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CATTON GUYMERS

All baptisms, marriages and burials at St Margarets, Catton, Norwich unless otherwise stated

WILLIAM GUYMER Generation 1

John Trudgill has come up with an excellant hypothesis that William Guymer below may well be the son of Edmund & Martha from the Reepham page. William's first son is called Edmund & first daughter is called Martha. Edmund & Martha senior married in Taverham in 1757. Their first known child John was born in 1758 & the next known child Anne was born in 1764 so it is highly likley there were others in between who are as yet unkown. John has employed a "professional" who has come up with:- "There is no Ringland register bill (neither BT nor AT - register bills are made up of Bishop's Transcripts and Archdeacon's Transcripts) surviving for 1760/1. The Ringland register is certainly difficult to read on microfiche, so I was allowed to examine the original register and even then had to employ the use of a UV light. You will be pleased to have your reading confirming - the 1760 baptism is definitely that of William son of Edmund and Martha Gimer, though the recording of Martha's Christian name is rather odd (it looks like Marthew presumably a version of the female Matthew which one comes across occasionally). The duty archivist was unable to do any better on this!"
William married Mary Magdeline Clarke at Catton St Margarets on 17th October 1782 (PR 143) after banns read from 29th September to 13th October 1782 Catton St Margaret (PR 129). Witnessed by William Cooper and Daniel Mann
Mary baptised North Walsham 20th May 1761 (probably the daughter of Thos and Anne)
Mary Magdalin Gymer buried3 aged 47 21st January 1808 Catton St Margaret
William Gymer 2nd marriage to Sarah Cornwall (nee Moyse) 8th March 1808 Catton St Margaret (from FreeReg) after banns (PR 255). Both of St Margaret. Witnesses Thomas Fox & Robert Dean?
William Guymer buried Catton 10th September 1820 aged 60 (PR 83)
Burial 3 Sarah Guymer aged 73 27th March 1836 Catton St Margaret (PR 334)

Children of William and Mary. All events Catton St Margaret

Edmund GymerBapt 25th December 1782
Thomas GymerBapt 10th September 1786, buried 28th November 1786
William GymerBorn 17th February 1785 (more below)
Martha Gymerbapt 17th February 1788. Martha Guymer buried 15th September 1805 aged 17
Thomas Woods GymerBapt 24th January 1790. Thomas Guymer buried 7th July 1799 aged 9
John GymerBapt 11th December 1790 (more below)
Lucy GymerBapt 7th July 1793. Lucy Guymer buried 25th July 1793, infant
George GymerBapt 7th September 1795. George Guymer buried 25th December 1795 aged 2
Joseph GymerBapt 3rd December 1796 (more below)
Robert GymerBorn 4th June 1799 (more below)
Mary Ann GuymerBorn & bapt 26th October 1800

Child of William and Sarah

Ann GuymerBorn 23rd September 1808 (more below)

1841 census Mary Guymer (40 bn in county serv) living near Maid's Head public house, Catton
1851 census a Mary Ann Guymer (49 bn near Norwich serv maid unm) living at ?? House, Hackney, Tower Hamlets with Newcomb household


WILLIAM GUYMER Generation 2

William Guymer born 17th February 1785 bapt 10th September 1786, son of William and Mary Magdeline
William Guymer marries Elizabeth Snowly 11th January 1808 at Catton St Margaret after banns (PR 254). Witnesses James & Sophia Guston
From probate William Guymer of Catton (carpenter) died 29th January 1868. Will on oath proved Norwich 6th March 1868 by William Guymer (carpenter) of Chapel Lane, Lowestoft son of one of the executors. Effects less than 100 pounds. William buried3 31st January 1868 aged 83. Registered St Faiths District March Quarter ref 4b 71
Burial Elizabeth Guymer aged 89 28th July 1877. Registered St Faiths District September Quarter 1877 ref 4b 61

Children of William and Elizabeth. All events Catton unless stated

Richard GuymerBorn 16th December 1808 (more below)
William GuymerBorn 19th May 1811, baptised 2nd June 1811
William GuymerBorn 7th September 1812 (more below)
Anne GymerBorn 28th November 1815 (more below)
Sarah GuymerBorn c1817 (more below)
Mary Ann GuymerBorn 19th June 1827, bapt 24th June father carpenter (PR306). Burial Mary Ann Guymer 25th October 1840 aged 13 (PR396), St Faiths District Q4 13 80

A William Gymer alias Gimer born Norwich served in the 22nd Foot Regiment 1798-1818. Discharged aged 32. GRO ref WO 97/421/52

1841 census William Guymer (50 carpenter) living "Near Maids Head", Catton with wife Elizabeth (50), daughter Sarah Hipper (20), her husband Thomas (20 carpenter) & one assumes their son William (3). All born in county
1851 census William Guymer (54 master carpenter employing 3 men) living at Catton Street with wife Elizabeth (53 bn Catton) & grandson William Hipper (13 bn Catton)
1861 census William Guymer (74 bn Catton carpenter) living at 2 Church Street, Catton with wife Elizabeth(72 bn Freethorpe)
1871 census Elizabeth Guymer (83 bn Freethorpe wid) living Catton

17th September 1818 William Gymer & Mary Minister witnesses to marriage of William Overed & Sarah Cornwall at Catton St Margaret (PR 20)
1830 Pigot & Co Directory & 1842 Blyth Norwich Directory:- William Gymer, carpenter, joiner & wheelwright at Catton
1843 The Norwich Guide & Directory:- Wm Guymer cabinet maker at Old Catton
1850 Hunts & Co East Norfolk Directory, 1854 History, Gazateer & Directory of Norfolk, 1858 Post Office Cambs, Noroflk & Suffolk Directory, 1859 Rogers Norwich Directory, 1863 Harrod Directory, 1864 Whites Directory, 1864 Simpson Norwich Directory & 1865 Kelly directory:- William Guymer carpenter of Catton
1856 Melville Norwich Directory:- William Guymer Snr carpenter of Catton
(some of these Directory entries may refer to William's son)


JOHN GUYMER Generation 2

John Guymer baptised 11th December 1790 Catton probably the son of William & Mary Magdeline Clarke
John Gymer marries3 Mary Hunt 28th May 1810 Catton St Margaret after banns (PR 264). Both of St Margaret. Witnesses Charles Dack & Owen Dixon
Burial5 John Guymer aged 77 23rd January 1866 Little Plumstead. Registered Blofield District March Quarter 1866 ref 4b 155
Burial5 Mary Ann Guymer aged 80 28th December 1863 Little Plumstead. Registerd Blofield District December Quarter 1863 ref 4b 132

Known children of John & Mary

George GuymerBorn c1808 Salhouse
Caroline GuymerBorn 20th December 1811, bapt 21st & received 26th January 1812 Salhouse. Buried 16th February 1812 Salhouse
John GuymerBapt 7th February 1813 Salhouse (more below), father a lab
George GymerBapt 25th June 1815 Salhouse (more below)
Ann GimerBapt 12th July 1818 Little Plumstead (PR41). Burial5 Ann Gymer aged 26 6th July 1845 Little Plumstead
James GuymerBapt 25th May 1822 Frettenham (more below)
Sarah GymerBapt 8th April 1827 Little Plumstead (more below)

1841 census John Guymer (50 ag lab) living at Little Plumstead with wife Mary (50) & children Anne (20), James (17) & Sarah (14)
1851 census John Gymar (58 bn Catton ag lab) living at Broad Pitt Loak, Blofield with wife Mary (60 bn Bastwick), daughter Sarah (24 bn Plumstead unm), grandson Robert (1mth bn Plumstead, bapt 14th March 1851 Little Plumstead {PR339}) & lodger Henry Rose
1861 census John Guymer (70 bn Old Catton ag lab) living at Broad Cot Lane, Little Plumstead with wife Mary (72 bn Woodbastwick) son George (43 bn Salehouse ag lab wid) & grandchildren Elizabeth (8 scholar) & Henry (4). Both born Little Plumstead


JOSEPH GYMER Generation 2

Joseph Gymer baptised 3rd December 1796 Catton St Margaret the son of William & Mary MagdelineClarke
Joseph Gymer marries Pleasance Platford 18th October 1820 Catton St Margaret after banns (PR 31). Both of St Margarets. Witnesses Owen Dixon & Martha Bryant
Joseph Guymer buried 24th Jun 1821 aged 27 Catton St Margaret


ROBERT GUYMER Generation 2

Robert Guymer born 4th June, baptised 9th June 1799 Catton St Margaret the son of William & Mary Magdeline Clarke
Married Mary Bacey/Basey 21st October 1821 Catton St Margaret (PR 35) following banns read at Catton betweem 30th September 1821 & 14th October 1821 (PR 263). Witnesses Martha Green & Lucy Reminant
Robert Guymer buried 9th May 1887 aged 85. Registered St Faiths District June Quarter ref 4b 60
Mary Guymer buried Catton St Margaret aged 89 3rd June 1892 (PR 307). Registered Norwich District June Quarter 1892 ref 4a 73
Monument Inscription at Catton:- Robert Guymer died 3rd May 1887 aged 88 years. Also Mary his wife died 31st May 1892 aged 89 years

Children of Robert & Mary. All events Catton unless stated

Joseph GuymerBorn 19th May 1822 (more below)
Maria GymerBorn 18th March 1824, bapt 21st March father lab (PR202)
Emily GuymerBorn & bapt 30th April 1826 father lab (PR282). Burial Emily Guymer 29th November 1827 aged 1 (PR199)
Mary Ann GuymerBorn 21st July 1828, bapt 27th father lab (PR326) (more below)
George GuymerBorn 18th January 1831, bapt 27th father lab (PR376). Buried 19th December 1831, infant (PR254)
Edward GuymerBorn 7th October 1832 (more below)
Emma GuymerBorn 25th December 1833 (more below)
Emily GuymerBapt 29th August 1837 (PR511) (more below)
Leah GuymerBapt 7th July 1839 (PR536) father ag lab. Believed registered as Lydia Guymer St Faiths 1839 Q3 13 99
Frances Phoebe GuymerBapt 10th July 1844 (more below)
Robert's occupation given as labourer for all baptisms

1841 census Robt Guymer (40 ag lab) living Church Road, Catton with wife Mary (40) and children Joseph (20 carpenter), Mary (14), Edward (8), Emily (4) and Lydia (2). All born Norfolk
1851 Census Robert Guymer (57 bn Catton ag lab) living at George Road St Faiths, Catton with wife Mary (48 bn Scarning)
1861 census Robert Guymer (62 ag lab) living at Village Road, Sprowston with wife Mary (58 laundress) & daughters Phoebe (16 laundress), Emma G Thompson (26 marr laundress) & grandaughter Emma Thompson (3). All born Catton
1871 census Robert Guymer (71 bn Catton ag lab) living at Dixons Lane Cottage, Sprowston (next door to daughter Frances) with wife Mary (68 bn Catton laundress) togegther with servant Maria Shorten (27), lodger Ann Howling (22 bn Brisley laundress) & her daughter Alice (bn Sprowston)
1881 Census Robert Guymer, 82, farm lab, born Catton living at George Road, Catton with wife Mary, (78 born Catton)
1891 census Mary Guymer (88 wid born Scarning) living at 171 Church Street, Catton with brother (in-law) George Baker

1861 census Lydia Guymer (21 bn Old Catton unm housemaid) living at The Parsonage, Crostwick with Rector Edward Bell & his family


ANN GUYMER Generation 2

Ann Guymer born 23rd September 1808, baptism 25th September Old Catton the daughter of William & Sarah Cornwall
Ann Guymer marries 22 January 1829 at Old Catton St Margaret to George Baker (PR 61). Witnesses Wm & Susan Overed

Child of Ann

Eleanor GuymerBorn 18th December 1825, bapt 30th April 1826 Old Catton, daughter of Ann (PR275)

1861 census Ann Baker (51) living at Lower Road, Catton with husband George (52 bn Long Stratton ag lab) & children George (29 ag lab), Samuel (22 ag lab) & Lydia (9 scholar). All except George Snr born Catton
1871 census Ann Baker (65) living at Catton with husband George (52 bn Long Stratton lab) & children Samuel (31 gardener) & Lydia (19 dom serv). All except George Snr born Catton {next door to Richard & Mary A Guymer}
1881 census George Baker shown as widow


RICHARD GUYMER Generation 3

Richard Guymer, born 16th December 1808, baptised 18th son of Wm and Elizabeth (Snowly)
Richard Guymer marries Mary Ann Dugdell {from IGI Dugdale daughter of James & Sarah (Frostwick)} 13th March 1835 Catton St Margaret (PR 74) following banns 15th & 22nd Feb & 1st March. Wit Sarah Hilleer, A & W Jennings & H Guymer
From probate Richard Guymer late of Catton (carpenter) died 25th November 1891. Proved 31st January 1882 at Norwich by son William Richard Guymer (builder) of Kennington House, Clapham Grove, Lowestoft & daughter Patience Ann Guymer (spinster) of Catton. Effects 299 pounds 6s 9d. Richard Guymer buried 2nd December 1881 aged 72
Burial3 Mary Ann Guymer aged 91 Catton St Margarets (PR 371). Registered St Faiths District September Quarter ref 4b 63
Monument Inscription Catton:- Mary Ann Guymer, wife of Richard born 6th August 1805, died 11th September 1896 and Richard Guymer born 16th December 1808, died 25th November 1881

From probate records Patience Ann Guymer (spinster) of Catton dies 12th September 1912. Probate Norwich 21st December 1912 to William Richard Guymer (cartage agent), Louisa Ann Guymer (spinster), Frank Guymer (corn merchant) & Robert William Guymer (cartage contractor). Effects 904 pounds 13/-
From probate records Louisa Ann Guymer (spinster) of Oulton Broad dies 6th December 1926. Probate London 30th April 1926 to Robert William Guymer (contractor) & Frank Guymer (grain merchant). Effects 580 pounds 17/7

Children of Richard and Mary Ann

Patience Ann GuymerBorn 4th March 1836 bapt 13th March (PR 486) father a carpenter. Buried 17th September 1912 aged 76. St Faiths District Q3 191 4b 101
Louisa Anna GuymerBapt 7th September 1839 (547) father a carpenter
William Richard GuymerBapt 1846 (more below) father parish clerk

1841 census Richard Guymer (30) living at Catton Lane, Sprowston with wife Mary Ann (30) & daughters Patience (5) & Louisa (1). All born Norfolk
1851 census Richd Guymer (41 bn Catton carpenter) living at Wroxham Road, St Faiths, Sprowston with wife Mary A (44 bn Swanton Abbott), together with children Patience (15 bn Catton dressmaker), Louisa (11 bn Sprowston scholar) and Richard (5 bn Sprowston)
1861 census Richard Guymer (52 carpenter) living at 8 Church Street Catton with wife Mary A (56) & children Patience (26 unm dressmaker), Louisa (21 unm dressmaker) & Richard (14 scholar)
1871 census Richard Guymer (61 bn Catton carpenter) living at Catton with wife Mary A (63 bn Ryton?) & children Patience A (34 unm), Louisa (31 unm) & Richard W (24 unm carpenter). All children born Catton
1881 census Richard Guymer, 75, carpenter employing 1 man, born Catton living at Catton St with wife Mary A, 75, born Catton and daughters Patience A and Louisa A, both milliners
1891 census Mary Ann Guymer (82 wid) living at 31 Spixworth Road, Catton with daughters Patience (52 unm), Louisa A (47 unm), all three living on own means together with nephew Ralph R (13 scholar born Lowestoft)

1901 census Patience A (65) and Louisa A Guymer (61) both single, born Old Catton and living on own means at Catton Street, Catton
1901 census Patience Ann (74) and Louisa Ann Guymer (70) both single, born Old Catton and living on private means at "The Ivys", Spixworth Rd, Old Catton
1892 & 1896 Kelly's Directory of Norfolk & 1911 Jarrolds Norwich directory:- Mrs Guymer living at "The Ivys" Catton
1896, 1900, 1904 & 1908 Kelly's Directory of Norfolk:- Miss Guymer living at "The Ivys" Catton

22nd November 1847 a Richard Guymer witness3 to the marriage of James Clare & Caroline Wood at Catton St Margaret (PR 49)

1854 History, Gazateer & Directory of Norfolk, 1854 Whites Norfolk Directory, 1856 Melville Norwich Directory, 1859 Rogers Norwich directory, 1863 Harrod Directory, 1864 Simpson Norwich Directory, 1868 Harrod Norfolk Directory & 1877 Harrods Royal County Directory of Norfolk:- Richard Guymer carpenter & parish clerk of Catton
1858 Post Office Cambs, Norfolk & Suffolk Directory:- Richard Guymer parish clerk of Catton
1865 & 1879 Kelly Directory & 1875 Post Office Trades Directory Norwich:- Richard Guymer carpenter of Catton
1869 Post Office Directory of Cambs, Norfolk & Suffolk part 2 (Norfolk) & & 1875 Post Office Directory:- Richard Guymer carpenter & joiner of Catton

1883 White's Norfolk Directory:- Mrs Mary Ann Guymer resident Catton


WILLIAM GUYMER Generation 3

William Gymer born 7th September 1812 baptised 13th September 1812 Catton St Margaret the son of William Guymer & Elizabeth (Snowly)
William Guymer marries Rebecca Mitson (born c1809) 17th October 1832 Catton St Margaret (PR 71) following banns 30th Sept, 7th 14th Oct. Witnesses Rd & Ann Guymer, Mary Ann Dugdell, ?? Wigg & Maria Forte?
Monument Inscription Catton:- Rebecca wife of William Guymer died 9th January 1893, 84 years. Also William Guymer died 21st October 1898, 86 years. Both deaths registered St Faiths District, William December Quarter ref 4b 65 & Rebecca March Quarter ref 4b 63. William Guymer buried3 Catton St Margaret 26th October 1898 (PR 399)
From probate William Guymer (carpenter) of Catton dies 21st October 1898. Probate Norwich 6th December 1898 to John William Bradbrook (gardener) & Hanworth Edmund Burr Rackham (solicitor). Effects 598 pounds 1s 3d
Rebecca Guymer buried3 Catton St Margarets 16th January 1893 (PR 315)

Child of William & Rebecca

Richard GuymerBorn 22nd November 1837, bapt 21st February 1841 Old Catton (PR568). St Faiths District Q4 13 88 (more below)

1841 census William Guymer (25 carpenter) living at Sprowston with wife Rebecca (25) & son Richard (4)
1851 census William Guymer (38 bn Catton, journeyman carpenter) living at George Road, Catton St Faiths with wife Rebecca, (40 bn East Harling), son Richard (13 bn Sprowston) and visitor Elizabeth Fisk (9)
1861 census William Guymer (48 bn Old Catton joiner) living at 28 Clemence Street, Lowestoft with wife Rebecca (bn East Harling)
1871 census William Guymer (58 bn Old Catton carpenter) living at 11 Alma Road, Lowestoft with wife Rebecca (60 bn East Harling)
1881 census William Guymer (67 born Catton) living at Catton Street, Catton with wife Rebecca (68 born East Harling)
1891 census William Guymer (78 carpenter born Old Catton) living at 35 Spixwell Road, Catton with wife Rebecca (80 born Old Catton)

3rd October 1852 William & Rebecca Guymer witnesses3 to the marriage of George Paul & Elizabeth Rasberry at Sprowston St Mary & St Margaret (PR 120)
9th June 1856 a William & Louisa Ann Guymer are witnesses3 to the marriage of James Warnes & Sarah Wright Catton St Margaret (PR 82)

1856 Melville Norwich Directory:- William Guymer Jnr carpenter of Catton
1864 White's Norfolk Directory:- Wm Gymer, carpenter of Catton
1883 Kelly's Cambs, Norfolk & Suffolk Directory:- William Guymer carpenter of Catton
From Ipswich Journal 7th November 1896 William Guymer of Old Catton elected for inamtes at Lynn Town Hall for the board of Eastern Counties Asylum for Idiots


ANNE GYMER Generation 3

Anne Gymer born 28th November 1815, baptised 25th December 1815 Catton St Margaret (PR 44) the daughter of William (carpenter) & Elizabeth (Snowly)
Anne Guymer marries Matthias Gale 18th August 1834 Catton St Margaret after banns (PR 72). Witnesses William Guymer, Maria Fox, Robert Happer & Robert Happes..?
Death of an Ann Gale registered St Faiths District September Quarter 1846 ref 13 85

1841 census Ann Gale (25) living at Sprowston with husband Matthias (30 brickmaker) & children William (5) & Mary (5 mths). All born in county

26th May 1834 Ann Guymer & Matthias Gale were witnesses to the marriage of John Guymer & Mary Ann George at Little Plumstead (PR33)


JOHN GUYMER Generation 3

John Guymer baptised 7th February 1813 Salhouse, the son of John & Mary (Hunt) father a lab
John Guymer marries Mary Ann George by banns Little Plumstead 26th May 1834 (PR33). Witnesses Ann Guymer & Matthias Gale. Ann in all probability the cousin of John {daughter of William & Elizabeth}
Burial5 of John Guymer aged 34 of Union House, Lingwood 23rd September 1847. Registered Blofield District December Quarter 1847 ref 13 11
Marianne Guymer re-marries to James Ives (otherwise called Lacey) 29th May 1849 at Little Plumstead (PR 20). Marianne the daughter of Charles George (farmer) & James (lab) the son of James Lacey (lab). Both of full age, widows & of Plumstead Parva. Witnesses Robert & Elizabeth George All made their marks. Registered Blofield District June Quarter 1849 ref 13 41

Child of John & Mary Ann, baptised Little Plumstead

William GuymerBapt 18th October 1846 (PR293). Blofield District Q4 13 17

1851 census James Ives (50 bn Hoveton brickmaker) living at Broad Pitt Loak, Little Plumstead with wife Mary Ann (37 bn Witton) sonL William Gymar (4 bn Plumstead), son James Ives (1 bn Plumstead), sonL John Lacy (17 bn Plumstead brick lab) & lodger James Lacy (32 bn Wroxham brickmaker). In-law in those days often referred to step children


GEORGE GUYMER Generation 3

George Guymer baptised 25th June 1815 Salhouse the son of John & Mary (Hunt), father a lab
Marries {as Gymer} Mary Ann Gowen (born Eaton) on 14th January 1839 at St Pauls, Norwich. George (lab of St Pauls) son of John (lab) & Mary (serv of Magdalene Steet) daughter of Philip (cordwainer). Both of FA. Witnesses Thomas Francis, Ann Gymer & Simon Payne. All parties except Simon made their mark. Registered Norwich District March Quarter 1839 ref 13
Burial5 Mary Guymer aged 39 13th June 1852 Little Plumstead
2nd marriage to Keziah Jones 8th February 1853 at Little Plumstead (PR 30). George (33 wid lab) the son of John (lab) & Keziah (22 serv) the daughter of William (basket maker). Both of Plumstead Parva. Witnesses James Gymer & Lydia Boast. All four made their mark. Registered Blofield District March Quarter 1853 ref 4b 315
Burial5 George Guymer aged 45 26th October 1861 Little Plumstead
Burial5 Keziah Guymer aged 27 of Blofield 15th January 1861 Little Plumstead. Registered Blofield District March Quarter 1861 ref 4b 141

Children of George & Keziah, all events Little Plumstead

Elizabeth GuymerBapt 2nd April 1854 (more below)
Henry GuymerBapt 5th October 1856 (more below)
William GuymerBapt 11th January 1860 Salhouse (PR739). St Faiths 1860 Q1 4b 103. Buried aged 14mths 4th March 1860

1841 census George Guymer (25 ag lab) living at Blofield with wife Mary (25). Both born in county
1851 census George Gymar (36 bn Salhouse ag lab) living at Wildcraft Road, Blofield with wife Mary Ann (37 bn Eaton)
1861 census George Guymer (43 bn Salehouse ag lab wid) living at Broad Cot Lane, Little Plumstead (parent's house) with his children Elizabeth (8 scholar) & Henry (4). Both born Little Plumstead


JAMES GUYMER Generation 3

James Guymer baptised 25th May 1822 Frettenham (PR 97) the son of John & Mary (Hunt) (father husbandman)
James Guymer marries Harriet Jones & 21st May 1849 at Little Plumstead (PR 19). James (lab) son of John (lab) & Harriet the daughter of Samuel (lab). Both single, above age & of Plumstead Parva. Witnesses William Smith & Marianne Jones. All made their marks. Registered Blofield District June Quarter 1849 ref 13 41
Burial5 James Guymer aged 67 19th April 1893 Little Plumstead. Registered Blofield District March Quarter 1893 ref 4b 123
Burial5 Harriet Guymer aged 69 20th October 1899 Little Plumstead. Registered Blofield District March Quarter 1899 ref 4b 125

Children of James & Harriet. All events Little Plumstead & registrations Blofield

Elizabeth GuymerBapt 7th April 1850 (PR325), Ref Q2 1850 13 19. Buried5 15th April 1850 aged 10 days ref Q2 1850 13 17
William GuymerBapt 7th April 1851 (PR340). Buried5 13th May 1851 aged 6 mths ref Q1 1851 13 17
William GuymerBapt 3rd April 1853 (PR359). Buried5 2nd August 1894 aged 41 of Plumstead Parva
Mary Ann GuymerBapt 8th July 1856 (PR389). Buried5 18th September 1873 aged 17
James GuymerBapt 1st September 1861 (PR440) ref Q3 4b 188. Buried529th September 1861 aged 6 wks

1851 census James Gymar (27 bn Frettenham ag lab) living at Broad Pitt Loak, Blofield with wife Harriet (21 bn Plumstead) & father-in-law Samuel Jones (55 bn Beighton ag lab wid) & brother-in-law Robert Jones (17 bn Plumstead unm ag lab)
1861 census James Guymer (36 bn Frettenham ag lab) living at Broad Cot Lane, Little Plumstead with wife Harriet (28 bn Lt Plumstead) & children William (7) & Mary Ann (4), both born Little Plumstead & scholars. Also there father-in-law Samuel Jones (68 bn Beighton ag lab wid) & his son Robert (26 bn Lt Plumstead unm ag lab)
1871 census James Gymer (48 bn Frettenham ag lab) living at Broadpitt Lane, Little Plumstead with wife Harriet (43 bn Little Plumstead) & children William (17 ag lab) & Mary Ann (14). Both born Little Plumstead
1881 census James Guymer (57 bn Frettenham ag lab) living at 1 Bye road, Little Plumstead with wife Harriet (52 bn Little Plumstead) & son William (28 bn Lttle Plumstead ag lab unm)
1891 census James Guymer (65 bn Frettenham ag lab) living at New Kilns, Little Plumstead with wife Harriet (61 bn Little Plumstead) & son William (36 bn Little Plumstead ag lab unm)


SARAH GUYMER Generation 3

Sarah Gymer baptised 8th April 1827 Little Plumstead (PR108) the daughter of John & Mary (Hunt)
Marries Henry Rose 1st April 1851 at Little Plumstead (PR 28). Sarah, daughter of John (lab) & Henry (lab) the son of Robert (farmer). Both of full age & of Plumstead Parva. Witnesses John Boast & Susan Rose. All four made their mark. Registered Blofield District June Quarter 1851 ref 13 43

1841 census Sarah Guymer (14) living at Little Plumstead with parents
1851 census Sarah Gymar (24 bn Plumstead unm) living at Broad Pitt Loak, Blofield with parents, her son Robert Guymer (1mth bn Plumstead, bapt 14th March 1851 Little Plumstead {PR339} Blofield District as Gymer Q1 1851 13 26) & lodger Henry Rose (20 bn Salhouse)
1861 census Sarah Rose (31 bn Plumstead) living at Bell Inn, Salhouse with husband Henry (28 bn Salhouse ag lab) & children Robert {now Rose} (10), John (6 scholar) & Edward (3). All children born Plumstead
1871 census Sarah Rose (37 bn Little Plumstead) living at Cottage Lower Street, Salhouse with husband Henry (38 bn Salhouse ag lab & engine driver) & children Robert (19 ag lab), John (15 ag lab), Edward (13 ag lab), Elizabeth (9 scholar), Mary Ann (5 scholar) & Albermarle (4 scholar). All children born Salhouse


SARAH GUYMER Generation 3

Sarah Guymer born c1817 Catton the daughter of William & Elizabeth (Snowly)
Married as Sarah Keymer to Thomas Hipper (born c1817 Hainford). Probably registered St Faiths District June Quarter 1841 ref 13 171
Death Thomas Hipper aged 79 registered St Faiths District September Quarter 1898 ref 4b 68
Death registered of Sarah Hipper aged 94 St Faiths District March Quarter 1912 ref 4b 137

Children of Sarah & Thomas

Eliza Hipper GuymerBorn 11th November 1835 bapt 15th November 1835 Catton St Margaret (PR 478)
Elizabeth GuymerBorn c1842

1841 census Sarah Hipper (20) living with parents Near the Maids Head, Catton with husband Thomas (20 carpenter) & son William (3). All born in county
1851 census Sarah Hipper (33) living in Catton Street with husband Thomas (33 bn Hainford journeyman carpenter) & daughter Elizabeth (8 bn Catton)
1871 census Sarah Hipper (54 bn Catton) living at Catton with husband Thomas (55 bn Hainford carpenter) & daughter Elizabeth (27 bn Catton unm dressmaker) & nephew Arthur Read (3 bn Catton)
1881 census Sarah Hipper (63) living at Catton Street with husband Thomas (64 bn Crostwick carpenter) & nephew Arthur Read (13 scholar bn Catton)
1901 census Sarah Hipper (83 widow) living on income from relatives in Catton Street
1911 census Sarah Hipper (93 bn Old Catton private means {crossed out 1 of 2 children born alive still living}) living Spixworth Rd, Old Catton with Mary Jane Wright (44 bn Harwich, Essex nurse housekeeper wid)


JOSEPH GUYMER Generation 3

Joseph Guymer born 19th May 1822, baptised 19th June 1822 (PR 169), the son of Robert Guymer and Mary Bracy
Married to Frances ???? (from IGI Sprowston 1843)
Death Joseph Guymer aged 73 registered St Faiths District March Quarter 1894 ref 4b 73
Frances Guymer buried 22nd April 1897 Catton St Margaret (PR 382) aged 77. Death registered St Faiths District June Quarter ref 4b 55

1851 census Joseph Guymer (28 bn Catton carpenter journeyman) living at George Road, Sprowston with wife Frances (30 bn Sprowston)
1861 census Joseph Guymer (39 wheelwright) living at Patten Street, Catton with wife Frances (40 bn Sprowston)
1871 census Joseph Guymer (50 bn Catton wheelwright/carpenter) living at Catton with wife Francis (52 bn Sprowston laundress)
1881 census Joseph Guymer (59 bn Catton wheelwright) living with wife Frances, 62, born Sprowston, laundress at George Hill, Catton
1891 census Joseph Guymer (69 bn Old Catton wheelwright) living at Wroxham Road, Sprowston with wife Fanny (71 bn Old Catton laundress)

1854 History, Gazateer & Directory of Norfolk, 1854 Whites Norfolk Directory, 1856 Melville Norwich Directory & Post Office Cambs, Norfolk & Suffolk Directory Jph Guymer carpenter & wheelwright of Catton
1859 Roger Directory, 1863 Harrod Directory, 1864 Simpson Directory, 1865 Kelly Directory, 1868 Harrod Directory, 1869 Post Office Directory of Norfolk, Suffolk & Cambs part 2 (Norfolk) & & 1877 Harrods Norfolk Directory Joseph Guymer wheelwright of Catton
1864 whites Directory Jph Gymer wheelwright of Catton


MARY ANN GUYMER Generation 3

Mary Ann Guymer born 21st July 1828, baptised 27th (PR326) Catton the daughter of Robert Guymer and Mary Bracy
Mary Ann Guymer marries 17th March 1847 at St John Sepulchre, Norwich to William Moore. Mary Ann the daughter of Robert (carpenter) & William (haidresser) the son of James (hairdresser). Both minors & of Ber Street. Winesses Horace Baker & Maria Guymer. Registered Norwich District ref 13 421
Death of a Mary Moore aged 47 registerd Norwich District March Quarter 1875 ref 4b 112

1851 census Mary Moore (22 bn Catton) living at Ber Street, St John Sepulchre, Norwich with husband William (24 bn Norwich hairdresser) in the household of her in-laws James Moore (50 bn Harleston hairdresser), Charlotte Moore (46 bn Norwich) & their 7 children. Although shown as children of in-laws, resident are Mary Ann's daughters Maria (3) & Emily (1). Both born Norwich
1861 census Mary Moore (31 bn Old Catton) living at Ber Street, St John Timberhill, Norwich with husband William (34 bn Norwich hairdresser) & children Maria (13) & Emily (11). Both born Norwich & scholars. Also resident 3 lodgers
1871 census Mary Moore (43 bn Old Catton living at Royal Standard, Ber Street, St John Timberhill, Norwich with husband William (44 bn Norwich licensed victualler) & daughter Emily (21 bn Norwich unm milliner). Also resident 1 lodger
1881 census William Moore (54 bn Norwich haircutter wid) living at 9 Ber Street, St John Timberhill, Norwich


EDWARD GUYMER Generation 3

Edward Guymer born 7th October 1832, baptised 14th at Catton (PR 419) the son of Robert Guymer & Mary (Bracey)
Marries Priscilla Dimmick Fareham District June Quarter 1857 ref 2b 711
Death of Priscilla Guymer registered Fareham District March Quarter 1863 ref 2b 340
2nd marriage to Jemima Bacon registered Fareham District September Quarter 1863 ref 2b 774
From probate Edward Guymer late of Titchfield (boot & shoemaker) died 23rd January 1889 at Titchfield. Proved 23rd February 1889 by Jemima Guymer (wid) & William Doe (beer house keeper) both of Titchfield & George Sansom (shoemaker) of Catisfield. Effects 89 pounds 15/7. Death of Edward Guymer aged 56 registered Fareham District March Quarter 1889 ref 2b 364
Death of a Jemima Guymer aged 87 registered Southampton District September Quarter 1913 ref 2c 79

Child of Edward & Priscilla

Mary Ann GuymerBorn 1863. Fareham District Q1 2b 492. Died Fareham District Q2 1863 2b 305

Children of Edward & Emma

Florence GuymerBorn 1865 Catisfield (more below)
Edward GuymerBorn 1865 Catisfield. Fareham District Q4 2b 480. Death registered Fareham Q4 1867 aged 2 2b 316
Edward Robert GuymerBorn 1868 Catisfield (more below)

1851 census Edward Guymer (18 bn Catton apprentice) living at Wroxham Road, Sprowston with Uncle Wm Paul (40 bn Saxlingham cordwainer), Aunt Emma (37 bn Catton) sister Emma (16 bn Catton scholar) & further nephew of Wm, Robert Sidney (15 bn Costessey apprentice)
1861 census Edward Guymer (28 bn Cotton, Norfolk shoemaker) living at Catisfield, Fareham, Hampshire with wife Priscilla (30 bn Ringwood, Hamps)
1871 census Edward Guymer (38 bn Old Catton cordwainer) living at Catisfield with wife Gemima (39 bn Old Catton) & children Florence (5 bn Catisfield) & Edward (2 bn Catisfield)
1881 Census Edward Guymer (50, shoemaker) living with wife Emma (50) both born Old Batton, Norwich with son Edward (12 bn Catisfield Hamps scholar) at Catisfield, Fareham, Hamps
1891 census Jemima Guymer (62 bn Norfolk head wid) living at West Street, Tichfield, Hampshire

From Hampshire Records:-
13th August 1883, Apprenticeship indenture: William Houghton (age 17), son of Elizabeth Houghton of Wickham, widow, bound to Edward Guymer of Catisfield, Fareham, boot and shoemaker
29th July 1887, Apprenticeship indenture: David Beer (age 16), son of Elizabeth Beer of Frost Hole, Fareham, widow, bound to Edward Guymer of Catisfield, Fareham, boot and shoemaker

An Emma Guymer marries Henry Tusler 1st February 1879 Boxgrove St Mary & St Blaise after banns. Emma (signed) the daughter of Edward (shoemaker) & Henry (lab made mark) the son of Thomas (lab). Both single of FA & of Boxgrove. Witnesses William & Jane Pannell. Registered Westhampnett District March Quarter ref 2b 453. It is thought that Emma is the daughter of Jemima & has probably taken on step-dad's name

1861 census Emma Bacon (9 bn Catton) living at School Lane, Sprowston with mother Jemima (30) & grandmother Hannah (56)
1881 census Emma Trusler (27 bn Fareham) living at Halnaker, Boxgrove with husband Henry (28 bn Boxgrove ag lab)
1891 census Emma Trusler (38 bn Norfolk) living at 56 Warehead Halnaker, Boxgrove with husband Henry (37 bn Boxgrove ag carter) & son Arthur (9 bn Boxgrove scholar)
1901 census Emma Trusler (48 bn Norwich) living at 54 Warehead, Boxgrove with husband Henry (47 bn Boxgrove carter on farm)


EMMA GUYMER Generation 3

Emma Guymer born 25th December 1833, baptised 18th January 1835 Old Catton (PR 463) the daughter of Robert Guymer & Mary (Bracey)
Emma Guymer marries3 marries James Thompson 3rd February 1857 Catton St Margaret (PR 87). Emma (of Catton) the daughter of Robert (lab) & James (Cpl in Royal Artillery of Norwich) the son of Robert (soldier). Both single. Witnesses William Guymer & William Paul. Registered St Faiths District March Quarter 1857 ref 4b 165
Emma Thompson re-marries3 to John Sidney 11th October 1886 Catton St Margaret (PR 221) after banns. Emma (51 of Catton) the daughter of Robert (lab) & John (51 Officer of Police of Heigham) the son of Robert (dealer). Both single. Witnesses John W & Emma Ellen Thuston
Death registered of Emma Sidney aged 82 St Faiths District June Quarter 1917 ref 4b 87

1851 census Emma Guymer (16 bn Catton scholar) living at Wroxham Road, Sprowston with Uncle Wm Paul (40 bn Saxlingham cordwainer), Aunt Emma (37 bn Catton) brother Edward Guymer (18 bn Catton apprentice) & further nephew of Wm Robert Sidney (15 bn Costessey apprentice)
1861 census Emma G Thompson (26 marr laundress) & daughter Emma (3) living at Village Road, Sprowston with parents. All born Catton
1881 census Emma Thompson (46 bn Catton wid annuitant) living at Old Palace Road, Heigham with boarder John Sidney (45 bn Costessey unm police sergeant)
1891 census Emma Sidney (56 bn Old Catton) living 95 Connaught Rd, Norwich with husband John (55 bn Cossey Police Sergeant)
1901 census Emma Sidney (65 bn Catton) living Street, Costessey with husband John (65 bn Costessey market garndener own account) & siter in law Sophia Sidney (73 bn Costessey single)
1911 census Emma Sidney (76 bn Old Catton wid) living near the Church, Costessey


EMILY GUYMER Generation 3

Emily Guymer baptised Old Catton 29th August 1837 (PR511) the daughter of Robert Guymer & Mary (Bracey)
Emily Guymer marries3 Patrick Mahon 11th May 1868 Catton St Margaret by licence. Emily (single of Catton) the daughter of Robert (lab) & Patrick (HM Royal Artillery, wid of Woolwich, Kent) the son of Patrick (joiner). Witnesses William Baker & Lydia Guymer. Registered St Faiths District June Quarter 1858 4b 152

1881 census Emily Mahon (43 bn Catton) living at 57 Orchard Road, East Plumstead, Greenwich with husband Patrick (51 bn Boltinglass, Wicklow, Ireland Sergeant Major Royal Artillery) & children Frederick (18 bn Shorncliffe), Emily M (13 bn Kilkenny), Arthur (8 bn B Subj India), Edith (5 bn B Subj India) & Mary (2 bn B Subj India)
1891 census Emily Mahon (53 bn Catton) living at 1 Mormion Road, Portsea St Jude, Portsmouth with husband Patrick (59 bn Ireland brewer's manager) & daughters Edith F (15) & May G (12). Both born Bombay, India & scholars
1901 census Emily Mahon (63 bn Catton) living at 18 Duncan Road, Southsea St Simon, Portsmouth with husband Patrick (70 bn Ireland + Royal Auxilliary {retired}) & daughter May G (22 bn India, Bombay Assistant Mistress Board School unm)
1911 census Emily Mahon (73 bn Old Catton no occ wid) living 18 Duncan Rd, Southsea with daughter Mary Geraldine (32 bn Kirkee, Bombay, India certified teacher assistant elementary single)


FRANCES PHOEBE GUYMER Generation 3

Frances Phoebe Guymer baptised 10th July 1844 Catton St Margaret (PR 634) the daughter of Robert & Mary Bracy
Married as Phoebe Guymer to William Charlesworth 1st January 1867 at Sprowston St Mary (PR 232), Phoebe the daughter of Robert & William the son of William, both of full age. Registered St Faiths District March Quarter 1867 Ref 4b/181
Death William Charlesworth aged 36 registered St Faiths District December Quarter 1878 ref 4b 69
A Frances Charlesworth marries John Ramsbottom Norwich District December Quarter 1882 ref 4b 452
Death John Ramsbottom aged 47 registered Norwich District September Quarter 1890 ref 4b 70
Death registered Frances P Ramsbottom aged 85 Henstead District March Quarter 1930 ref 4b 211

1871 census Phoebe Charlesworth (26 bn Catton) living at Dixons Lane Cottage, Sprowston (next door to father) with husband William (29 bn Norwich gardner), daughter Mary Ann (3 bn Sprowston & servant Sarah Fenick? (16 bn Sprowston
1881 census Frances Charlesworth (36 laundress widow) living at North Walsham Road, Sprowston with daughter Mary Ann (13 apprentice to laundress)
1891 census Frances Ramsbottom (47 grocers shop wid) living at 22 Cowgate Street, Norwich St Pauls with children (step?) Arthur (21 shoemaker) & Laura Alice (16). All born Norwich
1901 census Frances Ramsbottom (56 bn Old Catton laundress wid) living North Walsham Rd, Sprowston Place, Sprowston with grandson William Lord (8 bn Sprowston)
1911 census Frances Ramsbottom (66 bn Old Catton laundress wid) living 124 North Walsham Rd, Norwich with grandson William Lord (17 bn Sprowston refrigerator attendant)


WILLIAM RICHARD GUYMER Generation 4

William Richard Guymer baptised 15th March 1846 Catton St Margaret (PR 654) the son of Richard & Marianne (Dugdell)
William Richard Guymer married Mary Jane Juniper 3rd April 1874 at Mundesley, Norfolk (PR 32). William (28 builder of Lambeth) the son of Richard (builder) & Mary (24 of Mundesley) the daughter of Robert (farmer). {from the Ipswich Journal the eldest daughter of Robert (merchant)}. Witnesses George Howard & Amelia Juniper. Registered Erpingham District June Quarter 1874 ref 4b/97. Banns read Lambeth St Mary 15/22/29th March 1874 (PR 203). Both single, William otp & Mary of Mundesley
Death of William R Guymer aged 79 Mutford District March Quarter 1925 4a 1303
From probate Mary Jane Guymer (widow) of Oulton Broad dies 4th May 1927. Administration (limited to settled land) London 20th July 1927 to Frank Guymer (corn merchant) & Robert William Guymer (contractor). Effects 408 pounds 8/-. Death of Mary J Guymer aged 78 registered Mutford District June Quarter 1927 4a 1025

Children of William & Mary Jane

Percy Juniper GuymerBorn 1875 (more below)
Frank GuymerBorn 1876 Lowestoft (more below)
Ralph Richard GuymerBapt 8th July 1877 (more below)
Robert William GuymerBorn c1878 Lowestoft (more below)
Mary GuymerBapt 13th June 1881 Lowestoft Circuit Primitive Methodists
Louise GuymerBorn 1883 Lamesley, Suffolk (more below)
Charles Stanley GuymerBorn 1887 Carlton Colville (more below)

1881 census William R Guymer (35 born Old Catton builder) living at 18 Clapham Road, Alexandra Terrace Lowestoft together with wife Mary Jane (31 born Mundesley) & children Percy, Frank, Ralph and Robert. Also resident, servant and general domestic Anne E Clarke (18)
1891 census William R Guymer (43 bn Old Catton) living at Carlton Colville, Suffolk with wife Mary (41 bn Mundesley) & children Frank (14 bn Lamesley), Robert W (11 bn Lamesley), May (9 bn Lamesley) Louise (8 bn Lamesley) & Charles A (3 bn Carlton Colville)
1901 census William R Guymer (55 pork butcher & dealer born Old Catton) living at Lothing Villa, Bridge Road, Oulton with wife Mary (50 born Mundesley) & children Robert W (21 born Lowestoft carter) & Charles S (13 born Carlton Colville)
1911 census William Guymer (65 bn Old Catton carter & contractor) living Lothing Villa, Oulton Broad, Suffolk with wife Mary (62 bn Mundesley married 37 yrs, 6 of 7 children born alive still alive) & daughter Louise (28 bn Lowestoft commercial travellor egg trade)

1901 census Mary Guymer (19 bn Lowestoft governess dom unm) living at Rod Lane, Cartlon Rode, Norfolk with Colman family
1911 census May Gymer (27 bn Lowestoft servant lady help dom) living 26 Queen's Avenue, Woodford, Essex with Spankie family

1879 Kelly's Suffolk Directory Richard Guymer builder of 19 Alexander Terr, Clapham Rd, Lowestoft
1883 Kelly's Cambs, Norfolk & Suffolk Directory William Richard Guymer carpenter of South Wharf living 19 Alexandra Terr, Clapham Road, Lowestoft
1888 Kelly's Cambs, Norfolk & Suffolk Directory William Richard Guymer builder & carpenter of South Wharf & living Carlton Colville
1892 White's Suffolk Directory R Guymer farmer & builder of Colville Lodge
1892 Kellys Directory of Norfolk, Suffolk & Cambs pt 3 (Suffolk):- Richard William Guymer builder of Carlton Colville
1912 Kelly's Directory of Suffolk:- Wm Richard Guymer carman of Oulton Broad & Belvedere Road, Lowestoft
1925/26 & 1928 Kelly's Directory of Suffolk:- William Richard Guymer carter & carman of Belvedere Road, Lowestoft

From Ipswich Journal 15th October 1870 plans for three cottages for Mr Guymer North Raglan Street, Lowestoft approved
From Ipswich Journal 29th June 1875 WR Guymer placed tender for works for the enlargement of Lowestoft Hospital
From Ipswich Journal 5th June 1877 W Guymer on jury duty into Coroner's inquest into the alleged murder of three children at Bevan Street, Lowestoft
From Ipswich Journal 20th April 1878 38 &a 39 St Johns Road, Lowestoft for sale. Rear yard offices occupied by Mr Guymer & Mr Mingay
From Ipswich Journal 17th April 1880 The tender of Mssrs Guymer & Wilkins of 146 10/- accepted for improvements to Lowestoft Hospital
From Ipswich Journal 25th June 1885 Tender from Mr Guymer of 2,490 for the ercetion of 4 houses Clapham Road/London Road, Lowestoft
From Ipswich Journal 13th April 1886 Mssrs Guymer & Wilkins awarded the contract for construction of Young Men's Christian Association, London Road, Lowestoft
From Ipswich Journal 7th November 1896 William Guymer


ELIZABETH GUYMER Generation 4

Elizabeth Guymer baptised 2nd April 1854 (PR371) Little Plumstead. Registered Blofield District Q1 4b 185
Elizabeth Guymer marries at Blofield 25th December 1878, Elizabeth (26) the daughter of George (lab) to Arthur Hilling (24 bricklayer's lab) the son of George (lab) following banns read at Blofield on 8/15/22 December 1878. Witnesses Catherine Waters & William Henry Codling. Both of Blofield at time of marriage. Registered Blofield District December Quarter 1878 ref 4b 78

1871 census Elizabeth Guymer (17 serv unm) & brother Henry Guymer (15 scholar) both born Little Plumstead & living in Lingwood Workhouse
1881 census Elzbth Hilling (29 bn Little Plumstead) living at 16 Mill Road, Blofield with husband Arthur (26 bn Blofield ag lab) & daughter Mary A (9 months bn Blofield)
1891 census Elizabeth Hilling (39 bn Plumstead Parva) living at 15 Heath Road, Blofield with husband Arthur (39 bn Blofield agricultural) & daughters Mary (10) & Alice (8). Both born Blofield & scholars
1901 census Elizabeth Hilling (50 bn Plumstead) living at 23 Fishergate, Norwich St Edmunds with husband Arthur (50 bn Blofield bricklayer's lab) & daughters Mary (20 silk factory hand) & Alice (17). Both born Blofield


HENRY GUYMER Generation 4

Henry Guymer baptised 5th October 1856 Little Plumstead (PR392) the son of George & Keziah ???. Registered Blofield District September Quarter ref 4b 160
Henry Guymer marries Elizabeth Matthews 6th April 1886 Blofield St Andrew & St Peter after banns read at Blofield. 7/14/21 March 1886. Registered Blofield District June Quarter 1886 ref 4b 337. Henry (26 lab of Blofield) the son of George (lab) & Elizabeth (22) the daughter of Samuel (lab). Both single & signed. Witnesses ? Hilling & ? White

Children of Henry & Elizabeth, all events Blofield

Ethel GuymerBorn c1893 Lydia Ethel Blofield District Q2 1893 4b 215
Mary Ann GuymerBorn 1896. Blofield District Q2 4b 211

1871 census Henry Guymer (15 scholar) living in Lingwood Workhouse with sister Elizabeth (17 serv unm), both born Little Plumstead
1891 census Henry Guymer (32 bn Plumstead Parva ag lab) living at 8 Heath road Blofield with wife Elizabeth (26 bn Blofield)
1901 census John Guymer (49 bn Plumstead ag lab) living at The Heath, Blofield with wife Elizabeth (33 bn Blofield) & children Ethel (8) & Mary Ann (4), both born Blofield
1911 census Henry Guymer (58 bn Little Plumstead marr gen lab) inmate at Lynn Rd, Wisbech
1911 census Elizabeth Guymer (47 marr lab farm) living at 6 Witham St, Walsoken, Cambs with daughters Ethel (17 lab field worker) & Mary (15 lab field worker). All born Blofield. Living in household of Caroline Reeve


FLORENCE GUYMER Generation 4

Florence Guymer born 1865 Catisfield, Hamps the daughter Edward & Jemima (Bacon). Registered Fareham District December Quarter ref 2b 479
Florence Guyner marries Charles Churcher. Registered Portsea District December Quarter 1895 ref 2b 983

1871 census Florence Guymer (5 bn Catisfield) living at Catisfield with wife parents
1881 census Florence Greyniar (16 bn Fareham, Hants serv) living at The Vicarage, Madehurst, Sussex with Vicar of Madehurst, Robert John Shaw & his family
1891 census Florence Guymer (30 bn Catisfield gen serv dom unm) living at 17 Clarendon Road, Portsmouth with Perks family
1901 census Florence Churcher (35 bn Fareham wife) living on own at Winchester Road, Shirley, Southampton
1919 on discharge of brother Edward from the Army, Florence living at Percy Road, Shirley, Southampton


EDWARD ROBERT GUYMER Generation 4

Edward Robert Guymer born 1868 Catisfield the son of Edward & Jemima (Bacon). Registered Fareham District December Quarter ref 2b 531

1871 census Edward Guymer (2 bn Catisfield) living at Catisfield with wife parents
1881 Census Edward Guymer (12 bn Catisfield Hamps scholar) living with parents at Catisfield, Fareham, Hamps
1891 census Edward Guymer (21 bn Catisfield Private in Foot Guards) in Wellington Barracks, St Margaret & St John the Evangelist, Westminster, London
1911 census Edward Guymer (41 bn Fithfield, Fareham Private 1st Bn Scots Guards shoemaker) at Kasrelnil Barracks, Cairo

From Hampshire Telegraph & Sussex Chronicle 11th October 1890 Edward Guymer summonsed with 3 others for disorderly conduct while drunk in High Street, Fareham on Saturday 20th. Magistrate:- "from their attitude in court they were impudent young ruffians. Fined 30/- each or 14 days imprisonment

From British Army Service Records 1914-1920 Edward Guymer of Catisfield (born c1868 shoemaker) enlists 24th October 1914 Gdsn 11711 3rd Bn Scots Guards (Special Reserves) {previously with Scots Guards on pension}. NoK sister Mrs Churcher of Percy Road, Sirley, Southampton. Discharged to reserves aged 50 8th February 1919, address Sailor's Home, Ford Street, Southampton as bedroom steward
From National Roll of the Great War GUYMER E., Private Scots Guards. A time serving soldier he was retained on important duties at home but was later sent to France, where he was engaged at the Base Depot as a bootmaker instructor. He also served in South Africa in the same capacity during a part of the war. He returned to England, and was demobilised in January 1919, holding the General Service and Victory Medals. 140 Percy Road, Romsey Road, Shirley, Southampton. 2723


RICHARD GUYMER Generation 4

Richard Guymer born 22nd November 1837 Sprowston, Norfolk. Baptised 21st February 1841 at Catton St Margarets. Father a carpenter (PR 568) the son of William Guymer & Rebecca (Mitson),
Richard Guymer marries3 Matilda Dix 7th December 1858 Catton St Margaret (PR 99) after banns. Richard (22 carpenter) the son of William (carpenter) & Matilda (26) the daughter of William (engineer). Both single & of Catton. Witnesses Sarah Taylor & Sarah & Larah Ann Lingwood, George ?? & Mary G..... Registered St Faiths District December Quarter 1858 ref 4b 253. Matilda born Stoke Holy Cross, Norfolk in 1833 the daughter of William & Lucy Hovel

Children of Richard & Matilda

Richenda Lucy GuymerBapt 2nd May 1861 (more below)
Ann Rebecca GuymerBorn Catton 23rd July 1863 (more below)
Sophia Matilda GuymerBorn 26th October 1865 Catton (more below)
William GuymerBorn Norwich c1873 (more below)

26th December 1857 Richard Guymer, Ann Barrett & Matilda & Thomas Dix witnesses5 to the marriage of George Dix & Charlotte Roberts at Stoke Holy Cross
25th December 1861 Matilda Guymer & Charles Dix witnesses5 to the mariage of Thomas Dix & Caroline Powell at Stoke Holy Cross
4th February 1879 a Richard Guymer & Curtis Bolton witnesses3 to the marriage of Royal George Self & Emma Gertrude Bolton at Catton St Margaret (PR 176)
August 1881 a Richard Guymer & James Betts witnesses3 to the marriage of John Lambert & Mary Ann Curson at Catton St Margaret (PR 192)

1861 census Richard Guymer (23 bn Sprowston carpenter) living at 2 Church Street, Catton with wife Matilda (26 bn Stoke Holy Cross) & daughter Richenda L (3 months bn Catton) & lodger Miles Allison (24 bn Taverham carpenter)
1871 census Richard Guymer (34 carpenter) living at Willington Terrace, Norwich St John de Sepulchre with wife Matilda (35) & children Lucy (10), Anna (7) & Sophia (5). All born Catton & all children scholars. Also resident lodger Charles Wells (14 bn Coltishall millers app)
1881 census Richard Guymer (44 born Catton carpenter) living with wife Matilda (48 born Stoke) at Mill Street, Lakenham, Norfolk & children. Lucy (20 bn Catton paper bag maker), Anna (17 bn Catton u/e), Sophia (15 bn Catton school teacher) & William (8 bn Norwich scholar)
1891 census Richard Guymer (53 bn Norwich carpenter) living 12 Cyprus Street, Lakenham with wife Matilda (55 bn Stoke Holy Cross) & son William M (18 bn Norwich gen lab)
1901 cenus Matilda Gaymer (70 bn Stoke) living in Norwich

1883 Eyre Norwich Street Directory:- Richd Guymer carpenter of Mill St, Lakenham


PERCY JUNIPER GUYMER Generation 5

Percy Juniper Guymer born 1875 Kennington, London. Baptised 27th June 1875 Catton St Margaret (PR 327) the son of William Richard (builder) & Mary Jane (Juniper). Birth registered Lambeth District March Quarter ref 1d 358
Percy Juniper Guymer married Caroline Mary Francis Malton District (Yorkshire) December Quarter 1897 ref 9d 865
Birth registered Hugh Percy F Guymer Scarborough District December Quarter 1907 ref 9d 367
Monument inscription at St Michaels Church, Oulton, Lowestoft:-
Percy Juniper Guymer who fell asleep at "Anstruther" March 4th 1911 age 36. Also his wife Caroline Mary Frances and to the memory of their only son Hugh Percy Francis L.A.C. R.A.F. killed by enemy action on the Lancastria at St. Nazaire, June 17th 1940. Interred at the cemetary for English airman at St Trojan Charente Inferieure, France, July 14th 1940
(For more information on the sinking of HMT Lancastria, a troopship evacuating BEF from France click here )

From East Fife Observer & Fifeshire Journal:- Percy J Guymer died in Anstruther aged 35. He was well known in Anstruther as he had been coming to the town for the last 12 years in connection with the winter herring fishing. He lived in Lowestoft & worked as the representative to Charles Warner, fishmerchant, Lowestoft
Death of Percy Juniper Guymer (fish buyer) registered Anstruther District, Fife (ref 4) husband of Caroline Mary Francis & son of William Richard (carting agent) & Jane (nee Juniper). Died 4th March 1911 aged 36 at Shore Street, Anstruther Easter of cardiac ??? incompetence dilatation
In the Downham Gazette Newspaper dated 7th March 1914 - In Memoriam GUYMER - In loving memory of Percy Juniper, The eldest and dearly loved son of Richard and Mary J Guymer who died at Anstruther, March 4 1911

Children of Percy & Caroline

Hugh Percy F GuymerBorn 1907 Scarborough, Scarborough District Q4 9d 367
Wilhelmina Mary GuymerBorn 1909 Lowestoft, Mutford District Q2 4a 1136

Hugh Percy Francis Guymer married Kathleen Maud Broughton. Registered Nottingham District June Quarter 1939 ref 7b 817
From Commonwealth War Graves Hugh Percy Francis Guymer Leading Aircraftsmen 624110 98 Sqdn, Royal Air Force died 17th June 1940 aged 33 son of Percy Juniper & Caroline Mary and husband of Kathleen Maud of Linby, Nottinghamshire. Buried St Trojan-Les-Bains Communal Cemetary, Ile D'Oleron

1891 census Percy Guymer (17 bn Carlton Colville, Suffolk fish agent) boarding at Picton Street, Llanstadwell, Pembrokeshire with Jones family
1901 census Percy J Guymer (26 bn London, Middlesex wholsale retail fish, game & poultry salesman) living at 9 Garibaldi Street, Bradford, Yorks with wife Caroline M (29 bn Scarborough)
1911 census Caroline Guymer (36 bn Scarboro wid) living 24 Victoria Rd, Scarborough with children Hugh Percy Franceis (3 bn Scarborough) & Wilimena Mary (1 bn Lowestoft). Staying with her mother Harriet Franceis (68 bn Lutton under Whitestone Cliff nr Thirsk lodging house keeper wid)


FRANK GUYMER Generation 5

Frank Guymer born 1876 at Lowestoft, Suffolk the son of William Richard & Mary Jane (Juniper). Registered Mutford District June Quarter 1876 4a 803
Frank Guymer marries Florence Mary Rendell 17th November 1900 Kensington St Paul after banns (PR 156). Frank (24 wholesale seed merchant of 25 Bute St) the son of William Richard (farmer) & Florence (22 of 3 Neville Terr) the daughter of Francis (deceased glass & china merchant). Both single & signed. Witnesses William J & Francis Rendell & Frederick Staple Newth. Registered Kensington District December Quarter 1900 ref 1a 253
From The London Gazettte 7th October 1958 Frank Guymer, retired grain merchant, dies 15th June 1958 at 9 Colneis Rd, Felixstowe. Solicitors Frank Taylor, Nightingale & Baker, Putney, London
From The Times 3rd March 1948 death of Florence May Guymer 1st March 1948 wife of Frank of 24 Alexandra Road, Kingston upon Thames. Funeral 6th March Putney Vale cemetary

Known children of Frank & Florence

Ronald Frank GuymerBorn 7th June 1901 (more below)
Florence Muriel GuymerBorn 1903 (more below on balance of probabilities)
Ernest William Rendall GuymerBorn 18th May 1907 (more below)
Maurice Juniper GuymerBorn 29th August 1914 (more below)

1901 census Frank Guymer (24 born Lowestoft wholseale corn & flour merchant) living in Fulham, London with wife Florence Mary (23 born South Kensington)
1911 census Frank Guymer (34 bn Lowestoft Corn & Flour merchant) living at 1 Somerset Rd, Brentford, Middlesex with wife Florence M (33 bn South Kensington married 10 yrs, 3 of 3 children born alive still living) & children Ronald F (9 bn Parsons Green, Fulham), Florence Muriel (7 bn Parsons Green, Fulham) & Ernest W R (3 bn Brentford, Middlesex). Also resident sister-in-law Emma Rendell (52 bn South Kensington private means single) & 2 servants, Ada Marshall (20 bn Putney, Surrey nursery governess) & Rosetta Farnham (18 bn Brentford dom serv)

1902 Post Office London Directory:- Frank Guymer of 54 Bradbourne St, New Kings Rd, Fulham, SW
1904 London County Suburbs part 1:- Frank Guymer living 54 Bradbourne Street, Fulham SW
1905 Post Office London County Suburbs Directory part 1:- Frank Guymer living 54 Bradbourne Street, New Kings Road, Fulham SW
1914 Kelly's Directory of Middlesex:- a F Guymer living 14 Sutherland Road, Ealing W
1934 & 1938 London Post Office Directory Frank Guymer & Co, Corn factor of 16 Mark Lane EC3 & 54 Strand, Old Corn Exchange EC3

From Freedom of the City Admission Papers 1681-1925:-
Frank Guymer , born 2nd May 1876 St John's Road, Lowestoft the son of William Richard. Admitted 20th May / 27th May 1915 in the Company of Turners. Then of 55 Mount Park Road, wholesale corn merchant


RALPH RICHARD GUYMER Generation 5

Ralph Richard Guymer baptised 8th July 1877 Lowestoft Circuit Primitive Methodists the son of William Richard & Mary Jane (Juniper)
Marries Ada Elise Cooper 24th December 1905 at Exning, Suffolk (PR 137). Ralph aged 28 (journeyman butcher) son of William Richard (independant gentleman) & Ada aged 27 (milliner) the daughter of George (painter). Ralph of Newmarket St Mary & Ada OTP. Witnesses Robert William Guymer, John Coooper, Georgina C?? & P Loremer. Registered Newmarket District December Quarter 1905 ref 3b 1152

Known child of Ralph & Ada

Robert Richard GuymerBorn 1906 Newmarket (more below)

1901 census Ralph Guymer (23 born Lowestoft journeyman butcher) living in Harwich, Essex
1911 census Ralph Guymer (33 bn Lowestoft carter) living 2 Mizpah Coattage, Oulton Broad, Suffolk) with wife Ada (32 bn Newmarkets, Cambs married 5 & half years, 1 of 1 children born alive still living & son Robert (4 bn Newmarket)

1932 Kelly's Lowestoft Directory:- Ralph Rd Guymer of 95 Bridge Road, Oulton Broad


ROBERT WILLIAM GUYMER Generation 5

Robert William Guymer born c1878 Lowestoft, the son of William Richard & Mary Jane (Juniper)
Marries Beatrice Maud Watling. Registered Mitford District March Quarter 1908 ref 4b 437
Robert William buried Oulton St Michael churchyard, Lowestoft 4th May 1945 aged 65. Registered aged 65 Lothingland District June Quarter ref 4a 1044
Beatrice Maud buried Oulton St Michael churchyard, Lowestoft 18th October 1966 aged 82

Known children of Robert & Beatrice

Geoffrey Robert GuymerBorn 1909 Mutford District Q4 4a 1077
Gilbert W GuymerBorn 1911 Mutford District Q1 4a 1105
Philip R Guymer14Born 1914 Mutford District Q4 4a 2029
Peter C Guymer14Born 1917 Mutford District Q4 4a 1468

Geoffrey R Guymer marries Grace E Brown registered Mutford District March Quarter 1935 ref 4a 1838
Gilbert W Guymer marries Audrey G Lee registered Wainford District March Quarter 1947 ref 4b 1667
Philip R Guymer marries Geraldine M Streete registered Norwich Outer District December Quarter 1940 ref 4b 307

1891 census Robert W Guymer (11 bn Lamesley) living at Cartlon Colville, Suffolk with parents
1901 census Robert W Guymer (21 born Lowestoft carter) living at Lothing Villa, Bridge Road, Oulton with parents
1911 census Robert Guymer (31 bn Lowestoft job master carter) living Swiss Cottage, Oulton Broad, Suffolk with wife Beatrice (26 bn Colkirk, Norfolk married 3 yrs, 2 of 2 children born alive still living) & sons Geoffrey (2) & Gilbert (2 mths). Both born Oulton Broad. Also resident visitor Sybil Edwards (15 bn Colkirk)

1916 & 1928 Kelly's Suffolk Directory:- Robert William Guymer jobmaster of Bridge Road, Lowestoft
1932 Kelly's Lowestoft Directory:- Rt Wm Guymer of 95 Bridge Road, Oulton Broad, haulage contractor of 87 Bridge Road, Oulton Broad & motor works Commodore Road
1934 Kelly's Directory of Engineering, Hardware & Metal Trades:- Rt W Guymer (motor engineers & garages) Commodore Rd & Norfolk Ho. Bridge Rd, Oulton Broad

From The London Gazette 16th October 1979 & 28th February 1982 Winding up meeting at Surrey Street Chambers, Lowestoft on 9th June 1982 of R W Guymer & Sons Ltd (Investment Comapny) of Moat Farm, Kessingland


LOUISE GUYMER Generation 5

Louise Guymer born 1883 Lamesley, Suffolk the daughter of William Richard & Mary Jane (Juniper). Registered Mutford District June Quarter ref 4a 870
Louise Guymer marries Peter Hay 19th July 1917 St Peter, Ealing, Middlesex (PR 382). Louise (34 single of 59 Mount Park, Ealing) the daughter of William Richard (retired farmer) & Peter (69 wid land agent of Red House, Bawdesey, Suffolk) the son of Peter (land agent) after banns. Witnesses Frank Guymer & J W Barding
From The Times 26th July 1917 marriage 19th July at St Peters, Ealing of a Louise Guymer (late 86 Princes Street, Ipswich) to Peter Hay (of Bawdsey Suffolk)

1891 census Louise Guymer (8 bn Lamesley) living at Carlton Colville, Suffolk with parents
1901 census Louise Guymer (18 bn Lowestoft governess school) boarding at The Cottage, Brome, Suffolk with Horsman family
1911 census Louise Guymer (28 bn Lowestoft commercial travellor egg trade) living with parents at Lothing Villa, Oulton Broad


CHARLES STANLEY GUYMER Generation 5

Charles Stanley born 1887 Carlton Colville the son of William Richard & Mary Jane (Juniper). Registered Mutford District December Quarter 1887 ref 4a 897
Charles S Guymer marries Dora Barber registered Mutford District March Quarter 1919 ref 4a 1974
Charles Stanley Guymer buried22 30th October 1962 Sutton Cemetary, London. Registered aged 75 Surrey Mid E District December Quarter ref 5g 268

1891 census Charles A Guymer (3 bn Carlton Colville) living at Carlton Colville, Suffolk with parents
1901 census Charles S Guymer (13 bn Carlton Colville) living at Lothing Villa, Bridge Road, Oulton with parents
1911 census Charles Guymer (22 bn Lowestoft single coal merchant representative) boarding at 19 Dartmouth St, Milford Haven with Narbett family


RICHENDA LUCY GUYMER Generation 5

Lucy Guymer baptised 2nd May 1861 Cattton St Margaret (PR 124), daughter of Richard Guymer (lab) and Matilda (Dix). Registered as Richenda Lucy St Faiths District March Quarter 1861 ref 4b 101
Married Charles Morley Norwich District December Quarter 1882 ref 4b 451
Death of a Charles Morley aged 37 registered Mutford District March Quarter 1899 ref 4a 642

1881 census Lucy Guymer (20 bn Catton paper bag maker) living with parents at Mill Street, Lakenham, Norfolk
1901 census Lucy Morley (40 bn Old Catton widow) living at 12 Cyprus St, Norwich Lakenham with mother Matilda Gaymer (70 widow born Norwich Stoke) and children Beatrice (17 bn Norwich sack maker), Lucy (16 bn Norwich corn+), Harry (14 bn Norwich mustard packer), Charles (12 bn Lowestoft), Barbara (4 bn Lowestoft) & Richard (2 bn Lowestoft)
1911 census Richenda L Morley (50 bn Old Catton sack mender mustard manufacturer wid {crosssed out married 15 yrs, 8 of 8 children born alive still living}) living at 12 Cyprus St, Lakenham, Norwich with children Charles S (22 bn Lowestoft plumber mustard manfacturer), Barbara (14 bn Lowestoft) & Richard (12 bn Lowestoft)


ANN REBECCA GUYMER Generation 5

Ann Rebecca Guymer born Catton 23rd July 1863, baptised 11th November 1874 St John de Sepulchre, Norwich the daughter of Richard & Matilda (Dix)
Marries as Annie Rebecca to Frank Dunmore 4th December 1886 at Lakenham St Mark. Annie (21, of 12 Cyprus Street) daughter of Richard (carpenter) & Frank (23 plumber, of St Benedicts) son of Robert (deceased corn merchant). Witnesses Richard & Sophia Matilda Guymer. Registered Norwich District December Quarter 1886 ref 4b 314

1881 census Anna Guymer (17 bn Catton u/e) living with parents at Mill Street, Lakenham, Norfolk
1891 census Annie Dunmore (27 bn Norwich) living at 2 St Johns Road, Prittlewell, Essex with husband Frank (25 bn Norwich plumber) & children Lillian (3 bn Norwich), Nelly M (1 bn Southend) & Frank H (14 days bn Southend)
1901 census Annie Dunmore (37 bn Norwich) living at 2 St Johns Road, Prittlewell, Essex with husband Frank (35 bn Norwich plumber) & children Lily (13 bn Norwich), Nellie (11), Frank (10), Harry (9), Iris (8), Gladys (6), Winifred (2) & Ida (5 months). Rest of children born Southend-on- sea, Essex
1901 census Annie Dunmore (37 bn Norwich) living at 2 St Johns Road, Prittlewell, Essex with husband Frank (35 bn Norwich plumber) & children Lily (13 bn Norwich), Nellie (11), Frank (10), Harry (9), Iris (8), Gladys (6), Winifred (2) & Ida (5 months). Rest of children born Southend-on- sea, Essex
1911 census Annie R Dunmore (47 bn Norwich married 25 yurs, 9 of 11 children born alive still living) living at 8 St Johns Rd, Westcliff on Sea, Essex with husband Frank (45 bn Norwich plumber) & children Nellie (21 shop assist), Frank (20 plumber), Harry (18 electrician), Iris (17 shop assist), Gladys (15 at home), Winnie (12 school), Ada (11 school) & Roy (6 school). All children born Essex


SOPHIA MATILDA GUYMER Generation 5

Sophia Matilda Guymer born 26th October 1865 Catton the daughter of Richard & Matilda (Dix). Baptised 11th November 1874 St John de Sepulchre Norwich (IGI)
Marries Harry James Freeman Norwich District March Quarter 1887 ref 4b 216

1881 census Sophia Guymer (15 bn Catton school teacher) living with parents at Mill Street, Lakenham, Norfolk
1891 census Sophia Matilda Freeman (25 bn Old Catton) living at Constitution Place, Sprowston with husband Harry James (23 bn Norwich certificated school master) & children Lily Alice (3) & Wallace Cedric (?). Both born Sprowston
1901 census Sophia Freeman (35 bn Old Catton school mistress) living at Cringleford, Norfolk with husband Harry (35 bn St Clements, Norfolk school master) & children Lily (13) & Wallace (10) both born Sprowston


WILLIAM WALTER GUYMER Generation 5

William Guymer born Norwich c1873 the son of Richard & Matilda (Dix)
William Walter Guymer marries Ada Thurza Taylor registered Norwich District Septemeber Quarter 1899 ref 4b 320

Known children of William & Ada

Dorothy Irene GuymerBorn 1900 Norwich District Q2 4b 140
Geoffrey William Dix GuymerBorn 1909 Norwich District Q4 4b 142

Geoffrey W D Guymer marries Gladys E Cruickshank registered Norwich District June Quarter 1939 ref 4b 440. {probable children14 both registered Norwich District Janice Q2 1939 4b 232 & Andrew G Q2 1942 4b 332

1881 census William Guymer (8 bn Norwich scholar) living at Mill Street, Lakenham, Norfolk with parents
1891 census William M Guymer (18 bn Norwich gen lab) living 12 Cyprus Street, Lakenham with parents
1911 census William Walter Guymer (38 mustard worker deputy foreman) living 85a Hall Rd, Norwich with wife Ada Thurza (35 married 12 yrs, 2 of 2 children born alive still living) & children Dorothy Irene (11 school) & Geoffrey William Dix (1). All born Norwich

1911 & 1914 Jarrolds Norwich Directory:- William Walter Guymer of 85a Hall Road, Norwich
1924, 1925, 1926 & 1927 Kellys Norfolk Directory:- William W Guymer of 85a Hall Road, Norwich
1931 Kellys Norfolk Directory:- William Guymer of 85a Hall Road, Norwich

{see also William Walter Guymer at generation 3 Reepham Page}


RONALD FRANK GUYMER Generation 6

Ronald Frank Guymer born 7th June 1901 the son of Frank & Florence Mary (Rendell) registered Fulham District June Quarter ref 1a 374
A Ronald F Guymer marries14 Evelyn M Peaty registered Brentford District September Quarter 1927 ref 3a 1927 {probable children14 John A Q4 1929 2a 725 & Angela J Q4 1932 2a 702. Both Kingston District}

Probable children14 of Ronald & Evelyn, both registered Kingston District

John A GuymerBorn 15th October 192929 Q4 2a 725 (more below)
Angela J GuymerBorn 29th September 193229 Q4 2a 702

From The Times 18th April 1977 Silver Wedding 18th April 1952 Ronald Frank Guymer & Patricia Lesley (Bidstrup) of 11 Sloane Terrace Mansions, London
From The Times 20th September 1977 death of Ronald Frank (John) Guymer T.D M.D. F.R.C.P. F.R.C.S husband of Patricia Lesley and father of Tony & Jill

Record of Old Westminster 1927 Vol 1 & 2 {This refers to Westminster School}
Ronald Frank Guymer son of Frank of Mount Park Road, Ealing, Middlesex (b 7th June 1901) adm 20/04/1915 left July 1919 Trin Coll Camb matric Michaelmas 1919 B.A. 1922 (vol 1)

1930 Kelly's Kingston, Surbiton & Esher Directory:- Ronald Frank Guymer MA of Kingston Victoria Hospital, living East Croft, Gloucester Rd, Kingston Hill
1938 London Post Office Directory:- Ronald Frank Guymer MD of 10 Crawley Place, Kensington SW7
From Medical Registers:- Registered 19th May 1925, 1935 Ronald Frank Guymer of Eascroft, Gloucester Road, Kingston Hill, Surrey. 1939 of 19 Cranley Place, London SW7. 1943 of 8 Alexander Court, Queen's Gate, London SW7. 1951 of London School of Hygeine & Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street, London WC1. 1959 of 1 Witton House, 87 Knightsbridge, London SW1

From The Times 15th May 1925 Dr RF Guymer elected to Royal College of Surgeons, Cambs & St Thomas
From The Times 7th June 1926 MA degree conferred at Cambridge RF Guymer
From The Times 18th October 1929 a son to Dr & Mrs RF Guymer at Kingston Hill, Surrey on 15th October
From The Times 19th November 1932 Degree conferred RF Guymer M.D. Trinity, Cambridge
From The London Gazette 23rd May 1939, Ronald Frank Guymer MD (late Cadet Corpl Westminster Sch Contgt Jun Div O.T.C.) to be Lt Royal Army Medical Corp 1st April 1939
From The Times 16th October 1945 from local war committee Dr RF Guymer from has resumed practice at 8 Alexandra Court, Queen's Gate, London
From The London Gazette 24th February 1950 Royal Army Medical Corp, Maj (acting Col) R F Guymer MD (87644) to be Col 11th April 1949
From The London Gazette 4th March 1955 Col R F Guymer TD MD (87644) ceases to to belong to the TA Res of Officers 29th January 1955 retaining the hon rank of Lt-Col
From The Times 27th May 1976 Mr RF Guymer admitted as member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England

From UK Outward Passenger Lists 1890-1960:- Ronald Guymer (doctor English) departs Southampton 21st April 1950 bound for New York aboard United States Lines "America". Of 50 Pall Mall
Evelyn Guymer (bn 11.08.00 English housewife) departs Liverpool 30th August 1957 bound for Montreal aboard Pacific Steamships "Empress of Britain". Of Briar Cottage, Dukes Rd, Lindfield, Sussex. Last & intended country of residence, England
From New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957:- Ronald F Guymer (48) arrived in New York 28th April 1950 from Southampton aboard the "SS America". Destination, Rockefeller Foundation, NY
From UK Incoming Passenger Lists 1878-1960:- Ronald F Guymer (bn 7th June 1901 physician British) arrived Southampton 10th August 1960 aboard SS United States from New York. Proposed address in UK 1 Wilton House, 187 Knightsbridge, London SW1
21st February 1958. In a letter to The Times, Dr R F Guymer address given as 71 Lombard Street, London EC3 {address of Lloyds' Bank head office}

From Moravia New York Rebublican Register Dr R F Guymer mentioned as expert on British industrial health
Obituary in The Times 19th September 1977
Dr Ronald Frank Guymer who died on September 15, quietly but effectively played a leading role in the development of industrial health in the post 1945 years. For many years chief medical officer to Lloyds Bank, he was well known and appreciated in the City and banking circles, and was a Fellow of and much appreciated lecturer in the Institue of Bankers. A Cambridge graduate who took his clinical training at St Thomas's Hospital, he in due course became lecturer in industrial diseases at his old hospital and at St Bartholomew's Hospital, as well as the Royal Army Medical College, Millbank. This last appointment he particularly appreciated, having been a keen territorial all his life, ending up as a colonel and being awarded the TD.
At different times he served on the World Health Organisation international committee on joint medical services, the University of London public health engineering advisory committee, and the International Commission on Occupational Health, thus demonstrating not only his versatility and the scope of his wide interests in medicine, but also the international reputation he had achieved in his special field. A gift for getting on with people, combined with an attractive personality, made him an ideal committee man, with a shrewd mind that could quickly penetrate to the root of a problem
He is survived by his wife, Dr Lesley Bidsrup, whom he married in 1952 and who was well known in the field of industrial medicine

From UK Outward Passenger Lists 1890-1960:- Angela Guymer (bn 29.09.1932 UK citizen physiotherapist) departs Southampton 17th October 1956 bound for New York. Of 2a Tongdean Road, Hove, Sussex. Country of last permanent residnece England. Intended future residence USA


FLORENCE MURIEL GUYMER Generation 6

Florence Muriel Guymer born 1903 the daughter of Frank & Florence Mary (Rendell) registered Fulham District December Quarter ref 1a 350
1st June 1914 a Florrie Guymer & Sidney Walter Lincoln witnesses3 to the marriage of John Rice & Maud Martha Davie at Catton St Margaret
From The Times 29th September 1923 Marriage 27th September of Dr Percival Frederick Bishop son of Rev Francis Bishop (deceased) of Holy Trinity, Torquay & Florence Muriel Guymer daughter of Mr & Mrs Frank Guymer of Kilrie, Montpeller Road, Ealing. Registered Brentford District Q3 Quarter 1923 ref 3a 274
From The Times 13th August 1924 birth of a son to Molly Bishop (nee Guymer) & Dr PF Bishop on 10th August of "Keston", East Acton Lane


ERNEST WILLIAM RENDELL GUYMER Generation 6

Ernest William Rendall Guymer Born 18th May 1907 the son of Frank & Florence Mary (Rendell) registered Brentford District June Quarter ref 3a 167
From The Times 19th September 1932 Ernest William Rendell Guymer marries Olive Joan Warner at All Saints Church, Ealing. Ernest of Kingston Hill, Surrey & Olive of Grange Road, Ealing. Registered Brentford District September Quarter 1932 ref 3a 318
From The Times 27th May 1976 Ruby Wedding (married 14th September 1932) of Tubby (Bill) Guymer & Joan of 9 Brett Avenue, Takapuna 9, New Zealand
Ernest William Guymer dies13 in 1987 in New Zealand (BDM 1987/45105)
Olive Guymer dies13 in 1996 in New Zealand (BDM/40277)

Record of Old Westminster 1927 Vol 1 & 2 {This refers to Westminster School}
Ernest William Rendell Guymer brother of Ronald Frank (b May 18 1907) adm 23/09/1920, left July 1925 (vol 1)

1939 Kelly's Directory of Wiltshire;- Rev Ernest William Rendell Guymer MA, rector at The Rectory, Stanton St Quinton, Chippenham

From The Times 26th November 1932 EWR Guymer Ridley Hall passed part II Genreal Ordination Exam
From The Times 8th October 1936 Stillborn child to EWR Guymer & Joan (nee Warner) at Streatham Nursing Home. Of 26 Canford Lane, Bristol
From The London Gazette 27th October 1939 Chaplain's Branch (RAF?) The Rev Ernest William Rendell Guymer BA (75349)
From The London Gazette 22nd July 1960 The Rev Ernest William Rendall Guymer appointed to the Rectory of the Parish of St Martin
From The Times 30th October 1960 Rev EWR Guymer rector of St Martin's Jersey to be Dean of Waiapu, New Zealand
From The London Gazette 17th November 1961 The Rev Ernest William Rendall Guymer resigns from the Rectory of the Parish of St Martin, Island of Jersey

From UK Outward Passenger Lists 1890-1960:-
Olive J Guymer (39 housewife English) departs Southampton 4th October 1947 bound for New York aboard Cunard White Star Line "Queen Mary". Of 250 Brampton Rd, SW3. Intended permanent residence, England
Ernet Guymer (bn 18.05.07 chaplain) departs London 14th August 1958 bound for New Zealand aboard Shaw Saville Line "Gothic" together with wife Olive J (bn 27.02.08 houswife). Both English of Clifford House, Shalford nr Guildford. Country of last permanent residence Lebanon. Coun ty of intended permanent residence, New Zealand

From UK Incoming Passenger Lists 1878-1960:- Ernest Guymer (born 18th May 1907 chaplain) & Olive Guymer (born 27th February 1908 housewife) arrives London 27th October 1960 aboard Himalaya from Vancouver, BC. Last permanent address, New Zealand, proposed address in UK for 1 week, Summercourt Park Rd, Banstead, Surrey. Intended destination, Chanel Islands. Both UK citizens
From New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957:- Olive J Guymer (39 h-wife English bn London) arrives New York 9th October 1947 from Southampton aboard "Queen Mary". Last permanent address London


MAURICE JUNIPER GUYMER Generation 6

Maurice Juniper Guymer born 29th August 1914 the son of Frank & Florence Mary (Rendell). Registered Brentford District September Quarter 1914 ref 3a 348
From orbituary in The London Times Death of Maurice Juniper Guymer OBE 26th January 1985 aged 70

Record of Old Westminster 1927 Vol 1 & 2 {This refers to Westminister school}
Maurice Juniper Guymer brother of Ronald Frank (b 29th August 1914) adm 20/09/1927 (vol 2)

From The Times 28th February 1931 MJ Guymer Law Society preliminary results
1959-1960 Maurice J Guymer Mayor of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames
From The Times 12th September 1960 Mr M J Guymer appointed Deputy Lieutenant for Surrey
From The Times 9th November 1966 Mr Maurice Guymer magistrate Marylebone Magistrates Court
From The Times 2nd June 1967 MJ Guymer became Stipendiary Magistrate
From The Times 2nd June 1977 Mr Maurice Guymer magistrate Camberwell Green Magistrates Court


ROBERT RICHARD GUYMER Generation 6

Robert Richard Guymer born 1906 the son of Ralph Richard & Ada Elise (Cooper). Registered Newmarket District December Quarter ref 3b 450
Robert R Guymer marries Ruth H Wallis registered Bromley District September Quarter 1939 ref 2a 624
Cremation22 5th December 1980 Cambridge Crem Robert Richard Guymer

Probable children14 of Robert & Ruth

Jane E GuymerBorn 1947 Bromley District Q1 ref 5b 265
Richard W GuymerBorn 1948 Bromley District Q3 5b 117

1911 census Richard Guymer (4 bn Newmarket) living 2 Mizpah Coattage, Oulton Broad, Suffolk with parents


JOHN A GUYMER Generation 7

John A Guymer born 15th October 192929 the son of Ronald Frank & Evelyn M (Peaty). Registered Kensington District December Quarter ref 2a 725
John A Guymer marries Jane S Thompson registered Kensington District September Quarter 1956 ref 5c 2598

Known child14 of John & Jane

Richard A GuymerBorn 8th January 195629 Nottingham District Q1 3c 406

From UK outgoing Passenger Lists 1890-1960:-
John A Guymer (bn 15.10.59 assistant group production controller) departs Liverpool 16th April 1957 aboard Canadian Pacific Sreamships "Empress of France" together with wife Jane S (bn 21.04.34 housewife) & son Richard A (bn 08.01.56). All English & of 23 Argyll Rd, Kensington, London W8. Last permanent address England. Intended future permanent address Canada
Jane S Guymer (bn 21.05.34 married housewife) departs Manchester 21st August 1959 bound for Montreal aboard Manchester Lines "Manchester Spinner" together with son Richard A (bn 08.01.56). Both of 3 Argyll Rd, Kensington, London W8 with Great Britain passports. Last permanent & intended future permanent address Canada


Catton events to which I can't find a definate link

Burial 25th June 1810 Mary Ann Gymer inf (FreeReg)
Burial 25th August 1811 Mary Ann Gymer inf (FreeReg)
Burial 25th July 1821 Lucy Guymer infant
Burial 15th November 1827 Eliza Guymer aged 1
Burial 27 Mar 1836 Sarah Guymer aged 73 (PR334)

From Morning Chronicle 18th September 1837 Gymer mentioned at inquest into the shooting of a WG Moore by a gentleman in a gig near the George & Dragon, Catton
From Ipswich Journal 13th January 1888 Lowestoft County Court WT Smith (Oulton) v R Guymer. Claim for value of fixtures. Judgement given to the plaintiff
1883 Eyre Norwich Directory Mrs Guymer carpenter of Old Catton
1888 Kelly's Directory. Mrs Guymer of Old Catton, Norwich. Court Directory List
1892 Kellys Directory of Norfolk, Suffolk & Cambs part 2 (Norfolk) Mrs Guymer living at Grove Road, Catton
1896 & 1905 Jarrolds Norwich Directory:- Miss Gooch Guymer living at Catton
1841 census Maria Guymer (15 bn Norfolk) living at Hall, Catton
1841 census Lydia Guymer (21 bn Catton unm housemaid)


NORWICH

THOMAS GYMER

Burial of An Gymer 4th June 1646 St James Pockthorpe wife of Tho
Possible 2nd marriage to Amy. Burial Amy Gymor 12th November 1652 wife of Tho

Children of Tho & An. All baptised Norwich Norwich St Martin at Palace

Rob GymerBapt 29th September 1633 of Tho
Tho GymerBapt 28th December 1634 of Tho
Tho GymorBapt 15th July 1638 of Tho & An


WILLIAM GYMOR

Children of Willam Gymor & ?. All events Norwich St James Pockthorpe (from IGI eccept burials) all of Wm

Jn GymorBapt 23rd Septmber 1649. Burial John Gymore 23rd September 1649 of Wm
Wm GymorBapt 2nd March 1650. Burial Wm Gymor 2nd March 1650 of Wm
Amy GymorBapt 12th November 1652


JOHN GIMER

John Gymer marries Alice Cook 22nd July 1701 St Gregory

Children of John Gimer & Alice

John GimerBapt 1st December 1706 St Peter Southgate (IGI). Burial of a John Gymer aged 47 December 1750 St Gregory
William GimerBapt 6th November 1709 St Gregory (IGI)
Alice GimerBapt 20th March 1715 St Gregory


WILLIAM GIMER

Children of Willam Gimer & Hannah. Baptised Norwich Old Meeting Place unless stated (from IGI)

Samuell GimerBapt 15th November 1714
William GimerBapt 19th July 1717
Isaac GuymerBapt 14th December 1723 Norwich Octagon Presbyterian son of Willm (weaver) & Hannah. Of St Peters Hungate


THOMAS GYMER

Tho Gymer marries Judith Sancroft 29th December 1719 Norwich St James Pockthorpe, groom a widow
A Thomas Gymer, married man buried12 22nd March 1736/37 Norwich St Michael Coslany

Children of Thomas Gymer & Judith. All baptised Norwich St Michael Coslany

Thomas Gymerborn 13th May 1722 bapt 14th May 1722 bur 30th May
Elizabeth GymerBapt 4th April 1724 bur 29th April ??
Thomas GymerBapt 6th July 1725 bur 29th April ?? (IGI)


ROBERT GYMER

From Public Advertiser 1st July 1771 Camarthen Circuit:- Death notice On Thursday at her apartment in Russell Court Mrs Gymer relict of of the late Robert Gymer of Norwich

Children of Robert & Jane. All baptised Norwich St Peter Mancroft

Robert GymerBapt 22nd April 1739
William GymerBapt 20th August 1740
Jenny GymerBapt 4th October 1742
Fanny GymerBapt 14th March 1743/44
Charles GymerBapt 22nd September 1746

21st September 1736 from Freemen of Norwich 1714-1752 Edward Brown apprentice to Robert Gymer
From Daily Advertiser 19th October 1743 Lost at Hodden, Herts 2 silver watches, the name of Robert Gymer, Norwich. 5 guineas reward for the return

From General Evening Post 4th July 1776 marriage at Bloomsbury Church of Fanny Gymer, daughter of the late ?? Gymer of Norwich & William Kendrick Esq L.L.D.

From UK, Register of Duties Paid for Apprentices' Indentures, 1710-1811:- Master Robert Gymer of Norwich, watchmaker. Payment date 30th March 1741. Apprentice Edmd Houghton

Norwich Freemen
24th October 1741 William Gymer, worstead weaver, son of Robert, watchmaker
5th October 1771 Charles Gymer, worstead weaver, son of Robert, watchmaker

From UK & US Directories (ancestry.com) 1680-1830
1751-1775 Norwich William Gymer merchant commerce in 1766 subscribed to Arithmetical Collections and Improvements; being a complete system of practical arithmatic, 1766 BIRKS, John. London. Subject Science/technology
1751-1775 Norwich William Gymer in 1766 Subscribed to An Essay Towards reconciling the Numbers of Daniel and St John, Determing the Birth of our Saviour, And fixing a precise Time for the Continuance of the Present Desolution of the Jews; with Some Conjectures and Calculations, Pointing out the Year 1764, to have been one of the Most remarkable Epochas in History. By the Rev George Burton MA Rector of Elden and Herringswell, Suffolk, 1766, BURTON, George. Norwich. Subject: religion
From Gentleman's Magazine September 1767 W Gymer Norwich merchant bankrupt
From London Evening Post 19th September 1767 Guildhall London William Gymer of Norwich, merchant at the house of Jonathan Gleed hearing? 21st November 1767 at Common gaol or prison Great Yarmouth
From British Evening Post 23rd July 1768 mention of partnership between William Guymer & ?? Marten of Norwich
From UK, Register of Duties Paid for Apprentices' Indentures, 1710-1811:- Master William Gymer of Norage, worstead weaver. Payment date 12th November 1764. Apprentice Joseph Pendling



GEORGE GYMER

George Gymer born c1789 Norwich
George Guymer marries Ann Rix 25th December 1820 at Litcham All Saints. Both of Litcham. Witnesses John & Sophia Smith

Children of George & Ann. All events Litcham, father a shoemaker

Martha Rose GuymerBapt 25th December 1822 (PR214)
George GymerBapt 5th December 1824 (PR261). Buried 4th February 1827 inf (PR146)

1841 census George Guymer (50 shoemaker) living at South Street, Litcham with wife Ann (50) & daughter Martha (18). All born Norfolk
1851 census George Gymer (62 bn Norwich shoemaker) living at Sedgeford Lane, Kings Lynn with wife Ann (60 bn Litcham), daughter Martha Jones (28 bn Litcham dressmaker) & granchildren Maria (7), Thos (3) & Emma (1). All children Jones & born Lynn

Martha Guymer marries Thomas Jones 12th January 1845 Kings Lynn St Margarets (PR 447). Martha (22) the daughter of George (shoe maker) & Thomas (25 mariner) the son of Joseph (lab). Both of Sedgeford Lane. Witnesses Michael John Douglas & William Plowright. Registerd Kings Lynn District June Quarter 1845 ref 13 299

1861 census Martha McMillan (38 bn Litcham book binder wid head) living at King Street, Bishopwearmouth, Sunderland with children Maria (17 book binder), Thomas (14 cordwainer) & Emma I (11 scholar). All children surname Jones & born Lynn

Birth registered Maria Guymer Kings Lynn District September Quarter 1843 ref 13 176
Marriage registered Maria Guymer & Henry Charles Bond Sunderland District September Quarter 1863 ref 10a 536
1871 census Maria A Bond (27 bn Lynn profesional singer) living at 23 William Street, Sunderland with husband Henry C (38 bn Nottingham profesional actor)
1881 census Maria Bond (38 bn Lynn profesional singer marr) boarding at East Cross Street, Bishopwearmouth


WILLIAM GUYMER

William Guymer born c1845 Norwich
William Gymer marries Julia Murphy (born c1848 Bandon, Ireland) 23rd January 1876 at The Parish Church, Gravesend (PR 412) after banns. William (lab) the son of James (lab) & Julia the daughter of William (lab). Both of singele, signed, of FA & OTP. Witnesses Mary ---gment & John -ettlingham. Registered March Quarter 1876 Gravesend District ref 2a 505
Probably emigrates to United States

Children of William & Julia

Gertrude GuymerBorn c1878
Walter John GuymerBorn 1880. Registered Q2 N Aylesford 2a 500
Charles GuymerBorn c1896 Gravesend

1881 census William Guymer (35 bn Norwich lab cement) living at Stone Bridge Road, Northfleet, Kent with wife Julia (32 bn Bandon, Ireland) & children Gertrude (2) & Walter J (1 month). Both born Northfleet
1891 census Gertrude Guymer (13 bn Northfleet) boarding with brothers Walter John (11 bn Gravesend) & Charles (5 bn Gravesend) at 14 College Street, Northfleet, Kent with Joseph & Helen (bn Ireland) Shea their children & 2 further visitors

IGI has a Gertrude Guymer, born England (of John & Julia {Murphy}) marrying 3rd December 1905 to Salvator V Peterson in Manhattan, New York & a further Gertrude Guymer, born Gravesend, Kent (of William & Julia {Murphy}) marrying 7th September 1896 to Daniel J Connors, also in Manhattan


Other Norwich matters with no connection as yet:-

A William Gymer alias Gimer born Norwich served in the 22nd Foot Regiment 1798-1818. Discharged aged 32. GRO ref WO 97/421/52. Possibly the son of William & Mary above of Catton

From Great Yarmouth Borough Council, Town Clerk's Dept:-
20th October 1653 Settlement Bond. William Gymer lately of Norwich, miller, William Kirckman of same, miller, and Thomas Peele of Great Yarmouth, wherryman, in 40. Maintenance of Peele, wife and children (NRO MF 687/3)

From The London Gazette 8th June 1725 Prisoners now in custody of the Sherriffs of Norwich in the Common Prison who are to appear at the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace to be holden at Midsummer next at the Guildhall:- John Gymer, late of St Giles, Norwich, worsted weaver

From Norwich City Council, Town Clerk's Deeds 4th February 1768:-
Property known as 16, Catherine Wheel Opening, in the Parish of St Augustine. Assignment in trust to attend the inheritance & release of Right. Gardiner , by direction of Mary Ann Seckar to Joseph Summer & William Gymer

Norwich Freemen
19th June 1775 George Gymer, upholsterer

From UK, Register of Duties Paid for Apprentices' Indentures, 1710-1811:-
Master James Girling cordw of Norwich, apprenctice Will Gymer, son of Will. Payment date 31st July 1741
Master John Langton weaver of Norwich, apprenctice Will Gymer. Payment date 19th July 1755

From file of Inquest Papers No. 77 Pamela Snowley, age 2, 9 May 1824, Catton She was left by Mrs Guymer in her kitchen as she had been before, and ventured too close of the fire and her clothes caught fire. Verdict: Accidental death (NRO cat ref DCN 82/9)

Baptism 7th February 1624 St Peter Southgate Martha Gymer of William (IGI)
Baptism 15th April 1716 Sarah Gymer St Michael Coslany of Tho & Ann (born 14th)
Baptism5 17th April 1720 Norwich Octagon Unitarian Chapel Josiah Gymer of Timothy (comber) & Mary of St Lawrence
Baptism 14th December 1723 Norwich Octagon Presbyterian Isaac Guymer of Willm (weaver) & Hannah of St Peter Hungate
Baptism 26h March 1727 St Gregory Eliza Gymer of William & Ann
Baptism 9th March 1729 St John the Baptist, Timberhill John Guymer base child of Mary
Baptism 29th May 1744 St Michael Coslany Ann Gymar of Sarah
Baptism 20th August 1767 (born 14th Aug) St Andrew Martin Dynes Gymer of William & Frances {buried as Martin Daines Gymer at Great Yarmouth St Nicholas 1767 of William & Frances. A Frances Gymer buried Great Yarmouth St Nicholas 1779}
Baptisms 30th March 1800 William Harmer & 4th July 1802 Thomas Harmer Norwich St George Colegate sons of William & Mary(Gymer)
Baptism 12th July 1812 St Peter Mancroft (born 8th) Sarah Syer the daughter of John & Sarah (Gymer)

Marriage 9th July 1632 St Stephen Thomas Gymer & Debra Robbards (IGI)
Marriage 3rd October 1681 St James Pockthorpe Sus Gimer & Jn Crotch (IGI)
Marriage 29th November 1684 St Andrew John Gymer (of Marsham) & Elizabeth Cotts PR 1337
Marriage 17th April 1688 St Michael at Plea William Gymer & Priscilla Ward (IGI)
Marriage 31st May 1688 St Michael at Plea Nicholous Gymer & Anne Pigg
Marriage 19th June 1688 St Gregory Thomas Gymer & Margaret Dennys
Marriage 4th September 1706 St Stephen Catharine Gymar & Thomas Roll
Marriage 17th November 1707 St Mary Coslany Kathrin Gaymer & John Roope (IGI) {Phillimores has Rooke}
Marriage 8th August 1730 St Michael at Thorn Tomisine Gaymer & Robert Mayhew (IGI)
Marriage 17th April 1738 St Michael at Plea William Gymer & Priscilla Ward
Marriage 25th December 1741 St Mary in the Marsh Alice Gymer & Richd Spenceley
Marriage3 16th August 1756 St Stephen Jenny Gymer & John Rockwood. Witnesses George Miller & Mary Barwick (PR 49)
Marriage 1766 Great Yarmouth St Nicholas of William Gymer (of Norwich St Andrews) & Francis Martin {FreeReg}
Marriage3 29th September 1794 St Peter Mancroft Sarah Guymer & James N(M)ail of Sparham (PR 645). Witnesses Willm Guymer & Reb G(au)rner
Marriage 18th March 1804 St Augustine Ed Guymer & Edith (Elizabeth) Blake
Marriage 4th April 1815 St George Jane Gymer & Thomas Carlton both widows
Marriage 7th May 1815 St Saviour John Gymer & Susanna Frost both widows
Marriage 20th May 1819 St George Colegate William Gymer & Elizabeth Warner
Marriage 30th January 1825 St Mary Coslany William Gymer & Elizabeth Pummell
Marriage 24th September 1829 St Clement (PR 295) Pleasance Guymer & Hide Warnett. Both widows. Witnesses Nathaniel Beales & George N Stewdardson
Marriage 11th November 1830 St Giles Elizabeth Gymer & John Beverly (PR 253). Witnesses James Gall & Elizabeth Markant. {From censuses Elizabeth born c1813 Norwich. 1851 living Boston, Lincs, 1861 Melford, Suffolk & 1871 living Moston, Lancs}
Marriage 4th December 1836 St George Colegate Frances Gymmer & Samuel Anderson
Marriage 24th October 1841 Norwich St Benedicts of Susanna Dade (daughter of John Gymer lab) & William King, hairdresser? (PR 22). Both of full age, widows & of the Bee Hive Inn. Witnesses George & Eliz Ellen Ames
Marriage 4th June 1843 St Michael Coslany Elizabeth Gymer (wid daughter of Charles Warnes) & Philip Bcaon
Marriage 17th April 1857 St Mary in the Marsh Maria Gaymore (of Robert, lab) & John Erlot Sayer (PR 65)
Marriage 16th June 1861 St Peter Palmegate Maria Gymer (wid) nee Roberts & John Andrews
Marriage 16th December 1867 St Martin at Oak William Guymer (30 gardener son of James, lab otp) & Eleanor Mary Cowles (PR 319)
Marriage12 1st January 1903 Norwich St Augustine Harriet Guymer & Arthur John Olley {Norwich District Q1 1903 4b 193}
Marriage 31st July 1904 St Helen, Norwich Eliza Gymer (28 daughter of John lab) & William Edwards (28 son of William porter) Eliza OTP, groom of New Catton. Wit Jonathan Jackson & Ethel Fredick (PR 178) {Norwich District Q3 1904 4b 255}

2nd May 1805 Sarah Gymer & Saml Prentice witnesses3 to marriage of William Sizeland & Margaret Self at Norwich St Peter Mancroft (PR 893)
2nd November 1827 William Gymer & Nathaniel Beales witnesses3 to marriage of William Anderson & Ann Warnes (PR 253)
11th November 1830 Elizabeth Gymer & John Beverly witnesses3 to marriage of James Gall & Elizabeth Markant at Norwich St Giles (PR 253)
27th January 1836 Francis Gymer & Nathaniel Stewardson witnesses3 to marriage of James Reeder & Margaret Allen at Norwich St James Pockthorpe (PR 536)

Burial5 19th April 1724 William Geymer Norwich St Augustine
Burial 3rd June 1800 Edmund Gymer aged 76 Norwich St Stephen (PR 13) a married man
Burial 24th January 1825 Elizabeth Guymer aged 39 Norwich St Stephen

BRUNDALL

13th January 1929 Ethel Irene Guymer & Gerald Herbert Baker witnesses5 to marriage of Donald Herbert BARKER & Doris Maude Pilch. {Birth Ethel Irene Guymer reg Norwich District Q2 1902 ref 4b 141}


COSTESSY ST EDMUND

Baptism5 1st July 1794 Susanna Drake the daughter of Francis & Susanna (nee Guymer)

Burial 5th February 1823 Martin Guymer aged 24 of Costessy (PR 157). {possibly connected to Stody/Easton page}


DRAYTON

Alfred George Guymer marries Ellen Clarke 6th October 1884 Postwick All Saints (PR 98). Alfred (20 lab) the son of Alfred George (lab) & Ellen (20 servant) the daughter of Robert (lab). Both of Postwick, single & signed. Witnesses Walter Clarke & Emma George. Blofield District December Quarter 1884 ref 4b 525

Children of Alfred & Ellen (Alice), all baptised Drayton St Margaret (from FreeReg) & all registrations St Faiths District (except Alfred George)

Alfred George GuymerBorn 14th December 1887, bapt Lakenham St Mark 13th February 1887, father coal porter of Portland Pl. Norwich District Q3 1887 4b 137
Walter GuymerBorn 10th April 1889, bapt 18th October 1889 (PR196). Q2 4b 99. Buried aged 13 mths 30th May 1890 (PR577). Q2 1890 4b 62 aged 1
Ernest Walter GuymerBorn 20th October 1890, bapt 13th February 1891 (PR210). Q4 1890 4b 84
Sidney Arthur GuymerBorn 25th July 1892, bapt 28th October 1892 (PR234). Q4 1892 4b 104
Edward James GuymerBorn 16th January 1894, bapt 16th March 1894 (PR251). Q3 1894 4b 319. Burial Edmund James aged 7 mths 31st August 1894 (PR600). Q3 4b 54 aged 0
Bertram Robert GuymerBorn 21st April 1897, bapt 24th August 1897 (PR319). Q2 1897 4b 104. Burial Benahm Robert aged 10 mths 10th February 1898 (PR628) Death Bertram Robert Q1 1898 4b 85 aged 0
William Robert GuymerBorn 26th January 1898, bapt 25th July 1898. Q3 1898 4b 96. Buried 19th August 1899 aged 14mths (PR643). Q3 1899 4b 65 aged 1

1901 census family surname is George & living Drayton, Norfolk. Alfred snr is probably the son of Alfred George & Emily Gymer as at generation 4 on Martham page

Alfred, Walter & Ernest are shown as sons of Alfred George & Ellen whilst the last four are shown as children of Alfred & Alice. Occupation for Alfred for all baptisms (except Alfred) is carter. I cannot find a death of Ellen or re-marriage of Arthur nor anything on the censuses


HEIGHAM ST BARTHOLOMEW

Baptism 18th October 1806 (born 14th) Frederick Syer the son of John & Sarah (Gymer)
Baptism 23rd April 1809 (born 19th) Fenwell? Syer the son of John & Sarah (Gymer)

Marriage 6th January 1806 Sarah Gymer (of Heigham) & John Sayer (of St Peter Mancroft). Both signed & single. Witnesses Elizabeth Bone & Isaac Tillyard

Burial 3rd November 1828 Norwich St Giles (PR 711) of John Gymer aged 4 of Heigham


HORSHAM ST FAITHS

1841 census Edmund Gimer (75 ag lab) living Bill Street with Frances Spanton (20)
Burial Edward Guymer aged 73 of The Poor House 30th October 1844 Horsham St Faiths. Death Edward Guymer registered St Faiths District Q4 1844 ref 13 80


SPROWSTON & BEESTON

Marriage 19th May 1770 Edmund Gimer & Mary Richman
Marriage 3rd January 1797 Martha Gimer & Joseph Codling


TAVERHAM ST EDMUND

See Reepham

Marriage 12th October 1757 Taverham of Edmund Gymer & Martha Lingwood by banns. Winesses Martha & Jane Lingwood & William Wild

Baptism 24th December 1758 John Gymer son of John & Martha (Lingwood)


Sources:-
3:- FreeReg
5:- NFHS Transcripts
13:- Winston Guymer
14:- FreeBMD
22:- Deceased On-Line
29:- UK Outgoing Passenger Lists 1890-1960

Reasearcher into the Hipper name in Catton Chris Haines

Map of St Faiths Registration District 1836

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