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1 The Chalkley family
I am doing a family tree on the CHALKLEY FAMILY. If any one can help please do so by e-mailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org
2 The Tyler family
This is a photo of my Great Auntie Nell’s family. She is in the middle of the seated row. She had married Albert Tyler around 1900.
Second from the left in the back row is her son-in-law Denis Turner, with his wife Elsie (nee Tyler) sitting in front of him, third from the left. This is the family we saw most of when we were children.
I think Connie is fourth from the left, next to Great Aunt Nell, and I think Annie (who married Jim Dines) is the third from the right in the middle row.
Can anyone help identify the others in this photo?
3. The Pocock family
Brian Pocock asks if there are any descendants in the area.
“My ancestors came from Harpenden. Samuel Pocock and Elizabeth Pocock (nee Lovett) had 9 children three of who came to Australia. Hannah Pocock was the first 1837 on the ‘Harley’ (linked to George Gregory) Her brother John followed in 1839 on the ‘Ganges’. We have letters from two siblings, Emma Pocock (unmarried) and Ann Cooper. I am looking for living relatives in Hertfordshire.”
4. George and Mary Gregory
Lorraine Fullerton asks:
“I am attempting to follow the footsteps of my Great Grandfather. George Gregory and his wife, Mary, who came from Harpenden to South Australia on the ship ‘Hartley’ arriving at Kangaroo Island, South Australia in 1837. I am enquiring about the area that my Great Grandfather came from, as he was listed on the passenger list of the ship as a “Gardener from Harpenden”. I gather that it may have been a grain-growing region of England. I am planning in the future to visit your area.