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Recent Comments

  • Kevin Bell on History of Poplar East LondonMy Grandad and family drank in the 'Abbey' the Aberfeldy Tavern for many years - some might say he had shares in it lol.... I remember being taken to the pub and occasionally the chip shop you mention as a child.... although more often we would go to 'Wally reardons
  • MARIE HOLMES on History of Canning Town East LondonMy fatherinlaws harry holmes lived with his parents and three brother s three sisters doris rose maud during the bombing they lived agate street
  • Albert Smith on History of Canning Town East LondonPerhaps I should add that I was born in Chard Street which was located in what we used to call Old Canning Town, an area that was destroyed by incendiary bombing early in the war and,as far as I am aware, has remained an industrial site till this day. But
  • Albert Smith on History of Canning Town East LondonI was born in 1932 Charles, and I went to the Queens many times as a schoolboy. I used to help a local greengrocer with his Saturday morning horse and cart round and my payment was a trip to the Queens in the evening. And I loved it.
  • Brian Miles on History of The East London CockneyThe actual address is 1, Bow Lane which is on Cheapside St Mary-le-Bow Historic Church St Mary-le-Bow St Mary-le-Bow is a historic church rebuilt after the Great Fire of 1666 by Sir Christopher Wren in the City of London on the main east–west thoroughfare, Cheapside. According to tradition a true
  • Maxine on Brick Lane History, East LondonTrying to find out some information about a fishmongers on 8-10 Brick Lane in the 1880's owned by a Jewish man named George Rush.
  • Cathie on History of Poplar East LondonI just recently became interested of Poplar because of the television show Call the Midwife and an upcoming visit to London. What a small world to hear about Poplar Street in Chicago. I live in Chicago and was excited to hear about the connection to the street and the town
  • Martha Holmes on History of The Prospect of Whitby in WappingHello I believe my great x 4 grandfather arrived on The Prospect sometime between 1761 and 1776 from his birthplace of Bridlington. I have records to show that he was married in London in 1776 and lived for the rest of his life in Clerkenwell. He was born in 1750
  • DAVID NIGHTINGALE on History of Tower Hamlets Cemetery ParkVery interesting, a good friend of mine is researching the history of this cemetery I would welcome any emails regarding the research that you have done so far. Thank You, Dr David Nightingale
  • Michelle Holgarth on History of Poplar East LondonMy great grandad ran a fish and chip shop at 90 Aberfeldy Street, his name was George Tucker.
  • Peter on Second World War Bombing Raid South Hallsville SchoolI have just found this article and shown it to my mother who is nearly 96. She remembers having her first hairdo at Stan's when she was 14 and went many times. She also thought that the Terrells had other businesses involving second hand comics and children's bicycles
  • David Pickles on History of Canning Town East LondonHi Lisa, My name is David Pickles, I was born in Stratford in 1955 (Queen Mary's Hospital), and lived in Plaistow (Falcon St) until 1989. I remember someone called Elaine Bruns who went to either Grange Rd school and/or Ravenscroft and wondered whether she was a relative of yours too,
  • Kathy on History of Canning Town East LondonPeggy leggy steps was on the other side of the road from Mansfield buildings
  • Terry Clark on World War 2 and East LondonJanet I have looked on street name change database and still have no Caley, Cayley or such. Good luck in finding it. https://www.maps.thehunthouse.com/Streets/Old_to_New_London_Street_Name_Changes.htm
  • Terry Clark on World War 2 and East LondonJanet I have searched name change records (sample attached) and can’t find that name anywhere. Good luck with your quest. https://www.maps.thehunthouse.com/Streets/Old_to_New_London_Street_Name_Changes.htm

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