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Yes, It's a long time since I had a good look at the Banfields, remember there were a lot of them and looked confusing who was who? as many had same names in different families and were down as lodging sometimes.
I have that James b 1793 married to Lydia Glassbrook and having James b 1815 as son along with Elizabeth b 1818, Mary 1818, Henry 1824, Rebecca 1827, William 1830, John 1832, Thomas 1836.

You've obviously done a lot of work on the Banfields, is the tree information available on any of the ancestry sites to view, would love to have a look and check against mine.

Thanks again.

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Thanks JonW65 and Liz, really appreciate your help, there is quite a lot to sift through. ;)

They are the Banfield's I am looking for and 2B Parkway looks right.

The Banfields in my tree originate from Woodmancote (as for as I've got back to James Banfield B 1815)


Thanks again
John

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Hello

Is there access to the following to find out if a family of Banfield's lived on Park Way, Southwick or another resource?

Southwick electoral register 1970's 1980's

Thanks
John


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Married 1861

Records will be Harriette Sawyer


When did she marry?

Are the records likely to be under Sawyer or Blackmer?


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I wonder if anybody could help with any criminal registers for Sussex between 1880 and 1900 or where I might locate them?

I'm looking for records for the following person;

Harriette Sawyer (Nee Blackmer)
born Kent 1841
criminal records Brighton Sussex

I've found 3 newspaper references of 1889, 1889 and 1891 mostly drunk and breaking windows and an interesting one for 'A Bathing Impropriety in a state of intoxication on Brighton Beach'

In the newspaper reference she had numerous previous convictions of a similar nature and been to prison several times.

Thanks
John

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Thank you to you both, that has really opened up my research on the Banfield's, possibly raised a few more questions, I'll look through and evaluate.

Thanks again
John

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I wonder if someone would help with a look up in my search for;
James Banfield born 1816 Woodmancote

I'm looking for his potential parents and siblings

Any help would be appreciated.
John

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Thanks all for the input, really appreciate the help. I've put together all the information given and her history I have found below to try to hopefully help solve the mystery although I think it will take some time to find what happened to her.



1880  10th November born Elm, Cambridgeshire
1881  Friday Bridge, Elm, Cambridgeshire on census 5 months old
1882  Death of Mother Isabella Denton
1891  Friday Bridge, 2, Barracks, Friday Bridge, Elm, Cambridgeshire on census
1901  23, Gathorne Terrace, Potter Newton, Leeds - Servant
1901  Esther Foster single with 1 child living with widowed mother at 66 John St.
1905  Death of brother Francis John Bates and sister Emma Jane Bates
1911  Esther Foster boarder with 2 children living at 78 Church Street
1913  26th September - 406, Hitchin Road, Luton. Leslie Spalding Bates born.
1913  6th November - 333, High Town Road, Luton residence when registered.
1913  6th November  - occupation - Theatre attendant when Leslie registered
1915  2nd June - 16, Park place, Park Street,Luton. Albert Spalding Kitchener Bates born
1915  12th July - occupation - Domestic servant when Albert birth registered
1915 - 7 Park Lane -Esther Foster
1916 - 16, Park place, Park Street,Luton - Mrs Bates
1916 - 7 Park Lane -Esther Foster
1917 - 16, Park place, Park Street,Luton - Mrs Bates
1917 - 7 Park Lane -Esther Foster
1918 - 16, Park place, Park Street,Luton - Mrs Bates
1918 - 7 Park Lane -Esther Foster
1919 - 7 Park Lane - Ada Bates, Emma Burton and Esther Foster
1920 - 7 Park Lane - Ada Bates, Emma Burton and Esther Foster
1921 - 7 Park Lane - Ada Bates, Emma Burton and Esther Foster
1922 - 7 Park Lane - Ada Bates, Emma Burton and Esther Foster
1923 - 7 Park Lane - Ada Bates, Emma Burton and Esther Foster
1924 - 7 Park Lane - Ada Bates, Emma Burton and Esther Foster
1925 - 7 Park Lane - Ada Bates, Emma Burton and Esther Foster
1926 - 7 Park Lane - Ada Bates, Emma Burton and Esther Foster
1932 - Death of Father Thomas Bates
1939 - Esther Foster as widow at 23 Bury Park Road, Luton

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Park Place was a set of 16 addresses that were between 70 & 72 Park Street....

At #16 in the 1911 Luton Directory is Hugh Bunyan
At #16 in the 1917 Luton Directory is Mrs Bates !


Seems Luton Central Library local studies section has these....
Directories and Almanacs
Luton directories, 1903 - 1975
Bedfordshire directories, 1785 1940
Bedfordshire directories on CD-ROM: 1830, 1847, 1864, 1869, 1877, 1890, 1898
Luton News almanacs, 1900 - 1916
Telephone directories, Luton and surrounding area, 1961 to date


Regards John

Fantastic, thanks for that John, just what I was hoping for.
Regards
John

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