Southern essex registry of deeds online


09-Feb-2016 06:41

Thank You I am looking into my family tree and have a Mark King Jeanes and his wife Amelia living in Henstridge in the following census 1891, 1901, 1911.

His occupation was gardener but I am not sure where.

I dare say that there are a few locals that should recognize themselves even after all these years.

Barry Hi Jane,good to hear from someone out of the past, my address is [email protected] you give me your email address I will gladly send you a copy of the photo in question.

I am compiling THE HERALDRY OF ELY CATHEDRAL and writing a short biography of the Bishop.

I'm aware of the Hobbs monument in the Church but I would love to know what sort of family the Hobbs were. Any ideas gratefully received,many thanks, Tim Cockerill Hi, you might be interested in the fact that my grandfather Albert Hobbs came from Henstridge and moved to Deal in Kent after WW2 with his brother and they both married twin sisters in Kingsdown, Kent.

I also remember the driver crawling out of the window of the upturned car.

However he must have been well thought of as he was presented with a chair "Presented to MARK JEANESIn Remembrance of Twenty Years FAITHFUL SERVICEJune 15th 1905"The only big house that I can find is Inwood House, does anybody have any records on who worked there?