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Re: wardles 1800 onwards in London area
Posted by: Helen Sills (ID *****3800) Date: January 27, 2003 at 11:04:06
In Reply to: Re: wardles 1800 onwards in London area by Robert Wardle of 267

I have some Wardles living in Willesden(?), Middlesex on the 1901 census: Frederick Wardle, wife, Annie, and children Florence, Alfred, Arthur, Ellen, Annie, Frederick and Jessie. The father, Frederick, was the brother of the artist, Arthur Wardle.
On the 1901 census, Arthur Wardle, wife, Sarah E., and son, Arthur C., were living in St. Marylebone(?), London.

Please contact me if you know anything about these families. The two brothers were born in St. Pancras ca. 1860.

You may contact me directly.


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