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Marriages Mar 1889 (>99%)
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Hayter George Bethnal Green 1c 243
Tizzard Catherine Bethnal Green 1c 243

Confirmed by relative  
Hayter, George (I0185)
 
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**************** The link to William Hale (b. 1770) is PROVISIONAL**************

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JAMES HALE
Male

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Event(s):
Birth: 02 MAR 1777

Christening: 06 APR 1777 Therfield, Hertfordshire, England

Death:
Burial:

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Parents:
Father: SAMUEL HALE Family
Mother: ELIZ.
 
Hale, Samuel (I00202)
 
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1. MARY CHANCE - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 12 MAY 1774 Eversholt, Bedford, England

2. ISAAC CHANCE - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Christening: 02 MAR 1777 Eversholt, Bedford, England

3. JAMES CHANCE - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Christening: 22 SEP 1771 Eversholt, Bedford, England
 
Chance, Robert (I00888)
 
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1841 Census Tarrant Gunville
; John HAYTER; 50; ; Ag. Lab.; Y
; Ann HAYTER; ; 50; ; Y
; John HAYTER; 20; ; Ag. Lab.; Y
; ? HAYTER; ; 15; Ag. Lab.; Y
; Eli HAYTER; 15; ; Ag. Lab.; Y
; Joseph HAYTER; 15; ; Ag. Lab.; Y
; Emily HAYTER; ; 11; ; Y
; ? HAYTER; 10; ; ; Y
 
Hayter, John (I0529)
 
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1871 - District Clerkenwell Workhouse Holborn Wood (inmate)
 
Dover, Thomas Birch (I00656)
 
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1871 Census: St Botolph

Andrew age 57 Policeman
Charlotte age 49
Robert age 17
Jane age 5 
Faulkner, Andrew (I0271)
 
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1911 Census
Name Relation Condition/Yrs married Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Where Born Original census
BLOTT, Reginald Head Married M 34 1877 Draper St Neots Hunts
BLOTT, Emma Ann Spooneer Wife Widow F 32 1879 March Cambs VIEW
BLOTT, Dorothea Daughter F 6 1905 March Cambs VIEW
BLOTT, Edna Joan Daughter F 5 1906 March Cambs VIEW
BLOTT, Paul Son M 4 1907 March Cambs VIEW
BLOTT, Audrey Mary Daughter F 2 1909 Bedford VIEW
BLOTT, Lois Daughter F 0 (11 MONTHS) 1911 Bedford VIEW
GIDDINGS, Emma Mother In Law F 72 1839 Benwick Cambs VIEW
SIMMS, Hilda Violet Servant Single F 16 1895 Nursemaid Domestic Bedford VIEW
FACEY, Mabel Anne Servant Single F 18 1893 General Servant Domestic Goldington Beds VIEW
RG number: RG14
Piece: 8839
Reference: RG14PN8839 RG78PN466 RD174 SD4 ED2 SN105

Registration District: Bedford Sub District: Bedford and Kempston Enumeration District:2
Parish:Bedford

Address: 2 Bushmead Avenue Bedford
County: Bedfordshire 
Blott, Reginald (I07142)
 
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43; St James Street; John; HAYTER; Head; Married; 60; carpenter; Cann Dorset; ; Folio49page7
43; St James Street; Ann; HAYTER; Wife; Married; 60; ; Shaftesbury Dorset; ; Folio49page7
43; St James Street; John; HAYTER; son; Unmarried; 39; carpenter; Shaftesbury Dorset; ; Folio49page7
43; St James Street; Harry; HAYTER; grandson; 8; scholar; Shaftesbury Dorset; ; Folio49page7  
Hayter, John (I0198)
 
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80. ELIZABETH HARE - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 03 MAY 1697 Hockliffe, Bedford, England

96. ELIZABETH HARE - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 25 DEC 1700 Clophill, Bedford, England 
Hare, Elizabeth (I07139)
 
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Daniel Wright was born Sept. 27, 1759, in Fauquier County, Virginia, the year
the county was formed from Prince William. He was the son of John III and
Ann Williams. He came south with the family in 1774.

Daniel was a Captain in the North Carolina Line during the Revolution. His
was a Company of Mounted Infantry. (See: Pension Certificate No. 13268, File
N. W10016). The Yadkinville County Historical Land Grant map shows that he
received a Grant in 1789 on Rocky Branch Creek about three miles from his
father's land.

On Jan. 24, 1782, Daniel Wright was united in marriage to Nancy Young,
daughter of Thomas Young of Iredell County, North Carolina. She was born in
Virginia July 7, 1762. Nancy had a sister Susan, who married Major William
Gill, Aide to General Washington (See: DAR Patriot Index).

About 1812 or earlier, Daniel and Nancy migrated to Madison County, Alabama.
Their reports to the kin back home in North Carolina may have induced other
close members of the family to follow in 1817.

Daniel Wright died in Madison County May 24, 1838. Nancy died in Madison
County June 23, 1833, according to Wright W. Frost and July 21, 1833, in
Sumner County , Tennessee, according to Clara Wright Forrest's records.
WASHINGTON ANCESTRY, Vol. I, page 453, by Charles A. Hoppin, states that
Daniel and Nancy were the parents of twenty-four children, so stated by a
great-grandson, Dr. William R. Wright of Jackson, Mississippi, on Dec. 8,1919.

ABSTRACTS OF REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSION FILES:

WRIGHT, DANIEL, NC Line, S32616, sol was b in Fauquier Co VA & he lived in
Surrey Co NC when he enl & in 1784 he moved to Laurens Dist SC & he srv
from there in the SC State Legislature & in 1812 he moved to Madison Co in
the MS Terr which was later in the state of AL & he lived there when he
appl 20 Oct 1832, sol d 24 May 1838 leaving children but no names were given. 
Wright, Daniel (I0433)
 
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http://www.rosarosam.com/articles/william_hale/hale.htm (and John Hale)
http://www.rosarosam.com/articles/william_hale/hale_catalogue.htm
http://www.nzblackcurrants.com/history.html
http://www.nelsoncitycouncil.co.nz/environment/heritage/trees.htm (John Hale)
http://www.rnzih.org.nz/Book_Reviews/GardensEmpireOriginsPlants.htm
http://www.stuff.co.nz/nelson-mail/features/home-and-garden/360655/Saving-seed-to-help-save-the-planet

http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&d=NENZC18680519.2.8.2&l=mi&e=-------10--1----0-all
http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&d=NENZC18680602.2.2.3&l=mi&e=-------10--1----0-all
http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&d=NENZC18620528.2.9.1&l=mi&e=-------10--1----0-all

http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/NEW-ZEALAND/2008-07/1217264902
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nzlnelso/nelson/directory1859.htm
From http://www.eromsissel.orconhosting.net.nz/idimisc16.html

Bernicia

The Bernicia, 548 tons, built at Deptford, Sunderland by J. Laing in 1848 and owned by John Brodie of Brixton, Francis Ridley of Middlesex and the Captain, Harford Arnold. A new ship under the command of Captain Arnold (of the barque Fifeshire) made one voyage to Nelson in July 1848. On the return voyage to London the ship was attacked and burnt by pirates who murdered all the crew. This happened somewhere near Indonesia in 1849 according to the Nelson Examiner and White Wings, however information has come to light that she made two other voyages to Australia and possibly another to Tasmania before she was reported lost on 16 June 1861, wrecked on Robben Island, South Africa.

Arrival Date: 6/11/1848
Tonnage: 548
Departure: Port London
Destination: Port Nelson

NZC Ref: NZC 34/3, pp.33-41d; Regr, pp.257-61, ATL; 34/7;

Examiner Ref

Voyage Information: Captain Harford Arnold master, Robert Williams surgeon, sailed from the Downs on 10 July 1848 for Nelson and Otago. Arrived Nelson 6 November 1848, with 80 passengers for Nelson, 15 passengers for Wellington and 58 for Otago. As 38 children are listed as embarking, and only 36 as disembarking, 2 children may have died on voyage. Adults number 36

Passengers on Voyage

Surname First Name Profession Age At Arrival
Hale William agricultural labourer 27
Hale Eliza wife 33
Hale Eliza 1
Hale Emily 3
Hale William 5

From http://www.ngaiopress.com/bern-lst.htm

BERNICIA, 548 tons; sailed from London, 7/7/1848, for New Plymouth (arrived 3/11/1848), Nelson (arrived 5/11/1848), Wellington and Port Chalmers, where she arrived on 12/12/1848. Captain Arnold; Dr Robert Williams, sugeon, who brought his family and remained in the settlement. 
Hale, William (I02409)
 
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I Thomas Oliver of Flitwick Warren Farm in the Parish of Flitwick in the county of Bedford Farmer Do make publish and declare this to be my last will and testament First my will is that all my Freehold Estate shall descend to my eldest son William Oliver his heirs and assigns for ever. And I give and bequeath to my daughter Sarah Coster thirty pounds and to my son Thomas Oliver Five Pounds and to my daughter Elizabeth Oliver One Hundred pounds these several sums to be paid within two years after my decease and in case either of them die before the expiration of two years after my decease then the Legacy to him her or them so dying shall be void. Also I give to each of the children of my late daughter Ann Hobbs who shall live to the age of Twenty One years Ten Pounds to be paid them on their respectively attaining that age. All the residue and remainder of my monies goods chattels rights credits and all other my personal estate whatsoever I give to my son James Oliver his Executors Administrators and assigns And I do constitute and appoint my said son James Oliver sole Executor of this my last will and testament contained in one sheet of paper. In witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty fourth day of May in the year One thousand Seven Hundred and ninety nine.
The mark of Thomas Oliver X
The will is dated for probate on Feb 13th 1805, cost £17:12:6
Transcribed from original held at Bedfordshire & Luton Archives and Records Services, County Hall, Bedford, on 3 July 2007 by Robert Hale

NBI - Thomas Oliver died aged 82, buried on 01 Feb 1805 at Steppingley, Bedford.
MI for Stepplingley show Thomas was buried with his first wife Sarah.
Steppingley Burial register shows Thomas Oliver farmer of Flitwick age 82. 
Oliver, Thomas (I01823)
 
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In 1901 census, worked as a Fitter ( 
Crittle, Henry (I00758)
 
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In 1917 joined Canadian Expeditionary Force

Name: LECOCQ, PHILIP CHARLES
Regimental number(s): 2497874
Reference: RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 5513 - 8
Date of Birth: 21/09/1892 
Le Cocq, Philip Charles (I00734)
 
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In Canada by 1915, and signed up to join Canadian Expeditionary Force

From http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca

Name: LECOCQ, CHARLES MANGER
Regimental number(s): 663103
Reference: RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 5513 - 4
Date of Birth: 25/08/1884
 
Le Cocq, Charles Mauger (I00730)
 
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Is this the same Elizabeth as

Name Gender Spouse Marriage date Marriage place
ELIZABETH BETSY COE Female JOHN BLACKMAN 26 SEP 1865 Brenchley, Kent, England
 
Coe, Elizabeth (I01264)
 
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JOHN WRIGHT of N.C., S.C., GA. And Ala.

Declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress passed June 7th 1832





The State of Alabama | On this the 24th day of December A.D. 1846 personally appeared before

Montgomery County | Me William S. Boyd an acting Justice of the Peace in and for said County of Montgomery John Wright a resident of said county of Montgomery in the said county and state aged eighty five years , who being first duly sworn according to law, doth on his oath make the following declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress passed June 7th 1832.

That he entered the service of the United States under the following named officers, and served as herein stated. Tha about fifteen or twenty day after he was sixteen years old, he was drafted in the county of Cranville, in the state of North Carolina where he there resided to serve a tour of three months in the Miltia of the state of North Carolina ; that on account of his youth, his father William Wright, hired a man by the name of Bailey,his christian name not now recollected, as a substitute for him. His father gave Bailey one thousand dollars Contenental money to serve as a substitute for applicant John Wright.

He does not now recollect the names of the company officers under whom he was drafted or the field or company officers whom his substitute Bailey served; but odes recollect that Thomas Satterwhite was the Colonel of the county of Greenville at that time and after he had furnished his substitute gave him applicant his discharge.

That he entered the service of the United States the second time under the following named officers and served as stated .

That he was drafted in said county of Greenville in the Militia of the state of North Carolina to serve a tour of three months ; which tour he served fully out in person; the day month or year that he was drafted he does not presently recollect ; but thinks that it was in the year one thousand seven hundred and seventy eight, his officers were first Richard Harrison who was captain at the time we turned out , but was soon promoted to the rank of Major, and William Hicks, made captain in his place who continued captain as long as I served in that tour. William Heston was first Lieutenant under Hicks and his brother Benjamin Heston Ensign. Colo Joseph Taylor commanded the Regiment to which our company belonged, That in this tour he was in the battle of Giford Court House. That after the battle of Gilford Court House he was sent to bury the dead and carry the wounded to the hospital. That he was detained at the hospital attending to the sick & wounded until his term of service expired. He does not now recollect the Contenental Regiment to which he belonged or was attached . That Gen'l Greene was the commander in chief in the battle. That Gen'l Butler was the head commander before he joined Gen'l Greene. That Colonel Washington was in the battle & commanded the horse. That Colo Lee arrived upon the ground soon after the battle was over . That the hospital in which he served was at Gilford old Court House where the battle was fought . That he does not know through what country the army marched through after the battle as he was detained at the hospital. That in this tour he might as properly be called a volunteer as a drafted militiaman as when the draft was about to take place , he with the ballance of his company, in order to choose thier officers agreed to volunteer , and did go , and elected Richard Haralson Captain; & then marched to Gilford Court & in order to award the money before we joined Gen'l Greene and marched a circuitious rout through the counties of Wake, Orange & Caswell & joined Gen'l Greene on Haw River at a there noted place called the high rock some eighteen or twenty miles from the battleground. That he recieved his discharge after the expiration of his term of service from Dart Wallis as well as he now recollects .

That he entered the service of the United States the third time under the following named officers and served as herein stated.

That he volunteered under Colonel Long who put him to work in a public work shop at a village called Harrisburgh near Oxford in Granville county; where he was employed principally in sawing with a whipsaw getting out timbers for waggons for the United States. ***** he served three months in this publick shop, and recieved a discharge from Maj'r Batte? Birdsong, either in his own name or in the name of Colo Long he does not now recollect.

That he served three tours in all of three months each; first by substitute the other two in person making in all nine months, six in person and three by substitution. He does not recollect in what year his service was in the work shop.

That serving the two tours that he served personnally he was not engaged in any civil pursuit.

That he never recieved a commision, but was a soldier in the ranks during each of his terms of service.

That the several discharges that he recieved are lost or destroyed.He thinks that they were probably burned at the time that his fathers house was burned in Granville county North Carolina.

That he knows of no person now living whose testimony he can procure who can testify to his service , except two females who reside in the state of Georgia, and thier testimony would only be from hearsay, that is from what have heard others say that he was a resident citizen of Granville County North Carolina during all of his several tours of service above set forth.

The said John Wright the applicant hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or annuity except the present and declares that his name is not on the pension roll of the army of any state.

That he has never applied for a pension until this time ; for the reason that he was always been of opinion that pensions were granted by Congress only to those who were wounded in battle or were unable to support themselves.

That heretofore he has always been able to live comfortably without resorting to his pension; but now his circumstances are reversed he claims his pension.

The following interrogations being propounded to the applicant by the magistrate to which he gives the annexed answers.

Interrogaty the first



first; Where and in what year were you born? Anwer; That he was born in Louisa County in the state of Virginia in the year 1762.

Inty 2nd; Have you any record of your age? Answer; That he has no record of it but to the best of his recollection he was born in 1762.

Inty 3rd; Where were you living when called into service, where have you lived since the revolutionary war and where do you now live? Answer; He was living in the county of Granville State of North Carolina when he was called into service that he removed to the State of South Carolina York District about the year 1789 or 90. He lived there about fifteen years then moved to Wilkes county in the State of Georgia where he lived about five years he moved from Wilkes to Jasper county Georgia where he lived up to the year 1821. He then moved to the said county of Montgomery in said State of Alabama where he has resided up to the present time.

Inty 4th; How were you called into service? Were you drafted? Did you volunteer? Or were you substituted? Answer; He was not substituted but was drafted as stated above.

Inty 5th; State the names of some of your regular officers who were with the troops where you served; such Contenental & Militia regiments as you can recollect and the general circumstances of your service. Anwer; That can now recollect no more than he has already stated.

Inty 6th; Did you ever receive a discharge from the service; & if so, by whom was it given & what has become of it? Answer; That he recieved a discharge three times as above stated but they were all lost or destroyed as stated above.

Inty 7th; State the names of persons to whom you are known in your present neighborhood and who can testify as to character for verasity and thier belief of your services as a soldier of the revolution. Answer; That Dennis Allen, Caleb Mon***, Franklin Armstrong, Isaac Willith, James G. Turner. The Honble Dixon H. Lewis , Senator in Congress from Alabama are all acquainted with applicant and to whom he ***** for his character &c.



Sworn to and subscribed before me this day & year above written:

John (X) Wright

William l. Boyer J.P.( Mark )



WRIGHT, JOHN, NC Line, R11894, sol was b in 1762 in Louisa Co VA & he lived in Granville Co NC when he enlisted & about 1789 or 1790 he moved to York Dist SC for 15 yrs then moved to Wilkes Co GA for 5 years then moved to Jasper Co GA & in 1821 he moved to Montgomery Co AL where he applied 24 Dec 1846, sol’s son William B. Wright aged about 60 made aff’dt 17 Mar 1854 in Polk Co GA & stated his
father d in 1847 in Montgomery Co., AL leaving no widow & left only 1 child, towit; William B. Wright, sol’s sister Sarah Reeves aged 82 made aff’dt 26 Aug 1853 in Meriwether Co GA.

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Last Will of John Wright

In the name of God - Amen. I John Wright being of sound disposing mind
memory and recollection do make this my last will and testament in
manner and form following hereby revoking all wills previously made.

Item first - I wish that all my just debts be paid. Paid for I desire
to with hold from no one that which justly due him.

Item second - I will and desire that my beloved wife Anna Wright have
the use and benefit of my entire personal estate during her natural life
and at her death, I desire that my Negroes to be valued and divided into
two equal parts as nearly as can be and my son William B. Wright ***one
part and my daughter Fanny Hickman(n) and her bodily heirs to have the
other part and they pay to the children of my deceased daughter Lucy
Sansom one third of the valuation of said Negroes in equal parts between
them John Sansom, Nancy Garrett and Elizabeth Anderson.

Item Third - I desire that as much of my perishables be sold as may be
necessary for the payment of my just debts and I appoint my son William
B. Wright as guardian for my wife Ann Wright during her life.

Item fourth - I appoint my son William B. Wright and my son in law John
Hickman(n) executors of this my last will and testament. In testimony
whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this the third day of
August 1845.

John (his mark) Wright

Signed and sealed in the presence of us
Thomas Poland
Addison S. Armstrong

State of Alabama
Montgomery County

Personally appeared in open court Thomas Poland and Addison S. Armstrong
subscribing witness to the last will and testament of John Wright
deceased who on oath doth depose and say that they were called upon by
the testor to witness his last will and testament he remarking to them
that the forgoing instrument was his last will and testament and that
they signed the same as witnesses in the presence of the testor in the
presence of each other and that the said testor was at the time of a
sound disposing mind and memory subscribed before me the 6th day of
December 1847.

*********

Thomas Poland
Addison Armstrong

Probated and ordered to be recorded as to the ******* Tho. L. Mays 
Wright, John (I0202)
 
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Joined Canadian Expeditional Force

Name: LECOCQ, JOHN
Regimental number(s): 142283
Reference: RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 5513 - 7
Date of Birth: 13/08/1888 
Le Cocq, John Philip (I00732)
 
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Lawrence Washington was born in 1602 at Sulgrave, Northants. He married Amphilis
Twigden in 1631. She was born in Spratton, Northants. but had Tring connections,
I think. Lawrence died at Braxted Parva, Essex in Jan. 1653 (I don't know
whether this is O.S. or New Style) and is buried at Malden. Amphilis (Twigden)
Washington died in Jan. 1655 at Tring and is buried there.

Most of my information is from Vol. I of Charles Arthur Hoppin's THE WASHINGTON
ANCESTRY, AND RECORDS OF MCCLAIN, JOHNSON, AND FORTY OTHER COLONIAL AMERICAN
FAMILIES (3 volumes, privately printed in Greenfield, Ohio in 1732).

It is quite possible that Sulgrave Manor has a family chart showing the
connections.

Lawrence and Amphilis Twigden had six children, but there are baptismal records
for only three of them (I think), all at SS Peter & Paul at Tring. The oldest
son was John, born about 1631. The next three were Lawrence, Elizabeth, and
William, baptized at SS. Peter & Paul at Tring. The other two daughters were
Margaret and Martha.

John, Lawrence, and Martha emigrated to Virginia. Lawrence had previously
married in England, and left a daughter from that marriage there. She may have
descendants in England today. Martha married in Virginia and had no children. 
Washington, Lawrence Rev. (I1187)
 
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Marriages Jun 1907
BASS Samuel ThomasEdmonton 3a693
WEST Beatrice Maud Edmonton 3a693
 
Bass, Samuel Thomas (I1542)
 
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Marriages:
Spouse: ELIZA LONDON Family
Marriage: 14 MAY 1826 Cann, Dorset, England


Parish of Shaftesbury Holy Trinity
BAPTISMS 1838 - 1863
Transcribed from the Parish Registers by Jan Genge Kennedy 2003

1846; 18-May; Emma Eliza; daughter of Thomas & Eliza; Hayter; Shaston; carpenter;


Shaftesbury Holy Trinity
Census 1861 Holy Trinity Enumeration District 1.
Enumerator Robert Roberts
3, Moon Inn, Eliza, Hayter, Head, Widow, female, 54, Innkeeper, Shaftesbury, , RG9/1325/F3p3,
3, Blyke Street, Charles, Hayter, Son, Single, male, 19, Coach Builder, Shaftesbury, , RG9/1325/F3p3,
3, Blyke Street, Emma C, Hayter, Daughter, , female, 15, , Shaftesbury, , RG9/1325/F3p3,


1838 Thomas Publican Half Moon Shaftesbury
 
Hayter, Thomas (I0155)
 
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Married 5 years after daughter Louisa was born. Father unknown. 
Family F119
 
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On 24th April 1844, Thomas was present at the death of his father, James, who died at the age of 76 of asthma. He was buried in Flitwick churchyard on 27th April. 
Kingham, James (I01006)
 
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poss
Marriages Sep 1885 (>99%)
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Hayter Katherine Eve Shoreditch 1c 181
Pratt John Thomas R Shoreditch 1c 181  
Hayter, Catherine Eve (I0186)
 
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Possible child
Births Jun 1916 (>99%)
Hale Herbert J Broom Malmesbury 5a89

Person: HALE, George
Address: Old Smokedown Farm Thrupp Faringdon Berkshire

Name Relation Condition/
Yrs married Sex Age Birth
Year Occupation Where Born

HALE, George Head Married M 40 1871 Dry Hudsman Farm Wilts Lorston
HALE, Ada Wife Married
9 years F 29 1882 Wilts Rodbourne
HALE, Frederick Son M 8 1903 Wilts Hullavingtton
HALE, Lily Daughter F 7 1904 Wilts Hullavingtton
HALE, Agnes Daughter F 6 1905 Wilts Angrove
HALE, James Son M 2 1909 Wilts Hullavington
HALE, William Son M 0 (4 MONTHS) 1911 Berks Faringdon

George's place of birth, Lorston, could be a transcription error for Corston (just south of Malmesbury). Corston has a Rodbourne Road to the very nearby Rodbourne (some records show Corston and Robourne being a joint parish).

Hullavingtton is 3 miles to the west of Corston.

Angrave could refer to Angrove House in Rodbourne.

It can be seen that the family move to Berkshire between 1909 and 1911.

Searching FreeBMD.org.uk for HALE children born with a mother's maiden name of BROOM. The mother's maiden name was first recorded about this time (from memory). The following matches suggest they had at least one more child after 1911 - Doris A Hale (see below). If they moved from Farringdon area to back to Malmesbury and/or Chippenham they may have had more children.

Surname First name(s) Mother District Vol Page
________________________________________Births Jun 1913 (>99%)
________________________________________
Hale Edna I Broom Bridgwater 5c 520 ________________________________________Births Sep 1913 (>99%)
________________________________________
Hale Doris A Broom Faringdon 2c 545 ________________________________________Births Jun 1916 (>99%)
________________________________________
Hale Herbert J Broom Malmesbury 5a 89 ________________________________________Births Sep 1916 (>99%)
________________________________________
Hale Phyllis M Broom Bridgwater 5c 482 ________________________________________Births Mar 1919 (>99%)
________________________________________
Hale Herbert J Broom Chippenham 5a 73 ________________________________________Births Jun 1920 (>99%)
________________________________________
Hale Raymond E Broom Bridgwater 5c 591

Looking back at George Hale, he can be found in the 1871, 1881, 1891 and 1901 census returns living in Corston (or nearby). His parents were Alfred and Jane Hale.

1891 England Census
Census & Electoral Rolls

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NAME: George Hale
BIRTH: abt 1869 - Corston, Wiltshire, England
RESIDENCE: 1891 - Corston, Malmesbury St Paul, Wiltshire, England

1881 England Census
Census & Electoral Rolls

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NAME: George Hale
BIRTH: abt 1869 - Corston, Wiltshire, England
RESIDENCE: 1881 - Malmesbury St Paul, Wiltshire, England

1871 England Census
Census & Electoral Rolls

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NAME: George Hale
BIRTH: abt 1869 - Corston, Wiltshire, England
RESIDENCE: 1871 - Malmesbury, St Paul, Wiltshire, England

1901 England Census
Census & Electoral Rolls

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NAME: George Hale
BIRTH: abt 1869 - Corston, Wiltshire, England
RESIDENCE: 1901 - Corston, St Paul, Wiltshire, England

So George appears to be 2 years older in the earlier census returns than in the 1911 return!

It seems likely that Alfred and Jane were married:

http://ourgenealogy.co.uk/tng/hale-ons-search.php?bmd=m&surname=Hale&name=alfred&mother=&father=&spouse=jane&county=0&place=&year=1864&ra=10&dsort=y&source=&submit=Search

Row Name Gender Spouse Marriage date Marriage place
1
ALFRED HALE Male JANE LAVINGTON 14 SEP 1864 Rowde, Wiltshire, England

Rowde is 15miles distant from Corston so the south (near Devizes).

Other researchers have shown that Alfred (George's father) was born in Corston c 1834 and his father Gifford (George's grand father) was also born nearby (Brinkworth) in c1801, so the family appears to be well established in the area.
 
Hale, George (I1)
 
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Gender: Female Birth: 23 JUL 1814 Bethnal Green, London, England
2. Sara Middleton Aspland - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Birth: 17 MAR 1802 Newport,Isle Of Wight, , Hampshire, England
3. Ellen Aspland - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Birth: 24 JUN 1806 St John, Hackney, London, England
4. Caroline Aspland - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Birth: 12 FEB 1811 St John, Hackney, London, England 
Aspland, Robert (I00587)
 
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Surname First name(s) District Vol Page
Marriages Dec 1900 (>99%)
Oliver James Bedford 3b 751
Thory Mercy Bedford 3b 751

Died aged 84 
Oliver, James (I01816)
 
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Surname First name(s) Spouse District Vol Page
Marriages Dec 1918 (>99%)
Alsford Edith Gentle Biggleswade 3b 857
DAY Charles N Sharp Biggleswade 3b 857
Gentle John W Alsford Biggleswade 3b 857
Robinson Ethel Hepher St.Ives 3b 857
Sharp Emma Day Biggleswade 3b 857

Surname First name(s) Spouse District Vol Page
Marriages Dec 1918 (>99%)
Hepher Charles S Robinson St. Ives 3b 657
Unwin William Wright St. Ives 3b 657
Wright Gertrude M Unwin St. Ives 3b 657

Plot 279
In Loving Memory Of
Charles Samuel Hepher
died 20th April 1977
at rest
 
Hepher, Charles S (I01352)
 
29

Swavesey MI
Entry 55 - HS
In loving memory of
a dear wife and mother
Matilda Hepher
who died 17th Dec 1969
aged 83 years
also William John Hepher
who died 5th July 1974
aged 89 years
Forever with the Lord. 
Hepher, William John (I01354)
 
30

Swavesey MI's
Entry 54 - Ornate HS and kerb
In
ever loving memory of
my dear husband
Samuel Hepher
eho entered into rest Jan 25th 1932
aged 73 years
On the resurrection morning
sould and body meet again,
no more sorrow no more weeping
no more pain
also Lydia
wife of the above
who passed peacefully away
Jan 28th 1955 aged 93 years
Abide with us for it is
towards evening and
the day is far spent. 
Hepher, Samuel (I00876)
 
31

The only other record of a Kingham in the Cranfield Parish Records is the marriage of William Kingham of North Crawley, Buckinghamshire to Elizabeth Basterfield in 1655. North Crawley is only a few miles from Cranfield.

There were Kingham's in Lidlington from at least 1628 when Martha, daughter of William was born. In 1630 her sister Mary was born. In 1712 and 1715 there were burials of James and John Kingham respectively. Both were labourers.

Not yet to be able to connect Edward Kingham to any of the above.

*In the marriage record of Edward with Sarah Cloyton, married at Cranfield 20.2.1709 it notes that Edward was from Cranfield but no birth could be found.
*An earlier Kingham marriage in Cranfield was William Kingham of North Crawley, Bucks marrying Elizabeth Basterfield on 9.12.1655.
*Although there is no direct link it would seem that James (died 1712) and John (died 1715) both of Lidlington were brothers of Edward.
*The earliest record of Kinghams in Lidlington is William and Martha nee Lyne who married in 19. June.1627 at Henlow.They had two daughters, Martha (bpt 24.8.1628) and Mary (bpt 1630). However, Henlow is some distance form Lidlington (over 15 miles) and there is nothing to explain the move.
*There were a number of William Kinghams of from North Crawley. The earliest William yet found is William born in 1571 in Aston Clinton.
*Aston Clinton also has the earliest record of a Kingham: Thomas born circa 1520.
*There are also Kinghams in North Crawley which I have found on the net: one family is William 1618-1670; he had a son Edward 1644-1705 who married Elizabeth Newman; they had children Edward 1674-1775 and William 1673-?
Edward married another Elizabeth and they had the following children Elizabeth 1702-? Sarah 1700-1750; Lydia 1704-5; Elizabeth 1703; Mary 1707; Edward 1709; Edward 1710 and Issac 1713-1717.
*The greatest early concentration of Kinghams is in the Aston Clinton/Tring area. Others are located in Wendover and Princes Risborough which suggests the family originated from this central part of Bucks and then perhaps migrated northwards to North Crawley and then over the county border to Bedfordshire.
*It seems likely as well that another group also moved to Eversholt in Bedfordshire in the latter half of the 16th century.
*The naming system of the families show that the Eversholt group and the Lidlington et al group were seperate: the latter having Edward, James, Mary and Ann as consistent forenames, whereas in Eversholt,there was Richard and Henry.

From http://web.archive.org/web/20070510142137/http://www.grahamthomas.com/kinghammisc.html

*Two wills from the Kingham's at North Crawley:
Will of Edward Kingham, yeoman of North Crawley, dated 30 August 1705:
1. To my youngest son Edward Kingham and his heirs, all my cottage and tenement situate in Brook End in North Crawley wherein one William Young now dwelleth with all the houses, barns, buildings, yards, gardens, orchards, ground and appurtenances, and also my half acre of arable land being in Moors Field, North Crawley, and my other cottages and lands in North
Crawley.
2. I nominate my said son Edward Kingham sole executor.
3. To my eldest son William Kingham 5 shillings to be paid two months after my death.
4. Edward Kingham to maintain and keep my son William Kingham during his life and provide for him meat, drinks, apparel, washing and lodging during his life.
5. My will is that my said son Edward Kingham shall within the space of one month after my decease raise, borrow, bound on unto Niicolls Laskett of North Crawley Esq. by obligation in due form of law to raise the sum of £150... in order to keep my son William Kingham.
6. All the rest of the estate to Edward Kingham.
7. I humbly entreat the said Nicolls Laskett and William Hoskett* the younger to be overseers of this my will
The mark of Edward Kingham
Witnesses: Thomas Marshall, John Taylor, Will Leverett, Isaac Leverett
*This name could also be Laskett, or the other Hoskett, but they did look different, if equally illegible!!
Probate was on 24 April 1706, when Edward Kingham appeared.
The reference for this will is D/A/We/49/15 and D/A/Wf/62/15. One is the
original and one is a copy in a book.

The other Kingham Will was the will of John Kingham husbandman of North Crawley, dated 27 January 1727:
1. Appoints Mary "My loving Wife" executor
2. To my mother Elizabeth Kingham the clock and case now standing in the firehouse or kitchen, which now stands seized for rent due to the execs (sic) of William Lowndes, son, Esq., decd. and desire she may have the same there being sufficient to pay the rent without that and hope they will acquit it.
3. To my 2 sisters Sarah and Mary Kingham 10 shillings each.
4. To my brother Edward Kingham all my day wearing apparel of all sorts whatsoever as coats, waistcoates, breeches, hats, hose, shoes, boots and all other apparel except linen.
5. I will that my brother Edward Kingham shall have my cottage or tenement and orchard in Brook End in North Crawley with the yards, gardens, and appurtenances and also my half acre of arable land more or less lying in a field called Moorsfield on a furlong near Berryhead with the Hades (sic), baulks, cornans (sic) and appurtenances.
6. After my debts and legacies..... the rest of my goods and chattels to my loving wife Mary Kingham
Signed Edward Kingham
Witnesses: Matthew Marshall, John Smith, Ben. Leverett.
Probate was granted to Maria Kingham 23 Oct 1727.
References to this will are: D/A/We/63/58 and D/A/Wf/75/58 
Kingham, Edward (I07110)
 
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William Readshaw, the owner of Oulston, married secretly Alice Wright of
Plowland in the home of Marmaduke Ward in 1593.


"Catholic Recusants of the North Riding of Yorkshire 1558-1790" Hugh
Aveling". 
Readshaw, William (I4051)
 
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You searched for: King, Any Event, 1793 - 1833, Bedford, England, British Isles
Father: George King, Mother: Anne
Exact Spelling: Off
Batch Number: P003911
1. MARY KING - Gender: Female Christening: 30 APR 1809 Toddington, Bedford, England
2. THOMAS KING - Gender: Male Christening: 18 OCT 1807 Toddington, Bedford, England
3. ANNE KING - Gender: Female Christening: 07 APR 1811 Toddington, Bedford, England

Looking for George King's parents

You searched for: King, Any Event, 1760 - 1800, Bedford, England, British Isles
Father: Andrew King, Mother: Mary
Exact Spelling: Off
Batch Number: P003911
1. EDWARD KING - Gender: Male Christening: 05 NOV 1788 Toddington, Bedford, England
2. GEORGE KING - Gender: Male Christening: 28 NOV 1783 Toddington, Bedford, England
3. HENRY KING - Gender: Male Christening: 15 MAR 1799 Toddington, Bedford, England
4. ANDREW KING - Gender: Male Christening: 28 APR 1761 Toddington, Bedford, England *****
5. ANDREW KING - Gender: Male Christening: 31 OCT 1786 Toddington, Bedford, England
6. WILLIAM KING - Gender: Male Christening: 16 AUG 1795 Toddington, Bedford, England
7. JOANNA KING - Gender: Female Christening: 19 OCT 1785 Toddington, Bedford, England

OR

You searched for: King, Any Event, 1760 - 1800, Bedford, England, British Isles
Father: Andrew King, Mother: Mary
Exact Spelling: Off
Film Number: 445724
1. William King - Gender: Male Birth: 16 AUG 1795 Toddington, Bedford, England
2. Edward King - Gender: Male Birth: 05 NOV 1788 Toddington, Bedford, England
3. Andrew King - Gender: Male Birth: 31 OCT 1786 Toddington, Bedford, England
4. George King - Gender: Male Birth: 28 NOV 1784 Toddington, Bedford, England
 
King, George (I00411)
 
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3. GEORGE ROBERT LITTEN - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: 18 DEC 1832

4. GEORGE ROBERT LITTEN - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Christening: 13 JAN 1833 Saint Stephan Coleman Street, London, London, England




1881 Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
Geoe. LITTEN Head M Male 48 Finsbury, Middlesex, England Printer Machine Manager
Angelina LITTEN Wife M Female 48 Bath, Somerset, England
Henry LITTEN Son U Male 27 St Lukes, Middlesex, England Warehouseman Druggists
Florence LITTEN Grand Daur Female 10 Hackney, Middlesex, England Scholar
Charles MACBETH Boarder U Male 34 Scotland Solrs Managers Clerk
Joseph VICARS Lodger M Male 53 Totenham, Middlesex, England Picture Dealer Comml Travl
Emily VICARS Lodger M Female 43 Sommerton, Norfolk, England Professional Nurse

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Source Information:
Dwelling 9 Holly St
Census Place London, Middlesex, England
Family History Library Film 1341064
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 0299 / 55
Page Number 33



Died aged 64  
Litten, George Robert (I0292)
 
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Mottrom Wright - Born, before 1660 (?), in Chickacon
Northumberland, Co., VA. Died, 10 Oct 1700, in Londo
England. He married Ruth Greggs, circa 1684.

The following is from RECORDS OF COLONIAL GLOUCESTER COUNTY VIRGINIA
Volumes I and II (combined in my version). The compiler is Polly Cary Mason and
the publisher is Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1992.
Gloucester County Land Patents:
Henry WRIGHT, son and heir of John WRIGHT, dec'd. 8 Apr. 1674, 140 acres.

Mottrom WRIGHT and John SMITHER. 16 Apr 1683. 395 acres.
On the north side of Winter Harbor along John DEGGE's line and asj. WRIGHT's
plantation, James FOSTER, Wm. SMITH to the head of Winter Harbor by the path
that leads to little John ANDREW's plantation to Muddy Run branch.

Mottron WRIGHT 20 Oct 1688. 1,000 acres.
Kingston Parish. Land and marsh on north side of Winter Harbor Creek "which
land belongs to said WRIGHT in the righ of his wife, Ruth, dauther to Mr.
Robert GREGGS, dec'd who bequeathed it." Beginning at the North side of the
northerly branch of Winter Harbor and adj another division of said GREGG and
adj Jno DEGGE, John GARDNER, John SMITHER, by Horn Harbor Creek tot he head
of the northerly branches thereof near the old dwelling house where the
aforesaid Robt. GREGGS formerly lived. 400 ac. Patented by Richard RIPLEY
1652, who sold to Charles SALLETT and by Symon SALLET, heir, sold to George
THOMPSON Oct 1657, who sold to Robert GREGGS 1666. 370 acs. Granted Robert
GREGGS & Edward WYATT in 1662, moyety of WYATT deeded to GREGG in 1663.
Remainder 230 acres granted Robert GREGG 1662.

Rappahannock County Deeds 1688-91, page 153:
Deed of exchange - Matrum and Ruth WRIGHT to John BAKER - 1689.
Matrum and Ruth WRIGHT for exchange of 1200 acres in Rappahannock County
obtained of Mr. John BAKER for ourselves have conveyed [describes the GREGG
land above].
Witnesses: Robert BIRD and Edmund TUNSTALL.
Essex County Deeds 1724-1728, page 243:
10 Dec 1726.
John GRIGGS of Parish of South Farnham & County of Essex to
George WRIGHT 125 acres in said Parish and County to George WRIGHT of
Gloster County.
Witnesses: Thomas BARBER, John BURNETT. 
Wright, Mottrom (I0420)
 
36
Capt. Richard Whittington Wright was born, circa 1633 , in London, England. He died, 1 Dec 1663, in Chickacone, Northumberland, Co., VA. Richard was the fourth child of Francis and Ann Merriton Wright. He came to America in 1655, settling in Northumberland Co., VA. He met and married Ann Mottrom, who had been born in England in 1639. She was the daughter of Col. John Mottrom a wealthy landowner and member of the House of Burgesses. Richard was the administrator of Col. Mottrom's estate. In 1658, Richard Wright was granted 2200 acres of land on the west side of the Potomac River in Westmorland County, Virginia. From Col. Mottrom, he also received 963 acres for his marriage to Ann. There was another 500 acres received from a Thomas Brereton and 737 acres granted for transporting 15 persons to America. In 1661, he and his brother-in-law, Col. Nicholas Spencer, secured a patent to 1100 acres of land at Pascattaway on the Potomac River. Some of this land was later acquired by the Washington family and became part of George Washington's home, Mount Vernon. He served as Justice from 1657 until his death. His will was dated 16 August 1663 and proved in Northumberland Co., VA 10 Dec 1665 (Record Book 1658-66, Pg 104). He left his estate to his wife, Ann, and his children, Mottrom, Francis, and Ann.  
Wright, Richard Whittington (I0418)
 
37
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Charlotte Tebbutt
Female


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Event(s):
Birth:
Christening: 01 AUG 1824 Pitchley, Northampton, Northampton, Engla

Death:
Burial:


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Parents:
Father: Samuel Tebbutt Family
Mother: Susannah


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Source Information:
Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Typ

I007471 Film


Sheet:
 
Tebbutt, Charlotte (I0270)
 
38
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JAMES HALE
Male


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Event(s):
Birth: 02 MAR 1777

Christening: 06 APR 1777 Therfield, Hertford, England

Death:
Burial:


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Parents:
Father: SAMUEL HALE Family
Mother: ELIZ.
 
Hale, Samuel (I066)
 
39
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Marriages Jun 1902
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Litten George Frederick Edmonton 3a 701
Watkins Florence Charlotte Edmonton 3a 701


 
Family F028
 
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Marriages Sep 1897 (>99%)
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Ansell Isadore Cuckfield 2b 301
Elliott Mary Cuckfield 2b 301
HAYLOR Jesse Cuckfield 2b 301
King Henry Peacock Cuckfield 2b 301
 
Family F00598
 
41
06 JAN 1782 Berwick Saint John, Wiltshire, England

Source Information:
Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Typ

C152231 1712 - 1885 1279339 Film NONE  
Merchant, Mary (I0430)
 
42
1799 Thomas base born child of Ruth Hayter baptized 13-May 
Hayter, Thomas (I63)
 
43
1841 Census

Surname Forename Age Relation Occupation Born in County? Address Folio Reference S&N File Reference

Litten George 30 ? Labourer Yes Lower Northampton Street, Finsbury HO107/0661/2/~F38 CD6 H_661-1.pdf p.89
Litten Elizabeth 30 ? ? Yes Lower Northampton Street, Finsbury HO107/0661/2/~F38 CD6 H_661-1.pdf p.89
Litten George 8 ? ? Yes Lower Northampton Street, Finsbury HO107/0661/2/~F38 CD6 H_661-1.pdf p.89
Litten Richard 2 ? ? Yes Lower Northampton Street, Finsbury HO107/0661/2/~F38 CD6 H_661-1.pdf p.89

 
Litten, George (I0295)
 
44
1841 census (Note the census district is Boxworth)

Name Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Civil Parish County/Island View Image

Hannah Marshall abt 1791 Cambridgeshire, England Waterbeach Cambridgeshire
James Marshall abt 1821 Cambridgeshire, England Waterbeach Cambridgeshire
Rebecca Marshall abt 1771 Cambridgeshire, England Waterbeach Cambridgeshire
Thomas Marshall abt 1791 Cambridgeshire, England Waterbeach Cambridgeshire

1871 Census

Name Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Relationship Civil Parish County/Island View Image

Eliza Marshall abt 1831 Linton, Cambridgeshireshire, England Wife Boxworth Cambridgeshire
Hannah Marshall abt 1792 Drydrayton, Cambridgeshireshire, England Mother Boxworth Cambridgeshire
James Marshall abt 1821 Boxworth, Cambridgeshireshire, England Head Boxworth Cambridgeshire
Thomas Marshall abt 1791 Boxworth, Cambridgeshireshire, England Father Boxworth Cambridgeshire
 
Marshall, Thomas (I00912)
 
45
1851 Living in Bermondsey with brother John and family


1881 census - 14, Maynard Rd, Rotherhithe, Surrey

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disabili
William HAYTER Head M Male 50 Dunhead, Wiltshire, England Wheelwright
Jane HAYTER Wife M Female 40 Plymouth, Devon, Engla
Harriet BUMSTEAD Step Daur Female 12 Rotherhithe, Surrey, England Scholar
Amelia LUSMORE Lodger W Female 70 Plymouth, Devon, England Needlework & Charing

http://www.loosemore.co.uk/Chapter10/Chapter10text.htm
aged 70, she was known as Amelia Lusmore, lodging with a wheelwright, William Hayter and his wife, and earning enough to support her by needleworking

1891 14, Maynard Rd, Rotherhithe, Surrey
1901 14, Maynard Rd, Rotherhithe, Surrey 
Hayter, William (I0156)
 
46
1861
Name Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Relationship Civil Parish County/Island View Image

Berry Gleaves abt 1844 Willingham, Cambridgeshireshire, England Nephew Willingham Cambridgeshire
John Tibbit abt 1801 Willingham, Cambridgeshireshire, England Head Willingham Cambridgeshire
Sarah Tibbit abt 1804 Willingham, Cambridgeshireshire, England Wife Willingham Cambridgeshire
Wayman Tibbit abt 1841 Willingham, Cambridgeshireshire, England Son Willingham Cambridgeshire 
Tibbit, John (I00949)
 
47
1861 Census ??

Name Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Relationship Civil Parish County/Island View Image

Mary A Hines abt 1845 Over, Cambridgeshireshire, England Servant Over Cambridgeshire
Charles Marshall abt 1860 Over, Cambridgeshireshire, England Son Over Cambridgeshire
Cornelius Marshall abt 1858 Over, Cambridgeshireshire, England Son Over Cambridgeshire
Frank Marshall abt 1859 Over, Cambridgeshireshire, England Son Over Cambridgeshire
Hannah A Marshall abt 1826 St Ives, Huntingdonshire, England Wife Over Cambridgeshire
James J Marshall abt 1857 Over, Cambridgeshireshire, England Son Over Cambridgeshire
John J Marshall abt 1853 St Ives, Huntingdonshire, England Son Over Cambridgeshire
William H Marshall abt 1820 Parson Drove, Cambridgeshireshire, England Head Over Cambridgeshire
William H Marshall abt 1849 St Ives, Huntingdonshire, England Son Over Cambridgeshire
Mary A Robinson abt 1852 St Ives, Huntingdonshire, England Niece Over Cambridgeshire
Eliza Wilderspin abt 1842 Over, Cambridgeshireshire, England Servant Over Cambridgeshire
 
Marshall, William H (I00907)
 
48
1871 - Hendredenny, Eglwysilan, Glamorgan, Wales (School Master)

1881 - Bishop Stortford Union House (Officer)

1891 & 1901 Cannock District Union Workhouse, Staffordshire (Officer)
 
Field, Ebenezer (I00652)
 
49
1871 Census
Limpsfield, Surrey
George Wilson Head 40 Ag Lab
Phillis Wilson Wife 37
Annie Clark Visitor 9 Farnborough, Kent

Surname First name(s) District Vol Page
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Marriages Jun 1879
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CLARK Annie Maria Godstone 2a 269
Crittle Henry Godstone 2a 269
Crittle Mary Ann Godstone 2a 269
POCOCK Charles Godstone 2a 269

Annie was aged 19 on Marriage Certificate, Spinster. No details of her father were given.
Marriage witnessed by William and Catherine Finnagen

1881 Census
Paris Hill, Limpsfield
Henry Crittle Head 23 Farm Lab Edenbridge, Kent
Annie M Wife 19 Limpsfield, Surrey
William G Clark Boarder 2 Limpsfield, Surrey
Henry Son 6 mths Limpsfield, Surrey

1891 Census
Paris Hill, Limpsfield
Henry Crittle Head 33 Ag Lab Edenbridge, Kent
Annie Wife 29 Limpsfield, Surrey
William Son 12 Ag Lab Limpsfield, Surrey
Henry Son 10 Scholar Limpsfield, Surrey

1901 Census
No 9, Marlpit Road, Edenbridge
Henry Crittle Head 44 Fitter Kent
Annie Wife 40 Bromley, Kent
Henry Son 20 Labourer Limpsfield, Surrey

1911 Census
Address: Rose Bungalow Hilders Lane Eden Bridge
CRITTELL, Henry Head Married 53 Pipe Fitter Kent Eden Bridge
CRITTELL, Annie Maria Wife Married 49 Kent Cudham
CLARK, William George Grandson Single 9 Kent Eden Bridge

Cudham, Farnborough, Bromley Map
http://goo.gl/maps/JB6h
 
Clark, Annie Maria (I02477)
 
50
1881 Address
No 4 Waterloo Place Sundridge Street, Kent
 
Coe, Joseph (I01246)
 

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