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Great info, thank you very much all. Amazing what can be placed together in a short space of time.
Here are the details of the 2 x W Payne.
William Payne (1832 - 1892), occupation: Tailor
Mary Bailey Taylor (born 1839), occupation: Tailor (Wife of above)
William Henry (King) Payne (1854 -...
Thanks all. Very interesting finds indeed. The info on the change of name is interesting.
The men I am trying to research are William Payne and his son also William Henry Payne (both listed as Tailors in the census, plus wife Mary B Payne listed as a tailor and daughter Elizabeth listed as...
I am trying to find some information on a London company called Watts, Payne & Co. I can see that they are listed in a London post office directory up to 1915. I am trying to find an address and any other details on the history of the company. Payne, Watts and Co were listed as a Tailors in...
Windy again here. Had enough now, just like everyone else I would think.
I would like to wrap up and do some tidying in the garden, but not with this wind. Or sweep the footpaths at the front of the house, but no point if the wind hasn't stopped.
I am sure you are all wondering how I am getting in with the chamomile tea!!!!!!!
Well, to save keeping you in any more suspense, I am still drinking at least one cup a day.
I love the stuff, but have to take it easy, just incase!!!!
Not nice weather here. I think we should have little cyclone's on the screen like the hearts!
Honest, I think it would acknowledge storm Denis and help it to feel it has nothing to prove and to leave asap.