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Old 03-12-2018, 12:12 AM
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I mentioned the address of 4 Giffin St over on forums but didn't know anything about the area so thanks for the added info about the factory, Paddy and JR.

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Theres one in Aus that could fit, sill trying to find a few more snippets.
Thanks, Gut. Any joy? In the criminal records of the LVP a lot of female convicts were encouraged to emigrate after serving their sentences (rather than the earlier procedure of sending prisoners abroad to penal colonies) but also there are cases where some convict files contain letters from organisations who were involved in the business of sending serving prisoner's children abroad for a new life are included, usually it involved women serving longer penal servitude sentences and their permission to send their children away was required but it wouldn't surprise me if they also sent away the infants of women regularly up in the magistrates court for drunkenness etc.
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The records of the Foundlings Hospital at LMA are available to search for this period.
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The records of the Foundlings Hospital at LMA are available to search for this period.
Slightly off-topic, there is an interesting little exhibition - Criminal Lives - running at the LMA at the moment.


https://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/thin...xhibition.aspx
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Thanks, Gut. Any joy? In the criminal records of the LVP a lot of female convicts were encouraged to emigrate after serving their sentences (rather than the earlier procedure of sending prisoners abroad to penal colonies) but also there are cases where some convict files contain letters from organisations who were involved in the business of sending serving prisoner's children abroad for a new life are included, usually it involved women serving longer penal servitude sentences and their permission to send their children away was required but it wouldn't surprise me if they also sent away the infants of women regularly up in the magistrates court for drunkenness etc.
And many just saw the chance for a fresh start, where they werent already seen as a trouble maker.

So far just a name and an age that could fit.

It can be a problem tracing people here that were born in England (or anywhere else for that matter) often parents names etc have just been ignored.
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I Looked through the Canadian Home Children lists Only found one Frederick William Eddowes but he went when he was 21 and was born in 1867.
Also been looking for "any surname" Frederick William that was born that year and area. Still no luck.
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Thanks GUT and Pat
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Thanks for the LMA info Robert and Gary. I missed that earlier.
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Hi All,

It may pay dividends to check out Our Western Home, situated at Niagara on the Lake, Ontario. It was run by the well-connected Miss Maria Rye, who promoted the emigration of impoverished and orphan children from Britain to Canada.

http://www.childrenshomes.org.uk/NiagaraRye/

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