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Offline PaulineJ

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1861 London "Hamblyn"
« on: Monday 10 May 04 12:46 BST (UK) »
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Hiya pauline
could you do a look up in your London 1861 for me please?
I am looking for Hamblyn family from Lambeth/southwark.
possible addresses(from bmd) are;
9 bond street,southwark St george
9 Elizabeth place, Waterloo Road, Southwark st george
5 surrey street, (boruough road?) southwark st george
3 james place,union street, london road, southwark St george
14 bishps court,old bailey,london
12 Harriet street,lower marsh,lambeth
3 artichoke place,lower marsh,lambeth
10 grove place,james street,lambeth
15 eaton Street,new cut,lambeth
12 catherine street,jonathan street,lambeth

i kno wthis alot to ask ,but if you could take a look even at just acouple of addresses i would really appreciate it
thanks from Paul
 

Bond Street - Rg9 332 Folio (40-46) Later Kell Street
Elizabeth Place- could not find
Surrey Street- Could not find
James Place - Could not find
Bishops Court  Rg9 - 216 (114-117)
Harriet Street  Rg9 - 350 (32-39)
Artichoke Place - not Found
Grove Place Not found
Eaton Street rg9 - 348 (44-47)
Catherine Street rg9 - 355 (101-104)

No address that I could find had a Hamblyn family. Look like you will have to wait for the name index.

Pauline
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Re:1861 London "Hamblyn"
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 12 May 04 09:29 BST (UK) »
Hi there are no Hamblyns in Bond Street.
For the others, James Place you need RG9342 (Hen & Chicken Lane) Rg9-339 Hill St (they were the only James Places I could find)
Union St Borough High Road RG9-327 and RG9314 and Waterloo Road RG9-334
These are all for Southwark.
Hope this helps, they are being transcribed at the moment.
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Re:1861 London "Hamblyn"
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 12 May 04 11:38 BST (UK) »
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Pauline
I wonder if you would lookup for me again
same family HAMBLYN

Suffolk Street
King James Street

hope you dont mind
Thanks
Paul

Have found a possibility. Names/occupations wil mean more to you.

Richard Hambedge? , 25, a butcher, B St Lukes
Ann, his wife, 24, b Mile End
Rg9-256 Fol 78(Numbered)
10, Suffolk Street Tower Hamlets. Can't make sense of Parish/District.

King James Street didn't come up in a search of the master street index.
Pauline
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Re: 1861 London "Hamblyn"
« Reply #3 on: Tuesday 31 December 19 12:53 GMT (UK) »
Hi Paul,

bit late in the day but only just found this link. My family are the same few streets. Artichoke Yard is loosely interchangeable with Granby Place/Grnby Gardens at the rear of (now) 18 Lower Marsh, Camel and Artichoke PH. Lockie describes it as "a few doors in the said yard" and as of yesterday there are still a few doors in that yard.
Grove Place is long gone but ran off James St (off Lower Marsh/Charlotte Place) parallel with now Waterloo Road up to Granby St (aka Henry Street aka Aubin or Aubyn St), I suspect James Place was one of the house rows in or around James Street. Moggs New London 1849 is quite good. Hope this helps. Paul
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