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Looking for Grandmother Chrissie Rosina WOOLNER

Looking for Grandmother Chrissie Rosina WOOLNER

Posted: 3 Nov 2003 12:21PM GMT
Classification: Birth
Edited: 18 Mar 2011 4:27PM GMT
Surnames: WOOLNER
I am looking for my Grandmother - CHRISSIE ROSINA WOOLNER - born circa 1895 - 1905 - married Joseph Harry Allwright in 1920 in Islington London.

Re: LOOKING FOR MY GRANDMOTHER

Posted: 4 Nov 2003 2:17AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 27 Dec 2004 10:36PM GMT
The 1901 census lists a Crissie Woolner, age 4, living in Willesden, Middx.

You can access this info at:

www.census.pro.gov.uk

In order to see more details, you will have to pay a small fee.

Hope this helps.

Re: LOOKING FOR MY GRANDMOTHER

Posted: 4 Nov 2003 5:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 May 2004 10:57PM GMT
Hi Christine
Found a Crissie Woolner with her family on the 1901 Census.

Administration District: Middlesex
Civil Parish: Willesden

Henry WOOLNER - Head - Age: 33 - b: Suffolk Beccles - Occupation: Fawlocker
Emily WOOLNER - Wife - Age: 30 - b: Sussex Brighton
Maud WOOLNER - Daug - Age: 7 - b: Sussex Brighton
Crissie WOOLNER - Daug - Age: 4 - b: Scotland Edinboro

Hope it helps
Regards
Tania

Re: LOOKING FOR MY GRANDMOTHER

laraine bastick (View posts)
Posted: 9 Nov 2003 8:19PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 18 Mar 2011 4:28PM GMT
Surnames: bastick
christine
are you actually a BASTICK in birth or just married to a BASTICK. This message is not regarding your grandmother as such, just wondered how related we are. please reply
laraine.

Re: LOOKING FOR MY GRANDMOTHER

laraine bastick (View posts)
Posted: 9 Nov 2003 8:26PM GMT
Classification: Query
think i gave you wrong email address

Re: LOOKING FOR MY GRANDMOTHER

Posted: 10 Nov 2003 12:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Nov 2003 9:44AM GMT
Hi Laraine

Thanks for your email.

I was actually married to a BASTICK and am not one by birth.

Where do you come from? If it is near where my Husbands family comes from you could be related and I will gladly forward your details on to him.

Re: LOOKING FOR MY GRANDMOTHER

laraine bastick (View posts)
Posted: 11 Nov 2003 5:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
hi christine
my family tree is as follows......all from bethnal green
my father is john bastick born 1926 married joan cushway
my grandfather was john sidney bastick born 1896, wed annie. and he had brothers, joe,alfred,fred,albert(nicknamed curly.), george,thomas,robert. and sisters, clara jane, florence, annie mary,beatrice.
joe was a policeman who married kath tyley
alfred killed in first war
albert married grace
george died of t.b. from war
thomas died t.b
robert (bob) moved to bradford yorkshire in the 1920's
my great grandmother was jane dickinson and great grandfather thomas william.
i have lots more info but would be very interested to know the parents names of your husband etc., even if he is not from the same line as me.
hope to hear from you soon
laraine.

BASTICK FAMILY

Posted: 12 Nov 2003 1:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Nov 2003 9:44AM GMT
Hi Laraine
I have passed your details on because my Husbands family came from Bethnal Green. His Father was Tom Bastick who had one sister and one brother. Not sure of any other info but will try and found out.
TTFN
Christine

Re: BASTICK FAMILY

laraine bastick (View posts)
Posted: 12 Nov 2003 7:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
christine
thanks for email. i was wondering what was your husbands first name? i have got a lot of bastick info and names and dates etc., you said his father was called tom.
i have written to various Basticks over the past two years or so and i may have already contacted your husbands family, but cant be sure. thats why i was wondering what his first name was.
also i have alot of marriages of basticks listed so would you be able to tell me when you both were married, the year etc., and also your maiden name when you wed your ex.
hope you dont mind me asking all this but i may be able to see where your husband fits in with the family tree etc as i have got a lot of info already, births, marriages and deaths.
thanks christine.
laraine chamberlain (my married name)

Re: LOOKING FOR MY GRANDMOTHER

Posted: 23 Nov 2003 5:19PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bastick
Hi Laraine,

You seem to have a lot of information about the British Bastick clan, I wonder if you know anything about the Irish Basticks? My great great great grandfather Peter Bastick left Ireland in 1850 for America, but I have not been able to find any other info about his family in Ireland. As I understand it these are 2 separate branches, but with such an uncommon name, they must have been related somewhere along the line. Any info you have would be appreciated. Thanks.

Patricia Bastick
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