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Ancestors of Adam Luke John BASTON of Andover, Hampshire, UK

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64. Frederick William BASTON

1Frederick William Baston 1831, Christ Church, Spitalfields Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, register microfilm X024/002 & IGI C069693/0592621. "
No 409, Spitalfields Christ Church, Stepney, London 7th august 1831.
Frederick William son John & Mary Ann Baston, Heneage Street, Painter.". Image.

2Frederick William Baston 1831 - 1899 Death Certificate, 1899, 1b/378/Sep Qtr 1899 Hackney, London Middx . "
№ 366 Hackney, 3rd July 1899, 16 Victoria Grove, Morpeth Road, South Hackney.
Frederick Baston, Male, 68 years, Cordwainer.
Cause: Carcinoma of Pancreas, Certified by W Buchan MB
Informant: S Baston Daughter in Law, present at Death.". Image.

3Tabernacle Walk, Essex St, Matthew St etc 1827 Map (Greenwood's), Greenwoods, 1827. "
Where various branches of the Baston family lived in the early 1800's."
Essex Street became Shenfield Street and then disappeared when all the flats were built after the Second World War.  Great Cambridge Street became Queensbridge Road, Brunswick Street became Haggerston Road.. Image.

4Christ Church, Spitalfields in the early 1800's (Old postcard.). "
The Church where Frederick William Baston was Baptised in 1831.". Image.

5Christ Church, Spitalfields, Whitechapel, London, CAH Img DSCF7748. "
Where John Joseph Baston's children were baptised."
Photo taken 2008. Image.

6Heneage Street, Whitechapel (photo taken in 2004). "
The road where John & Mary Baston lived at the time of Frederick's Baptism in 1831.". Image.

7Heneage Street, Whitechapel (photo taken in 2008), CAH image DSCF7734. "
The road where John & Mary Baston lived at the time of Frederick's Baptism in 1831.". Image.

8Southwark Bridge, London 1841. "
Frederick lived south of the river (left side of picture) in 1841 according to the 1841 Census for 6 Little Suffolk Street, Southwark.". Image.

9Frederick Baston, 1841 Census p3 Southwark, Surrey, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England, HO107/1084/7/5/3. "
6 Little Suffolk Street, Southwark (p3).
Mary Cole age 45 Laundress born Surrey.
John Sadler age 35 Porter born Surrey.
Frederick Baston age 10 born not Surrey."
Note 1:  (Little Suffolk Street became Norfolk Street and then Sudrey Street).
Note 2:  (Mary Cole was a witness at John Joseph Baston & Mary Browne's marriage in 1827, when Mary Cole remarried as a widow in 1844 to John Hunt, she shows her father's name as Francis Baston so she was John Joseph's sister)
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10Southwark Area Greenwoods 1827. "Locations of William James Baston and family 1830 - 1845
plus location of Frederick William Baston 1841 Census.". Image.

116 Little Suffolk Street showing  house location (1799 Horwoods Map). "Frederick Baston is shown age 10 living at No.6 in the 1841 Census with Mary Cole (his mother had died in 1832)." Little Suffolk Street became Norfolk Street and then Sudry Street.. Image.

126 Little Suffolk Street, 1872 OS Map. "
Frederick Baston is shown as living here at No. 6 with Mary Cole in the 1841 Census." Little Suffolk Street became Norfolk Street and then Sudry Street.. Image.

13Little Sufflok Street, Southwark, London (taken 2007). "
Houses 9 to 11, Frederick Baston is showing living at No 6 in the 1841 census, the houses were completely refurbished in 1970. (Now called Sudrey Street, 11 is the corner house and the last house surviving is No 9).". Image.

14Frederick Baston, 1851 Census Haggerstone, London, HO 107/1537/563/18, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
10 Essex Street, St Leonard's Shoreditch.
Frederick Baston, apprentice, unmarried, aged 20, Boot Maker, born Shoreditch.
(Apprentice to William Tandy, Master Boot Maker)."
Essex Street became Shenfield Street and then disappeared when all the flats were built in the 1970's. Image.

15Occupation or Trade of "Cordwainer" and "Boot Laster". "
  What Is A CORDWAINER And What Is Their Background?
  The term "Cordwainer" is an Anglicization of the French word cordonnier, introduced into our language after the Norman invasion of England in 1066. The word itself is derived from the city of Cordoba, in the south of Spain, a stronghold of the mighty Omeyyad Kalifs until its fall in the 12th century. Moorish Cordoba was celebrated for two staple trades in the early Middle Ages, silversmithing and the production of cordouan (cordovan) leather, called "cordwain" in England. Originally made from the skin of the Musoli goat, then found in Corsica, Sardinia, and elsewhere, this leather was "tawed" with alum after a method supposedly known only to the Moors. English Crusaders brought home much plunder and loot, including the finest leather the English shoemakers had ever seen. Gradually cordouan, or cordovan leather became the material most in demand for the finest footwear in all of Europe.
  The English term cordwainer, meaning shoemaker, first appears in 1100. By the late 13th century a distinction grew in England between Cordwainers proper, called alutari, who used only alum "tawed" cordwain, and another class of shoemakers called basanarii, who employed an inferior "tanned" sheepskin which was prohibited for footwear apart from long boots. Since this period the term cordouan, or cordovan leather, has been applied to several varieties of leather. Today cordovan leather is a "vegetable tanned" horse "shell", and like the Medieval cordwain is used only for the highest quality shoes.
  Since the Middle Ages the title of Cordwainer has been selected by the shoemakers themselves, and used rather loosely; however, generally it always refers to a certain class of shoe and boot- makers. The first English guild of shoemakers who called themselves "Cordwainers" was founded at Oxford in 1131.
"Cordwainers" was also the choice of the London shoemakers, who had organized a guild before 1160, and the Worshipful Company of Cordwainers has likewise used this title since receiving their first Ordinances in 1272.
  Cordwainer" not "Cobbler"
  One distinction preserved by Cordwainers since the earliest times is, that a Cordwainer works only with new leather, where a Cobbler works with old. Cobblers have always been repairers, frequently prohibited by law from actually making shoes. Even going so far as to collect worn-out footwear, cut it apart, and remanufacture cheap shoes entirely from salvaged leather, Cobblers have contended with Cordwainers since at least the Middle Ages. In 16th century London the Cordwainers solved their conflicts with the Cobblers of that city by placing them under the powerful authority of the Cordwainer's guild, thus merging with them.
  Whenever shoemakers have organized, they have shown a clear preference for the title "Cordwainer," conscious of the distinguished history and tradition it conveys. Today's Cordwainer is no exception. The current generation of boot and shoemakers includes a growing number of self-employed tradesmen and women, who having largely adopted early hand-sewn techniques supplemented by only a few simple machines out of economic necessity, continue to practice the traditional skills established centuries ago. In the face of declining domestic footwear production every year, it can be easily said that the true future of this trade lays in its past, and is being insured by the skilled hands of these modern Cordwainers.
  BOOT LASTER
  A person who makes a shoemaker's model for shaping or repairing a boot.".

16Essex Street, Edith Street & Gt Cambridge Street, Hackney, London (Stanford's 1862). "
Map showing relationship of the Baston family locations 1851 to 1881.". Image.

17Great Cambridge Street & Edith Street, Shoreditch, London (Ordnance Survey), London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, RM21/XXVII NW. "
A  map of Shoreditch with Baston house locations marked corresponding to the 1861, 1871 & 1881 census.  Also marked is St Augustine's Church where Thomas & Sarah's first three children were baptised."
Great Cambridge Street is now known as Queensbridge Road. Image.

1816 Great Cambridge Street, Shoreditch taken in 2004, London Metropolitan Archives. "
Frederick & Mary Baston shown as living at No 46 in 1861 and 111 in 1871.  Gt Cambridge St is now known at Queensbridge Road.
46 is now part of the park and 111, a block of flats."
16 is the corner house and you can see by the brick outlines that it has changed over the year, were 46/111 where Frederick & Mary lived, similar?. "
About No. 206 Gt Cambridge Street,  Hackney (now Queensbridge Road) taken about 1950." Source Image. Citation Image.

19Frederick & Mary Baston, 1861 Census, Shoreditch, London, RG9/249/77/41, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
46 Gt Cambridge Street, Shoreditch.
William Collins head age 31 Shoe Manufacturer born St Lukes.
Ann Collins wife age 33 born Allen St, Clerkenwell.
Frederick Baston, head, aged 29, Shoemaker born Shoreditch.
Mary Ann Baston, wife, aged 30, Boot Binder born Clerkenwell.
William Baston, son, aged 5, scholar, born Shoreditch.
Mary Ann Baston, daughter, aged 4 months, born Shoreditch."
Great Cambridge Street became Queensbridge Road, Hackney.
(Indexed as Barton on ancestry.co.uk)
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20Frederick & Mary Baston, 1871 Census Hackney, London, RG10/471/31/56, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
111 Gt Cambridge Street, Haggerstone, Hackney.
William Collins head age 40 Shoe Manufacturer born St Luke's.
Ann Collins wife age 41 born Shoreditch.
Frederick Baston head age 39, Shoemaker, born Whitechapel, Middlesex.
Mary Ann Baston wife age 38, Shoebinder, born Clerkenwell, Middlesex.
William Baston son, age 15, Rough Stuff Cutter, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Thomas Baston son, age 8, scholar, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Emily Baston daughter, age 3, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Henry Baston son, age 9 mths, born Shoreditch, Middlesex."
Great Cambridge Street is now the lower half of Queensbridge Road, Hackney, the part below the canal bridge.. Image.

21Frederick & Mary Baston, 1881 Census Haggerstone, Hackney, London, RG11/407/41/19, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
13 Edith Street, Haggerstone, Hackney.
Frederick Baston, head, aged 49, Shoe Maker, born Middlesex.
Mary A Baston, wife, aged 50, born Middlesex.
Thomas Baston, son, aged 18,Boot Laster, born Middlesex.
Henry Baston, son, aged 10, born Middlesex.
Emma Baston, daughter, aged 5, born Middlesex." Image.

2213 Edith Street - 1912 (Ordnance Survey). "Location of 13 Edith Street, Hackney in 1872
Frederick & Mary Baston plus Thomas lived here as shown in the 1881 Census.". Image.

23Edith Street, Shoreditch, London (2004). "
Frederick & Mary Baston are shown as living at No 13 in 1881
The area is now a park  The large building in the distance is Haggerstone School.". Image.

24Haggerstone School, Maidstone St, Shoreditch. "
The school was built in 1873.  Did Frederick & Mary Baston's children go to this school as they are shown as living in the area 1861 - 1881.". Image.

25Frederick & 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.

26Ordnance Survey 1912 Map of Victoria Grove. "
Location of Victoria Grove in 1889
Frederick & Mary Baston plus Thomas & Sarah Baston lived here as shown in the 1891 and 1901 Census'.". Image.

27Coat 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.


65. Mary Ann SEARES

1Mary Ann Baston (nee Seares) Death Certificate, 1b/474 Hackney, London, 20 Feb 1900, General Register Office. "
No 405 Hackney, 20th February 1900, 16 Victoria Grove, Morpeth Road, Sth Hackney.
Mary Ann Baston, Female, Aged 68 years, widow of Frederick Baston, Cordwainer.
Cause: Bronchitis, 2 months, certified T C Winn, MRCS.
Informant: S Baston, daughter-in-law, present at death.
Registered 21st February 1900, W R Jeffray, Registrar." Image.

2St James' Church, Clerkenwell, London in the 1800's. "
Where Jane (1816) & possibly Mary Ann (1832) Seares were Baptised.
  The parish of St James, Clerkenwell, has had a long and sometimes lively history. The springs that give it its name are mentioned in the times of Henry II, and the parish clerks of London used to perform their mystery plays in the neighbourhood, sometimes in the presence of royalty. About the year 1100 a Norman baron named Jordan Briset founded a Benedictine nunnery dedicated to St Mary, which became wealthy and influential. It had a place of pilgrimage at Muswell Hill, and the parish kept an outlying tract of territory there until the nineteenth century
  The old church, which was a medley of seventeenth and eighteenth century bits and pieces in various styles engrafted on the remains of the mediaeval nunnery church, presented by 1788 an appearance of picturesque and dilapidated muddle. In that year an Act of Parliament was passed for the rebuilding, the money to be provided by the sale of annuities. The architect was a local man, James Carr, and he produced a building, which is pre-eminently a preaching-house, but with carefully planned and harmonious detail. Bishop Beilby Porteus dedicated the new church in 1792. The upper galleries were added in 1822 for the children of the Sunday-School, founded in 1807 and still flourishing; the back parts of the upper galleries were for the use of the poor. Sir Arthur Blomfield restored the church and rearranged the ground floor in 1882. W.P.Griffith had restored the tower and spire in 1849, but this work was also very well done. Carr's design is clearly influenced by Wren and Gibbs.". Image.

3Mary A Seares, 1841 Census St Lukes, Clerkenwell, London., HO107/667/8/6/4, 6 Jun 1841, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
Featherstone Street, Finsbury.
Henry Atkinson age 35 Linen Draper born not Middx.
Jane Atkinson age 25 born Middx (nee Seares).
Mary A Seares age 10 born Middlesex."
This is Frederick Baston's future wife living with either her sister or her mother, probably the latter as Jane was 18 when Mary was born.. Image.

4Mary Sears, 1851 Census Marylebone, Middlesex, HO107/1488/337/75, 30 Mar 1851, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "10 King Street, Marylebone.
Thomas Wilson head age 43 Licensed V born Deal, Kent.
Maria Wilson wife age 42 born Pinner, Middx.
Maria Wilson daughter age 5 born Deal.
Harriet Wilson daughter age 5 born Deal.
Mary Seers unmarried age 18 Servant born London.
Amy Furs unm age 16 Servant born London."
(King Street is now Blandford Street W1)
This is probably our Mary Seares as this is the only one I can find and it is also just round the corner from where her mother, Jane is living in Lisson Grove.
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5Frederick & Mary Baston, 1861 Census, Shoreditch, London, RG9/249/77/41, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
46 Gt Cambridge Street, Shoreditch.
William Collins head age 31 Shoe Manufacturer born St Lukes.
Ann Collins wife age 33 born Allen St, Clerkenwell.
Frederick Baston, head, aged 29, Shoemaker born Shoreditch.
Mary Ann Baston, wife, aged 30, Boot Binder born Clerkenwell.
William Baston, son, aged 5, scholar, born Shoreditch.
Mary Ann Baston, daughter, aged 4 months, born Shoreditch."
Great Cambridge Street became Queensbridge Road, Hackney.
(Indexed as Barton on ancestry.co.uk)
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6Frederick & Mary Baston, 1871 Census Hackney, London, RG10/471/31/56, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
111 Gt Cambridge Street, Haggerstone, Hackney.
William Collins head age 40 Shoe Manufacturer born St Luke's.
Ann Collins wife age 41 born Shoreditch.
Frederick Baston head age 39, Shoemaker, born Whitechapel, Middlesex.
Mary Ann Baston wife age 38, Shoebinder, born Clerkenwell, Middlesex.
William Baston son, age 15, Rough Stuff Cutter, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Thomas Baston son, age 8, scholar, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Emily Baston daughter, age 3, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Henry Baston son, age 9 mths, born Shoreditch, Middlesex."
Great Cambridge Street is now the lower half of Queensbridge Road, Hackney, the part below the canal bridge.. Image.

7Frederick & Mary Baston, 1881 Census Haggerstone, Hackney, London, RG11/407/41/19, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
13 Edith Street, Haggerstone, Hackney.
Frederick Baston, head, aged 49, Shoe Maker, born Middlesex.
Mary A Baston, wife, aged 50, born Middlesex.
Thomas Baston, son, aged 18,Boot Laster, born Middlesex.
Henry Baston, son, aged 10, born Middlesex.
Emma Baston, daughter, aged 5, born Middlesex." Image.

8Frederick & 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.

9Coat of Arms, Seares (www.houseofnames.com), Mary Seares, 1832. "
Seares Shield: Red background with a silver chevron between three eagles on an ermine stripe on top, a red shellfish between two red stars.
Seares Crest: An eagle displayed.
Sayers Motto: Honor et fides.
Spelling variations include Sears, Seares, Seers, Seeres, Sear, Seare, Seer and many more.
First found in Essex where they were seated as thet Lords of the Manor of Colchester in ancient times. The most likely source is Serez in the arrondisement of Evruex in Normandy which was their prior residence, supporting the contention that the family were granted these lands after the Norman Conquest in 1066.". Image.

10Mary Baston, nee Seares (Photo courtesey of Violet Taylor, 15th April 2010). "
Violet Taylor  said it was her "great gran Baston"  (Photo courtesey of Violet, Florence Baston's daughter.". Image.


32. Frederick BASTON

1Frederick Baston 1855 Shoreditch Birth Certificate, 1855/Mar/Shoreditch/1c/194, 1855, 1855/Mar/1c/194/Shoreditch. "
No 323 Haggerstone West Shoreditch
6 Jan 1855 10 Essex Street
Frederick to Frederick Baston, Shoemaker & Mary Ann Baston formerly Seares
Informant Fredk Baston, father 10 Essex Street
Registered 15 Jan 1855.". Image.

2Frederick Baston 1855-1855 Death Certificate, 1855 Shoreditch 1c/188/March. "
No 39, 16 March 1855
Frederick Baston age 10 weeks, 10 Essex St, Haggerstone
Father: Frederick William Baston, Shoemaker, 10 Essex St.
Cause: Thrush, 3 weeks."
Thrush: Candidiasis, commonly called yeast infection or thrush, is a fungal infection of any of the Candida species, of which Candida albicans is probably the most common. Children mostly in the age range, 3 years to 9 years can be affected by chronic mouth yeast infections. This is not a very common situation though. It is normally seen around the mouth as white patches. Image.


32. William BASTON

1William Baston 1856 Shoreditch Birth Certificate, 10 Mar 1856, General Register Office, 1c/204 Mar Qtr 1856 Shoreditch. "
No 347, Sixteenth February 1856, 10 Essex Street, Shoreditch.
William, Boy, Father Frederick William Baston, Shoemaker Journeyman, Mother Mary Ann Baston formerly Seares.
Informant: Mary Ann Baston, Mother.
Registered 10th March 1856
Nathaniel Bowring, Registrar.". Image.

2William Baston, 1936, Lambeth, London, Death Certificate, 21 Apr 1936, General Register Office, 1936/Jun/Lambeth/1d/178 aged 80. "
No 339, 21st April 1936, Lambeth Hospital, Lambeth.
William Baston, aged 80 years of 38 Tudor Road, Mare Street, a boot laster (retired).
Cause, Melanotic carcinoma of buttock.  Informant, Henry Baston, brother of 38 Tudor Road." Image.

3Frederick & Mary Baston, 1861 Census, Shoreditch, London, RG9/249/77/41, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
46 Gt Cambridge Street, Shoreditch.
William Collins head age 31 Shoe Manufacturer born St Lukes.
Ann Collins wife age 33 born Allen St, Clerkenwell.
Frederick Baston, head, aged 29, Shoemaker born Shoreditch.
Mary Ann Baston, wife, aged 30, Boot Binder born Clerkenwell.
William Baston, son, aged 5, scholar, born Shoreditch.
Mary Ann Baston, daughter, aged 4 months, born Shoreditch."
Great Cambridge Street became Queensbridge Road, Hackney.
(Indexed as Barton on ancestry.co.uk)
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4Frederick & Mary Baston, 1871 Census Hackney, London, RG10/471/31/56, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
111 Gt Cambridge Street, Haggerstone, Hackney.
William Collins head age 40 Shoe Manufacturer born St Luke's.
Ann Collins wife age 41 born Shoreditch.
Frederick Baston head age 39, Shoemaker, born Whitechapel, Middlesex.
Mary Ann Baston wife age 38, Shoebinder, born Clerkenwell, Middlesex.
William Baston son, age 15, Rough Stuff Cutter, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Thomas Baston son, age 8, scholar, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Emily Baston daughter, age 3, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Henry Baston son, age 9 mths, born Shoreditch, Middlesex."
Great Cambridge Street is now the lower half of Queensbridge Road, Hackney, the part below the canal bridge.. Image.

5Frederick & 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.

6Thomas & 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.

7William, Henry & Emma Baston, 1911 census Hackney, London, RG14PN1146_RG78PN38_RD11_SD5_ED7_SN248, 2 Apr 1911, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
20 Fremont Street, King Edward Road - 3 rooms.
William Baston head age 55 widower, boot maker born Shoreditch.
Henry Baston brother age 40 single, boot maker born Haggerstone.
Emma Baston sister age 35 single, housekeeper born Haggerstone." Image.

8William, Harry (Henry) & Emma Baston - rememberances, Rose O'Gorman (nee Hales) 8th August 2010. "
  Hi Carol, I came back from the UK with a few photos that might be of interest. One is of my Mum's sister my Aunt May taken when she was approximately 20 years. And taken in the same studio that many of the other photos were taken in., which was the studio of: T.S. Robinson, photographer, 185 and 187 High Street, HOMERTON, E.9.  The other photo is one that was taken of Sarah Baston in old age, as my Mum would have remembered her. (8.1 cm x 5.3 cm
  Also I did have a chat to my Mum about the uncles and aunts and she started talking about Tudor Grove. She said that the house where Emma, Will and Harry lived in was half way down the Grove and was quite a Grand large house that had eight steps leading up to the doorway. It was two stories with a large attic upstairs, and a place that my Mum went into many times.  At the end of the row was a tiny cottage where my Mum's Gran Alice lived with her youngest son Cyril.  She said that she rembered an Aunt Liz, but not that well. But did remember that most people called her Lilibet. She also thinks that she died when she was youngish, but could not be 100% about it, but did not think that she married.  she also told me a little about the characters of Will and Harry. Will was a very serious person who rarely smiled, was quite rotund and much shorter in stature than Harry.  Harry was tall, but always had a bad leg, but despite that a real character who was always funny and loved to make everyone laugh. My Mum was very fond of him.
  Also I thought you might like the photographer details that  are  on the back of the photo that I said my Mum said was of a younger Sarah Baston (Noble). It is J.Fisher and co, 174, Edware Road W and 54 Mare Street, Hackney, N.E.
  Rosemary O'Gorman: Speak to you soon, Rose x.".


32. Mary Ann BASTON

1Mary Ann Baston 1860 Haggerstone East to Frederick & Mary Birth Certificate, 1860/Jun/1c/201/Shoreditch, 1 May 1860, General Register Office. ".". "
No 273 Haggerstone East, 1st May 1860 46 Gt Cambridge Street.
Mary Ann, girl to Frederick Baston, Shoe Maker & Mary Ann Baston formerly Sayers.
Informant: F Baston, Father 46 Gt Cambridge St." Image.

2Mary Ann Baston 1862 Shoreditch Death Certificate, 1862/Mar/Shoreditch/1c/173. "
No 393 Shoreditch.
21 January 1862, 46 Gt Cambridge St, Mary Ann Baston age 1 year daughter of Frederick Baston, shoemaker.
Cause: Bronchitis.  Informant: Mary Ann Baston present at death."
Bronchitis: is an obstructive pulmonary disease characterized by inflammation of the bronchi of the lungs. It is a common disease of habitual tobacco smokers and residents of polluted cities. Like many disorders, bronchitis can be acute (short-term), or chronic (long-lasting). Chronic bronchitis is defined clinically as a persistent cough that produces sputum for at least three months in two consecutive years. Image.

3Mary Ann Baston 1862 Hackney, Burial Register, Public Record Office, Kew, London, microfilm RG8/45. "
Victoria Park Cemetery, Hackney (page 69).
Baston, Mary Ann, 46 Gt Cambridge Street, 29th January 1862, 1 year 8 months, 7318, 252.". Image.

4Frederick & Mary Baston, 1861 Census, Shoreditch, London, RG9/249/77/41, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
46 Gt Cambridge Street, Shoreditch.
William Collins head age 31 Shoe Manufacturer born St Lukes.
Ann Collins wife age 33 born Allen St, Clerkenwell.
Frederick Baston, head, aged 29, Shoemaker born Shoreditch.
Mary Ann Baston, wife, aged 30, Boot Binder born Clerkenwell.
William Baston, son, aged 5, scholar, born Shoreditch.
Mary Ann Baston, daughter, aged 4 months, born Shoreditch."
Great Cambridge Street became Queensbridge Road, Hackney.
(Indexed as Barton on ancestry.co.uk)
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32. John BASTON

1John Baston 1865 46 Gt Cambridge Street, Hackney Birth Certificate, 1865/Jun/Shoreditch/1c/214. "
No 121 Shoreditch, 21 May 1865, 46 Gt Cambridge St
John, boy toFrederick Baston Shoe Maker Journeyman &: Mary Ann Baston formerly Seares
Informant: Frederick Baston, father, 46 Gt Cambridge St Haggerstone.". Image.

2John Baston, 1867 Death Certificate. "
No 53 Haggerston East, 26th January 1867 46 Gt Cambridge St
John Baston Male age 1 year
Son of Frederick Baston, Shoemaker
Cause of death: Hooping cough 2 weeks, pneumonia 2 days
Frederick Baston present at death
Registered: 30 January 1867."
Whooping cough or pertussis: As it is called in medical parlance, is an infectious disease. It commonly affects infants during the first year of life, and children up to five years of age.
Pneumonia: Refers to the inflammation of the lungs.It is one of the most serious infectious diseases. The disease assumes alarming proportions if both the lungs are affected; this condition is called double pneumonia in common parlance. Image.

3John Baston 1867 Hackney, Burial Register, Public Record Office, Kew, London, RG8/47. "
Victoria Park Cemetery, Hackney (page 17).
Baston, John, 46 Gt Cambridge St, Haggerstone, 1st February 1867, 21 months, G Clark, 10197, 1233.". Image.


32. Emily BASTON

1Emily Baston 1868, 111 Gt Cambridge St, Shoreditch Birth Certificate, 1868/Mar/Shoreditch/1c/200. "
No 234 Shoreditch, 1 Jan 1868 111 Gt Cambridge St
Emily, girl to Frederick Baston, Shoe Maker & Mary Ann Baston formerly Sears
Informant: Frederick Baston, father, 111 Gt Cambridge St.". Image.

2Emily Baston 1871 Shoreditch Death Certificate, 1871/Jun/Shoreditch/1c/119. "
No 317 Shoreditch.
5th June 1871, 111 Gt Cambridge St,  Emily Baston age 3 years daughter of Frederick William Baston a shoemaker.
Cause: Cynauche Trachealis 8 days."
Cynanche: n. 1. (Med.) Any disease of the tonsils, throat, or windpipe, attended with inflammation, swelling, and difficulty of breathing and swallowing.
Trachealis: is a discontinuous layer of smooth muscle spanning the transverse, posterior deficiency of the C-shaped cartilages within the trachea. The body of the muscle is rich in fibroelastic tissue to aid with elastic recoil.  When coughing, trachealis constricts prior to the relaxation of the vocal cords. This increases the pressure within the trachea to make the cough more explosive. Image.

3Frederick & Mary Baston, 1871 Census Hackney, London, RG10/471/31/56, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
111 Gt Cambridge Street, Haggerstone, Hackney.
William Collins head age 40 Shoe Manufacturer born St Luke's.
Ann Collins wife age 41 born Shoreditch.
Frederick Baston head age 39, Shoemaker, born Whitechapel, Middlesex.
Mary Ann Baston wife age 38, Shoebinder, born Clerkenwell, Middlesex.
William Baston son, age 15, Rough Stuff Cutter, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Thomas Baston son, age 8, scholar, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Emily Baston daughter, age 3, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Henry Baston son, age 9 mths, born Shoreditch, Middlesex."
Great Cambridge Street is now the lower half of Queensbridge Road, Hackney, the part below the canal bridge.. Image.


32. Henry BASTON

1Henry Baston, 1870 Shoreditch, London, Birth Certificate, General Register Office, 1870/Sep/Shoredtich/1c/171. "
I had been unable to find Henry's birth certificate despite ordering a half a dozen certificates in various spellings of Baston, the reason being for some reason he was registered as Henry Sears!
No 260, Haggerstone East, 28th May 1870, 111 Gt Cambridge Street, Henry to Mary Ann Sears (strangely, no father shown - his baptism a few weeks later shows parents as Frederick & Mary).
Informant, M A Sears, mother, 111 Gt Cambridge St, Haggerstone."
The date and address agrees completely with the baptism register, the only difference being no father shown on the birth certifcate. Image.

2Henry Baston 1870, Bethnal Green, London, Baptism Register (ancestry.co.uk), Page 103, entry 107, 19 Jun 1870, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm X096/215. "
St James the Great, Bethnal Green, born 28th May 1870, baptised 19th June 1870.
Henry to Frederick & Mary Baston of 111 Great Cambridge Street, shoemaker." Image.

3Henry Baston, 1952, Hackney, London, Death Certificate, 6 Apr 1852, General Register Office, 1952/Jun/Hackney/5c/591 aged 81. "
No 14, Hackney South East, 6th April 1952, Hackney Hospital.
Henry Baston, aged 81 years of 38 Tudor Road, Hackney formerly a boot laster.
Cause, Broncho Pneumonia, chonic bronchitis & emphysema.
Informant, E Baston, of Woodcote, Headley Road, Hindhead, Surrey."
(E Baston was his sister, Emma). Image.

4Frederick & Mary Baston, 1871 Census Hackney, London, RG10/471/31/56, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
111 Gt Cambridge Street, Haggerstone, Hackney.
William Collins head age 40 Shoe Manufacturer born St Luke's.
Ann Collins wife age 41 born Shoreditch.
Frederick Baston head age 39, Shoemaker, born Whitechapel, Middlesex.
Mary Ann Baston wife age 38, Shoebinder, born Clerkenwell, Middlesex.
William Baston son, age 15, Rough Stuff Cutter, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Thomas Baston son, age 8, scholar, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Emily Baston daughter, age 3, born Shoreditch, Middlesex.
Henry Baston son, age 9 mths, born Shoreditch, Middlesex."
Great Cambridge Street is now the lower half of Queensbridge Road, Hackney, the part below the canal bridge.. Image.

5Frederick & Mary Baston, 1881 Census Haggerstone, Hackney, London, RG11/407/41/19, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
13 Edith Street, Haggerstone, Hackney.
Frederick Baston, head, aged 49, Shoe Maker, born Middlesex.
Mary A Baston, wife, aged 50, born Middlesex.
Thomas Baston, son, aged 18,Boot Laster, born Middlesex.
Henry Baston, son, aged 10, born Middlesex.
Emma Baston, daughter, aged 5, born Middlesex." Image.

6Frederick & 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.

7Thomas & 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.

8William, Henry & Emma Baston, 1911 census Hackney, London, RG14PN1146_RG78PN38_RD11_SD5_ED7_SN248, 2 Apr 1911, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
20 Fremont Street, King Edward Road - 3 rooms.
William Baston head age 55 widower, boot maker born Shoreditch.
Henry Baston brother age 40 single, boot maker born Haggerstone.
Emma Baston sister age 35 single, housekeeper born Haggerstone." Image.

9William, Harry (Henry) & Emma Baston - rememberances, Rose O'Gorman (nee Hales) 8th August 2010. "
  Hi Carol, I came back from the UK with a few photos that might be of interest. One is of my Mum's sister my Aunt May taken when she was approximately 20 years. And taken in the same studio that many of the other photos were taken in., which was the studio of: T.S. Robinson, photographer, 185 and 187 High Street, HOMERTON, E.9.  The other photo is one that was taken of Sarah Baston in old age, as my Mum would have remembered her. (8.1 cm x 5.3 cm
  Also I did have a chat to my Mum about the uncles and aunts and she started talking about Tudor Grove. She said that the house where Emma, Will and Harry lived in was half way down the Grove and was quite a Grand large house that had eight steps leading up to the doorway. It was two stories with a large attic upstairs, and a place that my Mum went into many times.  At the end of the row was a tiny cottage where my Mum's Gran Alice lived with her youngest son Cyril.  She said that she rembered an Aunt Liz, but not that well. But did remember that most people called her Lilibet. She also thinks that she died when she was youngish, but could not be 100% about it, but did not think that she married.  she also told me a little about the characters of Will and Harry. Will was a very serious person who rarely smiled, was quite rotund and much shorter in stature than Harry.  Harry was tall, but always had a bad leg, but despite that a real character who was always funny and loved to make everyone laugh. My Mum was very fond of him.
  Also I thought you might like the photographer details that  are  on the back of the photo that I said my Mum said was of a younger Sarah Baston (Noble). It is J.Fisher and co, 174, Edware Road W and 54 Mare Street, Hackney, N.E.
  Rosemary O'Gorman: Speak to you soon, Rose x.".


32. Emma BASTON

1Emma Baston 1876 13 Edith Street, Shoreditch Birth Certificate, 1876/Jun/Shoreditch/1c/158. "
No 458 Shoreditch, 22 March 1876 13 Edith St
Emma, girl to Frederick Baston, Shoe Maker & Mary Ann Baston formerly Sayers
Informant F Baston, father, 13 Edith St, Haggerstone.". Image.

2Emma Baston 1876, Bethnal Green, London, Baptism Register, Page 237, entry 1891, 10 Apr 1876, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm X096/215. "
St James the Great, Bethnal Green, born 22nd March 1876, baptised 10th April 1876.
Emma to Frederick & Mary Ann Baston of 13 Edith Street, shoemaker." Image.

3Emma Baston 1961, Graysott, Surrey, Death Certificate, p.75, 5 Mar 1961, General Register Office, 1961/Mar/Alton/6b/68 aged 84. "
No 76, Alton, Hants, 5th March 1961, Woolmer View, The Avenue, Graysott.
Emma Baston aged 84 years, spinster, retired domestic worker (private service)
Cause, Broncho Pneumonia of the heart, generalised athersclerosis & Extensive advance emphysema after post mortem without inquest.
Informant, Dorothy Pearmon, causing the body to be buried, of Woodcot Headley Road, Hindhead, Surrey."
(I'd have never have found this without the help of Violet Hales (nee Taylor), as she knew where her aunt Emma had died). Image.

4Emma Baston, 1961, Grayshott, Hampshire, burial record (info from Rosemary O'Gorman, Violet Taylor's daughter, 20th March 2010.). "
Violet Winifred Taylor said Emma was never married and lived her last days in Hampshire as housekeeper to various semi wealthy men who over the years left her quite a bit of money.  When she died she left none to the family but left it all to friends with instructions to be buried in Grayshott Churchyard, this they did, but didn't want to waste money on a headstone, so her grave is unmarked, what nice friends they were!." Image.

5Frederick & Mary Baston, 1881 Census Haggerstone, Hackney, London, RG11/407/41/19, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
13 Edith Street, Haggerstone, Hackney.
Frederick Baston, head, aged 49, Shoe Maker, born Middlesex.
Mary A Baston, wife, aged 50, born Middlesex.
Thomas Baston, son, aged 18,Boot Laster, born Middlesex.
Henry Baston, son, aged 10, born Middlesex.
Emma Baston, daughter, aged 5, born Middlesex." Image.

6Frederick & 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.

7Thomas & 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.

8William, Henry & Emma Baston, 1911 census Hackney, London, RG14PN1146_RG78PN38_RD11_SD5_ED7_SN248, 2 Apr 1911, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
20 Fremont Street, King Edward Road - 3 rooms.
William Baston head age 55 widower, boot maker born Shoreditch.
Henry Baston brother age 40 single, boot maker born Haggerstone.
Emma Baston sister age 35 single, housekeeper born Haggerstone." Image.

9William, Harry (Henry) & Emma Baston - rememberances, Rose O'Gorman (nee Hales) 8th August 2010. "
  Hi Carol, I came back from the UK with a few photos that might be of interest. One is of my Mum's sister my Aunt May taken when she was approximately 20 years. And taken in the same studio that many of the other photos were taken in., which was the studio of: T.S. Robinson, photographer, 185 and 187 High Street, HOMERTON, E.9.  The other photo is one that was taken of Sarah Baston in old age, as my Mum would have remembered her. (8.1 cm x 5.3 cm
  Also I did have a chat to my Mum about the uncles and aunts and she started talking about Tudor Grove. She said that the house where Emma, Will and Harry lived in was half way down the Grove and was quite a Grand large house that had eight steps leading up to the doorway. It was two stories with a large attic upstairs, and a place that my Mum went into many times.  At the end of the row was a tiny cottage where my Mum's Gran Alice lived with her youngest son Cyril.  She said that she rembered an Aunt Liz, but not that well. But did remember that most people called her Lilibet. She also thinks that she died when she was youngish, but could not be 100% about it, but did not think that she married.  she also told me a little about the characters of Will and Harry. Will was a very serious person who rarely smiled, was quite rotund and much shorter in stature than Harry.  Harry was tall, but always had a bad leg, but despite that a real character who was always funny and loved to make everyone laugh. My Mum was very fond of him.
  Also I thought you might like the photographer details that  are  on the back of the photo that I said my Mum said was of a younger Sarah Baston (Noble). It is J.Fisher and co, 174, Edware Road W and 54 Mare Street, Hackney, N.E.
  Rosemary O'Gorman: Speak to you soon, Rose x.".


66. Henry (William Henry?) NOBLE

1Mary Ann Sarah Noble, 1849, Shoreditch, Middlesex, Baptism Register, Page 147, entry 1169, 30 Jan 1849, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, born 2nd January 1849, baptised 30th January 1849.
Mary Ann Sarah to William Henry & Mary Ann Noble of Union Buildings, a carman."
Note: Father's name shown as William Henry.

2Henry Noble 1888 Hackney Death Certificate, 7 Apr 1888, 1888/Jun/Hackney/1b/274. "
7th April 1888 Hackney Union Infirmary, Hackney, Henry Noble age 62/67, Carman of 45 Haverlock Road. Apoplexy Coma.
Informant: S Baston, daughter, 16 Victoria Grove." Image.

3Henry Noble & Mary Biggs 1844 Shoreditch Marriage Certificate, 1844/Dec/Shoreditch/2/375. "
No 415 St Mary Haggerstone 25 Dec 1944.
Henry Noble, Carman of Union St & Mary Ann Augustus Biggs of Union St.
Fathers: Lt (late) Jacob Noble, Tailor & Richard Biggs L_Sawyer.
Witnesses: William Noble & Joseph Rouse.". Image.

4Mary Noble plus Sarah, Henry, Sarah & Sarah 1841 Census, Bishopsgate, London, HO107/725/12/17/27, 6 Jun 1841, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
Skinner Street, Bishopsgate.
Mary Noble age 65 Ind born Middx.
Sarah Noble age 20 Tailoress born Middx.
Henry Noble age 18 born Middx.
Sarah Noble age 2 born Middx." Image.

5Henry Noble's Bible - front cover (Found in Violet Winifred Hale's loft April 2010), 4 Jun 1848. "
Inside front cover:-
To Henry Noble presented by Wm Linn, June 4, 1848.
William Doubtfire born 30 Dec 69 (1869). died 18 Feb 71 grave 12369. [the son on Mary Ann Sarah Noble who married Richard Doubtfire].
right hand leaf has the name Sarah Noble as it became her bible on Henry's death.  The number 31564 is written many times on both leaves, prehaps Henry's grave number?." Image.

6Henry Noble's Bible - back cover (Found in Violet Winifred Hale's (nee Taylor) loft April 2010), 4 Jun 1848. "
Inside back cover:-
The ages of the children of Henry & Mary Nobles married  25th December 1844.
William Henry born 25th October 1845.
Mary Ann Sarah born Tuesday morning quarter to 3, January 2/49.
Henry Noble born 7th August 1851.
Richard Noble born 18th June 1854.
Ann Nobles born January 11th at half past 9 o'clock in the morning 1857.
Johan Noble born October 4, 1858.
Sarah Noble born 18th day of November 1861.
The number 31564 appears again." Image.

7Henry Noble's Bible - extra leaf (Found in Violet Winifred Hale's loft April 2010). "
Sarah Noble the gift of her affectionate sister-in-law, Nov 23/-73.
Johan Noble who died the 18th March 1877. (inverted).
(Johan [Johan] was Henry's brother and Sarah's uncle and was born 1800)." Image.

8Richard & Ann Biggs plus William & Mary Noble 1851 Census Shoreditch, HO107/1534/134/27, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
11 Union Buildings, Shoredtich.
Richard Biggs head age 63 Sawyer born Shoreditch
Ann Biggs wife age 62 born St Giles, Middlesex.
Mary Biggs daughter m age 28 born Shoreditch.
William Biggs son-in-law (son?) age 26 born Shoreditch.
Henry Biggs (Noble? son-in-law?) age 28 Carman born Shoreditch.
Mary Biggs (Noble nee Biggs?) daughter-in-law? age 26 born Shoreditch.
William Noble grandson age 5 born Shoreditch.
Mary A Noble granddaug age 2 born Shoreditch."
(Note: Surnames probably entered incorrectly.  William Biggs is shown as their son age 16 on the 1841 census so should be shown as "son".  My guess is that Henry should have been labeled as the son-in-law and should have the surname Noble as per the grand-children). Image.

9Henry & Mary Noble, 1861 Census p32, Hackney, London, RG9/252/37/32, 7 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
3 Smith's Buildings, Bethnal Green
Henry Noble head age 40 carman born Bishopsgate, City.
Mary A Noble wife age 40 boot binder born Shoreditch.
William Noble son age 15 labourer born Shoreditch.
Mary A Noble daughter age 12 boot binder born Shoredtich.
Henry Noble son age 9 scholar born Shoreditch.
(continued on page 33)." Image.

10Henry & Mary Noble, 1861 Census p33, Hackney, London, RG9/251/37/33, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
3 Smiths Buildings, Bethnal Green (continued from page 32)
Richard Noble son age 6 scholar born Shoreditch.
John Noble son age 2 scholar born Shoreditch." Image.

11Henry & Mary Noble, 1871 Census p22 Hackney, London, RG10/437/45/22, 3 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
15 Socrates Place Hackney.
Henry Noble Head aged 49 Labourer born Shoreditch.
Mary A Noble Wife aged 49 born Shoreditch.
Henry Noble Son aged 19 Carman born Shoreditch
John Noble Son aged 12 Errand Boy born Shoreditch
(Cont on page 23)." Image.

12Henry & Mary Noble, 1871 Census p23 Hackney, London, RG10/437/46/23, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
15 Socrates Place, Hackney (page 23 cont from p 22).
Richard Noble, Son, aged 12, Labourer, born Shoreditch.
Sarah Noble, Daughter, aged 9, scholar, born Shoreditch." Image.

13Henry Noble & daug Sarah, 1881 Census Hackney, London, RG11/0407/90/12, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
44 Brunswick St, Hackney
Henry Noble Head age 60 Widower Carman born City of London
Sarah Noble Daughter age 20 Boot Machinist born Bethnal Green." Image.


67. Mary Ann Augustus BIGGS

1Mary Ann Augustus Biggs 1821 St Leonards, Shoreditch Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm & LDS 040804. "
St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch No 614 14th May 1821
Mary Ann Augustus Biggs to Richard & Ann Biggs of Cottons Gardens, a sawyer.
Born 22 Apr 1821 Christened 14 May 1821.". Image.

2Mary Ann Noble 1878 Shoreditch Death Certificate, 1878/Mar/Shoreditch/1c/122. "
24 Feb 1878 18 Brunswick Street, Haggerstone, Mary Noble age 56, wife of Henry Noble, scavenger.  Bronchitis exhaustion
Informant: S Noble, daughter 18 Brunswick Street.". Image.

3Richard & Ann Biggs 1841 Census Shoreditch, London, HO107/0709/3/23/5, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
11 Union Buildings, Shoreditch.
Richard Biggs head age 50 Sawyer born Middx.
Ann Biggs wife age 50 Laundress.
Richard Biggs son age 26 Boot Maker.
Sarah Biggs daughter age 20 London.
Mary Biggs daughter age 20 Shoe Binder.
William Biggs son age 16 Horse Hair Dresser." Image.

4Richard & Ann Biggs plus William & Mary Noble 1851 Census Shoreditch, HO107/1534/134/27, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
11 Union Buildings, Shoredtich.
Richard Biggs head age 63 Sawyer born Shoreditch
Ann Biggs wife age 62 born St Giles, Middlesex.
Mary Biggs daughter m age 28 born Shoreditch.
William Biggs son-in-law (son?) age 26 born Shoreditch.
Henry Biggs (Noble? son-in-law?) age 28 Carman born Shoreditch.
Mary Biggs (Noble nee Biggs?) daughter-in-law? age 26 born Shoreditch.
William Noble grandson age 5 born Shoreditch.
Mary A Noble granddaug age 2 born Shoreditch."
(Note: Surnames probably entered incorrectly.  William Biggs is shown as their son age 16 on the 1841 census so should be shown as "son".  My guess is that Henry should have been labeled as the son-in-law and should have the surname Noble as per the grand-children). Image.

5Henry & Mary Noble, 1861 Census p32, Hackney, London, RG9/252/37/32, 7 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
3 Smith's Buildings, Bethnal Green
Henry Noble head age 40 carman born Bishopsgate, City.
Mary A Noble wife age 40 boot binder born Shoreditch.
William Noble son age 15 labourer born Shoreditch.
Mary A Noble daughter age 12 boot binder born Shoredtich.
Henry Noble son age 9 scholar born Shoreditch.
(continued on page 33)." Image.

6Henry & Mary Noble, 1871 Census p22 Hackney, London, RG10/437/45/22, 3 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
15 Socrates Place Hackney.
Henry Noble Head aged 49 Labourer born Shoreditch.
Mary A Noble Wife aged 49 born Shoreditch.
Henry Noble Son aged 19 Carman born Shoreditch
John Noble Son aged 12 Errand Boy born Shoreditch
(Cont on page 23)." Image.


33. William Henry NOBLE

1Henry Noble's Bible - back cover (Found in Violet Winifred Hale's (nee Taylor) loft April 2010), 25 Oct 1845. "
Inside back cover:-
The ages of the children of Henry & Mary Nobles married  25th December 1844.
William Henry born 25th October 1845." Image.

2Henry Noble's Bible - back cover, 4 Jun 1848. "
Inside back cover:-
The ages of the children of Henry & Mary Nobles married  25th December 1844.
William Henry born 25th October 1845.
Mary Ann Sarah born Tuesday morning quarter to 3, January 2/49.
Henry Noble born 7th August 1851.
Richard Noble born 18th June 1854.
Ann Nobles born January 11th at half past 9 o'clock in the morning 1857.
Johan Noble born October 4, 1858.
Sarah Noble born 18th day of November 1861.
The number 31564 appears again." Image.

3William Henry Noble, 1845, Shoreditch, Middlesex, Baptism Register, Page 96 entry 764, 2 Nov 1845, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, 2nd November 1845, born 24th October.
William Henry to Henry & Mary Ann Augusta Noble of Union Buildings, a carman." Image.

4Richard & Ann Biggs plus William & Mary Noble 1851 Census Shoreditch, HO107/1534/134/27, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
11 Union Buildings, Shoredtich.
Richard Biggs head age 63 Sawyer born Shoreditch
Ann Biggs wife age 62 born St Giles, Middlesex.
Mary Biggs daughter m age 28 born Shoreditch.
William Biggs son-in-law (son?) age 26 born Shoreditch.
Henry Biggs (Noble? son-in-law?) age 28 Carman born Shoreditch.
Mary Biggs (Noble nee Biggs?) daughter-in-law? age 26 born Shoreditch.
William Noble grandson age 5 born Shoreditch.
Mary A Noble granddaug age 2 born Shoreditch."
(Note: Surnames probably entered incorrectly.  William Biggs is shown as their son age 16 on the 1841 census so should be shown as "son".  My guess is that Henry should have been labeled as the son-in-law and should have the surname Noble as per the grand-children). Image.

5Henry & Mary Noble, 1861 Census p32, Hackney, London, RG9/252/37/32, 7 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
3 Smith's Buildings, Bethnal Green
Henry Noble head age 40 carman born Bishopsgate, City.
Mary A Noble wife age 40 boot binder born Shoreditch.
William Noble son age 15 labourer born Shoreditch.
Mary A Noble daughter age 12 boot binder born Shoredtich.
Henry Noble son age 9 scholar born Shoreditch.
(continued on page 33)." Image.


33. Mary Ann Sarah NOBLE

1Mary Ann Sarah Noble, 1849, Shoreditch, London, Birth, General Register Office, 1849/Mar/Shoreditch/2/491.

2Henry Noble's Bible - back cover (Found in Violet Winifred Hale's (nee Taylor) loft April 2010), 4 Jun 1848. "
Inside back cover:-
The ages of the children of Henry & Mary Nobles married  25th December 1844.
William Henry born 25th October 1845.
Mary Ann Sarah born Tuesday morning quarter to 3, January 2/49.
Henry Noble born 7th August 1851.
Richard Noble born 18th June 1854.
Ann Nobles born January 11th at half past 9 o'clock in the morning 1857.
Johan Noble born October 4, 1858.
Sarah Noble born 18th day of November 1861.
The number 31564 appears again." Image.

3Mary Ann Sarah Noble, 1849, Shoreditch, Middlesex, Baptism Register, Page 147, entry 1169, 30 Jan 1849, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, born 2nd January 1849, baptised 30th January 1849.
Mary Ann Sarah to William Henry & Mary Ann Noble of Union Buildings, a carman." Image.

4Richard & Ann Biggs plus William & Mary Noble 1851 Census Shoreditch, HO107/1534/134/27, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
11 Union Buildings, Shoredtich.
Richard Biggs head age 63 Sawyer born Shoreditch
Ann Biggs wife age 62 born St Giles, Middlesex.
Mary Biggs daughter m age 28 born Shoreditch.
William Biggs son-in-law (son?) age 26 born Shoreditch.
Henry Biggs (Noble? son-in-law?) age 28 Carman born Shoreditch.
Mary Biggs (Noble nee Biggs?) daughter-in-law? age 26 born Shoreditch.
William Noble grandson age 5 born Shoreditch.
Mary A Noble granddaug age 2 born Shoreditch."
(Note: Surnames probably entered incorrectly.  William Biggs is shown as their son age 16 on the 1841 census so should be shown as "son".  My guess is that Henry should have been labeled as the son-in-law and should have the surname Noble as per the grand-children). Image.

5Henry & Mary Noble, 1861 Census p32, Hackney, London, RG9/252/37/32, 7 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
3 Smith's Buildings, Bethnal Green
Henry Noble head age 40 carman born Bishopsgate, City.
Mary A Noble wife age 40 boot binder born Shoreditch.
William Noble son age 15 labourer born Shoreditch.
Mary A Noble daughter age 12 boot binder born Shoredtich.
Henry Noble son age 9 scholar born Shoreditch.
(continued on page 33)." Image.


33. Henry NOBLE

1Henry Noble, 1852, Hackney, London, Birth Certificate, 7 Aug 1851, General Register Office, 1851/Sep/Shoreditch/2/493. "
No 274, 7th August 1851, 11 Union Buildings, Hackney Road.
Henry to Henry Nobles & Mary Ann Nobles (formerly Biggs), a carter.
Informant, Mary A Nobles (x), mother, 11 Union Buildings, 9th September 1851."
Sarah Noble's bible states Henry was born 7th August 1851. Image.

2Henry Noble's Bible - back cover (Found in Violet Winifred Hale's (nee Taylor) loft April 2010), 4 Jun 1848. "
Inside back cover:-
The ages of the children of Henry & Mary Nobles married  25th December 1844.
William Henry born 25th October 1845.
Mary Ann Sarah born Tuesday morning quarter to 3, January 2/49.
Henry Noble born 7th August 1851.
Richard Noble born 18th June 1854.
Ann Nobles born January 11th at half past 9 o'clock in the morning 1857.
Johan Noble born October 4, 1858.
Sarah Noble born 18th day of November 1861.
The number 31564 appears again." Image.

3Henry & Mary Noble, 1861 Census p32, Hackney, London, RG9/252/37/32, 7 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
3 Smith's Buildings, Bethnal Green
Henry Noble head age 40 carman born Bishopsgate, City.
Mary A Noble wife age 40 boot binder born Shoreditch.
William Noble son age 15 labourer born Shoreditch.
Mary A Noble daughter age 12 boot binder born Shoredtich.
Henry Noble son age 9 scholar born Shoreditch.
(continued on page 33)." Image.

4Henry & Mary Noble, 1871 Census p22 Hackney, London, RG10/437/45/22, 3 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
15 Socrates Place Hackney.
Henry Noble Head aged 49 Labourer born Shoreditch.
Mary A Noble Wife aged 49 born Shoreditch.
Henry Noble Son aged 19 Carman born Shoreditch
John Noble Son aged 12 Errand Boy born Shoreditch
(Cont on page 23)." Image.

5Henry & Elizabeth Noble, 1881 Census Hackney, London, RG11/400/?/24, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
45 Essex St
John Houghton head age 55 watch maker
Ruth Houghton wife age 54
John Houghton son age 27
Henry Noble, Son in law, age 28, Labourer, born Shoreditch
Eliza Noble, Daughter, age 28, Wife, born Hoxton
Henry Noble, son, age 5, born Hoxton
Eliza Noble, daughter, age 3, born Hoxton
William Noble, son, age 1, born Hoxton." Image.

6Henry & Elizabeth Noble, 1891 Census Shoreditch, London, RG12/255/13/19, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
15 Clarence Terrace
Henry Noble, Head, age 38, Gen Labourer, born Shoreditch
Elizabeth Noble, Wife, age 35, born Shoreditch
Henry Noble, son age 15 Errand Boy, born Shoreditch
Eliza Noble, daughter, age 13, scholar, born Shoreditch
William Noble, son, age 11, scholar, born Shoreditch
Ernest Noble, son, age 9, scholar, born Shoreditch
Rose Noble, daughter, age 6, scholar, born Shoreditch
Albert Noble, son, age 4, born Shoreditch
Frederick Noble, son, age 2, born Shoreditch." Image.


33. Richard NOBLE

1Richard Noble 1855 Bethnal Green district birth GRO, 1855/Mar/Bethnal Green/1c/119.
(birth date from Cyril Noble, a descendant).

2Henry Noble's Bible - back cover (Found in Violet Winifred Hale's (nee Taylor) loft April 2010), 4 Jun 1848. "
Inside back cover:-
The ages of the children of Henry & Mary Nobles married  25th December 1844.
William Henry born 25th October 1845.
Mary Ann Sarah born Tuesday morning quarter to 3, January 2/49.
Henry Noble born 7th August 1851.
Richard Noble born 18th June 1854.
Ann Nobles born January 11th at half past 9 o'clock in the morning 1857.
Johan Noble born October 4, 1858.
Sarah Noble born 18th day of November 1861.
The number 31564 appears again." Image.

3Richard Noble 1854, Shoredtich, Middlesex, Baptism Register, Page 238, entry 1904, 9 Jul 1854, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, born 18th June 1854, baptised 9th July 1854.
Richard to Henry & Mary Ann Augusta Noble of 11 Union Buidlings, carman." Image.

4Ancestor Chart of Cyril Henry Noble born 1939 Rochford, Essex, Richard Noble, 18 Jun 1854. "
Ancestral file provided by Cyril Henry Noble 2007.". Image.

5Henry & Mary Noble, 1861 Census p33, Hackney, London, RG9/251/37/33, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
3 Smiths Buildings, Bethnal Green (continued from page 32)
Richard Noble son age 6 scholar born Shoreditch.
John Noble son age 2 scholar born Shoreditch." Image.

6Henry & Mary Noble, 1871 Census p23 Hackney, London, RG10/437/46/23, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
15 Socrates Place, Hackney (page 23 cont from p 22).
Richard Noble, Son, aged 12, Labourer, born Shoreditch.
Sarah Noble, Daughter, aged 9, scholar, born Shoreditch." Image.

7Richard & Elizabeth Noble, 1881 Census Bethnal Green, London, RG11/429/95/10, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
29 Harts Lane.
Richard Noble head age 26 Bricklayer Labourer born Shoreditch.
Elizabeth Noble wife age 26 born Shoreditch.
Richard Noble son age 2 born Shoreditch.
William Noble son age 7 months born Shoreditch." Image.

8Richard & Elizabeth Noble, 1891 Census Stamford Hill, London, RG12/183/181/40, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
15 Chapel Road (Old).
Richard Noble head age 36 builder carman born Shoredtich.
Elizabeth Noble wife age 38 born Islington.
Richard Noble son age 13 scholar born Bethnal Green.
William Noble son age 10 scholar  born Shoreditch.
Arthur Noble son age 8 scholar born Bethnal Green.
Alfre Nobled son age 3 born Bethnal Green.
Lilian Noble daughter age 1 born Shoreditch." Image.

9Richard & Elizabeth Nobles, 1901 Census Tottenham, London., RG13/1249/74/24, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
12 Rangemoor.
Richard Nobles head age 46 house painter born Hackney born Shoreditch.
Elizabeth Nobles wife age 48 born NK.
Richard Nobles son age 22 house painter born Hackney.
William Nobles son age 20 house painter born Hackney.
Albert Nobles son age 13 errand boy born Stoke Newington
Robert Nobles son age 9 born Hackney
Lilian Nobles daughter age 11 Tottenham
Sydney Nobles son age 2 Tottenham." Image.

10Richard & Elizabeth Noble & family (courtesy Cyril Noble, grandson). "
about 1916.". Image.


33. Ann NOBLE

1Henry Noble's Bible - back cover (Found in Violet Winifred Hale's (nee Taylor) loft April 2010), 4 Jun 1848. "
Inside back cover:-
The ages of the children of Henry & Mary Nobles married  25th December 1844.
William Henry born 25th October 1845.
Mary Ann Sarah born Tuesday morning quarter to 3, January 2/49.
Henry Noble born 7th August 1851.
Richard Noble born 18th June 1854.
Ann Nobles born January 11th at half past 9 o'clock in the morning 1857.
Johan Noble born October 4, 1858.
Sarah Noble born 18th day of November 1861.
The number 31564 appears again." Image.

2Ann Noble, 1857, Shoreditch, Middlesex, Baptism Register, Page 27 entry 213, 1 Feb 1857, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, born 11th January 1857, baptised 1st February 1857.
Ann to Henry & Mary Noble of 3 Gun's Buildings, carman." Image.


33. John NOBLE

1John Noble 1858 Shoreditch, Middleses, Baptism Register, Page 274, entry 2188, 24 Oct 1858, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm & GRO 1858/Dec/Shoreditch/1c/113. "
St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, born 4th October 1858, baptised 24th October 1858.
John to Henry & Mary Noble of 3 Guy's Buildings, a carman." Image.

2Henry Noble's Bible - back cover (Found in Violet Winifred Hale's (nee Taylor) loft April 2010), 4 Jun 1848. "
Inside back cover:-
The ages of the children of Henry & Mary Nobles married  25th December 1844.
William Henry born 25th October 1845.
Mary Ann Sarah born Tuesday morning quarter to 3, January 2/49.
Henry Noble born 7th August 1851.
Richard Noble born 18th June 1854.
Ann Nobles born January 11th at half past 9 o'clock in the morning 1857.
Johan Noble born October 4, 1858.
Sarah Noble born 18th day of November 1861.
The number 31564 appears again." Image.

3Henry & Mary Noble, 1861 Census p33, Hackney, London, RG9/251/37/33, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
3 Smiths Buildings, Bethnal Green (continued from page 32)
Richard Noble son age 6 scholar born Shoreditch.
John Noble son age 2 scholar born Shoreditch." Image.

4Henry & Mary Noble, 1871 Census p22 Hackney, London, RG10/437/45/22, 3 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
15 Socrates Place Hackney.
Henry Noble Head aged 49 Labourer born Shoreditch.
Mary A Noble Wife aged 49 born Shoreditch.
Henry Noble Son aged 19 Carman born Shoreditch
John Noble Son aged 12 Errand Boy born Shoreditch
(Cont on page 23)." Image.

5John & Martha Noble,  1881 Census  Shoreditch, London, RG11/394/?/3, 3 Apr 1881, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
94 Pitfield St
John Noble, Head, age 22, Turner, born Shoreditch
Martha Noble, Wife, age 22, Feather Curler, born Shoreditch." Image.

6John & Martha Noble, 1891 Census Haggerstone, London, RG12/252/?/20, 5 Apr 1891, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
41 Weymouth Terrace
John Noble, Head, age 32, Wood Turner, born Shoreditch
Martha Noble, Wife, age 32, born Shoreditch
John Noble, son, age 8, scholar, born Shoreditch
Henry W Noble, son, age 5, born Shoreditch
Beatrice Noble, daughter, age 4, born Shoreditch
Lillie Noble, daughter, age 2, born Shoreditch." Image.


68. Joseph William EUSDEN

1Joseph William Euesden 1832 Shoreditch Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, No 1814 St Leonard's Shoreditch 1832. "
Joseph William to Daniel & Elizabeth Euesden, St Leonard's Shoreditch
Born 7 May 1832 Christened 27 May 1832.". Image.

2Joseph William Euesden 1889 Hackney bn 1831 Death GRO, 1889/Dec/Hackney/1b/363. "aged 58.".

3Joseph William Eusden & Ann Wooding 1855 Bethnal Green Marriage Certificate, 1855/Sep/Bethnal Green/1c/524, 8 Jul 1855, General Register Office. "
1855 St James' Church, Bethnal Greeen, No 79 July 8th
Joseph Willim Eusden, bachelor, Labourer, Fuller St & Ann Wooding, spinster, Fuller St.
Fathers: Daniel Eusden, deceased & John Wooding, deceased
Wit: Daniel Thomas Eusden & Betsy Wooding." Image.

4William & Ann Euesdin, 1861 census, Shoreditch, London, RG9/248/45/9, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
4 Maidstone Place, Shoreditch
William Evesdin head age 28 Labourer Gas Works born Shoreditch
Ann Evesdin wife age 27 born Shoreditch
Eliza Evesdin daughter age 5 born Shoreditch
Phillip Evesdin son age 3 born Shoreditch
Elizabeth Evesdin daughter age 1 born Shoreditch
Phillip Evesdin brother age 26 Labourer Gas Works born Shoreditch." Image.

5Joseph & Ann Eusden, 1871 Census p28 Hackney, London, RG10/466/78/28, 2 Jun 1871, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
James St (page 28)
Joseph Eusden Head age 38 Labourer born Shoreditch
Ann Eusden Wife age 35 born Shoreditch
Philip Eusden son age 14 born Shoreditch
(continued on page 29)." Image.

6Joseph & Ann Eusden, 1871 Census p29 Hackney, London, RG10/466/79/29, 2 Apr 1871, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
James Street, (page 29 cont from page 28)
Elizb Eusden daugher age 11 watchman Lamp Gas Co. born Shoreditch.
John Eusden son age 9 domestic born Shoredtich.
Joseph Eusden son age 6 scholar born Shoreditch.
Daniel Eusden son age 2 born Shoreditch." Image.

7Joseph & Ann Euesdon, 1881 Census Hackney, London, RG11/314/101/51, 3 Apr 1881, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
40 Eaton Place
Joseph Euesdon Head age 48 Labourer born Kingsland
Ann Euesdon Wife age 45 born Kingsland
Phillip Euesdon son age 22 Lab born Shoreditch
John Euesdon son age 19 Lab born Haggerstone
Joseph Euesdon son age 14 Errand boy born Haggerstone
Daniel Euesdon son age 12 scholar born Haggerstone
James Euesdon son age 10 scholar born Haggerstone
George Euesdon son age 5 Sch born Haggerstone
Samuel Euesdon son age 3 born Haggerstone." Image.


69. Ann WOODING

1Ann Wooding 1837 Shoreditch Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
No 1473 St Leonard's, Shoredtich
Ann Wooding born 3 Jan 1837 Christened 24 Jun 1837 to John Wooding & Elizabeth of Poole Street, a Stick Dresser.". Image.

2Ann Euesden 1911 Hackney Death GRO, 1911/Mar/Hackney/1b/331. "Age 71 = born 1839.".

3John & Elizabeth Wooding 1839 Shoreditch Workhouse. "
Admitted 6 February 1839, discharged 25 April 1839 - all off to parents in Turvey.
Anne Wooding age 2 No. 3864
John Wooding age 30 No 3866
Mary Wooding age 4 No. 3867
Elizabeth Wooding age 30 No. 3861
Selina Wooding age 9 No. 3862
James Wooding age 6 No. 3861."
On the 1841 census shown as Jane but on this workhouse entry, shown as James. Image.

4John & Elizabeth Wooding, 1841 Census Tower Hamlets, London, H107/659/1/10/12, 6 Jun 1841, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
Gun Street, Old Artillery Ground, Tower Hamlets.
John Wooding age 30 Stick Dresser born not Middx.
Eliz'th Wooding age 30 born Middx.
Maria Wooding age 11 born Middx.
Jane Wooding age 9 born Middx.
Mary Wooding age 7 born Middx.
Ann Wooding age 4 born Middx."
On the 1841 census James is shown as Jane but on the 1839 workhouse entry, shown as James. Image.

5Ann Wooding, 1851 Census Shoredtich, London, HO107/1536/535/31, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
8 Branch Street, Shoreditch
Ann Wooding, age 13 Servant born Stepney." Image.

6William & Ann Euesdin, 1861 census, Shoreditch, London, RG9/248/45/9, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
4 Maidstone Place, Shoreditch
William Evesdin head age 28 Labourer Gas Works born Shoreditch
Ann Evesdin wife age 27 born Shoreditch
Eliza Evesdin daughter age 5 born Shoreditch
Phillip Evesdin son age 3 born Shoreditch
Elizabeth Evesdin daughter age 1 born Shoreditch
Phillip Evesdin brother age 26 Labourer Gas Works born Shoreditch." Image.

7Joseph & Ann Eusden, 1871 Census p28 Hackney, London, RG10/466/78/28, 2 Jun 1871, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
James St (page 28)
Joseph Eusden Head age 38 Labourer born Shoreditch
Ann Eusden Wife age 35 born Shoreditch
Philip Eusden son age 14 born Shoreditch
(continued on page 29)." Image.

8Joseph & Ann Eusden, 1871 Census p29 Hackney, London, RG10/466/79/29, 2 Apr 1871, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
James Street, (page 29 cont from page 28)
Elizb Eusden daugher age 11 watchman Lamp Gas Co. born Shoreditch.
John Eusden son age 9 domestic born Shoredtich.
Joseph Eusden son age 6 scholar born Shoreditch.
Daniel Eusden son age 2 born Shoreditch." Image.

9Joseph & Ann Euesdon, 1881 Census Hackney, London, RG11/314/101/51, 3 Apr 1881, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
40 Eaton Place
Joseph Euesdon Head age 48 Labourer born Kingsland
Ann Euesdon Wife age 45 born Kingsland
Phillip Euesdon son age 22 Lab born Shoreditch
John Euesdon son age 19 Lab born Haggerstone
Joseph Euesdon son age 14 Errand boy born Haggerstone
Daniel Euesdon son age 12 scholar born Haggerstone
James Euesdon son age 10 scholar born Haggerstone
George Euesdon son age 5 Sch born Haggerstone
Samuel Euesdon son age 3 born Haggerstone." Image.

10Ann Euesden & family, 1901 census, Hackney, London, RG13/231/19/30, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
16 Priory Place, Hackney.
Ann Euesden head, widow age 61 born Hoxton.
Philip Euesden son, single age 44 gas fitter born London Fields.
Joseph Euesden son, widower age 31 carman (furniture) born Haggerstone.
Samuel Euesden son, single age 23 bricklayer's labourer born Hackney.
Willie Euesden grandson age 7 born Finsbury." Image.


34. Eliza EUSDEN

1Eliza Euston 1855 Shoreditch Birth GRO, General Register Office, 1855/Sep/Shoreditch/1c/166. Listed as Euston on ancestry.co.uk.

2William & Ann Euesdin, 1861 census, Shoreditch, London, RG9/248/45/9, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
4 Maidstone Place, Shoreditch
William Evesdin head age 28 Labourer Gas Works born Shoreditch
Ann Evesdin wife age 27 born Shoreditch
Eliza Evesdin daughter age 5 born Shoreditch
Phillip Evesdin son age 3 born Shoreditch
Elizabeth Evesdin daughter age 1 born Shoreditch
Phillip Evesdin brother age 26 Labourer Gas Works born Shoreditch." Image.


34. Philip Henry EUSDEN

1Philip Henry Euesden 1857 Shoredtich Birth GRO, 1857/Dec/Shoreditch/1c/215. "listed under Eueston on ancestry.co.uk.".

2Philip Henry Eusden, 1858, Islington, London, Baptism Register, Page 280, entry 2235, 9 May 1858, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Mary's Church, Islington, born 18th August 1857, baptised 9th May 1858.
Henry Philip son of William & Ann Eusden of Randalls Cottages, labourer." Image.

3William & Ann Euesdin, 1861 census, Shoreditch, London, RG9/248/45/9, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
4 Maidstone Place, Shoreditch
William Evesdin head age 28 Labourer Gas Works born Shoreditch
Ann Evesdin wife age 27 born Shoreditch
Eliza Evesdin daughter age 5 born Shoreditch
Phillip Evesdin son age 3 born Shoreditch
Elizabeth Evesdin daughter age 1 born Shoreditch
Phillip Evesdin brother age 26 Labourer Gas Works born Shoreditch." Image.

4Joseph & Ann Eusden, 1871 Census p28 Hackney, London, RG10/466/78/28, 2 Jun 1871, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
James St (page 28)
Joseph Eusden Head age 38 Labourer born Shoreditch
Ann Eusden Wife age 35 born Shoreditch
Philip Eusden son age 14 born Shoreditch
(continued on page 29)." Image.

5Joseph & Ann Euesdon, 1881 Census Hackney, London, RG11/314/101/51, 3 Apr 1881, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
40 Eaton Place
Joseph Euesdon Head age 48 Labourer born Kingsland
Ann Euesdon Wife age 45 born Kingsland
Phillip Euesdon son age 22 Lab born Shoreditch
John Euesdon son age 19 Lab born Haggerstone
Joseph Euesdon son age 14 Errand boy born Haggerstone
Daniel Euesdon son age 12 scholar born Haggerstone
James Euesdon son age 10 scholar born Haggerstone
George Euesdon son age 5 Sch born Haggerstone
Samuel Euesdon son age 3 born Haggerstone." Image.

6Ann Euesden & family, 1901 census, Hackney, London, RG13/231/19/30, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
16 Priory Place, Hackney.
Ann Euesden head, widow age 61 born Hoxton.
Philip Euesden son, single age 44 gas fitter born London Fields.
Joseph Euesden son, widower age 31 carman (furniture) born Haggerstone.
Samuel Euesden son, single age 23 bricklayer's labourer born Hackney.
Willie Euesden grandson age 7 born Finsbury." Image.

7Philip Henry Euesden, 1929, Will Probate, London, ancestry.co.uk, 26 Jun 1929, Principal Probate Registry, London. "
Philip Henry Euesden of Alverstock, Mayfair Avenue, Ilford, Essex died 17th April 1929 at University Cottage Hospital, Gower Street, Middlesex.  Probate 26th June 1929 to Alice Emily Euesden, widow  Effects £2944 13s 1d."


34. Elizabeth EUSDEN

1Elizabeth Euesden 1860 Shoredtich Birth GRO, 1860/Mar/Shoreditch/1c/226.

2Elizabeth Euesden, 1860, Hoxton, London, Baptism Register, Page 83, entry 660, 29 Jul 1860, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St John the Baptist, Hoxton, 29th July 1860.
Elizabeth daughter of William & Ann Euesden of Maidstone Place, labourer." Image.

3William & Ann Euesdin, 1861 census, Shoreditch, London, RG9/248/45/9, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
4 Maidstone Place, Shoreditch
William Evesdin head age 28 Labourer Gas Works born Shoreditch
Ann Evesdin wife age 27 born Shoreditch
Eliza Evesdin daughter age 5 born Shoreditch
Phillip Evesdin son age 3 born Shoreditch
Elizabeth Evesdin daughter age 1 born Shoreditch
Phillip Evesdin brother age 26 Labourer Gas Works born Shoreditch." Image.

4Joseph & Ann Eusden, 1871 Census p29 Hackney, London, RG10/466/79/29, 2 Apr 1871, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
James Street, (page 29 cont from page 28)
Elizb Eusden daugher age 11 watchman Lamp Gas Co. born Shoreditch.
John Eusden son age 9 domestic born Shoredtich.
Joseph Eusden son age 6 scholar born Shoreditch.
Daniel Eusden son age 2 born Shoreditch." Image.


34. Ann EUSDEN

1Ann Euston, 1862, Islington, London, Baptism Register, Page 226, entry 1807, 29 Jun 1862, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Mary's Church, Islington, born 8th June 1862, baptised 29th June 1862.
Ann Euston daughter of William & Ann Euston of Randall's Cottages, labourer." Image.


34. Joseph William EUESDEN

1Joseph William Euesden 1865 Shoreditch Birth GRO, 1865/Jun/Shoreditch/1c/178. "Listed under Euston on ancestry.co.uk.".

2Joseph William Eusten, 1865, Haggerston, Hackney, London, Baptism Register, Page 53, entry 421, 2 Apr 1865, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
All Saint's Church, Haggerston, 2nd April 1865.
Joseph William Eusten son of Joseph William & Ann Eusten of 11 James Street, labourer." Image.

3Joseph & Ann Eusden, 1871 Census p29 Hackney, London, RG10/466/79/29, 2 Apr 1871, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
James Street, (page 29 cont from page 28)
Elizb Eusden daugher age 11 watchman Lamp Gas Co. born Shoreditch.
John Eusden son age 9 domestic born Shoredtich.
Joseph Eusden son age 6 scholar born Shoreditch.
Daniel Eusden son age 2 born Shoreditch." Image.

4Joseph & Ann Euesdon, 1881 Census Hackney, London, RG11/314/101/51, 3 Apr 1881, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
40 Eaton Place
Joseph Euesdon Head age 48 Labourer born Kingsland
Ann Euesdon Wife age 45 born Kingsland
Phillip Euesdon son age 22 Lab born Shoreditch
John Euesdon son age 19 Lab born Haggerstone
Joseph Euesdon son age 14 Errand boy born Haggerstone
Daniel Euesdon son age 12 scholar born Haggerstone
James Euesdon son age 10 scholar born Haggerstone
George Euesdon son age 5 Sch born Haggerstone
Samuel Euesdon son age 3 born Haggerstone." Image.

5Ann Euesden & family, 1901 census, Hackney, London, RG13/231/19/30, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
16 Priory Place, Hackney.
Ann Euesden head, widow age 61 born Hoxton.
Philip Euesden son, single age 44 gas fitter born London Fields.
Joseph Euesden son, widower age 31 carman (furniture) born Haggerstone.
Samuel Euesden son, single age 23 bricklayer's labourer born Hackney.
Willie Euesden grandson age 7 born Finsbury." Image.


34. Daniel Thomas EUSDEN

1Daniel Thomas Euesden 1868 Shoreditch Birth GRO, 1868/Dec/Shoreditch/1c/157. listed under Eueston on ancestry.co.uk.

2Daniel Thomas Eusden, 1868, Shoreditch, London, Baptism Register, Page 170, entry 1359, 18 Oct 1868, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, born 28th September 1868, baptised 18th October 1868.
Daniel Thomas son of Joseph William & Ann Eusten of 11 James Street, labourer." Image.

3Joseph & Ann Eusden, 1871 Census p29 Hackney, London, RG10/466/79/29, 2 Apr 1871, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
James Street, (page 29 cont from page 28)
Elizb Eusden daugher age 11 watchman Lamp Gas Co. born Shoreditch.
John Eusden son age 9 domestic born Shoredtich.
Joseph Eusden son age 6 scholar born Shoreditch.
Daniel Eusden son age 2 born Shoreditch." Image.

4Joseph & Ann Euesdon, 1881 Census Hackney, London, RG11/314/101/51, 3 Apr 1881, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
40 Eaton Place
Joseph Euesdon Head age 48 Labourer born Kingsland
Ann Euesdon Wife age 45 born Kingsland
Phillip Euesdon son age 22 Lab born Shoreditch
John Euesdon son age 19 Lab born Haggerstone
Joseph Euesdon son age 14 Errand boy born Haggerstone
Daniel Euesdon son age 12 scholar born Haggerstone
James Euesdon son age 10 scholar born Haggerstone
George Euesdon son age 5 Sch born Haggerstone
Samuel Euesdon son age 3 born Haggerstone." Image.

5Daniel Thomas Euesden, 1925, Will Probate, London, ancestry.co.uk, 23 Jul 1925, Principal Probate Registry, London. "
Pricipal Probate Registry - Daniel Thomas Euesden of 44 Upper Park Street, Islington, Middlesex died 3rd April 1925 at Claybury Mental Hospital, Woodford Green, Essex Administration 23rd July 1925 to Elizabeth Euesden widow. Effects £103 13s 2d."


34. James EUSDEN

1James Euesden 1871 Shoreditch Birth GRO, General Register Office, 1871/Sep/Shoreditch/1c/150.

2James Euesden, 1871, Shoreditch, London, Baptism Register (ancestry.co.uk), Page 11, entry 82, 23 Jul 1871, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, 23rd July 1871.
James to Joseph William & Ann Eusden of 11 James Street, Haggerston, labourer."
indexed as Surdew on ancestry.co.uk. Image.

3Joseph & Ann Euesdon, 1881 Census Hackney, London, RG11/314/101/51, 3 Apr 1881, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
40 Eaton Place
Joseph Euesdon Head age 48 Labourer born Kingsland
Ann Euesdon Wife age 45 born Kingsland
Phillip Euesdon son age 22 Lab born Shoreditch
John Euesdon son age 19 Lab born Haggerstone
Joseph Euesdon son age 14 Errand boy born Haggerstone
Daniel Euesdon son age 12 scholar born Haggerstone
James Euesdon son age 10 scholar born Haggerstone
George Euesdon son age 5 Sch born Haggerstone
Samuel Euesdon son age 3 born Haggerstone." Image.


34. George EUSDEN

1Joseph & Ann Euesdon, 1881 Census Hackney, London, RG11/314/101/51, 3 Apr 1881, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
40 Eaton Place
Joseph Euesdon Head age 48 Labourer born Kingsland
Ann Euesdon Wife age 45 born Kingsland
Phillip Euesdon son age 22 Lab born Shoreditch
John Euesdon son age 19 Lab born Haggerstone
Joseph Euesdon son age 14 Errand boy born Haggerstone
Daniel Euesdon son age 12 scholar born Haggerstone
James Euesdon son age 10 scholar born Haggerstone
George Euesdon son age 5 Sch born Haggerstone
Samuel Euesdon son age 3 born Haggerstone." Image.


34. Samuel EUSDEN

1Samuel Euesden 1878 Hackney Birth GRO, 1878/Mar/Hackney/1b/583. Listed as Eueston on ancestry.co.uk.

2Samuel Eusden, 1878, Hackney, London, Baptism Register (ancestry.co.uk), Page 67, entry 531, 3 Feb 1878, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St John of Jerusalem, Hackney, 3rd February 1878.
Samuel to Joseph William & Ann Hughesdon of 40 Eaton Place, labourer."
indexed as Hughesdon on ancestry.co.uk. Image.

3Joseph & Ann Euesdon, 1881 Census Hackney, London, RG11/314/101/51, 3 Apr 1881, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
40 Eaton Place
Joseph Euesdon Head age 48 Labourer born Kingsland
Ann Euesdon Wife age 45 born Kingsland
Phillip Euesdon son age 22 Lab born Shoreditch
John Euesdon son age 19 Lab born Haggerstone
Joseph Euesdon son age 14 Errand boy born Haggerstone
Daniel Euesdon son age 12 scholar born Haggerstone
James Euesdon son age 10 scholar born Haggerstone
George Euesdon son age 5 Sch born Haggerstone
Samuel Euesdon son age 3 born Haggerstone." Image.

4Ann Euesden & family, 1901 census, Hackney, London, RG13/231/19/30, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
16 Priory Place, Hackney.
Ann Euesden head, widow age 61 born Hoxton.
Philip Euesden son, single age 44 gas fitter born London Fields.
Joseph Euesden son, widower age 31 carman (furniture) born Haggerstone.
Samuel Euesden son, single age 23 bricklayer's labourer born Hackney.
Willie Euesden grandson age 7 born Finsbury." Image.


70. Henry Thomas KNAGGS

1Emma Knaggs 1929 Hendon, Middlesex Death Certificate, 1929/Dec/Hendon/3a/410, 1929, 1929/Dec/Hendon/3a/410. "No 91, 26 December 1929, 2 Alice Villas, North Road, Burnt Oak.
Emma Knaggs age 90, widow of Thomas Henry Knaggs, mat maker and hawker.
Cause: Pneumonia & Myocardial degeneration
Informant: Alice Simpson, granddaughter 2 Alice Villas.". "
Name confirmation - Thomas Henry Knaggs, mat maker & hawker." Image.

2Henry Thomas Knaggs, 1836, Islington, Middlesex, Baptism Register (ancestry.co.uk), Page 255 entry 2039, 22 May 1836, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Mary's Church, Islington, Baptised 22nd May 1836, born 19th April 1836.
Henry Thomas son to James & Eliza Jemima Knaggs of Popham Street, rug weaver." Image.

3Thomas Henry Knaggs 1911 Hackney Death Certificate, 1911/Dec/Hackney/1b/600. "
No 308 15th December 1911 Hackney Union Infirmary
Thomas Henry Knaggs age 75 years, pedlar of Haberdashery of 17 Chapman Road, Hackney Wick.
Cause: Senile decay.
Inf: Alice Simpson, daughter, 17 Chapman Road.". Image.

4Thomas Knaggs & Emma Rothwell, 1858, Shoreditch, London, Marriage Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, & GRO 1858/Dec/Shoreditch/1c/324. "
No 196 St James Church, Shoreditch, 20th December 1858
Thomas Knaggs age 22 labourer & Emma Rothwell age 19 both of 4 Ironmonger Row.
Fathers: Thomas Philip Knaggs, rug weaver & Thomas Goodwin Rothwell, rug weaver.
Witnesses: John Walker & Margaret Walker."
It seems as though the Rothwell was added to Thomas Goodwin's name to make it look right on Emma's marriage certificate, Rothwell was her mother's name.. Image.

5Eliza Knaggs & Family, 1841 Census Finsbury, London (ancestry.co.uk), HO107/664/6/16/14, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Popham Street, Islington.
Eliza Knaggs age 31 born not Middx.
James Knaggs age 14.
William Knaggs age 12.
Joseph Knaggs age 10.
Isaac Knaggs age 8.
Thomas Knaggs age 5.
Charlotte Knaggs age 1 born Middx."
Father of Thomas born 1836 is shown on his marriage certificate as Thomas Phillip Knaggs, Thomas & James are often mistranscribed and there is no trace of a Thomas Phillip Knaggs or anything similar. There is a James Phillip Knaggs which fits perfectly including Thomas' mothers name, Eliza.. Image.

6Thomas & Emma Knaggs, 1861 census, Finsbury, London, RG9/205/58/1, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
2 Chequers Alley.
Thomas Knaggs head age 25 Rolio Weaver born St Lukes.
Emma Knaggs wife age 22 born St Lukes.
William Rothwell lodger age 16 born St Lukes."
William may be a brother or cousin to Emma Knaggs nee Rothwell  Since proved as a brother by finding the 1881 census where William's brother Alfred is living with his sister Emma Knaggs (neé Rothwell) and also by their birth certificates.. Image.

7Thomas & Emma Knaggs, 1871 census, Finsbury, London, RG10/400//P12, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
3 Hulls Terrace, St Lukes, Finsbury
Thomas Knaggs Head, Age 34 Wool Weaver born Islington
Emma Knaggs Wife Age 31 Born St Lukes
Alice Knaggs Daughter Age 9 Born St Lukes
Emma Knaggs Daughter Ag 7, Born St Lukes
Charlotte Knaggs Daughter Age 4 Born St Lukes
James Knaggs Son Age 2 Born St Lukes." Image.

8Thomas & Emma Knaggs, 1881 census, Hackney, London, RG11/317/124/38, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Gainsborough Road, Hackney.
Thomas Knags head age 45 wool weaver born London.
Emma Knags wife age 41 born London.
Emma Knags daughter age 16 wool worker born London.
Charlotte Knags daughter age 14 wool worker born London.
James Knags son age 12 scholar born London.
Eliza Knags daughter age 9 scholar born London.
Thomas Knags son age 7 scholar born London.
Sarah Knags daughter age 5 scholar born London
Alfred Bothwell [Rothwell] brother age 27 wool weaver born London."
I had trouble finding this 1881 census and only found it by luck after searching under Bothwell for Rothwell, Knaggs had been indexed as Krays & Rothwell as Bathwell on ancestry.co.uk.. Image.

9Thomas Knaggs, 1891 Census, Lewisham, London, RG12/521/30/53, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
75 Knowles Hill Crescent, Lewisham.
Thomas Reeves, head age 39 carpenter born Holborn, London.
Maria K Reeves, wife age 28 born Hackney.
Martha Reeves daughter age 2 born Camberwell, London.
Thomas Knaggs head, married, 54 weaver born Islington, London.
William Robbins head, married, 61 labourer born Lewisham, Kent." Image.

10Thomas & Ann Knaggs, 1901 Census Upper Holloway, London, RG13/168/82/48, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
28 Cottenham Road, Upper Holloway.
Thomas H Knaggs head, married, age 64, Berlin wool mat maker born Islington.
Ann Knaggs wife age 43 Berlin wool mat maker born Norwood, Surrey."
This is a strange one as when Emma died she said she was the widow of Thomas, perhaps he divorced her and remarried or just left her and lived with Ann?. Image.


71. Emma [Rothwell] GOODWIN

1Emma Goodwin (Rothwell) 1839, St Lukes, Clerkenwell, London, 1839/Dec/St Luke/2/279 GRO Goodwin. "
White Cross Street, St Luke No 499.
18th November 1839 at 13 Bell Alley, Emma, girl to Thomas Goodwin, hearth rug weaver & Susan Goodwin formerly Rothwell.
Informant, Susan Goodwin (x) mother 10th December 1839.". Image.

2Emma, Thomas, William & Richard Goodwin (Rothwell) 1849 Finsbury, London, Baptism Register, Page 22, entries 171-174, 15 Nov 1849, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, m/film X027/026. "
St Thomas Charterhouse, Finsbury, all to Thomas & Susan Goodwin of 22 Hatfield Street, rug weaver.
Emma daughter baptised 15th November 1849, born 18th November 1839, baptised.
Thomas son baptised 15th November 1849, born 4th February 1842.
William son baptised 15th November 1849, born 2nd July 1844.
Richard son baptised 15th November 1849, born 23rd July 1848." Image.

3Emma Knaggs 1929 Hendon, Middlesex Death Certificate, 1929/Dec/Hendon/3a/410. "No 91, 26 December 1929, 2 Alice Villas, North Road, Burnt Oak.
Emma Knaggs age 90, widow of Thomas Henry Knaggs, mat maker and hawker.
Cause: Pneumonia & Myocardial degeneration
Informant: Alice Simpson, granddaughter 2 Alice Villas.". Image.

4Bell Alley & Hatfield Street, Clerkenwell, London, Emma Goodwin Rothwell, 1839. "
Stanfords, 1862 Map of London.". "
13 Bell Alley, Clerkenwell where Emma was born in 1839 and 22 Hatfield Street where she was baptised in 1849." Image.

51841 missing census, St Lukes, Finsbury, London, HO107 Bell Alley etc, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England, HO107 Bell Alley etc.
The census pieces for this area including Whitecross Street, Baltic Street, Hatfield Street & Bell Alley etc are listed as officially missing. The only Bell Alley piece surviving is for 2 houses with ref HO107/727/7/13/21.. "
Thomas, Susan & Emma Goodwin (Rothwell)."

6John & Susan Goodwin, 1851 Census St Luke's, Clerkenwell, London, HO107/1522/374/29, 30 Mar 1851, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
1 White Street, St Luke's.
John(?) Goodwin head age 36 hearth rug weaver born Middlesex.
Susan Goodwin wife age 30 brush drawer born Middlesex.
Emma Goodwin daughter age 11 brush drawer born Middlesex.
Thomas Goodwin son age 9 brush maker born Middlesex."
Indexed as Goodrow on ancestry.co.uk.  Thomas using the name of John or a mis-transcribe of Thomas?.

7Thomas & Emma Knaggs, 1861 census, Finsbury, London, RG9/205/58/1, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
2 Chequers Alley.
Thomas Knaggs head age 25 Rolio Weaver born St Lukes.
Emma Knaggs wife age 22 born St Lukes.
William Rothwell lodger age 16 born St Lukes."
William may be a brother or cousin to Emma Knaggs nee Rothwell  Since proved as a brother by finding the 1881 census where William's brother Alfred is living with his sister Emma Knaggs (neé Rothwell) and also by their birth certificates.. Image.

8Thomas & Emma Knaggs, 1871 census, Finsbury, London, RG10/400//P12, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
3 Hulls Terrace, St Lukes, Finsbury
Thomas Knaggs Head, Age 34 Wool Weaver born Islington
Emma Knaggs Wife Age 31 Born St Lukes
Alice Knaggs Daughter Age 9 Born St Lukes
Emma Knaggs Daughter Ag 7, Born St Lukes
Charlotte Knaggs Daughter Age 4 Born St Lukes
James Knaggs Son Age 2 Born St Lukes." Image.

9Thomas & Emma Knaggs, 1881 census, Hackney, London, RG11/317/124/38, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Gainsborough Road, Hackney.
Thomas Knags head age 45 wool weaver born London.
Emma Knags wife age 41 born London.
Emma Knags daughter age 16 wool worker born London.
Charlotte Knags daughter age 14 wool worker born London.
James Knags son age 12 scholar born London.
Eliza Knags daughter age 9 scholar born London.
Thomas Knags son age 7 scholar born London.
Sarah Knags daughter age 5 scholar born London
Alfred Bothwell [Rothwell] brother age 27 wool weaver born London."
I had trouble finding this 1881 census and only found it by luck after searching under Bothwell for Rothwell, Knaggs had been indexed as Krays & Rothwell as Bathwell on ancestry.co.uk.. Image.

10Emma Knaggs & Family, 1891 Census Hackney, London, RG12/207/157/11, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
71 Chapman Road, Hackney.
Emma Knaggs head, married age 50 Berlin Wool Washer born St Lukes.
Ann Goodwin grandmother married age 70 born Spitalfields.
James Knaggs son age 21 Confectioners Labourer born St Lukes.
Eliza Knaggs daughter age 19 Berlin Wool Washer born St Lukes." Image.

11Thomas & Sarah Knaggs, 1911 census, Hackney, London, RG14PN1158_RG78PN38_RD11_SD5_ED19_SN13, 2 Apr 1911, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
381 Wick Road, Hackney, 3 rooms.
Thomas Knaggs head age 38 married 13 years, carman born Richard Place, Old Street, St Lukes, London.
Sarah Knaggs wife age 34 born Gainsboro Square, Hackney Wick.
Sarah Knaggs daughter age 12, school, born Chapman Road.
Alice Knaggs daughter age 11, school, born Chapman Road.
Susan Knaggs daughter age 9, school, born Chapman Road.
Thomas Knaggs son age 7, school, born Chapman Road.
Richard Knaggs son age 4 born Chapman Road.
James Knaggs son age 2 born Wick Road.
Elsie May Knaggs daughter 7 weeks born Wick Road.
Emma Knaggs mother age 72 widow married 50 years, 11 children, 7 living, 5 died, born Goswell Street, London." Image.


35. Alice Charlotte KNAGGS

1Thomas Henry Knaggs 1911 Hackney Death Certificate, 1911/Dec/Hackney/1b/600. "
No 308 15th December 1911 Hackney Union Infirmary
Thomas Henry Knaggs age 75 years, pedlar of Haberdashery of 17 Chapman Road, Hackney Wick.
Cause: Senile decay.
Inf: Alice Simpson, daughter, 17 Chapman Road.". Image.

2Alice Charlotte Knaggs 1862 Finsbury, London, Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm X027/027 & LDS C042071. "
No 3578 St Thomas Charterhouse, Finsbury.
Born 7th June 1862 baptised 22nd June 1862 Alice Charlotte to Thomas & Emma Knaggs of 7 Hulls Place, Johns Row a weaver by trade.". Image.

3Thomas & Emma Knaggs, 1871 census, Finsbury, London, RG10/400//P12, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
3 Hulls Terrace, St Lukes, Finsbury
Thomas Knaggs Head, Age 34 Wool Weaver born Islington
Emma Knaggs Wife Age 31 Born St Lukes
Alice Knaggs Daughter Age 9 Born St Lukes
Emma Knaggs Daughter Ag 7, Born St Lukes
Charlotte Knaggs Daughter Age 4 Born St Lukes
James Knaggs Son Age 2 Born St Lukes." Image.

4Charles & Alice Simpson, 1881 Census Hackney, London, RG11/318/16/26, 3 Apr 1881. "
1 White Post Lane, Chapman Road.
Charles Simpson head age 22 Fair Travelling born London.
Alice Simpson wife age 18 born London.
Emma Simpson daughter age 9 months born London." Image.

5Charles & Alice Simpson, 1901 Census, Hendon, Middlesex, RG13/1228/6/4, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Ann's Cottage, South Road.
Charles Simpson head age 41 Travelling Showman born Clerkenwell.
Alice Simpson wife age 37 born St Lukes.
Alice Simpson daughter age 18 born Victoria Park.
Charles Simpson son age 16 Bricklayers Asst. born Victoria Park.
John Simpson son age 10 born Hendon.
James Simpson son age 8 born Hendon." Image.


35. Charlotte KNAGGS

1Charlotte Knaggs 1867 Finsbury, London Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm X027/028. "
No 3427 St Thomas Charterhouse, Finsbury.
Born 31st May 1867 baptised 20th October 1867 Charlotte to Thomas & Emma Knaggs of 151 Lever Street a weaver by trade.". Image.

2Thomas & Emma Knaggs, 1871 census, Finsbury, London, RG10/400//P12, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
3 Hulls Terrace, St Lukes, Finsbury
Thomas Knaggs Head, Age 34 Wool Weaver born Islington
Emma Knaggs Wife Age 31 Born St Lukes
Alice Knaggs Daughter Age 9 Born St Lukes
Emma Knaggs Daughter Ag 7, Born St Lukes
Charlotte Knaggs Daughter Age 4 Born St Lukes
James Knaggs Son Age 2 Born St Lukes." Image.

3Thomas & Emma Knaggs, 1881 census, Hackney, London, RG11/317/124/38, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Gainsborough Road, Hackney.
Thomas Knags head age 45 wool weaver born London.
Emma Knags wife age 41 born London.
Emma Knags daughter age 16 wool worker born London.
Charlotte Knags daughter age 14 wool worker born London.
James Knags son age 12 scholar born London.
Eliza Knags daughter age 9 scholar born London.
Thomas Knags son age 7 scholar born London.
Sarah Knags daughter age 5 scholar born London
Alfred Bothwell [Rothwell] brother age 27 wool weaver born London."
I had trouble finding this 1881 census and only found it by luck after searching under Bothwell for Rothwell, Knaggs had been indexed as Krays & Rothwell as Bathwell on ancestry.co.uk.. Image.


35. James Phillip KNAGGS

1James Phillips Knaggs 1869 Finsbury, London Baptism Register, LMA 027/028. "
No 125 St Thomas Charterhouse, Finsbury.
Born 28th March 1869 baptised 28th March 1869 James Phillip to Thomas & Emma Knaggs of 3 Hulls Terrace, Lace(?) Street, a weaver by trade.". Image.

2Thomas & Emma Knaggs, 1871 census, Finsbury, London, RG10/400//P12, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
3 Hulls Terrace, St Lukes, Finsbury
Thomas Knaggs Head, Age 34 Wool Weaver born Islington
Emma Knaggs Wife Age 31 Born St Lukes
Alice Knaggs Daughter Age 9 Born St Lukes
Emma Knaggs Daughter Ag 7, Born St Lukes
Charlotte Knaggs Daughter Age 4 Born St Lukes
James Knaggs Son Age 2 Born St Lukes." Image.

3Thomas & Emma Knaggs, 1881 census, Hackney, London, RG11/317/124/38, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Gainsborough Road, Hackney.
Thomas Knags head age 45 wool weaver born London.
Emma Knags wife age 41 born London.
Emma Knags daughter age 16 wool worker born London.
Charlotte Knags daughter age 14 wool worker born London.
James Knags son age 12 scholar born London.
Eliza Knags daughter age 9 scholar born London.
Thomas Knags son age 7 scholar born London.
Sarah Knags daughter age 5 scholar born London
Alfred Bothwell [Rothwell] brother age 27 wool weaver born London."
I had trouble finding this 1881 census and only found it by luck after searching under Bothwell for Rothwell, Knaggs had been indexed as Krays & Rothwell as Bathwell on ancestry.co.uk.. Image.

4Emma Knaggs & Family, 1891 Census Hackney, London, RG12/207/157/11, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
71 Chapman Road, Hackney.
Emma Knaggs head, married age 50 Berlin Wool Washer born St Lukes.
Ann Goodwin grandmother married age 70 born Spitalfields.
James Knaggs son age 21 Confectioners Labourer born St Lukes.
Eliza Knaggs daughter age 19 Berlin Wool Washer born St Lukes." Image.

5James & Charlotte Knaggs,1901 Census  Hackney, London, RG13/220/174/20, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
4 Holmbrook Road, Hackney.
James Knaggs head age 37 carmon confectionary born St Lukes, London.
Charlotte Knaggs wife age 41 born Hackney.
James Knaggs son age 8 born Hackney.
Louisa Thomson, step daughter 18 carrot factory born Hackney."
indexed as Huaggs on ancestry.co.uk.. Image.


35. Eliza KNAGGS

1Eliza Knaggs 1872 Holborn Birth GRO, 1872/Jun/Holborn/1b/720 .

2Thomas & Emma Knaggs, 1881 census, Hackney, London, RG11/317/124/38, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Gainsborough Road, Hackney.
Thomas Knags head age 45 wool weaver born London.
Emma Knags wife age 41 born London.
Emma Knags daughter age 16 wool worker born London.
Charlotte Knags daughter age 14 wool worker born London.
James Knags son age 12 scholar born London.
Eliza Knags daughter age 9 scholar born London.
Thomas Knags son age 7 scholar born London.
Sarah Knags daughter age 5 scholar born London
Alfred Bothwell [Rothwell] brother age 27 wool weaver born London."
I had trouble finding this 1881 census and only found it by luck after searching under Bothwell for Rothwell, Knaggs had been indexed as Krays & Rothwell as Bathwell on ancestry.co.uk.. Image.

3Emma Knaggs & Family, 1891 Census Hackney, London, RG12/207/157/11, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
71 Chapman Road, Hackney.
Emma Knaggs head, married age 50 Berlin Wool Washer born St Lukes.
Ann Goodwin grandmother married age 70 born Spitalfields.
James Knaggs son age 21 Confectioners Labourer born St Lukes.
Eliza Knaggs daughter age 19 Berlin Wool Washer born St Lukes." Image.


35. Thomas Alfred KNAGGS

1Thomas & Emma Knaggs, 1881 census, Hackney, London, RG11/317/124/38, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Gainsborough Road, Hackney.
Thomas Knags head age 45 wool weaver born London.
Emma Knags wife age 41 born London.
Emma Knags daughter age 16 wool worker born London.
Charlotte Knags daughter age 14 wool worker born London.
James Knags son age 12 scholar born London.
Eliza Knags daughter age 9 scholar born London.
Thomas Knags son age 7 scholar born London.
Sarah Knags daughter age 5 scholar born London
Alfred Bothwell [Rothwell] brother age 27 wool weaver born London."
I had trouble finding this 1881 census and only found it by luck after searching under Bothwell for Rothwell, Knaggs had been indexed as Krays & Rothwell as Bathwell on ancestry.co.uk.. Image.

2Thomas & Sarah Knaggs, 1911 census, Hackney, London, RG14PN1158_RG78PN38_RD11_SD5_ED19_SN13, 2 Apr 1911, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
381 Wick Road, Hackney, 3 rooms.
Thomas Knaggs head age 38 married 13 years, carman born Richard Place, Old Street, St Lukes, London.
Sarah Knaggs wife age 34 born Gainsboro Square, Hackney Wick.
Sarah Knaggs daughter age 12, school, born Chapman Road.
Alice Knaggs daughter age 11, school, born Chapman Road.
Susan Knaggs daughter age 9, school, born Chapman Road.
Thomas Knaggs son age 7, school, born Chapman Road.
Richard Knaggs son age 4 born Chapman Road.
James Knaggs son age 2 born Wick Road.
Elsie May Knaggs daughter 7 weeks born Wick Road.
Emma Knaggs mother age 72 widow married 50 years, 11 children, 7 living, 5 died, born Goswell Street, London." Image.


35. Susan Elizabeth KNAGGS

1Susan Elizabeth Knaggs 1875 Finsbury, London Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm X027/028 & LDS C042072. "
No 699 St Thomas Charterhouse, Finsbury.
Born 15th November 1875 baptised 5th December 1875 Susan Elizabeth to Thomas & Emma Knaggs of 1 Richards Place, Old Street a weaver by trade.". Image.

2Thomas & Emma Knaggs, 1881 census, Hackney, London, RG11/317/124/38, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Gainsborough Road, Hackney.
Thomas Knags head age 45 wool weaver born London.
Emma Knags wife age 41 born London.
Emma Knags daughter age 16 wool worker born London.
Charlotte Knags daughter age 14 wool worker born London.
James Knags son age 12 scholar born London.
Eliza Knags daughter age 9 scholar born London.
Thomas Knags son age 7 scholar born London.
Sarah Knags daughter age 5 scholar born London
Alfred Bothwell [Rothwell] brother age 27 wool weaver born London."
I had trouble finding this 1881 census and only found it by luck after searching under Bothwell for Rothwell, Knaggs had been indexed as Krays & Rothwell as Bathwell on ancestry.co.uk.. Image.


35. Charles KNAGGS

1Charles Knaggs, 1879, Finsbury, London, Baptism Register, Page 316, entry 3522, 29 Jun 1879, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Thomas Charterhouse, Finsbury, born 11th June 1879. baptised 29th June 1879.
Charles to Thomas & Emma Knaggs, 17 Osborne Road, Hackney Wick, a weaver." Image.


72. George MAY

1George May 1829 Chiddingstone Baptism Register. "
No 687, July 26th 1829, St Mary's Chiddingstone
George of Robert & Ann May of Chiddingstone, Carpenter.". Image.

2Chiddingstone, Kent, St Mary's Church Font (taken 2006), George May, 26 Jul 1829. "
The Font made by the master mason, William Holis cost £3.10s.0d in 1628 and is made of sandstone with an oak cover.  This is where the May's of Chiddingstone were baptised in the late 1700 and early 1800's.". "
The font in St Mary's Church, Chidddingstone were George May was baptised to Robert & Ann May." Image.

3George May 1907 Tonbridge, Kent Death Certificate, 1907/Mar/Tonbridge/2a/595. "
No 298 5th March 1907 66 St James Road, Tunbridge Wells
George May age 77 years formerly a Builder, Cause: Intestinal obstruction 8 days.
Inf: Frederick May, son, 35 Devonshire Road, Hoe Street, Walthamstow.". Image.

4George May & Eliza Carter 1850, Sundridge, Kent, Marriage Certificate, 1850/Dec/5/673/Sevenoaks. "
No 138 Sundridge Kent, October 18 1850
George May age 21 Carpenter Ide Hill Sundridge
Father Robert May Carpenter
Eliza Carter age 19 Ide Hill
Witnessess: Charles Lipscombe & Ann Carter.". Image.

5Kent showing village locations. "George May was baptised in Chiddingstone and married in  Sundridge." Image.

6St Mary's Church, Chiddingstone. 1853. "
1853 St Mary's Church, Chiddingstone, Kent
The Church where George May was baptised in 1829.". Image.

7Robert May, 1841 Census Chiddingstone, Kent (6th June 1841), Public Record Office, Kew, London, HO107/481/5/27/9 & S&N CD9/481-1/p144. "Highfield, Chiddingstone, Sevenoaks, Kent.
Robert May head age 50 Carpenter born Kent.
Richard May age 20 Ag Labourer born Kent.
John May age 10 born Kent.
George May age 8 born Kent.
Henry May age 6 born Kent.
Elizabeth Seal age 74 Ind born Kent.". Image.

8Sundridge, Kent, St Mary's Church (taken 2006). "St Mary's Parish Church, Sundridge.". Image.

9George & Eliza May, 1851 Census Leigh, Sevenoaks, Kent, HO107/1613/13/43, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Rats Castle, Leigh, Sevenoaks, Kent
George May head age 21 Journeyman Carpenter born Chiddingstone
Eliza May wife age 20 born Chiddingstone." Image.

10Ide Hill, Kent, High Street & Pub (2006). "
The High Street in Ide Hill.". "The "Cock Inn" Ide Hill, Kent.
Where George would probably have a drink after a hard day's work." Source Image. Citation Image.

11George May, 1861 Census, Finsbury, London, RG9/208/84/8, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
17 Providence Row, Finsbury
George May (Married) age 31 Carpenter born Chiddingstone, Kent
(note: Eliza & children shown in the 1861 Bromley census as he is working away from home)." Image.

12George & Eliza May, 1871 Census Bromley, Kent, RG10/873/17/25, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
No 6 Farwig Lane, Bromley Kent
George May Head aged 40 Carpenter born Chiddingstone Kent
Eliza May Wife aged 38 born Chiddingstone
George May son aged 14 Carpenter born Bromley
Frederick May son aged 13 Butcher born Bromley
Ellen May daughter aged 10 born Bromley
Percy May son aged 6 born Bromley." Image.

13George & Martha May, 1881 Census Tonbridge, Kent, RG11/916/102/42, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
15 Stanley Road, Tonbridge Kent
George May head age 50 Carpenter born Chiddingstone
Martha May wife age 43 born Hadley, Middlesex."
(his first wife, Eliza, had died in 1872). Image.

14George & Martha May, 1891 Census Tonbridge, Kent, RG12/670/4726, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
70 St James Road, Tonbridge, Kent
George May age 61 Retired Builder born Chiddingstone
Martha May age 52 born Hadley, Middlesex." Image.

15George & Martha May, 1901 Census Tunbridge Wells, Kent, RG13/755/110/5, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
66 St James Road, Tunbridge
George May head age 71 Retired Builder born Chiddingstone
Martha May wife age 62 born Hadley Middlesex." Image.


73. Eliza CARTER

1Eliza May 1872 London Death GRO, 1872/Sep/London City/1c/28 or 1872/Dec/Holborn/1b/390. "age 41." Probably living with son George at time of death who lived in Finsbury.

2James & Mary Carter, 1841 Census p3, Chiddingstone, Kent, HO107/481/5/6/3, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. ".". "
(cont from p2).
Funks, Bromley.
Mary Carter age 13.
Ann Carter age 9.
Eliza Carter age 8.
Maria Carter age 6.
John Carter age 3.
George Carter age 2.
Susanna Carter age 7 mths." Image.

3George & Eliza May, 1851 Census Leigh, Sevenoaks, Kent, HO107/1613/13/43, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Rats Castle, Leigh, Sevenoaks, Kent
George May head age 21 Journeyman Carpenter born Chiddingstone
Eliza May wife age 20 born Chiddingstone." Image.

4Eliza May plus children, 1861 Census Bromley, Kent, RG9/463/18/14, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
73 Farwig Lane, Bromley.
Eliza May Head age 29 born Chiddingstone
Fanny E daughter age 9 scholar born Leigh
Eliza A daughter age 6 scholar born Sevenoaks
George son age 4 scholar born Bromley
Frederick son age 3 scholar born Bromley
Eleanor daughter age 1 born Bromley
Mary A daughter age 1 month born Bromley
(Note: George is working away in Finsbury, London see RG9/208/84/8 for 17 Providence Row, Finsbury, George May (Married) age 31 Carpenter born Chiddingstone, Kent)." Image.

5George & Eliza May, 1871 Census Bromley, Kent, RG10/873/17/25, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
No 6 Farwig Lane, Bromley Kent
George May Head aged 40 Carpenter born Chiddingstone Kent
Eliza May Wife aged 38 born Chiddingstone
George May son aged 14 Carpenter born Bromley
Frederick May son aged 13 Butcher born Bromley
Ellen May daughter aged 10 born Bromley
Percy May son aged 6 born Bromley." Image.


36. Emily Ellen MAY

1Emily Ellen May 1851 Bromley, Kent Birth GRO, 1851/Sep/Bromley/5/68. "Births Sep 1851
May, Emily Ellen, Bromley V 68.".

2Eliza May plus children, 1861 Census Bromley, Kent, RG9/463/18/14, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
73 Farwig Lane, Bromley.
Eliza May Head age 29 born Chiddingstone
Fanny E daughter age 9 scholar born Leigh
Eliza A daughter age 6 scholar born Sevenoaks
George son age 4 scholar born Bromley
Frederick son age 3 scholar born Bromley
Eleanor daughter age 1 born Bromley
Mary A daughter age 1 month born Bromley
(Note: George is working away in Finsbury, London see RG9/208/84/8 for 17 Providence Row, Finsbury, George May (Married) age 31 Carpenter born Chiddingstone, Kent)." Image.


36. Eliza Ann MAY

1Eliza May, 1856 Sevenoaks, Kent Birth GRO, 1856/Mar/Sevenoaks/2a/386. "Births Mar 1856
May, Eliza, Sevenoaks 2a 386.".

2Eliza Ann May 1854 Sevenoaks, Kent Baptism Register. "
Sevenoaks, Kent 25 June 1854.
Eliza Ann daughter to George & Eliza May of Sevenoaks K a carpenter.". Image.

3Eliza May plus children, 1861 Census Bromley, Kent, RG9/463/18/14, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
73 Farwig Lane, Bromley.
Eliza May Head age 29 born Chiddingstone
Fanny E daughter age 9 scholar born Leigh
Eliza A daughter age 6 scholar born Sevenoaks
George son age 4 scholar born Bromley
Frederick son age 3 scholar born Bromley
Eleanor daughter age 1 born Bromley
Mary A daughter age 1 month born Bromley
(Note: George is working away in Finsbury, London see RG9/208/84/8 for 17 Providence Row, Finsbury, George May (Married) age 31 Carpenter born Chiddingstone, Kent)." Image.


36. George Allen MAY

1George Allen May 1856 Bromley, Kent Birth GRO, 1856/Jun/Bromley/2a/207. "Births Jun 1856
May, George Allen, Bromley 2a 207.".

2George Allen May 1856 Bromley, Kent, Baptism Register, Centre for Kentish Studies, Maidstone, Kent, England, microfilm. "
St Peter & St Paul, Bromley No 946 1st June 1856.
George Allen son of George & Eliza May of Bromley a Carpenter.". Image.

3Bromley, Kent, St Peter & St Paul's Church, 1856. "
Early print of St Peter & St Paul, Bromley, Kent.
Where George Allen in 1856 and his brothers & sisters were baptised." Image.

4Eliza May plus children, 1861 Census Bromley, Kent, RG9/463/18/14, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
73 Farwig Lane, Bromley.
Eliza May Head age 29 born Chiddingstone
Fanny E daughter age 9 scholar born Leigh
Eliza A daughter age 6 scholar born Sevenoaks
George son age 4 scholar born Bromley
Frederick son age 3 scholar born Bromley
Eleanor daughter age 1 born Bromley
Mary A daughter age 1 month born Bromley
(Note: George is working away in Finsbury, London see RG9/208/84/8 for 17 Providence Row, Finsbury, George May (Married) age 31 Carpenter born Chiddingstone, Kent)." Image.

5George & Eliza May, 1871 Census Bromley, Kent, RG10/873/17/25, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
No 6 Farwig Lane, Bromley Kent
George May Head aged 40 Carpenter born Chiddingstone Kent
Eliza May Wife aged 38 born Chiddingstone
George May son aged 14 Carpenter born Bromley
Frederick May son aged 13 Butcher born Bromley
Ellen May daughter aged 10 born Bromley
Percy May son aged 6 born Bromley." Image.

6George & Jane May plus brother Percy, 1881 Census Finsbury, London, RG11/264/?/50, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
64 South Street, Finsbury
George A May Head age 24 Joiner born Bromley, Kent
Jane May Wife age 23 born Wales
George A May son age 5 born Bromley
Percy May boarder age 17 Painter born Bromley." Image.

7George & Florence May, 1891 Census Hackney, London, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England, RG12/190/67/55.
(Indexed as "Man" on ancestry.co.uk. "
3 DeBeauvoir Crescent.
George May head age 33 Master Carpenter born Bromley.
Florence May wife age 24 born Riddington?
George May son age 15 Paper Hanger born Bromley." Image.

8George & Florrie May, 1901 Census Hackney, London, RG13/227/?/16, 31 Mar 1901. ".". "3 Debeauvoir Crescent.
George May head age 46 Carpenter born Bromley.
Florrie May wife age 36 born St Lukes.
Maud May daughter age 8 born Hackney.
Henry May son age 5 born Hackney.
Willie May son age 2 born Hackney.
George May son age 26 Paper Hanger born Bromley.
Mary Ann May d-in-law age 26 born Old Ford.
George May grandson age 1 born Hackney." Image.


36. Frederick MAY

1Frederic May, 1856 Bromley, Kent Birth GRO, 1856/Dec/Bromley/2a/220. "Births Dec 1856
May, Frederic, Bromley 2a 220.".

2Frederick May 1857 Bromley, Kent, Baptism Register. "
St Peter & St Paul, Bromley No 1112 20th December 1857
Frederick son of George & Eliza May of Bromley a Carpenter.". Image.

3Eliza May plus children, 1861 Census Bromley, Kent, RG9/463/18/14, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
73 Farwig Lane, Bromley.
Eliza May Head age 29 born Chiddingstone
Fanny E daughter age 9 scholar born Leigh
Eliza A daughter age 6 scholar born Sevenoaks
George son age 4 scholar born Bromley
Frederick son age 3 scholar born Bromley
Eleanor daughter age 1 born Bromley
Mary A daughter age 1 month born Bromley
(Note: George is working away in Finsbury, London see RG9/208/84/8 for 17 Providence Row, Finsbury, George May (Married) age 31 Carpenter born Chiddingstone, Kent)." Image.

4George & Eliza May, 1871 Census Bromley, Kent, RG10/873/17/25, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
No 6 Farwig Lane, Bromley Kent
George May Head aged 40 Carpenter born Chiddingstone Kent
Eliza May Wife aged 38 born Chiddingstone
George May son aged 14 Carpenter born Bromley
Frederick May son aged 13 Butcher born Bromley
Ellen May daughter aged 10 born Bromley
Percy May son aged 6 born Bromley." Image.


36. Ellen or Eleanor MAY

1Ellen May 1859 Bromley, Kent, Baptism Register. "
St Peter & St Paul Bromley No 1294 13th November 1859.
Ellen daughter of George & Eliza May of Bromley a Carpenter.". Image.

2Eliza May plus children, 1861 Census Bromley, Kent, RG9/463/18/14, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
73 Farwig Lane, Bromley.
Eliza May Head age 29 born Chiddingstone
Fanny E daughter age 9 scholar born Leigh
Eliza A daughter age 6 scholar born Sevenoaks
George son age 4 scholar born Bromley
Frederick son age 3 scholar born Bromley
Eleanor daughter age 1 born Bromley
Mary A daughter age 1 month born Bromley
(Note: George is working away in Finsbury, London see RG9/208/84/8 for 17 Providence Row, Finsbury, George May (Married) age 31 Carpenter born Chiddingstone, Kent)." Image.

3George & Eliza May, 1871 Census Bromley, Kent, RG10/873/17/25, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
No 6 Farwig Lane, Bromley Kent
George May Head aged 40 Carpenter born Chiddingstone Kent
Eliza May Wife aged 38 born Chiddingstone
George May son aged 14 Carpenter born Bromley
Frederick May son aged 13 Butcher born Bromley
Ellen May daughter aged 10 born Bromley
Percy May son aged 6 born Bromley." Image.


36. Mary Ann MAY

1Mary A May 1861 Bromley, Kent Birth GRO, 1861/June/Bromley/2a/251. "
May, Mary Ann
June 1861 Bromley 2a 251.".

2Mary Ann May 1861 Bromley, Kent Baptism Register, Centre for Kentish Studies, Maidstone, Kent, England, microfilm. "
St Peter & St Paul, Bromley No 1450 7th April 1867.
Mary Ann daughter of George & Eliza May of Bromley a Carpenter.". Image.

3Eliza May plus children, 1861 Census Bromley, Kent, RG9/463/18/14, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
73 Farwig Lane, Bromley.
Eliza May Head age 29 born Chiddingstone
Fanny E daughter age 9 scholar born Leigh
Eliza A daughter age 6 scholar born Sevenoaks
George son age 4 scholar born Bromley
Frederick son age 3 scholar born Bromley
Eleanor daughter age 1 born Bromley
Mary A daughter age 1 month born Bromley
(Note: George is working away in Finsbury, London see RG9/208/84/8 for 17 Providence Row, Finsbury, George May (Married) age 31 Carpenter born Chiddingstone, Kent)." Image.


74. Charles BRODIE

1Charles & Matilda Brodie, 1845, Bishopsgate, London, Baptism Register, Page 78, entry 618 & 619, 23 Feb 1845, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Botolph Without, London 23rd February 1845.
Matilda daughter to Charles & Sarah Brodie of 29 Cutillery Lane, tat maker, born 18th July 1833.
Charles son to Charles & Sarah Brodie of 29 Cutillery Lane, tat maker, born 9th August 1835." Image.

2Charles Brodie 1903 Shoreditch age 70 Death GRO, 1903/Sep/Shoreditch/1c/71. "aged 70, born about 1833.".

3Charles Brodie & Mary Ann Debrett 1860 Marriage Certificate, 1860 Shoreditch 1c/408/Dec. "
St Mary's Church, Haggerstone No 221, 25th December 1860
Charles Brodie, Cabinet Maker, 30 Appleby Street & Mary Ann Bebrett, 39 Gt Cambridge St.
Fathers: Charles Brodie, Vat Maker & Louis Debrett, Seaman.
Witnesses: George Ormes & Sarah Ann Ormes.". Image.

4Charles & Sarah Brodie, 1841 Census Southwark, HO107/1088/5/12/15, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
King's Buildings, St Saviour's Southwark.
Charles Brodie age 30 Boach Maker born Surrey
Sarah Brodie age 30.
Sarah Brodie age 9.
Matilda Brodie age 8.
Charles Brodie age 7.
George Brodie age 5.
Charlotte Brodie age 2."

5Charles & Sarah Brodie, 1851 Census Southwark, Surrey, HO107/1564/157/24, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Grott Place, Southwark
Charles Brodie head age 43 Pack Maker born Southwark
Sarah Brodie wife age 43
Charles Brodie son age 15 scholar
George Brodie son age 13 scholar
Charlotte Brodie son age 12 scholar
Ann Brodie daughter age 4." Image.

6Appleby Street, Shoreditch, London, courtesy John Munday 2008. "
Dear Carol
   Three pictures attached, number 30 is the fifth house down (my Grandparents moved into the house in the early 1920’s), the first two houses on the left are numbers 38 and 36 and a lamppost stands outside number 28, in the second picture the second car stands outside number 30. The third picture was taken outside No 30 for the film; it was for a photograph that the characters come across after the father died and was of the two parents and their children taken during WW2. They spent nearly a day doing the house up for one photograph, the scene where they find the photo lasted just seconds in the film. The father was played by Bernard Lee who played ‘M’ in the James Bond films, the mother Doris Hare played the Mother in ‘On the Buses’. Despite being directed by Basil Dearden, the film was poor but it captured the street as it was at the time, it was shown on TV many times and I have a copy so I have a permanent reminder of the street I was brought up in!  
   Of the street, many East Londoners lay claim to links with the Kray’s but many are flights of fancy, two of the houses shown, however, have links. The woman who was both Aunt and Godmother to Reggie Kray’s first wife Frances lived at number 34 and before my time the teenage Charlie Kray used to go out with the daughter of our neighbours at number 32. Charlie’s best friend in those days before villainy set in was a family friend, Bert Vickery who lived opposite and eventually retired to Cornwall. We remained in touch with regular phone calls until he died earlier this year (his war memoirs are on the BBC’s Peoples War website and are worth a read).
So there you have it 30, 32 and 34 Appleby Street three houses with a tenuous link to both James Bond and the Krays!
Regards, John Munday.". Image.

7Charles & Mary Brodie, 1861 Census Shoreditch, London, RG9/249/85/8, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
8 Great Cambridge Street, Shoreditch
Charles Brodie head age 26 Bedstead Maker born Surrey
Mary Brodie wife age 18 born Whitechapel
Henry Debrett brother age 6 born Poplar."
Mary & Henry's mother had died in 1856 so Mary is looking after her orphaned brother. . Image.

8Charles & Mary Ann Brodie, 1871 Census Shoreditch, London, RG10/454/67/20, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Little Mo Street, Shoreditch
Charles Brodie Head age 30 General Labourer born Shoreditch
Mary A Brodie Wife age 28 born Shoreditch
Sarah Brodie daughter age 10 born Shoreditch
Mary A Brodie daughter age 7 born Shoreditch
Charles Brodie son age 4 born Shoreditch." Image.

9Charles & Mary Brodie, 1881 Census Shoreditch, London, RG11/406/100/25, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
16 Boston St
Charles Brodie Head age 41 Bedstead Maker born City
Mary Ann Brodie Wife age 39, born Whitechapel
Mary Ann Brodie daughter age 19 Box Maker born Shoreditch
Charles Brodie son age 14 scholar born Shoreditch
Agnes Brodie daughter age 11 scholar born Shoreditch
Charlotte Brodie daughter age 7 scholar born Shoreditch
George Brodie son age 4 born Shoreditch
Sarah Brodie daughter age 18 born Shoreditch." Image.

10Charles Brodie widower, 1891 Census 2 Kings Square Shoreditch, London, RG12/242/151/27, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
2 Kings Square
Charles Brodie Head widower age 50 Cabinet Maker born City
Chas Brodie son age 9 born Dalston
Charlotte Brodie daughter age 14 born Dalston." Image.


75. Mary Ann DEBRETT

1Mary Ann Debrett 1842 St George East Birth Certificate, 1842/Sep/St George East/2/86. "
No 119 4th July 1842, 34 Providence Street, St Mary's.
Mary Ann, girl to Lewis Debrett.labourer & Sarah Debrett formerly Burr.
Inf: Sarah Debrett, mother, 34 Providence Street.". listed as De Brett on ancestry.co.uk. Image.

2Mary Ann Debrett, 1842, Stepney, Middlesex, Baptism Register, Page 13, entry 100, 3 Aug 1842, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St George in the East, born 4th July 1842, baptised 3rd August 1842.
Mary Ann daughter of Lewis & Sarah Debrett of Providence Street, labourer." Image.

3Mary Ann Brodie 1883 Shoreditch Death GRO, 1883/Jun/Shoredtich/1c/115. "aged 41 born about 1842.".

4Charles & Mary Brodie, 1861 Census Shoreditch, London, RG9/249/85/8, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
8 Great Cambridge Street, Shoreditch
Charles Brodie head age 26 Bedstead Maker born Surrey
Mary Brodie wife age 18 born Whitechapel
Henry Debrett brother age 6 born Poplar."
Mary & Henry's mother had died in 1856 so Mary is looking after her orphaned brother. . Image.

5Charles & Mary Ann Brodie, 1871 Census Shoreditch, London, RG10/454/67/20, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Little Mo Street, Shoreditch
Charles Brodie Head age 30 General Labourer born Shoreditch
Mary A Brodie Wife age 28 born Shoreditch
Sarah Brodie daughter age 10 born Shoreditch
Mary A Brodie daughter age 7 born Shoreditch
Charles Brodie son age 4 born Shoreditch." Image.

6Charles & Mary Brodie, 1881 Census Shoreditch, London, RG11/406/100/25, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
16 Boston St
Charles Brodie Head age 41 Bedstead Maker born City
Mary Ann Brodie Wife age 39, born Whitechapel
Mary Ann Brodie daughter age 19 Box Maker born Shoreditch
Charles Brodie son age 14 scholar born Shoreditch
Agnes Brodie daughter age 11 scholar born Shoreditch
Charlotte Brodie daughter age 7 scholar born Shoreditch
George Brodie son age 4 born Shoreditch
Sarah Brodie daughter age 18 born Shoreditch." Image.


37. Sarah Elizabeth BRODIE

1Mary Ann & Elizabeth Sarah Brodie, 1863, Haggerston, Hackney, London, Baptism Register, Page 69, entry 548 & 549, 21 Oct 1863, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "All Saint's Church, Haggerston, 21st October 1863.
Mary Ann & Sarah Elizabeth to Charles & Mary Ann Brodie of 47 Belgrave Terrace, cabinet maker." Image.

2Charles & Mary Ann Brodie, 1871 Census Shoreditch, London, RG10/454/67/20, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Little Mo Street, Shoreditch
Charles Brodie Head age 30 General Labourer born Shoreditch
Mary A Brodie Wife age 28 born Shoreditch
Sarah Brodie daughter age 10 born Shoreditch
Mary A Brodie daughter age 7 born Shoreditch
Charles Brodie son age 4 born Shoreditch." Image.

3Charles & Mary Brodie, 1881 Census Shoreditch, London, RG11/406/100/25, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
16 Boston St
Charles Brodie Head age 41 Bedstead Maker born City
Mary Ann Brodie Wife age 39, born Whitechapel
Mary Ann Brodie daughter age 19 Box Maker born Shoreditch
Charles Brodie son age 14 scholar born Shoreditch
Agnes Brodie daughter age 11 scholar born Shoreditch
Charlotte Brodie daughter age 7 scholar born Shoreditch
George Brodie son age 4 born Shoreditch
Sarah Brodie daughter age 18 born Shoreditch." Image.


37. Charles BRODIE

1Charles & Agnes Nancy Brodie 1870, Haggerston, Hackney, London, Baptism Register, Page 70, entry 557 & 558, 8 Mar 1870, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "St Columbia's Church, Haggerston, 8th March 1870.
Charles & Agnes Nancy to Charles & Mary Ann Brodie of 47 Ely Place, cabinet maker." Image.

2Charles & Mary Ann Brodie, 1871 Census Shoreditch, London, RG10/454/67/20, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Little Mo Street, Shoreditch
Charles Brodie Head age 30 General Labourer born Shoreditch
Mary A Brodie Wife age 28 born Shoreditch
Sarah Brodie daughter age 10 born Shoreditch
Mary A Brodie daughter age 7 born Shoreditch
Charles Brodie son age 4 born Shoreditch." Image.

3Charles & Mary Jane Brodie, 1901 Census Shoreditch, London, RG13/273/?/14, 31 Mar 1901. "
4 Crokers Bldgs Shoreditch
Charles Brodie Head age 37 French Polisher born Hoxton
Mary Jane Brodie Wife age 32 born Shoreditch
Charles Brodie son age 7 born Shoreditch
Albert Brodie son age 2 born Shoreditch
Charlotte Brodie daugh age 1 born Shoreditch
Maud Brodie daugh age 8 born Shoreditch." Image.


37. Agnes Nancy BRODIE

1Charles & Agnes Nancy Brodie 1870, Haggerston, Hackney, London, Baptism Register, Page 70, entry 557 & 558, 8 Mar 1870, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "St Columbia's Church, Haggerston, 8th March 1870.
Charles & Agnes Nancy to Charles & Mary Ann Brodie of 47 Ely Place, cabinet maker." Image.

2Charles & Mary Brodie, 1881 Census Shoreditch, London, RG11/406/100/25, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
16 Boston St
Charles Brodie Head age 41 Bedstead Maker born City
Mary Ann Brodie Wife age 39, born Whitechapel
Mary Ann Brodie daughter age 19 Box Maker born Shoreditch
Charles Brodie son age 14 scholar born Shoreditch
Agnes Brodie daughter age 11 scholar born Shoreditch
Charlotte Brodie daughter age 7 scholar born Shoreditch
George Brodie son age 4 born Shoreditch
Sarah Brodie daughter age 18 born Shoreditch." Image.


37. Charlotte Louisa BRODIE

1Charlotte Louisa Brodie, 1874, Haggerston, Hackney, London, Baptism Register, Page 127, entry 1014, 15 Dec 1874, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "St Columba's Church, Haggerston, 15th December 1874.
Charlotte Louisa to Charles & Mary Ann Brodie of 1 Wilks Court, Wilks Place, cabinet maker." Image.

2Charles & Mary Brodie, 1881 Census Shoreditch, London, RG11/406/100/25, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
16 Boston St
Charles Brodie Head age 41 Bedstead Maker born City
Mary Ann Brodie Wife age 39, born Whitechapel
Mary Ann Brodie daughter age 19 Box Maker born Shoreditch
Charles Brodie son age 14 scholar born Shoreditch
Agnes Brodie daughter age 11 scholar born Shoreditch
Charlotte Brodie daughter age 7 scholar born Shoreditch
George Brodie son age 4 born Shoreditch
Sarah Brodie daughter age 18 born Shoreditch." Image.

3Charles Brodie widower, 1891 Census 2 Kings Square Shoreditch, London, RG12/242/151/27, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
2 Kings Square
Charles Brodie Head widower age 50 Cabinet Maker born City
Chas Brodie son age 9 born Dalston
Charlotte Brodie daughter age 14 born Dalston." Image.


37. George BRODIE

1Charles & Mary Brodie, 1881 Census Shoreditch, London, RG11/406/100/25, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
16 Boston St
Charles Brodie Head age 41 Bedstead Maker born City
Mary Ann Brodie Wife age 39, born Whitechapel
Mary Ann Brodie daughter age 19 Box Maker born Shoreditch
Charles Brodie son age 14 scholar born Shoreditch
Agnes Brodie daughter age 11 scholar born Shoreditch
Charlotte Brodie daughter age 7 scholar born Shoreditch
George Brodie son age 4 born Shoreditch
Sarah Brodie daughter age 18 born Shoreditch." Image.


37. Chas BRODIE

1Charles Brodie widower, 1891 Census 2 Kings Square Shoreditch, London, RG12/242/151/27, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
2 Kings Square
Charles Brodie Head widower age 50 Cabinet Maker born City
Chas Brodie son age 9 born Dalston
Charlotte Brodie daughter age 14 born Dalston." Image.


76. John FISHER

1John Fisher & Louisa Bendall 1851 Marylebone Marriage Certificate, 1851/Jun/Lambeth/4/287. "
1851, St John's Church, Waterloo, No 179, 18th March 1851
John Fisher, bachelor, Porter & Louisa Bendall, spinster both of Waterloo Road.
Fathers: William Fisher, Labourer & Henry Bendall, Bricklayer.  Wit: G Cleaver & Robt Jones.". Image.

2William & Elizabeth Fisher, 1841 census p4, Longcott, Berkshire (ancestry.co.uk), HO107/27/13/5/4, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Longcott.
William Fisher age 45 Ag Labourer born Berkshire.
Elizabeth Fisher age 48 born Berkshire.
John Fisher age 14 born Berkshire.
Sarah Fisher age 12 born Berkshire.
Daniel Fisher age 5 born Berkshire.
Jane Fisher age 3 born Berkshire." Image.

3John Fisher, 1841 Census, Marylebone, London, HO107/676/5/17/35, 6 Jun 1841, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
Westmoreland Street, Marylebone.
John Fisher age 15 Servant born Not Middlesex." Image.

4John Fisher, 1851 Census Marylebone, London, HO107/1487/73/70, 30 Mar 1851, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
57 Marylebone Lane, London
John Fisher lodger, Unm, age 23 porter born Berkshire Longcot." Image.

5John & Eliza Fisher 1861 Census Canonbury, Finsbury, London, RG9/140/88/33, 7 Apr 1861, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
19 Frederick Place, Islington
John Fisher head age 34 Carman born Berkshire Longscott
Eliza Fisher wife age 34 born Gloucester Berkley
Henry Fisher son age 8 scholar born Islington
William Fisher son age 6 scholar born Islington
Amos Fisher son age 5 scholar born Islington." Image.


77. Lois Eliza BENDALL

1Lois Bendall 1826 Cam, Gloucestershire, Baptism, Gloucestershire FHS, transcript CD. "
St George's Church, Cam, Berkeley, 12th March 1826.
Lois Bendall daughter to Henry & Mary Ann Bendall, a mason.". Image.

2Henry & Ann Bendall, 1841 Census Berkerly, Gloucestershire p4 (ancestry.co.uk), HO107/347/4/5/4, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Crossway Gage.
Henry Bendall age 35 Mason born Gloucs.
Ann Bendall age 35 born Gloucs.
John Bendall age 15 born Gloucs.
Louisa Bendall age 15 born Gloucs.
Jane Bendall age 5 born Gloucs.
Hannah Bendall age 3 born Gloucs.
cont p5.
Thomas Bendall age 1 born Gloucs." Image.

3Louisa Bendall, 1851 Census St Marylebone, London, HO107/1493/861/13, 30 Mar 1851, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
17 Albert Road, St Marylebon
Louisa Bendall, servant, U, age 25, House Servant born Gloucestershire Cam."
servant to Ann Teresa Spence, Hotel Keeper's wife.. Image.

4John & Eliza Fisher 1861 Census Canonbury, Finsbury, London, RG9/140/88/33, 7 Apr 1861, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
19 Frederick Place, Islington
John Fisher head age 34 Carman born Berkshire Longscott
Eliza Fisher wife age 34 born Gloucester Berkley
Henry Fisher son age 8 scholar born Islington
William Fisher son age 6 scholar born Islington
Amos Fisher son age 5 scholar born Islington." Image.


38. Henry FISHER

1Henry Fisher 1852 St Pancras Birth GRO, 1852/Dec/StPancras/1b/85.

2Amos, William & Henry Fisher, 1856, Islington, London, Baptism Register, Page 82, entries 249, 250 & 251, 27 Jul 1856, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Matthew's Church, Essex Road, 27 July 1856.
Amos Edwin, William Arthur & Henry Fisher to John & Eliza Fisher of 22 Cambridge Road, a carman." Image.

3John & Eliza Fisher 1861 Census Canonbury, Finsbury, London, RG9/140/88/33, 7 Apr 1861, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
19 Frederick Place, Islington
John Fisher head age 34 Carman born Berkshire Longscott
Eliza Fisher wife age 34 born Gloucester Berkley
Henry Fisher son age 8 scholar born Islington
William Fisher son age 6 scholar born Islington
Amos Fisher son age 5 scholar born Islington." Image.


38. Amos Edward FISHER

1Amos Edward Fisher 1856 Islington Birth Certificate, 1856/Mar/Islington/1b/260. "
No 115 Islington East 17th January 1856, 22 Cambridge Road
Amos Edward, boy to John Fisher, Carman & Eliza Fisher formerly Bendall.
Informant: E Fisher, mother 22 Cambridge Road 26th Feb 1856.". Image.

2Amos, William & Henry Fisher, 1856, Islington, London, Baptism Register, Page 82, entries 249, 250 & 251, 27 Jul 1856, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Matthew's Church, Essex Road, 27 July 1856.
Amos Edwin, William Arthur & Henry Fisher to John & Eliza Fisher of 22 Cambridge Road, a carman." Image.

3John & Eliza Fisher 1861 Census Canonbury, Finsbury, London, RG9/140/88/33, 7 Apr 1861, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
19 Frederick Place, Islington
John Fisher head age 34 Carman born Berkshire Longscott
Eliza Fisher wife age 34 born Gloucester Berkley
Henry Fisher son age 8 scholar born Islington
William Fisher son age 6 scholar born Islington
Amos Fisher son age 5 scholar born Islington." Image.


78. Richard JORDAN

1Richard Jordan, 1800 Friern Barnet, Middlesex, Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm X001/083. "
St John's Church, Friern Barnet, 7th December 1800.
Richard son of John & Elizabeth Jorden.". Image.

2Richard Jordan & Emma Barnes 1854 East London Marriage Certificate, 1854/Sep/East London/1c/64. "
13 Aug 1854 St Giles, Cripplegate
Richard Jordan Widower, Butcher 6 Silk Street & Emma Barnes Spinster
Fathers: John Jordan, Labourer & William Barnes Labourer
Witnessess: William Taylor & Catherine Taylor.". Image.

3Richard & Mary Jordan, 1841 Census Whitechapel, London, HO107/711/37/5, 6 Jun 1841, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
Hunt St, Whitechapel.
Richard Jordan age 35 Butcher born Middx.
Mary Jordan age 30 born Middx.
William Jordan age 10 born Middx.
Frederick Jordan age 2 born Middx.
Martha Jordan age 4 mths born Middx." Image.

4Richard & Mary Jordon, 1851 Census p40 Cripplegate, London, HO107/1525/130/40, 30 Mar 1841, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
6 Silk Street, Cripplegate
Richard Jordan head age 49 Butcher born Finchley
Mary Jordan wife age 43 born Middx, Bow
Sarah daughter age 18 scholar born Spitalfields
Frederick son age 12 born Mile End
Martha daughter age 10 born Mile End
Henry son age 8 born Mile End
George son age 6 scholar born Old Ford
Emma daughter age 4 born Old Ford
continued on p41
Charles son 2 born Old Ford." Image.

5Richard & Emma Jordan, 1861 Census Cripplegate, City, RG9/214/32/2, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
4 Red Cross Court, Golden Lane.
Richard Jordan head age 65 Butcher born Finchley.
Emma Jordan wife age 31 Laundress born Poole Dorset.
George Jordan son age 18 Butcher born Cripplegate, City.
Emma Jordan daughter age 16 born Cripplegate, City.
Charles Jordan son age 13 born born Cripplegate, City.
Joseph Jordan son age 10 scholar born Cripplegate, City.
Tessie Jordan daughter age 6 scholar born Cripplegate, City.
James Jordan son age 3 scholar born Cripplegate, City.
William Jordan son age 8 scholar born Cripplegate, City.
Clara Jordan daughter age 6 months born Cripplegate, City.
Mrs Barnes grandmother widow age 61 nurse born Poole, Dorset." Image.

6Richard & Emma Jordan, 1871 Census Finsbury, London, RG10/408/29/23, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
5 Albion Bldgs, Finsbury
Richard Jordan head age 69 Butcher born Whetstone
Emma Jordan wife age 41 born Dorset, Poole
Jesse Jordan daughter age 16 Mantle Maker born Cripplegate
Clara Jordan daughter age 9 scholar
Thomas Jordan son age 6
Alice Jordan daughter age 2."
list as Joxdan on ancestry.co.uk. Image.


79. Emma Bartlett BARNES

1Emma Barnes 1830 Poole, Dorset Baptism Register, Society of Genealogists, Charterhouse Court, Clerkenwell, London, microfilm. "
St James in Poole No 1456, entered for both 3rd & 17th January 1830.
Emma Barlett to William & Lydia Barnes of Poole, Labourer.". Image.

2William & Lydia Barnes, 1841 census,  p21, Poole, Dorset, HO107/294/12/14/21, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Buddins Lane (cont from p20).
Lydia Barnes age 15 born Dorset.
Emma Barnes age 10 born Dorset.
Joseph Barnes age 5 born Dorset.
John Barnes age 4 born Dorset.
Maria Barnes age 1 born Dorset." Image.

3William & Lydia Barnes, 1851 census, Poole, Dorset, HO107/1855/280/32, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
106 Strand St, Poole, Dorset
William Barnes head age 62 Labourer born Usk, Cornwall.
Lydia Barnes wife age 51 born Poole.
Emma Barnes daughter age 21 Dressmaker born Poole.
John Barnes son age 14 Errand Boy born Poole." Image.

4Richard & Emma Jordan, 1861 Census Cripplegate, City, RG9/214/32/2, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
4 Red Cross Court, Golden Lane.
Richard Jordan head age 65 Butcher born Finchley.
Emma Jordan wife age 31 Laundress born Poole Dorset.
George Jordan son age 18 Butcher born Cripplegate, City.
Emma Jordan daughter age 16 born Cripplegate, City.
Charles Jordan son age 13 born born Cripplegate, City.
Joseph Jordan son age 10 scholar born Cripplegate, City.
Tessie Jordan daughter age 6 scholar born Cripplegate, City.
James Jordan son age 3 scholar born Cripplegate, City.
William Jordan son age 8 scholar born Cripplegate, City.
Clara Jordan daughter age 6 months born Cripplegate, City.
Mrs Barnes grandmother widow age 61 nurse born Poole, Dorset." Image.

5Richard & Emma Jordan, 1871 Census Finsbury, London, RG10/408/29/23, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
5 Albion Bldgs, Finsbury
Richard Jordan head age 69 Butcher born Whetstone
Emma Jordan wife age 41 born Dorset, Poole
Jesse Jordan daughter age 16 Mantle Maker born Cripplegate
Clara Jordan daughter age 9 scholar
Thomas Jordan son age 6
Alice Jordan daughter age 2."
list as Joxdan on ancestry.co.uk. Image.


39. John Richard JORDAN

1John Richard Jordan, 1856, Cripplegate, London, Baptism Register, 10 Dec 1856, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England. "St Giles' Church, Cripplegate, born 17th October 1856, baptised 10th December 1856.
John Richard to Richard & Emma Jordan of 4 Red Cross Court, a butcher." Image.


39. James JORDAN

1James Jordan, 1858, Cripplegate, London, Baptism Register, 26 Sep 1858, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England. "St Giles' Church, Cripplegate, born 12th September 1858, baptised 26th September 1858.
James to Richard & Emma Jordan of 4 Red Cross Court, Golden Lane, a butcher." Image.

2Richard & Emma Jordan, 1861 Census Cripplegate, City, RG9/214/32/2, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
4 Red Cross Court, Golden Lane.
Richard Jordan head age 65 Butcher born Finchley.
Emma Jordan wife age 31 Laundress born Poole Dorset.
George Jordan son age 18 Butcher born Cripplegate, City.
Emma Jordan daughter age 16 born Cripplegate, City.
Charles Jordan son age 13 born born Cripplegate, City.
Joseph Jordan son age 10 scholar born Cripplegate, City.
Tessie Jordan daughter age 6 scholar born Cripplegate, City.
James Jordan son age 3 scholar born Cripplegate, City.
William Jordan son age 8 scholar born Cripplegate, City.
Clara Jordan daughter age 6 months born Cripplegate, City.
Mrs Barnes grandmother widow age 61 nurse born Poole, Dorset." Image.


39. Clara Eliza Phillipa JORDAN

1Clare Eliza Jordan 1860 East London Birth GRO, 1860/Dec/East London/1c/21.

2Clara Eliza Phiippa Jordan, 1860, Cripplegate, London, Baptism Register, 14 Oct 1860, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England. "St Giles' Church, Cripplegate, born 23rd September 1860, baptised 14th October 1860.
Clara Eliza Philippa to Richard & Emma Jordan of Red Cross Court, Golden Lane, a butcher." Image.

3Richard & Emma Jordan, 1861 Census Cripplegate, City, RG9/214/32/2, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
4 Red Cross Court, Golden Lane.
Richard Jordan head age 65 Butcher born Finchley.
Emma Jordan wife age 31 Laundress born Poole Dorset.
George Jordan son age 18 Butcher born Cripplegate, City.
Emma Jordan daughter age 16 born Cripplegate, City.
Charles Jordan son age 13 born born Cripplegate, City.
Joseph Jordan son age 10 scholar born Cripplegate, City.
Tessie Jordan daughter age 6 scholar born Cripplegate, City.
James Jordan son age 3 scholar born Cripplegate, City.
William Jordan son age 8 scholar born Cripplegate, City.
Clara Jordan daughter age 6 months born Cripplegate, City.
Mrs Barnes grandmother widow age 61 nurse born Poole, Dorset." Image.

4Richard & Emma Jordan, 1871 Census Finsbury, London, RG10/408/29/23, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
5 Albion Bldgs, Finsbury
Richard Jordan head age 69 Butcher born Whetstone
Emma Jordan wife age 41 born Dorset, Poole
Jesse Jordan daughter age 16 Mantle Maker born Cripplegate
Clara Jordan daughter age 9 scholar
Thomas Jordan son age 6
Alice Jordan daughter age 2."
list as Joxdan on ancestry.co.uk. Image.


39. Thomas Richard JORDAN

1Thomas Richard Jordan, 1864, Cripplegate, London, Baptism Register, 12 Jun 1864, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England. "St Giles' Church, Cripplegate, born 28th May 1864, baptised 12th June 1864.
Thomas Richard to Richard & Emma Jordan of 4 Red Cross Court, a butcher." Image.

2Richard & Emma Jordan, 1871 Census Finsbury, London, RG10/408/29/23, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
5 Albion Bldgs, Finsbury
Richard Jordan head age 69 Butcher born Whetstone
Emma Jordan wife age 41 born Dorset, Poole
Jesse Jordan daughter age 16 Mantle Maker born Cripplegate
Clara Jordan daughter age 9 scholar
Thomas Jordan son age 6
Alice Jordan daughter age 2."
list as Joxdan on ancestry.co.uk. Image.


39. Alfred JORDAN

1Alfred Jordan, 1867, Charterhouse, Finsbury, London, Baptism Register, Page 412, entry 3295, 31 Jul 1867, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Thomas Charterhouse, Finsbury, born 17th July 1866, baptised 31st July 1867.
Alfred to Richard & Emma Jordan of 29 Great Arthur Street, butcher." Image.


39. Alice JORDAN

1Richard & Emma Jordan, 1871 Census Finsbury, London, RG10/408/29/23, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
5 Albion Bldgs, Finsbury
Richard Jordan head age 69 Butcher born Whetstone
Emma Jordan wife age 41 born Dorset, Poole
Jesse Jordan daughter age 16 Mantle Maker born Cripplegate
Clara Jordan daughter age 9 scholar
Thomas Jordan son age 6
Alice Jordan daughter age 2."
list as Joxdan on ancestry.co.uk. Image.


80. Henry Alexander BISSETT

1Henry Alexander Bissett 1831 St Dunstan's Stepney Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Dunstan's Stepney Christening 30 Jun 1831 No 30
Henry Alexander to Samuel & Harriet Bissett, Ratcliff, Mariner.". Image.

2Henry Bissett 1878 Islington Death GRO, 1878/Sep/1b/264/Islington. "aged 47.".

3Henry Alexander Bissett & Eliza Burton 1855 Poplar Marriage Certificate, 1855/Sep/Popar/1c/1053. "
1855 Meth Chapel, Poplar, No 112 24 July 1855
Henry Bissett, Mariner 7 Evans Street,father Samuel Bissett Mariner
Eliza Burton, 7 Evans Street, father Thomas Burton Coachman
Witnesses: Michael Bissett & Sarah Hayner.". Image.

4Limehouse shipbuilding 1841. "
Henry Alexander Bissett grew up in this area.". Image.

5Harriet Bissett & Family, 1841 Census Limehouse, London, HO107/701/4/6/4, 6 Jun 1841. "
Bird in Bush Terrace, Limehouse.
Harriet Bisset age 35 born Middlesex.
Henry Bisset age 11 born Middlesex.
James Bisset age 5 born Middlesex.
Michael Bisset age 4 born Middlesex.
Rosina Bisset age 21 months born Middlesex."
(Indexed as "Brissett" on ancestry.co.uk. Image.

6Henry & Eliza Bissett, 1871 Census Islington, London, RG10/261/79/31, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
47 Bellemy St, Barnsbury Islington
Henry A Bissett age 40 Clerk born Stepney
Eliza A Bissett wife age 33 born Hoxton
Henry son age 13 errand boy born Islington
James son age 10 errand boy born Poplar
Harriet daughter age 8 born Poplar
George son age 6 scholar born Islington
Fredk son age 5 scholar born Islington
Arthur son age 4 scholar born Islington
Kate daughter age 1 born Islington." Image.


81. Eliza Ann BURTON

1Eliza Ann Burton, 1837, Islington, Middlesex, Baptism Register, Page 78, entry 620, 17 May 1837, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Mary's Church, Islington, born 21st April 1837, baptised 17th May 1837.
Eliza Ann daughter to Thomas & Amy Burton of Britania Row, coach maker." Image.

2Eliza Bissett 1879 Islington Death GRO, 1879/Mar/Islington/1b/224. "aged 41.".

3Thomas & Amy Burton, 1841 Census, Shoreditch, London, HO107/707/6/9/9, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Provost Street, Shoreditch.
Thomas Burton age 30 Coach Maker born Middx.
Amy Burton age 25 born Middx.
George Burton age 2 born Middx.
Thomas Burton age 3 born Middx.
Eliza Burton age 5 born Middx." Image.

4Thomas & Amy Burton, 1851 Census Finsbury, London, HO107/1500/246/29, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Westmoreland Place, Finsbury
Thomas Burton head age 41 Coach Mkr born London
Amy Burton wife age 41 born Chelsea
Eliza Burton daughter age 14 born Hoxton
Thomas Burton son age 12 born Hoxton
George Burton son age 11 born Lambeth
Mary Ann Burton daughter age 7 born Hoxton
Joseph Burton son age 5 born Marylebone
James Burton son age 3 born Marylebone
Sarah Burton daughter age 1 born Marylebone." Image.

5Henry & Eliza Bissett, 1871 Census Islington, London, RG10/261/79/31, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
47 Bellemy St, Barnsbury Islington
Henry A Bissett age 40 Clerk born Stepney
Eliza A Bissett wife age 33 born Hoxton
Henry son age 13 errand boy born Islington
James son age 10 errand boy born Poplar
Harriet daughter age 8 born Poplar
George son age 6 scholar born Islington
Fredk son age 5 scholar born Islington
Arthur son age 4 scholar born Islington
Kate daughter age 1 born Islington." Image.


40. Henry Samuel BISSETT

1Henry Samuel Bissett 1857 Islington Birth GRO, 1857/Dec/Islington/1b/207.

2Henry Samuel Bissett, 1858, Islington, London, Baptism Register, Page 68, entry 539, 3 Aug 1858, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
All Saint's Church, Battlebridge, Islington, 3rd August 1858.
Henry Samuel son to Henry & Eliza Bissett of 9 Cummins Street, book keeper." Image.

3Henry & Eliza Bissett, 1871 Census Islington, London, RG10/261/79/31, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
47 Bellemy St, Barnsbury Islington
Henry A Bissett age 40 Clerk born Stepney
Eliza A Bissett wife age 33 born Hoxton
Henry son age 13 errand boy born Islington
James son age 10 errand boy born Poplar
Harriet daughter age 8 born Poplar
George son age 6 scholar born Islington
Fredk son age 5 scholar born Islington
Arthur son age 4 scholar born Islington
Kate daughter age 1 born Islington." Image.

4Henry, James, Fredk & Arthur Bissett 1881 Census p44 Islington, London, RG11/232/25/44, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
96 Wynford Road
Henry Bissett Head Unm age 21 Labourer born Islington
James Bissett Brother Unm age 20 Artificial Flower Shader
(cont on page 45)." Image.

5Henry Samuel & Mary Bissett, 1891 Census Lambeth, Surrey, RG12/405/38/3, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
195 Clapham Rd, Lambeth
Henry S Bissett Head M age 36 Time Keeper C+SL R Works born Islington
Mary Bissett Wife age 44 Caretaker born  Sussex (Decker?." Image.

6Henry S & Mary Bissett, 1901 Census Lambeth, Surrey, RG13/416/65/23, 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
46 Larkhall Lane, Lambeth
Henry S Bissett Head age 43 Civil Engineer born Islington
Mary Bissett Wife age 55 born Sussex." Image.


40. Eliza Emma Harriet BISSETT

1Eliza Emma Harriet Bissett, 1862, Limehouse, London, Baptism Register, Page 478, entry 3824, 23 Mar 1862, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Anne's Church, Limehouse, born 3rd April 1859, baptised 3rd April 1859.
Eliza Emma Harriet daughter of Henry & Eliza Bissett of Evans Street, rigger." Image.


40. Harriett Mary Ann BISSETT

1Harriet Mary Bissett 1862 Poplar Birth GRO, 1862/Dec/Poplar/1c/644.

2Harriet Mary Ann Bissett, 1863, Islington, London, Baptism Register, Page 457, entry 3652, 13 Sep 1863, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Mary's Church, Islington, born 15th October 1862, baptised 13th September 1863.
Harriet Mary Ann daughter to Henry Alexander & Eliza Ann Bissett of St James Street, Clerk." Image.

3Henry & Eliza Bissett, 1871 Census Islington, London, RG10/261/79/31, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
47 Bellemy St, Barnsbury Islington
Henry A Bissett age 40 Clerk born Stepney
Eliza A Bissett wife age 33 born Hoxton
Henry son age 13 errand boy born Islington
James son age 10 errand boy born Poplar
Harriet daughter age 8 born Poplar
George son age 6 scholar born Islington
Fredk son age 5 scholar born Islington
Arthur son age 4 scholar born Islington
Kate daughter age 1 born Islington." Image.


40. George Thomas BISSETT

1George Thomas Bissett 1864 Islington Birth GRO, 1864/Sept/Islington/1b/318. "Bissett, George Thomas
September 1864 Islington, Vol 1b Page 318.".

2George Thomas Bissett, 1864, Islington, London, Baptism Register, Page 78, entry 618, 21 Aug 1864, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Matthew's Church, Islington, 21st August 1864.
George Thomas to Henry Alexander & Eliza Bissett, 189 Essex Road, tobacconist."
indexed as Brisett on ancestry.co.uk. Image.

3Henry & Eliza Bissett, 1871 Census Islington, London, RG10/261/79/31, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
47 Bellemy St, Barnsbury Islington
Henry A Bissett age 40 Clerk born Stepney
Eliza A Bissett wife age 33 born Hoxton
Henry son age 13 errand boy born Islington
James son age 10 errand boy born Poplar
Harriet daughter age 8 born Poplar
George son age 6 scholar born Islington
Fredk son age 5 scholar born Islington
Arthur son age 4 scholar born Islington
Kate daughter age 1 born Islington." Image.

4George & Mary Bissett, 1891 Census, Lambeth, Surrey, RG12/400/229/23, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
48 Larkhall Lane.
George Bissett Head M age 26 Foreman Engine Cleaner born Islington
Mary A Bissett Wife M age 31 Artificial Florist born St Pancras
George F Bissett son U age 2 born Islington." Image.

5George & Mary Bissett, 1901 Census, Lambeth, Surrey, RG13/416/?/23, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
37 Larkhall Lane, Lambeth
George T Bissett Head M age 36 Railway Engine Driver born Islington
Mary A Bissett Wife M age 37 born St Pancras
George F Bisett son age 12 born Islington." Image.


40. Frederick Richard BISSETT

1Frederick R Bissett 1866 Islington Birth GRO, General Register Office, 1866/Mar/Islington/1b/342. "Bissett, Frederick R, March 1866 Islington, Vol 1b Page 342.".

2Frederick Richard Bissett, 1866, Islington, London, Baptism Register, Page 435, entry 3476, 4 Feb 1866, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Mary's Church, Islington, born 12th January 1866, baptised 4th February 1866.
Frederick Richard son to Henry Alexander & Eliza Ann Bissett of Essex Road, tobacconist." Image.

3Frederick Bissett 1901 age 38 Death GRO, 1901, 1901/Mar/Islington/1b/24.

4Henry & Eliza Bissett, 1871 Census Islington, London, RG10/261/79/31, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
47 Bellemy St, Barnsbury Islington
Henry A Bissett age 40 Clerk born Stepney
Eliza A Bissett wife age 33 born Hoxton
Henry son age 13 errand boy born Islington
James son age 10 errand boy born Poplar
Harriet daughter age 8 born Poplar
George son age 6 scholar born Islington
Fredk son age 5 scholar born Islington
Arthur son age 4 scholar born Islington
Kate daughter age 1 born Islington." Image.

5Henry, James, Fredk & Arthur Bissett 1881 Census p45, Finsbury, Islington, London, RG11/232/25/45, 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
(cont from p44)
96 Wynford Rd Islington
Frederick Bissett Brother age 14 Errand Boy born Middx
Arthur Bissett Brother age 13 Errand Boy born Middx." Image.

6Frederick R & Mary Bissett, 1891 Census Islington, London, RG12/157/29/52, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
65 Outrum St
Frederick Bissett Head age 26 Postman born Islington
Maryan Bissett Wife age 24 born Wapping." Image.

7Frederick R & Mary Bissett, 1901 Census Islington, London, RG13/181/95/4, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
2 Clapton Street, Islington.
Frederick R Bissett Head age 35 Postman born Islington
Mary  Wife age 32 born Wapping
George H son age 8 born Islington
Charles son age 6
Edith M daughter age 4
Mary E daughter age 3
May P daughter age 10 mth." Image.


40. Arthur Alexander BISSETT

1Arthur Alexander Bissett 1867 Islington Birth GRO, General Register Office, 1867/Mar/Islington/1b/327.

2Arthur Alexander Bissiett, 1867, Islington, London, Baptism Register, Page 130, entry 1033, 10 Mar 1867, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Mary's Church, Islington, born 15th February 1867, baptised 10th March 1867.
Arthur Alexander son to Henry Alexander & Eliza Ann Bissett of Essex Road, tobacconist." Image.

3Henry & Eliza Bissett, 1871 Census Islington, London, RG10/261/79/31, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
47 Bellemy St, Barnsbury Islington
Henry A Bissett age 40 Clerk born Stepney
Eliza A Bissett wife age 33 born Hoxton
Henry son age 13 errand boy born Islington
James son age 10 errand boy born Poplar
Harriet daughter age 8 born Poplar
George son age 6 scholar born Islington
Fredk son age 5 scholar born Islington
Arthur son age 4 scholar born Islington
Kate daughter age 1 born Islington." Image.

4Henry, James, Fredk & Arthur Bissett 1881 Census p45, Finsbury, Islington, London, RG11/232/25/45, 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
(cont from p44)
96 Wynford Rd Islington
Frederick Bissett Brother age 14 Errand Boy born Middx
Arthur Bissett Brother age 13 Errand Boy born Middx." Image.


40. Catherine Sarah BISSETT

1Catherine Sarah Bissett 1870 Islington Birth GRO, General Register Office, 1870/Mar/Islington/1b/293.

2Catherine Sarah Bissett, 1870, Islington, London, Baptism Register, Page 192, entry 1529, 27 Feb 1870, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Mary's Church, Islington, born 1st February 1827, baptised 27th February 1827.
Catherine Sarah daughter to Henry Alexander & Eliza Ann Bisset of Pulteney Street, clerk." Image.

3Henry & Eliza Bissett, 1871 Census Islington, London, RG10/261/79/31, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
47 Bellemy St, Barnsbury Islington
Henry A Bissett age 40 Clerk born Stepney
Eliza A Bissett wife age 33 born Hoxton
Henry son age 13 errand boy born Islington
James son age 10 errand boy born Poplar
Harriet daughter age 8 born Poplar
George son age 6 scholar born Islington
Fredk son age 5 scholar born Islington
Arthur son age 4 scholar born Islington
Kate daughter age 1 born Islington." Image.


40. Amy Emma BISSETT

1Amy Emma Bissett, 1870, Islington, Baptism Register, Page 191, entry 1528, 27 Feb 1870, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Mary's Church, Islington, born 1st February 1870, baptised 27th February 1870.
Amy Emma daughter to Henry Alexander & Eliza Ann Bissett of Pulteney Street, clerk." Image.


40. Emma Louise BISSETT

1Emma Louise Bissett, 1871, Islington, London, Baptism Register (ancestry.co.uk), Page 240, 30 Jul 1871, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England. "
St Mary's Church, Islington, born 3rd July 1871, baptised 30 July 1871.
Emma Louise daughter of Henry Alexander & Eliza Ann Bissett of Pulteney Street, clerk." Image.


40. Alexander Charles BISSETT

1Alexander Charles Bissett, 1875, Islington, London, Baptism Register, Page 53, entry 423, 14 Apr 1875, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England. "
St Silas' Church, Penton Street, Islington, born 27th February 1875, baptised 14th April 1875.
Alexander Charles son to Henry Alexander & Eliza Bissett of 47 Pulteney Street, clerk." Image.


82. James William Metcalf ADNEY

1James William Metcalf Adney 1820 Bethnal Green Baptism Register, Page 90, 11 Oct 1820, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm & LDS C046981. "
James William Metcalf Adney born 20 Sept 1819 Christened 11 Oct 1820 St Matthew Bethnal Green, London to James William Metcalf Adney & Eleanor.". "
St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green, 11th October 1820.
Mary Ann born 27th July 1818 to James William Metcalf  & Eleanor Adney of Pollards Row, gent.
James William Metcalf born 20th September 1819 to James William Metcalf & Eleanor Adney of Pollards Row, gent."
indexed as Sidney on ancestry.co.uk. Image.

2James Adney & Elizabeth Higgs, 1842, Lambeth, Surrey, Marriage Register, Page 70, entry 140, 18 Jul 1842, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England,  & GRO 1842/Sep/Lambeth/4/228. "
St John's Church, Waterloo, Lambeth, 18th July 1842.
James William Metcalf Adney, full age, bachelor, shoemaker of Brydges Street son of James William Metcalf Adney, clerk & Elizabeth Sarah Higgs, full age, spinster daughter of Thomas Higgs, lighterman.
Witnesses, Martha Saunders & James Green." Image.

3James & Elizabeth Adney, 1851 census p26, Islington, Middlesex, HO107/1500/245/26, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
26 Caledonia Street, Islington West.
James Adney head age 32 shoe maker born Bethnal Green.
Elizabeth Adney wife age 30 born St Martin's, Middlesex.
Harriet Adney daughter age 8 born St Mary's, Strand.
Mary Ann Adney daughter age 7 born St Mary's, Strand.
James Adney son age 5 born St Pancras.
(continued on page 27)." Image.

4James & Elizabeth Adney, 1851 census p27, Islington, Middlesex, HO107/1500/245/27, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
26 Caledonia Street, Islington West.
(continued from page 26)
Elizabeth Adney daughter age 4 born St Pancras.
Caroline Adney daughter age 3 born St Pancras.
Thomas Adney son age 1 born St Pancras." Image.

5James & Elizabeth Adney, 1861 census p66, Islington, London, RG9/131/158/66, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
14 Pembroke Street, Islington.
James Adney head age 41 shoe maker born Bethnal Green, Middlesex.
Elizabeth Adney wife age 39 born St Martin's, Middlesex.
Mary Ann Adney daughter age 16 flower maker born St Paul's, Covent Garden.
James Adney son age 15 shoe maker born St Pancras.
Elizabeth Adney daughter age 14 flower maker born St Pancras.
Caroline Adney daughter age 12 scholar born St Pancras.
(continued on page 67)." Image.

6James & Elizabeth Adney, 1861 census p67, Islington, London, RG9/131/159/67, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
14 Pembroke Street, Islington.
(continued from page 66).
Thomas Adney son age 11 scholar born Islington.
Charles Adney son age 9 scholar born Islington.
Lucy Adney daughter age 7 scholar born Islington.
Ann Adney daughter age 6 scholar born islington.
Henry Adney son age 3 scholar born Islington.
Eleanor Adney daughter age 1 month born Islington." Image.

7James & Elizabeth Adney, 1871 Census p8 Islington, London, RG10/264/79/8, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
42 Offord Road, Islington
James Adney head age 51 Boot Maker born Bethnal Green
Elizabeth Adney wife age 49 born London Strand
cont p9." Image.

8James & Elizabeth Adney, 1881 Census Islington, London, RG11/236/77/15, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
42 Offord Road, Islington
James Adney head age 62 Boot Maker born London
Elizabeth Adney wife age 60 born London
Annie Adney daughter age 25 born London
Jessie Adney daughter age 18 born London." Image.


83. Elizabeth Sarah HIGGS

1Elizabeth Sarah Higgs, 1821, London, Baptism Register, 20 Jun 1821, Westminster Archives, microfilm Vol 22. "
St Martin's in the Fields, London, 20th June 1821.
Elizabeth Sarah of Thomas & Elizabeth Higgs of 23 Hungerford Market, waterman." Image.

2James & Elizabeth Adney, 1851 census p26, Islington, Middlesex, HO107/1500/245/26, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
26 Caledonia Street, Islington West.
James Adney head age 32 shoe maker born Bethnal Green.
Elizabeth Adney wife age 30 born St Martin's, Middlesex.
Harriet Adney daughter age 8 born St Mary's, Strand.
Mary Ann Adney daughter age 7 born St Mary's, Strand.
James Adney son age 5 born St Pancras.
(continued on page 27)." Image.

3James & Elizabeth Adney, 1871 Census p8 Islington, London, RG10/264/79/8, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
42 Offord Road, Islington
James Adney head age 51 Boot Maker born Bethnal Green
Elizabeth Adney wife age 49 born London Strand
cont p9." Image.

4James & Elizabeth Adney, 1881 Census Islington, London, RG11/236/77/15, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
42 Offord Road, Islington
James Adney head age 62 Boot Maker born London
Elizabeth Adney wife age 60 born London
Annie Adney daughter age 25 born London
Jessie Adney daughter age 18 born London." Image.


41. Mary Ann Eleanor ADNEY

1Mary Ann Eleanor & Lucy Adney, 1854, Islington, London, Baptism Register, Page 56, entry 444 & 445, 18 Jan 1854, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
All Saint's Church, Islington.
Mary Ann Eleanor born 10th May 1844, baptised 18th January 1854 to James & Sarah Elizabeth Adney, shoemaker.
Lucy baptised 18th January 1854.
to James & Elizabeth Adney of 26 Caledonia Street, shoemaker." Image.


41. James William Metcalf ADNEY

1James William Adney 1846 Pancras Birth GRO, 1846/Mar/Pancras/1/291.

2James & Susannah Adney, 1871 Census Islington, London, RG10/305/7/10, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
3 Clarence Cottages, Islington
James Adney head age 25 Shoe Maker born St Pancras
Susannah Adney wife age 23 born Bethnal Green
Alfred Adney son age 1 born Islington
Alice Adney daughter age 1 mth born Islington." Image.


41. Lucy ADNEY

1Mary Ann Eleanor & Lucy Adney, 1854, Islington, London, Baptism Register, Page 56, entry 444 & 445, 18 Jan 1854, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
All Saint's Church, Islington.
Mary Ann Eleanor born 10th May 1844, baptised 18th January 1854 to James & Sarah Elizabeth Adney, shoemaker.
Lucy baptised 18th January 1854.
to James & Elizabeth Adney of 26 Caledonia Street, shoemaker." Image.

2James & Elizabeth Adney, 1871 Census p9 Islington, London, RG10/264/80/9, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
42 Offord Road, Islington
cont from p8
Lucy Adney daughter age 19 born Islington
Annie Adney daughter age 15 born Islington
Henry Adney son age 14 born Islington
Jessie Adney daughter age 8 born Islington." Image.


41. Henry ADNEY

1James & Elizabeth Adney, 1871 Census p9 Islington, London, RG10/264/80/9, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
42 Offord Road, Islington
cont from p8
Lucy Adney daughter age 19 born Islington
Annie Adney daughter age 15 born Islington
Henry Adney son age 14 born Islington
Jessie Adney daughter age 8 born Islington." Image.


41. Jessie ADNEY

1James & Elizabeth Adney, 1871 Census p9 Islington, London, RG10/264/80/9, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
42 Offord Road, Islington
cont from p8
Lucy Adney daughter age 19 born Islington
Annie Adney daughter age 15 born Islington
Henry Adney son age 14 born Islington
Jessie Adney daughter age 8 born Islington." Image.

2James & Elizabeth Adney, 1881 Census Islington, London, RG11/236/77/15, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
42 Offord Road, Islington
James Adney head age 62 Boot Maker born London
Elizabeth Adney wife age 60 born London
Annie Adney daughter age 25 born London
Jessie Adney daughter age 18 born London." Image.


84. James HOUSDEN

1James Housden & Ann Langley 1842, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, Marriage Register, 12 Nov 1842, Bedford Record Office, microfiche &  1842/Dec/Biggleswade/6/101. "St Andrew's Church, Biggleswade, 12th November 1842.
James Housden (x), full age, bachelor, labourer of Biggleswade son of William Housden, labourer & Ann Langley (x), full age, spinster, daughter of James Langley, labourer.
Witnesses, George Lawrence (x) & Susan Balk (x)." Image.

2William & Elizabeth Housden, 1841 census, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, HO107/2/7/5/12, 6 Jum 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Coldharbour
William Housden age 45 Gardener born Beds
Elizabeth Housden age 45 born not Beds
James Housden age 15 born Beds
Thomas Housden age 15 born Beds
John Housden age 15 born Beds." Image.

3James & Ann Housden, 1851 census, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, HO107/1753/619/12, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "Newtown, Biggleswade.
James Housden head age 30 ag lab born Biggleswade.
Ann Housden wife age 29 born Biggleswade.
Martha Housden daughter age 7 born Biggleswade.
George Housden son age 5 born Biggleswade.
James Housden son age 4 born Biggleswade.
William Housden son age 1 born Biggleswade." Image.

4James & Ann Housden, 1861 census, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, RG9/996/145/6, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "Newtown, Biggleswade.
James Housden head age 40 labourer born Biggleswade.
Ann Housden wife age 36 plaiter born Biggleswade.
James Housden son age 16 labourer born Biggleswade.
William Housden son age 12 scholar born Biggleswade.
Caroline Housden daughter age 10 scholar born Biggleswade.
Nancy Housden daughter age 8 scholar born Biggleswade.
Rose Housden daughter age 6 scholar born Biggleswade.
Rueben Housden son age 2 months born Biggleswade." Image.

5James & Ann Housden, 1871 census p6, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, RG10/1551/7/6, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Potten Road, Biggleswade.
James Housden head age 44 gardener's labourer born Biggleswade.
Ann Housden wife age 43 straw platter born Biggleswade.
William Housden son age 20 gardener's labourer born Biggleswade.
Rose Housden daughter age 14 straw plaiter born Biggleswade.
Reuben Housden son age 11 born Biggleswade.
(continued on page 7)." Image.

6James & Ann Housden, 1871 census p7, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, RG10/1551/8/7, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Potten Road, Biggleswade.
(continued from page 6).
Emma Housden daughter aged 8 straw plaiter born Biggleswade (Nancy?).
Charles Housden son age 6 born Biggleswade.
Frank Housden son age 4 born Biggleswade." Image.


85. Ann LANGLEY

1James & Elizabeth Langley, 1841 census, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, HO107/2/7/4/11, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Road Farm, Biggleswade.
James Langley age 45 ag lab born Bedfordshire.
Elizabeth Langley age 45 born Bedfordshire.
Mary Langley age 20 born Bedfordshire.
Ann Langley age 20 born Bedfordshire.
John Langley age 15 born Bedfordshire.
Leticia Langley age 15 born Bedfordshire.
Martha Langley age 15 born Bedfordshire.
Jane Langley age 13 born Bedfordshire.
Betty Langley age 11 born Bedfordshire.
Eliza Langley age 9 born Bedfordshire.
Thomas Langley age 6 born Bedfordshire." Image.

2James & Ann Housden, 1851 census, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, HO107/1753/619/12, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "Newtown, Biggleswade.
James Housden head age 30 ag lab born Biggleswade.
Ann Housden wife age 29 born Biggleswade.
Martha Housden daughter age 7 born Biggleswade.
George Housden son age 5 born Biggleswade.
James Housden son age 4 born Biggleswade.
William Housden son age 1 born Biggleswade." Image.

3James & Ann Housden, 1861 census, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, RG9/996/145/6, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "Newtown, Biggleswade.
James Housden head age 40 labourer born Biggleswade.
Ann Housden wife age 36 plaiter born Biggleswade.
James Housden son age 16 labourer born Biggleswade.
William Housden son age 12 scholar born Biggleswade.
Caroline Housden daughter age 10 scholar born Biggleswade.
Nancy Housden daughter age 8 scholar born Biggleswade.
Rose Housden daughter age 6 scholar born Biggleswade.
Rueben Housden son age 2 months born Biggleswade." Image.

4James & Ann Housden, 1871 census p6, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, RG10/1551/7/6, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Potten Road, Biggleswade.
James Housden head age 44 gardener's labourer born Biggleswade.
Ann Housden wife age 43 straw platter born Biggleswade.
William Housden son age 20 gardener's labourer born Biggleswade.
Rose Housden daughter age 14 straw plaiter born Biggleswade.
Reuben Housden son age 11 born Biggleswade.
(continued on page 7)." Image.


42. Martha HOUSDEN

1James & Ann Housden, 1851 census, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, HO107/1753/619/12, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "Newtown, Biggleswade.
James Housden head age 30 ag lab born Biggleswade.
Ann Housden wife age 29 born Biggleswade.
Martha Housden daughter age 7 born Biggleswade.
George Housden son age 5 born Biggleswade.
James Housden son age 4 born Biggleswade.
William Housden son age 1 born Biggleswade." Image.


42. James HOUSDEN

1James & Ann Housden, 1851 census, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, HO107/1753/619/12, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "Newtown, Biggleswade.
James Housden head age 30 ag lab born Biggleswade.
Ann Housden wife age 29 born Biggleswade.
Martha Housden daughter age 7 born Biggleswade.
George Housden son age 5 born Biggleswade.
James Housden son age 4 born Biggleswade.
William Housden son age 1 born Biggleswade." Image.


42. William HOUSDEN

1James & Ann Housden, 1851 census, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, HO107/1753/619/12, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "Newtown, Biggleswade.
James Housden head age 30 ag lab born Biggleswade.
Ann Housden wife age 29 born Biggleswade.
Martha Housden daughter age 7 born Biggleswade.
George Housden son age 5 born Biggleswade.
James Housden son age 4 born Biggleswade.
William Housden son age 1 born Biggleswade." Image.

2James & Ann Housden, 1871 census p6, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, RG10/1551/7/6, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Potten Road, Biggleswade.
James Housden head age 44 gardener's labourer born Biggleswade.
Ann Housden wife age 43 straw platter born Biggleswade.
William Housden son age 20 gardener's labourer born Biggleswade.
Rose Housden daughter age 14 straw plaiter born Biggleswade.
Reuben Housden son age 11 born Biggleswade.
(continued on page 7)." Image.


42. Rosa HOUSDEN

1James & Ann Housden, 1871 census p6, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, RG10/1551/7/6, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Potten Road, Biggleswade.
James Housden head age 44 gardener's labourer born Biggleswade.
Ann Housden wife age 43 straw platter born Biggleswade.
William Housden son age 20 gardener's labourer born Biggleswade.
Rose Housden daughter age 14 straw plaiter born Biggleswade.
Reuben Housden son age 11 born Biggleswade.
(continued on page 7)." Image.


42. Rueben HOUSDEN

1James & Ann Housden, 1871 census p6, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, RG10/1551/7/6, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Potten Road, Biggleswade.
James Housden head age 44 gardener's labourer born Biggleswade.
Ann Housden wife age 43 straw platter born Biggleswade.
William Housden son age 20 gardener's labourer born Biggleswade.
Rose Housden daughter age 14 straw plaiter born Biggleswade.
Reuben Housden son age 11 born Biggleswade.
(continued on page 7)." Image.


42. Emma HOUSDEN

1James & Ann Housden, 1871 census p7, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, RG10/1551/8/7, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Potten Road, Biggleswade.
(continued from page 6).
Emma Housden daughter aged 8 straw plaiter born Biggleswade (Nancy?).
Charles Housden son age 6 born Biggleswade.
Frank Housden son age 4 born Biggleswade." Image.


42. Charles HOUSDEN

1James & Ann Housden, 1871 census p7, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, RG10/1551/8/7, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Potten Road, Biggleswade.
(continued from page 6).
Emma Housden daughter aged 8 straw plaiter born Biggleswade (Nancy?).
Charles Housden son age 6 born Biggleswade.
Frank Housden son age 4 born Biggleswade." Image.


42. Frank HOUSDEN

1James & Ann Housden, 1871 census p7, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, RG10/1551/8/7, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Potten Road, Biggleswade.
(continued from page 6).
Emma Housden daughter aged 8 straw plaiter born Biggleswade (Nancy?).
Charles Housden son age 6 born Biggleswade.
Frank Housden son age 4 born Biggleswade." Image.


87. Fanny BRITTIAN

1Fanny & Thomas Brittain, 1837, Potton, Bedfordshire, Baptism Register, 27 Feb 1837, Bedford Record Office, microfiche. "
St Mary's Church, Potton, 27th February 1837.
Fanny daughter of Thomas & Sarah Brittain of Potton, gardener.
James son of Thomas & Sarah Brittain of Potton, gardener."
It looks as though, Fanny, Thomas & Samuel (on next page) were all baptised on the same day.Image.

2Thomas & Sarah Brittian, 1841 census, Potten, Bedfordshire, HO107/2/23/18/31 & HO107/2/2319/32, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Biggleswade End, Potten.
Thomas Brittian age 35 gardener born Bedfordshire.
Sarah Brittian age 35  born Bedfordshire.
William Brittian age 15 ag lab born Bedfordshire.
Ann Brittian age 13 born Bedfordshire.
Fanny Brittian age 10 born Bedfordshire.
James Brittian age 7 born Bedfordshire.
Samuel Brittian age 5 born Bedfordshire.
George Brittian age 2 born Bedfordshire." Image.

3Thomas & Sarah Brittian, 1851 census, Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire, HO107/1758/21/7, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Heath 13 Cottage, Gamlingay.
Thomas Britton head age 45 ag lab born Potton, Bedfordshire.
Sarah Britton wife age 45 born Potton.
Frances Britton daughter age 20 plaiter born Potton.
James Britton son age 18 ag lab born Potton.
Samuel Britton son age 16 ag lab born Potton.
George Britton son age 14 ag lab born Potton.
Isab Britton daughter age 9 plaiter born Potton.
John Britton son age 6 at home born Biggleswade.
Benjamin Britton son age 4 at home born Gamlingay.
Sarah Britton niece age 2 months born Gamlingay."
Indexed as "Button" on ancestry.co.uk. Image.

4Thomas Brittian & family, 1861 census, Gamblingay, Cambridgeshire, RG9/1016/154/29, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Thomas Brittian head, widower age 58 ag lab born Potten, Bedfordshire.
Fanny Brittian daughter, unmarried age 26 born Potten.
Sarah Brittian grand daughter age 10 born Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire.
Esther Brittian grand daughter age 5 born Gamlingay.
Isabella Brittian grand daughter age 2 born Gamlingay.
John Brittian son age 16 ag lab born Biggleswade, Bedfordshire.
Benjamin Brittian son age 14 ag lab born Gamlingay.
John Divine viisitor age 30 ag lab born Morden, Cambridgeshire." Image.


88. Edwin BOWKER

1Edwin Bowker 1822 St Mary Battersea to John & Elizabeth Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
1822 St Mary Battersea
April 28th born March 21st No 963
Edwin to John & Elizabeth Bowker of Battersea, Tailor.". Image.

2Edwin Bowker 1901 Wandsworth age 79  Death GRO, 1901/Dec/Wandsworth/1d/365. "aged 79.".

3Edwin Bowker & Ann Purkiss 1858 Marylebone Marriage Certificate, 1858/Sep/Marylebone/1a/892. "
No 26 Trinity Church Marylebone 10 July 1858
Edwin Bowker, Warder of Charlton Street & Ann Purkiss of Trinity District
Fathers: John Bowker, Gentmn & Richard Purkiss, Bailiff
Witnesses: Edward Speller & Mary Wheldon Purkiss.". Image.

4John & Elizabeth Bowker, 1841 Census Battersea, Surrey (ancestry.co.uk), HO107/1053/5/34/10, 6 Jun 1841, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
Manor Lane, Clapham.
John Bowker age 50 Cowkeeper born Surrrey.
Elizabeth Bowker age 45 born Surrey.
Edwin age 15, Jane age 15, Elizabeth age 15.
David age 10, Alfred age 5, Thomas age 5, all born Surrey." Image.

5John & Elizabeth Bowker, 1851 Census Clapham, Surrey, HO107/1576/515/6, 30 Mar 1851, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
Manor Farm Dairy, Battersea
John Bowker Head age 61 Cowkeeper born Battersea
Elizh Bowker Wife age 59
Edwin Bowker son age 29 born Battersea?
Jane S Bowker daughter age 26
David Bowker son age 21 Bricklayer Journeyman
Alfred son age 17 Sea App
Thomas son age 15 Cow Keepers son." Image.

6Edwin & Ann Bowker, 1861 Census Lydford Tavistock, Devon, RG9/1458/82/24, 7 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "Lidford, Tavistock
Edwin Bowker head age 38 Warder born Clapham Surrey
Ann Bowker wife age 33 born Dunmow Essex
Edwin Bowker son age 9mths born Princetown Devon."
Edwin is shown as a Tramcar Washer on his son Thomas' Marriage Certificate. Image.

7Edwin & Ann Bowker, 1871 Census Islington, London, RG10/299/71/6, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
17 Devonshire Place.
Edwin Bowker Head age 49 Master Carman born Battersea.
Ann Bowker Wife age 43 born Dunmow Essex.
Edwin son age 10 scholar born Dartmoor Devon.
Henry son age 6 scholar born Holloway, Middx." Image.

8Edwin & Louisa Bowker, 1881 Census, Islington, London, RG11/278/26/8, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Edwin Bowker Junr Head age 20 Labourer born Devon
Louisa Bowker Wife age 17
Edwin Bowker Head age 60 Labourer born Surrey
Ann Bowker Wife age 56 born Essex
Henry Bowker son age 16 Labourer born Middx." Image.

9Edwin & Carrie Bowker, 1891 Census Battersea, Surrey, RG12/436/30/15, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
71 Usk Road, Battersea
Edwin Bowker head age 69 Carman born Battersea
Carrie Bowker wife age 63 born Dunmow, Essex
Charlotte Chatton sister age 59 born Dunmow
Charles Chatton bro-in-law age 63 born Chelsea." Image.

10Coat 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.


89. Ann PURKISS

1Edwin & Ann Bowker, 1861 Census Lydford Tavistock, Devon, RG9/1458/82/24, 7 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "Lidford, Tavistock
Edwin Bowker head age 38 Warder born Clapham Surrey
Ann Bowker wife age 33 born Dunmow Essex
Edwin Bowker son age 9mths born Princetown Devon."
Edwin is shown as a Tramcar Washer on his son Thomas' Marriage Certificate. Image.

2Edwin & Ann Bowker, 1871 Census Islington, London, RG10/299/71/6, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
17 Devonshire Place.
Edwin Bowker Head age 49 Master Carman born Battersea.
Ann Bowker Wife age 43 born Dunmow Essex.
Edwin son age 10 scholar born Dartmoor Devon.
Henry son age 6 scholar born Holloway, Middx." Image.

3Edwin & Louisa Bowker, 1881 Census, Islington, London, RG11/278/26/8, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Edwin Bowker Junr Head age 20 Labourer born Devon
Louisa Bowker Wife age 17
Edwin Bowker Head age 60 Labourer born Surrey
Ann Bowker Wife age 56 born Essex
Henry Bowker son age 16 Labourer born Middx." Image.

4Edwin & Carrie Bowker, 1891 Census Battersea, Surrey, RG12/436/30/15, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
71 Usk Road, Battersea
Edwin Bowker head age 69 Carman born Battersea
Carrie Bowker wife age 63 born Dunmow, Essex
Charlotte Chatton sister age 59 born Dunmow
Charles Chatton bro-in-law age 63 born Chelsea." Image.


44. Henry BOWKER

1Henry Bowker 1864 Islington Birth GRO, 1864/Jun/Islington/1b/241.

2Henry Bowker, 1865, Clapham, Surrey, Baptism Register, Page 80, entry 635, 30 Jul 1865, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England. "
St James' Church, Clapham, 30th July 1865.
Henry of Edwin & Ann Bowker of Grove Road, Holloway, a carman." Image.

3Edwin & Ann Bowker, 1871 Census Islington, London, RG10/299/71/6, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
17 Devonshire Place.
Edwin Bowker Head age 49 Master Carman born Battersea.
Ann Bowker Wife age 43 born Dunmow Essex.
Edwin son age 10 scholar born Dartmoor Devon.
Henry son age 6 scholar born Holloway, Middx." Image.

4Edwin & Louisa Bowker, 1881 Census, Islington, London, RG11/278/26/8, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Edwin Bowker Junr Head age 20 Labourer born Devon
Louisa Bowker Wife age 17
Edwin Bowker Head age 60 Labourer born Surrey
Ann Bowker Wife age 56 born Essex
Henry Bowker son age 16 Labourer born Middx." Image.


44. Sarah Ellen BOWKER

1Sarah Ellen Bowker 1871 Islington Birth GRO, 1871/Dec/Islington/1b/372.


44. George BOWKER

1George Bowker 1876 Islington Birth GRO, 1876/Mar/Islington/1b/375.


90. William Sturland (Stirling) WATERS

1William Sturland Waters 1893 Islington Death GRO, 1893/Dec/Islington/1b/162. "Age 65 = b1828.".

2William Sturland Waters & Mary Ramage, 1847, Westminster, London, Marriage Register, 3 Apr 1847, Westminster Archives, microfilm & GRO 1847/Jun/Westminster St Margaret/1/451. "
St John the Evangelist, Smitth Square, 3rd April 1847.
William Sturland Waters, minor, bachelor, attorney's clerk of 27 New Peter Street son of Thomas Waters, labourer & Mary Ramage, minor, spinster of 36 Orchard Street daughter of Robert Ramage, sailor.
Witnesses, Alexander Bailey (x) & Ann Bailey." Image.

3Thomas & Hester Waters, 1841 Census, Westminster, London, HO107/737/8/15/24, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
27 New Peter Street
Thomas Waters age 50 Labourer born not Middlesex
Hester Waters age 40 Glove M born not Middx
Wm Waters age 14 born Middlesex
Rich'd Water age 10 born Middlesex." Image.

4William & Mary Waters, 1851 census, Westminster, London, HO107/1479/628/24, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
65 Regent St
William S Waters head age 24 Solicitors Clerk born St John Westminster
Mary Waters wife age 23 born Newcastle
Hester A Waters age 5 born Westminster
Mary E Waters age 1 month born Westminster
Hester Waters mother, widow, age 54 born St Mary Redcliffe Bristol." Image.

5William & Mary Waters, 1861 census, Westminster, London, RG9/47/111/17, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "24 Vine Street, St John's Westminster.
Wm Stirling Waters head age 33 Lawyers Clerk born N.H.
Mary Waters wife age 30 born Newcastle on tyne.
Esther Ann Waters age 12 born St Margarets, Westminster.
Mary Elizabeth Waters age 10 born St John, Westminster.
Fanny Jane Waters age 5 born St John, Westminster.
Alice Ellen Waters age 3 born St John, Westminster.
Wm Alex Waters age 1 born St Margarets, Westminster." Image.

6William & Mary Waters, 1871 census, Lambeth, Surrey, RG10/605/76/53, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
26 Union St, Lambeth
William S Waters head age 44 Solicitors Clerk born Westminster
Mary Waters wife age 43 born Newcastle on Tyne
Alice H Waters age 13 scholar born Westminster
William A Waters age 11 scholar born Westminster
Louisa Waters age 7 scholar born Battersea
Thomas J Waters age 5 born Lambeth
Frederick Waters age 3 born Lambeth." Image.


91. Mary RAMAGE

1William & Mary Waters, 1851 census, Westminster, London, HO107/1479/628/24, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
65 Regent St
William S Waters head age 24 Solicitors Clerk born St John Westminster
Mary Waters wife age 23 born Newcastle
Hester A Waters age 5 born Westminster
Mary E Waters age 1 month born Westminster
Hester Waters mother, widow, age 54 born St Mary Redcliffe Bristol." Image.

2William & Mary Waters, 1861 census, Westminster, London, RG9/47/111/17, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "24 Vine Street, St John's Westminster.
Wm Stirling Waters head age 33 Lawyers Clerk born N.H.
Mary Waters wife age 30 born Newcastle on tyne.
Esther Ann Waters age 12 born St Margarets, Westminster.
Mary Elizabeth Waters age 10 born St John, Westminster.
Fanny Jane Waters age 5 born St John, Westminster.
Alice Ellen Waters age 3 born St John, Westminster.
Wm Alex Waters age 1 born St Margarets, Westminster." Image.

3William & Mary Waters, 1871 census, Lambeth, Surrey, RG10/605/76/53, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
26 Union St, Lambeth
William S Waters head age 44 Solicitors Clerk born Westminster
Mary Waters wife age 43 born Newcastle on Tyne
Alice H Waters age 13 scholar born Westminster
William A Waters age 11 scholar born Westminster
Louisa Waters age 7 scholar born Battersea
Thomas J Waters age 5 born Lambeth
Frederick Waters age 3 born Lambeth." Image.


45. Hester Ann WATERS

1William & Mary Waters, 1851 census, Westminster, London, HO107/1479/628/24, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
65 Regent St
William S Waters head age 24 Solicitors Clerk born St John Westminster
Mary Waters wife age 23 born Newcastle
Hester A Waters age 5 born Westminster
Mary E Waters age 1 month born Westminster
Hester Waters mother, widow, age 54 born St Mary Redcliffe Bristol." Image.

2William & Mary Waters, 1861 census, Westminster, London, RG9/47/111/17, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "24 Vine Street, St John's Westminster.
Wm Stirling Waters head age 33 Lawyers Clerk born N.H.
Mary Waters wife age 30 born Newcastle on tyne.
Esther Ann Waters age 12 born St Margarets, Westminster.
Mary Elizabeth Waters age 10 born St John, Westminster.
Fanny Jane Waters age 5 born St John, Westminster.
Alice Ellen Waters age 3 born St John, Westminster.
Wm Alex Waters age 1 born St Margarets, Westminster." Image.


45. Mary Elizabeth WATERS

1William & Mary Waters, 1851 census, Westminster, London, HO107/1479/628/24, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
65 Regent St
William S Waters head age 24 Solicitors Clerk born St John Westminster
Mary Waters wife age 23 born Newcastle
Hester A Waters age 5 born Westminster
Mary E Waters age 1 month born Westminster
Hester Waters mother, widow, age 54 born St Mary Redcliffe Bristol." Image.

2William & Mary Waters, 1861 census, Westminster, London, RG9/47/111/17, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "24 Vine Street, St John's Westminster.
Wm Stirling Waters head age 33 Lawyers Clerk born N.H.
Mary Waters wife age 30 born Newcastle on tyne.
Esther Ann Waters age 12 born St Margarets, Westminster.
Mary Elizabeth Waters age 10 born St John, Westminster.
Fanny Jane Waters age 5 born St John, Westminster.
Alice Ellen Waters age 3 born St John, Westminster.
Wm Alex Waters age 1 born St Margarets, Westminster." Image.


45. Fanny Jane WATERS

1William & Mary Waters, 1861 census, Westminster, London, RG9/47/111/17, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "24 Vine Street, St John's Westminster.
Wm Stirling Waters head age 33 Lawyers Clerk born N.H.
Mary Waters wife age 30 born Newcastle on tyne.
Esther Ann Waters age 12 born St Margarets, Westminster.
Mary Elizabeth Waters age 10 born St John, Westminster.
Fanny Jane Waters age 5 born St John, Westminster.
Alice Ellen Waters age 3 born St John, Westminster.
Wm Alex Waters age 1 born St Margarets, Westminster." Image.

2Fanny Waters & husband Charles DeGrussa (Steven DeGrussa 2006 her grandson). "about 1920.". Image.


45. Alice Helen WATERS

1William & Mary Waters, 1861 census, Westminster, London, RG9/47/111/17, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "24 Vine Street, St John's Westminster.
Wm Stirling Waters head age 33 Lawyers Clerk born N.H.
Mary Waters wife age 30 born Newcastle on tyne.
Esther Ann Waters age 12 born St Margarets, Westminster.
Mary Elizabeth Waters age 10 born St John, Westminster.
Fanny Jane Waters age 5 born St John, Westminster.
Alice Ellen Waters age 3 born St John, Westminster.
Wm Alex Waters age 1 born St Margarets, Westminster." Image.

2William & Mary Waters, 1871 census, Lambeth, Surrey, RG10/605/76/53, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
26 Union St, Lambeth
William S Waters head age 44 Solicitors Clerk born Westminster
Mary Waters wife age 43 born Newcastle on Tyne
Alice H Waters age 13 scholar born Westminster
William A Waters age 11 scholar born Westminster
Louisa Waters age 7 scholar born Battersea
Thomas J Waters age 5 born Lambeth
Frederick Waters age 3 born Lambeth." Image.


45. William Alexander WATERS

1William & Mary Waters, 1861 census, Westminster, London, RG9/47/111/17, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "24 Vine Street, St John's Westminster.
Wm Stirling Waters head age 33 Lawyers Clerk born N.H.
Mary Waters wife age 30 born Newcastle on tyne.
Esther Ann Waters age 12 born St Margarets, Westminster.
Mary Elizabeth Waters age 10 born St John, Westminster.
Fanny Jane Waters age 5 born St John, Westminster.
Alice Ellen Waters age 3 born St John, Westminster.
Wm Alex Waters age 1 born St Margarets, Westminster." Image.

2William & Mary Waters, 1871 census, Lambeth, Surrey, RG10/605/76/53, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
26 Union St, Lambeth
William S Waters head age 44 Solicitors Clerk born Westminster
Mary Waters wife age 43 born Newcastle on Tyne
Alice H Waters age 13 scholar born Westminster
William A Waters age 11 scholar born Westminster
Louisa Waters age 7 scholar born Battersea
Thomas J Waters age 5 born Lambeth
Frederick Waters age 3 born Lambeth." Image.


45. Thomas John WATERS

1William & Mary Waters, 1871 census, Lambeth, Surrey, RG10/605/76/53, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
26 Union St, Lambeth
William S Waters head age 44 Solicitors Clerk born Westminster
Mary Waters wife age 43 born Newcastle on Tyne
Alice H Waters age 13 scholar born Westminster
William A Waters age 11 scholar born Westminster
Louisa Waters age 7 scholar born Battersea
Thomas J Waters age 5 born Lambeth
Frederick Waters age 3 born Lambeth." Image.


45. Frederick WATERS

1William & Mary Waters, 1871 census, Lambeth, Surrey, RG10/605/76/53, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
26 Union St, Lambeth
William S Waters head age 44 Solicitors Clerk born Westminster
Mary Waters wife age 43 born Newcastle on Tyne
Alice H Waters age 13 scholar born Westminster
William A Waters age 11 scholar born Westminster
Louisa Waters age 7 scholar born Battersea
Thomas J Waters age 5 born Lambeth
Frederick Waters age 3 born Lambeth." Image.


92. Robert HAYWARD

1Robert & Ann Hayward, 1861 Census Islington, London, RG9/151/106/37, 7 Apr 1871, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
4 Bowman Place
Robert Hayward head age 41 Mason? born Suffolk? Middleson
Ann Hayward wife age 37 Ironer born Oldleigh Essex
John Hayward son age 5 born Islington
Eliza Hayward daughter age 1 born Islington." Image.


93. Ann HAYWARD?

1Robert & Ann Hayward, 1861 Census Islington, London, RG9/151/106/37, 7 Apr 1871, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
4 Bowman Place
Robert Hayward head age 41 Mason? born Suffolk? Middleson
Ann Hayward wife age 37 Ironer born Oldleigh Essex
John Hayward son age 5 born Islington
Eliza Hayward daughter age 1 born Islington." Image.


46. Eliza HAYWARD

1Robert & Ann Hayward, 1861 Census Islington, London, RG9/151/106/37, 7 Apr 1871, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
4 Bowman Place
Robert Hayward head age 41 Mason? born Suffolk? Middleson
Ann Hayward wife age 37 Ironer born Oldleigh Essex
John Hayward son age 5 born Islington
Eliza Hayward daughter age 1 born Islington." Image.


94. William George WILSON

1William George Wilson, 1838, St Pancras, London, Baptism Register, Page 62, entry 1790, 21 Oct 1838, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Pancras Church, 17 July 1838.
William to George & Ann Wilson of Maiden Lane (no occupation shown)." Image.

2William Wilson & Sarah Butler, 1859, Bethnal Green, London, Marriage Register, 19 Sep 1859, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England. "
St Philip's Church, Bethnal Green, 19th September 1859.
William Wilson age 22, bachelor, general dealer of 29 James Street son of George Wilson, general dealer & Sarah Butler, age 21, spinster of 4 James Street, daughter of John Butler, general dealer.
Witnesses, William Allport (x) & Caroline Allport." Image.

3George & Ann Wilson, 1841 census, St Pancras, London, 6 Jun 1841, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, HO107/685/19/4/2. "
Phillips's Buildings, St Pancras.
George Wilson, age 20 , general dealer born Middlesex.
Ann Wilson, age 20, born Middlesex.
William Wilson, age 3, born Middlesex." Image.

4William & Sarah Wilson, 1861 census, Islington, London, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England, RG9/131/44/29. "
2 Albion Cotts, Almina Road, Islington.
William Wilson, head, age 25, costermonger, born NK.
Sarah Wilson, wife, age 23, born NK.
Sarah A Wilson, daughter, age 2, born Middlesex.
Elizabeth Butler, sister, age 15, unmarried, born NK.
Elizabeth Wilson, daughter, age 1 month, born Middlesex."
(Almina Road is part of Stroud Vale and according to the baptism entry, Elizabeth appears to have been renamed and baptised as Emily Amelia). Image.

5William & Emily Wilson, 1871 census, Islington, London, RG10/305/79/25, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Bowman Place East, Seven Sisters Road.
William Wilson head age 32 General Dealer born St Pancras
Emily Wilson wife age 28 Ironer born Brentwood, Essex
Emily Wilson daughter age 10 born Islington
William Wilson son age 8 born Islington." Image.

6William & Maria Wilson, 1881 census, Islington, London, RG11/257/108/26, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Bowman Place, Islington.
William Wilson head age 41 green grocer born St Pancras, London.
Maria Wilson wife age 39 born St Pancras.
William Wilson son age 17 assistant born Islington.
George Dunslon servant age 19 servant born Holborn.
John Hoxtor servant age 16 servant born Islington." Image.

7John & Emily Hayword, 1911 census, Islington, London (findmypast.com), RG14PN816 RG78PN28 RD10 SD2 ED17 SN269, 2 Apr 1911, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
35 Mitford Road, Islington, 5 rooms.
John Heyword head age 50 road sweeper born Islington.
Enely Heyword wife age 45, married 25 years, 5 children all living born Islington.
William Wilson lodger age 72 old age pensioner born Islington (Emily's father).
Luis Hambury wife age 44 widow married, 6 children, 3 living, 3 deceased, Ironer born Islington."
indexed as Heyword on findmypast.com. Image.


95. Emily Sarah BUTLER

1William & Sarah Wilson, 1861 census, Islington, London, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England, RG9/131/44/29. "
2 Albion Cotts, Almina Road, Islington.
William Wilson, head, age 25, costermonger, born NK.
Sarah Wilson, wife, age 23, born NK.
Sarah A Wilson, daughter, age 2, born Middlesex.
Elizabeth Butler, sister, age 15, unmarried, born NK.
Elizabeth Wilson, daughter, age 1 month, born Middlesex."
(Almina Road is part of Stroud Vale and according to the baptism entry, Elizabeth appears to have been renamed and baptised as Emily Amelia). Image.

2William & Emily Wilson, 1871 census, Islington, London, RG10/305/79/25, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Bowman Place East, Seven Sisters Road.
William Wilson head age 32 General Dealer born St Pancras
Emily Wilson wife age 28 Ironer born Brentwood, Essex
Emily Wilson daughter age 10 born Islington
William Wilson son age 8 born Islington." Image.


47. Sarah A WILSON

1William & Sarah Wilson, 1861 census, Islington, London, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England, RG9/131/44/29. "
2 Albion Cotts, Almina Road, Islington.
William Wilson, head, age 25, costermonger, born NK.
Sarah Wilson, wife, age 23, born NK.
Sarah A Wilson, daughter, age 2, born Middlesex.
Elizabeth Butler, sister, age 15, unmarried, born NK.
Elizabeth Wilson, daughter, age 1 month, born Middlesex."
(Almina Road is part of Stroud Vale and according to the baptism entry, Elizabeth appears to have been renamed and baptised as Emily Amelia). Image.


47. William WILSON

1William Wilson, 1863, Islington, London, Baptism Register, Page 401, entry 3201, 24 May 1863, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Mary's Church, Islington, born 15th May 1863, baptised 24th May 1863.
William son to William & Sarah Wilson of Clapton Street, general dealer."

2William & Emily Wilson, 1871 census, Islington, London, RG10/305/79/25, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Bowman Place East, Seven Sisters Road.
William Wilson head age 32 General Dealer born St Pancras
Emily Wilson wife age 28 Ironer born Brentwood, Essex
Emily Wilson daughter age 10 born Islington
William Wilson son age 8 born Islington." Image.

3William & Maria Wilson, 1881 census, Islington, London, RG11/257/108/26, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Bowman Place, Islington.
William Wilson head age 41 green grocer born St Pancras, London.
Maria Wilson wife age 39 born St Pancras.
William Wilson son age 17 assistant born Islington.
George Dunslon servant age 19 servant born Holborn.
John Hoxtor servant age 16 servant born Islington." Image.


96. Samuel PEGRUM

1Samuel Pegrum 1779 Nazeing Baptism SOG, SOG ES/R175. "
Samuel Pegrum Aug 2 1779 All Saint's Nazeing to Abraham & Susannah Pegrum.".

2Samuel Pegrum 1842 Epping Death Certificate, 1842/Dec/Epping/12/74. "
No 113, 14th November 1842 at Greensleeves, Nazeing
Samuel Pegrum, male age 63 Farmer
Cause: Mortification of the limbs
Informant: Ann Nottage present at death.". Image.

3Samuel Pegrum & Elizabeth Mumford 1805 Nazeing Marriage SOG, SOG ES/R175. "Samuel Pegrum bachelor & Elizabeth Mumford spinster, 24 Jan 1805 Nazeing.
Witnessess: James Pegrum & Ann Mumford.".

4Samuel Pegrum & family, 1841 Census, Nazing, Essex (ancestry.co.uk), HO107/341/4/21/12, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Nazing Green.
Samuel Pegrum age 60 Farmer born Essex.
Joseph Pegrum age 20 born Essex.
Ruth Pegrum age 20 born Essex.
Susannah Pegrum age 20 born Essex." Image.


48. Caleb PEGRUM

1Caleb Pegrum 1808 Nazeing to Samuel & Elizabeth Baptism SOG, Society of Genealogists, Charterhouse Court, Clerkenwell, London, transcript  ES/R175. "
All Saint's, Nazeing, Caleb Pegrum 13 Jun 1808 to Samuel & Elizabeth.".

2Caleb Pegrum 1837 Nazeing, Essex, Burial SOG TS, ES/R175. "
Caleb Pegrum 18 Jun 1837 All Saint's Nasing.".


48. James PEGRUM

1James Pegrum 1814 Nazeing to Samuel & Elizabeth Baptism SOG, SOG ES/R175. "
All Saint's, Nazeing, James Pegrum 1 Jan 1814 son of Sam. & Eliz of Nazeing, Farmer.".

2James & Hannah Pegrum, 1851 Census Nazing, Essex, HO107/1770/360/12, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Perry Hill Farm, Nazing
James Pegrum head age 37 Farmer born Nazing
Hannah Pegrum wife age 36 born Waltham Abbey." Image.

3James & Hannah Pegrum, 1861 Census Nazing, Essex, RG9/1064/136/7, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Perry Hill Farm, Nazing, Essex
James Pegrum head age 47 Farmer born Nazing
Hannah Pegrum wife age 46 born Waltham Abbey." Image.

4James & Hannah Pegrum, 1871 Census Nazing, Essex, RG10/1640/148/7, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Perry Hill Farm, Perry Hill Lane, Nazeing, Essex
James Pegrum Head age 57 Farmer born Nazeing
Hannah Pegrum Wife age 56 Farmers Wife born Nazeing." Image.

5James & Hannah Pegrum, 1881 Census Nazeing, Essex, RG11/1737/?/2, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Perry Hill, Nazeing
James Pegrum Head age 67 Farmer born Nazeing
Hannah Pegrum Wife age 66 born Waltham Cross Herts." Image.


48. Hannah PEGRUM

1Hannah Pegrum 1811 Nazeing to Samuel & Elizabeth Baptism SOG, SOG ES/R175. "
Hannah Pegrum 13 Oct 1811, All Saint's Nasing to Samuel & Elizabeth.".

2William & Hannah Welch, 1841 census, Nazing, Essex (ancestry.co.uk), H0107/341/4/16/2, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Middle Street, Nazing.
William Welch age 30 Shoe Maker born Essex.
Hannah Welch age 25 born Essex.
John Welch age 2 born Essex." Image.


48. Joseph PEGRUM

1Joseph Pegrum 1817 Nazeing to Samuel & Elizabeth Baptism, Society of Genealogists, Charterhouse Court, Clerkenwell, London, transcript ES/R175. "
Joseph Pegrum 26 Jan 1817 All Saint's Nasing to Samuel &  Eliz. of Nasing, Farmer.".

2Samuel Pegrum & family, 1841 Census, Nazing, Essex (ancestry.co.uk), HO107/341/4/21/12, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Nazing Green.
Samuel Pegrum age 60 Farmer born Essex.
Joseph Pegrum age 20 born Essex.
Ruth Pegrum age 20 born Essex.
Susannah Pegrum age 20 born Essex." Image.

3Joseph & Lydia Pegrum, 1851 Census Nazing, Essex, HO107/1770/350/13, 30 Mar 1851, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
Green Leaves Farm Nazing
Joseph Pegrum head age 32 Farmer born Nazing
Lydia Pegrum wife age 29 born Nazing." Image.

4Joseph & Elizabeth Pegrum, 1861 Census Nazing, Essex, RG9/1064/137/9, 7 Apr 1861, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
Green Leaves Farm
Joseph Pegrum head age 44 Farmer born Nazing
Elizabeth Pegrum wife age 35 born Nazing
Benjamin Pegrum son age 9
Joseph Pegrum son age 5 born Nazing
Mary Pegrum daughter age 3 born Nazing
Martha Pegrum daughter age 2 born Nazing." Image.


48. Ruth PEGRUM

1Pegrum Ancestral File provided by Stuart Baston and Elizabeth Pegrum 2004, Pegrum Family Tree xls.

2Ruth Pegrum 1819 Nazeing to Samuel & Elizabeth Baptism SOG, SOG ES/R175. "
Ruth Pegrum 10 Jan 1819 All Saint's, Nazeing to Samuel & Elizabeth of Nasing, Farmer.".

3Samuel Pegrum & family, 1841 Census, Nazing, Essex (ancestry.co.uk), HO107/341/4/21/12, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Nazing Green.
Samuel Pegrum age 60 Farmer born Essex.
Joseph Pegrum age 20 born Essex.
Ruth Pegrum age 20 born Essex.
Susannah Pegrum age 20 born Essex." Image.


48. Susannah PEGRUM

1Susannah Pegrum 1821 Nazeing to Samuel & Elizabeth Baptism SOG, SOG ES/R175. "
Susannah Pegrum 1 Jul 1821 daughter of Samuel & Elizabeth of Nazing, Farmer, also
Susannah Pegrum 22 Jul 1821 daughter of Samuel & Elizabeth of Nazing, Farmer.
(my guess is 1 Jul 1821 is her birth date.).".

2Samuel Pegrum & family, 1841 Census, Nazing, Essex (ancestry.co.uk), HO107/341/4/21/12, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Nazing Green.
Samuel Pegrum age 60 Farmer born Essex.
Joseph Pegrum age 20 born Essex.
Ruth Pegrum age 20 born Essex.
Susannah Pegrum age 20 born Essex." Image.


 
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