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

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128. John Joseph BASTON

1John Joseph Baston, Shoreditch, London, Baptism Register, 26 Dec 1802, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Leonards Church, Shoreditch
John Joseph son of Francis & Ann Baston of Tabernacle Walk, born June 24th 1802, baptised 25th December 1802." Image.

2John Baston & Mary Ann Browne 1827 Christ Church Blackfriars Road Marriage Register, No 77. "
Christ Church, Blackfriars Road.
John Baston of this Parish, Bachelor and Mary Anne Browne Spinster of this Parish were married in this Church by Banns this 24th June 1827.
In the presence of, Francis Baston and Mary Cole
(Register water and fire damaged)."
Note 1: 1841 Census shows Frederick age 10 living with Mary Cole (witness at parents marriage) as his mother Mary died in 1832.  Mary Cole was née Baston and John Joseph's sister.
Note 2:  The witness Francis Baston, was his brother, as his father had died in 1813.
. Image.

3St Leonards Church Shoreditch 1827. "
The Church where John Joseph Baston was baptised in 1802.". Image.

4St Leonards Church Shoreditch (Photo 2008), CAH image DSCF7747. "
The Church where John Joseph Baston was baptised in 1802.". Image.

5London Bridge 1815 (Old postcard). "
John Joseph must have crossed this bridge when the family moved from Whitechapel to Southwark.". Image.

6Lambeth, London, riverside c1880 (Old postcard). "
This is what housing was like along the banks of the River Thames, London in the 1880's.". Image.

7Christ Church, Blackfriars Road, Southwark (©2007 Carol Harmond). "
Where John Joseph Baston & Mary Brown were married in 1827.  This picture is of the old Church before it was destroyed by bombing 1941 during WW2."
   The first church on this site was built in 1670, paid for by a legacy from John Marshall, a local businessman, on land given by William Angell, the Lord of the Manor of Paris Gardens. The church, serving the rapidly increasing population on the south side of the Thames, sank into the Lambeth Marsh and had to be demolished. The second church, constructed on piles, survived for 200 years until bombed in 1941. The current building was erected in 1959, paid for and owned by the Marshall's Charity. The Trustees generously support the maintenance of the building and the cost of some of the ministry based here. Image.

8Christ Church, Southwark, where the spire fell in 1941 (©2007 Carol Harmond). "The stone cross in the ground marks where the burning cross of the spire scorched the grass after it fell.". "
On 17th April 1941 Christchurch was set on fire by enemy action and the Church cross fell in flames on this spot.
These stones mark where the grass was scorched by the falling cross." Source Image. Citation Image.

91837 Whitechapel High Street, London. "
The area where John Joseph Baston lived after he was married in 1827.  Mary Ann (1829) and Frederick William (1831) were born in this area.". Image.

10Coat 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.


129. Mary Ann BROWNE

1Mary Ann Browne 1804 St Leonards Church Shoreditch Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm X094/035. "
St Leonards Church, Shoreditch.
Mary Ann daughter of Samuel & Elisabeth Browne of Leonard Street.
Born September 22nd, Baptised 21st October 1804.". Image.

2Mary Ann Baston 1832 Christ Church Spitalfields, London, Burial Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm X024/013. "
No 438 1832 Christ Church, Spitalfields.
Mary Ann Baston of Heneage Street.
Burial March 11 age 27 yrs."
   There was a cholera epidemic in 1832 in East London and this was possibly the cause of Mary's death.
  Drainage in East London was very poor, as indeed it was over the whole of London.  The Commissioners of Sewers, set up by Henry VIII, collected a rate and were meant to maintain the sewers in their area. However, many of the sewers were open ditches and those which did run underground had not always been properly surveyed so that the course became blocked up. The worst drain was the 'Black Ditch', an open sewer running from the parish of Christ Church Spitalfields and emptying into Limehouse Dock. The Tower Hamlets Commissioners of Sewers had made an attempt to drain it by diverting the flow, but this had made the stream stagnant and more offensive. The Act for the Prevention of the Cholera Morbus came into force in February 1832 and allowed boards to perform some compulsory cleansing of houses for the first time, but was passed too late to have much effect on the epidemic already in progress.
  Water was supplied to London by private companies, the New River Company and the East London Water Company serving respectively the inland and riverside parts of East London. The East London Water Company took its water directly from the River Lea north of Bow, and despite having recently replaced the wooden mains piping, the mortality from cholera was very high in the area it served. Only about a third of houses were supplied directly, most people relying on pumps in the street.. Image.


64. Mary Ann BASTON

1Mary Ann Baston 1828, Christ Church Spitalfields Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
P177 Christ Church Spitalfields, No 1413 Aug 10 1828
Mary Ann Daughter of John Joseph and Mary Ann Baston of Tilly St.
Trade: Painter, Ceremony: J P Bean.". Image.


130. Henry ATKINSON

1Henry Atkinson 1883 Marylebone Death GRO, 1887/Jun/Marylebone/1a/360. "aged 82, born about 1805.".

2Henry Atkinson & Jane Seares 1833 Cripplegate, London, Marriage Register, Guildhall Library, London, Guildhall, London, England, Ms 6421/6. "
St Gile's Cripplegate, London.
Henry Atkinson of this Parish bachelor & Jane Seares of this Parish spinster were married in this Church by Banns 4th August 1833.
Witnesses: Henry John Seeds & Gar(shi_t)des Tyler. (Difficult to read).". 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.

4Henry & Jane Atkinson 1851 Census Marylebone, London, HO107/1490/391/19, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
74 Lisson Grove Nth, Marylebone.
Henry Atkinson head age 45 Draper's Assistant born Cumberl?, Hutton.
Jane Atkinson wife age 35  born Middlesex, St James.
Henry Atkinson son age 7? born Marylebone." Image.

5Henry Atkinson, 1861 Census visitor Wyersdale, Lancashire, RG9/234/20/34, 7 Apr 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
22 Cowper Street, Shoreditch
Henry Atkinson boarder M'd age 55 Draper's Assistant born Penrith." Image.

6Henry & son Henry Atkinson, 1871 Census Shoreditch, London, RG10/443/98/13, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
9 Whitfield Street, Shoreditch
Henry Atkinson lodger widow age 65 Draper's Assistant born Penrith, Cumberland
Henry Atkinson visitor unm age 21 out of employ born Marylebone." Image.

7Henry & Caroline Atkinson, 1881 Census Marylebone, London, RG11/137/97/1, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
44 Bolsover Street, Marylebone
Henry Atkinson head age 76 Shopman Drapers born Penrith
Caroline Atkinson wife age 54 born Witney, Oxford." Image.


131. Jane SEARES

1Jane Seares 1814 Clerkenwell, London, Baptism Register, 4 Sep 2006, No 1087. "
St James' Church, Clerkenwell.
Jane to William & Jane Seares of St John's Lane, Clerkenwell a Porter.". "The road where Jane Seares was born as shown on her baptismal record." Source Image. Citation Image.

2Jane Atkinson (nee Seares) 1867 St Luke's Death Certificate, 1867/Mar/St Luke/1b/551. "
No 51 St Luke's, 15 Jan 1867, 2 Tabernacle Row
Jane Atkinson age 53 wife of Henry Atkinson a drapers assistant
Cause: Internal abscess debility 2 years
Informant: Rebecca Riden (Atkinson crossed through) present at death of 2 Tabernacle Row, City Road, 22 Jan 1867.". Image.

3St 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.". "Where Jane Seares was Baptised in 1814." Source Image. Citation Image.

4St James' Church, Clerkenwell, London in 2006 (taken 2006), Jane Seares, 16 Oct 1814. "
Where Jane in 1816 & possibly Mary Ann Seares in 1832 were baptised.". Image.

5St Giles Church, Cripplegate, London about 1830. "
Where Jane Sears married Henry Atkinson in 1833
  St. Giles’ is one of the few remaining medieval churches in the City of London and is at the heart of the Barbican development. It is said that there has been a church on this spot for a thousand years. We know nothing about the early Saxon church, which was probably a little chantry or chapel made of wattle and daub. In 1090 a Norman church stood on this site, built by Alfune who afterwards assisted Rahere in building the neighbouring church of St Bartholomew the Great. Sometime during the Middle Ages, the Church was dedicated to St. Giles, the patron saint of beggars and cripples.
  The word "Cripplegate" has nothing to do with cripples, although no doubt there would have been plenty of cripples by the Cripplegate, wanting alms from travellers as they entered and left the City. The word comes from the Anglo-Saxon "cruplegate" which means a covered way or tunnel which ran from the town gate of Cripplegate to the Barbican, a fortified watchtower on the City wall.". Image.

6Mary 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.

7Henry & Jane Atkinson 1851 Census Marylebone, London, HO107/1490/391/19, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
74 Lisson Grove Nth, Marylebone.
Henry Atkinson head age 45 Draper's Assistant born Cumberl?, Hutton.
Jane Atkinson wife age 35  born Middlesex, St James.
Henry Atkinson son age 7? born Marylebone." Image.

8Jane Atkinson, 1861 Census Shoreditch, London, RG9/238/21/5, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
East Road, Walbrook Road, Shoredtich
Jane Atkinson lodger, married, age 46, Dressmaker born Clerkenwell." Image.


65. Henry ATKINSON

1Henry George Atkinson 1842 Marylebone Birth GRO, GRO, 1842/Mar/Marylebone/1/200 or 1846/Mar/Marylebone/1/179.

2Henry & Jane Atkinson 1851 Census Marylebone, London, HO107/1490/391/19, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
74 Lisson Grove Nth, Marylebone.
Henry Atkinson head age 45 Draper's Assistant born Cumberl?, Hutton.
Jane Atkinson wife age 35  born Middlesex, St James.
Henry Atkinson son age 7? born Marylebone." Image.

3Henry Atkinson, 1861 census, Marylebone, London, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England, RG9/76/42/19. "
53 Baker Street.
William & Elizabeth Taylor, outfitter employing 8 assistants.
Henry Atkinson, assistant, unmarried, age 18, porter born Marylebone." Image.

4W G Taylor, Outfitters, 1863, Marylebone, London, advertisements, www.sensationpress.com. "
Marriage Outfits.
W G Taylor, 53 Baker Street, London.
(Henry Atkinson is shown working here in the 1861 census).". Image.


132. Jacob NOBLE

1Jacob Nobles, 1830, St Botolph, Bishopsgate, Burial Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm & SOG MX/R356. "
St Botolph, Bishopsgate, No 2048, 27 January 1830 Jacob Nobles age 57 of 11 Montague Court, Bishopsgate.". Image.


133. Mary GIBBS?

1Mary Noble 1873 Bethnal Green age 102 Death Certificate, 1873/Dec/Bethnal Green/1c/236. "
No 446 Bethnal Green, 17 Nov 1873 (13X) 12 South Street
Mary Noble age 102 years widow of Jacob Noble a tailor
Cause: Old age & apoplexy 2 days
Informant: Sarah Dean Present at death of 12 South Street 21 Nov 1873."
Sarah Dean was formerly Sarah Noble, her grand daughter (daughter of her son John) who married James Dean in 1852. Image.

2Mary 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.

3Mary Noble, widow 1851 Census Bishopsgate, London, HO107/1584/556/32, 30 Mar 1951, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
19 Skinner Street St Botolph Without, Bishopsgate.
Mary Noble lodger, widow age 79 Parish Relief born Monmouth." Image.

4Mary Nobles, 1861 Census Bishopsgate, London, RG9/212/8/16, 7 Apr 1861, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
Gingerbread Court, 3 Alms Rooms
Mary Noble, head, widow, age 92 Tailoress born St Mary's, Monmouthshire." Image.

5Mary Noble (Gibbs) 1871 Census Bishopsgate, London, RG10/415/25/44, 2 Apr 1871, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
2 Gingerbread Court, Dulwich Alms Houses.
Mary Gibbs (Noble?), head, age 101 Pensioner born Monmouth."
This is almost certainly Mary Noble and possibly using her maiden name.. Image.


66. Sarah NOBLE

1Mary 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.


66. John NOBLE

1Henry Noble's Bible - extra leaf (Found in Violet Winifred Hale's loft April 2010), Henry Noble's Bible, 18 Mar 1877. "
Sarah Noble the gift of her affectionate sister-in-law, Nov 23/-73.
Johan Noble who died the 18th March 1877. (inverted).
(John was Henry's uncle and was born 1800)." Image.

2John & Elizabeth Noble, 1841 census, Bishopsgate, London, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England, HO107/725/8/23/41. "Halfmoon Street, Bishopsgate.
John Noble, age 30, Ostler born Middlesex.
Elizabeth Noble, age 25, born Middlesex.
James Noble, age 11, born Middlesex,
John Noble, age 3, born Middlesex.
Charles Noble, age 10 months, born Middlesex." Image.

3John & Elizabeth Noble, 1851 census, Bishopsgate, London, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England, HO107/1524/461/70. "
3 Dunnings Place, Bishopsgate.
John Nobbs (sic) head, age 52, labourer born Bedfordshire (probably mistranscribed with the entry above his entry for Bishopsgate)
Elizabeth Nobbs, wife, age 37 born Shoreditch.
Alfred Nobbs, son, age 13 born Bishopsgate.
Charles Nobbs, son, age 11 born Bishopsgate.
George Nobbs, son, age 9 born Bishopsgate.
Agnes Nobbs, daughter, age 3 born Bishopsgate."
(Nobbs mistranscribed for Noble - all the names, date and places as does the address match perfectly for John & Elizabeth Noble). Image.

4John & Elizabeth Noble, 1871 census, Bishopsgate, London, page 15, National Archives, Kew, London, England, RG10/415/11/15. "
58 Half Moon Street, Bishopsgate.
Eliza Baker, head, widow, age 60, tailoress, born Hertford.
John Noble, head, age 68, groom (out of employ) born City of London.
Elizabeth Noble, wife age 55, silk winder, born Shoreditch.
E Gyeres, daughter, married, age 22, machinist, born City of London."
(John's sister, Sarah, married an Isaac Gynes in 1844).


134. Richard BIGGS

1Richard Biggs, 1853 Bethnal Green Death GRO, 1853/Mar/Bethnal Green/1c/251.

2Richard Biggs & Ann Lytham 1811 St Leonards Shoreditch Marriage Register, LDS M040802. "
No 516 St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch
Richard Biggs, bachelor & Ann Lytham spinster, 18 Oct 1811
Winesses: Thomas Lytham & ??? Lydia Biggs.". 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.


135. Ann LYTHAM

1Richard & 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.

2Richard & 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.


67. Lydia Elizabeth BIGGS

1Lydia Elizabeth Biggs, 1816, Shoreditch, Middlesex, Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Leonards, Shoreditch, born 26 Jan 1816, baptised 24 Mar 1816.
Eliza to Richard & Ann Biggs or Cotton's Gardens, Hackney Road, sawyer.". Image.


67. Richard William BIGGS

1Richard William Biggs, 1815, Shoreditch, Middlesex, Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, born 8 Apr 1815 baptised 14 May 1815.
Richard William son of Richard & Ann Biggs of Cottons Gardens, sawyer.". Image.

2Richard & 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.


67. Eliza BIGGS

1Eliza Biggs, 1816, Shoreditch, Middlesex, Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, born 26 Jan 1816 baptised 24 Mar 1816
Eliza daughter to Richard & Ann Biggs of Long Alley, packer.". Image.


67. Sarah BIGGS

1Sarah Ann Biggs, 1819, Shoreditch, Middlesex, Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
Sarah Ann Biggs, female
St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, born 22 Dec 1818, baptised 4 Apr 1819.
Sarah Ann daughter of Richard & Ann Biggs of Hackney Road, sawyer.". Image.

2Richard & 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.


67. William Henry BIGGS

1William Henry Biggs 1824, Shoreditch, Middlesex, Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Leonards Church, Shoreditch, born 25 Oct 1824 Christened 15 Nov 1824.
William Henry son of Richard & Ann Biggs of Hackney Road, sawyer.". Image.

2Richard & 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.

3Richard & 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.


136. Daniel Thomas EUSDEN

1Daniel Thomas Euesden 1818 St Luke's Old Street, Finsbury, Baptism Register. "
No. 1771 St Luke's Old Street, Finsbury, London
Daniel Thomas Euesden 27 Dec 1818  to William & Hannah Euesden of Whitecross Street, a Porter."
Probably Daniel's baptism as an adult. Image.

2Daniel Euesden, 1836, Shoreditch, Middlesex, Burial Register (ancestry.co.uk), Register page 146, entry 1157, 10 Jan 1836, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, 10th January 1836.
Daniel Euesden of Ann's Place aged 30 years." Image.

3Daniel Eusden & Elizabeth Baxter 1827 Shoreditch Marriage Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
No. 339 St Leonard's, Shoreditch 1827
Daniel Euesden bachelor & Ellizabeth Baxter spinster 3rd December 1827.
Witnesses: Thos Jones & Ann Lazarus her mark.". Image.


68. Daniel Thomas EUSDEN

1Daniel Thomas Euesden 1830 Shoreditch Baptism Register. "
No 1431 St Leonard's, Shoreditch
Daniel Thomas born 24 Dec 1829 Christened 17 Jan 1830 to Daniel & Elizabeth Euesden of Hoxton, a labourer.". Image.

2Daniel Thomas Eusden 1895 Islington Death GRO, 1895/Jun/Islington/1b/172. "aged 65.".

3Daniel Eusdon 1851 Census Finsbury, London, HO107/1518/110/72, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
3 Victoria Place, Finsbury
Daniel Eusdon lodger age 21 Labourer born Kingsland." Image.

4Joseph 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.

5Daniel & Mary Eusden, 1861 Census p53 Finsbury, London, RG9/131/115/53, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
16 Randalls Cotts, Finsbury
Daniel Euesden head age 31 Tile Moulder born Shoreditch
Mary A Euesden wife age 27 born Clerkenwell
Elizabeth Euesden daughter age 8 scholar born Islington
William Euesden son age 7 scholar born Islington
George A son age 6 scholar born Islington
Mary A daughter age 3 scholar born Islington
(cont on p54)." Image.

6Daniel & Mary Eusden, 1861 Census p54 Finsbury, London, RG9/131/115/53, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
cont from p53
16 Randalls Cotts, Finsbury
Eliza Euesden age 2 born Islington
Phillip S Euesden age 2 mths born Islington." Image.

7Daniel & Mary Eusden, 1871 Census Finsbury, London, RG10/264/?/4, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
16 Randalls Cotts, Finsbury
Daniel Euesden head age 41 Lab born London
Mary Euseden wife age 36
William age 17, George age 15
Mary Ann age 13, Eliza age 12
Phillip S age 10, Louisa age 9
Henry age 7, Emma age 3
Jane age 2, Daniel Thomas age 2 months." Image.

8Daniel Euesden widower & family, 1891 Census Islington, London, RG12/156/?/2, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
7 Bemerton Street.
Daniel Euesden head w age 61 Carpenter born Hackney.
Elizabeth Euesden daughter age 38 born Islington.
George son age 34 Gen Labourer born Islington.
Rosena daughter age 18 Card Cutter born Islington.
Frederick son age 14 Office Boy born Islington." Image.


68. Philip Henry EUSDEN

1Philip Henry Euesden 1834 Shoreditch Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
No 1443 St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch
Philip Henry born Jul 1834 christened 10 Aug 1834 to Daniel & Elizabeth Euesden of Hackney Road, a labourer.". Image.

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.


138. John WOODING

1John Wooding 1810 Turvey, Bedfordshire, Baptism Register, Bedford Record Office, microfilm. "
All Saint's Church, Turvey, 30 May 1810.
John son of Simon & Elizabeth Wooding.". Image.

2John Wooding 1859 Shoreditch Death GRO, 1859/Sep/Shoreditch/1c/128.

3John Wooding & Betsey Huntsmill, 1827, Southwark, Surrey, Marriage Register, Register page 47, entry 140, 4 Jun 1827, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England. "
St George the Martyr, Southwark, 4th June 1827.
John Wooding of this parish, bachelor & Betsey Hunstmill of this parish by Banns.
In the presence of Simon Wooding & Richard Huntsmill (x)." Image.

4John & 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.

5John & 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.

6John & Elizabeth Wooding, 1851 Census St George in the East, London, HO107/1547/427/43, 30 Mar 1851, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
120 Church Lane
John Wooding head age 32 Cordwainer born Whitechapel
Eliza Wooding wife age 28 born Whitechapel."
(Possibly John remarried or this is not the right one?). Image.


139. Elizabeth HUNTSMILL

1Elizabeth Huntsmill, 1809, Whitechapel, Middlesex, Baptism Register, 8 Oct 1809, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Mary's Church, Whitechapel, 8th October 1809.
Elizabeth daughter of Richard & Roseanna Huntsmill of the road side." Image.

2Elizabeth Wooding 1849 Shoreditch Death GRO, 1849/Dec/Shoreditch/2/328.

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.

5John & Elizabeth Wooding, 1851 Census St George in the East, London, HO107/1547/427/43, 30 Mar 1851, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
120 Church Lane
John Wooding head age 32 Cordwainer born Whitechapel
Eliza Wooding wife age 28 born Whitechapel."
(Possibly John remarried or this is not the right one?). Image.

6Joseph 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.


69. Maria WOODING

1Maria & James Wooding 1839 Shoredtich Workhouse, Baptism Register, Society of Genealogists, Charterhouse Court, Clerkenwell, London, microfilm. "
St Leonard's (Workhouse) Shoreditch.
Maria Wooding born 21st December 1829, baptised 12th April 1839 to John & Betsy.
James Wooding born 3rd September 1831 baptised 12th April 1839 to John & Betsy.". Image.

2John & 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.

3John & 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.


69. James WOODING

1James Wooding, 1833, Shoreditch, London, Baptism Register, Page 88, entry 702, 6 Mar 1833, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St John the Baptist, Hoxton, 6th March 1833.
James son of John & Elizabeth Wooding of Pool Street, stick maker."
James was also baptised 12th April 1839, St Leonards Workhouse Baptisms along with his siblings Maria & Mary.. Image.

2John & 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.

3John & 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.


69. Mary WOODING

1Mary Wooding 1839 Shoredtich Workhouse Baptism Register, Society of Genealogists, Charterhouse Court, Clerkenwell, London, microfilm. "
St Leonard's Workhouse, Shoreditch, born 18 June 1834 Christened 12 April 1839.
Mary of John & Betsy Wooding of the workhouse.". Image.

2John & 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.

3John & 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.


140. James Philip KNAGGS

1Philip James Knaggs 1800 St Leonard's Shoreditch to Jackson & Elizabeth, Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm X094/035. "
St Leonard's, Shoreditch 1800
Philip James son of Jackson & Elisabeth Knaggs of 3 Cup Alley. Born Sept 26th Baptised Dec 25.". Image.

2James Knaggs 1839 Islington Death Certificate, 1839/Sep/Islington/3/126. "
No.253 Islington, 28th July 1839 17 Popham Street.
James Knaggs age 39 Hearth Rug Weaver, cause Disease of the heart.
Informant: Eliza Anstiss? 14 Short Place.". Image.

3James Phillip Knaggs & Eliza Jemima Cade, 1826 Spitalfields Marriage Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
Christ Church Spitalfields. Page 171 No. 512
James Phillip Knaggs, widower & Eliza Jemima Cade spinster 23 Apr 1826.
(signs as Phillip Knaggs)
Witnesses: William Marshall & Robert Rock.". Image.


141. Eliza Jemima CADE

1Eliza 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.

2Eliza Knaggs, widow 1851 Census St Clement Danes, London, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
51 Clement Lane.
Eliza Knaggs widow age 44 Seamstress born Ireland.
Mary Knaggs mar age 54 Seamstress born Upton Devon." Image.


70. James (Naggs) KNAGGS

1James Knaggs, 1827, St Anne's Church, Westminster, London, Baptism  Register, Westminster Archives, microfilm Vol 5. "
St Anne's Church, Soho, born 16th March 1827, baptised 20th March 1867.
James of James & Eliza Naggs of the Workhouse, rug weaver.". Image.

2Eliza 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.


70. William John KNAGGS

1William John Knaggs 1829 Soho, Westminster, Baptism Register, Westminster Archives, St Anne Vol 5/p119. "
St Anne's Church, Soho, No 949, born 4th April 1829, baptised 3rd May 1829.
William John to James & Eliza Knaggs of St Anne's Court, rug weaver.". Image.

2William Knaggs 1869 Bethnal Green Death GRO, 1869/Dec/Bethnal Green/1c/213. "aged 40, born about 1829.".

3Eliza 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.

4William & Elizabeth Knaggs, 1861 census, Bethnal Green, London, RG9/258/140/40, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
2 London Street.
William Knaggs head age 32 Rug Maker born London.
Elizabeth Knaggs wife age 33 born London.
William Knaggs son age 6 born London." Image.


70. Joseph Jackson KNAGGS

1Joseph Jackson Knaggs, 1831, Soho, Westminster, Baptism Register, Westminster Archives, microfilm. "
No 1785 Joseph Jackson Knaggs born 18 May 1831 christened 19 June 1831 St Anne's Soho to James Phillip & Jemima Knaggs of St Anne's Court, a rug weaver.". Image.

2Joseph Jackson Knaggs 1889 Huddersfield Death GRO, 1889/Sep/Huddersfield/9a/242. "aged 58, born about 1831.".

3Eliza 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.


70. Charles Isaac KNAGGS

1Charles Isaac Knaggs, 1834, St Pancras, London, Baptism Register, Page 47, entry 643, 4 May 1834, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm X030/11 & LDS C047933. "
St Pancras Church, London 4th May 1834.
Charles Isaac to James & Jemima Knaggs of Seymour Row, a rug weaver, born 21st December 1833." Image.

2Charles Isaac Knaggs 1848 Islington Death GRO, 1848/Mar/Islington/3/205.

3Charles Isacc Knaggs, 1848, Islington, Middlesex, Burial Register, Page 77, entry 609, 16 Jan 1848, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Mary's Church, Islington, 16th January 1848.
Charles Isacc Knaggs of Elder Walk age 14." Image.

4Eliza 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.


70. George Jacob KNAGGS

1George Jacob Knaggs 1839 Birth Certificate, 1839/Mar/Islington/3/168. "
No 274 Islington, 13 January 1839, 17 Popham Street.
George Jacob to James Knaggs, hearth rug weaver & Eliza Knaggs formerly Cade.
Inf: Eliza Knaggs, mother 11 January 1839.". Image.


70. Charlotte Dinah KNAGGS

1Charlotte Dinah Knaggs, 1840, Islington, Middlesex, Baptism Register, Page 158 entry 1261, 1 Mar 1840, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Mary's Church, Islington, born 3rd February 1840, baptised 1st March 1840.
Charlotte Dinah daughter to James & Jemima Knaggs of Churchill Place, rug weaver." Image.

2Eliza 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.


142. Thomas GOODWIN

1Thomas Knaggs & Emma Rothwell, 1858, Shoreditch, London, Marriage Register, 1858, 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.. "
Father: Thomas Goodwin Rothwell." Image.

2Emma Goodwin (Rothwell) 1839, St Lukes, Clerkenwell, London, Susan Goodwin formerly Rothwell, mother, 1839, 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.

31841 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)."

4John & 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?.

5Thomas & Ann Goodwin, 1861 Census, Stepney, London, RG9/267/106/5, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
40 Spicer St.
Thomas Goodwin head age 45 Rug Weaver born Clerkenwell.
Ann Goodwin wife age 40 Silk Winder born Bethnal Green." Image.

6Thomas & Ann Goodwin, 1871 Census, Shoreditch, London, RG10/444/13/12, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
19 Cropley Street, Shoreditch.
Thomas Goodwin head age 56 Rug Weaver born Clerkenwell.
Ann Goodwin wife age 53 Silk Weaver born Spitalfields." Image.

7Thomas & Ann Goodwin, 1881 Census, Shoreditch, London, RG11/388/?/14, 3 Apr 1881. "
28 Wimbourne St.
Thomas Goodwin head age 68 Rug Weaver born Clerkenwell.
Ann Goodwin wife age 62 born Clerkenwell." Image.


143. Susan ROTHWELL

1Emma Goodwin (Rothwell) 1839, St Lukes, Clerkenwell, London, Susan Goodwin formerly Rothwell, mother, 1839, 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.

2Susan Rothwell, 1824, Holborn, London, Baptism Register, Page 48, entry 381, 7 Dec 1824, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Andrew's Church, Holborn, born 16th November 1824, baptised 7th December 1824.
Susan of William & Sarah Rothwell of Aylesbury Street, Clerkenwell, brush maker." Image.

3Susan Goodwin 1853 Shoreditch, London Burial Certificate, General Register Office, 1853/Jun/Shoreditch/1c/124 GRO. "
No 331 Hoxton New Town, Shoreditch, the month of June 1853, St Luke's Workhouse.
Susan Goodwin age 33 wife of - Goodwin, Rug Weaver.
Cause, Fever, Informant Elizabeth Malster (x), St Lukes Workhouse, 10 June 1853.
(9 Bell Alley, Goswell Street, London according to burial record.).". Image.

4Susan Goodwin 1853 London, Burial Register, Public Record Office, Kew, London, microfilm RG8/35-38. "
Golden Lane Burial Ground, City of London, 15th June 1853.
Susan Goodwin aged 33 of 9 Bell Alley,Goswell Street.
Buried Blk 4 lower at 4 o'clock at 5ft."
Golden Lane (Bunhill Burial Ground), burial records coverage: 1833 – 1853.
The site of Golden Lane (just off Old Street) in the Borough of Islington has been subject to a number of developments since it stopped accepting burials in 1853. It is presently being converted into an educational and sports facility.
. 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?. Image.


71. Thomas GOODWIN

1Emma, 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.

2John & 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?.


71. William [Rothwell] GOODWIN

1William Goodwin (Rothwell) 1844 Clerkenwell, London, Birth Certificate, 1844/Sep/St Luke/2/293 Goodwin. "
White Cross Street, St Luke No 172.
2nd July 1844 at 13 Bell Alley, William, boy to Thomas Goodwin, hearth rug weaver & Susan Goodwin formerly Rothwell.
Informant, Susan Goodwin, mother of 13 Bell Alley, 10th August 1844.". 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.

3Bell Alley & Hatfield Street, Clerkenwell, London, William Goodwin, 1844. "
Stanfords, 1862 Map of London.". "
Stanford's 1862 map showing the location of where William was born in 1844." Image.

4Thomas & Emma Knaggs, 1861 census, Finsbury, London, William Rothwell, 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
William Rothwell lodger age 16 born St Lukes."

5William & Alfred Rothwell, 1871 census, Shoreditch, London, RG10/444/9/12, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "44 Shaftesbury Street, Shoreditch.
William Rothwell, brother unm 25 wool weaver born St Luke's, Middlesex.
Alfred Rothwell, brother unm 19 wool weaver born St Luke's, Middlesex." Image.

6William & Alfred Rothwell, 1891 census, Hackney, London, RG12/207/163/23, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
60 Chapman Road, South Hackney.
William Rothwell head, single 46 Berlin Wool Washer born St Lukes, London.
Alfred Rothwell brother, single 37 Berlin Wool Washer born St Lukes." Image.

7William & Alfred Rothwell, 1901 census, Hackney, London, RG13/239/25/50, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
67 Chapman Road, Hackney.
William Rothwell head age 57 fringe maker born City.
Alfred Rothwell brother age 49 fringe maker born City." Image.


71. Richard GOODWIN

1Emma, 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.


71. Henry GOODWIN

1Henry Goodwin 1850 Finsbury, London, Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, m/film X027/026. "
St Thomas' Charterhouse, Finsbury, 11th August 1850.
Henry son to Thomas & Susan Goodwin of 22 Hatfield Street, weaver born 22nd July 1850.". Image.


71. Alfred [Rothwell] GOODWIN

1Alfred Goodwin 1852, St Luke's, Finsbury, London, Birth GRO, General Register Office, ref 1852/Sep/St Luke/1b/509.

2Alfred Goodwin 1852 Finsbury, London, Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, m/film X027/026 & LDS C042071. "
St Thomas' Charterhouse, Finsbury, 22nd September 1852.
Alfred son of Thomas & Susan Goodwin of 9 Bell Alley, weaver, born 13th August 1852.". Image.

3William & Alfred Rothwell, 1871 census, Shoreditch, London, RG10/444/9/12, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "44 Shaftesbury Street, Shoreditch.
William Rothwell, brother unm 25 wool weaver born St Luke's, Middlesex.
Alfred Rothwell, brother unm 19 wool weaver born St Luke's, Middlesex." Image.

4Thomas & 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.

5William & Alfred Rothwell, 1891 census, Hackney, London, RG12/207/163/23, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
60 Chapman Road, South Hackney.
William Rothwell head, single 46 Berlin Wool Washer born St Lukes, London.
Alfred Rothwell brother, single 37 Berlin Wool Washer born St Lukes." Image.

6William & Alfred Rothwell, 1901 census, Hackney, London, RG13/239/25/50, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
67 Chapman Road, Hackney.
William Rothwell head age 57 fringe maker born City.
Alfred Rothwell brother age 49 fringe maker born City." Image.


144. Robert MAY

1Robert May 1787 Chiddingstone, Kent Baptism Register. "
St Mary's Chiddingstone.
Robert son of Jonathan May by Sarah his wife was born the 2nd day of November 1787 & privately Baptised the 15th & publicly received the 25th of the same month.". Image.

2Chiddingstone, Kent, St Mary's Church Font (taken 2006), Robert May, 25 Nov 1787. "
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.". "
St Mary's Church, Chiddingstone, the Font where Robert May was Baptised 25 Nov 1787 "Robert to Jon & Sarah, St Mary's Chiddingston."." Image.

3Robert May 1855 Sevenoaks, Kent Death Certificate, 1855/Mar/Sevenoaks/2a/290. "
No 498 Penshurst, Sevenoaks, 14th February 1855 Heighfields Chiddingstone
Robert May age 66 years Journeyman Carpenter, Cause: Cancer of Stomach
Informant: Sarah Peerless present at death, registered 16th February 1855.". Image.

4Robert May 1787 - 1855, Chiddingstone, Kent, Grave Marker, © 2006 White Swan Video Services. "
Robert May whose remains are interred near this spot died 14 February 1855 age 67 years (taken 2006).". Image.

5Robert May (1788), Elizabeth May  (1801) 1855 Chiddingstone, Kent Burial, No 59 Chiddingstone Cemetery. "
Robert MAY whose remains are interred near this spot died 14 February 1855 aged 67 years. Also beneath this stone Elizabeth his wife died 13 April 1876 aged 75 years also Harriet Annie KING Granddaughter of the above died 4 December 1884 aged 5 years.". Image.

6Robert (1788 - 1855) & Elizabeth May (1801 - 1876) Burial Location, Plot 55 Chiddingstone Cemetery. "
Sketch Plan provided by the Kent Archaeology Society showing the location of the graves.". Image.

7Robert May & Ann Seale 1810 Chiddingstone Marriage Register, No225 1810 St Mary's Chiddingstone. "
Robert May, bachelor & Ann Seale, spinster by Banns 4th June 1810
Witnesses: Ann Holdanby & George Chapman.". Image.

8Hasted's 1778 Somerden Hundred Map. "HASTED'S MAP OF SOMERDEN HUNDRED
This map was published in 1778 in Vol 1 of his History of Kent, showing the Hundred of Somerden which includes the Parish of Chiddingstone.". Image.

9St Mary's Church, Chiddingstone 1808 (Old print). "
The Church where Robert May was baptised in 1787 and married Ann Seale in 1810.". Image.

10St Mary's Church, Chiddingstone, Kent (taken in 2006), 1810. "
St Mary's Church, Chiddingstone, Kent.
The Church where George May (1810) and Robert May (1787) were Baptised and Robert May married Ann Seale in 1810 and was buried in 1855 and Jonathan May buried in 1820.
The current Church dates from the 14th century and may be the third or fourth Church on the site, the west tower was added in the 15th century.  On July 17th 1624 the Church was struck by lightning and caught fire.  The damage was so extensive that it was not until 1629 that repairs were sufficiently completed for the Bishop to reconsecrate the church.". "St Mary's Church, Chiddingstone, Kent
The Church where Robert May was baptised in 1787 and married Ann Seale in 1810 and was buried in 1855." Image.

11Robert 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.

12Highfield House, Chiddingstone, Kent. "The house where Robert May is shown as living in the 1841 census.
In "Chiddingstone, An Historical Exploration" by Jill Newton the following paragraph is found.  ".... the other path led to Highfield House (otherwise known as the Dower House) mentioned in 1586"..". Image.

13Robert & Elizabeth May, 1851 Census Sevenoaks, Kent, HO107/1613/15/49, 30 Mar 1851, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
Chddingstone
Robert May head age 62
Elizabeth May wife age 50
Robert King son-in-law age 27 Gardener
Richard King ditto age 18
Edmund King ditto age 14
Fanny May daughter age 4 born Chiddingstone." Image.


145. Ann SEALE

1Ann Seal 1792 Chiddingstone, Kent Baptism Register, Centre for Kentish Studies, Maidstone, Kent, England. "
St Mary's Church, Chiddingstone.
Ann daughter of Robert Seal by Mary his wife was born this 21st December 1791 & Baptised 15 Jan 1792.". Image.

2Ann May age 40 St Mary's Chiddingstone Burial Register. "
Chiddingstone 1832, Ann May of Chiddingstone buried April 29 age 40." probably died during child birth as their last child, Henry was born about this time & christened 20 May 1842 in St Mary's Chiddingstone.. Image.


72. Thomas MAY

1Thomas May 1810 Chiddingstone Baptism Register, Centre for Kentish Studies, Maidstone, Kent, England, microfilm. "
St Mary's Chiddingstone.
Thomas son of Robert May by Ann his wife was born the 27th day of August 1810 and was baptized the 23rd day of September following.". Image.

2Thomas May 1902 Sevenoaks Death GRO, 1902/Jun/Sevenoaks/2a/447. "aged 91, born 1811.".

3Thomas & Ann May, 1841 Census, Sevenoaks, Kent, HO107/485/5/19/6, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Weald Liberty
Thomas May age 31 Carpenter born Kent.
Ann May age 26 born Kent.
George May age 7 born Kent.
Thomas May age 5 born Kent.
Eliza May age 3 born Kent.
William May age 18 born Kent." Image.

4Settlement Examinations from Sevenoaks, Thomas May widower 1842, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mrawson/settlement.html. "
  Settlement Examinations from Sevenoaks Petty Sessions records 1812-1850.
  The purpose of the examination was to establish which parish was liable to support the pauper. If a man served in a parish for 365 days he became a parishioner; if he only served for 364 days he did not!  
   25 Jan 1842 MAY, Thomas.  Occupation……, residing in Sevenoaks Weald.  Born Chiddingstone, married at Chiddingstone. Wife died 6 months ago. Children; George (8),  Thomas (6), Eliza (3). Parish of legal settlement; Fletching, Sussex. Age 32. Notes; son of Robert May of Chiddingstone, carpenter. (Robert was born in Chiddingstone).".

5Thomas & Harriet May, 1851 Census Sevenoaks, Kent, HO107/1613/269/9, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Bayley's Hill Cottages.
Thomas May head age 40 Carpenter born Chiddingstone.
Harriet May wife age 40 born Penshurst.
George May son age 16 ag lab born Sevenoaks.
Thomas May son age 14 ag lab born Sevenoaks.
Eliza May daughter age 12 scholar born Sevenoaks.
Susan May daughter age 9 scholar born Sevenoaks.
Ellen May daughter age 4 born Sevenoaks." Image.

6Thomas & Harriet May, 1861 Census, Sevenoaks, Kent, RG9/488/128/7, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
2 Bailey Hill.
Thomas May head age 50 Carpenter born Chiddingstone.
Harriet May wife age 50 born Penshurst.
Ellen May daughter age 14 born Sevenoaks." Image.

7Thomas & Mary May, 1871 Census, Sevenoaks, Kent, RG10/923/32/10, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Bailey Hill
Thomas May head age 60 Carpenter born Chiddingstone
Mary May wife age 56 born Linfield, Sussex." Image.

8Thomas May, 1881 census, Sevenoaks, Kent, RG11/908/89/3, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
3 Baileys Hill
George Rogers head age 42 born Buley? Hampshire
Eliza Rogers wife age 42 born Sevenoaks
Thomas May age 70 Carpenter born Chiddingstone." Image.

9Thomas May & Eliza Rogers, 1891 census, Sevenoaks, Kent, RG12/674/24/21, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Baileys Hill Cottage
Eliza Rogers head age 51  Charwoman born Sevenoaks
Thomas May father age 80 Carpenter born Chiddingstone." Image.

10Thomas May, 1901 census, Sundridge Workhouse, Kent, RG13/748/176/7, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Workhouse, Sundridge
Thomas May, pauper inmate, widower age 90 ret Carpenter born Chiddingstone." Image.


72. Eliza MAY

1Eliza May 1812 Chiddingstone Baptism Register, SOG Registers & CKS. "
St Mary's Chiddingstone.
Eliza daughter of Robert May by Ann his wife was born the 16th day of October 1812 & was baptized the 22nd day of November 1812.". Image.

2Eliz. May age 4 1817 Burial Register, SOG Registers. "Eliz. May age 4 13 Jul 1817.".


72. Robert MAY

1Robert May 1815 Chiddingstone Baptism Register. "
No 69 St Mary's Chiddingstone 19th Feby 1815
Robert to Robert & Ann May of Chiddingstone, Carpenter.". Image.

2Robert May 1829 Chiddingstone, Kent, Burial Register, SOG Registers. "
St Mary's Church, Chiddingstone.
Rob May age 14 2 April 1829.".


72. William MAY

1William & Elenor May 1822 Chiddingstone Baptism Register. "
St Mary's Chiddingstone 4th August 1822
No 377 William born 11th June 16 to Robert & Ann May of Chiddingstone, Carpenter
No 378 Elenor born 11th June to Robert & Ann May of Chiddingstone, Carpenter."
(birth date could be 1816 as there is a 16 after the 11th June). Image.

2Thomas & Ann May, 1841 Census, Sevenoaks, Kent, HO107/485/5/19/6, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Weald Liberty
Thomas May age 31 Carpenter born Kent.
Ann May age 26 born Kent.
George May age 7 born Kent.
Thomas May age 5 born Kent.
Eliza May age 3 born Kent.
William May age 18 born Kent." Image.

3William & Letty May, 1851 census, Sevenoaks, Kent, HO107/1613//11, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. ".". "
38 ?
William May head age 26 Ag Labourer born Chiddingstone
Letty May wife age 27 born Sevenoaks
Ann May daughter age 5 born Sevenoaks
William May son age 2 born Sevenoaks." Image.

4William & Letty May, 1861 census, Sevenoaks, Kent, RG9/488/127/6, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. ".". "
White House
William May head age 35 ag lab born Chiddingstone
Leticia May wife age 36 born Sevenoaks
Ann May daughter age 15 born Sevenoaks
William May son age 11 ag lab born Sevenoaks
Elizabeth May daughter age 9 born Sevenoaks
Alice May daughter age 6 born Sevenoaks
Charlotte May daughter age 2 born Sevenoaks." Image.


72. Richard MAY

1Richard May 1817 St Mary's Chiddingstone Baptism Register, Centre for Kentish Studies, Maidstone, Kent, England, microfilm. "
No158 St Mary's Chiddingstone, 27th July 1817
Richard to Robert & Ann May of Chiddingstone, Carpenter.". Image.

2Richard May 1886 Tonbridge Death GRO, 1886/Dec/Tonbridge/2a/367. "age 69 = born 1817.".

3Robert 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.

4Richard & Sarah May, 1851 Census Seal, Kent, HO107/1613/7/7, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Little Clusterriver?
Richard May head age 32 ag lab born Chiddingstone.
Sarah May wife age 28 born Lingfield.
Eliza May daughter age 8 scholar born Chiddingstone.
Sarah May daughter age 6 scholar born Chiddingstone.
Ellen May daughter age 3 born Seal." Image.

5Richard & Sarah May, 1861 Census Leigh Kent, RG9/490/185/19, 7 Apr 1861, Berkshire Family History Society, Reading, Berks, England. "
Brook Cottage.
Richard May head age 42 ag lab born Chiddingstone.
Sarah May wife age 37 born Lingfield.
Eliza daughter age 18 born Chiddingstone.
Elen daughter age 13 born Seal.
Richard son age 10 born Seal.
Henry son age 7 born Seal.
James son age 4 born Seal.
Thom Wm son age 1 born Seal." Image.

6Richard & Sarah May, 1871 Census Tonbridge, Kent, RG10/933/51/9, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Private House.
Richard May head age 53 ag lab born Chiddingstone
Sarah May wife age 50 born Lingfield
Henry May son age 17 ag lab born Seal.
James May son age 15 ag lab born Seal.
Walter May son age 5 born Tonbridge.
George May son age 3 born Tonbridge." Image.

7Richard & Sarah May, 1881 Census Tonbridge., Kent, RG11/920/47/4, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
The Plough
Richard May head age 63 Beer House Keeper, born Chiddingstone
Sarah May wife age 58 born Lingfield
James May son age 24 ag lab born Tonbridge
Walter May son age 16 ag lab
George May son age 13 ag lab
Harriet May granddaughter age 6 born Tonbridge." Image.


72. Mary MAY

1Mary May 1820 Chiddingstone Baptism Register, Centre for Kentish Studies, Maidstone, Kent, England. "No 276 St Mary's Chiddingstone, May 21st 1820
Mary born 11th April 1820 d of Robert & Ann May of Chiddingstone, Carpenter.". Image.

2Settlement Examinations from Sevenoaks, Mary May 1843, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mrawson/settlement.html. "
  Settlement Examinations from Sevenoaks Petty Sessions records 1812-1850.
  All examinations in which reference to one of the six parishes of Westerham, Brasted, Sundridge, Edenbridge, Hever and Chiddingstone is made are listed below.  
   The purpose of the examination was to establish which parish was liable to support the pauper. If a man served in a parish for 365 days he became a parishioner; if he only served for 364 days he did not!  
   Date Name Occupation Residing in.. Born in.. Spouse Children Parish of Legal Settlement Notes .
   25 Nov 1843 MAY, Mary …………… Workhouse Chiddingstone. unmarried (See 25 Jan 1842) Fletching, Sussex Age 23, inmate in Sevenoaks Union workhouse. Daughter of Robert May, carpenter.".


72. Elenor MAY

1William & Elenor May 1822 Chiddingstone Baptism Register. "
St Mary's Chiddingstone 4th August 1822
No 377 William born 11th June 16 to Robert & Ann May of Chiddingstone, Carpenter
No 378 Elenor born 11th June to Robert & Ann May of Chiddingstone, Carpenter."
(birth date could be 1816 as there is a 16 after the 11th June). Image.


72. Ann MAY

1Anne May 1825 Chiddingstone Baptism Register, Centre for Kentish Studies, Maidstone, Kent, England. "
No 505 St Mary Chiddingstone 24th April 1825
Anne born 19th Feb to Robert & Anne May of Chiddingstone, Carpenter.". Image.


72. John MAY

1John May 1827 Chiddingstone Baptism Register, Centre for Kentish Studies, Maidstone, Kent, England. "
No 595 St Mary's Chiddingstone 18th May 1827
John to Robert & Ann May of Chiddingstone, Carpenter.". Image.

2Robert 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.

3John & Sarah May, 1851 Census p3, Leigh, Kent, HO107/1613/768/3, 30 Mar 1851, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
John May lodger age 25 Ag Labourer born Chiddingstone.
(continued p5)." Image.

4John & Sarah May, 1861 Census Hever, Kent, RG9/490/101/3, 7 Apr 1861, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
Meach Land Cottage
John May head age 35 ag lab born Chiddingstone
Sarah May wife age 31 born Chiddingstone
James May son age 13 born Chiddingstone
Fanny May daughter age 9 born Leigh
Mary May daughter age 7 born Penshurst
Eliza May daughter age 5 born Penshurst
Emily May daughter age 3 born Penshurst
Sarah May daughter age 8 months born Penshurst." Image.

5John & Maria May, 1871 Census Chiddingstone, Kent, RG10/925/64/17, 2 Apr 1871, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
Bow Beech
John May head age 45 ag lab born Chiddingstone
Maria May wife age 41 born Chiddingstone.
Mary May daughter age 17 born Penshurst.
Eliza May daughter age 15 born Penshurst.
Emily May daughter age 13 born Penshurst.
Anne May daughter age 8 born Chiddingstone.
Harriot May daughter age 5 born Chiddingstone.
Nellie May daughter age 2 born Chiddingstone.
Henry Thomas May son age 2 months born Chiddingstone." Image.

6John & Anna May, 1881 Census p10 Chiddingstone, Kent, RG11/910/57/10, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Sharps Place
John May head age 54 ag lab born Chiddingstone
Anna S May wife age 40 born Chevening
Harriet May daughter age 14 born Chiddingstone
Ellen May daughter age 11 born Chiddingstone
Henry T May son age 10 born Chiddingstone
(cont p11)." Image.

7John & Anna May, 1881 Census p11 Chiddingstone, Kent, RG11/910/58/11, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
(cont from p10)
Sharps Place
Susan May daughter age 3 mnths born Chiddingstone." Image.

8John & Anna May, 1891 Census Chiddingstone, Kent, RG12/675/99/14, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Sharps Place Cottage
John May head age 63 ag lab born Chiddingstone
Anna May wife age 50 born Joy Hatch
Susan May daughter age 10 scholar born Chiddingstone
Alice May daughter age 4 born Chiddingstone." Image.

9John & Anna May, 1901 Census Chiddingstone, Kent, RG13/749/101/10, 31 Mar 1901, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Sharps Place
John May head age 73 ag lab born Chiddingstone
Anna May wife age 60 born Eghtham
Walter Seal son in law age 29 ag lab
Susan Seal wife age 20 born Chiddingstone
Alice May daughter age 14 born Chiddingstone." Image.


72. Henry MAY

1Henry May 1832 St Mary's Chiddingstone Baptism Register. "
No 2, St Mary's Chiddingstone, 27 May 1832
Henry to Robert & Ann May of Chiddingstone, Carpenter.". Image.

2Robert 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.


146. James CARTER

1James Carter 1800 Tonbridge, Kent Baptism Register, Centre for Kentish Studies, Maidstone, Kent, England, microfilm. "
James son of John & Mary Carter was born 26th and Christened 20 Jul 1800.". Image.

2James Carter 1852 Marden, Kent Death IGI, LDS 6940054. "James Carter born 1800, died 8 Sep 1852.".

3James Carter & Mary Shoebridge 1823 Leigh, Kent Marriage Register, IGI Batch M131552. "
Leigh, Kent
James Carter of this Parish & Mary Shoebridge of this Parish were Married in this Church by Banns 13 Dec 1823 by N May.
Witnesses: William Smithers, Charlotte Carter & Benjamin Baker.

Banns read: 19th October, 26th October, 2nd November 1823 Leigh, Kent (SOG).". Image.

4James & Mary Carter, 1841 Census p2, Chiddingstone, Kent (ancestry.co.uk), HO107/481/5/5/2, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Funks, Bromley.
James Carter age 40 Labourer.
Mary Carter age 40.
Harriet age 15.
James age 14.
(cont on p3)." Image.

5James & 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.

6James Carter & family, 1851 Census Sundridge, Kent, HO107/1613/?/?, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
41 Golus Common West, Sundridge
James Carter head widow age 50 ag lab born Tunbridge
William Tippen son-in-law 24 ag lab
Ann Tippen daughter  20 wife born Chiddingstone
John Carter son 14 ag lab
George son 12 Errand Boy
Susanna daughter 11
Fanny daughter 9." Image.


147. Mary SHOEBRIDGE

1Mary Shoebridge 1802 Leigh, Kent Baptism, Society of Genealogists, Charterhouse Court, Clerkenwell, London, index. "Jun 13 1802 Shoebridge, My d of Jas & Susannah.".

2James & Mary Carter, 1841 Census p2, Chiddingstone, Kent (ancestry.co.uk), HO107/481/5/5/2, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Funks, Bromley.
James Carter age 40 Labourer.
Mary Carter age 40.
Harriet age 15.
James age 14.
(cont on p3)." Image.


73. Harriet CARTER

1James & Mary Carter, 1841 Census p2, Chiddingstone, Kent (ancestry.co.uk), HO107/481/5/5/2, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Funks, Bromley.
James Carter age 40 Labourer.
Mary Carter age 40.
Harriet age 15.
James age 14.
(cont on p3)." Image.


73. James CARTER

1James & Mary Carter, 1841 Census p2, Chiddingstone, Kent (ancestry.co.uk), HO107/481/5/5/2, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Funks, Bromley.
James Carter age 40 Labourer.
Mary Carter age 40.
Harriet age 15.
James age 14.
(cont on p3)." Image.


73. Mary CARTER

1James & 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.


73. Ann CARTER

1James & 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.

2James Carter & family, 1851 Census Sundridge, Kent, HO107/1613/?/?, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
41 Golus Common West, Sundridge
James Carter head widow age 50 ag lab born Tunbridge
William Tippen son-in-law 24 ag lab
Ann Tippen daughter  20 wife born Chiddingstone
John Carter son 14 ag lab
George son 12 Errand Boy
Susanna daughter 11
Fanny daughter 9." Image.


73. Maria CARTER

1James & 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.


73. John CARTER

1James & 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.

2James Carter & family, 1851 Census Sundridge, Kent, HO107/1613/?/?, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
41 Golus Common West, Sundridge
James Carter head widow age 50 ag lab born Tunbridge
William Tippen son-in-law 24 ag lab
Ann Tippen daughter  20 wife born Chiddingstone
John Carter son 14 ag lab
George son 12 Errand Boy
Susanna daughter 11
Fanny daughter 9." Image.


73. George CARTER

1James & 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.

2James Carter & family, 1851 Census Sundridge, Kent, HO107/1613/?/?, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
41 Golus Common West, Sundridge
James Carter head widow age 50 ag lab born Tunbridge
William Tippen son-in-law 24 ag lab
Ann Tippen daughter  20 wife born Chiddingstone
John Carter son 14 ag lab
George son 12 Errand Boy
Susanna daughter 11
Fanny daughter 9." Image.


73. Susanna CARTER

1James & 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.

2James Carter & family, 1851 Census Sundridge, Kent, HO107/1613/?/?, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
41 Golus Common West, Sundridge
James Carter head widow age 50 ag lab born Tunbridge
William Tippen son-in-law 24 ag lab
Ann Tippen daughter  20 wife born Chiddingstone
John Carter son 14 ag lab
George son 12 Errand Boy
Susanna daughter 11
Fanny daughter 9." Image.


73. Fanny CARTER

1James Carter & family, 1851 Census Sundridge, Kent, HO107/1613/?/?, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
41 Golus Common West, Sundridge
James Carter head widow age 50 ag lab born Tunbridge
William Tippen son-in-law 24 ag lab
Ann Tippen daughter  20 wife born Chiddingstone
John Carter son 14 ag lab
George son 12 Errand Boy
Susanna daughter 11
Fanny daughter 9." Image.


148. Charles BRODIE

1Charles Brodie, 1808,  Holborn, London Baptism Register, Guildhall Library, London, Guildhall, London, England, microfilm MS 7221/2. "
St Sepulchre, Holborn, born 12 Dec 1807 Christened 19 Jun 1808.
Charles son to George & Hannah Matilda Brodie of Cow Cross.". Image.

2Charles Brodie 1871 Southwark age 63 Death GRO, 1871/Mar/St Saviour Southwark/1d/35. "Age 63 = born 1808.".

3Charles Brodie & Sarah Baker, Christ Church, Greyfriars, London, Marriage Register, Entry 243, 14 Jul 1828, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
Charles Brodie & Sarah Ann Baker 14 Jul 1828 Christ Church, Greyfriars Newgate, London.". "
Christ Church & St Leonards, Foster Lane, City of London, 14th July 1828.
Charles Brodie otp, bachelor & Sarah Ann Baker otp, spinster by Banns.
Witnesses, J Knight & Wm Wood." 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.

6Charles & Sarah Brodie, 1861 Census Southwark, RG9/327/81/19, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
6 Young's Bldgs, Whale Street, Southwark
Charles Brodie head age 53 Yeast Maker born St Luke
Sarah Brodie wife age 53 born Aldersgate
Nance Brodie daughter 13 born St George's Southwark." Image.


149. Sarah Ann BAKER

1Charles & 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."

2Charles & 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.

3Charles & Sarah Brodie, 1861 Census Southwark, RG9/327/81/19, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
6 Young's Bldgs, Whale Street, Southwark
Charles Brodie head age 53 Yeast Maker born St Luke
Sarah Brodie wife age 53 born Aldersgate
Nance Brodie daughter 13 born St George's Southwark." Image.

4Sarah Brodie, widow, 1871 Census Newington, Surrey, RG10/610/152/37, 2 Apr 1871, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
9 Cole Street.
Sarah Brodie, lodger, widow age 68 born Aldersgate." Image.


74. Sarah Ann BRODIE

1Charles & 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." Image.


74. Matilda 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 & 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."


74. George BRODIE

1Charles & 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."

2Charles & 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.


74. Charlotte BRODIE

1Charles & 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."

2Charles & 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.


74. Ann BRODIE

1Charles & 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.


74. Nance BRODIE

1Charles & Sarah Brodie, 1861 Census Southwark, RG9/327/81/19, 7 Apr 1861, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
6 Young's Bldgs, Whale Street, Southwark
Charles Brodie head age 53 Yeast Maker born St Luke
Sarah Brodie wife age 53 born Aldersgate
Nance Brodie daughter 13 born St George's Southwark." Image.


150. Lewis DEBRETT OR DE BRETT

1Lewis Debrett & Sarah Burr 1839 St Dunstan's Stepney Marriage Register, 1839/Jun/Stepney/2/419 & LDS M055765. "
No 169 26 May 1839 St Dunstan's Church, Stepney.
Lewis Debrett full age, bachelor, Mariner of 22 James Street & Sarah Burr full age, spinster of 22 James Street.
Fathers: Lewis Debrett, Blacksmith & William Burr.
Witnesses: Jane Potter & Ithiel Price.". Image.

2Louis & Sarah Debrett, 1841 Census Southwark (ancestry.co.uk), HO107/1083/1/35/15, 6 Jun 1841, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
William Street, Southwark.
Louis or Lewis Debrett age 30 Sailor born not Surrey.
Sarah Debrett age 25 born not Surrey." Image.

3Lewis & Sarah Debrett, 1851, Bromley, Stepney, London, HO107/155/330/25, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
8 Gray Street, Bromley St Leonard.
Lewis de Brett head, age 43, mariner trinity yacht, born Ireland, Jersey Native.
Sarah de Brett wife age 33 born St Mary Magdelene, Middlesex.
Mary Ann de Brett, daughter, age 9, scholar born St George East.
Lewis Walter de Brett, son, age 9 weeks, born Bromley." Image.


151. Sarah BURR

1Sarah Burr, 1814, City of London, Baptism Register, Page 2, entry 11, 1 Jul 1814, Guildhall Library, London, Guildhall, London, England, microfilm. "
St Mary Mouthaw, 1st July 1814.
Sarah to William & Jane Burr of Lambeth Hill, labourer." Image.

2Sarah Debrett 1856 Poplar Death GRO, 1856/Dec/Poplar/1c/420.

3Louis & Sarah Debrett, 1841 Census Southwark (ancestry.co.uk), HO107/1083/1/35/15, 6 Jun 1841, Public Record Office, Kew, London. "
William Street, Southwark.
Louis or Lewis Debrett age 30 Sailor born not Surrey.
Sarah Debrett age 25 born not Surrey." Image.


75. Fanny Elizabeth DEBRETT

1Fanny Elizabeth Debrett, St Saviour's Surrey Birth GRO, 1844/Dec/St Saviour/4/514.

2Fanny Debrett 1848 St Saviours, Surrey Death GRO, 1848/Jun/St Saviour/4/371.


75. Walter Lewis DEBRETT

1Walter Lewis Debrett 1850 Poplar Birth GRO, 1850/Sep/Poplar/2/328.

2Walter Debrett 1908 West Ham, London Death GRO, 1908/Dec/West Ham/4a/205. "age 58 = born 1850.".


75. Henry Frederick DEBRETT

1Henry Frederick Debrett 1855 Poplar Birth GRO, 1855/Sep/Poplar/1c/559.

2Charles & 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.

3Henry & Sarah De Brett, 1891 Census St Mary Cray, Kent, RG12/633/96/8, 5 Apr 1891, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
1 Birchwood Terrace.
Henry De Brett head age 36 Shoemaker born Poplar.
Sarah De Brett wife age 32 born Blackfriars.
Ethel De Brett daughter age 8 born Bexley.
Rose De Brett daughter age 4 born Sydenham." Image.


152. William FISHER

1William & 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.

2William & Elizabeth Fisher, 1851 census p6, Longcott, Berkshire, HO107/1687/88/6, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Baldwin House
William Fisher head age 56 Agricultural Labourer born Longcott
Elizabeth Fisher wife age 59 born Longcott
(cont p7)." Image.

3William & Elizabeth Fisher, 1851 census p7, Longcott, Berkshire, HO107/1687/88/7, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
(page 7, cont from p6)
Daniel Fisher son age 15 ag lab born Longcott
Jane Fisher daughter age 12 scholar Longcott." Image.


153. Elizabeth (Bowles?) BOUCHER

1William & 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.

2William & Elizabeth Fisher, 1851 census p6, Longcott, Berkshire, HO107/1687/88/6, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Baldwin House
William Fisher head age 56 Agricultural Labourer born Longcott
Elizabeth Fisher wife age 59 born Longcott
(cont p7)." Image.


76. Sarah FISHER

1William & 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.


76. Daniel FISHER

1William & 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.

2William & Elizabeth Fisher, 1851 census p7, Longcott, Berkshire, HO107/1687/88/7, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
(page 7, cont from p6)
Daniel Fisher son age 15 ag lab born Longcott
Jane Fisher daughter age 12 scholar Longcott." Image.


76. Jane FISHER

1William & 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.

2William & Elizabeth Fisher, 1851 census p7, Longcott, Berkshire, HO107/1687/88/7, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
(page 7, cont from p6)
Daniel Fisher son age 15 ag lab born Longcott
Jane Fisher daughter age 12 scholar Longcott." Image.


154. Henry BENDALL

1Henry Bendall, 1802, Berkeley, Gloucester, Baptism (www.scribes-alcove.co.uk), and LDS C016483 . "
Henry Bendall, 3 Feb 1802, Berkeley, Gloucester to John Bendall of Wick.". 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.

3Henry & Ann Bendall, 1851 Census Berkerly, Gloucestershire, HO107/1057/547/24, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
90 Crossways, Berkerly, Glos.
Henry Bendall head age 49 Mason born Glos. Parish of Wick
Ann Bendall wife age 50 born Glos.  Cam
Jane Bendall daughter age 14 born Berkerly
Hannah Bendall daughter age 12 born Crossways
Elizabeth Bendall grandaug age 2mnths born London." Image.


155. Mary Ann BYFORD

1Henry & 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.

2Henry & Ann Bendall, 1851 Census Berkerly, Gloucestershire, HO107/1057/547/24, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
90 Crossways, Berkerly, Glos.
Henry Bendall head age 49 Mason born Glos. Parish of Wick
Ann Bendall wife age 50 born Glos.  Cam
Jane Bendall daughter age 14 born Berkerly
Hannah Bendall daughter age 12 born Crossways
Elizabeth Bendall grandaug age 2mnths born London." Image.


77. John BENDALL

1John Bendall 1824 Berkerley, Gloucestershire to Henry & Mary, IGI, LDS C016485. "
John Bendall 7 January 1824 Berkeley, Gloucestershire to Henry & Mary Bendall.". 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.


77. Alfred BENDALL

1Alfred, John & Elizabeth Bendall, Berkeley,Gloucestershire, Baptism, IGI, LDS. "
To Henry & Mary Bendall
John Bendall 7 January 1824 Berkeley, Gloucester.
Alfred Bendall 5 December 1832 Berkeley, Gloucester.
Elizabeth Bendall 1 February 1835 Berkeley, Gloucester.". Image.


77. Elizabeth BENDALL

1Alfred, John & Elizabeth Bendall, Berkeley,Gloucestershire, Baptism, IGI, LDS. "
To Henry & Mary Bendall
John Bendall 7 January 1824 Berkeley, Gloucester.
Alfred Bendall 5 December 1832 Berkeley, Gloucester.
Elizabeth Bendall 1 February 1835 Berkeley, Gloucester.". Image.


77. Jane BENDALL

1Henry & 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.

2Henry & Ann Bendall, 1851 Census Berkerly, Gloucestershire, HO107/1057/547/24, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
90 Crossways, Berkerly, Glos.
Henry Bendall head age 49 Mason born Glos. Parish of Wick
Ann Bendall wife age 50 born Glos.  Cam
Jane Bendall daughter age 14 born Berkerly
Hannah Bendall daughter age 12 born Crossways
Elizabeth Bendall grandaug age 2mnths born London." Image.


77. Hannah BENDALL

1Henry & 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.

2Henry & Ann Bendall, 1851 Census Berkerly, Gloucestershire, HO107/1057/547/24, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
90 Crossways, Berkerly, Glos.
Henry Bendall head age 49 Mason born Glos. Parish of Wick
Ann Bendall wife age 50 born Glos.  Cam
Jane Bendall daughter age 14 born Berkerly
Hannah Bendall daughter age 12 born Crossways
Elizabeth Bendall grandaug age 2mnths born London." Image.


77. Thomas BENDALL

1Henry & Ann Bendall, 1841 Census Berkerly, Gloucestershire p5 (ancestry.co.uk), HO107/347/4/5/5, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Crossway Gage.
cont from p4.
Thomas Bendall age 1 born Gloucs." Image.


156. John JORDAN

1John Jordan & Elizabeth Pilgrim, 1793 Finchley, Marriage Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm X001/121. "
St Mary's Church, Finchley, 9th October 1793.
John Jordan (x) & Elizabeth Pilgrim (x), botp, by Banns.
Witnesses, Ann Jordan & T Werralls.". Image.


158. William BARNES

1William Barnes & Lydia Bartlett 1822 Poole Dorset Marriage Register, Society of Genealogists, Charterhouse Court, Clerkenwell, London, microfilm 3462. "
St James' Church, Poole, Dorset, 6th October 1822.
William Barnes otp, bachelor & Lydia Bartlett (x) otp, spinster  by Banns.
Witnesses, Robert Barns, Ann Barnes (x) & Robert Pope.". Image.

2William & Lydia Barnes, 1841 census  p20, Poole, Dorset, HO107/294/12/13/20, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Buddins Lane, Poole.
William Barnes age 55, coal porter.
Lydia Barnes age 35 born Dorset.
(cont on p21)." 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.


159. Lydia BARTLETT

1William, Lydia & John Bartlett, 1806 Poole, Dorset, Baptism Register transcript, 9 Apr 1806, Society of Genealogists, Charterhouse Court, Clerkenwell, London, microfilm 3461. "St James' Church, Poole, 9th April 1806.
William son to Elias & Lydia Bartlett, born 1st December 1798.
Lydia daughter to Elias & Lydia Barlett, born 23rd August 1800.
John son to Elias & Lydia Bartlett, born 23rd February 1802." Image.

2William & Lydia Barnes, 1841 census  p20, Poole, Dorset, HO107/294/12/13/20, 6 Jun 1841, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Buddins Lane, Poole.
William Barnes age 55, coal porter.
Lydia Barnes age 35 born Dorset.
(cont on p21)." 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.


79. Elias BARNES

1Elias Barnes 1824, Poole, Dorset, Baptism Register, Society of Genealogists, Charterhouse Court, Clerkenwell, London, microfilm. "
St James' Church, Poole, 23rd January 1824.
Elias son of William & Lydia Barnes of Poole, labourer.". Image.


79. Lydia Mullins BARNES

1Lydia Barnes 1826 Poole, Dorset Baptism Register, Society of Genealogists, Charterhouse Court, Clerkenwell, London, microfilm. "
St James' Church, Poole, 26th November 1826.
Lydia Mullins daughter of 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.


79. William Henry BARNES

1William Henry Barnes, 1833, Poole, Dorset, Baptism Register, Society of Genealogists, Charterhouse Court, Clerkenwell, London, microfilm. "
St James' Church, Poole, 3rd January 1833.
William Henry son of William & Lydia Barnes of Poole, labourer.". Image.


79. Joseph BARNES

1William & 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.


79. John BARNES

1John Barnes, 1837, Poole, Dorset, Baptism Register, Society of Genealogists, Charterhouse Court, Clerkenwell, London, microfilm. "
St James' Church, Poole, 13th January 1837.
John son of 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.


79. Maria BARNES

1William & 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.

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160. Samuel McQuin (or MacQueen) BISSETT

1Samuel McQuin Bissett 1880 Poplar Death GRO, 1880/Dec/Poplar/1c/471. "Aged 86, born about 1794."
24 November 1880, 7 Evans Street, Poplar, London (from other Bissett researcher).

2Family Grave of Samuel & Harriett Bissett of Evans Street, Poplar, London, Photo 11th August 2010 by Dr Frances Green (ancestry.co.uk (Griffiths/Bissett family tree)), City of London Cemetery and Crematorium, Grave no. 15409, Square 52, First Class (i.e. kerbside) . "
Family Grave of Samuel & Harriett Bissett of Evan Street, Poplar.
  Sacred to the memory of James George Bissett, grandson of the above who departed this life, July 19th 1864 aged 11 weeks.
Hark how the angels as they fly sing through the regions of the sky bearing an infant in their arms securely freed from sins, alarms.
  Also Robert Macqueen Bissett, grandson of the above who departed this life Sept 23rd 1867 aged 18 months.
  Also Michael Charles Bissett son of the above who departed this life January 9th 1869 aged 34 years.
  Also of Mrs Harriett Bissett wife of the above who departed this life, March 15th aged 79 years.  Her end was in peace.
  Also Mr Samuel. Bissett husband of the last named who departed this life November 24th 1880 in the 87th year of his age."
Note by Dr Frances Green.
I knew that a lot of Bissetts were buried in Little Ilford Cemetery (now City of London Cemetery) but was unable to find the grave plot/stone when I first visited (early August 2010). Fortunately, with the assistance of a very helpful person there, it was identified that the headstone had become unstable some decades previously, and had been laid flat. Over the years the grave had sunk into the ground and had become covered in earth/grass. This was temporarily removed for me to allow taking of photographs (in B&W as slightly easier to read) and has now been filled in again. From family records, I understand more Bissetts are interred in this plot than are named on headstone (they may be named on afurther stone now hidden beneath headstone?). These are: Rosa Adelaide Bissett (d. 1869), Amy Bissett (d.1870), Rosalind Bissett (d.1908),James George Bissett (d. 1908), Elizabeth Bissett (d. 1924) and Samuel James Bissett (d.1930). Image.

3Samuel Bissett & Harriet Bridges 1824 Poplar Marriage Register, 1820, No95 All Saints Poplar 1824. "
Samuel Bissett of this Parish, Bachelor & Harrie Bridges same Spinster this 27 September 1824
Witnesses: ??? Bissett & Abraham Norris."
(Note: The Banns were originally read in February 1824 (3 times) but the marriage did not take place, Samuel probably wasn't available and still at sea. The Banns were re-read 12th, 19th and 26th September). "All Saint's Church, Poplar in 1820." Source Image. Citation Image.

4Pool of London 1840 (Old print). "
Samuel Bissett probably sailed ships from here as he was a mariner.". Image.

5Samuel & Harriet Bissett, 1871 Census, Bethnal Green, London, RG10/486/107/48, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
42 Trinity Alms House, Bethnal Green, London.
Samuel Bissett head age 77 born Scotland.
Harriet Bissett wife age 69 born St George Middx.
Eliza granddaughter age 12 born Limehouse.
Charles grandson age 7 born Limehouse." Image.

6Samuel Bissett, 1880, Will Probate, Middlesex, ancestry.co.uk, 20 Dec 1880, Middlesex Principal Probate Registry. "
20th December 1880 Middlesex Probate Registry - Samuel Bissett personal estate under £100.
The Will of Samuel Bissett formerly of 42 Trinity Ground, Mile End Old Town but late of 7 Evans Street, North Poplar both in the County of Middlesex who died 24th November 1880 at 7 Evans Street was proved at the Principal Registry by James Bissett of 7 Evans Street, merchant seaman the Son sole Executor." Image.

7Tower Bridge and the Pool of London 1896. Image.


161. Harriet BRIDGES

1Harriet Bridges, 1802, Stepney, Middlesex, Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St George in the East, 14 Jul 1802 .
Harriet daughter to John Bridges, baker by Susannah of Fawdon Fields age 25 days.". Image.

2Harriet Bridges Bissett 1880 Mile End Old Town age 79 Death GRO, 1880/Mar/Mile End Old Town/1c/469. "Harriet Bridges Bissett age 79.".

3Family Grave of Samuel & Harriett Bissett of Evans Street, Poplar, London, Photo 11th August 2010 by Dr Frances Green (ancestry.co.uk (Griffiths/Bissett family tree)), City of London Cemetery and Crematorium, Grave no. 15409, Square 52, First Class (i.e. kerbside) . "
Family Grave of Samuel & Harriett Bissett of Evan Street, Poplar.
  Sacred to the memory of James George Bissett, grandson of the above who departed this life, July 19th 1864 aged 11 weeks.
Hark how the angels as they fly sing through the regions of the sky bearing an infant in their arms securely freed from sins, alarms.
  Also Robert Macqueen Bissett, grandson of the above who departed this life Sept 23rd 1867 aged 18 months.
  Also Michael Charles Bissett son of the above who departed this life January 9th 1869 aged 34 years.
  Also of Mrs Harriett Bissett wife of the above who departed this life, March 15th aged 79 years.  Her end was in peace.
  Also Mr Samuel. Bissett husband of the last named who departed this life November 24th 1880 in the 87th year of his age."
Note by Dr Frances Green.
I knew that a lot of Bissetts were buried in Little Ilford Cemetery (now City of London Cemetery) but was unable to find the grave plot/stone when I first visited (early August 2010). Fortunately, with the assistance of a very helpful person there, it was identified that the headstone had become unstable some decades previously, and had been laid flat. Over the years the grave had sunk into the ground and had become covered in earth/grass. This was temporarily removed for me to allow taking of photographs (in B&W as slightly easier to read) and has now been filled in again. From family records, I understand more Bissetts are interred in this plot than are named on headstone (they may be named on afurther stone now hidden beneath headstone?). These are: Rosa Adelaide Bissett (d. 1869), Amy Bissett (d.1870), Rosalind Bissett (d.1908),James George Bissett (d. 1908), Elizabeth Bissett (d. 1924) and Samuel James Bissett (d.1930). Image.

4Harriet 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.

5Harriet Bissett & sons Michael & Samuel, 1851 Census, Poplar, London (S&N HO107/1556/p611), HO107/1556/315/35, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
7 Evan Street, Poplar.
Harriet Bissett, Head, Mar, age 48, wife of Master Mariner, born St George East.
Michael Bissett, son age 13, apprentice to butcher, born Stepney.
Samuel Bissett, son age 7, born Norfolk, Lyne." Image.

6Samuel & Harriet Bissett, 1871 Census, Bethnal Green, London, RG10/486/107/48, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
42 Trinity Alms House, Bethnal Green, London.
Samuel Bissett head age 77 born Scotland.
Harriet Bissett wife age 69 born St George Middx.
Eliza granddaughter age 12 born Limehouse.
Charles grandson age 7 born Limehouse." Image.


80. Samuel John BISSETT

1Samuel John Bissett, 1826, Limehouse, Middlesex, Baptism Register, Page 189, entry 1506, 9 Jul 1826, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Anne's Church, Limhouse, born 13th May 1826, baptised 9th July 1826.
Samuel John son of Samuel & Harriet Bisset of Limehouse, mariner." Image.


80. Caroline Elizabeth Susanna BISSETT

1Caroline Elizabeth Bisset 1829 St Dunstans Stepney Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Dunstan, Stepney 12 July 1829 No 612
Caroline Elizabeth Susanna to Samuel & Harriet Bisset, Ratcliff, Mariner.". Image.


80. Harriet Bridget BISSETT

1Harriet Bridget Bissett, 1833, Limehouse, Middlesex, Baptism Register, Page 29, entry 227, 21 Jul 1833, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "St Anne's Church, Limehouse, born 22nd May 1833, baptised 21st July 1833.
Harriet Bridget Bissett daughter to Samuel & Harriet Bissett of Limehouse, mariner." Image.


80. James George BISSETT

1James George Bissett 1836 St Dunstans, Stepney to Samuel & Harriet Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Dunstan's Stepney 30 August 1836 No 1369
James George Bissett to Samuel Bissett & Harriet, Ratcliff, Mariner.". Image.

2Harriet 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.

3James Bissett, 1851 Census Greenwich Naval School, London, HO107/1587/493/23, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
Greenwich Naval School
James Bissett age 14 scholar born London." Image.

4James & Rosalind Bissett 1871 census, Poplar, London, RG10/583/29/51, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
7 Evans St
James Bissett head age 33 Mariner born Poplar
Rosalind Bissett wife age 31 born Topsham, Devon
Samuel Bissett son age 9 scholar born Poplar
Robert Bissett son age 5 born Poplar
James Bissett son age 2 born Poplar
Grace Drake sister age 23 born Topsham." Image.


80. Michael Charles BISSETT

1Michael Charles Bissett 1837 St Dunstan's Stepney Baptism Register, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
No 308 1837 St Dunstan's Stepney, 12 Nov Born 22 Oct 1837
Michael Charles Bissett to Samuel  & Harriet Bissett, WROY? Mariner.". Image.

2Family Grave of Samuel & Harriett Bissett of Evans Street, Poplar, London, Photo 11th August 2010 by Dr Frances Green (ancestry.co.uk (Griffiths/Bissett family tree)), City of London Cemetery and Crematorium, Grave no. 15409, Square 52, First Class (i.e. kerbside) . "
Family Grave of Samuel & Harriett Bissett of Evan Street, Poplar.
  Sacred to the memory of James George Bissett, grandson of the above who departed this life, July 19th 1864 aged 11 weeks.
Hark how the angels as they fly sing through the regions of the sky bearing an infant in their arms securely freed from sins, alarms.
  Also Robert Macqueen Bissett, grandson of the above who departed this life Sept 23rd 1867 aged 18 months.
  Also Michael Charles Bissett son of the above who departed this life January 9th 1869 aged 34 years.
  Also of Mrs Harriett Bissett wife of the above who departed this life, March 15th aged 79 years.  Her end was in peace.
  Also Mr Samuel. Bissett husband of the last named who departed this life November 24th 1880 in the 87th year of his age."
Note by Dr Frances Green.
I knew that a lot of Bissetts were buried in Little Ilford Cemetery (now City of London Cemetery) but was unable to find the grave plot/stone when I first visited (early August 2010). Fortunately, with the assistance of a very helpful person there, it was identified that the headstone had become unstable some decades previously, and had been laid flat. Over the years the grave had sunk into the ground and had become covered in earth/grass. This was temporarily removed for me to allow taking of photographs (in B&W as slightly easier to read) and has now been filled in again. From family records, I understand more Bissetts are interred in this plot than are named on headstone (they may be named on afurther stone now hidden beneath headstone?). These are: Rosa Adelaide Bissett (d. 1869), Amy Bissett (d.1870), Rosalind Bissett (d.1908),James George Bissett (d. 1908), Elizabeth Bissett (d. 1924) and Samuel James Bissett (d.1930). Image.

3Harriet 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.

4Harriet Bissett & sons Michael & Samuel, 1851 Census, Poplar, London (S&N HO107/1556/p611), HO107/1556/315/35, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
7 Evan Street, Poplar.
Harriet Bissett, Head, Mar, age 48, wife of Master Mariner, born St George East.
Michael Bissett, son age 13, apprentice to butcher, born Stepney.
Samuel Bissett, son age 7, born Norfolk, Lyne." Image.


80. Rosina Adeline BISSETT

1Rosina Adeline Bissett 1839 Stepney Birth GRO, 1839/Sep/Stepney/2/401.

2Rosina Adeline Bissett, 1839, Limehouse, Middlesex, Baptism Register, Page 134, entry 1067, 15 Oct 1839, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "St Anne's Church, Limehouse, born 7th July 1839, baptised 16th October 1839.
Rosina Adeline Bissett daughter to Samuel & Harriet Bissett of Limehouse, mariner." Image.

3Harriet 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.


80. Samuel William BISSETT

1Samuel William Bissett 1843 Stepney Birth Certificate, 1843/Sep/Stepney/2/429. "
1843 Sep qtr Stepney 2/429
No 62 Augst 30th 1843, Bird in Bush Terrace, Limehouse
Samuel William, male to Samuel Bissett Master Mariner & Harriet Bissett formerly Bridges.
Informant: Samuel Bissett, father.". Image.

2Samuel William Bissett, 1843, Limehouse, Middlesex, Baptism Register, Page 70, entry 559, 31 Aug 1843, London Metropolitan Archives, Northampton Row, London, N1, England, microfilm. "
St Anne's Church, Limehouse, born 31th August 1843, baptised 15th October 1843.
Samuel William son of Samuel & Harriet Bissett of Limehouse, master mariner." Image.

3Harriet Bissett & sons Michael & Samuel, 1851 Census, Poplar, London (S&N HO107/1556/p611), HO107/1556/315/35, 30 Mar 1851, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
7 Evan Street, Poplar.
Harriet Bissett, Head, Mar, age 48, wife of Master Mariner, born St George East.
Michael Bissett, son age 13, apprentice to butcher, born Stepney.
Samuel Bissett, son age 7, born Norfolk, Lyne." Image.

4Samuel & Sarah Bissett, 1871 Census Poplar, London, RG10/572/?/6, 2 Apr 1871, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
54 St Leonard's Road, Bromley, Poplar
Samuel Bissett head age 26 Mariner Officer born Stepney
Sarah Bissett wife age 27 born Northumberland Newcastle of Tyne
Harriett Bissett daughter age 3 born Bromley
George Bissett son age 1 born Bromley
Charlotte Bissett age 3 mnths born Bromley." Image.

5Samuel & Sarah Bissett, 1881 Census p33 St Leonards Poplar, London, RG11/500/147/33, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
71 Teviot St, Poplar
Samuel Bissett head age 37 Mariner born Limehouse
Sarah Bissett wife age 36 born Newcastle on Tyne
Harriett daughter age 13 scholar born Poplar
George son age 11 scholar born Poplar
(cont p34)." Image.

6Samuel & Sarah Bissett, 1881 Census p34 St Leonards, Poplar, London, RG11/500/147/34, 3 Apr 1881, National Archives, Kew, London, England. "
(cont from p33)
71 Teviot St, Poplar
Charlotte Bissett daughter age 10 scholar born Poplar
Mary E Bissett daughter age 7 scholar born Poplar
Samuel Bissett son age 6
Sarah Bissett daughter age 3
Sarah Wilkinson mother age 65 born Newcastle
Christina Craig wife age 34 born Scotland
Robert Pringle nephew age 11 born Scotland." Image.


 
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