Category Archives: Londors

James Londors (1843 – 1926)

This post concludes my account of the lives of the children of my 3 x great grandparents, John and Mary Ann Londors of Barking. In previous posts, I’ve reported what I know about my 2 x great grandfather John Schofield … Continue reading

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Mary Ann Londors (1840 -1931)

Continuing with my account of the children of John and Mary Ann Londors (my 3 x great grandparents on my mother’s side), in this post I’ll be setting down what we know about their daughter Mary Ann, who was the … Continue reading

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William Londors (1837 – 1899)

In this post I’m continuing my account of the children of John and Mary Ann Londors (my 3 x great grandparents on my mother’s side) by writing about their fourth child William. I’d like to acknowledge the contribution of Jenny … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Londors (1833 – )

I’m continuing my overview of the children of John and Mary Ann Londors (my 3 x great grandparents) with their daughter Elizabeth. In doing so, I need to acknowledge my indebtedness to Rita March, who is a descendant of Elizabeth’s, … Continue reading

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The children of John and Mary Ann Londors

In the last post I wrote about my great great grandfather, Barking farm labourer John Schofield Londors (1827 – 1915), son of John Londors and Mary Ann Schofield. Continuing with my plan to set down everything I’ve discovered about the … Continue reading

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John Schofield Londors (1827 – 1915)

In the previous post, I wrote about my 3 x great grandfather, Barking farm labourer John Londors. In this post, I plan to summarise everything I know about his eldest son, my 2 x great grandfather, John Schofield Londors. John … Continue reading

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John Londors (1786 – 1876)

I’ve been revisiting my Londors ancestors (my mother was born Joyce Alma Londors, daughter of George John Londors). In the last-but-one post I wrote about the likely connections between the Londors, Schofield and Orgar families, while some time ago I … Continue reading

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