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Re: eastwood church, eastwood essex
« Reply #27 on: Thursday 09 July 09 08:18 BST (UK) »
yep i that is him. elizabeth his wife was also known as betty/betsy/eliza. eventually she lived at woodcutters avenue in eastwood, where the bohemia estates was. the childs name is actually lenda buckley who went on to marry santalina buckley but she married in the name of kirlenda smith. smith is a name often used by the buckley's  ::) lazzi & eliza went on to have aout 8/9 children.
it still does'nt tally up though, does it. as james father is harry livermore on marriage cert but from the census it is john?
not really sure now, wonder if he used the name john? maybe a nik-name growing up or perhaps he didnt like harry? or might not be the same person.!!!
if you find out if it is a match then i have a few listings for james & matilda livemores childrens baptisms but would probably need to send them to your pm.
good luck
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smith (inc epping forest)
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Re: eastwood church, eastwood essex
« Reply #28 on: Thursday 09 July 09 10:13 BST (UK) »
On the census James' (and Joseph's) mother is Sarah Livermore, Licensed Hawker, aged 23, widowed.

On Joseph, my Grandfather's, marriage certificate, his father is listed as John Livermore, Labourer, deceased, which fits with the census.

However, we know that James' father was Harry, but that definitely isn't the same person as John, as John was deceased in 1911, but James' father was alive in 1912.

Confusing huh!

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Re: eastwood church, eastwood essex
« Reply #29 on: Thursday 09 July 09 20:40 BST (UK) »
Hi, It was with great interest that I see you have details on all thoses very prominent old Eastwood Essex names. My interest is of the name Livermore please.My Nan and Grandad were Buried there at that Grave yard, Iwould love to know more about my ancestors on my Nans side I have heard lots of tales and great stories have been told to us as children.My Nans name was Sarah Livermore and Grandad was Stephen. Hope you can help out.

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Re: eastwood church, eastwood essex
« Reply #30 on: Friday 10 July 09 08:03 BST (UK) »
morning dolly,
lovely to hear from you. :)
those are definately names i have heard of.
what info can i help you with, well, try to help you with  ;D
buckley
webb
boswell (shadrack line)
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lee
smith (inc epping forest)
heron
bibby

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Re: eastwood church, eastwood essex
« Reply #31 on: Tuesday 14 July 09 16:35 BST (UK) »
Hi there. Im really interested in my Nans side of the family.I dont know her maiden name but she married Stephen Livermore, her name was Sarah.I have lots of Aunts and one Uncle. My Nan and Grandad are buried at Eastwood Church that I know.
Any help would be great.
Dolly. :)

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Re: eastwood church, eastwood essex
« Reply #32 on: Tuesday 14 July 09 19:29 BST (UK) »
 ;D ok so does that mean you do not have any information on them at all?
do you know any of their fornames, other family members, where they may have lived?
i think i may have seen their grave. ...... stephen died 18/11/1975 aged 74yr and sarah 25/11/1986 aged 86yr
i have baptisms in eastwood church
matilda born to stephen & sarah livermore 30/10/1921 hawkers of eastwood
sarah "              "           "            "         "     26/02/1928 dealer of eastwood
nellie    "        "           "          "        "         "  04/04/1926 hawker of eastwood

does this help any?
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boswell (shadrack line)
pearse
lee
smith (inc epping forest)
heron
bibby

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Re: eastwood church, eastwood essex
« Reply #33 on: Wednesday 15 July 09 10:04 BST (UK) »
Hi Dolly

I think your Nan may be a Scarratt. I've just found this marriage in the index on Ancestry:

Stephen Livermore and Sarah Scarratt
Married September Quarter, 1921
Registration District: Rochford, Essex

I think Rochford covers Eastwood.

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Re: eastwood church, eastwood essex
« Reply #34 on: Monday 09 November 09 00:07 GMT (UK) »
I would like some info please, but i cannot personal message you?

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Re: eastwood church, eastwood essex
« Reply #35 on: Monday 09 November 09 00:08 GMT (UK) »
Sorry forgot to add, aa1webb