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Crosse family history

Crosse family history

Alys (View posts)
Posted: 21 Jan 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: CROSSE, MASSEY CROSSE, CHAPMAN
Looking for descendants of VICTOR MASSEY CROSSE (Dental Surgeon)b.1856, London and his wife FLORENCE ANNIE.He died in Bristol in 1928
One child was CAROLINE MASSEY CROSSE b.approx.1882.m.HERBERT JOHN CHAPMAN in 1912, Lambeth, LONDON.Caroline was living in Thurnby, LEICESTERSHIRE at time of marriage. Witnesses at wedding were R.R.M. CROSSE and W.H. and L. BROOKES

Re: Crosse family history

Posted: 9 Dec 2002 9:09AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 2 May 2004 3:55AM GMT
Hi Alys,

In my family tree I have a Rachel ROSE who married a Samuel Victor CROSSE (known as Victor CROSSE), a dentist, in South Australia. This 'Victor' was the son of Samuel Massey CROSS, who was a descendant of an Edward CROSS (b1729 - d1765) who married Sarah MASSEY. Rachel and 'Victor' went to New Zealand in the 1870's/1880's, but I'm still trying to work out what became of them. Would love to hear from you - email me back at rebecca@selectricity.com. Thanks.

Re: Crosse family history

Posted: 19 Jan 2010 9:52AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi there,

I am trying to find information on a Florence Anketell nee Crosse. Also her husband, Charles.

Florence married Charles Anketell in 1883, New Zealand.

Florence & Charles had two children to my knowledge, their daughter was Pauline Margaret Isabella Anketell & their son was Augustus Felix Anketell.

I am uncertain if this her...

Florence Emily Anketell, died 1918. This Florence would have been born around 1851, and not in New Zealand, possibly married into the Anketell surname.

Any help here would be greatly appreciated.

Jenny

Re: Crosse family history

Posted: 13 Feb 2010 9:46AM GMT
Classification: Query
Ok, full name for Florence is..

Florence Emily Imelda Crosse.

Just found out in last two days Florence is daughter of Samuel Massey Crosse and Caroline Amelia Crosse nee Chevin.

I have very little info on Samuel and Caroline Crosse.

Any info would be appreciated.

Re: Crosse family history

Posted: 19 Feb 2010 12:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Jenny,

I am one of several people who have been compiling the ancestry of Samuel Massey Crosse who married Caroline Chevin. Your Florence is part of this story, but we did not know that she married. For more information please contact me as follows (but put the string together in one line).
Regards,
Rebecca

rmartin
(at)
selectricity
(dot)
com

Re: Crosse family history

Posted: 6 Apr 2010 2:44PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: MASSEY-CROSSE
I'm also interested in a MASSEY-CROSSE family in Bristol (England) but am getting nowhere fast with them.

My particular interest is Yvonne who was born in 1905, married in 1929 and died in 1959. I believe she may have been a sibling to Cecilia Gertrude (b 1908) and Samuel Victor (b 1911). Samuel married in Derbyshire (England) in 1941 and there is a son (still living) born to the marriage.

I've also found a Clement who was born in "North London" and, at the time he joined the Territorial Force in 1909, he was living in Whiteladies Road, Bristol (England). He was a dental student working for Mr MASSEY-CROSSE. He left the force in 1910 to emigrate to South Africa. More than that I don't know but there seems to be a very good chance he was the son of Victor MASSEY-CROSSE (b 1856, London).

Any help sorting out Yvonne's family would be much appreciated. I believe Victor may have been her grandfather especially as she had a son Victor.

charani.b (at) gmail (dot) com (please remove spaces and replace words with relevant symbols to reply direct)

Re: Crosse family history

Posted: 8 May 2010 7:28PM GMT
Classification: Query
So that's what happened to Florence.

No wonder I couldn't find her!! She's also added some given names.

She had a sister, Pauline, which is probably where she got the name for her own dau.

Florence's father was a Corn Miller and Merchant in 1851 but a Housing Manufacture in 1861.

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