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From: "Brian Lodge" <>
Subject: Re: [Ess] Grays Scattered Homes for Children
Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2009 14:20:08 -0000
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Thank you Celia

If I find a link I will let you know

Brian
----- Original Message -----
From: "Celia Renshaw" <>
To: "'Brian Lodge'" <>; <>
Sent: Thursday, January 15, 2009 11:06 PM
Subject: RE: [Ess] Grays Scattered Homes for Children


> Hi Brian - as far as I know my TYLERs didn't have any connections with
> Hornchurch, and only a few of them were born in West Ham...
>
> My g-grandfather Phillippe William TYLER, a commercial clerk, was born in
> Kennington (though his family were from Bristol & Worcestershire); he
> married Mary Eliza MORRIS of St Luke's and their children were as follows:
>
> Walter Henry TYLER (my grandfather) born 1887 in Bermondsey
>
> George TYLER born 1889 Bermondsey died aged 6 in Shoreditch District
>
> Wilfred TYLER born 1891 in Rotherhithe
>
> Louise Mary TYLER born 1893 in Stepney
>
> Horace Noel TYLER born 1896 in West Ham District, lived all his life in
> West
> Ham/Stratford, mainly at 88 Gurney Street, died there in 1970
>
> Hilda Eva TYLER born 1899 in West Ham District
>
> Edgar Charles TYLER born 1901 in West Ham District died in Leytonstone
> Workhouse 1904
>
> Wallace Frederick TYLER died in childbirth with his mother in Leytonstone
> Workhouse 1903
>
> By 1901, the family were at Wakelin Road, Cann Hall and by 1903 when
> Phillippe and Mary Eliza both tragically died within months of each other,
> the family address was 37 Manbey (or Manby) Road, Cann Hall. After
> Phillippe's death, it appears that pregnant Mary Eliza and 5 of her 6
> children ended up in the workhouse - my grandfather, the eldest child,
> stayed with the neighbours at no. 35 Manbey Road until he joined the army
> by
> lying about his age in 1904 (the neighbours including his future wife
> Alice
> Maud BONHAM, ten years his junior). On his 1904 attestation papers, it
> said
> his two younger brothers Wilfred and Horace were living in The Blue House
> in
> Willingale Spain. Little Edgar Charles was probably still in the
> workhouse
> where he died a few months later. What happened to Louise and Hilda at
> this
> point I have no idea, though I know about their adult lives. Of all the
> children, only Horace, after time in the army, stayed in West Ham.
> Wilfred,
> also after time in the Army, settled in Billericay with a wife Queenie.
> Their other sibs all moved much further away. How they managed to survive
> these terrible losses and then two World Wars is hard to imagine.
>
> So I don't suppose we have any links but if you see anything of interest,
> do
> let me know.
>
> Cheers
> Celia Renshaw
> in Chesterfield UK
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [mailto:]
> On Behalf Of Brian Lodge
> Sent: 15 January 2009 22:17
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> Subject: Re: [Ess] Grays Scattered Homes for Children
>
> Celia
> Do your Tylers have any links to Hornchurch, or were born in West Ham??
>
> Brian Lodge
>
>
>
>
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