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Offline allanroy

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Brownridge
« on: Sunday 03 October 04 19:17 BST (UK) »
I am trying to trace the following family

Thomas Brownridge married to Annie campbell white King.

They had a daughter
Jessie Brownridge born 28 March 1910, Paisley, Scotland
and a son Thomas.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks
Allan
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Wales:      Hanes
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Re: Brownridge
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 13 November 04 18:23 GMT (UK) »
Allan

You could try looking on the http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/ site for Thomas in 1901.

Hope this helps.

Good luck
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Re: Brownridge
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 17 November 04 15:20 GMT (UK) »
Hi there,

I am moving this topic into the Renfrewshire board where it will be seen by those with interests in the area.

Good Luck,

Kazza.
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Re: Brownridge
« Reply #3 on: Wednesday 17 November 04 21:27 GMT (UK) »
1910
Groom - BROWNRIDGE THOMAS
Bride   - CROSS GRACE
PAISLEY
RENFREW
573/01 0168

 I found these three births for a Thomas Brownridge

1 1869 BROWNRIDGE THOMAS  M TRADESTON LANARK 644/09 1167   

2 1886 BROWNRIDGE THOMAS  M KINNING PARK LANARK 644/14 0819
 


3 1870 BROWNRIDGE THOMAS FISHER  M HUTCHESONTOWN LANARK 644/10 1604

Then on the 1901 census for Paisley I found the following information

The address was 13 Lacey Lane Paisley Renfrewshire

Agnes Brownridge  Head  aged 49 a widow born in Cummock Ayrshire

Maggie Brownridge Daughter aged 22 single a thread pollisher born in Lanarkshire, Glasgow

Agnes Brownridge Daughter  aged 20 single a thread pollisher born in Lanarkshire, Glasgow

James Brownridge Son aged 17 single a railway porter born in Lanarkshire, Glasgow

Thomas Brownridge Son aged 14 single a butchers apprentice born in Lanarkshire, Glasgow

John Brownridge Son aged 13 single a message boy born in Lanarkshire, Glasgow


In 1891 the father was still alive  a James Brownridge aged 42 who worked on the railway and was born in Kilcurbright

I am not sure if these are who you are looking for but if they are... do let me know :)

Best wishes

Mo




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Re: Brownridge
« Reply #4 on: Thursday 18 November 04 07:12 GMT (UK) »
Hi Mo

Thank you for all this info. This is the family I am researching, all of them that you found.

Thanks
Allan
Cornwall: Nattle, Nicholls, Cooksen,Perkin,Robartes
Kent:        Holdstock
Wales:      Hanes
Scotland:  Roy
Leeds:      Maude

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Re: Brownridge
« Reply #5 on: Monday 09 March 09 09:08 GMT (UK) »
hi allan
i hope u see this post. i see that u are researching the brownridge family. viz thomas brownridge. i am a descendent of thomas fisher brownridge whos parents were thomas fisher brownridge and annie cambell king. i am curious to know what your reason for the interest in the brownridge family is. i also note that you are fro simonstown. i am originally from cape town south africa but now live in adelaide australia.
regards
kevin brownridge

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Re: Brownridge
« Reply #6 on: Monday 09 March 09 12:10 GMT (UK) »
Thomas Brownridge married to Annie campbell white King are my great grandparents, there daughter Jessie is my granny on my mothers side.

We must be family then :)

Regards
Allan
Cornwall: Nattle, Nicholls, Cooksen,Perkin,Robartes
Kent:        Holdstock
Wales:      Hanes
Scotland:  Roy
Leeds:      Maude

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Re: Brownridge
« Reply #7 on: Monday 09 March 09 12:58 GMT (UK) »
yeh it seems like it. i left cape town 8 yrs ago. ps....i sent you an email.
maybe if we put all our info together we can come up with some more surprises.
cheers kevin

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Re: HOLDSTOCK family in SA
« Reply #8 on: Friday 06 November 09 10:11 GMT (UK) »
HALLO ALLAN, i saw on facebook your discussion re the Holdstock family in SA. I am a librarian at NMMU University in PE and one of our library patrons is asking information about the Holdstock family in SA. what information do you have on the ancestors James Holdstock & Ann Evingden and their descendants in SA?
There is also Thomas Leonard Holdstock from Charing, Kent, England and his wife Elizabeth Ann Dorkin, there eldest son,  also Thomas Leonard apparently was baptized on 23-02-1858 in St Mary's Church in POrt Elizabeth, born 01-05-1856. Do you perhaps have any information regarding these Holdstock families or can confirm some of this information. When did the Holdstock ancestors came to South Africa and were there more than one family that came? will chat to you again, kind regards, Roelien Clarke