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Middlesex Genealogy

Middlesex areas including those that are now in London

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Latest Activity: Oct 11, 2018

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William Read of Hampstead

Started by Alan Michael Stanier Nov 26, 2009. 0 Replies

WRAY family

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Eliza Ann Cook-Hocking

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Comment by Jane Chapman on October 11, 2018 at 1:28pm

@Noah Matthews Etheridge

Hi Noah - I don't have specific info that may help you Your comment interested me because I have a number of DNA matches with Etheridge in their trees ... at least one of those goes back to Tottenham in Middlesex..  My maternal family is predominantly from Tottenham or other places in Middlesex .

Another place you could seek to find information if you want to join another Genealogy Network in Evidentree - You can get there by following this link: .

It is a relatively new website but it never hurts to expand your collaboration opportunities.  

I will keep my eyes open for the Etheridge family and let you know if I find anything.

Comment by Noah Matthews Etheridge on October 11, 2018 at 6:02am

Hi everyone, new member of the group here.  Recently learned of some ancestors who were born and died in Middlesex (John Etheridge, 1500-1575; William Etheridge, 1535-1577; Thomas Etheridge, 1564-1610/11).  Total newcomer to genealogy but this sounded like a good place to drop in and try to learn more!

Comment by Teresa Perry on November 6, 2012 at 9:25pm

I am researching Jane Elizabeth Coats born in Hampstead about 1819. She married Henry Mander in 1847 at St. John the Baptist Hoxton Middlesex.Her father is listed on the Marriage Banns as William Coates, Coachman. Any help would be so appreciated. Teresa Perry

Comment by Gail Louise Richards on June 26, 2010 at 1:09pm
Hi members. Trying to discover if Thomas Richards and Louisa Caddick (married 31 March 1850) in Dudley, Worcester were the parents of William Thomas Richards (my grandfather) who was baptized in the Garrison Chapel, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada on 8 July 1866. Thomas was a Gunner in the Royal Artillery. Any help gratefully received. Gail Richards
Comment by Stephen Hull on February 17, 2010 at 7:46am
I am researching the surname HULL. I have only ever found my grandfathers (Edward) baptism entry never a birth cert although date of birth hand written next to entry in book. (6th Jan 1886) On it, it shows his father as James William Hull and mother as Margaret. I have found them in Battersea on the 1891 and James Birth cert Deptford 1863. His family then seemed to have lived in the Westminster area. His parents were Albert James Hull and Emily Ann Thomas, other children were Edward G, Hannah E, Emily A, Robert, Eliza and Fanny all Hull of course. Would love to find Edward (1886) birth and 1901 census entry as well as much more information on James William Hull and Margaret ?? , have James birth and him on the 1871 then 1891 but nothing else.
Any help please
Comment by J.R. Fox on February 17, 2010 at 5:40am
Hello...I have been looking for ANY information on a Samuel Fox who was from St. Andrew Middlesex. I know he did apprentice work in Grays Inn and was caught stealing in Lincolns Inn Fields. He was sentenced to transportation in 1758 for theft and tried at the Old Bailey. We do not have a birthdate, nor do we know who his parents were. I am trying to find apprentice information on him that may tell me who his dad was and maybe his birthdate. I found a Samuel fox 1750 that showed his fathers name was Samuel and worked for a guy named John Perry of Cutlers' Company. I am looking to make some connections. Hope someone can help! Thanks
Comment by rmg on January 30, 2010 at 2:04pm
Looking for information on Goodwin and Chibnall of Tothill street/
Comment by Tony Stapleton on August 19, 2009 at 11:30am

I am researching Stapleton and Matthews families in Middlesex. They seem to mostly be around Shoreditch and area.
If anyone else is doing the same research please let me know

Comment by Eileen Penfold on August 10, 2009 at 3:34pm
I'm interested in learning more about the wine industry circa 1880-1900's in the Middlesex area,mainly because a couple of ancestors were employed in this occupation,surnamePENFOLD</
I have reason to believe they were working for a firm by the name of William Coates but I have not as yet confirmed this.
I would be glad to hear from anyone else with a similar interest.
Comment by John Laws on August 8, 2009 at 2:05am
Hi Everyone
I am John Laws, a member of the Guild of One Name Studies, researching LAW, LAWE, LAWES, LAWS, LAWSE World-Wide though my own LAWS family came from the Stepney/Bethnal Green/Mile End area and were mostley Mariners, and my earliest is Henry son of John & Mary Laws from Walworth, fairly newly built when he was born in 1800.
I have collected a huge database The LAWS FAMILY REGISTER we have our own group on this site, our own website and also I moderate the LAW@Rootsweb & LAWS-UK@Rootsweb groups, Hope we can give mutual help

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