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16. Frederick BASTON

1Frederick Baston 1885 Hackney Birth Certificate, 1885/Sep/Hackney/1b/589. "
No 372 Hackney 9th August 1885, 45 Havelock Road
Frederick to Thomas Baston, Boot Laster & Sarah Baston formerly Noble, 45 Havelock Road, South Hackney.
Reg: 19 November 1885, informant, mother S Baston.". Image.

2Frederick & Ellen Sarah Baston 1889 Hackney, London, Baptism Register, 28 Aug 1889, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm ref X087/089. "Christ Church, South Hackney.
No 346, 28th August 1889, Ellen Sarah to Thomas & Sarah Bastable, 16 Victoria Grove, boot laster.
No 347, 28th August 1889, Frederick to Thomas & Sarah Bastable, 16 Victoria Grove, boot laster."
A complete mis-spell of the Baston name, everything else is right except for the surname.. Image.

3Death WW1 Frederick Baston Missing in Action, 1 Jun 1917, 11693. "
  No K/323364/1 (Accts 4)
  Certified that it appears from the records of this Office that No 11,693 Lance Corporal F Baston, 8th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, was missing on the seventh day of July 1916 and that, as no further information concerning him has since been received, it has been presumed for official purposes that he died on or since that date.
  The Soldier was serving on the above mentioned date with the British Expeditionary Forces.
  Signed
   For the Assistant Financial Secretary.
  Given at the War Office, London,
  this 1st day of June 1917."
   Note: On the 1st July 1916 the first day of the Battle of the Somme, the 8th Division attacked Ovillers and the 34th Division La Boisselle.  The villages were not captured, but ground was won between them and to the south of La Boissele. (Frederick Baston died 7th July 1916 which was in the first week of the Battle.). Image.

4Frederick Baston CWGC Cemetery, Death WW1. "
  In Memory of Lance Corporal F BASTON G/11693, 8th born., Royal Fusiliers who died on 07 July 1916 son of Thomas & Sarah Baston of Hackney, Husband of Emma Baston (nee Euesden).
  Remembered with honour,
  OVILLERS MILITARY CEMETERY.
  Commemorated in perpetuity by
  the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.". Image.

5Frederick Baston WW1 Ovillers Military Cemetery, Grave Marker. "
Grave Marker of Frederick Baston killed in action 7th July 1916 during the Battle of the Somme and buried in Ovillers Military Cemetery.". Image.

6Frederick Baston location of grave in Ovillers Mility Cemetery, France. "
Ovillers Military Cemetery location for Frederick Baston
Grave XII W.4. Ovillers Military Cemetery, France.". Image.

7Frederick Baston & Emma Euesden 1908 Marriage Certificate (25/12/1908), 400. "
1908 Marriage Solemnized Parish Church, South Hackney, London
No 400  25th December 1908
Frederick Baston, Camera Maker, 6 Victoria Grove
Father: Thomas Baston (deceased), Bootmaker
Emma Euesden, 6 Victoria Grove
Father: John Euesden, Labourer
Witnesses: William Baston and Lucy North.". Image.

8Ellen Sarah Baston & George Pitt 1909 Hackney Marriage Certificate, Frederick Baston, 11 Apr 1909, 1909/Jun/1b/799/Hackney. "
No 374 Christ Church Hackney, April 11 1909.
George William Pitts 32 Postman 6 Victoria Grove.
Ellen Sarah Baston 20 6 Victoria Grove.
Fathers, Charles William Pitts (dec) Ships Clerk & Thomas Baston (dec) boot maker.
Witnesses, Frederick Baston & Cecelia Watford.". Image.

9House locations Frederick Baston & Emma Euesden 1885 - 1922 (Ordnance Survey 1913 map). "where Frederick & Emma lived.". Image.

10Mare Street, Hackney 1887 (Old Postcard.). "
The area at the time Frederick Baston was born.". Image.

11Thomas & Sarah Baston, 1891 Census p59, Hackney, London (ancestry.co.uk), 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England, RG12/207/32/59. "
16 Victoria Grove, Hackney (p59).
Thomas Baston head, aged 28, Boot Laster, born Shoreditch.
Sarah Baston, wife, aged 29, Machinist, born Bethnal Green.
Florence Baston, daughter, aged 7, scholar, born Hackney.
Frederick Baston, son, aged 5, scholar, born Hackney.
(cont p60).
Ellen Baston, daughter, aged 1, born Hackney." Image.

12Frederick & Mary Baston, 1891 Census p60 Hackney, London, RG12/207/32/60, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
16 Victoria Grove, Hackney.
(page 60, continued from page 59)
Ellen Baston, daughter (Thomas & Sarah)  aged 1, born Hackney.
Frederick Baston, head, aged 59, Shoemaker, born Whitechapel..
Mary Baston, wife, aged 60, born Clerkenwell.
Harry (Henry) Baston, son, aged 20, Laster, born Hackney Middlesex.
Emma Baston, daughter, aged 15, born Hackney Middlesex.
William Baston, head, widower, aged 35, Boot Laster, born Middlesex.
Elizabeth Baston, daughter, aged 12, born Middlesex." Image.

13Thomas & Sarah Baston, 1901 Census Hackney, London , 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England, RG13/231/123/27. "
16 Victoria Grove, Hackney.
Thomas Baston, head, aged 38, Boot Maker, born Shoreditch.
Sarah Baston, wife, aged 39, Boot Machinist, born Shoreditch.
Florence Baston, daughter, aged 17, Tie Maker, born Hackney.
Frederick Baston, son, aged 15, Wood Worker Cabinet, born Hackney.
Ellen Baston, daughter, aged 11, born Hackney.
William Baston, son, aged 3, born Hackney.
William Baston, head, widower aged 45, Boot Laster, born Shoreditch.
Elizabeth M Baston, daughter, aged 22, Clerk Silk Factory, born Shoreditch.
Emma Baston, sister, aged 25, Tie Maker, born Shoreditch.
Henry Baston, brother, aged 30, Boot Laster, born Shoreditch." Image.

14Frederick & Emma Baston 1911 census, Hackney, London, 2 Apr 1911, National Archives, Kew, London, England, RG14PN1163_RG78PN38_RD11_SD5_ED24_SN393. "
27 Valentine Road - 2 rooms.
Frederick Baston head age 25, married 2 years, wood machinist, camera maker born South Hackney.
Emmy Baston wife age 25, married 2 years.
Frederick John Baston son age under 1 month born South Hackney." Image.

15Frederick Baston (born 1885), 1914. "8th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers - just before he went of to the Battlefields in France to fight in WW1 about 1914.". "
Royal Fusiliers Cap Badge." Source Image. Citation Image.

16Battle of the Somme, WW1 France. "
The Somme, soldiers take a break.". Image.

17Battle of the Somme, WW1 France. "
Somme, taking cover in the trenches.". Image.

18Battle of the Somme, WW1 France. "
Somme, bayonet advance.". Image.

19Battle of the Somme, WW1 France. "
Somme, advance under attack.". Image.

20Battle of the Somme WW1 France. "
Somme, on the move in the trenches.". Image.

21Frederick Baston, 1916 Battalion Battlefield Diary, synopsis. "
  Excerpt from the Battalion diary, 7th July 1916, the day Frederick fell in Ovillers, see the full Battalion diary for complete information.
  "The 8th Royal Fusiliers were part of 36th Brigade (which also contained the 9th Royal Fusiliers and the 7th Royal Sussex) of the 12th Division. On the 7th of July 1916 they were to attack the village of Ovillers on the Albert to Bapaume road. In the early part of the morning they were pounded by a barrage as they awaited orders to advance, the Brigade lost an estimated 300 casualties as the men were packed in to the confinement of the assembly trenches.
  At 8.30am their "blood was up" and they assaulted the German positions carrying the first three lines of trenches in a "furious assault. No quarter was given in this terrible fight" They did however take "a great number of prisoners". Their ranks were too thin to hold all their gains so they consolidated the second of the German lines.
   The three battalions are estimated to have lost around 1,400 men, killed wounded and missing in the assault that morning."."
   Note: Above information received via 1914-1928.net forum message boards.. Image.

228th Btn. Royal Fusiliers, War Diary, WO/95/1857. "
  War Diary, 8th Btn Royal Fusiliers.
  Excerpt 6th July to 8th July 1916 - (Frederick Baston died on the 7th July 1916 in the following battle).
  ALBERT.
  6. 7. 16
  btn moves into front line trenches at OVILLERS POST in preparation for attack on OVILLERS.  A copy of the Attack Orders by Lt. Col ac Annestry DSO is attached.
  7. 7. 16
  36 Inf. Bdg. attacked OVILLERS.  The 8th R. Fus.Frederick's Btn being the 1st Battn of the 3 assaulting Bns.
  The Battn was given 5 objectives.  
   The German front trench with right on X8C4.2  Ref Trench Map France 57 SE.
  The support line 200 yds in rear with right my X8C4.2.
  The Lines 100 yds in bar with rt. X8C7.7.
  The Church & houses round it.
  The final trench at far side of village.
  The attack was preceded by an artillery bombardment of the enemy front & support lines commencing at 6.45am and lifting at 8.30am.  At same the Bde. on our right attacked towards OVILLERS & at 8.30am the 36 Inf. Bde. attacked.  The btn attacked directly the barrage lifted on a frontage of 1 Coys. (about 120yds) in 4 lines.  D Coy. Leading followed by B C D Coys. each at about 30yds intervals.
  The enemy kept up a slow machine gun fire from the right flank during the bombardment, which increased in violence directly our men approached on the parapet, the Bde. on my right apparently not having destroyed all the hostile emplacements.  The enemy then placed a barrage of shrapnel over the [next page] 500 yards of No Man's Land across which the attack took place.
  The final line, (D Coys.) suffered heavy casualties from the first, and momentarily over whelmed by heavy machine gun fire, was caught up by the 2nd & 3rd lines.  With the 3rd, the Colonel & Adgt. advanced & caught up with the first line.  With gallant courage the Colonel led the attack & waving his stick, he shouted the familiar words of encouragement of a field day.  The Adgt. was seen to fall, the Col had already been wounded in the hand & leg & before reaching the enemy line he was hit again in the thighs & soon afterwards fell when hit the 4th time just under the heart.  
   The line swept on still suffering heavy casualties, five officers were left but the men gallantly led by their Ncos. reinforced by the 4th wave carried the final enemy trench & immediately dashed on to the 2nd objective which was taken.  The weakened remnants still pressed forward & positions of the 3rd objective were in our hand.  The btn had lost so heavily that the 2nd objective was with difficulty kept with a state of defence.
 There were now no officers' left.  The btn had captured 2 strongly fortified lines of trenches & had finally established themselves on the edge of the village.  
   Casualties among officers were Capt. Featherstonhaugh (B Coy), Capt Chard (C Coy) & Capt Franklin (D Coy).  Coy. Commanders were killed.  Capt Adjutant Robertson Walker, missing believed killed.  2nd Lt Procter killed.  "2nd Lt Arnold, missing believed killed.  17 other officers were wounded.
  The btn. went into action about 800 strong & came out 160 strong:  a large proportion of the casualties were wounded.
  OVILLERS
  8. 7. 16
  The btn. holds the captured trenches though subjected to intermittent shelling & machine gunfire & bombing attacks.  Major S E Sandars sent up to take command.
  Btn. relieved by 2nd Manchester Regt - goes into billets at ALBERT.
  C.J. Col. AC Annersley DSO died of wounds."
8th Battalion Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment).
Formed at Hounslow on 21 August 1914 as part of K1 and attached to 36th Brigade, 12th (Eastern) Division.
Landed in France in May 1915.
Disbanded in France 6 February 1918.
. Source Image. Citation Image.

23Death WW1 Frederick Baston Medal Notification. "   Record Office, 6 Oct 1921
  I am directed to transmit to you the accompanying British War Medal, Victory Medal which would have been conferred upon No GS/11693 Private F Baston, Royal Fusiliers, had he lived, in memory of his services with the British Forces during the Great War.
  In forwarding the Decoration, I am commanded by the King to assure you of His Majesty's high appreciation of the services rendered.
  I am to request that you will be so good as to acknowledge the receipt of the Decoration on the attached form.
  I am, Your obedient servant
  A C Gilider? ifc Records.". Image.

24WW1 Medal Card G/11693 Royal Fusiliers, Frederick Baston. "
BASTON Frederick
8th Btn Royal Fusiliers. Pte GS/11693
Victory TP/104 B6 page 536
British TP/58 B???
Theatre of War (1) France
Date of entry 23-6-1915
PD (presumed dead) 7-7-1916.". Image.

25WW1 British Medal 1914 - 1918 Great War, 1914/1918. "
Obverse & reverse sides of the British War Medal
  This medal commemorates some of the bloodiest battles that have ever been fought by British & Commonwealth troops. The medal was instituted by King George V in 1919 to mark the end of the First World War and record the service given. Although the First World War ended in 1918, the qualification period was extended to cover post-war mine clearance and service in Russia during 1919-20.A total of approximately 6,500,000 silver medals were issued.
   This medal was issued to Army personnel who either entered a theatre of war on duty or who left their place of residence and rendered approved service overseas, other than the waters dividing the different parts of the UK, between 4 August 1914 and 11 November 1918."
  Engraved on the edge with the recipients service number, rank, name and unit.. "
Awarded to Frederick Baston for service in WW! in France." Image.

26WW1 British Medal 1914 - 1918 Great War. Image.

27WW1 Victory Medal 1914 - 1919, 1914/1916. "
  The Medal was instituted in 1919 to commemorate the victory of the Allies over the Central Powers.  It was resolved that each of the Allies should issue a Victory Medal to their own nationals.  All the issues would have the common obverse of a picture of Victory.
 Approximately 5.725,000 medals were issued.  Those personnel who gained a MID between 4th August 1914 & 10th August 1920 wore the oak leaf on the medals ribbon as illustrated in the picture."
  Engraved on the edge with the recipients service number, rank, name and unit.. "
Awarded to Frederick Baston for service, WW1, France." Image.

28WW1 Star 1914 - 1915, 1914/1915. ".". "
  The 1914-15 Star was instituted in 1918 and was awarded to those who saw service between 5 August 1914 and 31 December 1915. Those personnel eligible for the 1914 Star were not eligible for this medal. The medal was issued named, with the recipient's details impressed on the star's reverse. All recipient's of this medal also received the British War Medal and Victory Medal.
  Approximately 2,366,000 1914-15 Star were issued. Of this total, 283,500 to the Royal Navy and 71,500 to Canadian personnel." Image.

29Sarah Baston Memorial Necklace of Frederick Baston (Photo received 2011 from Rosemary O'Gorman), 1916. "
Found in Violet Hales (nee Taylor and Sarah's grand daughter) possessions and passed to Rosemary O'Gorman , her daughter in 2011." Image.

30Ovillers Military Cemetery, France, history of. "
  On 1 July 1916, the first day of the Battle of the Somme, the 8th Division attacked Ovillers and the 34th Division La Boisselle. The villages were not captured, but ground was won between them and to the south of La Boisselle. On 4 July, the 19th (Western) Division cleared La Boisselle and on 7 July the 12th (Eastern) and 25th Divisions gained part of Ovillers, the village being cleared by the 48th (South Midland) Division on 17 July. The two villages were lost during the German advance in March 1918, but they were retaken on the following 24 August by the 38th (Welsh) Division. Ovillers Military Cemetery was begun before the capture of Ovillers, as a battle cemetery behind a dressing station. It was used until March 1917, by which time it contained 143 graves, about half the present Plot I. The cemetery was increased after the Armistice when Commonwealth and French graves where brought in, mainly from the battlefields of Pozieres, Ovillers, La Boisselle and Contalmaison. There are now 3,439 Commonwealth servicemen of the First World War buried or commemorated in the cemetery. 2,479 of the burials are unidentified but there are special memorials to 24 casualties believed to be buried among them. Other special memorials record the names of 35 casualties, buried in Mash Valley Cemetery, whose graves were destroyed in later fighting. The cemetery also contains 120 French war graves. The cemetery was designed by Sir Herbert Baker.
   7th July 1916, the day Frederick Baston fell in Ovillers (Extract from Battalion Diary)
The 8th Royal Fusiliers were part of the 36th Brigade (which also contained the 9th Royal Fusiliers and the 7th Royal Sussex) of the 12th Division.  On the 7th July 1916 they were to attack the village of Ovillers on the Albert - Bapaume road.  In the early part of the morning they were pounded by a barrage as they awaited orders to advance, the Brigade lost an estimated 300 casualties as the men were packed in to the confinement of thy assembly trenches.
  At 8.30am their "blood was up" and they assaulted the German positions carrying the first three lines of trenches in a "furious assault".  "No quarter was given in this terrible fight".  They did however, take a "great number of prisoners.  Their ranks were too thin to hold all their gains so they consolidated the second of the German lines.
  The three battalions are estimated to have lost around 1,400 men, killed, wounded and missing in the assault that morning.". Image.

31Ovillers Military Cemetery Map of the Battle Areas. "
THE FIRST WORLD WAR - WESTERN FRONT
  In the First World War the Western Front - a battle line extending from the channel coast to Switzerland along which, for four years, millions of men fought and died - was the principal and vital theatre.  Against the German Army were arrayed the armies of the British Commonwealth, France, Belgium and latterly, the United States.  The first two months, a war of movement, saw the containment and partial repulse of the initial German thrust.  There then followed three and a half years of static trench fighting - war of attrition - during which defensive power was paramount.  Neither side could affect a breakthrough and great battles were fought for small territorial gains.  The last seven months were again a war of movement culminating in the Allied offensive, starting in August, which finally achieved the breakthrough leading to the armistice of 11 November 1918.
  The six divisions of the British Expeditionary Force, which went to France at the outset in 1914, were deployed amongst the French armies and played their full part from 23 August in the Battles of Mons, Le Cateau, The Marne and the Aisne.  The next three weeks, during which the battle line moved every day, were a highly critical period in which the German plan for ending the war at a stroke was foiled and the issue deferred.
  In the first two weeks of October the BEF was moved from the central sector of the front to Flanders.  This move shortened its lines of communication, which ran through Dunkirk, Calais and Boulogne, and enabled it to protect these ports which were vital both to its own supply and reinforcement and to the Royal Navy's command of the Channel  Over the next four years, during which its strength rose to fifty British and twelve overseas Commonwealth divisions - Canadian, Australian, New Zealand, South African, Indian and troops from Newfoundland, the British West Indies and other territories - the BEF progressively took over more of the northern sector of the Allied line and fought a series of battle of attrition of which the greatest was the First Battle of the Somme in 1916.
  After the German offensives of late March to mid-July 1918 had been contained the advance to victory began on 8 August with the Battle of Amiens, continued on a broadening front with the Second Battles of the Somme and/or Arras and in September, extended to the Ypres Salient.  The advance swiftly gathered momentum and by the day of the armistice the front line ran fifty miles or more eastward of the starting points.
  Nearly 750,000 Commonwealth soldiers, sailors and airmen died on the Western Front - 200,000 in Belgium and over 500,000 in France.  They are commemorated upon headstones marking graves in over 1,000 war cemeteries and 2,000 civil cemeteries, or on one of the six memorials in Belgium and twenty in France, which carry the names of more than 300,000 who have no known grave.". Image.

32Map of the Ovillers area of France, 1916. "2005 Map with Ovillers marked.". "
The Western Front.
  Shows how little ground was won from the initial advance July 1st 1916 until the end of the Battle of the Somme in November 1916 and which cost so many lives.
Frederick Baston was in the 8th Royal Fusiliers, part of the 12th (Eastern) Division which was in the III Corps under the command of Pulteney." Source Image. Citation Image.

33WW1 Frederick Baston, letter requesting amendment to CWGC records 2004. "
Letter from Carol Harmond (nee Baston) in 2004 requesting additional information be added to the official record.". Image.

34WW1, Frederick Baston CWGC Amendment to Records reply. "
The reply to a request to amend the official CWGC record in the entry for Frederick Baston.". Image.

35Ovillers Military Cemetery visit 18th August 2005 by Carol Harmond (nee Baston). "
The small white object at the base of the grave stone is a copy of the family tree starting with Frederick Baston born 1885 through to Adam Luke Baston born 1999 (It was encapsulated to keep out the weather).". "We went from England to France via the Euro Tunnel for the drive to Frederick Baston's grave in Ovillers Cemetery, France." Source Image. Citation Image.

36Coat of Arms - Baston, English Origin (1), Baston surname. "
Family Coat of Arms (from Burke's General Armory) - English Origin.
Shield: Quarterly per fesse indented or and az (Gold & Blue).
Crest:
 Motto: None.
The  family name originated in Poitou, France and the surname traces its ancestral roots back to French origin."
There is also an  Arms of Cornish origin depicting 3 bats on a Silver background. Image.


17. Emma EUESDEN

1Emma Euesden 1885 Hackney (Copy) Birth Certificate, General Register Office, 1886 Hackney 1b/599/March Qtr. "
Hackney No 280, 13 November 1885, 6 Margaret St
Emma, Girl to John Euesden, Labourer & Emma Mary Euesden formerly Knaggs
Informant: Emma Mary Euesden 6 Margaret St
Registered: 7th January 1886.". Image.

2Emma Euesden Original 1885 Birth Certificate, Reg 7/1/1886, 1886/Mar/Hackney/1b/599. "
Hackney No 280, 13 November 1885, 6 Margaret St
Emma, Girl to John Euesden, Labourer & Emma Mary Euesden formerly Knaggs
Informant: Emma Mary Euesden 6 Margaret St
Registered: 7th January 1886."
The reason to not use sellotape to repair certificates as it makes them unreadable after a time.. Image.

3Emma Euesden, 1885, Hackney Wick, London, Baptism Register, Page 124, entry 988, 16 Dec 1885, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm X83/87. "St Mary of Eaton, Hackney Wick, 16th December 1885.
Emma daughter of John & Emma Euesden of 6 Margaret Street, Well Street, labourer." Image.

4Emma Lowry (formerly Baston) nee Euesden 1974 Death Certificate. "
2nd June 1974 Royal Northern Hospital
Emma Lowry (nee Euesden formerly Baston)
Born 30 Nov 1885, Hackney, laundry asst. (retired) widow of Albert Lowry, Wood Machinist, usual address 73 Upper Tollington Park, N4
Cause: Pulmonary embolism due to deep vein thrombosis.". Image.

5Emma Lowry (formerly Baston, nee Euesden) Crematorium 1974. "
Funeral Service Mrs Emma Mary Lowry, Friday 7th June 1974
St Marylebone Crematorium, Finchley, London.". Image.

6Emma Lowry 1974 Cremation Register, Marylebone Crematorium, East Finchley, London, Marylebone Crematorium, Finchley, London, England, Register No. 46200. "
No. 46200 Marylebone Crematorium, 7th June 1974.
Emma Lowry, 73 Upper Tollington Park, London N4, aged 88.
Applicant, Frederick John Baston, 73 Upper Tollington Park, London, N4.
Ashes removed."
Emma Lowry, formerly Euesden, nee Baston.. Image.

7Emma Lowry 1974 Memorial Card. "
In ever Loving Memory of
Emma Mary Lowry
Who passed away 2nd June 1974 aged 88 years.
Creamated at St Marylebone Crematoruim 7th June 1974.". Image.

8John & Emma Euesden, 1891 Census Hackney, London, RG12/207/163/23, 5 Apr 1891, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
64 Chapman Road, Hackney.
John Euesden, head, aged 28, Labourer, born Bow, London
Emma Euesden, wife, aged 27, born Bow, London
John Euesden, don, aged 8, scholar, born Hackney, London
Emma Euesden, daughter, aged 6, scholar, born Hackney, London." Image.

9John (Jack) & Emma Eusden, 1901 Census Holmbrook St, Hackney, RG13/220/134/18, 31 Mar 1901, Public Record Office, Kew, London. ".". "
61 Holmbrook St
Jack Eusden head age 38 Bricklayers labourer, born Haggerstone
Emma Eusden wife age 38 born Shoreditch
John Eusden son age 18 Printing Machine Minder
Emma Eusden daughter age 15 born Hackney
Alice Eusden daughter age 9  born Hackney
Susan Eusden daughter age 7 born Homerton
Lizzie Eusden daughter age 4  born Homerton." Image.

10Emma Lowry (formerly Baston) ne Eusden. Image.

11Photo of a young girl found in the possessions of Emma Lowry. "
Emma Lowry's mother or perhaps Emma as a young girl?.". Image.

12Group of men photo found in Emma Lowry possessions, possibly her father?, 2006. "
Could this picture include her father?.". Image.

13Frederick & Emma Baston 1911 census, Hackney, London, 2 Apr 1911, National Archives, Kew, London, England, RG14PN1163_RG78PN38_RD11_SD5_ED24_SN393. "
27 Valentine Road - 2 rooms.
Frederick Baston head age 25, married 2 years, wood machinist, camera maker born South Hackney.
Emmy Baston wife age 25, married 2 years.
Frederick John Baston son age under 1 month born South Hackney." Image.

14Lizzie Reddin & Emma Lowry with Martyn Baston (taken about 1956). Image.

15Emma Lowry (formerly Baston) ne Euesden. "Getting some sun and keeping out of the wind. Place and date not known.". Image.


8. Alice Emily BASTON

1Alice Emily Baston 1913 Hackney Birth Certificate, 1913 Dec Qtr, Hackney 1b 752 Dec Qtr. "
Hackney, London No 478
29 August 1913, 10 Daubeney Road, Homerton
Alice Emily to Frederick Baston photographic camera maker &- Emma Baston formerly Euesden
Registered 3 October 1913.". Image.

2Alice Emily Baston 1914 Death Certificate, Jun 1914. "
No 82 South East Hackney, 25 June 1914 Hackney Union Infirmary.
Alice Emily Baston Female aged 9 months
of 10 Daubeney Road daughter of Fredk Baston Wood Porter
Cause: Septic Pemphigus & Supremia
Informant: E Baston, Mother
Registered: 26 June 1914.". Image.

3Alice Emily Baston 1914 Memorial Card. "
In Loving Memory of Alice Emily Baston who died 25 June 1914 aged 9 months.  Interred in Chingford Cemetery.". Image.


18. Percy Charles MAY

1Percy Charles May 1883 Islington Birth Certificate, 1b/333/June 1883 Islington No 206. "
Islington East, No 206, 5th March 1883, 7 Lampeter Street
Percy Charles May, Boy
Father: Percy May, House Painter, Mother: Mary Ann May, formerly Brodie
Residence: 7 Lampeter St, Islington, Registered: 14th April 1883.". Image.

2Percy Charles May, 1883, Islington, London, Baptism Register, Page 193, entry 1544, 8 Mar 1883, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
Rosemary Mission, St Matthew's Church, 6th May 1883.
Percy Charles son to Percy & Mary Ann May of 7 Lampeter Street, painter." Image.

3Percy Charles May 1838 Edmonton Death Certificate, 1838/Mar/Edmonton/3a/768. "
Hornsey, Edmonton No 347, 4th January 1938, 8 Marquis Road, Hornsey.
Percy Charles May age 54 years house decorator and journeyman.
Cause, a/ Gastric & vesical haemorrage & nephritus. b/ Bronchitis.
Informant, C L May, daughter present at death of 8 Marquis Road, Stroud Green.". Image.

4Percy Charles May 1883 - 1938 Memorial Card, 1938. "
In Loving Memory of Perch Charles May who passed away 4th January 1938 Aged 54 Years.  Laid to Rest at Abney Park Cemetery.  R/N52863.
Abney Park Cemetery Index,
May, Percy Charles 07 Jan 1938 age 54y, Burial 162865, Section L09, Index 8S02.". Image.

5Percy May & Clara Brown Fisher 1909 Marriage Certificate, 1909/Jun/Shoreditch/1c/161. "
No 312 St Anne's Church, Hoxton, April 11 1909
Percy Charles May, aged 26, Bachelor, Decorator, 11 Pimlico Walk
Father: Percy May, Decorator.
Clara Brown Fisher, aged 20, Spinster, 11 Pimlico Walk.
Father: William Fisher, Fish Salesman.
Witnesses: Wilfred Charles Carter & Ethel Ellen May.
Registrar: Tucheson Butcher.". Image.

6Percy & Rose May, 1891 Census Islington, London, RG12/170/62/47, 5 Apr 1891, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
4 Lampeter St, Islington
Percy May, Head, aged 25, Painter, born Bromley Kent
Rose May, Wife, aged 23, born St Luke, London
Percy May, Son, aged 8 born Islington." Image.

7Charles May (Percy Charles?), 1901 Census Hackney, London, RG13/222/115/40, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
71 Ridley Road, Hackney
Charles May age 18 Cork Cutter born Islington."
This is probably Percy Charles May just using his second name. Image.

8Percy & Clara May, 1911 census Islington, London, RG14PN912_RG78PN32_RD10_SD6_ED10_SN260, 2 Apr 1911, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
1 Rosemary Street, Islington - 1 room.
Percy Charles May, head, age 28, married 2 years, licenced pedlar born Islington.
Clara Jennie May wife age 23, married 2 years born St Lukes, London.
Clara Lilian May daughter age 19 months born City Road or St Lukes." Image.

9Percy & Clara Jane May with Doris, Annie & Rose and Cath Dixon. "
Left to right
back row Percy, Clara Lilian (Doris) & Clara May
Front row, Cath Dixon, Annie May & Rose May.". Image.

10Coat of Arms - May, English origin (www.houseofnames.com), May surname. "
Shield: Red with a gold horizontal stripe between eight gold squares.
Crest: A leopard's head emerging from a crown.
Motto: None.
  The May family name dates back to 1066 when the Norman Conquest of England introduced a plethora of new names and words into Britain. It comes from an early member of the family who was a person born or baptized in the month of May. The name May is derived from the Old French word mai, which has cognates in the other European languages that were all derived from the Latin word Maius. This name was also a nickname for a person with a particularly sunny disposition or a person who had an anecdotal connection with the month of May. Often this connection would be the time that feudal obligations were owed. Nicknames, such as May, that described the time or season of the birth, baptism or conversion of the original bearer were frequently adopted in the medieval era. Additionally, numerous nicknames referred to various religious festivals, medieval name days, or the particular day of the week when feudal services were fulfilled.
   Spelling variations include: May, Mai, Maye and others.  First found in Sussex where they were anciently seated as Lords of the manor of Faunt." Image.

11Coat of Arms - May, German origin (www.houseofnames.com), May surname. "
German Origin.
The Shield: Blue background with a silver tower.
The Crest: Five ostrich feathers.
The motto:  None.
  The German surname may first emerged in the Rhineland, and means, simply, "May." The name was most likely originally borne by someone who was either born in the month of May or particularly fond of the spring.
  Spelling variations include: May, Mai, Mais, Maye, Mey, de May, du May, Maya and many more.  First found in the Rhineland, where this family was a prominent contributor to the development of the district from ancient times." Image.


19. Clara Jane BROWN FISHER

1Clara Jane Brown Fisher 1888 Holborn Birth Certificate, 1888 Holborn 1b/792/Dec. "
No 183 Holborn, 22 Sept 1888
Clara Jane Brown, 19 Gt Arthur St, Islington
Father: William Fisher, Fish Porter
Mother: Tessie Catherine Fisher late Brown formerly Jordan
Abode: 19 Gt Arthur St.". Image.

2Clara Jane May 1963 Wood Green Death Certificate, 1963/Dec/Wood Green/5f/522. "
No 362 Hornsey, 18th December 1963, 6 Oxford Road, Stroud Green.
Clara Jane May age 75 years widow of Percry Charles May, builder & decorator.
Infomant, Tessie R Whiting, daughter, present at death of 6 Oxford Road, N4, 19th December 1963.". Image.

3Jessy C Fisher & children, 1891 Census Finsbury, London, RG12/233/118/18, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
4 Baltic Place, Finsbury
Tessy C Fisher, head, M, age 36 Mantle Machinist born City
Tessy Brown daughter age 14 scholar born St Lukes
Alfred Brown son age 12 scholar born St Lukes
Clara Fisher daughter age 2 born St Lukes." Image.

4George & Jessy Devenport with Clara Brown & Alfred Brown, 1901 Census Hoxton, London, RG13/272/45/17, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
27 Fairbank St, Hoxton.
George Devenport Head age 24 Furnace Stoker born Islington
Jessy Devenport Wife age 23 Shirt Presser born St Lukes
Jessy Devenport daughter age 1 born Pentonville
Alfred (Thomas) Brown age 24 Electrical Engineer born St Lukes
Clara Brown s-in-law age 12 born St Lukes
(living with sister Jessy)." Image.

5Percy & Clara May, 1911 census Islington, London, RG14PN912_RG78PN32_RD10_SD6_ED10_SN260, 2 Apr 1911, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
1 Rosemary Street, Islington - 1 room.
Percy Charles May, head, age 28, married 2 years, licenced pedlar born Islington.
Clara Jennie May wife age 23, married 2 years born St Lukes, London.
Clara Lilian May daughter age 19 months born City Road or St Lukes." Image.

6Clara Jane May and children about 1917. "
Clara Jane May with children (back row, left to right) Arthur, Clara Lillian, (front row, left to right) Charles & Annie inscribed on the reverse " My mum, Doris, Me, Arthur, Ann" found in the possessions of Charlie May.". Image.

7Clara Jane May with daughters Rose & Clara Lilian about 1935. "
left to right - Tesse Rosina (Rose), Clara Jane & Clara Lilian (Doris).". Image.

8Clara Lilian Baston and son Roger with mother Clara Jane May 1946. Image.

9Clara Jane May about 1950. "
Taken in her room at 6 Oxford Road, Finsbury Park where she livedwith her daughter Ronnie (Tessie Rosina) and son-in-law George Whiting.". Image.

10Clara Jane May abt 1955. Image.

116 Oxford Road, London N4, Clara Jane May, 1958/1963, CAH Image DSCF7718. "
Where George & Ronnie Whiting and Nan May lived.". "
Where Nan May lived until her death in 1963." Image.


9. Charles George William MAY

1Charles (Charlie) George William May 1911 Islington Birth Certificate, 22 Aug 1911, 1911/Sep/1b/563/Islington. "
No 256 2nd July 1911, Islington South East
Charles George William, Boy
Place: 42 Baring Steet, Islington
Father: Percy Charles May, Licensed Hawker
Mother: Clara May formerly Brown
Registered: 22 August 1911
Registrar: T Lambert.". Image.

2Charles George May 1911 - 1996 Death Certificate. "
Southend on Sea, Essex
10 April 1996, Southend Hospital
Charles George William May male
Born 2nd July 1911 Islington, Toolmaker, 27 Bucklingham House, 3 Salisbury Avenue, Westcliff on Sea
Informant: David Percy May Son 47 Brightwell Avenue Westcliff on Sea.
Cause: Hypostatic bronchopneumonia, Immobility & Cerabrovascular event.
Certified by: B Benjamin MD
Date of registration: Twelth April 1996.". Image.

3Charles May & Catherine Dixon Wedding Photo 1937. "
Left to Right
Clara Lilian Baston (May), Frederick Baston, Charles May, Catherine Dixon, Anne May, Rose (Ronnie) May.  Children unknown.". Image.

4Charles & Cath with Carol & Derek and Anne May. "
Left to right
Anne May, Catherine May (Dixon) Carol May, Charlie May and in front Derek May.". Image.

5Charlie, Cath & son Derek May with Martyn Baston abt 1960. "
Doris, Cath & Charlie with Derek May (left) & Martyn Baston (right).". Image.

6Charlie, Cath, David & Derek May abt 1962. "
Left to Right
Charles, Cath, David with Derek in front.". Image.

7Victoria Road, Stroud Green, London, N4. "
Where Charlie, Kath & family lived before they moved to Southend, they lived at number 1.". Image.


9. Percy Arthur Alexander MAY

1Percy Arthur Alexander May 1913 Hackney Birth Certificate, 1913/Sep/Hackney/1b/683. "
No 141 Hackney 15 June 1913, 114 Matthias Road
Percy Arthur Alexander, boy, of Percy Charles May, painter & Clara Jane May formerly Brown
Informant: C May mother.". Image.

2Percy Arthur Alexander May 1987 Death GRO, Nov 1987/Islington/13/1419. "aged 74, born 15th June 1913.".

3R May 1959 entry in Telephone Book (ancestry.co.uk). "
May R 33 Granville Rd N4 MOUntvw 5085."
(R May is Rose May, entry in Arthurs wife's name). Image.

4Arthur (Percy) & Rose May. Image.


9. Annie Mabel MAY

1Annie May 1915 Hackney Birth Certificate, 1915/Sep/Hackney/1b/762. "
No 457, 28th June 1915, 111 Balls Pond Road, Kingsland
Annie Mabel, girl to Percy Charles May, House Painter & Clara Jane May formerly Brown.  Inf: C J May, mother.". Image.

2Annie Mabel Barton nee May 2005 Death Certificate. "
22 March 2005, Highams Court, 1 Friars Close Chingford
Anne Mabel Barton formerly May, born 28 June 1915 Widow of George Barton, meat buyer.
Informant Martyn John Baston, nephew
Cause: Pneumonia and Alzheimers Disease.". Image.

3George Barton & Annie May Wedding photo 1945. "
Left to Right
?,?,?.?.George Barton, Anne May, Rose May, Clara Jane May, Charlie May with David May in the foreground as page boy.". Image.

4George Barton & Annie May Wedding (1945). "
Marriage of George Barton & Annie May 1945.". Image.

5George & Annie Barton abt 1975. Image.


9. Tessie Rosina MAY

1Tessie Rosina May (Ronnie) 1919 Shoreditch Birth Certificate, 1919/Sep/Islington/1b/442. "
No 42 19th July 1919 3 Canonbury Avenue, Islington
Tessie Rosina, girl to Percy Charles May, Builder's Labourer & Sarah (? Clara) Jane May formerly Fisher.
Inf: S J May, mother."
Info from Barbara Whiting daughter of Tessie Rosina Whiting (nee May)
"I have a small version of mums birth certificate which says the
registration District was Islington, - sub-district Islington South East.
It is registered Tessie Rosina May 19.7.1919 - issued on 28th Jan 1963."
. Image.

2Tessie Rosina Whiting 1977 Islington Death GRO, 1977/Dec/Islington/13/1617. "
Whiting, Tessie Rosina born 19 July 1919, death 1977 Dec qtr Islington 13/1617.".

36 Oxford Road, London N4, Ronnie May, 1960/1977, CAH Image DSCF7718. "
Where George & Ronnie Whiting and Nan May lived.". "
Where Ronnie lived until her death in 1977." Image.

4Ronnie & George Whiting with Clara Baston abt 1960. Image.

5Roy Whiting & Shirley's wedding abt 1970. "
Roy & Shirley with both sets of parents, Ronnie & George Whiting & ?.". "George & Ronnie Whiting at Roy & Shirley's wedding." Image.

6Barbara Whiting & Simon Wedding abt 1970. "
Left to Right:
George Whiting, Simon, Barbara Whiting, Ronnie Whiting.". "George & Ronnie (Rose May) Whiting at Simon & Barbara's wedding." Image.


20. James Charles BISSETT

1James Charles Bissett 1886 Islington Birth Certificate, 1886/Sep/1b/278/Islington, 1886, 1886/Sep/Islington/1b/278. "
No 360 Islington, 11th June 1886, 5 Warner Street
James Charles, boy to James Charles Bissett, Artificial Florist & Ann Bissett formerly Adney
Informant: A Bissett, mother 5 Warner Street, Registered 19th July 1886.". Image.

2James Charles Bissett & Martha Housden 1909 Marriage Certificate, 1909/Sep/3a/1012/Edmonton. "
No347 St Peter's Church, Hornsey, Aug 29 1909
James Charles Bissett age 23, Printer & Martha Elizabeth Housden age 20, both of 92 Hornsey Park Road
Fathers: James Charles Bissett, Printer & George Housden, Market Gardener
Witnesses:Thomas Austin & Ernest Fry.". Image.

3James & Annie Bissett, 1891 Census Islington, London, RG12/160/45/11, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
47 Barbara Street, Islington.
James C Bissett Head age 30 Artificial Florist born Poplar London.
Annie Bissett Wife age 34 Artificial Florist born Barnsbury London.
James C Bissett son age 4 scholar born Barnsbury London.
William H Bissett son age 2 scholar born Barnsbury London." Image.

4James & Annie Bissett, 1901 Census p5 Wood Green, London, RG13/1259/121/5, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
179 Hornsey Park Road.
James Bissett Head M age 43 Stereotyper born (On the High Seas)?
(cont on p6)." Image.

5James & Annie Bissett, 1901 Census p6 Wood Green, London, RG13/1259/121/6, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
(p6 cont from p 5)
Annie Wife age 45 born Islington
James son age 14 Stereotyper born Islington
William son age 12 born Islington
George son age 9 born Islington." Image.

6James & Martha Bissett wedding 1909. "
James Bissett & Martha Housden on their wedding day.". Image.

7James Bissett & Martha Housden family group, Wedding Day 1909. "
Family group on their Wedding Day.". Image.

8James & Martha Bissett, 1911 census, Haringey, London, RG14PN7286_RG78PN355_RD132_SD3_ED9_SN325, 2 Apr 1911, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
29 Rowley Road, Haringey - 3 rooms.
James Bissett head age 24 stereotyper general printer born Holloway, London.
Martha Bissett wife age 21 married 1 years, 1 child only, none died, born Biggleswade, Bedfordshire.
George James Bissett son age 7 months born Haringey." Image.

9James & Martha Bissett 1943 Letchworth. Image.

10James & Martha Bissett in 1956. "
James & Martha Bissett enjoying some sunshine in 1956.". Image.

11James Charles Bissett with his pigeons. Image.


21. Martha Elizabeth HOUSDEN

1Martha Elizabeth Housden 1890 Biggleswade Birth Certificate, General Register Office, 1890/Mar/Biggleswade/3b/343 . "
No 314, Biggleswade, 1st December 1889, Back Street, Biggleswade.
Martha Elizabeth to George & Sarah Ann Housden, formerly Brittain, general labourer.
Informant, Sarah Ann Housden (x) mother, Back Street, 7th January 1890.". Image.

2Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, St Andrew's Church, Martha Housden, 1890. "
The church where Martha was probably baptised." Image.

3George & Sarah Housden, 1891 Census Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, RG12/1257/10/13, 5 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Back Street, Biggleswade.
George Housden head age 43 Road Labourer born Biggleswade.
Sarah Housden wife age 38 born Gamblingay.
Rueben son age 15 Agricultural born Biggleswade.
Kate daughter age 14 scholar born Biggleswade.
Gertrude daughter age 10 scholar born Biggleswade.
Albert son age 8 born Biggleswade.
Arthur son age 6 born Biggleswade.
Martha daughter age 1 born Biggleswade." Image.

4Sarah Housden, 1901 Census Hornsey, London, RG13/1241/169/19, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
35 St Mary's Hill, Hornsey.
Sarah A Housden head, married, age 46 no occupation born Gamblingay, Hunts.
Albert G son age 17 Labourer born Biggleswade.
Arthur W son age 15 Labourer born Biggleswade.
Martha E daughter age 11 School born Biggleswade." Image.

5James & Martha Bissett, 1911 census, Haringey, London, RG14PN7286_RG78PN355_RD132_SD3_ED9_SN325, 2 Apr 1911, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
29 Rowley Road, Haringey - 3 rooms.
James Bissett head age 24 stereotyper general printer born Holloway, London.
Martha Bissett wife age 21 married 1 years, 1 child only, none died, born Biggleswade, Bedfordshire.
George James Bissett son age 7 months born Haringey." Image.

6Thomas Housden 1725 Pedigree Chart (courtesy Nick Jackson, a descendant), Martha Housden.   ~ Email - nickm.jackson@sky.com. Image.


10. George J BISSETT

1George J Bissett 1910 Edmonton Birth GRO, 1910/Dec/Edmonton/3a/481.

2George Bissett & Little Rene's wedding day. "
left to right
Rene Bissett, Harry Bissett, George Bissett, Little Rene, ???, Rita Bissett.". Image.

3James & Martha Bissett, 1911 census, Haringey, London, RG14PN7286_RG78PN355_RD132_SD3_ED9_SN325, 2 Apr 1911, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
29 Rowley Road, Haringey - 3 rooms.
James Bissett head age 24 stereotyper general printer born Holloway, London.
Martha Bissett wife age 21 married 1 years, 1 child only, none died, born Biggleswade, Bedfordshire.
George James Bissett son age 7 months born Haringey." Image.

4George & Rene Bissett with Rita & Den Morphew. "
Marked on the reverse "George, Rene, Rita, Den at Overcoat 1965".". Image.


10. Leonard A BISSETT

1Leonard A Bissett 1912 Edmonton Birth GRO, 1912/Jun/Edmonton/3a/1063.


10. Harry T BISSETT

1Harry T Bissett 1916 Edmonton Birth GRO, 1916/Mar/Edmonton/3a/943.


10. Rita W BISSETT

1Rita W Bissett 1925 Edmonton Birth GRO, 1925/Dec/Edmonton/3a/743.

2Rita, Den and son Steve Morphew.

3James & Martha Bissett with Rita & Den Morphew 1970. "
Ivy's home in West Mersea.". Image.


22. Thomas John BOWKER

1Thomas John Bowker 1892 Islington Birth Certificate, 1892/Sep/1b/257/Islington, 1892, 1892/Sep/1b/257/Islington. "
No 243 Islington, 15th August 1892, 17 Andover Road
Thomas John, boy to Edwin Bowker, Railway Porter & Louisa Bowker formerly Waters.
Informant: L Bowker, mother, 17 Andover Road, Registered 28 Sept 1892.". Image.

2Thomas John Bowker, 1891, Upper Holloway, London, Baptism Register, Page 98, entry 741, 7 Sep 1892, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Paul's Church, Upper Holloway, 7th September 1892.
Thomas John of Edwin & Louisa Bowker of 17 Andover Road, porter." Image.

3WW1 Casualty details T Bowker S/25055, Rifleman, 7th Btn Rifle Bridgade, www.cwgc.org. "
T Bowker S/25055, 7th Btn Rifle Brigade
Husband of L Bowker of 7 Gladstone St, Hornsey Rd, London
Commonwealth War Dead.  Grave Ref: II.J.16
Cemetery: Duisan British Cemetery, Etrun.". Image.

4Thomas John Bowker & Lottie Louisa Hayward 1915 Islington Marriage Certificate, 1915/Mar/Islington/1b/565. "
No196 Islington, 16th March 1915
Thomas John Bowker age 22 Greengrocer & Lottie Louisa Hayward age 23 both of 35 Mitford Road
Fathers: Edward Bowker, Tram Car Washer & John Hayward, Roadsman.
Witnesses: Emily Hayward & J Hayward.". Image.

5Edwin & Louisa Bowker, 1901 Census Islington, London, RG13/167/57/2, 30 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
10 Andover Rd, Islington, St Marks
Edwin Bowker Head age 41 Labourer born Dartmoor
Louisa Bowker Wife age 37 born Battersea
Frederick son age 11 born Holloway
Thomas son age 8 born Holloway
Mabel daughter age 6 born Holloway
Albert son age 2 born Holloway." Image.

6WW1 Medal Card Pvte S/25055 Pte Thomas Bowker. "
Bowker Thomas
Rif Brig Pte S/25055
Victory: Roll M/1023/23 Page 3061
British: Roll M/1023/23 Page 3061.". Image.

7WW1 British Medal 1914 - 1918 Great War, 1914/1918. "
Obverse & reverse sides of the British War Medal
  This medal commemorates some of the bloodiest battles that have ever been fought by British & Commonwealth troops. The medal was instituted by King George V in 1919 to mark the end of the First World War and record the service given. Although the First World War ended in 1918, the qualification period was extended to cover post-war mine clearance and service in Russia during 1919-20.A total of approximately 6,500,000 silver medals were issued.
   This medal was issued to Army personnel who either entered a theatre of war on duty or who left their place of residence and rendered approved service overseas, other than the waters dividing the different parts of the UK, between 4 August 1914 and 11 November 1918."
  Engraved on the edge with the recipients service number, rank, name and unit.. "
Awarded to Thomas John Bowker for service WW!, France." Image.

8WW1 Victory Medal 1914 - 1919, 1914/1916. "
  The Medal was instituted in 1919 to commemorate the victory of the Allies over the Central Powers.  It was resolved that each of the Allies should issue a Victory Medal to their own nationals.  All the issues would have the common obverse of a picture of Victory.
 Approximately 5.725,000 medals were issued.  Those personnel who gained a MID between 4th August 1914 & 10th August 1920 wore the oak leaf on the medals ribbon as illustrated in the picture."
  Engraved on the edge with the recipients service number, rank, name and unit.. "
Awarded to Thomas John Bowker for service in WW1, France." Image.

9Coat of Arms - Bowker (www.houseofnames.com). "
Sheild: Silver with a diagonal stripe between two blue eagles.
Crest: A lion rampant on a tower.
Motto: None.
Origin Displayed: English.
Spelling variations include: Bowker, Bowcher, Boucher and others. First found in Lincolnshire. They were originally from Beaucir in Calvados in Normandy, and arrived in England with Duke William in 1066." Image.


23. Lottie Louisa HAYWARD

1Lottie Louisa Hayward 1891 Islington Birth Certificate, 1891/Mar/Islington/1b/260. "
No 47, 12th February 1891, 121 Grove Road
Lottie Louisa, girl to John Hayward, General Dealer and Emily Hayward formerly Wilson.
Inf: E Hayward, mother 121 Grove Road, 20th March 1891.". Image.

2Lottie Louisa Benjamin 1985 Islington Death GRO, 1985/Jul/Islington/13/1242. "aged 94, born 12th February 1891."
Ne Hayward formerly Bowker.

3John & Emily Hayward, 1891 census, Islington, London, RG12/148/42/35, 5 Apr 1891, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
121 Grove Road, Holloway.
John Haywood head age 31 greengrocer born Holloway.
Emily Haywood wife age 27 born Holloway.
Bertie Haywood son age 3 born Holloway.
Lottie Haywood daughter age 2 months born Holloway."
indexed as Hayford on ancestry.co.uk. Image.

4John & Emily Haywood, 1901 Census Holloway, Islington, London, RG13/164/52/65, 31 Mar 1901, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
126 C[T]ottenham Road.
John Haywood head age 43 Roadman born Islington.
Emily Haywood wife age 38 born Barnsbury
Bertie Haywood son age 13 born Holloway.
Lottie Haywood daughter age 11 born Holloway.
Ernest Haywood son age 6 born Holloway.
Martha Haywood daughter age 4 born Holloway." Image.

5Lottie Benjamin (formerly Bowker ne Hayward) and sister Ada. Image.

6Lottie Louise Bowker (ne Hayward) & Frederick Benjamin Wedding. Image.

7Lottle Benjamin (formerly Bowker ne Hayward) & daughter Doll 1995. Image.

8Coat of Arms - Hayward, www.houseofnames.com. "
HAYWARD Shield: Silver on a black diagonal stripe three gold fleur de lis, and a gold lion on a black stripe at the top.
HAYWARD Crest: A lion emerging from a crown holding a fleur de lis.
HAYWARD Motto: None
The ancestors of the hayward family brought their name to England in the wave of migration after the Norman Conquest of 1066. The name hayward is for a person who was in charge of protecting an enclosed forest from damage by vandals, animals, and poachers. The name was originally derived from the Old English haye, which meant enclosure.
Spelling variations include: Hayward, Heyward, Haward, Haywood, Heywood and others.
First found in Gloucestershire where they were seated from very early times and were granted lands by Duke William of Normandy, their liege Lord, for their distinguished assistance at the Battle of Hastings in 1066 A.D.". Image.


24. Joshua PEGRUM

1Joshua Pegrum 1854 Epping Birth Certificate, 1854/Sept/4a/44/Epping, Nazeing, Essex. "
No 157 Epping, 12 August 1854 Lower Town Nazeing.
Joshua, boy to Samuel Pegrum Farmer & Ann Pegrum formerly Bailes.
Informant: Samuel Pegrum, Father Lower Town.
Registered: 22 August 1854.". Image.

2Joshua Pegrum 1940 Epping Death GRO, 1940/Dec/Epping/4a/704. "aged 86.".

3Joshua Pegrum & Laura Annie Lipson 1879 Marriage Certificate, 1879 West Ham 4a/171/Dec Qtr. "
No 70 The Non conformist New Chapel Walthamstow
Joshua Pegrum age 25 Grocer Wood Street Walthamstow
Laura Annie Lipson age 20 6 Pembroke Road Walthamstow
Fathers: Samuel Pegrum Farmer & George Henry Lipson Solicitors Clerk
Witnesses: George Pegrum & Florence Alberta Lipson.". Image.

4Samuel & Ann Pegrum, 1861 Census p8, Nennets, Nazeing, Essex, RG9/1064/136/8, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
(cont from p7)
Alfred Pegrum son age 22 Carpenter born Nazeing
Reuth daughter age 16 Dairy Maid
Samuel son age 15
Susannah daughter age 13 scholar
George son age 11 scholar
Caleb son age 9 scholar
Joshua son age 6.". Image.

5All Saints Church, Nazeing, Essex. "
Where most of the early Pegrums were baptised.
  This Church was the one permanent building dating back to Roman times to be rebuilt as age and weather weakened it and to eventually rise again in the l2th century, a portion of which edifice is embodied in actual material in the existing nave, although it had to be again largely rebuilt in the l5h century.". "The Font, All Saints Church, Nazeing." Source Image. Citation Image.

6Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1881 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG11/1732/?/22, 3 Apr 1881, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
106 Wood Street, Walthamstow
Joshua Pegrum head age 26 Grocer born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 21 born Clapton, Middx
Ethel Pegrum daughter age 4mths born Walthamstow." Image.

7Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1891 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG12/1355/127/1, 5 Apr 1891, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
4 Wood St, Walthamstow
Joshua Pegrum head age 36 Baker/Confectioner born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 31 born Clapton, Middx
Ethel daughter age 10 scholar born Walthamstow
May daughter age 8
Ebenezer son age 6
Elsie daughter age 4
Nellie daughter age 3
Ronald son age 1 born Walthamston." Image.

8Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1901 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG13/1629/112/41, 31 Mar 1901, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
163 Wood St
Joshua Pegrum head age 46 Baker/Confectioner born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 41 born Clapton
Ethel daughter age 20 Music Teacher born Walthamstow
May daughter age 18 born Walthamstow
Ebenezer son age 16 Baker Journeyman born Walthamstow
Elsie daughter age 14 born Walthamstow
Nellie daughter age 13 born Walthamstow
Ronald son age 11 born Walthamstow
Winifred daughter age 6 born Walthamstow." Image.

9Joshua & Laura Pegrum 1928 (Pegrum family album). Image.


25. Laura Annie LIPSON

1Laura Annie Lipson 1859 Hackney Birth GRO, 1859/Jun/Hackney/1b/294.

2Laura Annie Lipson 1942 Bishops Stortford Death GRO, 1942/Mar/B Stortford/3a/1650. "aged 82.".

3George & Annie Lipson, 1861 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG9/1061/127/48, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Union Road, Walthamstow
George Lipson head age 28 Solicitors Clerk born Chelsea
Annie Lipson wife age 28 born Stoke Newington
Laura Lipson daughter age 1 born Clapton." Image.

4George & Annie Lipson, 1871 Census p72 Walthamstow, Essex, RG10/1636/125/72, 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Pembroke Road North
George Lipson head age 38 Sol(icitors) Mang(ing) Clerk born Chelsea
Annie Lipson wife age 36 born Stoke Newington
Laurie A Lipson daughter age 11 scholar born Upper Clapton
George E Lipson son age 9 scholar born Walthamstow
Florence Lipson daughter age 7 scholar born Walthamstow
Amy Lipson daughter age 5 scholar born Walthamstow
(cont p73)."
listed under "Lysson" on ancestry.co.uk. Image.

5Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1881 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG11/1732/?/22, 3 Apr 1881, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
106 Wood Street, Walthamstow
Joshua Pegrum head age 26 Grocer born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 21 born Clapton, Middx
Ethel Pegrum daughter age 4mths born Walthamstow." Image.

6Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1891 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG12/1355/127/1, 5 Apr 1891, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
4 Wood St, Walthamstow
Joshua Pegrum head age 36 Baker/Confectioner born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 31 born Clapton, Middx
Ethel daughter age 10 scholar born Walthamstow
May daughter age 8
Ebenezer son age 6
Elsie daughter age 4
Nellie daughter age 3
Ronald son age 1 born Walthamston." Image.

7Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1901 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG13/1629/112/41, 31 Mar 1901, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
163 Wood St
Joshua Pegrum head age 46 Baker/Confectioner born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 41 born Clapton
Ethel daughter age 20 Music Teacher born Walthamstow
May daughter age 18 born Walthamstow
Ebenezer son age 16 Baker Journeyman born Walthamstow
Elsie daughter age 14 born Walthamstow
Nellie daughter age 13 born Walthamstow
Ronald son age 11 born Walthamstow
Winifred daughter age 6 born Walthamstow." Image.

8Joshua & Laura Pegrum Golden Wedding 1929 (Pegrum family album). Image.


12. Ethel Annie PEGRUM

1Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1881 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG11/1732/?/22, 3 Apr 1881, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
106 Wood Street, Walthamstow
Joshua Pegrum head age 26 Grocer born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 21 born Clapton, Middx
Ethel Pegrum daughter age 4mths born Walthamstow." Image.

2Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1891 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG12/1355/127/1, 5 Apr 1891, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
4 Wood St, Walthamstow
Joshua Pegrum head age 36 Baker/Confectioner born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 31 born Clapton, Middx
Ethel daughter age 10 scholar born Walthamstow
May daughter age 8
Ebenezer son age 6
Elsie daughter age 4
Nellie daughter age 3
Ronald son age 1 born Walthamston." Image.

3Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1901 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG13/1629/112/41, 31 Mar 1901, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
163 Wood St
Joshua Pegrum head age 46 Baker/Confectioner born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 41 born Clapton
Ethel daughter age 20 Music Teacher born Walthamstow
May daughter age 18 born Walthamstow
Ebenezer son age 16 Baker Journeyman born Walthamstow
Elsie daughter age 14 born Walthamstow
Nellie daughter age 13 born Walthamstow
Ronald son age 11 born Walthamstow
Winifred daughter age 6 born Walthamstow." Image.


12. May Amy PEGRUM

1Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1891 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG12/1355/127/1, 5 Apr 1891, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
4 Wood St, Walthamstow
Joshua Pegrum head age 36 Baker/Confectioner born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 31 born Clapton, Middx
Ethel daughter age 10 scholar born Walthamstow
May daughter age 8
Ebenezer son age 6
Elsie daughter age 4
Nellie daughter age 3
Ronald son age 1 born Walthamston." Image.

2Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1901 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG13/1629/112/41, 31 Mar 1901, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
163 Wood St
Joshua Pegrum head age 46 Baker/Confectioner born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 41 born Clapton
Ethel daughter age 20 Music Teacher born Walthamstow
May daughter age 18 born Walthamstow
Ebenezer son age 16 Baker Journeyman born Walthamstow
Elsie daughter age 14 born Walthamstow
Nellie daughter age 13 born Walthamstow
Ronald son age 11 born Walthamstow
Winifred daughter age 6 born Walthamstow." Image.


12. Elsie Laura PEGRUM

1Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1891 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG12/1355/127/1, 5 Apr 1891, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
4 Wood St, Walthamstow
Joshua Pegrum head age 36 Baker/Confectioner born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 31 born Clapton, Middx
Ethel daughter age 10 scholar born Walthamstow
May daughter age 8
Ebenezer son age 6
Elsie daughter age 4
Nellie daughter age 3
Ronald son age 1 born Walthamston." Image.

2Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1901 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG13/1629/112/41, 31 Mar 1901, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
163 Wood St
Joshua Pegrum head age 46 Baker/Confectioner born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 41 born Clapton
Ethel daughter age 20 Music Teacher born Walthamstow
May daughter age 18 born Walthamstow
Ebenezer son age 16 Baker Journeyman born Walthamstow
Elsie daughter age 14 born Walthamstow
Nellie daughter age 13 born Walthamstow
Ronald son age 11 born Walthamstow
Winifred daughter age 6 born Walthamstow." Image.


12. Nellie Ruth PEGRUM

1Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1891 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG12/1355/127/1, 5 Apr 1891, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
4 Wood St, Walthamstow
Joshua Pegrum head age 36 Baker/Confectioner born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 31 born Clapton, Middx
Ethel daughter age 10 scholar born Walthamstow
May daughter age 8
Ebenezer son age 6
Elsie daughter age 4
Nellie daughter age 3
Ronald son age 1 born Walthamston." Image.

2Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1901 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG13/1629/112/41, 31 Mar 1901, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
163 Wood St
Joshua Pegrum head age 46 Baker/Confectioner born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 41 born Clapton
Ethel daughter age 20 Music Teacher born Walthamstow
May daughter age 18 born Walthamstow
Ebenezer son age 16 Baker Journeyman born Walthamstow
Elsie daughter age 14 born Walthamstow
Nellie daughter age 13 born Walthamstow
Ronald son age 11 born Walthamstow
Winifred daughter age 6 born Walthamstow." Image.


12. Ronald James PEGRUM

1Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1891 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG12/1355/127/1, 5 Apr 1891, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
4 Wood St, Walthamstow
Joshua Pegrum head age 36 Baker/Confectioner born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 31 born Clapton, Middx
Ethel daughter age 10 scholar born Walthamstow
May daughter age 8
Ebenezer son age 6
Elsie daughter age 4
Nellie daughter age 3
Ronald son age 1 born Walthamston." Image.

2Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1901 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG13/1629/112/41, 31 Mar 1901, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
163 Wood St
Joshua Pegrum head age 46 Baker/Confectioner born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 41 born Clapton
Ethel daughter age 20 Music Teacher born Walthamstow
May daughter age 18 born Walthamstow
Ebenezer son age 16 Baker Journeyman born Walthamstow
Elsie daughter age 14 born Walthamstow
Nellie daughter age 13 born Walthamstow
Ronald son age 11 born Walthamstow
Winifred daughter age 6 born Walthamstow." Image.


12. Winifred PEGRUM

1Joshua & Laura Pegrum, 1901 Census Walthamstow, Essex, RG13/1629/112/41, 31 Mar 1901, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
163 Wood St
Joshua Pegrum head age 46 Baker/Confectioner born Nazeing
Laura Pegrum wife age 41 born Clapton
Ethel daughter age 20 Music Teacher born Walthamstow
May daughter age 18 born Walthamstow
Ebenezer son age 16 Baker Journeyman born Walthamstow
Elsie daughter age 14 born Walthamstow
Nellie daughter age 13 born Walthamstow
Ronald son age 11 born Walthamstow
Winifred daughter age 6 born Walthamstow." Image.


26. Henry SALE

1Henry Sale 1864 Aylesbury Birth GRO, 1864/Sep/Aylesbury/3a/438.

2Henry Sale 1958 Aylesbury Death GRO, 1958/Dec/Aylesbury/6a/338. "Age 94 (= born 1864).".

3Henry Sale & Louisa Christopher, Dorchester Marriage GR0, 1887/Jun/Dorchester/5a/659. "
Banns called at St Mary's Church, Aylesbury 10th April1887.
Henry Sale bachelor otp & Louisa Christopher spinster of Chiselburn, Dorset.". Image.

4Edward & Emma Sale, 1871 Census p14 Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, RG10/1411/62/14, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Buckingham Street.
(cont from p13).
Harry Sale son age 6 born Aylesbury
Fred Sale son age 4 born Aylesbury
Herbert Sale son age 10 mnths born Aylesbury." Image.

5Edward & Emma Sale, 1881 Census Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, RG11/1472/77/13, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
25 Buckingham St
Edward Sale head age 43 Grocer born Aylesbury
Emma Sale wife age 42 born Aylesbury
Henry Sale son age 16 Carpenter born Aylesbury
Frederick Sale son scholar age 14 born Aylesbury
Herbert Sale son scholar age 10 born Aylesbury
Edward Sale son scholar age 8 born Aylesbury
Robert Sale son scholar age 7 born Aylesbury
John Sale son age 5 scholar born Aylesbury
Ann Sale daughter age 3 born Aylesbury
Mary Sale daughter 7 mnths born Aylesbury." Image.

6Henry & Louisa Sale, 1891 Census Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, RG12/1145/?/8, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
36 New Street
Henry Sale head age 26 Cabinet Maker by Aylesbury
Louisa Sale wife age 30 born Chiselbourne, Dorset
Henry Sale son age 3 born Aylesbury
Maud Sale daughter age 1 born Aylesbury." Image.

7Henry & Louisa Sale, 1901 Census Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, RG13/1355/67/4, 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
21 Buckingham St
Henry Sale head age 36 Cabinet Mkr born Aylesbury
Louisa Sale wife age 39 born Aylesbury
Henry Sale son age 13
Maud Sale daughter age 12
Millie Sale daughter age 8
Charlotte Sale daughter age 5
Emma Sale daughter age 1." Image.

8Henry Sale (Pegrum family album). Image.


27. Louisa CHRISTOPHER

1Louisa Christopher 1860 Dorchester Birth GRO, 1860/Sep/Dorchester/5a/375.

2James & Charlotte Christopher, 1861 Census Cheselborne, Dorset, RG9/1358/79/3, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
James Christopher head age 23 Ag Labouer born Cheselborne
Charlotte Christopher wife age 21 born Cheselborne
Elizabeth Christopher daughter age 1 born Cheselborne
Louisa Christopher daughter age 6 months born Cheselborne." Image.

3James & Charlotte Christopher, 1871 Census Chiselborne, Dorset, RG10/2016/82/3, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Road
James Christopher head age 32 Ag Labourer born Chiselborne
Charlotte Christopher wife age 30 born Chiselborne
Elizabeth Christopher daughter age 11 born Chiselborne
Louisa Christopher daughter age 10 born Chiselborne
Emily Christopher daughter age 7 born Chiselborne
Edna Christopher daughter age 5 born Chiselborne
James Christopher son age 2 months born Chiselborne." Image.

4Louisa Christopher, 1881 Census Lewes, Sussex, RG11/1069/15/24, 3 Apr 1881, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
8 St Ann Crescent
Louisa Christopher serv Unm age 20 General Servant & Domestic born Chiselborne." Image.

5Henry & Louisa Sale, 1891 Census Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, RG12/1145/?/8, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
36 New Street
Henry Sale head age 26 Cabinet Maker by Aylesbury
Louisa Sale wife age 30 born Chiselbourne, Dorset
Henry Sale son age 3 born Aylesbury
Maud Sale daughter age 1 born Aylesbury." Image.

6Henry & Louisa Sale, 1901 Census Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, RG13/1355/67/4, 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
21 Buckingham St
Henry Sale head age 36 Cabinet Mkr born Aylesbury
Louisa Sale wife age 39 born Aylesbury
Henry Sale son age 13
Maud Sale daughter age 12
Millie Sale daughter age 8
Charlotte Sale daughter age 5
Emma Sale daughter age 1." Image.

7Louisa Sale ne Christopher (Pegrum family album). Image.


13. Henry Christopher SALE

1Henry Christopher Sale 1887 Aylesbury Birth GRO, 1887/Sep/Aylesbury/3a/681.

2Henry & Louisa Sale, 1891 Census Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, RG12/1145/?/8, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
36 New Street
Henry Sale head age 26 Cabinet Maker by Aylesbury
Louisa Sale wife age 30 born Chiselbourne, Dorset
Henry Sale son age 3 born Aylesbury
Maud Sale daughter age 1 born Aylesbury." Image.

3Henry & Louisa Sale, 1901 Census Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, RG13/1355/67/4, 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
21 Buckingham St
Henry Sale head age 36 Cabinet Mkr born Aylesbury
Louisa Sale wife age 39 born Aylesbury
Henry Sale son age 13
Maud Sale daughter age 12
Millie Sale daughter age 8
Charlotte Sale daughter age 5
Emma Sale daughter age 1." Image.


13. Alice Maud SALE

1Henry & Louisa Sale, 1891 Census Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, RG12/1145/?/8, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
36 New Street
Henry Sale head age 26 Cabinet Maker by Aylesbury
Louisa Sale wife age 30 born Chiselbourne, Dorset
Henry Sale son age 3 born Aylesbury
Maud Sale daughter age 1 born Aylesbury." Image.

2Henry & Louisa Sale, 1901 Census Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, RG13/1355/67/4, 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
21 Buckingham St
Henry Sale head age 36 Cabinet Mkr born Aylesbury
Louisa Sale wife age 39 born Aylesbury
Henry Sale son age 13
Maud Sale daughter age 12
Millie Sale daughter age 8
Charlotte Sale daughter age 5
Emma Sale daughter age 1." Image.


13. Ellen Getrude SALE

1Henry & Louisa Sale, 1901 Census Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, RG13/1355/67/4, 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
21 Buckingham St
Henry Sale head age 36 Cabinet Mkr born Aylesbury
Louisa Sale wife age 39 born Aylesbury
Henry Sale son age 13
Maud Sale daughter age 12
Millie Sale daughter age 8
Charlotte Sale daughter age 5
Emma Sale daughter age 1." Image.


13. Emma SALE

1Henry & Louisa Sale, 1901 Census Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, RG13/1355/67/4, 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
21 Buckingham St
Henry Sale head age 36 Cabinet Mkr born Aylesbury
Louisa Sale wife age 39 born Aylesbury
Henry Sale son age 13
Maud Sale daughter age 12
Millie Sale daughter age 8
Charlotte Sale daughter age 5
Emma Sale daughter age 1." Image.


28. Frank HOLMAN

1Frank Holman 1879 Newton Abbott Birth GRO, 1879/Jun/Newton Abbot/5b/162.

2Frank Holman 1948 Westminster Death GRO, 1848/Jun/Westminster/5c/331. "aged 69.".

3Frank Holman & Mabel Eliza Hewitt 1901 Lambeth Marriage Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England,  microfilm & 1901/Dec/Lambeth/1d/727. "
St John's Church, Waterloo Road, 2nd October 1901.
Frank Holman age 23, bachelor, coachman of  14 Francis Street son of William Holman, proprietor & Mabel Eliza Hewitt age 24, spinster of 14 Francis Street, daughter of William Hewitt (deceased), builder.
Witnesses, William Dollery, Rosa Clara Holman & Charles Frederick Thrarer?.". Image.

4William & Rose Holman, 1881 census, Torquay, Devon, RG11/2168/8/9, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Matlock Mews
William Holman head age 27 Cab Proprieter born Torquay
Rose Holman wife age 28 born Bratton Clovelly
Maude Holman daughter age 5 born Torquay
Frank Holman son age 2 born Torquay." Image.

5William & Rosie Holman, 1891 census, Torquay, Devon, RG12/1703/57/8, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Matlock Mews
William Holman head age 38 Carriage Inspector born Torquay
Rosie Holman wife age 39 born Bratton Clovelly
Frank Holman son age 11 born Torquay
Rosa Clare Holman daughter age 9 born Torquay." Image.

6William & Rosie Holman, 1901 census, Torquay, Devon, RG13/2058/93/27, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Matlock Mews
William Holman head age 48 Carriage Inspector born Torquay
Rosie Holman wife age 48 born Tavistock
Frank Holman son age 21 Carriage Inspector born Torquay
Rosa Holman daughter age 19 born Torquay." Image.

7William, Carrie? & Frank Holman (Holman family album). Image.

8Frank Holman on horseback (Holman family album). Image.


29. Mabel Eliza HEWITT

1Mablel Eliza Hewitt 1877 Alresford Birth GRO, 1877/Mar/Alresford/2c/149. 15 Dec 1876 Bishops Sutton, Hampshire.

2Mabel E Holman 1950 Newton Abbot Death GRO, 1950/Jun/NewtonA/7a/519. "aged 73.".

3Elizabeth A Hewitt widow & family, 1881 Census Bishop's Sutton, RG11/1243/97/15, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Bishop's Sutton
Elizabeth A Hewitt head widow age 40 Laundress born Bishop's Sutton
George son age 15 Wheelwright App. born Bishop's Sutton
Horace son age 14 Stable Boy born Bishop's Sutton
Ada E daughter age 10 scholar born Bishop's Sutton
William son age 8 scholar born Bishop's Sutton
Frederick son age 7 scholar born Bishop's Sutton
Edwin son age 5 born scholar Bishop's Sutton
Mable E daughter age 4 scholar born Bishop's Sutton." Image.

4Mabel Hewitt, 1901 Census Bishop's Sutton, Hampshire, RG13/1096/88/5, 31 Mar 1901, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
The Ruins
Mabel Hewitt housemaid age 24 Parlour Maid born Bishop's Sutton." Image.

5Ada & Mabel Hewitt (Pegrum family album). Image.


30. Harry John TAYLOR

1Harry John Taylor 1869 Kensington Birth GRO, 1869/Sep/Kensington/1a/119.
Certificate details from Barbara Holman 2006
22nd July 1869 20 Southam Street
Harry John, father James Taylor, Railway Porter, mother Harriet Taylor formerly Mayhew.

2Harry Taylor, 1870, Paddington, London, Baptism Register (ancestry.co.uk), London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Stephen's Church, Paddington, born 22nd July 1869, baptised 22nd May 1870.
Harry son of James & Harriet of 22 Southam Street, porter.". Image.

3Harry J Taylor 1959 Newton Abbot Death GRO, 1959/Jun/Newton A/7a/487. "Age 89 (= born 1869/70).".

4Harry John Taylor & Louisa Walters 1903 Newton Abbot Marriage GR0, 1903/Sep/Newton Abbot/5b/293. "
5 August 1903 St Mark's Church, Torquay
Harry John Taylor age 32 Clerk, 100 Old Mill Road, Cockington, father James Taylor Inspector GWR.
Louisa Walters age 29, Hermosa, Torquay, father Thomas Walters, Lodging House Keeper." additional info from Pegrum family.. Image.

5James & Harriet Taylor, 1871 Census Kensington, London, RG10/47/10/12, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
22 Southam Street.
James Taylor head age 27 Railway Porter born Wexcombe, Wilts.
Harriet Taylor wife age 29 born London.
Harry John Taylor age 1 born Kensington." Image.

6James & Harriet Taylor, 1881 Census Paddington, London, RG11/12/46/32, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
23 Southam Street.
James Taylor head age 36 Railway Fireman Shunter born Wexcombe, Wilts.
Harriet Taylor wife age 38 born City.
Harry John Taylor age 11 scholar born Paddington.
Frank Taylor age 9 scholar born Paddington.
Alice M Taylor age 5 born Paddington." Image.

7Harry Taylor, 1891 Census Devizes, Wilts, RG12/1599/110/4, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
4 Melbourn Place, Devizes
Harry Taylor lodger S age 23 Bookstall Clerk Rly Station born Paddington." Image.

8Louisa & Harry Taylor, Torquay (Holman family album). "
Louisa & Harry at Warren Road, Torquay.". Image.

9Harry Taylor (Holman family album). Image.

10Harry Taylor in the Gondoliers (Holman family album). "Harry Taylor Gondoliers, Paignton OS.". Image.

11Taylor family Bible notes (Barbara Holman). "
    WILLIAM TAYLOR (labourer) died before July 1842. His son, John, was born on 3rd February 1819 in Wexcombe / Great Bedwyn, Wiltshire (Wexcombe is about 7 miles of Marlborough). William was possibly married to Elizabeth who lived near John in 1851 Census. She would have been born about 1781 in Tidworth and was a widow in 1851 living on parish relief Also living with her at the time were 2 possible siblings for John   James born about 1816, an agriculture labourer and Sarah born about 1825, both born in Great Bedwyn.
    JOHN TAYLOR married ANN MASUM (born on 3rd September 1822 in Great Bedwyn) on 16th July 1842 in Great Bedwyn, John, resident in Wexcombe and Ann in East Grafton. Her father was Stephen Mason, born about 1796 in Great Bedwyn, a labourer and (later?) a maltster and mother, Elizabeth Shepherd, born about 1794/5 in Little Bedwyn.
    From 1851 Census they had
 William b. about 1842/3 ploughboy
 JAMES b. about 1842/4
 Charles b. about 184819
 Emma b. about 1850
 All born in Wexcombe or Great Bedwyn
    JAMES TAYLOR married HARRIET MAYHEW in July 1864 in Notting Hilt London. In 1869 James was a Railway Porter and lived in 20 Southam Street. He and Harriet's first child was born on July 22nd, HARRY JOHN. Frank was born in 1871 and Alice Maud in 1874. The 1881 Census has them living at 23 Southam Street and James was a Railway Fireman Shunter. By 1901 there is just James and Harriet there with James now a Railway Inspector. Frank was a Railway Signalman living at 23 Kensal Road, Paddington with his wife Maud, both 29 and 5 children, Ernest(10), Winifred (9), Elsie (6), Doris (3) and Daisy (8mths), two more sons were born later and 1 daughter possibly died. Alice Maud married Waiter Miles on 16th November 1896. Their children were, (Florence) Maude (1897 1979), Winifred May (1905 1969), John (l908 1917), (Evelyn) Joan (1915 1987).
    Florence Maude (Auntie Maudie) married Edward Wardell on 9th October 1920. They had 2 sons, Terence 1923 and Anthony 1925.
    Winifred May (Winnie) married George Bray on 11th July 1931 and their daughter, Patricia(1933) married Derek Hewertson (1928) on 27th August 1955. They had Jane (1960) and John (1962). (Evelyn) Joan married Eric Andrews and they had Judy Susan and Anthony
    HARRY JOHN TAYLOR was born on 22nd July 1869 at Southam Street. (He should have been called Henry but a mistake was made and he was registered "Harry") In 1882 he started work at the W.H.Smith's Bookstall on Paddington Station where he gave the papers to Princess Beatrice, Queen Victoria's youngest daughter. In 1884 he was an assistant at Reading and later moved to Devizes where he was in charge. By 1901 he was Manager of the Bookstall in Paignton while living in a boarding house in Sands Road.
     On 10th October 1903 he married LOUISA WALTERS of Hermosa, Torquay, a lodging house kept by her widowed father, Thomas at St. Mark's Church. Harry was then living at 100 Old Mill Lane, Cockington.  On 21st July 1905 their only child, WINIFRED LOUISE was born and that same year the Paignton W.H. Smith shop was opened with Harry as Manager. He was an active member and treasurer of the newly formed Paignton Operatic Society and also the Torquay Operatic Society when he moved to Torquay in 1910 to open the shop there.  
     They stayed there for 9 years when another move took the family to Eastbourne. Here Winnie continued with her musical training studying under a hard task master, Mr. Tass. In 1926 they moved to Bournemouth where Winnie played for Dancing Classes and in the evenings with a Trio or Quartet in many of the large Hotels there and often going as far as Salisbury. She spent her holidays in Torquay with her old school friend, Doris Atwell and was later bridesmaid where Doris married Chas. Slee. She also met up with Ken Holman, a family known to her parents when they lived there. Ken drove to and fro to Torquay and they became engaged in the early 1930's.
     In November 1934 Harry retired and moved back to Paignton and on 23rd March 1935 Ken and Win were married in Paignton Parish Church and moved into Matlock Garage. Harry and Louisa moved to Preston just before the war and stayed there until 1954 when they bought Haytor View, next door to Matlock Garage. In August 1956 Louisa had a stroke and she and Harry then moved next door. Harry died in 1959 and Louisa in 1965 just seeing her great grandson, Stephen.
    Louisa (1873) m Harry Taylor (1869)  Winifred Louise (1905) m (1934) Kenneth Holman (1905), Barbara (1937) m Mark Pegrum (1934)
  1882 Harry Taylor worked at the W.H.Smith's Bookstall on Paddington Station
  1884 Assistant at Reading (presumably the Station Bookstall again)
  ?  In charge at Devizes, by 1901 Paignton Bookstall Manager
  1905   Opened shop in Paignton
  1910   Manager at Torquay shop
  1919   Manager at Eastbourne "A" shop
  1926   Manager at Bournemouth "A" shop
  1934   Retired in November and moved back to Paignton.".


31. Louisa WALTERS

1Louisa Walters 1873 Torquay, Devon, Birth Certificate, 1873/Sep/NewtonAbbot/5b/157, 1873, Newton Abbot. "
Registration District Newton Abbot, Torquay
10 Sep 1873 at Hermosa, Torquay.
Louisa, father Thomas Walters, Lodging House Keeper, mother Mary Elizabeth Algate Walters formerly Baker."

2Thomas & Mary Walters, 1881 census, Torquay, Devon, RG11/2169/109/41, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Hermosa, Tormoham, Torquay.
Thomas Walters head age 55 Lodging House Keeper born Little Marlow
Mary Walters wife age 47 born Plymstock, Devon
William son age 18 Grocer born Torquay
Henry son age 16 Gardener born Torquay
Mary daughter age 15 scholar born Torquay
Gertrude daughter age 11 scholar born Torquay
Thomas son age 9 scholar born Torquay
Louisa daughter age 7 scholar born Torquay
William Baker father-in-law age 73 Army Captian born Plympton St Mary
Susan Baker mother-in-law age 72 born Wenbury, Devon.
Mary Farliegh cousin age 17 born Wenbury." Image.

3Thomas & Mary Walters, 1891 census, Torquay, Devon, RG12/1705/40/36 & 41/37, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Hermosa.
Thomas Walters head age 65 L. H Keeper born Little Marlow, Bucks.
Mary Walters wife age 56 born Staddiscombe, Devon.
Mary daughter age 24 born Torquay.
Gertrude daughter age 21 born Torquay.
Thomas son age 19 Cabinet Maker born Torquay.
Louisa daughter age 17 born Torquay.
Mary E Farley cousin age 38 Parlour Maid bm Wembury.
Susan Baker m-in-law widow age 82 born Wembury." Image.

4Thomas Walters & family, 1901 census, Tormoham, Torquay, Devon, RG13/2060/41/37, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Mount Stuart, Hermosa
Thomas Walters head W age 75 Lodging House Keeper born Little Marlow, Bucks
Louisa Walters daughter S age 27 born Torquay." Image.

5Louisa Walters (Holman family album). Image.

6Louisa Taylor and Winifred 1905 (Holman family album). Image.


 
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