Rail station, existing between 1863 and now
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Added: 27 Mar 2018 14:53 GMT
|Post by Brian Bigwood: Odessa Street, SE16|
My mother Doris Bigwood and her family lived in Odessa Street until they were bombed out and moved to Sidcup. My grandfather worked as lighterman in the local docks and was named Walter Edward Bigwood. I believe there were 13 children and their motherâ??s surname was Hunt.
I would love to know if anyone is related or even knew the family. If so, please get in touch.
Added: 16 Nov 2017 06:03 GMT
|Post by Sandy Tarrant: Monier Road, E3|
My grandparents, James Isaac and Mary Ann Johnson ran a grocer’s shop at 122 Monier Road, Bow from the early 1900s to about 1935 or so.
Added: 24 Aug 2017 13:08 GMT
|My dads family lived here in 1911 maybe before still checking that out the name was Emily Gladding lived at 22 Emily Street then she married George Cassilllo y|
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