Use the alphalist below to find any of the family surnames that have been emailed to us. Where more than one name has been provided for a particular entry it can be found under any of the given names. If you are able to respond to one of these searches for past relatives then use the email address after each entry.
I am trying to research my mothers family (Loomes) Her father was Frederick Loomes and they lived in Branden Road, between 1920 and 1929. It was a large family Doris, Edie,Rose, Leslie,Alf,Ron,Cyril and 2 of the sons (Fred junior and Ewen) married girls from the same street in the late 1920's. Fred junior won the first 'Wood Street walk; in 1922. Fred senior was part of a double act, Nickel & Silver That played at the Palace in the High Street and th Buxton Club. So if anyone has any information I would be glad to hear.
Gertrude LONGWORTH (b1880 Denton, Lancashire) [daughter of Sarah Ann HALL (c1856/58 Stockport,Cheshire) & John LONGWORTH b 1853 Denton,Lancs] married in1906 at Walthamstow Parish Church [St Marys?], Essex [London] to Fred KINDER b1876 Gee Cross, Cheshire. The 30 bachelor turner son of Hugh KINDER hatter; she 25 spinster dr of John LONGWORTH joiner; both residing at 41 Winchester Rd witnesses John LONGWORTH & Emily MATHERS. Would like to trace their descendants. Any KINDER in Walthamstow? IsWinchester Rd there? Is St Marys the C of E church there? Would be nice to have a photo of it on the site.
Kit Withers in NZ website
I am trying to trace the Ludkins family who ran a Coal Merchants in Walthamstow in the 1920 - 1940s. My Great Grandfather is John Herbert Ludkins and apparently had many brothers and sisters. Can you tell me the name of any local Historians, or local papers who may be able to help me trace my family. I have quite a lot of info but cant prove its the right family. Look forward to hearing from you.
Kara Dickerson email
Does anyone remember the Livermore family who had a shop in Hoe St. Walthamstow? My Aunty Loll (Laura) lived there with her husband and nine children. I think they were there for many years - certainly in 1937 when the family were growing up. I know they sold linens but think it was probably a general store. Would be interested to have any information about them.
Kathleen Ward. email
Researching my families background, I see that my fathers family were in Walthamstow. In the 1901 census, the LOTT family were in Black Horse Lane, in the 1881 census they were at Higham Hill Farm. I notice the name Higham is significant in the area, but I presume that Higham Farm has long been buried by housing. It seem likely they were also in the area at the intervening census, i.e. 1891, but I have no details as yet. I would be interested to know where this farm was located and what is built upon it.
Alan, Brixham, Devon email
Hi from Australia. I am trying to find an relatives with the surname of LUTENER. My father Herbert Ernest Kitchener Lutener was born on 15th May, 1916 at 46 Winns Avenue, Walthamstow. His mothers name Alice Beatrice Lutener nee Martin. Fathers name Ernest Lutener. My father has passed away in 1982 in Australia, and I have very little information. I am his daughter. If anybody has any information could they please email me Thank you
Margaret Lutener email
My husband's grandparents were married at St Mary's Church, Walthamstow in 1896. Albert Seaton LUNN had been born 1872c at Streatham in Essex but lived with his grandparents in Dogmersfield in Hampshire after his father died when he was about 10 years old. Edith Lucy CLARKE was born 16Dec1875 at Back of Castle, Parish of Walthamstow - the daughter of William CLARKE and Amelia SAPSFORD. In the 1881 Census, William and Amelia and their seven chidlren lived at 13 Payze & Gatehouse Cottages in the parish of St Peter in Walthamstow. The family continued to live in the Walthamstow/Woodford area for many years. William and Amelia's children were Amelia Selina, William J, George, Jessey, Marian, Albert and Edith Lucy - born between 1852 and 1875. Albert and Edith moved from Walthamstow soon after their marriage, living at Godalming, Wickam and Dover before leaving for Australia in 1912 and 1913. My husband and I visited Walthamstow in 1999 but did not have all this information at that time. We have a copy of Edith's birth and death certificates and the church copy of her marriage to Albert Seaton Lunn. Would love to contact any descendants of the CLARKE/LUNN or SAPSFORD families in your area. Do the addresses I have from the certificates still exist? Hoping to be able to further my research with your help Regards
Vicki Smith, Geelong, Victoria, Australia email
I am looking for information about my family that lived in Walthamstow......My grandfather, Thomas Albert Charles Lovell had a number of brothers all living in the area, would appreciate any help.
Geoff Lovell. Crawley, Sussex. email
I am searching for information about my husband's grandfather, Charles Rollo Lester. He was shown on the Electoral Registers @ 12 Clifford Road, Walthamstow from 1934 to 1953-Polling District East, District: Hale End. He was shown with Esther Lester, presumably his 2nd wife. She was shown on this register until 1966. Charles R.Lester and his 1st wife (Ruth Shepherd Harrison) came to Canada in early 1900. She was born Feb.21,1883 in Hartlepool, Durham, England.They had 2 daughters, Ruth Tranmere Lester (born Mar.01,1912) and Roma Shepherd Lester (born May 25,1914) both born in Vancouver,B.C. Canada. I have not been able to find their marriage in England or Canada. But I know that Charles returned to England and his wife stayed here and remarried. I am looking for information about his marriage to Esther and if possible the date of his birth, death and where he is buried. I would also like to have information about Esther's date of birth, date of death,etc. Thank you.
Joyce Andersen,Burnaby,B.C.,Canada email
I am working on my family tree, and would appreciate any information on these families, who lived in Walthamstom in the first part of 1900.
My grandparents (Daniel Joseph & Eliza Ellen neé Stacey) lived if the Ballard Almshouses (Maynard Rd), and later my grandmother moved into the Squires Almshouses.
My Aunt Nellie Kate Quinn (neé Lee) lived in (31?) Bacontree Avenue, with her sister Lily.
Enid May Counsell married my uncle Albert Edward Quinn, I believe they had a son called David in 1936.
Lastly, I've come across a Mr. L. Little, who lived (in 1935) at 354, Hoe Street and was also connected with the family.
Any - no matter how small - piece of information shall be accepted with gratitude. Thanks.
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