Category Archives: Londors

The Londors family in the second half of the 19th century

Following on from the previous post: At the time of the 1861 census, John and Mary Ann Londors seem to be living at the same address they occupied ten years earlier, since Benjamin Brett Hatton, whose house is now described … Continue reading

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The Londors family in the first half of the 19th century

My mother, Joyce Alma Robb nee Londors (born 1933), is the daughter of George John Londors (1896 – 1960) and Minnie Louisa Roe (1902 – 1987). Here’s a rather poor reproduction of a photograph taken at my grandparents’ wedding in … Continue reading

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1911 census: the Londors family

In 1911 George John Londors, my mother’s father, was 14 years old and living with his parents at 1 Victoria Terrace, Barking. His father, also George, was 47 and was employed as a gravedigger at the City of London Cemetery … Continue reading

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Cousins reunited thanks to this blog

My mother, Joyce Alma Londors (born in East Ham, 1933) is the daughter of George John Londors (1897-1960) and Minnie Louisa Roe (1902-1987). George John Londors was the son of another George Londors (born in Barkingside, 1864) and Sarah Young … Continue reading

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Four generations of the Londors family

Tracing the Londors family – the ancestors of my grandfather George John Londors, born 1897 – has been made difficult by differences in the spelling of this unusual surname. In different census records, the name is spelt as Landers, Lenders, … Continue reading

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Confirmation of Roe and Londors connections

Until now I’ve been a little tentative about linking ‘my’ Roes with the line that I described in my earlier posts about the Roes, Blanches and Holdsworths. Today I received confirmation that I’m on the right track.  Firstly, I received … Continue reading

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