Category Archives: Orgar

Sarah Schofield, previously Hone, née Stallard?

In an earlier post, I reported some new findings about William and Sarah Schofield of Barkingside, Essex, who were my great-great-great-great-grandparents. Their daughter Mary Ann (1802 – 1887) married John Felix Londors (1785 – 1876), and their great grandson George … Continue reading

Posted in Bonner, Londors, Orgar, Schofield | Leave a comment

The marriage of John Orgar and Sarah Anne Schofield: 30 September 1817

I’m grateful to Andy Phillips, who is researching the Orgar family, for providing confirmation of my hunch about the connection between the Orgar and Schofield families. Mary Ann Schofield (1802 – 1887) was my great-great-great-grandmother: she married my 3 x … Continue reading

Posted in Londors, Orgar, Schofield | Leave a comment

Londors, Orgar and the Mile End Old Town connection

My research into the different branches of my family’s history has drawn me back time and again to Mile End Old Town, and to the parish of St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney. Recently, my distant relative Robin Blanch and … Continue reading

Posted in Londors, Orgar | 1 Comment

John Orgar (1818 – 1856) and Sarah Hippisley Shean (1819 – 1905)

In a recent post I wrote about Stepney-born tobacco pipe maker John Orgar (1798 – 1866), who I believe married Sarah Anne Schofield of Barking, Essex, sister of Mary Ann Schofield who married my 3 x great grandfather John Londors. … Continue reading

Posted in Londors, Orgar, Schofield | 3 Comments

John Orgar (1798 – 1866) and Sarah Anne Schofield (1798 – 1870)

Following on from my last post, which speculated about connections between the Londors, Schofield and Orgar families, I now want to add some more information about the Orgars, in the hope that it will help to illuminate aspects of my … Continue reading

Posted in Londors, Orgar, Schofield | Leave a comment