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London and Middlesex / Re: Gareys in London from 1700
« on: Wednesday 08 February 12 10:51 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks Michiel
Let me summarise what I have.
George Garey m Susanna Annesley, London 1791
Son Joseph b 1797 London
His son Edward Bryant Garey b 1823 d 1858, buried in Abney Park, East London
(this seems to be the "other" Garey line. George and Susanna's other son was Edward Bryant Garey, b 13-3-1796 London, d 18-10-1852 and buried Hobart)
He m Elizabeth Dean who was b1801 London (you say 24-10-1798 which is correct?). I have her dying in "Holland" 1870.
Children of EBG and ED, born in London:
Maria Louisa b1820 m François Ory in london 1840
Sarah Elizabeth b1822, m Edmund Elsden Goldsmit 1844 London
Letitia b1824 d 1907 Ramsgate m Richard Ward
Napoleon Edward Byron (the family chose some amazing names!) b1826, d 1914 Bromley, m Anna Nathalie, b Flensburg and d 1914 Bromley
(an international family too! Their 2nd daughter Adele Letitia was b 1859 in Italy)
George Washington d 1867 (you say 1865) "near The Hague" (where was it in fact?)
Eliza b 1829
Mary Ann b1831

Let's leave it at that for the moment. What a family. Where did Edward Bryant's money go, and that of Neville? Were there any connections between their businesses? !!!
Laurence

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London and Middlesex / Re: Gareys in London from 1700
« on: Wednesday 08 February 12 07:08 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you very much for all that information. I already had quite a bit about this section of the Garey family, and that Sarah Elizabeth had married Edmond Elsden, but the other Goldsmid connections are new to me. I am not sure whether these Gareys are related to my side of the family. An interesting finding was that the father of George Washington, Edward Bryant, husband of Elizabeth Dean, was a London lawyer who was condemned at the Old Bailey to be transported to Tasmania, where he died. I have more information about their other children. Do you know who was the father of Edward Richard, who died very young? I am trying to find details of Edward Bryant's parents, George and Susanna.
If you are interested in the Gareys I can give you more information.
Laurence

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I just found this thread, which is of great interest to me in my search for my Garey roots. I seem to be from a Stockbridge family of carpenters, but I have in my records some of the Michelmersh and Kings Somborne people, so your posts bring me up to date on that. It seems that the family name was sometimes Geary and sometimes Garey.
One point: was William George married twice? He is on record as having Winifred and Phyllis by Emily Elizabeth Topp, and Sarah E and Thomas William by Miriam Lawrence. Or have I got something mixed up?
Thanks if you can clear this up for me. I must try to get to Hampshire one day to search for my Gareys!
Laurence

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London and Middlesex / Re: Gareys in London from 1700
« on: Thursday 22 December 11 09:26 GMT (UK)  »
I was very grateful to those of you who helped me trace my line to some carpenters in Hampshire. I have since been to Kew and got some more details, but I wonder if you can help me.
You helped me find that my ancestor Edward Garey (born 1777 in Stockbridge, Hants) was the son of Richard Garey/Gary (born 1752 in Stockbridge) and Hannah Elliot (married 1776).
Richard's parents seem to be Edward Gary and Elizabeth.
Now, I wonder if this Edward is the same as Edward Gary who married Elizabeth Parker at Lower Wallop Church, Stockbridge, 26-10-1747. Is he also Edward Garey baptised 21-4-1718 at Longstock, and whose parents were John Gary and Mary. and who had 5 sibs born in Longstock 1719-1732.
Thanks for any help you can give me.
Laurence

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London and Middlesex / Re: Gareys in London from 1700
« on: Thursday 22 December 11 09:11 GMT (UK)  »
Sorry. Will send a PM
Laurence

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London and Middlesex / Re: Gareys in London from 1700
« on: Sunday 20 February 11 18:17 GMT (UK)  »
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London and Middlesex / Re: Gareys in London from 1700
« on: Sunday 20 February 11 12:44 GMT (UK)  »
Re Edward Bryant Garey's family, just looking at Maria Louisa Garey, born 1820. I wonder if it is the same Maria Louisa who married François Antoine Ory in Soho in 1840.

Laurence

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London and Middlesex / Re: Gareys in London from 1700
« on: Sunday 20 February 11 12:36 GMT (UK)  »
Hello Ward
Back to you as promised. The whole family I have is George Garey m Susanna: son Edward Bryant 1796 -1852 (Hobart). He married Elizabeth Dean (b 1801) in 1819 in St Sepulchre. She died 1870 in Holland. Children were Maria Louisa (B 1820), Sarah Elizabeth (b 1822), Letitia (b 1824), Napoleon (1826-1914), George Washington (1827-1867, died in Holland), Eliza (B 1829), Mary Ann (b 1831). You say Letitia married Richard Ward in 1824: I think that should be she was born in 1824 and married in 1845.
Would you be willing to give me the rest of the information from Letitia onward? Either in the forum or privately? Also anything else you have on the family, or other Gareys around that time. I am still trying to link my branch with the many Gareys in the East End at that time.
Thanks
Laurence

PS: did you manage to find Edward Bryant's rather fashionable house? Now part of Gt Ormond St Hospital as far as I can make out on Google Earth!

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London and Middlesex / Re: Gareys in London from 1700
« on: Saturday 19 February 11 18:29 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks very much Ward. I shall get back to you tomorrow.

Laurence

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