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West Ham District, Essex



 


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Tree: 6. Essex Ennevers(2)
Notes: West Ham was a local government district in the extreme south west of Essex from 1886 to 1965, forming part of the built-up area of London, although outside the County of London. It was immediately north of the River Thames and east of the River Lee.
Contents [hide] 1 Area and boundaries 2 Predecessors 3 Incorporation 4 County borough 5 Utilities 6 Borough council 6.1 Wards 6.2 Politics 6.3 Coat of arms 7 Abolition and inclusion in Greater London 8 References 9 External links // [edit] Area and boundaries
The borough included Plaistow, West Ham, Stratford, Canning Town and Silvertown - all of the current-day London Borough of Newham west of Green Street. At the time of the 1901 census it was the ninth most populous town or district in England with a population of 267,308.[4] Although West Ham did not become officially part of London until 1965, the borough formed part of London's built-up area, was part of the London postal district and the Metropolitan Police District.
From 1934 to 1965 it was surrounded by the County Borough of East Ham to the east, the municipal boroughs of Wanstead and Woodford and Leyton to the north, and the metropolitan boroughs of Poplar to the west and Greenwich to the south.
[edit] Predecessors
West Ham underwent rapid growth from 1844 following the Metropolitan Building Act. The Act restricted dangerous and noxious industries from operating in the metropolitan area, the eastern boundary of which was the River Lee. Consequently, many of these activities were relocated to the western side of the river and to West Ham, then a parish in Essex. As a result, West Ham became one of Victorian Britain's major manufacturing centres for pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and processed foods. This rapid growth earned it the name "London over the border".[5] The growth of the town was summarised by The Times in 1886:
"Factory after factory was erected on the marshy wastes of Stratford and Plaistow, and it only required the construction at Canning Town of the Victoria and Albert Docks to make the once desolate parish of West Ham a manufacturing and commercial centre of the first importance and to bring upon it a teeming and an industrious population."[5]
Many workers lived in slum conditions close to where they worked, leading to periodic outbreaks of contagious diseases and severe poverty. It had become apparent that local government in the parish of West Ham was not adequate to meet the needs of the area which was divided between the parish vestry, highway board and the Havering and Dagenham Commissioners of Sewers. Problems centred on provision of adequate paving, water supply, fire fighting and control of development. In 1853 a group of ratepayers initiated moves to improve local administration. This led to a public enquiry by Charles Dickens' brother Alfred, a medical officer, who published a report in 1855 severely critical of conditions in the slum areas.[5]
Accordingly the Public Health Act 1848 was applied to the parish, and a local board of health was formed in 1856. The board had 15 members: 12 elected and 3 nominated by the Commissioners of Sewers.[6]

Source: wikipedia.org

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Latitude: 51.5283000, Longitude: 0.0040389


Tree: 2. East End Ennevers
Notes: West Ham was a local government district in the extreme south west of Essex from 1886 to 1965, forming part of the built-up area of London, although outside the County of London. It was immediately north of the River Thames and east of the River Lee.
Contents [hide] 1 Area and boundaries 2 Predecessors 3 Incorporation 4 County borough 5 Utilities 6 Borough council 6.1 Wards 6.2 Politics 6.3 Coat of arms 7 Abolition and inclusion in Greater London 8 References 9 External links // [edit] Area and boundaries
The borough included Plaistow, West Ham, Stratford, Canning Town and Silvertown - all of the current-day London Borough of Newham west of Green Street. At the time of the 1901 census it was the ninth most populous town or district in England with a population of 267,308.[4] Although West Ham did not become officially part of London until 1965, the borough formed part of London's built-up area, was part of the London postal district and the Metropolitan Police District.
From 1934 to 1965 it was surrounded by the County Borough of East Ham to the east, the municipal boroughs of Wanstead and Woodford and Leyton to the north, and the metropolitan boroughs of Poplar to the west and Greenwich to the south.
[edit] Predecessors
West Ham underwent rapid growth from 1844 following the Metropolitan Building Act. The Act restricted dangerous and noxious industries from operating in the metropolitan area, the eastern boundary of which was the River Lee. Consequently, many of these activities were relocated to the western side of the river and to West Ham, then a parish in Essex. As a result, West Ham became one of Victorian Britain's major manufacturing centres for pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and processed foods. This rapid growth earned it the name "London over the border".[5] The growth of the town was summarised by The Times in 1886:
"Factory after factory was erected on the marshy wastes of Stratford and Plaistow, and it only required the construction at Canning Town of the Victoria and Albert Docks to make the once desolate parish of West Ham a manufacturing and commercial centre of the first importance and to bring upon it a teeming and an industrious population."[5]
Many workers lived in slum conditions close to where they worked, leading to periodic outbreaks of contagious diseases and severe poverty. It had become apparent that local government in the parish of West Ham was not adequate to meet the needs of the area which was divided between the parish vestry, highway board and the Havering and Dagenham Commissioners of Sewers. Problems centred on provision of adequate paving, water supply, fire fighting and control of development. In 1853 a group of ratepayers initiated moves to improve local administration. This led to a public enquiry by Charles Dickens' brother Alfred, a medical officer, who published a report in 1855 severely critical of conditions in the slum areas.[5]
Accordingly the Public Health Act 1848 was applied to the parish, and a local board of health was formed in 1856. The board had 15 members: 12 elected and 3 nominated by the Commissioners of Sewers.[6]

Source: wikipedia.org

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Latitude: 51.5283000, Longitude: 0.0040389


Tree: 7. Essex Enevers (2)
Notes: West Ham was a local government district in the extreme south west of Essex from 1886 to 1965, forming part of the built-up area of London, although outside the County of London. It was immediately north of the River Thames and east of the River Lee.
Contents [hide] 1 Area and boundaries 2 Predecessors 3 Incorporation 4 County borough 5 Utilities 6 Borough council 6.1 Wards 6.2 Politics 6.3 Coat of arms 7 Abolition and inclusion in Greater London 8 References 9 External links // [edit] Area and boundaries
The borough included Plaistow, West Ham, Stratford, Canning Town and Silvertown - all of the current-day London Borough of Newham west of Green Street. At the time of the 1901 census it was the ninth most populous town or district in England with a population of 267,308.[4] Although West Ham did not become officially part of London until 1965, the borough formed part of London's built-up area, was part of the London postal district and the Metropolitan Police District.
From 1934 to 1965 it was surrounded by the County Borough of East Ham to the east, the municipal boroughs of Wanstead and Woodford and Leyton to the north, and the metropolitan boroughs of Poplar to the west and Greenwich to the south.
[edit] Predecessors
West Ham underwent rapid growth from 1844 following the Metropolitan Building Act. The Act restricted dangerous and noxious industries from operating in the metropolitan area, the eastern boundary of which was the River Lee. Consequently, many of these activities were relocated to the western side of the river and to West Ham, then a parish in Essex. As a result, West Ham became one of Victorian Britain's major manufacturing centres for pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and processed foods. This rapid growth earned it the name "London over the border".[5] The growth of the town was summarised by The Times in 1886:
"Factory after factory was erected on the marshy wastes of Stratford and Plaistow, and it only required the construction at Canning Town of the Victoria and Albert Docks to make the once desolate parish of West Ham a manufacturing and commercial centre of the first importance and to bring upon it a teeming and an industrious population."[5]
Many workers lived in slum conditions close to where they worked, leading to periodic outbreaks of contagious diseases and severe poverty. It had become apparent that local government in the parish of West Ham was not adequate to meet the needs of the area which was divided between the parish vestry, highway board and the Havering and Dagenham Commissioners of Sewers. Problems centred on provision of adequate paving, water supply, fire fighting and control of development. In 1853 a group of ratepayers initiated moves to improve local administration. This led to a public enquiry by Charles Dickens' brother Alfred, a medical officer, who published a report in 1855 severely critical of conditions in the slum areas.[5]
Accordingly the Public Health Act 1848 was applied to the parish, and a local board of health was formed in 1856. The board had 15 members: 12 elected and 3 nominated by the Commissioners of Sewers.[6]

Source: wikipedia.org

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Latitude: 51.5283000, Longitude: 0.0040389


Tree: 1. Essex Ennevers
Notes: West Ham was a local government district in the extreme south west of Essex from 1886 to 1965, forming part of the built-up area of London, although outside the County of London. It was immediately north of the River Thames and east of the River Lee.
Contents [hide] 1 Area and boundaries 2 Predecessors 3 Incorporation 4 County borough 5 Utilities 6 Borough council 6.1 Wards 6.2 Politics 6.3 Coat of arms 7 Abolition and inclusion in Greater London 8 References 9 External links // [edit] Area and boundaries
The borough included Plaistow, West Ham, Stratford, Canning Town and Silvertown - all of the current-day London Borough of Newham west of Green Street. At the time of the 1901 census it was the ninth most populous town or district in England with a population of 267,308.[4] Although West Ham did not become officially part of London until 1965, the borough formed part of London's built-up area, was part of the London postal district and the Metropolitan Police District.
From 1934 to 1965 it was surrounded by the County Borough of East Ham to the east, the municipal boroughs of Wanstead and Woodford and Leyton to the north, and the metropolitan boroughs of Poplar to the west and Greenwich to the south.
[edit] Predecessors
West Ham underwent rapid growth from 1844 following the Metropolitan Building Act. The Act restricted dangerous and noxious industries from operating in the metropolitan area, the eastern boundary of which was the River Lee. Consequently, many of these activities were relocated to the western side of the river and to West Ham, then a parish in Essex. As a result, West Ham became one of Victorian Britain's major manufacturing centres for pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and processed foods. This rapid growth earned it the name "London over the border".[5] The growth of the town was summarised by The Times in 1886:
"Factory after factory was erected on the marshy wastes of Stratford and Plaistow, and it only required the construction at Canning Town of the Victoria and Albert Docks to make the once desolate parish of West Ham a manufacturing and commercial centre of the first importance and to bring upon it a teeming and an industrious population."[5]
Many workers lived in slum conditions close to where they worked, leading to periodic outbreaks of contagious diseases and severe poverty. It had become apparent that local government in the parish of West Ham was not adequate to meet the needs of the area which was divided between the parish vestry, highway board and the Havering and Dagenham Commissioners of Sewers. Problems centred on provision of adequate paving, water supply, fire fighting and control of development. In 1853 a group of ratepayers initiated moves to improve local administration. This led to a public enquiry by Charles Dickens' brother Alfred, a medical officer, who published a report in 1855 severely critical of conditions in the slum areas.[5]
Accordingly the Public Health Act 1848 was applied to the parish, and a local board of health was formed in 1856. The board had 15 members: 12 elected and 3 nominated by the Commissioners of Sewers.[6]

Source: wikipedia.org

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Latitude: 51.5283000, Longitude: 0.0040389


Tree: 5. Somerset Ennevers (2)
Notes: West Ham was a local government district in the extreme south west of Essex from 1886 to 1965, forming part of the built-up area of London, although outside the County of London. It was immediately north of the River Thames and east of the River Lee.
Contents [hide] 1 Area and boundaries 2 Predecessors 3 Incorporation 4 County borough 5 Utilities 6 Borough council 6.1 Wards 6.2 Politics 6.3 Coat of arms 7 Abolition and inclusion in Greater London 8 References 9 External links // [edit] Area and boundaries
The borough included Plaistow, West Ham, Stratford, Canning Town and Silvertown - all of the current-day London Borough of Newham west of Green Street. At the time of the 1901 census it was the ninth most populous town or district in England with a population of 267,308.[4] Although West Ham did not become officially part of London until 1965, the borough formed part of London's built-up area, was part of the London postal district and the Metropolitan Police District.
From 1934 to 1965 it was surrounded by the County Borough of East Ham to the east, the municipal boroughs of Wanstead and Woodford and Leyton to the north, and the metropolitan boroughs of Poplar to the west and Greenwich to the south.
[edit] Predecessors
West Ham underwent rapid growth from 1844 following the Metropolitan Building Act. The Act restricted dangerous and noxious industries from operating in the metropolitan area, the eastern boundary of which was the River Lee. Consequently, many of these activities were relocated to the western side of the river and to West Ham, then a parish in Essex. As a result, West Ham became one of Victorian Britain's major manufacturing centres for pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and processed foods. This rapid growth earned it the name "London over the border".[5] The growth of the town was summarised by The Times in 1886:
"Factory after factory was erected on the marshy wastes of Stratford and Plaistow, and it only required the construction at Canning Town of the Victoria and Albert Docks to make the once desolate parish of West Ham a manufacturing and commercial centre of the first importance and to bring upon it a teeming and an industrious population."[5]
Many workers lived in slum conditions close to where they worked, leading to periodic outbreaks of contagious diseases and severe poverty. It had become apparent that local government in the parish of West Ham was not adequate to meet the needs of the area which was divided between the parish vestry, highway board and the Havering and Dagenham Commissioners of Sewers. Problems centred on provision of adequate paving, water supply, fire fighting and control of development. In 1853 a group of ratepayers initiated moves to improve local administration. This led to a public enquiry by Charles Dickens' brother Alfred, a medical officer, who published a report in 1855 severely critical of conditions in the slum areas.[5]
Accordingly the Public Health Act 1848 was applied to the parish, and a local board of health was formed in 1856. The board had 15 members: 12 elected and 3 nominated by the Commissioners of Sewers.[6]

Source: wikipedia.org

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Latitude: 51.5283000, Longitude: 0.0040389


Tree: 8. Essex Enevers (4)
Notes: West Ham was a local government district in the extreme south west of Essex from 1886 to 1965, forming part of the built-up area of London, although outside the County of London. It was immediately north of the River Thames and east of the River Lee.
Contents [hide] 1 Area and boundaries 2 Predecessors 3 Incorporation 4 County borough 5 Utilities 6 Borough council 6.1 Wards 6.2 Politics 6.3 Coat of arms 7 Abolition and inclusion in Greater London 8 References 9 External links // [edit] Area and boundaries
The borough included Plaistow, West Ham, Stratford, Canning Town and Silvertown - all of the current-day London Borough of Newham west of Green Street. At the time of the 1901 census it was the ninth most populous town or district in England with a population of 267,308.[4] Although West Ham did not become officially part of London until 1965, the borough formed part of London's built-up area, was part of the London postal district and the Metropolitan Police District.
From 1934 to 1965 it was surrounded by the County Borough of East Ham to the east, the municipal boroughs of Wanstead and Woodford and Leyton to the north, and the metropolitan boroughs of Poplar to the west and Greenwich to the south.
[edit] Predecessors
West Ham underwent rapid growth from 1844 following the Metropolitan Building Act. The Act restricted dangerous and noxious industries from operating in the metropolitan area, the eastern boundary of which was the River Lee. Consequently, many of these activities were relocated to the western side of the river and to West Ham, then a parish in Essex. As a result, West Ham became one of Victorian Britain's major manufacturing centres for pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and processed foods. This rapid growth earned it the name "London over the border".[5] The growth of the town was summarised by The Times in 1886:
"Factory after factory was erected on the marshy wastes of Stratford and Plaistow, and it only required the construction at Canning Town of the Victoria and Albert Docks to make the once desolate parish of West Ham a manufacturing and commercial centre of the first importance and to bring upon it a teeming and an industrious population."[5]
Many workers lived in slum conditions close to where they worked, leading to periodic outbreaks of contagious diseases and severe poverty. It had become apparent that local government in the parish of West Ham was not adequate to meet the needs of the area which was divided between the parish vestry, highway board and the Havering and Dagenham Commissioners of Sewers. Problems centred on provision of adequate paving, water supply, fire fighting and control of development. In 1853 a group of ratepayers initiated moves to improve local administration. This led to a public enquiry by Charles Dickens' brother Alfred, a medical officer, who published a report in 1855 severely critical of conditions in the slum areas.[5]
Accordingly the Public Health Act 1848 was applied to the parish, and a local board of health was formed in 1856. The board had 15 members: 12 elected and 3 nominated by the Commissioners of Sewers.[6]

Source: wikipedia.org

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Latitude: 51.5283000, Longitude: 0.0040389


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   Last name, First name(s)    Birth    Person ID 
1 AARON, Christine I J   I913
2 AINGE, Basil   I28042
3 AINGE, Melanie J   I28044
4 ALLARS, Albert C A   I17641
5 ALLARS, Carol Christine   I17640
6 ALLARS, David James   I17638
7 ALLARS, Elsie I M  1917West Ham District, Essex I12877
8 ALLARS, Ethel V G  1912West Ham District, Essex I12875
9 ALLARS, Florence N D  1914/5West Ham District, Essex I12876
10 ALLARS, James Edward Alexander  16 Sep 1922West Ham District, Essex I17630
11 ALLARS, RenĂ©e Priscilla   I845
12 ALLARS, Vera   I17642
13 ALVES, Alan J   I17531
14 ANDREWS, John R  1912West Ham District, Essex I5435
15 ANDREWS, Lilian V  1914West Ham District, Essex I5436
16 ATKINSON, Ruby Lillian  4 Jun 1916West Ham District, Essex I30717
17 AUSTIN, Catherine Margaret  10 Jun 1913West Ham District, Essex I2492
18 BAILEY, Jessie M K  1918West Ham District, Essex I15959
19 BANKS, Charles Ernest  4 Jan 1902West Ham District, Essex I20110
20 BANKS, Doreen J   I34349
21 BANKS, Eileen S J   I34350
22 BARNARD, Cyril G  1914West Ham District, Essex I32066
23 BARNARD, Edward V  1915West Ham District, Essex I32067
24 BARNARD, Ernest  1912/3West Ham District, Essex I32065
25 BARNARD, Florence M  1911/2West Ham District, Essex I19163
26 BARNARD, Herbert  1916West Ham District, Essex I32068
27 BARNARD, Pamela B   I31164
28 BARNES, Ian Keith  2 Nov 1928West Ham District, Essex I1004
29 BARNES, Victor   I1003
30 BARNEY, Deborah T   I17390
31 BARNEY, John W   I17389
32 BINES, Jean E B   I30822
33 BLACKHOLLY, Edith M  1920West Ham District, Essex I24626
34 BOLLONS, Walter  1897West Ham District, Essex I14582
35 BONE, Ernest H  1916West Ham District, Essex I29926
36 BRAZIER, Emily Florence  3 Jun 1908West Ham District, Essex I15966
37 BROCKES, Winifred E  25 Jun 1916West Ham District, Essex I6479
38 BROWN, Alfred E  1915West Ham District, Essex I6404
39 BROWN, Betty R R  1926West Ham District, Essex I6405
40 BROWN, Joan Iris   I6406
41 BROWN, Reginald V   I6407
42 BUNTING, Alice E R  1914West Ham District, Essex I27864
43 BURVILL, Living   I2807
44 CATCHPOLE, Victor Edward  6 Jul 1919West Ham District, Essex I823
45 CHALLIS, Alfred  1920/1West Ham District, Essex I24544
46 CHALLIS, Caroline F  1917West Ham District, Essex I24543
47 CHALLIS, David   I24547
48 CHALLIS, George N   I24548
49 CHALLIS, Grace B   I24546
50 CHALLIS, Jessie E   I24545
51 CHALLIS, Violet E  1914/5West Ham District, Essex I24542
52 CHAPMAN, Alec R  1913/4West Ham District, Essex I26552
53 CHAPMAN, Donald C   I26553
54 CHAPMAN, Irene   I26555
55 CHAPMAN, Jack   I26554
56 CHURCHMAN, Maud Mary  1863West Ham District, Essex I9925
57 CLANCEY, Hilda E  1913West Ham District, Essex I28519
58 CLANCEY, Joy C   I28521
59 CLANCEY, Terence R   I28520
60 CLINKER, Alfred R   I6747
61 CLINKER, Herbert W   I6748
62 CLINKER, Mary Florence  27 Sep 1897West Ham District, Essex I6738
63 CLINKER, Richard  1892West Ham District, Essex I6737
64 COLES, Caroline Charlotte Louisa  1887West Ham District, Essex I2788
65 CORNWELL, Grant Paul MBE   I7409
66 COSTELLO, Claire  1914/5West Ham District, Essex I12501
67 CROXFORD, Elizabeth Gwendoline   I32777
68 CROXFORD, Gwendoline Maud  23 Jul 1916West Ham District, Essex I6764
69 DARLING, Ernest Edward  1906/7West Ham District, Essex I14612
70 DARLING, Nellie Florence  1904/5West Ham District, Essex I14611
71 DAVISON, Barbara J   I20532
72 DEEKS, Alfred George  1915/6West Ham District, Essex I27753
73 DEEKS, Ronald E   I27868
74 DEEKS, Sylvia  1913West Ham District, Essex I27752
75 DINSDALE, Derrick Alfred   I17090
76 DINSDALE, Terry  1914West Ham District, Essex I17088
77 DINSDALE, William H  1916West Ham District, Essex I17089
78 DRAYCOTT, Mark   I17922
79 DREDGE, Doris Ethel  22 Sep 1907West Ham District, Essex I10931
80 DUSGATE, Arthur Jack Howard  1922West Ham District, Essex I9829
81 DUSGATE, Doris H   I9830
82 DYSON, Charles A   I29934
83 DYSON, Leslie   I29939
84 EDWARDS, Esther Winifred  29 Oct 1914West Ham District, Essex I24023
85 EDWARDS, George  1909West Ham District, Essex I24020
86 ELSOM, Alan Sidney   I7212
87 ELSOM, Eileen F   I6998
88 ELSOM, George H  1917West Ham District, Essex I11723
89 ELSOM, Joyce May   I5736
90 ENEVER, Alexander John  10 Mar 1925West Ham District, Essex I17233
91 ENEVER, Anne Marie   I21359
92 ENEVER, Annie Amelia  6 Mar 1919West Ham District, Essex I15375
93 ENEVER, Ave M   I17234
94 ENEVER, Celia Ivy  27 Jun 1925West Ham District, Essex I17370
95 ENEVER, Christine   I21357
96 ENEVER, David Robert  17 Sep 1927West Ham District, Essex I17371
97 ENEVER, David T   I31885
98 ENEVER, Doris McIntyre  Abt Aug 1914West Ham District, Essex I33804
99 ENEVER, Dorothy Ann   I17490
100 ENEVER, Edith A Grace   I20014
101 ENEVER, Edward Daniel  1901West Ham District, Essex I14438
102 ENEVER, Edward Horace  8 May 1923West Ham District, Essex I17369
103 ENEVER, Elaine K   I19576
104 ENEVER, Elizabeth Mary  1913West Ham District, Essex I17229
105 ENEVER, Ernest William  1924West Ham District, Essex I17488
106 ENEVER, Eugenie Bourdon  15 Apr 1910West Ham District, Essex I33592
107 ENEVER, Florence Louise  4 Oct 1922West Ham District, Essex I17487
108 ENEVER, Frederick Joseph  1899/1900West Ham District, Essex I15046
109 ENEVER, Frederick Peter  1909West Ham District, Essex I15045
110 ENEVER, Gary R   I24925
111 ENEVER, George Henry Edward  5 Feb 1931West Ham District, Essex I20015
112 ENEVER, Gladys Frances V   I23516
113 ENEVER, Harold  1896West Ham District, Essex I18449
114 ENEVER, Harry Herbert  1917West Ham District, Essex I15374
115 ENEVER, Herbert Victor  13 Oct 1912West Ham District, Essex I15371
116 ENEVER, Irene May  8 May 1925West Ham District, Essex I26071
117 ENEVER, Jacqueline R   I17385
118 ENEVER, James A   I26070
119 ENEVER, James Joseph  1906West Ham District, Essex I15051
120 ENEVER, James M   I14770
121 ENEVER, Janet  30 Oct 1929West Ham District, Essex I17372
122 ENEVER, John   I21358
123 ENEVER, John Vernon   I17960
124 ENEVER, Joseph Ernest  21 Jun 1916West Ham District, Essex I12742
125 ENEVER, Joseph Thomas  25 Aug 1915West Ham District, Essex I32380
126 ENEVER, Kim F   I19708
127 ENEVER, Lesley A   I19709
128 ENEVER, Lilian Alice   I15377
129 ENEVER, Lily  5 Oct 1921West Ham District, Essex I17232
130 ENEVER, Martha  1891West Ham District, Essex I18461
131 ENEVER, Mary Ann Elizabeth  1902West Ham District, Essex I15047
132 ENEVER, Mary Ann Florence  4 Aug 1915West Ham District, Essex I17230
133 ENEVER, Maurice Sidney Arthur  15 May 1913West Ham District, Essex I16646
134 ENEVER, Pauline   I21354
135 ENEVER, Philip  1882West Ham District, Essex I15839
136 ENEVER, Raymond Frederick  1923West Ham District, Essex I25077
137 ENEVER, Robert Alfred  15 Feb 1920West Ham District, Essex I17486
138 ENEVER, Robert J   I23517
139 ENEVER, Robert W   I16657
140 ENEVER, Rosina  22 Jul 1921West Ham District, Essex I17368
141 ENEVER, Rosina May  1893West Ham District, Essex I18460
142 ENEVER, Sidney Edward  5 Aug 1914West Ham District, Essex I15350
143 ENEVER, Stanley C  19 May 1926West Ham District, Essex I25078
144 ENEVER, Stephen   I21356
145 ENEVER, Susan Ivy   I17384
146 ENEVER, Thomas Alan  11 Apr 1934West Ham District, Essex I17900
147 ENEVER, Tony Albert George   I21360
148 ENEVER, Valerie   I21355
149 ENEVER, Valerie Y   I15970
150 ENEVER, Violet Ethel   I15376
151 ENEVER, Walter  1919West Ham District, Essex I4156
152 ENEVER, Walter Robert  22 Dec 1919West Ham District, Essex I17231
153 ENEVER, William Arthur  1912West Ham District, Essex I15349
154 ENEVER, William Matthew Alfred  7 Jun 1917West Ham District, Essex I16588
155 ENEVER, William Robert  15 Aug 1886West Ham District, Essex I14834
156 ENEVER, William Robert  10 Jan 1917West Ham District, Essex I32381
157 ENEVER, William Ronald  11 Apr 1934West Ham District, Essex I17901
158 ENEVER, William Thomas  1917West Ham District, Essex I26069
159 ENGLEBACK, Daisy G   I18463
160 ENNEVER, Alfred Andrew  7 Jun 1916West Ham District, Essex I805
161 ENNEVER, Cyril Frederick  1 Aug 1920West Ham District, Essex I764
162 ENNEVER, Harry Andrew  21 May 1890West Ham District, Essex I84
163 ENNEVER, Janice Irene   I636
164 ENNEVER, Joan Doreen  21 Jun 1927West Ham District, Essex I843
165 ENNEVER, Leonard Reginald  11 Sep 1912West Ham District, Essex I631
166 ENNEVER, Ronald Leslie  15 Aug 1924West Ham District, Essex I842
167 FERRIER, Arthur John  1882/3West Ham District, Essex I7294
168 FERRIER, Arthur Reynold  1911/2West Ham District, Essex I4921
169 FERRIER, Edgar H  1913West Ham District, Essex I4922
170 FERRIER, George R C   I4925
171 FERRIER, Harry W  1915West Ham District, Essex I4924
172 FOREMAN, Albert L   I34255
173 FOREMAN, Beatrice Irene  11 Jul 1929West Ham District, Essex I34257
174 FOREMAN, Dorothy F   I34256
175 FOSS, David   I17952
176 FRANCIS, Charles Alfred   I5459
177 FRANCIS, Sheila Edith   I5460
178 FRANKLIN, Doreen Patricia   I27771
179 FRANKLIN, Kathleen Ivy  1914/5West Ham District, Essex I24196
180 GADSDON, Amy W   I24893
181 GADSDON, Arthur J J   I24891
182 GADSDON, Joan   I24894
183 GADSDON, William R   I24892
184 GIBBS, Albert W   I10511
185 GIBBS, Constance R N  1924West Ham District, Essex I5593
186 GIBBS, Ivy Lillian   I5241
187 GLEADELL, Mary I  1923West Ham District, Essex I17381
188 GOODEY, Bessie Sheila  16 Nov 1918West Ham District, Essex I32102
189 GOYMER, Desmond R T   I28036
190 GOYMER, Marjorie S  1912West Ham District, Essex I28026
191 GOYMER, Maurice F   I28037
192 GOYMER, Muriel E  1916West Ham District, Essex I28028
193 GOYMER, Sylvia A  1914West Ham District, Essex I28027
194 GROOM, Angela L   I24922
195 GROOM, David I   I24923
196 GROOM, Herbert R  1911West Ham District, Essex I23981
197 GROOM, John   I23950
198 GROOM, Karen T   I24924
199 GROOM, Kenneth S   I23985
200 GROOM, Michael Peter   I24921
201 GROOM, Pamela A   I24916
202 GROOM, Robert E   I23986
203 GROOM, Sylvia A   I24919
204 GROOM, Thomas W  1919West Ham District, Essex I23983
205 GROOM, Wilfred D  1914West Ham District, Essex I23982
206 GROVER, Edward H   I15161
207 GROVER, Margaret B   I15159
208 GROVER, Marjorie J   I15160
209 GROVER, Robert A W   I15158
210 GROVER, Sylvia R   I15162
211 HALLEY, Donald E  1923West Ham District, Essex I12758
212 HAMMANT, Joyce E D   I23341
213 HASKELL, Ada D   I33919
214 HASKELL, Annie Irene  Abt Sep 1911West Ham District, Essex I33918
215 HASKELL, Elsie Rosina  1910West Ham District, Essex I33917
216 HEAFORD, Geoffrey Roy   I9646
217 HINTON, John E   I13776
218 HOBBS-HURRELL, Charles Henry  1905/6West Ham District, Essex I18984
219 HOGG, Anthony John   I2633
220 HOGG, Living   I2634
221 HOGG, Living   I2635
222 HOLMES, Eileen Sarah  23 Dec 1914West Ham District, Essex I21198
223 HOOPER, Ada Louise  20 Aug 1915West Ham District, Essex I6379
224 HOPKINS, Leslie J   I5295
225 HOSLER, Lilian E C   I8372
226 HOUSE, Edward Charles  28 Mar 1893West Ham District, Essex I13973
227 HUBBARD, George Francis  1869West Ham District, Essex I34200
228 HUDSON, Gladys E   I24060
229 HUNT, Charles Henry  1916West Ham District, Essex I17377
230 HUNT, Frederick Joseph  19 Dec 1919West Ham District, Essex I17378
231 HUNT, George Stephen  1912West Ham District, Essex I17379
232 HUNT, Susan Celia  1913/4West Ham District, Essex I17380
233 HURRELL, Karen F   I24353
234 HUTCHINSON, Rosemary   I17579
235 HUTCHINSON, Ruth Rosina   I17578
236 INCE, Elizabeth Veronica   I7407
237 INCE, Ellen M  1931West Ham District, Essex I7406
238 INCE, John James  11 May 1929West Ham District, Essex I7404
239 INCE, Minnie Margaret   I7399
240 INCE, Phyllis Florence   I7410
241 JAMIESON, Sandra   I31490
242 JEFFERY, Daphne P   I18031
243 JOHNSTON, Frank W  1913/4West Ham District, Essex I32620
244 JOHNSTON, Lilian E  1916West Ham District, Essex I32621
245 KEELEY, Joan   I17550
246 KELLY, Elizabeth A   I33032
247 KELLY, James   I33018
248 KELLY, Mary Ann  4 Sep 1913West Ham District, Essex I14936
249 KELLY, Thomas  1916West Ham District, Essex I33019
250 KERRY, Walter A   I5242

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Died

Matches 1 to 88 of 88

   Last name, First name(s)    Died    Person ID 
1 ASH, Edna Blanche  1913West Ham District, Essex I24996
2 ASH, Leslie John Rowland  1932/3West Ham District, Essex I24994
3 BINDER, Henri Alexander  1909West Ham District, Essex I19821
4 BOLLONS, Walter  1897West Ham District, Essex I14582
5 BOWLES, Emma Elizabeth  1918West Ham District, Essex I897
6 BURGESS, May Nellie  1901West Ham District, Essex I20455
7 CLINKER, Richard  1893West Ham District, Essex I6737
8 CREBBIN, Gwendolen Elizabeth  1901West Ham District, Essex I18973
9 CREBBIN, Phyllis  1904West Ham District, Essex I20371
10 DARLING, Ernest Edward  1907West Ham District, Essex I14612
11 DARLING, Nellie Florence  1905West Ham District, Essex I14611
12 DEEKS, Cyril James Vaughan  1965West Ham District, Essex I27863
13 DURRANT, Robert William  1899West Ham District, Essex I30635
14 DURRANT, William Charles  1893West Ham District, Essex I30638
15 ELSOM, Ada Amelia  1896West Ham District, Essex I12997
16 ENEVER, Aaron  1902West Ham District, Essex I14849
17 ENEVER, Alice Celia Victoria  1904West Ham District, Essex I15042
18 ENEVER, Alice Louisa  1893West Ham District, Essex I14831
19 ENEVER, Ernest Edwin  1918West Ham District, Essex I15348
20 ENEVER, Francis Alexander  1909West Ham District, Essex I15353
21 ENEVER, George  Feb 1900West Ham District, Essex I14572
22 ENEVER, George Henry  1911West Ham District, Essex I14365
23 ENEVER, Harry Herbert  1918West Ham District, Essex I15374
24 ENEVER, Henry Joseph  1925West Ham District, Essex I14789
25 ENEVER, John  1870West Ham District, Essex I14524
26 ENEVER, John  1900West Ham District, Essex I14292
27 ENEVER, Lilian Louise  1917West Ham District, Essex I16647
28 ENEVER, Violet Lilian Grace  1901West Ham District, Essex I14422
29 ENEVER, Walter  1919West Ham District, Essex I4156
30 ENEVER, William Arthur  1912West Ham District, Essex I15349
31 ENEVER, William Robert  1888West Ham District, Essex I14834
32 ENIFER, Horace Edward  1955West Ham District, Essex I14847
33 ENNEVER, Ada Rosalie  22 Jun 1919West Ham District, Essex I109
34 ENNEVER, Daisy May Victoria  Abt Nov 1899West Ham District, Essex I1942
35 ENNEVER, Elsie Edith  1903West Ham District, Essex I2172
36 ENNEVER, Emily May  1924West Ham District, Essex I841
37 ENNEVER, Ernest Alfred Frederick  1906West Ham District, Essex I2169
38 ENNEVER, Grace  2 Apr 1961West Ham District, Essex I327
39 ENNEVER, Henry  31 Oct 1929West Ham District, Essex I58
40 ENNEVER, James Robert  1880West Ham District, Essex I2249
41 ENNEVER, Samuel  1878/9West Ham District, Essex I12934
42 ENNEVER, Samuel Forster  1870West Ham District, Essex I1225
43 EVERATT, Ralph  1931West Ham District, Essex I17878
44 FERRIER, Arthur John  1883West Ham District, Essex I7294
45 FERRIER, Edgar H  1913West Ham District, Essex I4922
46 FLEXON, Susannah  1937West Ham District, Essex I83
47 FORSTER, Caroline Mary Ann  1900West Ham District, Essex I48
48 GIBBS, Martin  1905West Ham District, Essex I1426
49 GIBBS, William Lear  1933West Ham District, Essex I771
50 GREEN, John  1864West Ham District, Essex I2783
51 HALL, Sarah  1892West Ham District, Essex I14417
52 HALLIDAY, Dorothy  1918West Ham District, Essex I33434
53 HART, Constance Amy  1934West Ham District, Essex I30821
54 HELMORE, Gertrude Francis  1892West Ham District, Essex I6031
55 HORSHAM, Emily  1899West Ham District, Essex I30640
56 HORT, Minnie  1898West Ham District, Essex I21028
57 INCE, Ellen M  1931West Ham District, Essex I7406
58 KERR, Beatrice Mary  1891West Ham District, Essex I24010
59 KLINKER, John Frederick  18 Aug 1933West Ham District, Essex I6734
60 LAPIDGE, Elizabeth Jane  1904West Ham District, Essex I7135
61 LEE, Mary Anne  1892West Ham District, Essex I14357
62 LEVI, Frances Hannah  1904West Ham District, Essex I5068
63 LITTLE, Gladys Amelia  Abt Jul 1926West Ham District, Essex I25075
64 MAPP, Alice  1899West Ham District, Essex I5443
65 MAPP, Charles Higgins  27 Mar 1930West Ham District, Essex I3893
66 MAPP, Martha Kenzett  1904West Ham District, Essex I5445
67 MAPP, Robert Elliott  1924West Ham District, Essex I5446
68 MARSACK, George Richardson  1885/6West Ham District, Essex I3848
69 MEHRTENS, Charlotte Elizabeth  1905West Ham District, Essex I2177
70 OADLEY, Withen  1929West Ham District, Essex I14846
71 PAPE, Mary Ann Elizabeth  1921West Ham District, Essex I14468
72 PATTEN, Lydia Maria  1939West Ham District, Essex I5737
73 PINEGER, Edith Jane  17 Feb 1931West Ham District, Essex I3894
74 POLLARD, Harriet Dorothy  1922West Ham District, Essex I454
75 PORTER, Jessie Ann Ellen  1888West Ham District, Essex I17005
76 POWELL, Sarah Anna  1931West Ham District, Essex I17362
77 RICHARDS, Frederick A  1919West Ham District, Essex I20108
78 SAVEALL, Lucy  1931West Ham District, Essex I12812
79 SPORTON, Henry James  1958West Ham District, Essex I755
80 TADMAN, Ann (Ada)  11 Feb 1932West Ham District, Essex I6482
81 TROTT, George  1901West Ham District, Essex I21025
82 TROTT, Robert  1898West Ham District, Essex I20995
83 TROTT, Sarah Ann  1888West Ham District, Essex I21020
84 TROTT, William Henry  1857West Ham District, Essex I20997
85 VINER, Sarah Wilder  6 Jun 1934West Ham District, Essex I103
86 WHITBREAD, Hannah  1927West Ham District, Essex I11594
87 WICKHAM, Sarah R  1915West Ham District, Essex I5074
88 WRIGHT, Jessie Maria  1891West Ham District, Essex I19942

Married

Matches 1 to 217 of 217

   Family (spouse)    Married    Family ID 
1 ADRIEN / HAWKES  1920West Ham District, Essex F10469
2 ALDRIDGE / THOROUGHGOOD  1891West Ham District, Essex F7354
3 ANDREWS / MAPP  1912West Ham District, Essex F1508
4 ASH / LEWIS  1928West Ham District, Essex F7900
5 AUSTIN / POMPHRETT  1889West Ham District, Essex F766
6 BALDASSARI / INCE  1927West Ham District, Essex F2018
7 BANKS / ENEVER  1921West Ham District, Essex F10235
8 BANKS / ENEVER  1926West Ham District, Essex F6187
9 BANKS / SUTTON  1897West Ham District, Essex F11103
10 BARNARD / BURKS   F9980
11 BARNARD / PHILLIPS  1914West Ham District, Essex F5897
12 BARRETT / PUNT  1914West Ham District, Essex F5156
13 BARTON / BARNARD  1917West Ham District, Essex F9794
14 BINES / HART  1932West Ham District, Essex F9858
15 BLACKHOLLY / SMITH  1919West Ham District, Essex F7776
16 BODDY / ENEVER  1886West Ham District, Essex F4269
17 BROWN / MELDRUM  1914West Ham District, Essex F1791
18 BRUNDISH / ENEVER  1893West Ham District, Essex F4690
19 BRYANT / ENEVER  1905West Ham District, Essex F4587
20 BUNTING / BROWN  1914West Ham District, Essex F8845
21 BURGESS / ENEVER  1854West Ham District, Essex F6262
22 BURGESS / MOSS  1889West Ham District, Essex F6309
23 BURGESS / ROBERTS  1915West Ham District, Essex F9508
24 BUTLER / HOLMES  1899West Ham District, Essex F6533
25 CARRINGTON / ROWE  1923West Ham District, Essex F7929
26 CATTERMOLE / ENEVER  1898West Ham District, Essex F4582
27 CHALLIS / BARNARD  1892West Ham District, Essex F5891
28 CHALLIS / SKINGSLEY  1914West Ham District, Essex F7744
29 CHANDLER / ENEVER  1894West Ham District, Essex F4246
30 CHAPMAN / BRINER  1879West Ham District, Essex F2310
31 CHAPMAN / ROGERS  1878West Ham District, Essex F1496
32 CHAPMAN / STATHAM  1919West Ham District, Essex F6186
33 CLANCEY / CHEESEWRIGHT  1906West Ham District, Essex F9053
34 CLAUSON / WEDGE   F1447
35 CLINKER / YARRELL  29 Aug 1915West Ham District, Essex F1877
36 COLE / CHALLIS   F7745
37 CORNWELL / INCE   F2069
38 COSTELLO / RUNDLE  1930West Ham District, Essex F3657
39 DARLING / ENEVER  1904West Ham District, Essex F4316
40 DAY / GILL  1929West Ham District, Essex F11302
41 DEEKS / ROSS  1913West Ham District, Essex F8912
42 DICKINS / BISHOP  1907West Ham District, Essex F6391
43 DINSDALE / NIGHTINGALE  1914West Ham District, Essex F5102
44 DRAYCOTT / KIDD   F5408
45 DUSGATE / SUCH  1919West Ham District, Essex F2840
46 EDKINS / BISHOP  1908West Ham District, Essex F6390
47 EDWARDS / ENEVER   F5426
48 ENEVER / AGER  23 May 1933West Ham District, Essex F7329
49 ENEVER / BERGER  1925West Ham District, Essex F4950
50 ENEVER / BISHOP  1898West Ham District, Essex F4491
51 ENEVER / BRAZIER  1931West Ham District, Essex F4769
52 ENEVER / BROWN  1934West Ham District, Essex F5603
53 ENEVER / BUTLER   F4378
54 ENEVER / CHARLTON  1938West Ham District, Essex F5281
55 ENEVER / DONAGHY  1896West Ham District, Essex F4262
56 ENEVER / FLORENCE  1908West Ham District, Essex F4314
57 ENEVER / FULLER   F4906
58 ENEVER / GERARD   F10231
59 ENEVER / HALL  1884West Ham District, Essex F4261
60 ENEVER / HANNAFORD  1937West Ham District, Essex F6447
61 ENEVER / HARRISON  1899West Ham District, Essex F4472
62 ENEVER / MATTHEWS  1906West Ham District, Essex F4473
63 ENEVER / MIDLANE  1912West Ham District, Essex F737
64 ENEVER / MILLIGAN  1944West Ham District, Essex F11052
65 ENEVER / MORGAN  1906West Ham District, Essex F4581
66 ENEVER / MOTT   F5422
67 ENEVER / OADLEY  1897West Ham District, Essex F4403
68 ENEVER / OVERHEAD  1894West Ham District, Essex F4247
69 ENEVER / PAPE  1892West Ham District, Essex F4273
70 ENEVER / POTT  1939West Ham District, Essex F6045
71 ENEVER / RENWICK  1904West Ham District, Essex F7557
72 ENEVER / ROBINSON  1900West Ham District, Essex F4264
73 ENEVER / ROERIG  1953West Ham District, Essex F5411
74 ENEVER / SAYERS  Abt Nov 1939West Ham District, Essex F11061
75 ENEVER / SCAIFE  1889West Ham District, Essex F4271
76 ENEVER / SEWELL  1917West Ham District, Essex F6149
77 ENEVER / SMITH  1916West Ham District, Essex F4948
78 ENEVER / STATHAM  1909West Ham District, Essex F4254
79 ENEVER / STITCHMAN   F5261
80 ENEVER / THOMAS  1901West Ham District, Essex F4304
81 ENEVER / WILLIAMS   F4770
82 ENEVER / WOODHOUSE  1914West Ham District, Essex F4963
83 ENEVER / WRIGHT  1936West Ham District, Essex F7391
84 ENGLEBACK / ENEVER  1918West Ham District, Essex F5608
85 ENIFER / LAKE  1921West Ham District, Essex F5205
86 ENNEVER / MAPP  1915West Ham District, Essex F243
87 ENNEVER / MARSACK  1925West Ham District, Essex F167
88 ENNEVER / NAYLOR   F192
89 ENNEVER / STANLEY  1939West Ham District, Essex F194
90 FERRIER / MAPP  1911West Ham District, Essex F1384
91 FINCH / TROTT  1885West Ham District, Essex F6506
92 FLEXON / HOGG  1895West Ham District, Essex F619
93 FORD / MOORE   F10951
94 FOSS / ENEVER   F5423
95 FRANCIS / ENEVER   F6451
96 FRANCIS / MAPP  1929West Ham District, Essex F1514
97 FRANKLIN / ENEVER  1900West Ham District, Essex F7567
98 GADSDON / JACKSON  1920West Ham District, Essex F7865
99 GARDINER / GERARD   F11059
100 GARDINER / JOHNSON  1885West Ham District, Essex F6500
101 GATLAND / FOREMAN   F11101
102 GAY / TROTT  1895West Ham District, Essex F6508
103 GERARD / MORGAN  1920West Ham District, Essex F11060
104 GIBBS / COX  1908West Ham District, Essex F8481
105 GODWARD / CHALLIS  1923West Ham District, Essex F7730
106 GRANT / TURNER  1885West Ham District, Essex F9021
107 GRAVES / ENNEVER  1930West Ham District, Essex F2382
108 GRIFFITHS / ENEVER  1910West Ham District, Essex F4961
109 GROOM / ENEVER  6 Nov 1905West Ham District, Essex F4962
110 GROOM / PARKER   F7870
111 GROOM / SHEARER  1929West Ham District, Essex F7546
112 GROUT / BRISTOW  1876West Ham District, Essex F6080
113 GROVER / ENEVER  1917West Ham District, Essex F4407
114 HALL / LUKE  1905West Ham District, Essex F4406
115 HALLEY / ENEVER  1920West Ham District, Essex F3733
116 HALLIDAY / PATTEN  1895West Ham District, Essex F10806
117 HANNAWAY / BAYLISS   F874
118 HARVEY / OAKLEY  1892West Ham District, Essex F6082
119 HEAFORD / PUGH  1930West Ham District, Essex F2780
120 HELMORE / PICKARD  1889West Ham District, Essex F1669
121 HIGGINS / WILDEY  1894West Ham District, Essex F10257
122 HILL / ENEVER   F5424
123 HINTON / THOMPSON  1905West Ham District, Essex F4036
124 HOGG / MASON   F803
125 HOSLER / MAPP  1915West Ham District, Essex F1510
126 HOWETT / HUNT  1927West Ham District, Essex F8825
127 HUDSON / EDWARDS  1914West Ham District, Essex F7572
128 HUMPHREY / ENEVER  1890West Ham District, Essex F4272
129 HUNT / WICKS  1934West Ham District, Essex F8826
130 HUTCHINSON / PRIOR  1898West Ham District, Essex F7837
131 JOHNSON / TROTT  1874West Ham District, Essex F6498
132 KEEVES / BISHOP  1901West Ham District, Essex F6389
133 KERRY / LEEDER  1881West Ham District, Essex F1087
134 KIDD / BUTTON   F5409
135 KIDD / ENEVER  1936West Ham District, Essex F5280
136 KING / SMITH  1934West Ham District, Essex F5842
137 KLINKER / VARNEY  1910West Ham District, Essex F1911
138 LOGAN / SMITH  1933West Ham District, Essex F5840
139 LOHSE / HAYDEN  1921West Ham District, Essex F9993
140 LOW / ALLARS  1919West Ham District, Essex F1501
141 MALLETT / CLANCEY  1913West Ham District, Essex F9109
142 MARKHAM / HUNT  1928West Ham District, Essex F8827
143 MARSACK / ROBINSON  1899West Ham District, Essex F188
144 MARSH / DONOVAN  1890West Ham District, Essex F7406
145 MCCLUSKEY / ENEVER  1920West Ham District, Essex F10930
146 MEYER / GROVER   F4616
147 MIDLANE / BASSON  1901West Ham District, Essex F1422
148 MIDLANE / SPRINGALL  1905West Ham District, Essex F1415
149 MIDLANE / SPRINGALL  1910West Ham District, Essex F1414
150 MILLS / INCE   F2070
151 MILLS / NUN  1895West Ham District, Essex F11072
152 MORGAN / CHALLIS   F7771
153 NUNNERY / PERRY  1905West Ham District, Essex F5836
154 PAINE / GOYMER  1900West Ham District, Essex F8884
155 PERRY / SCALES  1890West Ham District, Essex F9853
156 PETCHEY / SARGEANT  1934West Ham District, Essex F6230
157 PHILLIPS / ENEVER  1920West Ham District, Essex F10233
158 PLUMMER / HALL  1932West Ham District, Essex F10419
159 PORTER / BRAND  1898West Ham District, Essex F5085
160 POTT / KNIGHT  1906West Ham District, Essex F6046
161 PRACY / TICKNER  1898West Ham District, Essex F6146
162 PUGH / HOOPER  1941West Ham District, Essex F772
163 PURKISS / OXLEY  1910West Ham District, Essex F4311
164 RANCE / KLINKER  1912West Ham District, Essex F1878
165 REAVELL / EXELL  9 Jul 1910West Ham District, Essex F2028
166 REDDALL / WILLIAMS  1900West Ham District, Essex F6640
167 REDGEWELL / HALLEY-FRAME  1904West Ham District, Essex F2040
168 RICHARDS / ENEVER  1917West Ham District, Essex F6185
169 RYAN / MIDLANE  1910West Ham District, Essex F1420
170 SADLER / SAXON  1914West Ham District, Essex F11055
171 SAUNDERS / ENEVER  1898West Ham District, Essex F6307
172 SAVILLE / BARNARD  1888West Ham District, Essex F5895
173 SAYERS / MAIDEN  1911West Ham District, Essex F11062
174 SCOTT / ANDREWS  1924West Ham District, Essex F8515
175 SCOTT / JOHNSON  1898West Ham District, Essex F6501
176 SCOTT / REEVE  1929West Ham District, Essex F9364
177 SEARL / PRACEY  1915West Ham District, Essex F387
178 SEWELL / WOODFORD  1936West Ham District, Essex F8386
179 SHIRLEY / BARNARD  1929West Ham District, Essex F9796
180 SKINGSLEY / BROWN  1893West Ham District, Essex F7769
181 SMERDON / HORT  1890West Ham District, Essex F6494
182 SMERDON / STOTHARD  1915West Ham District, Essex F6497
183 SMERDON / TROTT  1874West Ham District, Essex F6493
184 SMITH / ENEVER  1931West Ham District, Essex F5345
185 SMITH / NUNNERY  1949West Ham District, Essex F5838
186 SORENSON / KELLY   F10661
187 SORRELL / BURGESS  1919West Ham District, Essex F9517
188 STAINES / UNKNOWN  1906West Ham District, Essex F4173
189 STRAIGHT / FOREMAN   F11102
190 SUCH / GATWARD  1890West Ham District, Essex F2386
191 THOMPSON / ALDRIDGE  1913West Ham District, Essex F6518
192 THOMPSON / WILKS  1910West Ham District, Essex F6512
193 THREADWELL / INCE   F2066
194 TODD / PUXLEY  1882West Ham District, Essex F3714
195 TRANTER / MIDLANE  1898West Ham District, Essex F1419
196 TROTT / JARVIS  1879West Ham District, Essex F6505
197 TROTT / SMITHURST  1880West Ham District, Essex F6502
198 VARNEY / BLOOMFIELD  1895West Ham District, Essex F1913
199 WAGER / MAPP  1909West Ham District, Essex F1509
200 WAKEFIELD / BARNARD  1889West Ham District, Essex F7733
201 WALLEDGE / OLNEY  1882West Ham District, Essex F1799
202 WARD / SMITH   F5841
203 WARE / HOSLER   F3464
204 WARREN / GAY  1923West Ham District, Essex F9341
205 WEBBER / FURLONG  1888West Ham District, Essex F5768
206 WEBBER / SMITH  1894West Ham District, Essex F8028
207 WEEKS / COMMONS  1913West Ham District, Essex F2612
208 WHITE / GREEN  1895West Ham District, Essex F9019
209 WILLIAMS / COLLINS  1884West Ham District, Essex F97
210 WILLMORE / STAINES  1913West Ham District, Essex F3337
211 WISE / PIDDINGTON  1907West Ham District, Essex F10491
212 WOLF / ENEVER  1933West Ham District, Essex F5994
213 WOOLF / ENEVER  1925West Ham District, Essex F5602
214 WRIGHT / TROTT  1902West Ham District, Essex F6507
215 WYATT / ENEVER   F5207
216 WYATT / FORDHAM  1895West Ham District, Essex F6642
217 WYGOLD / CLAUSSEN  1914West Ham District, Essex F1453
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