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Ennever & Enever family history & ancestry. Click here to return to the home page WJ Ennever (1869-1947). From the portrait by J Seymour R.A., exhibited in the Royal Academy.

Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex



 


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Tree: 1. Essex Ennevers
Notes: The two parishes of Bow and Bromley-by-Bow in London's East End have a long and distinct history although they have struggled for identity. These parishes, linked as they are by industry and the River Lea, are located within the following geographical boundaries: Victoria Park to the north, River Lea to the east, Grove and Burdett Roads to the west and the Limehouse Cut to the south. The Limehouse Cut was created in 1770 to connect the Thames to the River Lea at Bromley-by-Bow.

Bow became a parish in its own right in 1719 and at that time was very much a rural retreat and remained that way throughout the 18th century. Bow's neighbour, Bromley-by-Bow, was originally known as the parish of Bromley St Leonard in reference to the priory and convent in the area. The area was known simply as Bromley, but confusion with Bromley in Kent led to postal services calling it Bromley-by-Bow.

Bow and Bromley-by-Bow parishes were absorbed into the Borough of Poplar in 1900. Poplar was one of three boroughs , along with Stepney and Bethnal Green, which became Tower Hamlets in 1965.

OpenStreetMap

Latitude: 51.5209914, Longitude: -0.0971964


Tree: 9. Essex Enevers (5)
Notes: The two parishes of Bow and Bromley-by-Bow in London's East End have a long and distinct history although they have struggled for identity. These parishes, linked as they are by industry and the River Lea, are located within the following geographical boundaries: Victoria Park to the north, River Lea to the east, Grove and Burdett Roads to the west and the Limehouse Cut to the south. The Limehouse Cut was created in 1770 to connect the Thames to the River Lea at Bromley-by-Bow.

Bow became a parish in its own right in 1719 and at that time was very much a rural retreat and remained that way throughout the 18th century. Bow's neighbour, Bromley-by-Bow, was originally known as the parish of Bromley St Leonard in reference to the priory and convent in the area. The area was known simply as Bromley, but confusion with Bromley in Kent led to postal services calling it Bromley-by-Bow.

Bow and Bromley-by-Bow parishes were absorbed into the Borough of Poplar in 1900. Poplar was one of three boroughs , along with Stepney and Bethnal Green, which became Tower Hamlets in 1965.

OpenStreetMap

Latitude: 51.5209914, Longitude: -0.0971964


Tree: 2. East End Ennevers
Notes: The two parishes of Bow and Bromley-by-Bow in London's East End have a long and distinct history although they have struggled for identity. These parishes, linked as they are by industry and the River Lea, are located within the following geographical boundaries: Victoria Park to the north, River Lea to the east, Grove and Burdett Roads to the west and the Limehouse Cut to the south. The Limehouse Cut was created in 1770 to connect the Thames to the River Lea at Bromley-by-Bow.

Bow became a parish in its own right in 1719 and at that time was very much a rural retreat and remained that way throughout the 18th century. Bow's neighbour, Bromley-by-Bow, was originally known as the parish of Bromley St Leonard in reference to the priory and convent in the area. The area was known simply as Bromley, but confusion with Bromley in Kent led to postal services calling it Bromley-by-Bow.

Bow and Bromley-by-Bow parishes were absorbed into the Borough of Poplar in 1900. Poplar was one of three boroughs , along with Stepney and Bethnal Green, which became Tower Hamlets in 1965.

OpenStreetMap

Latitude: 51.5209914, Longitude: -0.0971964


Christened

Matches 1 to 2 of 2

   Last name, First name(s)    Christened    Person ID 
1 ENNEVER, Ada  3 Jun 1875Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I1407
2 ENNEVER, Andrew  3 Jun 1875Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I49

Buried

Matches 1 to 1 of 1

   Last name, First name(s)    Buried    Person ID 
1 GAD, Sarah  22 May 1834Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I12329

Living

Matches 1 to 19 of 19

   Last name, First name(s)    Living    Person ID 
1 ENEVER, Sarah Jane  20 Feb 1845Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I14787
2 ENNEVER, Henry  20 Feb 1845Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I14785
3 FRENCH, Sarah Susan  20 Feb 1845Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I14786
4 ENEVER, Ann Margaret  6 Jun 1847Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I14788
5 ENNEVER, Henry  6 Jun 1847Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I14785
6 FRENCH, Sarah Susan  6 Jun 1847Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I14786
7 HALLIDAY, John  24 Apr 1864Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I31231
8 RICHARDSON, Eliza  24 Apr 1864Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I31224
9 GOUGE, Catherine  23 Jul 1867Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I20555
10 WILLIAMS, Edward  23 Jul 1867Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I20546
11 CLAMPING, Emma  12 Jul 1874Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I27140
12 CLEMENTS, George  12 Jul 1874Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I27139
13 ENEFER, Mary Ann Sweetingham  29 Jan 1882Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I27846
14 ROBERTS, Charles William  29 Jan 1882Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I28009
15 DEEKS, Sarah Ann  28 Aug 1886Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I28059
16 ENEFER, Alfred Arthur  28 Aug 1886Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I27855
17 CLAMPING, Emma  26 May 1887Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I27140
18 CLEMENTS, Ada Louise  26 May 1887Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I2735
19 CLEMENTS, George  26 May 1887Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex I27139
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