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Saturday, 1 April 2017

References A2Z Day_1 Challenge Letter_A

1870 – 1878 257 St Georges Road, St. George, Camberwell, Surrey, England

  • England, birth certificate for Martha Sarah Ellis, born 31 December 1870; citing 1d/741/303, First quarter 1871, Camberwell registration district, St. George Camberwell in the County of  Surrey sub-district; General Register Office, Southport.
  • England, birth certificate for Kate Ellen Ellis, born 12 June 1872; citing 1d/721/191, September quarter 1872, Camberwell registration district, St George Camberwell in the County of Surrey sub-district; General Register Office, Southport.
  • England, birth certificate for Charles Ellis, born 23 January 1874; citing 1d/795/472, March quarter 1874, Camberwell registration district, St George Camberwell in the County of Surrey sub-district; General Register Office, Southport
  • England, birth certificate for Walter Ellis, born 8 October 1875; citing 1d/790/328, December quarter 1875, Camberwell registration district, St George Camberwell in the County of Surrey sub-district; General Register Office, Southport.
  • England, birth certificate for Frederick Ellis, born 3 December 1876; citing 1d/87/331, December quarter 1877, Camberwell registration district, St George, Camberwell in the County of Surrey sub-district; General Register Office, Southport.
  • 1871 census of England, London, Surrey, Enumeration District : 19 - St George Road, Camberwell, London, England, folio 130, page 47, Alec Lee head of household; digital images, brightsolid online publishing ltdFindmypast (www.findmypast.com : accessed 29 Jan 2017); citing PRO RG10/739. 
  • London Metropolitan Archives, "London, England, School Admissions and Discharges, 1840-1911," p. unpaginated, 1875, Enrolment for Martha Lee Admission Number 996, 29 August 1875, Gloucester Road School; digital images, Ancestry, "citing London, England, School Admissions and Discharges, 1840-1911 Reference Number: LCC/EO/DIV07/GLO/AD/001," Ancestry (www.Ancestry.com : accessed 30 Jan 2017).
  • ed. by E. R. Kelly. [1878], The Post Office Directory of Surrey (Volume note: 9th edition. The Surrey section from the 'Six Home Counties Directory' (pages 2041-2809). London: Kelly, 1878), Page 2124 Camberwell, Surrey.  Entry for Lee Alexander, Bootmaker, 257 St. George's Rd.

1878 -1887 245 St Georges Rd, Camberwell, Surrey, England

  • England and Wales, death certificate for Martha Lee, died 2 September 1880; citing 1d/.534/79, September quarter 1880, Camberwell registration district, St George Camberwell in the County of Surrey sub-district; General Register Office, Southport.
  • 1881 census of England, Camberwell, (Boot Shop) 245 St Georges Rd, Camberwell, London, England, folio 21, page 35, Household of Alfred Lee widowed bootmaker; digital images, Ancestry (www.Ancestry.com : accessed 30 Jan 2017); citing PRO RG 11/698. 
  • England, marriage certificate for Alfred Ellis and Mary Elizabeth Southgate, married 13 November 1883; citing 1d/1263/65, December quarter 1883, Camberwell registration district; General Register Office, Southport
  • England, birth certificate for Millie Elizabeth Ellis, born 24 Octber 1885; citing 1d/ 977 /49, December quarter 1885, Camberwell registration district, St George Camberwell in the Cournty of Surrey sub-district; General Register Office, Southport.
  • England, birth certificate for Hugh Alfred Ellis, born 8 July 1887; citing 1d/[1_]83/466, September quarter 1887, Camberwell registration district, Peckham in the County of Surrey sub-district; General Register Office, Southport.

1889 Martha emigrates to Australia




  • Shipping Records for the 'Nairnshire', Page 3 Passenger listing, 8 Oct 1889; Passenger and Crew Lists (State Records Office, Western Australia. [Copy of the original record provided via email by Tom Reynolds from the State Records Office of Western Australia on 8 February 2013

1 comment:

  1. Wow! You have done a lot of research. That is awesome! Blogging about it is a great way to let others in your family line connect with you. Maybe something I should think about doing...

    *Visiting from A-Z*

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