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Ada Matilda Le May, daughter of Robert John Le May, bus conductor, postman and painter and Matilda Frances Le May [Cole]
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22nd Jan 1870
Born
At Victoria Street in the Parish of Paddington, London
London Metropolitan Archives
 
8th May 1870
Christened
At St. Mary Magdalene in the Parish of Paddington, London; daughter of Robert John Lemay (conductor) & Matilda Frances Lemay
London Metropolitan Archives

Ancestor's report
No descendent's report
Le May, Lemay family records
The ancestral pedigree of Ada Matilda Le May
  
 François Le Maym: c 1710Anne 
 b: c 1690  b: c 1690
  
   
 Daniel Jeanne 
 b: 19th Dec 1714 Tower Hamlets, London
ch: 2nd Jan 1715 Wheeler Street French Huguenot, Spitalfields
d: 1750 London
 b: 23rd Mar 1717 Tower Hamlets, London
ch: April 1717 Wheeler Street French Huguenot, Spitalfields
 
      
Great-Great-
Great-Great-
Grandfather record
   
   
    
 Daniel Le Maym: 15th May 1735 Lincolns Inn Chapel, Holborn, LondonCharlotte Miget 
 b: 19th Dec 1714 Tower Hamlets, London
ch: 2nd Jan 1715 Wheeler Street French Huguenot, Spitalfields
d: 1750 London
  b: 11th Mar 1718 London
ch: 20th Mar 1718 Savoye de Spring Gardens and Des Grecs French Huguwest, Westminster, London
  
      
 Henri Pierre (Peter) Jean (John) John Charles William Charles Rachel Ann 
 b: 18th Mar 1735 Westminster, London
ch: 9th Apr 1736 St. Anne, Soho
 b: 21st Apr 1742 Westminster, London
ch: 25th Apr 1742 French Potestant Leicester Fields Chapel, Strand, ceremony performed by Jean Pierre Selhein
d: August 1806 Old Street, London, aged 64 years
bur: 10th Aug 1806 Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, City of London, recorded as John Lemay
 b: c October 1744 Islington, London
ch: 21st Oct 1744 St. Luke, Old Street
d: July 1745 Islington, London, died of smallpox
bur: 6th Jul 1745 St. Luke, Old Street, Islington, London, recorded as Charles Lemay
 b: c 1745 Islington, London
d: June 1746 Islington, London, died of convulsions
bur: 11th Jun 1746 St. Luke, Old Street, Islington, London, recorded as William Charles Lemay
 b: 30th May 1747 Islington, London
ch: 19th Jun 1747 St. Luke, Old Street
 
              
Great-
Great-Great-
Grandfather record
   
   
   
3rd marriage John Le Maym: 24th Oct 1785 St. Luke, Old Street, Islington, London
witnesses: Middleton and Middleton
Marie Martha Buck 2nd marriage
 b: 21st Apr 1742 Westminster, London
ch: 25th Apr 1742 French Potestant Leicester Fields Chapel, Strand, ceremony performed by Jean Pierre Selhein
d: August 1806 Old Street, London, aged 64 years
bur: 10th Aug 1806 Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, City of London, recorded as John Lemay
  b: c 1745
  
   
 Charlotte George Thomas 
 b: 26th Mar 1786 Stepney, London
ch: 26th Apr 1793 St. Anne and St. Agnes, City of London, daughter of John Lemay & Mary Lemay
 b: 30th Apr 1789 Stepney, London
ch: 14th Feb 1796 St. John Zachary, City of London, son of John Le May & Mary Le May
d: 23rd Jul 1848 Worthing, Sussex, aged 58 years
bur: 30th Jul 1848 St. Mary, Broadwater, Sussex
 
      
Great-Great-
Grandfather record
   
   
    
 George Thomas Le Maym: 11th Sep 1814 St. Matthew, Bethnal Green, London
witnesses: William Beverley and Mary Scovell
Harriett Scovell 
 b: 30th Apr 1789 Stepney, London
ch: 14th Feb 1796 St. John Zachary, City of London, son of John Le May & Mary Le May
d: 23rd Jul 1848 Worthing, Sussex, aged 58 years
bur: 30th Jul 1848 St. Mary, Broadwater, Sussex
  b: 14th Jul 1793 Stepney, London
ch: 11th Aug 1793 St. George-in-the-East
d: 20th Sep 1885 Crunden Cottage, Newland Road, Worthing, Sussex
  
            
George William  Henry Augustus  Robert John  Arthur Charlotte Scovell William Henry John Catherine Elizabeth 
b: 20th Jul 1815 Lower Chapman Street, Tower Hamlets, London
ch: 27th Dec 1815 St. George-in-the-East, son of George Thomas Le May (scribe) & Harriet Le May
d: September 1862 Bognor, aged 47 years
bur: 4th Sep 1862 Sr. Mary's Church, South Bersted, Sussex
  b: 12th Dec 1818 Richard Street, Tower Hamlets, London
d: 8th Feb 1819 Richard Street, Tower Hamlets, London
bur: 14th Feb 1819 St. George-in-the-East, Tower Hamlets, London
  b: 3rd Nov 1821 Richard Street, Tower Hamlets, London
ch: 28th Apr 1822 St. George-in-the-East, son of George Thomas Le May (clerk) & Harriet Le May
d: 19th Apr 1894 116 St. Hughes Road, Penge, Lewisham, London
  b: 1st Oct 1825 Catherine Street, Tower Hamlets, London
ch: 5th Feb 1826 St. George-in-the-East, son of George Le May (clerk) & Harriet Le May
d: 1906
 b: 8th Feb 1828 Catherine Street, Tower Hamlets, London
ch: 4th May 1828 St. George-in-the-East, daughter of George Thomas Le May (clerk) & Harriet Le May
d: 1903
 b: 31st Mar 1830 Catherine Street, Tower Hamlets, London
ch: 26th Sep 1830 St. George-in-the-East, son of George Thomas Le May (accountant) & Harriet Le May
d: 13th Jun 1876
 b: 4th Mar 1832 Catherine Street, Tower Hamlets, London
ch: 12th Aug 1832 St. George-in-the-East, son of George Thomas Le May (writer) & Harriet Le May
d: 10th Nov 1852
 b: 5th Jul 1837 St Dunstan, Stepney, London registered at Stepney District, London ref: 1837 Q3 Vol 2 Page 214
ch: 14th Oct 1837 Wycliffe Independent Chapel, Philpot Steet
 
   Richard Thomas Harriet Catharine  Ann Eliza           
   b: 8th Mar 1817 Richard Street, Tower Hamlets, London
ch: 27th Jul 1817 St. George-in-the-East, son of George Thomas Le May (clerk) & Harriet Le May
d: 4th Nov 1821 Richard Street, Tower Hamlets, London
bur: 11th Nov 1821 St. George-in-the-East, Tower Hamlets, London
 b: 15th Jan 1820 Richard Street, Tower Hamlets, London
ch: 30th Apr 1820 St. George-in-the-East, daughter of George Thomas Le May (clerk) & Harriet Le May
d: 25th Dec 1894
  b: 30th Aug 1823 Glebe Road, Bethnal Green, London
ch: 25th Jan 1824 St. Matthew, daughter of George Thomas Le May (writer) & Harriet Le May
d: April 1832 Mile End, Tower Hamlets, London, aged 9 years
bur: 22nd Apr 1832 Wycliffe Independent Chapel, Philpot Street, Whitechapel, London
           
                   
Great-
Grandfather record
  
  
   
 Robert John Le May
brewer
m: 14th Apr 1843 Wycliffe Chapel, Stepney, LondonEliza Cooper 
 b: 3rd Nov 1821 Richard Street, Tower Hamlets, London
ch: 28th Apr 1822 St. George-in-the-East, son of George Thomas Le May (clerk) & Harriet Le May
d: 19th Apr 1894 116 St. Hughes Road, Penge, Lewisham, London
  b: 22nd Mar 1822 Dartford, Kent, daughter of William Cooper and Rhoda Craft
ch: 26th May 1822 Zion Chapel, ceremony performed by the minister, David Clark
d: May 1889
  
           
Robert John  Louisa Emily  William G. Isabella George Thomas Hannah Maria John Mary Frances Scovell 
b: March 1844 Shadwell, Middlesex
d: March 1880
  b: March 1847 Mile End, Stepney, London  b: June 1850 Mile End, Stepney, London b: 1852 Mile End, Stepney, London b: March 1853 Mile End Old Town, Stepney, London
d: 3rd Sep 1879 West Ham, Newham, London
 b: 1855 Bethnal Green, London b: 1857 Bethnal Green, London b: 23rd Mar 1860 Mile End, Stepney, London
d: 26th Mar 1915 99 Clive Road, Norwood, London
 
   Eliza Ellen J.              
   b: 27th May 1845 Mile End, Stepney, London b: June 1848 Mile End, Stepney, London              
                    
Grandfather record
   
   
   
 Robert John Le May
bus conductor, postman and painter
m: 12th Jun 1867 St. James, Westminster, LondonMatilda Frances Cole 
 b: March 1844 Shadwell, Middlesex
d: March 1880
  b: c 1845 daughter of Frederick Cole
  
      
 Robert John Ada Matilda Ernest William Evelyn Eliza Herbert George 
 b: 24th Jan 1869 Victoria Street, Paddington, London
ch: 21st Feb 1869 St. Mary Magdalene, son of Robert John Lemay (omnibus conductor) & Matilda Frances Lemay
 b: 22nd Jan 1870 Victoria Street, Paddington, London
ch: 8th May 1870 St. Mary Magdalene, daughter of Robert John Lemay (conductor) & Matilda Frances Lemay
 b: 1871 34 Clarendon Street, Paddington, London
ch: 14th Sep 1871 St. Mary Magdalene, son of Robert John Lemay (postman) & Matilda Frances Lemay
 b: 1875 3 Dartington Terrace, Paddington, London
ch: 4th Apr 1875 St. Mary Magdalene, daughter of Robert John Lemay (painter) & Matilda Frances Lemay
 b: 1876 3 Dartington Terrace, Paddington, London
ch: 2nd Aug 1876 St. Mary Magdalene, son of Robert John Lemay (painter) & Matilda Frances Lemay
 
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