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Re: Cocksedge Hakney/Barking
Posted by: Leonard Griffiths (ID *****3607) Date: September 14, 2012 at 03:59:46
In Reply to: Cocksedge Hakney/Barking by Sarah Holdstock of 66

Hi Sarah

Arthur Cocksedge (1868 Cockfield) is my third cousin twice removed. He married Kate Maria Vincent in St. Maryís Church, Balham, on the 23rd September 1894. They had eight children, Alice Maud (1895); Arthur James (1897); Cyril Vincent (1898); Elsie Kathleen (1900); Robert James (1902); Gladys Sarah (1903); John Bramwell (1906) & Winifred Mildred (1911).

I only discovered this branch of my family during the past month, but, as they lived in Hackney (where I was born) and I know the area, I have managed to take a few photos of the houses (that still remain) where they lived, including 18 Stevenís Avenue & 21 Brett Road. I had difficulty locating 9 Kenmure Avenue, but have since discovered that itís been renamed Gould Terrace, so on my next visit to Hackney, I shall try and obtain a photo of that as well.

If you are interested, I am more than happy to email a copy of these photos to you, and some for Holy Trinity Church in Dalston, where Alice Maud was Christened and St. Lukeís Church in Hackney, where Arthur, Cyril, Elsie, Robert and myself were christened?

Look forward to hearing from you.

Regards, Len.


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