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Old 02-01-2009, 04:27 PM
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Point taken...
Actually, Mark - because it's you - I double-checked, and it turns out I posted the wrong details. The silk-weavers' son was James Flemming. You were quite right to nag! So, to put the record straight...

The Joseph Flemming (of lowly parentage) I should have told you about was born in Bethnal Green to George (shoemaker) Flemming and his wife Sarah. He had two (much) older brothers, George and Charles, who were a shoemaker and a wood-chopper respectively. The family may first be found together in the 1861 Census, as follows:

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I can't quite make out the street name - it looks like "Tumble Street", but it's unclear. Suffice to say it's Bethnal Green, and this Joe was born there circa 1858/1859. It is he, I believe, who is likely to have ended up as the French polisher workhouse inmate at Poplar in 1881.
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Sam -

All agreed. It's Turville Street, by the way - I posted all this on page one of this thread.

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Sam - All agreed. It's Turville Street, by the way - I posted all this on page one of this thread.
That was a waste of time on my part , but at least we found him independently! Belated thanks to you for finding him in the first place, Mark - and apologies for the oversight
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A pleasure doing business with you, as always.

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Nothing to add, but here's 'The Dolphin' on Turville Street.

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Nothing to add, but here's 'The Dolphin' on Turville Street.
No worries, Rob - it serves a porpoise

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Flipperring ridiculous!

AND as a by the by Richard Flemming married Henrietta nee MASON (!)
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Nothing to add, but here's 'The Dolphin' on Turville Street.

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Very Princess Alicey isn't it (Without it's other mysteriously disappearing storeys 'tho)- Well very corner of the streety all round- Great pic! (what/who's that- on the first floor balcony over the door??!!!)

Excellent 'lurker' bottom right too!! ''Ello darlin'--- fancy an 'orrible time - Care to see mi' bollard?"

-Flipping brilliant even!
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Hi Suzi -

Here's the up-to-date view:

http://deadpubs.co.uk/LondonPubs/Bet.../Dolphin.shtml

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Excellent Mark!
Hasn't changed a great deal to be honest has it- apart from the lurker and the bollards seem to have bred!!!!!

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