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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #369 on: Wednesday 09 May 18 00:00 BST (UK) »
this is the bit I can't read
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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #370 on: Wednesday 09 May 18 01:18 BST (UK) »
2 Children at Establishm...

It refers to the 'Limehouse Children's Establishment', which was the workhouse school used by the Stepney Union at this period.

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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #371 on: Wednesday 09 May 18 11:29 BST (UK) »
thank you , thats brilliant  ;D
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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #372 on: Friday 08 June 18 09:56 BST (UK) »
Another newspaper repot mentions Johns addresses, might these be any use ?

formerly of no.8, st Thomas street stepney,
and no.18 Cornhill, London,
then of Emmett's cottage, Hornsey road, Hornsey, Middlesex.
and late of 8 Leslie street, Mile end road ,middlesex.
8 Leslie st is where Grenville was born.
plus found out today that his sister, Florence Georgina Henrietta Lloyd who was born in 1856 also has JBL as father on her birth cert.


Numbers 17 & 18 Cornhill was the business address of my 4 x great grandfather John Sarl of Messrs Sarl & Sons Goldsmith & Jewellers, the same business from the previous post which mentions   "He obtained 52 of plated silver articles of Messers.Sarl, which he pledged within a fortnight to sustain the company."




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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #373 on: Friday 08 June 18 21:05 BST (UK) »
Hi Mickey

Welcome to RootsChat  :)

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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #374 on: Saturday 14 July 18 13:37 BST (UK) »
Another newspaper repot mentions Johns addresses, might these be any use ?

formerly of no.8, st Thomas street stepney,
and no.18 Cornhill, London,
then of Emmett's cottage, Hornsey road, Hornsey, Middlesex.
and late of 8 Leslie street, Mile end road ,middlesex.
8 Leslie st is where Grenville was born.
plus found out today that his sister, Florence Georgina Henrietta Lloyd who was born in 1856 also has JBL as father on her birth cert.


Numbers 17 & 18 Cornhill was the business address of my 4 x great grandfather John Sarl of Messrs Sarl & Sons Goldsmith & Jewellers, the same business from the previous post which mentions   "He obtained 52 of plated silver articles of Messers.Sarl, which he pledged within a fortnight to sustain the company."



Hi mikey, sorry only just seen your post,
thanks for the information, its strange to think our relatives met all those years ago and here we are talking about it  ;D
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