship in London, It is based on a list in A View of London, or, The Stranger's Guide through the British Metropolis (), headed "An Impartial List of the Principal Churches, Chapels, and Meeting-Houses". The choice lay in fact among Protestant places of worship. Some of the information was not quite current, ministers having died. Read London Lloyd List Newspaper Archives, , p. 3 with family history and genealogy records from London, Middlesex

In , he married Grace Ellen Costello [] from London, at St Saviour, Southwark. Children: Jessie [b ] The family lived at Dewsbury [] Ashton-under-Lyme [] Mackintosh, James William [18???] During World War I, he served as a Private with . Died on 22nd December at 53 Great Suffolk Street, Southwark, London. Children: Edward Shearmur James Shearmur born 29th April at St Brides, Fleet Street, Lonsdon - Baptism 26th January at St Mary's Spittal Square. Married Emma c Emigrated , sailing from Southampton for New York on Cunard Steamship 'Mauretania'.


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St. Saviour Southwark, 29th April, 1841 by Church of England. Parish of St Saviour, Southwark. Download PDF EPUB FB2

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. A census is a statistical count of the population of a country taken for the purpose of accurate government representation, tax collection and military purposes.

The first complete census in England was conducted in under William the Conqueror who was the first Norman King of England.

As the new king, he wanted an accounting of land owners who held lands belonging to the crown along with. John Southbeer was born in Southwark in 29th April Brookbanks was born in in St James and died in in St was ten years older than her.

When Eliza was just seventeen or eighteen years old, they married on 29th Julyat St James, Westminster, marriage is listed under the name John South Beer.

Child 9: Mary Hannah Lucas: Baptised 5th April at St. Saviour Southwark, Surrey, 'daughter of William & Sarah' - As an infant, Mary Hannah was an implied beneficiary in the Will of John Lucassthe 1st Cousin of her paternal grandfather.

- She was mentioned in the Challenge of the same Will in - deceased - During this time it was. I know of three; 1. 21st December to James BASTIN in the district of St Olave in the county of Surrey. 19th January to Nicholas WATERS in the district of St Saviour, Southwark in the county of Surrey; 3.

29th December to Hugh McCarten/McCurtan in 1841 book parish of St Paul, Bermondsey in the County of London. In obtaining his special licence to marry inStarling Goodwin had sworn an oath to say that he was a bachelor.

This would appear to rule out any previous marriage. Organist of St Saviour, Southwark. InStarling Goodwin was appointed organist at the more prestigious Church of St Saviour, Southwark (today Southwark Cathedral).

He was baptised on the 27th. of January at St. Saviour Church, Southwark. Richard, his father, was a hatter according to the entry in the St. Saviour baptisms register, a trade which Stephen himself would later follow. His mother was born Alice Blackwall in Hawarden, Flintshire, North Wales, in April Daniel Heysham, the son of Daniel and Elizabeth, was born on 19 May and baptized on 25 December at St.

Saviour, Southwark, Surrey, England. Hampshire. There was a large Haysom[e] family living in Dorset, the county just to the west, who were. I know he married Elizabeth Lutman in at r, Southwark in the presence of a "James Hockley" who may or may not have been his father.

But they did name their son "James Hockley" and he married "Eliza Sheffield" in and they had a daughter they named "Elizabeth Sheffield Hockley" in August at Christchurch, Southwark, London.

Soaper, one of several people mentioned in will of Jane Young, widow of St Saviour, Southwark, 1 Jan /6: Proved 24 Apr from wills at Surrey History Center William Soaper, late of St. George's Southwark in Surrey.

Mariner. [S] St. Saviour Church of England (Southwark [London], Surrey, England), Fee Book of Burials -- -page numbers not recorded, both records are the 3rd entry on their respective pages; burials of Sarah CROPPER (16 October ) and John CROPPER (26 June ); London Metropolitan Archives, 40 Northampton Rd, London, England; call.

James SNOW (Widower 37 years, residing in the parish of Walcot in the City of Bath, father Mark SNOW Gent) married Jane Elizabeth HUDSON(28 years spinster from St George Southwark, father John Hudson, Merchant) on March 30that the Parish church in the Parish of St George the Martyr, Southwark, Surrey.

Richard Cropper and Alice were located in the Southwark starting as early as December, and on Norfolk Street in Southwark between ~ and Their first child, Sarah, was baptized at St. Saviour Cathedral, Church of England, Southwark during December, CHAPTER 8: THE BANKSIDE PLAYHOUSES AND BEAR GARDENS.

The situation of the various Bear Gardens and playhouses in Southwark has been worked out by C. Kingsford in his article "Paris Garden and the Bear-baiting" in Archaeologia, Vol. 70, by W. Braines in The Site of the Globe Playhouse, and by E. Chambers in The Elizabethan Stage, but for the sake of completeness, and.

Jane Freeman CHRICHARD was baptised 7 October in St Saviour, Southwark. She is shown as a daughter of Henry, a hatter, and Hannah CHRICHARD. Mary Ann CHRICHARD, baptised 11 February in St Saviours, Southwark married Alexander FRASER on 17 March The witnesses were sister Jane and brother in law William CREW.

2O1. Jane Elizabeth Collett was born at Freebridge Lynn in Norfolk during the third quarter of (Ref. 4b ). Not long after she was born her parents took the family to live in Bedford and it was there, when she was twenty-five, that she married Henry George Astbury during the second quarter of (Ref.

3b ). Henry was born at St Saviour Southwark in London in early (Ref. 1d ). He is buried in w's Church of England, Windsor, but does not have a headstone and the location of the grave is unknown. William and Jane had eight children: i. James William EZZY, christened James William HESEY on 18 Jul in r, Southwark, London, d.

before 1 Nov He is believed to have left the colony and died young. St Saviour & St Olave Grammar School (now Lalit Hotel), Tooley Street. St Saviour’s School was founded in One of its pupils was Southwark’s most famous Puritan pilgrims to America, John Harvard.

St Olave’s School was founded in Ref census. London, England. Civil Parish of St George the Martyr Southwark. Registration district of St Saviour Southwark.

Address: 75 St Georges Road, St George the Martyr Southwark. Together with children Chas (26), May M (24): Chas Jas Southon. Head. Mar. Age Tin Plate Worker. Born Middlesex. Margarett M Southon.

Wife. Chester Cathedral is a Church of England cathedral and the mother church of the Diocese of is located in the city of Chester, Cheshire, cathedral (formerly the abbey church of a Benedictine monastery, dedicated to Saint Werburgh) is dedicated to Christ and the Blessed Virgin it has been the seat of the Bishop of nation: Church of England.

The Worcester Herald on 29th April,reported: The site of the Cottage Homes is arranged in three blocks, with accommodation for 24 boys, 21 girls, and 21 infants. Each block has day rooms, dormitories, bath room, and lavatories; and in connection with the same, there are industrial rooms, wash house, laundry, play yard and the necessary.Full text of "The inns of old Southwark and their associations" See other formats.KELVEDON & FEERING: WAR EFFORTS There was no ‘Home’ Auxiliary Hospital at either Kelvedon or Feering but there is evidence of much war effort activity being carried out by the residents of the two villages during the First World War and it is deemed worthy enough to .