Hale/Dressler Marriage- Help Needed. (General)

by Jefff @, West London, Middlesex, Monday, October 07, 2019, 17:09 (351 days ago) @ MPGriffiths

Like you MPG I'm also struggling to find Bessie's younger sister Sarah after 1901, perhaps she married ?.

I'm also unable to find any trace of Elisabeth Dressler, or her children for sure, but I only have FamilySearch to use, and as KiwiGirl says they're not rare names.


As an aside, just to confirm what we already know, and probably Kiwigirl too, it was very common for girls of this age to move from the Forest to London to work in service, presumably via the GWR into Paddington. My own ancestor did the same, as did this girl who's NOT our Sarah Hale, but it shows just how common this name was in the East Dean area and London too for that matter, and of similar age to our Sarah.

1901 Kensington, St George Campden Hill Parish, London.
Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
Reginald H Mardon Head M 39 Printer. Bristol, Gloucestershire
Lydia E Mardon Wife F 25 N W, London
Heber R Mardon Son M 2 Kensington
Sarah A Hale Servant F 23 Nurse domestic. Cinderford, Gloucestershire
Laura M Hill Servant F 23 Servant. Aldershot, Hampshire
Emily J Griffin Servant F 20 Parlour Maid Domestic. Beenham, Berkshire

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