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101 (Research):Qunicy directory
1909-1910 Oswald; Charles A, shmkr b 271 Water St; William, stonecutter b 67 Phipps: 1912 Oswald; Charles A, shoemaker b 271 Water St
1932; Oswald A Charles (Alice B) abrasives mfg. h 7 Bedford 4489R phone
1939; Oswald Alice B Mrs. h 70 White
1940; Oswald Alice B Mrs. h 70 White WQ last year in directory 
Oswald, William (I201)
 
102 (Research):Residence not listed; Enlisted on 5/13/1862 as a Private. On 5/13/1862 he mustered into "K" Co. GA 34th Infantry (date and method of discharge not given) He was listed as: * POW 7/4/1863 Vicksburg, MS * Paroled 7/8/1863 Vicksburg, MS (No further record) Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.: - Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865 (c) Historical Data Systems, Inc. @ www.civilwardata.com  Hyatt, Joseph (I349)
 
103 (Research):Scotland. Commissariot (St. Andrews) (Main Author), Register of testaments index, Commissariot of St. Andrews : 1801-1823, (Edinburgh : Filmed by the Scottish Record Office, 1959) FHL BRITISH Film 231259 Item 2
Made search of this index and found no Auchterlonie's in St. Andrews 
Auchterlonie, Alexander (I237)
 
104 (Research):Service of Heirs book 1830-1839 Kinnear - William Weaver, Dundee, to his Grandfather William Auchterlonie, Mason, Abbotshall - Heir of Prov. Genl. - 24 Sept 1834
This reference refers to a William Auchterlonie who had recently died who was a mason in Abbotshall. A burial reference in the Abbotshall parish register reads: Feb 12 1832, William Lonie in the middle grave of his property. Is this the same man. The above reference refers to a grandfather, so we know that he was an old man. William was born in 1752. So he would have been 80 years old.
To prove conclusively it will be necessary to follow William Kinnear foward through the census years of 1841 and 1851. It is hoped that he lived beyond 1855 so a death certificate can be obtained that will verify his parentage.
William Kinnear's relationship could be from the second marriage of William Auchterlonie. The parish register of Kirkcaldy reads: 1 May 1803 William Auchterlonie, Mason, Widower of Abbotshall Parish son of the late David Auchterlonie, Mason in the Links of Abbotshall and Agnes Robertson of this parish, Daughter of the late John Robertson, labourer in the parish of Kilrenny, married the 13th thereof. No reference is made of Agnes being a widow
William Auchterlonie had two daugthers that are known of Christian and Margaret. There are no recorded children in the parish register from 1790 till 1800 when Isabel Robertson died. The parish register in 1800 reads: Jan 19 William Auchterlonys wife was buried in the south grave of his fathers stone.
William Kinnear could not be over the age of 30.

Burials recorded in the Abbotshall parish register that may pertain to this family
Sept 11 William Auchterionys child was buried in the North grave of their burring place 1789
July 22 William Auchterlonys child was buried on the north grave of their stone 1790
April 14 William Auchterlonys child was buried in the north grave of their stone 1792
Jan 19 William Auchterlonys Wife was buried in the south grave of his fathers stone 1800
Feb 28 William Auchterlonie Child, 2 feet north and west from George Rodgers headstone 1804
Feb 12 William Lonie in the middle grave of his property 1832
Jan 3 William Ouchterlonies Widow in the North Grave of their property 5 feet deep 1836 
Auchterlonie, William (I236)
 
105 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1360)
 
106 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1363)
 
107 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1358)
 
108 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1356)
 
109 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1357)
 
110 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1362)
 
111 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1355)
 
112 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1359)
 
113 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1361)
 
114 (Research):Survivors Wallace G Clark of Ephraim; 1989 Clark, Wallace G (I1367)
 
115 (Research):Survivors include one daughter, Howard V Clark of Salt Lake City; 1989 Clark, Howard V (I1366)
 
116 (Research):Survivors include one daughter, J. Merrill Clark of Spanish Fork; 1989 Clark, James Merrill (I1365)
 
117 (Research):Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Lynn (Noreen Evans of Hatch; 1989 Clark, Noreen (I1364)
 
118 (Research):The first documents found for James Oswald indicate the following: He was born in Scotland. He was a stonemason. His father was Robert Oswald who was a stone mason. The 1871 census record indicates that he was born in Kirkcaldy, Scotland in 1824. No record specificly records his mothers name. There is but one family in Kirkcaldy, Abbotshall area that fits the descriptionl. Robert Oswald, stone mason husband to Isabella Auchterlonie. They had a son named James in 1823 in Abbotshall. Soon after his birth the family moved to Kirkcaldy. The 1851 census he is recorded in offers further evidence. He lives next to a James Auchterlonie, who it appears would be his cousin. Further evidence of his mothers name come from how he named his children. The first daughter was named Jane. Jane was his wifes mother. The second daughter was Ann Isabella. His first son was named Robert. He named his children by the Scottish naming pattern which clearly shows that the first names of his parents were Robert and Ann Isabella Oswald, James (I413)
 
119 (Research):The Guntersville Advertiser and Democrat, (Guntersville, Alabama). No mention of her death can be found in the newspaper June 1936 Hyatt, Nancy Ann Luella (I340)
 
120 (Research):The Guntersville Advertiser and Democrat, (Guntersville, Alabama). No mention of her death can be found in the newspaper March-April 1937 Briscoe, Frances (I776)
 
121 (Research):The Guntersville Advertiser and Democrat, (Guntersville, Alabama). No mention of her death can be found in the newspaper March-April 1937 Briscoe, Frances (I185)
 
122 (Research):The Guntersville Advertiser and Democrat, (Guntersville, Alabama). No mention of his death can be found in the newspaper April 1933 Hyatt, William Martin (I330)
 
123 (Research):The Guntersville Advertiser and Democrat, (Guntersville, Alabama). No mention of his death can be found in the newspaper Dec 1935

Cullman County, (Alabama)Judge of Probate, Marriages 1877-1951 index 1977-1940; filmed by GSU 1975, 1995; FHL film 1031058. There is no record of Joseph marrying in 1926 in Cullman County 
Hyatt, Joseph Woodard (I329)
 
124 (Research):There were two children born around 1800 that bore the name Susan Huggett Huggett, Susan (I230)
 
125 (Research):Turner Of Florida
Entries: 7689 Updated: Tue Sep 24 05:15:27 2002 Contact: Dale Turner


ID: I100113241 Name: Francis Patterson HILL Given Name: Francis Patterson Surname: Hill Sex: M Birth: 18 Nov 1845 in Fayette County, Ga 1 2 Death: 22 Aug 1913 in Bell County, Texas 1 2 Note:
[Turner.FTW]
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Frank P. Hill moved with his parents to Alabama about 1850. He served in
the civil war under Gen. Forrest and was at the battle of Chickamanga.
He came from Randolph County, Alabama in a caravan of Hill families to
Cass County, Texas, 1870, moving his family in a covered wagon. The
family consisted of his wife, Rachel and three children, the youngest
being a three week old son, William. During the winter of 1873-4, this
Hill family moved to Bell County, Texas and located near Cedar Creek,
Northeast of Belton. The Witt families had preceeded them to Bell
County, coming also from Alabama. By early 1875, the family had moved
nearer the northern edge of the county and settled on the Vanderpool
farm. Here, they lived until about 1884, four children having been born
there. In 1883-84, F. P. Hill bought 200 acre black land cotton farm 3
1/2 miles southwest of the town of Moody, on the edge of Bell County.
Three children were born on this farm. Here is where he lived the
remainder of his life. He was public spirited, and a leader in the
community. He was a Baptist.


Father: Ivy HILL b: 6 Nov 1810 in Fayette County, Ga
Mother: Lucy JONES b: 3 Jun 1813 in Jasper County, Ga

Marriage 1 Martha Ann Rachel WITT b: 5 Nov 1846 in Calhoun County, Alabama
Married: 2 Nov 1865 1 2
Children
Belzora HILL b: 23 Feb 1880 in Bell County, Texas
James Francis HILL b: 15 Dec 1866 in Randolph County, Alabama (Now Cleburne Cty)
Rachel Hazeltine HILL b: 22 Nov 1868 in Randolph County, Alabama
William Floyd HILL b: 10 Nov 1870 in Randolph County, Alabama
Lucy Isabel HILL b: 26 Dec 1872 in Cass County, Texas
Emmett HILL b: 10 Feb 1875 in Bell County, Texas
Joseph Abner HILL b: 29 Oct 1877 in Bell County, Texas
Alice A. HILL b: 10 May 1883 in Bell County, Texas
Melcena HILL b: 25 Aug 1885 in Bell County, Texas
Mary Talluleh HILL b: 25 Aug 1885 in Bell County, Texas
Joicy Elizabeth HILL b: 11 Sep 1890 in Bell County, Texas

Sources:

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Repository:

Title: Turner.FTW
Repository:
Contact: Dana Thomas ID: I19512 Name: Francis Patterson HILL Sex: M Birth: 18 NOV 1845 in , Fayette, Georgia Death: 22 AUG 1913 in Temple, Bell Co., TX Burial: 23 AUG 1913 Old Cemetery, Mclannan, TX LDS Baptism: 9 JAN 1928 Temple: SLAKE Endowment: 25 APR 1928 Temple: SLAKE Sealing Child: 7 JUN 1928 Temple: SLAKE Reference Number: 19992DT


[thornton1953.FTW] [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #1953, Date of Import: Oct 17, 2000] Buried northeast of Moody, Texas in old Perry Cemetery (McLennan County) Frank P. Hill moved with his parents to Eastern Alabama about 1850. He served in the Civil War under General Forest and was at the battle of Chickamauga. He came from Randolph County, Alabama in a caravan of Hill families to Cass County, Texas in 1870, moving his family in a covered wagon. The family consisted of his wife Rachel, and three children - the youngest being the three week old son, William. During the winter of 1873-74 this Hill family moved to Bell County, Texas and located near Cedar Creek, northeast of Belton. The Witt families had preceeded them to Bell County, coming also from Alabama. By early 1875 the family had moved nearer the northern edge of the County, and settled on the Vanderpool Farm. Here they lived until about 1884, four children having been born here. In 1883-84, he bought 200 acre black land cotton farm 3 1/2 miles southeast of town of Moody, Texas onthe edge of Bell County. Three children born on this farm. Here is where he lived the remainder of his life. He was public spirited and a leader in the Community. He was a Baptist. He died an accidental death. 
Hill, Francis Patterson (I404)
 
126 (Research):Wills of Archdeaconry of suffolk
Philip Scoging of Coddenham; 1821 241/20
Philip Scoging of Coddenham; 1837 257/42
William Scoging of Coddenham; 1846 266/61
Thomas Scoging of Coddenham; 1836 256/80
Fenn Scoggins of Ipswich; 1831 251/54 Unknown relationship
Consistory Court of Norwich
James Scogging the elder of Coddenham S., gamekeeper 1837 
Scoging, Philip (I8)
 
127 (Research):Wills of Archdeaconry of suffolk
Philip Scoging of Coddenham; 1821 241/20
Philip Scoging of Coddenham; 1837 257/42
William Scoging of Coddenham; 1846 266/61
Thomas Scoging of Coddenham; 1836 256/80
Fenn Scoggins of Ipswich; 1831 251/54 Unknown relationship
Consistory Court of Norwich
James Scogging the elder of Coddenham S., gamekeeper 1837 FHL BRITISH Film 1545352 
Scoggin, Philip (I39)
 
128 (Research):Wills of Archdeaconry of suffolk
Philip Scoging of Coddenham; 1821 241/20 age 94
Philip Scoging of Coddenham; 1837 257/42
William Scoging of Coddenham; 1846 266/61
Thomas Scoging of Coddenham; 1836 256/80
Fenn Scoggins of Ipswich; 1831 251/54 Unknown relationship
Consistory Court of Norwich
James Scogging the elder of Coddenham S., gamekeeper 1837 FHL BRITISH Film 1545352 
Scoging, James (I40)
 
129 (Research):Wills of Archdeaconry of suffolk
Philip Scoging of Coddenham; 1821 241/20
Philip Scoging of Coddenham; 1837 257/42
William Scoging of Coddenham; 1846 266/61
Thomas Scoging of Coddenham; 1836 256/80
Fenn Scoggins of Ipswich; 1831 251/54 Unknown relationship
Consistory Court of Norwich
James Scogging the elder of Coddenham S., gamekeeper 1837 FHL BRITISH Film 1545352

THOMAS HAWKES to SARAH SCOGGINS
Marriage:
20 JAN 1828 Saint Luke Old Street, Finsbury, London, England 
Scoggin, Philip (I14)
 
130 .....my friends Frederick Ransom of Ipswich and Stephen James Exall.....neice Emma Dillon of Ipswich aforesaid the wife or widow of Edward Dillon late of London, cabinet maker who left England for Australia some years ago and has not been heard of since, my nephew Richard Davey of Mistley in the County of Essex mariner and present housekeeper, Harriett Cross, spinister..... lastly - my grand nephew Edward commonly called Edward Dillon shall be considered a legitimate son....and the residue to be equally divided between my neice Emma Dillon and Nephew Richard Davey.... Davey, John (I5213)
 
131 ....I give to my Daughter Elizabeth Wolham Ten Shillings And all the rest Residue and Remainder of my Estate and Substance whatsoever and wheresoever my Will is shall be equally divided between my Daughters Rachael the Wife of Charles Mortimer and Hannah The Wife of James Lambert or their legal representative share and share alike And I do nominate and appoint William Whincopp of Bredfield in the said County Gentleman sole Executor of this my Will....  Flory, William (I2997)
 
132 ...about a dozen families wintered at Rockville the winter of 1862-1863...
Beginning down the street at the bottom of town on the south side of the street where Dewey Hirsehi now lives, Mr. Newman, a miller by trade, lived. Next came Edward Frodsham, William Scroggins, from England, John C. Hall, a very learned man, liked to read and write, was literary inclined. Then came George Sta- pels, Albert Huber, Edward Huber, Thomas Hall, James McFate, Jacob Terry, then came the school house. Mr. Coon lived on the Hirsehi place. Bottom of town again, Samuel Kenner came next, Henry Jennings, W. H. Carpenter, Hyrum Strong, Hen- ry Stocks, Moroni Stocks, William Ashton, William Crawford, John Langston, Dan- iel Q. Den-nett, who was a fifer in the Nauvoo Illinoiii in the Mormon Battalion, Thom- as Flanigan and James Greene.... 
Scogings, William Bye (I190)
 
133 ...Thy will be done / In loving memory of / Robert Flory who died August 6th 1887 aged 69 years / also of Fanny Flory widow of the above who died May 6th 1890 aged 74 years / In loving memory of / Emmie Flory their daughter who died June 23rd 1887 aged 30 years / also of May Newport their granddaughter who died July 20th 1883 aged 2 months /  Flory, Robert (I3247)
 
134 ...Thy will be done / In loving memory of / Robert Flory who died August 6th 1887 aged 69 years / also of Fanny Flory widow of the above who died May 6th 1890 aged 74 years / In loving memory of / Emmie Flory their daughter who died June 23rd 1887 aged 30 years / also of May Newport their granddaughter who died July 20th 1883 aged 2 months /  Harris, Fanny (I3461)
 
135 1. Name Millicent Hannah SCOGGINS Date 21 Feb 1892 Aged 17 Place Brothertoft Description St Gilbert Denomination Anglican County code LIN
familyhistoryonline.net 
Scoggins, Millicent Anna (I1582)
 
136 11 May. The Will with two Codicils of William Barker late of Ipswich in the County of Suffolk Gentleman who died 25 April 1876 at Ipswich was proved at Ipswich by William Howes Howes of Curtain road in the parish of Shoreditch in the County of Middlesex Looking Glass Manufacturer the Nephew and Hasell Rodwell Gentleman and Ross Christopherson Auctioneer both of Ipswich the Executors. Effects under L1,500 Barker, William (I5227)
 
137 12 June: Stephen Marjoram late of Debach in the County of Suffolk Wheelwright deceased who died 26 January 1862 at Debach aforesaid was proved at Ipswich by the oath of Lucy Marjoram of Debach aforesaid Widow the Relict the sole Executrix. Effects under £100 Marjoram, Richard (I5266)
 
138 12 September; The Will of Laura Booth late of Hope Villa Hindman's - road East Dulwich in the County of Surrey Spinster who died 24 August 1885 at Hope Villa was proved at the Principal Registry by William Reay of Waverley Parchmore road New Thornton Heath in the said County Commercial Clerk and Rosina Booth of Waverly Spinster the Executors. Booth, Laura (I5319)
 
139 17 May; The Will of Lydia Booth late of 17 Arthur street Old- Kent road in the county of Surrey Widow who died 4 July 1877 at 17 Arthur street was proved at the Principal Registry by Laura Booth of Beulah Lodge New Thornton Heath in the said County Spinster the Daughter the sole Executrix. Personal Estate under L800 Resworn June 1880 under L100 Flory, Lydia (I5181)
 
140 1778 Mar 3 Jonathan Flory of Clopton + Eliz. Smyth minor Family F901
 
141 1803 Saturday last died on board the Discovery Bomb in the Downs Mr James Flory, Captains Steward Flory, James (I4532)
 
142 1814/04/29 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1815/11/24 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1818/04/04 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1820/01/19 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1822/10/22 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel1829/12/03 Of 18, Wood's Buildings, Whitechapel Road - or was this the Philips family - as per the court record1841/06/06 Aged 45 (47?), of Pearl Place, Whitechapel Road, Mile End Old Town - HO107/712 Bk.15 f.45 p.201851/03/31 Aged 57, of 3 Catherine Street, St Anne's Limehouse, London - HO107/1554 f.71 p.61861/??/?? Aged (67?) of ? - RG9/?? f.?? p.?? - No sign in census1871/??/?? Aged (77?) of ? - RG10/?? f.?? p.?? - No sign in census
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Burns, Mary Ann (I13106)
 
143 1814/04/29 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1815/11/24 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1818/04/04 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1820/01/19 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1822/10/22 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel1829/12/03 Of 18, Wood's Buildings, Whitechapel Road - or was this the Philips family - as per the court record1841/06/06 Manservant of Dover Street, London - HO107/734 Bk.2 f.27 p.49 "William Scoggins"

Possible marriage
SEP 1848 II 57 BETHNAL G.
to one of:

Eliza Etherton
Ann Holman
Elizabeth Mary Keeves
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Scogings, William (I13107)
 
144 1814/04/29 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1815/11/24 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1818/04/04 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1820/01/19 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1822/10/22 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1829/12/03 Of 18, Wood's Buildings, Whitechapel Road - or was this the Philips family - as per the court record.
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Scogings, Richard (I13105)
 
145 1815/11/24 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1818/04/04 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1820/01/19 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1822/10/22 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel1829/12/03 Of 18, Wood's Buildings, Whitechapel Road - or was this the Philips family - as per the court record
1829/12/03
EDWARD PHILLIPS, JOHN SCROGGINS, theft : simple grand larceny.
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t18291203-93
Trial Summary:

* Crime(s): theft : simple grand larceny,
* Punishment Type: transportation, (Punishment details may be provided at the end of the trial.)
* Verdict: Guilty, Guilty,
* Other trials on 03 Dec 1829
* Name search for: EDWARD PHILLIPS, JOHN SCROGGINS,
* Crime Location: Whitechapel-road
* Associated Records...

Original Text:
92. EDWARD PHILLIPS and JOHN SCROGGINS were indicted for stealing, on the 30th of October, 5 handkerchiefs, value 14s. , the goods of George Trotter .
THEODORE KIRBY . I am in the service of George Trotter, a linen-draper, of Whitechapel-road. On the 30th of October, about half-past eight o'clock in the morning, the two prisoners came into our shop; I had seen them before, and concealed myself at the end of the shop, to watch them - they asked for silk handkerchiefs, and were shewn several pieces; I saw Phillips take a piece containing five handkerchiefs from under a piece which they were looking at - as he attempted to put it into his pocket they came unfolded - they were shewn several pieces afterwards, and when they were going out I came down, and took the handkerchiefs from Phillips; they were in his hand, which was down by the side of the counter - when I went to take him he said, "There are some down here;" they had been in the shop full half an hour - it was full a quarter of an hour after Phillips took the handkerchiefs; Scroggins was nearest to the shop door - he could see what Phillips was doing; they were both looking at the handkerchiefs.

Cross-examined by MR. LEE.
Q. Who else was in the shop?A. Only my shopman; no other customers - the shop is perhaps a dozen yards long; I saw no other boy in the shop - when I took hold of Phillips, Scroggins ran away; I do not know which asked the price.

WILLIAM ASHFORD .I am an officer. I went to the shop, and took Phillips into custody; I took Scroggins nearly three hours afterwards - these handkerchiefs were given me by Mr. Trotter.

Phillips' Defence.I was going to get a place - a lad named Beaumont overtook me, and said he was going to buy a handkerchief; I went with him, and one piece fell off the counter - I took it in my hand, and was going to give it to them.
ANN BROWN . On the 30th of October I saw Scroggins at home at a quarter-past nine o'clock in the morning, and from that to twenty minutes after; I lodge in the same house with his father, and have lodged there twelve months.

COURT.
Q.Where does his father and mother live?A.At No. 18, Wood's-buildings, Whitechapel-road; he had not been out that morning, he had been at home - he went out about twenty minutes after nine; he had been before that cleaning his shoes in the kitchen - he got up at near eight o'clock, to the best of my recollection; it was near ten o'clock when I went out - this is about a quarter of a mile from Mr. Trotter's; I do not know that I ever saw Phillips.

THEODORE KIRBY .I am quite sure Scroggins was one of the boys - I had seen him before passing the house; they did not buy any thing.

WILLIAM ASHFORD .
When I took them one had 22s., and the other had something.

PHILLIPS - GUILTY . Aged 14.
SCROGGINS - GUILTY . Aged 14.
Transported for Seven Years .

Van Diemen's Land
Norfolk Island
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Scogings, John (I13108)
 
146 1818/04/04 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1820/01/19 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1822/10/22 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel1829/12/03 Of 18, Wood's Buildings, Whitechapel Road - or was this the Philips family - as per the court record1841/06/06 Possibly Aged 23 of 6 Orford Street, Chelsea - HO107/687 Bk.8 f.17 p.26 with daughter Fanny aged 11months
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Scogings, Mary Ann (I13109)
 
147 1820/01/19 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel
1822/10/22 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel1829/12/03 Of 18, Wood's Buildings, Whitechapel Road - or was this the Philips family - as per the court record1841/06/06 Aged 20 (21?), of Pearl Place, Whitechapel Road, Mile End Old Town - HO107/712 Bk.15 f.45 p.20 (near modern day Redman's Road, Hannibal Road, off Mile End Road)
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Scogings, Eliza (I13110)
 
148 1822/10/22 Of Gower's Walk, Whitechapel 1829/12/03 Of 18, Wood's Buildings, Whitechapel Road - or was this the Philips family - as per the court record1841/06/06 Male servant, aged 15 (18?) of Communal Road, Mile End Old Town, Stepney, Middlesex - HO107/712 Bk.14 f.23 p.39 (Scroggins)1851/03/30 Griller of iron journeyman, aged 28, of 3 Willis Street, Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex - HO107/1555 f.362 p.10
1861/??/??1871/??/?? Labourer, aged 48, of 79 Walker Street, Bromley St Leonard, London - RG10/574 f.161 p.351881/04/03 Engine Fitter, aged 58, of 79 Walker Street, Bromley St Leonard, Poplar, London - RG11/0499 f.119 p.131891/??/?? Iron ship fitter, aged 64, of 79 Brabazon Street, Bromley St Leonard, London - RG12/323 f.125 p.14
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Scogings, Richard (I13075)
 
149 1841/06/06 General dealer, aged 55, of Pearl Place, Whitechapel Road, Mile End Old Town - HO107/712 Bk.15 f.45 p.20 (near modern day Redman's Road, Hannibal Road, off Mile End Road) Family F4661
 
150 1841/06/06 no obvious entry 1851/03/30 Aged 29, of 3 Willis Street, Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex - HO107/1555 f.362 p.10
1861/??/??1871/??/?? Aged 49, of 79 Walker Street, Bromley St Leonard, London - RG10/574 f.161 p.351881/04/03 Aged 59, of 79 Walker Street, Bromley St Leonard, Poplar, London - RG11/0499 f.119 p.131891/??/?? Aged 69, of 79 Brabazon Street, Bromley St Leonard, London - RG12/323 f.125 p.14
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Moore, Unity (I13076)
 

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