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Re: Frosticks in London 1800s
Posted by: Ann Price Date: January 16, 2002 at 11:04:40
In Reply to: Frosticks in London 1800s by Pam Frostick of 26

Hi Pam, thanks for the info re: John Frostick born June 1853 in Camberwell.

I am not sure if this is one of my relatives or not, however will keep the information for further reference.

I do have some John Frostick's further back in the line, my gggrandfather had two diferent sons named John, I believe the first one died as an infant, not sure about the second one. Also his father was a John Frostick who lived in the city of London, and had a son named John. I've just not tracked them all down yet, have many details still missing.

I believe you are the one who gave me the info. about William Henry Frostick, the barge builder, living in Camberwell. I wonder if there is not some connection between your William who lived there, and my William.
When my William married Jane Kingsbury, her father was a greengrocer who also lived on Nelson St. the same street your William lived on, and he was a grocer. Maybe cousins or something?

Anyway, thanks for the info.

Ann


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