Re: Albert Edward George Vanner 1901 Hackney
I'm David Vanner - it's nice to be able to say hello to a fellow bearer of the family name.I'm sure that we can find you a relative or two, although Xmas might delay research a little.According to my records, your mum's maiden name was NEEDS - would that be correct?
The following records appear to apply to you:
Albert Edward G. Vanner 1901 aHACKNEY 1b 513
This is the registration of your father's birth, where the small 'a' just signifies that he was registered in the first quarter of the year given; registration district; and Index No. if you wanted to order the Certificate.Likewise I have the following entry:
Albert J. G. Vanner marrying Edith R. WAIT1919 dHACKNEY1b 1201
Please note the above is as I have it:The 'E' appears to have been transcribed as a J. in the Indexes and WAITE is written without the 'e'.I regret to say that the Indexes are full of errors and if this is the case, you have got off fairly lightly.Anyway, I also have the following that might be of interest:
Stanley Victor Vanner1895 dHACKNEY 1b 517
This sounds like one of those in your query on the notice-board.Your grandfather, though, interests me, and I have the following entry which may be him.
Henry John Vanner 1876 dBETHNAL GREEN1d 192
In theory, I should be able to find him on the 1881 Census and I'll have a look when I've got a mo'.In the meantime, you might just like to comment on the above just to agree or disagree with what I've shown.