The Purvis generation started with Nana Purvis. Obviously there were earlier family but I have no knowledge of them or have any record earlier than this. Contact Dorothy for more information.
I regularly used to see Nana when she lived in Lish Avenue, in Cullercoats, as I passed close by on my way to the primary school.
She was a hardy, formidable and shrewd lady. The family tree is to show how the cousins are related.
Pictures of most of the cousins are in the family gathering sections. There are pictures of Mum and Dad's generation in their profile section.
Bev is named after the two grandfathers; Benjamin Bloomfield (Bev) and Jack Rosenberg (Jacqueline).
Bev's father had a brother and two sisters as shown in the family tree below.
All were married and had children. The ones we have kept in touch with are shown.
There were five daughters and one brother Michael.
Fay was the oldest sister and then Monna, Bev's mother
All the brothers and sisters married and had children. They mainly lived in North London. Their children then became more diverse and travelled further . Bev has lost contact with many of them.