I was searching for a Chrome extension to make notes, specifically of genealogy-related websites that I’d come across that week. Every Friday I read other bloggers accounts of the stuff they’ve found, but can’t be bothered to track back through my bookmarks to record mine. I’ve got Tomboy of course, but I was thinking more … Continue reading
I’ve added a new page for William Samuel St John on the main website.
Born 1885, married Walter Frederick Golesworthy 1905, died 1969, worked as a seamstress.
This wonderful photo from a relative of my husband. He’s my husband’s great-grandfather, William Samuel St John. I had found him in the 1861 census as a boy in Devon, and in the 1881 census as a waiter in an in near Bishopsgate in London, but this certainly isn’t a waiters uniform. Finally found him … Continue reading
The wedding of Frederick Arthur Golesworthy to Ada Dearing in 1932 in Hackney, London. From left to right: Bridesmaid (unknown), Charles Leonard Reuby, Frederick Arthur Golesworthy, Ada May Dearing, possibly the bride’s father, Lilian May Golesworthy. The child is unknown. Fred died only ten years later, when his ship HMS Arethusa was torpedoed escorting a convoy … Continue reading