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Family of Harry Bloodworth GREGG and Nelllie Carr ALFORD

Husband: Harry Bloodworth GREGG (1875-1957)
Wife: Nelllie Carr ALFORD (1901- )
Marriage 1 Mar 1930 Chelsea1
Chelsea Register Office
They were married on 1 March 1930 at Chelsea Registry Office. Harry (54) was an Admiralty Messenger living at 30 Blenheim Street, Chelsea. Father Henry Gregg (by then deceased) occupation Piano Salesman. Helen Carr Alford (28) was a domestic servant staying at Sutton Dwellings, Cale Street Chelsea

Husband: Harry Bloodworth GREGG

Name: Harry Bloodworth GREGG2
Sex: Male
Father: Harry GREGG (1854- )
Mother: Elizabeth Sophia BLOODWORTH (1853-1894)
Birth Q3 1875 Lambeth, Surrey2,3
Death Q4 1957 (age 82) Lewisham, London4

Wife: Nelllie Carr ALFORD

Name: Nelllie Carr ALFORD5
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 19 Apr 1901

Note on Husband: Harry Bloodworth GREGG

lived in London5


1Charlie Ann Alford, "Email to Graham Hoadly from Charlie Ann Alford 4th June 2014". Assessment: Questionable.
Text From Source:

Marked questionable, only because I haven't checked the facts for myself.
Harry Bloodworth Gregg was Charlie's grandfather's step father
Graham Hoadly.
2The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, "1881 Census - Family Search Website" (Online 1881 Census for England and Wales). Custom Id: Assessment: Secondary evidence.
3"Information from Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths website:" (Internet). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Births Sep 1875 (>99%)

GREGG Harry Bloodworth Lambeth 1d 436
Internet. Call Number: (electronic).
4"FindMyPast". Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source:
England & Wales deaths 1837-2007 Transcription
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First name(s) HARRY B
Last name GREGG
Gender Male
Birth day -
Birth month -
Birth year 1875
Age 82
Death quarter 4
Death year 1957
District number -
County London
Country England
Volume 5D
Page 26
Entry number -
Record set England & Wales deaths 1837-2007
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Record collection Deaths & burials
Collections from Great Britain
5Josephine Brown, "email to Graham Hoadly from Josephine Brown".
Graham Hoadly.