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John CHURCHMAN
(1741-1819)
Mercy PATMAN
(Abt 1737-1803)
James CHURCHMAN
(1772-1844)
Elizabeth PAIN
(1773-1831)
James CHURCHMAN
(1799-1879)

 

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Rhoda WINTERFORD

James CHURCHMAN 38,49

  • Born: 7 Feb 1799, Sawston, Cambridge, England 38,49
  • Christened: 12 May 1799, Sawston, Cambridge, England 38
  • Marriage: Rhoda WINTERFORD on 30 Jul 1826 in Sawston, Cambridge, England
  • Died: Dec 1879, Linton, Cambridgeshire, England at age 80 323
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James CHURCHMAN was christened on 12 May 1799, in St Mary's Church in Sawston, Cambridge, England.

He worked as a Labourer in 1848 in Sawston, Cambridge, England. 189



James CHURCHMAN was present on the evening of the 1851 British Census on Sunday 31st March in Sawston, Cambridge, England. 55 James CHURCHMAN was recorded as being 53 years old, a widower, an Agricultural Labourer, born in Sawston, and head of the household at:
Morley's Yard, Sawston.
Also present was his daughter,
Anne 16 years old, born in Sawston.



He resided at Morley's Yard in 1851 in Sawston, Cambridge, England. 55



He worked as an Agricultural Labourer in 1851 in Sawston, Cambridge, England. 55 Stockings, breeches, wide-cut shirt, waistcoat, jacket and hat were the common attire at the turn of the 19th century.
By about 1840, working men were wearing full length trousers. Collarless shirts and waistcoats remained, though the wearing of coloured handkerchiefs tied round the neck became more common. Nearly all men wore hats, the designs of which altered frequently.

The young labourer pictured is wearing a smock, perhaps the countryside's most distinctive garment. Smocks were not worn by every countryman, and the smocks of those that did would vary in material, colour and in length. The embroidered patterns on the breast were added to the smock designs during the 19th century.



He resided at [151] Mill Lane in 1861 in Sawston, Cambridge, England. 38



James CHURCHMAN was present on the evening of 2 April for the 1861 Census in Sawston, Cambridge, England.
James CHURCHMAN was 63 years old, a widower, and living in his son, Peter's, household.



He worked as an Agricultural Labourer in 1861 in Sawston, Cambridge, England. 38



James CHURCHMAN was present on the evening of the 1871 British Census on Sunday 2nd April in Sawston, Cambridge, England. 44 James CHURCHMAN was recorded as being 72 years old, widower, born in Sawston, a Parish Pauper, and living at;
[206] Alms Houses, Sawston.

He resided at [206] Alms Houses in 1871 in Sawston, Cambridge, England. 44


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James married Rhoda WINTERFORD, daughter of John WINTERFORD and Elizabeth HOUSDEN, on 30 Jul 1826 in Sawston, Cambridge, England. (Rhoda WINTERFORD was born in 1793 in Duxford, Cambridgeshire, England 198,324, christened on 3 Feb 1793 in Duxford, Cambridgeshire, England 49,324 and died in Sep 1837 in Sawston, Cambridge, England 198,324.)



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