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Re: Thomas Ditch/Edward Ditch/Middlesex London 1830's
Posted by: Sheila Read (ID *****3780) Date: August 22, 2010 at 16:34:30
In Reply to: Re: Thomas Ditch/Edward Ditch/Middlesex London 1830's by Helen O'Mahoney of 21

Hello Helen,
Yes my GGG Grandfather was Thomas Ditch born 1794 who was married to Frances, I'm through the line of their son Edward William born 1835.
Does that mean that yourhusband is through the line of another son of Thomas and Frances which would be either Geoge born 1823 who married Catherine Chittell or Thomas born around 1830ish who married Sarah Agnes Silcott. Or is it through one of the daughters? I haven't done a huge amount on these other two male lines but do have some children for both of them.
Let me know which one and I can probably give you more information.
As you probably already know for the mid 1800's St Lukes Chelsea parish register are full of Ditch family , its just sometimes a little difficult tying the families together.
One common factor is that they all seemed to be around Lawrence Street, Danvers Street and Augusta court or the close surrounding areas. I have some photos (modern ones) which I took on a visit a couple of years ago these I can send you.
I also am keen to know more so any information you have would be gratefully received.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Best wishes
Sheila


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