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Peter Charles Poulton

I have unsuccessfully been trying to trace the parents of my paternal grandmother who at the time of my late fathers birth was described on his birth certificate as a machinist of Chiswick - Her name was given as Ellen Poulton - my father Sidney Herbert Poulton was borne in Isleworth Infirmary November 1906 - I have traced an Ellen Miriam Poulton who died in Balham 1912 Her death certificate details are given as date 3rd March 1912 age 23 spinster of Balham Grove - Until the next census come out I am unable to get any further forward.

Philip Robson

I am looking to trace any information about John Sidney Poulton, married to Dorothy Marion Whitehouse. John Sidney died around 1918 but was not a WW1 casualty. I do not have his DOB. He was a sergeant in the Royal West Kents and lived in Battle, Kent. He possibly lived at 7 Kent View in Battle. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

Louise Stone

Joseph Poulton married Mary F. Horan. They had 1 child, Charlotte Frances Poulton, who was born aproximately 1900 in New Jersey. I don't have ANY info on Joseph, who was my Great Grandfather. His daughter, my grandmother, refused to speak of him. Mary was later remarried to Pete Peterson. It is believed that Joseph died when Charlotte was a young child. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

Chris Hewitson

I am seeking information about my great great great grandmother, Jane Poulton, born 29 February 1816 in, I believe, Wells in Norfolk. She married Richard Nichol(a)s Hawkey by whom she had children. One of whom was my great great grandfather, James Poulton Hawkey, born in about 1840. I have come across information that suggests Jane's parents were Robert and Ann, but this is not substantiated. If anyone can help me plug this information into 'mainstream' Poulton genealogy, I should be very grateful.

Patricia Biddlecombe.

My mother was Ruby Ella Poulton and so was my grandmother. My grandmotherís maiden name was Harman and my grandfatherís name was Percy Golden Poulton. He was a police sergeant and they lived in Ongar, Essex in the late 1940s early 1950s. Percy & Ruby had two sons, John born 1903 and Frank born 1904 as well as my mother born 1915. I know that Frank died young without marrying or having issue but John was married. I would like to trace any of Johnís relatives who I believe may still live in Essex.

Frank Poulton

My paternal Poulton is Richard born 1855 in Waterloo, Liverpool, father William. Richard is a lodger in Standish aged just 15 in 1871. His father, according to Richard's wedding, was a deceased sailor in 1883, so that could explain why I may not be able to find them in 1861 and later. Any help in locating the parents of Richards would be great.

Ian Markie

I'm looking for John Poulton who married Susannah Markie 9th November 1812 at Flore, Northants. Susannah was born in 1788 in Flore, and was the daughter of Thomas Markie and Mary Letts. I am yet to find John & Susannah in the 1841 census or any records of deaths before 1841.

Phil Fouracre

My G2 Grandmother, Elizabeth Poulton, married George Fouracre on 3rd October 1843 at Pitminster in Somerset. On the marriage certificate she is given as daughter of Thomas, and in the 1851 Census is described as a dressmaker from Winterbourne in Gloucestershire, age 33. I know very little else about her, save she probably died in October 1895. I would be very grateful if anyone can provide futher details and place Elizabeth in the wider context of the Poulton family.

Bill Grayer

I am researching into Captain William Poulton and I believe his son - Captain Edward Poulton both of Lord Hopton's Royalist Regiment of Foot. Also Captain Thomas Poulton of Lord Hopton's Horse. William appears to be living near Mere. He was taken prisoner in an action near Nunny Castle, Frome, Somerset in August 1644 by the Parliament. He compounded at the end of the war.