Category Archives: Londors

Londors locations

In the angle formed by the A406 North Circular Road and the A12 Eastern Avenue, to the north of Redbridge and Gants Hill stations, is a district of unremarkable pre-war suburban streets typical of the expanding sprawl of outer east … Continue reading

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The first marriage of John Londors (1786 – 1876)

In a recent post I reported that I’d found a record in the Essex Archives of the marriage of my great great great grandparents, John Londors and Mary Ann Schofield, which took place at St. Margaret’s church, Barking, on 31 … Continue reading

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Edith Londors (b. 1861) and Albert Londors (b. 1866)

For the sake of completeness, I’m writing in this post about two more of the children of my great-great-grandfather John Schofield Londors, even though I have limited information about them. Edith Londors was born in Barking, Essex, in the last … Continue reading

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Naomi Emma Londors (b.1870)

In my last post, I mentioned that in 1901 Elizabeth Beale, daughter of Thomas Beale and Alice Beale (nee Londors), was a visitor in the Hampstead home of George and Naomi Huggett. Naomi was born Naomi Emma Londors in Barking … Continue reading

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Alice Mary Ann Londors (b. 1959)

Following on from my last post, in this post I’ll be summarising what we know about another of the children of my great-great-grandfather John Schofield Londors – Alice Mary Ann. Alice Mary Ann Londors was born in Barking in the … Continue reading

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Alma Londors (1855 – 1925)

Continuing with my account of the children of my great-great-grandfather, John Schofield Londors, in this post I’ll record what I know about the life of his second daughter, Alma. Alma Londors, daughter of John and his wife Sarah Ann, was … Continue reading

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The spelling of the ‘Londors’ surname

Following on from my last post, in which I wrote about the supposed first appearance of the spelling ‘Londors’ – in the record of the 1792 marriage, in Spitalfields, between John Londors and Sarah Reeves: In this post, I thought … Continue reading

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