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From: "lesley chaney" <>
Subject: RE: [Lon] TOMKINS Brick wall
Date: Wed, 16 May 2001 17:17:18 +0100
Have you checked to see if a Beatrice Fanny LEVASSEUR married a Walter
Charles TOMKIN in the right time frame? She might have married as a young
Lesley in East Leics
From: shell aldous [mailto:]
I really have come across a brick wall, and i need some help and advice as
what i can do.
I am trying to search for a marriage. Its between a Walter Charles TOMKINS
and a Beatrice PEACH.
I have found a Beatrice Peach entry in the 1881 census
for 66 Richmond St
Census Place: St Marylebone, London, Middlesex, England
she is shown as being 8 years old.
The Marriage should be around the late 18'00 to early 1900.
All the information i have is that they had a son born 1901
A daughter Called Florence who emigrated to the USA
And a poss half brother Brian?
The Son who was born in 1901 his birth was registered in the District of
Paddington/ Sub District St Mary Paddington. His name was also Walter
Charles. But like to be known as
Charles. So maybe his father is the same.
There is also a good chance that they lived in Edgeware Road area of London.
Also Walter was in the Gauards at some point.
I have searched through the St Catherines Index and just cant find this
marriage. In fact the only Beatrice Fanny Peach i could find was married to
a Eugene Frederick Levasseur in Hendon in 1895, but i dont know if this is
the right PEACH or not.
I am going to my local FHC on Thursday and would appriciate any advice or
help, to try to track this marriage down.