Tags » St Luke's Church

Arthur Harriman

Arthur Harriman was born in Wolverhampton in 1892, the son of Tom and Mary Harriman. In 1901 they were at 137 Dudley Road, together with Arthur’s brother, Frederick, and a servant, Catherine Whatmore. 68 more words

Men Who Served

Fourteen Programme Comes to Kingstanding - Launch of the Small Grants Fund

Kingstanding is one of fourteen communities in the U.K. to receive three years funding to increase participation and improve wellbeing as part of the Legacy of the Olympic Games.  177 more words

Kingstanding News

Charles Stuart/Stewart Northall

Charles Northall was born in Dudley in 1895, the son of Francis Bertram and Emma Northall (nee Hemmings). In 1901 they were at 8 Brooke Street, Dudley, together with Charles’s sisters Agnes and Emma and brothers Frank and William. 123 more words

Men Who Served

More Memories & family background - Jean Quigg

Hi, more memories & some family background.

My parents Bill & Ada Webster née Booy (her father was a Dutchman) was married in 1918 at St Luke’s Church by vicar Gerald Wreford Brown my father would have either still been in the army or just demobbed. 210 more words


lovelondonscenes - 93

The last couple of Friday evenings, after finishing work, I’ve walked to South Kensington tube from my place of work on Millbank, by the Thames. It takes about 45 minutes, winding through Pimlico, the bottom end of Belgravia, Sloane Square, the Kings Road, deepest Chelsea and then South Ken. 119 more words


Albert Lewis Lee

Albert Lewis Lee was born in 1892 in Wolverhampton, the son of Enoch and Amy Lee. In 1901 they were living at 54 Johnson Street, together with Albert’s sisters Elsie and Ada and brother Enoch. 128 more words

Men Who Served