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Offline CitizenSmith

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Re: Bohemia Estate Eastwood
« Reply #27 on: Tuesday 23 June 09 08:14 BST (UK) »
Hi

Yes - as I said at the beginning of my message, you only get to use this facility if you've already paid for an image - which I had for a couple of the families at Bohemia Estate, Drapers and Smiths - the latter actually being Drapers.

Sharon

Smith - East Anglia & Lancashire
Taylor - East Anglia
Draper
Hope
Shaw
Gray
Boswell
Lovell
Robinson
Chilcott
All Blackpool Gypsies
"Royal Epping Forest Gypsies": ball-giving group
"Borrow's Gypsies": the people that the novelist George Borrow (1803-1881) knew and wrote about

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Re: Bohemia Estate Eastwood
« Reply #28 on: Sunday 05 July 09 17:49 BST (UK) »
My g grandfather John Livermore and wife Mary 'Polly' Chillystone first had train carriages on their plot of land in Belgrave Road before building their bungalow.  My Nan was Matilda Livermore who married Elias 'Nobby' Loveridge.  My mum remembers having to go to their house on a Saturday to clean on the brass.......  Poor love there would have been loads of the stuff as well.

London: Smith, Huntingford, Goldstone, Dupuy, Lanigan, Barrett, Dyke, Chaplin, Dupuis, Le Brument, Velu, Huet, Hatenville, Lovell, Giles

Essex: Romany connections - Loveridge,  Livermore, Chillystone, Stone, Lamb

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Re: Bohemia Estate Eastwood
« Reply #29 on: Sunday 15 November 09 02:45 GMT (UK) »
1911 Census

Bohemia Estate:

Livermore Familly
John Livermore w. Maria nee Chillingstone, Gaskin, Lamb
Ch. John, Mathilda and William

Bubby familly
John Bibby m. Zilbie
Ch. Emmanuel and Amelia

Harris familly
Walter Harris m. Celia
Ch. Rosie and Kate
 
Brown
Lamb
Chillingstone
Chillystone
Chillistone
Chillystone-Lamb


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Re: Bohemia Estate Eastwood
« Reply #30 on: Sunday 15 November 09 02:59 GMT (UK) »
re: Pickingill-Pettingale-Pickingale

a long shot but a suggestion

traveller famillies had their own names and names they used
with non traveller famillies.

I cann't remember the exact name but: if Pettingale came from
Pettingru (will try and find the correct name) it would be equal to
Smith in Roma language.
Brown
Lamb
Chillingstone
Chillystone
Chillistone
Chillystone-Lamb

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Re: Bohemia Estate Eastwood
« Reply #31 on: Monday 11 October 10 01:51 BST (UK) »
just been reading this  with a lot of interest. my dad was a lamb .he was meshack[shacky] lamb .but they where all orginally called chillingstones lamb.  and they had when younger lived  up on the bohemia  estate  and so did my mum who was a buckley

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Re: Bohemia Estate Eastwood
« Reply #32 on: Friday 12 November 10 06:19 GMT (UK) »
Re Sylvia Chillingstone Lamb

The male line of the familly is Lamb-for reasons to me unknown
Lamb married to Gaskin in the 19th centuary changed to Chillingstone
the wife Gaskins grandmothers maiden name and eventually became
Lamb or Chillingstone or Chillingstone lamb depending at what point of time
one looks.
Meshack (Shacky) as a name runs through the familly for quite a few generations.
A Meschack Lamb from Bohemia Chase died in 1st World War.
A Meshack (Shack) Brown, son of Eliza Lamb, born Gaskin married Chillingstone
Brown
Lamb
Chillingstone
Chillystone
Chillistone
Chillystone-Lamb

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Re: Bohemia Estate Eastwood
« Reply #33 on: Friday 12 November 10 10:17 GMT (UK) »
the shacky lamb that died in world war 1 .was my dads uncle. then when my dad was born in 1920 like a lot of others in them days was named after the uncle which died .  but chillingstone was dropped and just became lamb
but shacky brown was my dads first cousin

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Re: Bohemia Estate Eastwood
« Reply #34 on: Friday 12 November 10 11:19 GMT (UK) »
Sylvia

I have a WW1 memorial medal/plaque for Shack Lamb (Meschack)
somewhere on my computor I have his death records and pic of grave in France too.
Brown
Lamb
Chillingstone
Chillystone
Chillistone
Chillystone-Lamb

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Re: Bohemia Estate Eastwood
« Reply #35 on: Thursday 18 November 10 09:01 GMT (UK) »
 ;D its all good stuff this is'nt it?
amazing to be sharing all this info with each other :)
buckley
webb
boswell (shadrack line)
pearse
lee
smith (inc epping forest)
heron
bibby