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Baldry information requests - page 7

This is the seventh page containing requests I have had for Baldry information. I do not have much but please e-mail or telephone people directly & e-mail me if you have the answers people want & feel free to add any requests or information that you think may be of use to others.

Baldry information requests - page 7

Index to the requests on this page.
There is a comprehensive index on this link.

Charles Baldry & Eliza Bridget ffrench
Mary Baldry = 17/7/1830 Carleton Rode James Stevenson
The Artist Grace Baldry
Frederick Baldry son of Robert & Mary
Eiizabeth Baldry b 1836 Theberton
Alfred Lys Baldry
John Baldry a publican of Norfolk, c 1800
Frederick Baldry b. abt 1894, father of Raymond Frederick Baldry

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Charles Baldry & Eliza Bridget ffrench

From: Michael Pegum e-mail him

I am the grandson of Mary Ann Baldry (1879 - 1964), the daughter of Charles Baldry and Eliza Bridget ffrench. She had a sister Doris, who married a Bill Anderson.

Although they lived in Warrington in Lancashire, Eliza Bridget was from Norfolk, so it seems possible that Charles was as well.

I am looking for their ancestors, as I can go no further back than this, and would welcome any information. Please see this link for their children.

Please e-mail me, Michael Pegum, Dublin Ireland

Mary Baldry = 17/7/1830 Carleton Rode James Stevenson

From: Brian Stevenson e-mail him

James Stevenson was my gg grandfather he was born Carleton Rode 25 april 1818 but in the 1881 & 1901 census he was married to Eliza nee Broughton. His parents were John & Ann maybe john had a brother James who married Mary Baldry. Or possibly it was James's first wife & dates are not quite correct. I would imagine there would only be one family of Stevensons in Carleton Rode & one family of Baldrys. I lived in the UK untill I was 22. All our relatives are from Norwich and I had never heard of Carleton Rode, I know now that it is only a very small village. Can you or any of your other family contacts let me know if there is any links between the two families.

From: Wayne Petrie e-mail him

This print is titled "The Peacemaker". Painted by a G.Baldry.The London Art Museum dosn't have much on this artist except possibly a Grace Baldry, done around the early 1900's. It was published by The Art Reproduction Co.Ltd. Plough Court, Fetter Lane, London,E.C.

Any info on this print would be greatly appreciated.

Painting of the actress Ellen Terry by Grace Baldry

This excellent painting of Ellen Terry is in the:-

Garrick Club,
15, Garrick Street,
London WC2
(020 7836 1737)

& the Librarian, Marcus Risdell, would be grateful for any information about it & Grace Baldry. Please e-mail him.

Frederick Baldry son of Robert & Mary

From: Steve Caress e-mail him

I am trying to verify date of birth and place for Frederick Baldry to Robert Baldry and Mary. 1881 census says he was born in "London Whitehouse" and age 10 so possibly on the 1871 census. I have not found such a place. Any ideas? Any help appreciated.

Eiizabeth Baldry b 1836 Theberton

From: Anthony Porter e-mail him

My Great Great grandfather James Canham, born Theberton Suffolk in 1836, married Elizabeth Baldry born Theberton 1836. They married in Theberton in 1856. Is there any relationship to the James Baldry who was born and also married Priscilla Cook in Theberton, who went to Australia, please.

Alfred Lys Baldry

From: Louise Perrin Leise-mail her

I am trying to trace the descendants of the artist Alfred Lys Baldry (1858-1939). If you are related to him please contact me by email please.

John Baldry a publican of Norfolk, c 1800

From: Marilyn Taylor email her.

I would be pleased to hear from any Baldry relatives at all or know where I might fit in to this huge jigsaw!!
My great,great, great grandfather was John Baldry a publican. I have no idea of his dob but probably circa 1800
His son John born circa 1820 (also a publican and later a coachman) married Susannah Silvey in the Parish of St. Augustines, City of Norwich on 2 December 1841.
Their son Frederick “Silvers” Baldry born circa 1843 married Hannah Eliza Elliott on 19 July 1863 in Great Yarmouth. Frederick was a Waterman, Yachtsman and Publican during his life. In 1875 he ran the “Bowling Green” public house at Bowling Green Row, North Quay, Yarmouth. Frederick Silvers Baldry died on 6 February 1923 aged 80 at 2 Davis Passage, Albion Road, Great Yarmouth and A.H. Baldry (son) registered the death. Frederick and Hannah Baldrys children (according to the 1881 census and the youngest child on the 1901 census were as follows:

Frederick C.G Baldry born 1864
Arthur H. Baldry born 1865
Florence born 1866
Edith born 1869
Laura born 1871
Ernest born 1872
Alice Lucy born 1874 (married ?Randall) and had a child John born circa 1880
Matilda M. born 1876
Annie born 1877
Rose Ann born 1877 (my grandmother) married George Sinclair West Ham 1899.
Grace born circa 1892

If anybody has any information I would be very pleased to hear from you, please email me.
Many thanks Marilyn

Frederick Baldry b. abt 1894, father of Raymond Frederick Baldry

From: Joe Savage e-mail him

My grandad died a few years ago and little is known about his dad. My grandad was named Raymond Frederick Baldry born Oundle 1924, died 1997, and his fathers name was Frederick Baldry b. abt 1894, his trade was an asphalter & he got together with a Miss Cunnington, whom he may or may not have married. It was her 2nd liaison & her 1st married name was Scotney. Frederick Baldry father left Miss Cunnington before Raymond was born.

If you have any information that may suggest that there is a link from my family name to yours I would be grateful. Please e-mail me, copy to my mother Christina.

Contact: Ken Baldry but bear in mind that everything he finds out, he puts on the web
17 Gerrard Road, Islington, London N1 8AY +44(0)20 7359 6294 but best to e-mail him
URL: Last revised 21/11/2013

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