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Re: Burial Look Up please. Clara Banbury 1875
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 23 August 11 23:53 BST (UK) »
Greeting’s Again. …Steve.

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Sorry the Church was not given within that Index card for the Licence Bonds.

But I would have a guess it was the Church of St: Martin’s
Because No’. 2 Peacock Lane would be opposite the Church.

Next time I’m at the Records Office I’ll chase that up. …….

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Re: Burial Look Up please. Clara Banbury 1875
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 24 August 11 00:21 BST (UK) »
Hiya Mike,

Thankyou very much for your prompt response  ;D ;D

I was just wondering about the church bearing in mind it was Richard`s second marriage.

Just to bring you upto date on the information you previously supplied and the names of the witnesses. A quick search for a christening for Clara Bryan reveals a date of 25.12.1811 at Saddington, (so I am guessing a free christening at St Helens?) with parents listed as John and Mary Bryan.

Elizabeth Bryan appears to be Clara`s younger sister born circa 1810.

Don`t know about John Ward yet.


I didn`t know about Charles Fox until tonight but I had previously wondered why Catherine Fox born in London 1862 ish was a visitor to Richard Banbury on the 1881 census. I traced Charles Fox and Catherine to the 1871 census where I found the family living in Newark. By 1881 Catherine had moved out to "visit" Richard but her Father Charles, Mother Etty, Sisters Elizabeth and Hannah plus Brother John are living at Chestnut Street in Leicester.

I can`t find Chestnut Street on my map but I found Brazil Street and Walnut Street on a modern map near Filbert Street, so I am assuming Chestnut Street could have been in this vicinity ??

Bet you are impressed now Mike  ;) ;)

Perhaps catch you later, all the best Steve
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Re: Burial Look Up please. Clara Banbury 1875
« Reply #11 on: Wednesday 24 August 11 10:51 BST (UK) »
Greeting’s Again. …Steve. ……

Chestnut Street. :~
It’s the second street from Walnut Street going back to wards the Town Centre…
It had a Methodist Chapel standing on the corner which became a Furniture Warehouse. ……

It’s on the Leicester Map ( SW) 1902. ~ 1911.. 

It’s all gone now it’s under the Royal Infirmary Extensions

MIKE……….
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Cassell.                   Powers. 
Draper.                   Hirons.
Combs.                   Botts.
Stallard.                 Hall.


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Re: Burial Look Up please. Clara Banbury 1875
« Reply #12 on: Wednesday 24 August 11 20:19 BST (UK) »
Yes found that Mike thanks very much.  ;D

Onto Welford Road down Infirmary Road, Oxford Street then Southgate Street to get to Peacock Lane.


Steve  ;)
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Re: Burial Look Up please. Clara Banbury 1875
« Reply #13 on: Monday 13 May 19 19:19 BST (UK) »
Hi I used to live filbert street 1970 when lrocester city the little foxes was there and Brazil street was adjacent to walnut street and my school was hazel street junior school these streets were destroyed for leicester royal infirmary carpark snd I am a ward and my dad was from braunstonr

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Re: Burial Look Up please. Clara Banbury 1875
« Reply #14 on: Monday 13 May 19 21:42 BST (UK) »
Hi Sharon

The posts above yours are now 8 years old so I'm guessing that the question has now been dealt with.

I can remember being taken to Filbert St. to watch a game between Leicester and Everton when I was about 14. It was quite exciting, and not a little frightening, to be carried up and down the terraces whether I wanted it or not when the crowd surged forward and back again to see action at one end of the pitch or another. It must have been a cup match or similar because the ground was packed. Another (and more dangerous) age! 
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Re: Burial Look Up please. Clara Banbury 1875 "COMPLETED"
« Reply #15 on: Friday 31 May 19 14:53 BST (UK) »
Just wondering if anyone has access to information or records and could carry out a Look Up for me please.

I am trying to locate a burial for Clara Banbury who died in the September quarter of 1875 aged 64. Reference Leicester 7a 170.

Many thanks in advance for all replies and offers of information  ;D

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***COMPLETED*** Re: Burial Look Up please. Clara Banbury 1875
« Reply #16 on: Sunday 02 June 19 21:37 BST (UK) »
Just wondering if anyone has access to information or records and could carry out a Look Up for me please.

I am trying to locate a burial for Clara Banbury who died in the September quarter of 1875 aged 64. Reference Leicester 7a 170.

Many thanks in advance for all replies and offers of information  ;D

Steve
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