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THE MYNOTT FAMILY OF CAMBRIDGESHIRE

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1 JOHN MYNOTT c1719-1777

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Married Mary Willings in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire on 01/10/1739.

Their children:

John 1739 (c) 19/09/1739
Robert 1741(c) 14/03/1741
Mary 1744 (c) 11/11/1744
William 1746 (c) 10/11/1746
James 1749 (c) 11/08/1749
Sarah 1751 (c) 15/09/1751
Henry 1753 (c) 22/07/1753
Ann 1756 (c) 17/10/1756

Died in Shudy Camps in and was buried on 02/03/1777 in St Mary's Church.

Mary died in Shudy Camps in 1794 and was buried there on 03/08/1794.


THE NEXT GENERATION: 2


Children of John & Mary


2 JOHN MYNOTT 1739-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened on 9/01/1739.


3+ ROBERT MYNOTT 1741-1833

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened on 14/03/1741.

Married Anne Rawlinson (Rollinson)(b 1753 in Withersfield, Suffolk) on 05/01/1769 in Withersfield.

Their children:

Ann 1769 (c)07/05/1769
Frances 1770(c)30/09/1770
Sarah1773 (c) 25/07/1773
Sarah1775 (c) 22/04/1775
John 1777 (c) 03/08/1777
Robert 1779

Anne died in Shudy Camps in 1816 nd was buried there on 03/5/1816.

Robert died in Shudy Camps in 1833 and was buried there on 10/03/1833.


4 MARY MYNOTT 1744-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened on 11/11/1744.


5+ WILLIAM MYNOTT 1746-1775

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened on 16/11/1746.

Married Mary Nun.

Their children:

Mary 1740
Henry 1773

Died in Withersfield, Suffolk in 1775.


6+ JAMES MYNOTT 1749-1819

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened on 11/02/1749.

Married Dinah Bunting, (B abt 1752 in Horesheath, Cambs) on 16/03/1773 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire. The witnesses at their wedding were Richard Willings and Elizabeth Bayns.

Their children:

James 1773 (c) 05/09/1773
Mary 1775 (c) 09/09/1775
William1778 (c) 08/03/1778
Thomas1780 (c) 25/06/1780
Sarah1783(c) 18/05/1783
Henry1785 (c) 15/05/1785
Dinah1787(c) 30/12/1787
John 1790(c) 05/09/1790
Robert1793 (c) 28/04/1793
Ann 1796(c) 21/03/1796

James died in Horseheath in 1819 and was buried there on 17/11/1819.

Dinah died in Linton Union Workhouse on 29/08/1844. She was a resident there in 1841. She was buried in Horseheath on 01/09/1844.


7+ SARAH MYNOTT 1751-1829

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened on 15/09/1751.

Married Thomas Pollard (b 1853 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) in West Wickham on 26/01/1779. The witnesses at the wedding were Robert Adkins and John Lofts (loftus).

Their children:

Sarah 1779
Ann 1782
John1785
Elizabeth1789

Thomas died in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire in 1825. He was buried at West Wickham on 11/05/1825. There was an outbreak of typhus in West Wickham in 1825.

Sarah died in West Wickham in 1829 and was buried there on 8/11/1829.


8 HENRY MYNOTT 1753-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened on 22/07/1753.


9+ ANN MYNOTT 1756-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened on 17/10/1756.

Married James Chadwick (b abt. 1755 in Newport, Essex) in Shudy Camps on 27/12/1784.

Their children:

James 1786
Ann 1789
Marianne 1791
William1793(c) 10/11/1793
Sarah 1795
Elizabeth1798

THE NEXT GENERATION: 3


Children of Robert & Anne: grand children of John & Mary


10+ ANN MYNOTT 1769 - 17/06/1866

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 07/05/1769.

Married Pamphillion Lindsell in Shudy Camps on 17/01/1797.

Their children:

William 1798
Robert1799
Sarah18014
Matthew1804
William1805
Marianne1808
Thomas1810
Susannah1813

Pamphillion died on 13/02/1822 in Linton.

In 1851 Ann was living in Malling Cottages, Hadstock, Rochester, Essex. She was a widow and was living with her son Henry, daughter in law Mary and his family.

In 1861 Ann was living on her own in Pest House (lovely name!!), Linton. There was also another Ann Linsdell from Chelsea, Middlesex living in the Pest House. I am beginning to think this was some sort of home for widows as there were only 5 inhabitants of the house and they were all widows.

Ann died in Linton on 17/06/1866.


11 FRANCES MYNOTT 1770-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 30/09/1770.


12 SARAH MYNOTT 14/07/1773-1774

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/07/1773.

Died in infancy in 1774.


13 SARAH MYNOTT 22/04/1775-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 30/04/1775.


14+ JOHN MYNOTT 1777-1842

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 03/08/1777.

Married Mary Page, (b 1780 in Haverhill, Suffolk) in Shudy Camps on 20/09/1804.

Their children:

Sarah 1805
William 1807

In 1841 John and Mary were living in Horseheath and sharing their house with their widowed son William and his 3 older children.

Died in Horseheath in 1842.

In 1851 Mary was the head of the house in Broad Green, Horseheath. Her occupation listed domestic duties. Lodging with her was her widowed son William Mynott and his daughter Mary Ann. There was also a grandson William Henry Mynott.

Mary died n Horseheath in 1851.


15+ ROBERT MYNOTT 1779-1837

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Married Jane Page (b 1780 in Haverhill, Suffolk) in Shudy Camps on 26/11/1799. Jane could possibly have been the sister of Robert's brother John's wife.

Their children:

Frances 1800
John1802
Robert1803
Thomas1806
James1808
William1811
Rebecca1814
Ann1816
Sarah1819
John1824

Robert died in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire in 1837.

Jane died in West Wickham in 1849, Cambridgeshire.


Children of William & Mary: grand children of John & Mary


16 MARY MYNOTT 1770-????

Born in Withersfield, Suffolk.


17 HENRY MYNOTT 1773-1852

Born in Withersfield, Suffolk

In 1851 Henry was living in the Risbridge Union Workhouse in Haverhill, Suffolk and was described as a pauper.

Henry died in Q1 1852 in the Risbridge reg district.


Children of James & Dinah: grand children of John & Mary


18 JAMES MYNOTT 1773-1847

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 05/09/1773.

In 1841 he was an agricultural labourer.

Married Avis Flack (b 1772 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) in 11/10/1796 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Mary Stinton, Mary Mynott and Jonathan Adkins.

I believe in 1841 James was staying or visiting his sister Mary on the night of the census. They are there with Mary's son William. They were living in the High Street, West Wickham. He was working as an agricultural labourer.

Avis died in West Wickham in 1836 and was buried there on 07/09/1836.

James died in West Wickham, in 1847 and was buried there on 24/09/1847.


19+ MARY MYNOTT 1775-1845

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 09/07/1775.

Married Giles Warren (b 1775 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) on 02/02/1798 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Mary Stinton and Jonathon Adkins (clerk).

Their children:

Sarah 1798
William 1801
James1804
Mary1807
John1810
Joseph1813
Charlotte1815
Joseph 1818

Giles died in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire in 1818 and was buried there on 05/07/1818.

I believe in 1841 Mary had her brother James visiting on the night of the census. Her son William was also with them They were living in the High Street, West Wickham.

Mary died in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire in 1845 and was buried there on 06/05/1845.


20+ WILLIAM MYNOTT 08/03/1778-1853

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 08/03/1778.

Married Ann Cockerton (b 1779 in Carlton Cum Willingham, Cambridgeshire) on 17/10/1797 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Robert Mansfield, Ann Beales, Catherine Cottage and Jonathan Adkins (clerk).

Their children:

William 1798 (c) 01/04/1798
Mary1800(c) 25/05/1800
Judith1803(c) 03/04/1803
Sarah 1805(c) 07/07/1805

Ann died in Horseheath in 1806 and was buried there on 18/06/1806, aged 26 years.

William then married Sarah Lofts (b 1771 in West Wickham) on 13/10/1807 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Charles Backler and Jonathan Adkins (clerk)

I can't find William in 1841.

In 1851 William and Sarah are living at Broad Green, Horseheath where William is employed as a farm labourer.

William died in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire in 1853 and was buried there on 11/04/1853.


21+ THOMAS MYNOTT 1780-1867

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/06/1780.

Married Catherine Freeman (b 1785 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) on 26/07/1803 in West Wickham.m The witnesses at their wedding were Jemima Reynoklds and Jonathan Adkins (clerk).

Their children:

Sarah 1803 (c)25/12/1803
Thomas 1805 (c)02/06/1805
James1806 (c)16/03/1806
Frances 1807(c)03/05/1807
John 1808 (c)25/09/1808
Dinah1809 (c)13/10/1809
Mary 1811 (c)28/04/1811

Catherine died in 1812 in West Wickham and was buried there on 19/05/1812.

In 1851 Thomas was living in the Linton Union Workhouse in Linton, Cambridgeshire and was described as a pauper.

I cannot find Thomas in 1861.

Thomas died in Linton Union Workhouse in 1867 and was buried in West Wickham on 17/03/1867.


22+ SARAH MYNOTT 1783-1871

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 18/05/1783.

Married William Bowers (b 1781 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire on 14/11/1804. (The IGI has it written as William Bore)

Their children:

William 1805
Henry 1808
Mary1813
Sarah 1815
Elizabeth1829
James1823
Eliza1826

In 1841 Sarah and William were living in Horseheath were William was employed as an agricultural labourer. Living with them were their children Sarah and Eliza. Sarah (mother) is transcribed as Soma and Sara (daughter) as Sar.

In 1851 Sarah and William were living in Broad Green, Horseheath with a lodger named George Reeper. Both William and George worked on the land.

In 1861 Sarah and William were living in School, Goodnall Green, Horseheath with a lodger Stephan Reader (agricultural labourer) William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

William died in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire in 1871 and was buried there on 27/01/1871, aged 90 years.

Sarah died in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire in 1871 and was buried there on 03/07/1871.


23+ HENRY MYNOTT 1785-1859

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/05/1785.

Married Sarah Rawlinson (b abt. 1776 in Withersfield, Suffolk) on 19/11/1805 in Withersfield, Suffolk.

Their children:

James 1806 (c) 06/07/1806
Diana1808
Mary1810 (c) 09/09/1810
Ann1812(c) 15/11/1812
Sarah 1815(c) 04/06/1815
Henry1816(c) 05/06/1817

In 1841 he was living in Horseheath with his wife and children Henry and Theresa. He was an agricultural labourer.

In 1851 Sarah and Henry were living in Horseheath with a lodger named Thomas Bales. Both Henry and Thomas were agricultural labourrers.

Henry died in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire in 1859 and was buried there on 07/01/1859.


24+ DINAH MYNOTT 29/12/1787-1854

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 30/12/1787.

Married Charles Backler (b 1719 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) on 09/12/1814 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Ann Minet and Samuel Hayward.

Their children:

Jane 1815 (c) 09/04/1815
Sarah 1819(c) 20/06/1819
James1821 (c) 17/06/1821
Sophia1823(c) 08/06/1823

Charles died in West Wickham in 1823 and was buried there on 09/03/1823.

Dinah then married William Barker (b 29/11/1809 in West Wickham) on 07/02/1829 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Joseph Hempstead and James Gorden (clerk).

Their child:

Mary 1831 (c) 27/03/1831

In 1841 Dinah and William were living in West Wickham where William was working as an agricultural labourer. With them were the children Sophia and Mary.

In 1851 Dinah and William were still living in West Wickham. William was still working on the land.

Dinah died in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire in 1854 and was buried there on 29/10/1854.

In 1861 William was living in the High Street, West Wickham, on his own and described as a pauper but still working as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 William was still a pauper but this time residing in Linton Union Workhouse. He lived there until his death in 1884.


25+ JOHN MYNOTT 28/08/1790-1861

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 05/09/1790.

Married Ann Taylor Crisp (b 1791 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) on 03/03/1813 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Charles Backler and Samuel Hayward.

Their children:

John 1813 (c) 01/08/1813
William 1816 (c) 25/12/1816
Mary1819 (c) 23/05/1819

In 1841 John and Ann were living at Burtons End, West Wickham with Ann's mother Sarah. John was an agricultural labourer.

I cannot find either of them in 1851.

John died in Cambridgeshire in 1861.

Ann died in West Wickham on 27/03/1863 and was buried there 3 days later, aged 71 years.


26+ ROBERT MYNOTT 1793-1825

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire in April.

Christened there on 28/04/1793.

Married Mary Halls (b 18/03/1796 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) in Horseheath on 24/11/1816. The witnesses at their wedding were James Daniel and Samuel Hayward.

Their children:

Robert 1818 (c) 08/02/1818
James 1820(c) 02/07/1820
Sarah1823 (c) 21/11/1823

Robert died in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire in 1825 and was buried there on 22/06/1825, aged 31 years.

Mary remarried to Joseph Heampstead on 31/01/1829 at West Wickham and they had a daughter Jane (b 1833 in West Wickham).

Mary died in West Wickham in 1881 and was buried there on 25/01/1881.


27+ ANN MYNOTT 21/02/1796-1884

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in Horseheath on 27/03/1796.

Married James Daniels (b 1792 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) on 08/10/1815 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Alice Cross and Samuel Hayward.

Their children:

Mary 1816
Celia 1819
Henry1822
Jane1824
William1827
Eliza1830
Harriett1833

In 1841 Ann was living in Balsham Parish with her children Henry, William, Eliza and Harriet. She is listed as of independant means.

In 1851 Ann was visiting her daughter Jane and her family in Stocking Lane, Balsham. I believe her occupation says laundress.

I cannot find Ann in 1861.

In 1871 Ann was living as the head of the house in the High Street, Blasham. She was described as a pauper.

In 1881 Ann was still living in the High Street West Wickham as head of the house. In the home with her was a 13 year old servant names Sarah Brown.

Died in Linton Union Workhouse in 1884.


Children of Sarah & Thomas: grand children of John & Mary


28+ SARAH POLLARD 1779-1852

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there om 16/05/1779.

Married George Page (b 1781 in Carlton, Cambridgeshire)in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire on 07/10/1803. The witnesses at their wedding were Richard Loft and Jonathon Adkins (clerk).

Their children:

Elizabeth 1804 (c) 12/08/1804
Ann1807(c) 03/05/1807
Rebecca1810 (c) 01/04/1810
William1813(c) 16/05/1813
Thomas1813 (c) 03/05/1807
Mary1816 (c) 20/10/1816
John1820

In 1841 Sarah and George were living in Burtons End, West Wickham. In the house with them that night were with their children William, John and Mary. William's wife Ann and their son John were also there. There is also mention of a 10 year old Mary Roof who I know nothing at all. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

I cannot find either Sarah or George in 1851.

Sarah died in West Wickham in 1852 and was buried there on 13/06/1852, aged 73 years.

George died in West Wickham in 1854 and was buried there on 24/02/1854.


29+ ANN POLLARD 1782-1824

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 23/06/1782.

Married John Bales in West Wickham on 28/09/1801.

Their children:

Jane 1802
Thomas1803
Robert1807
Sarah1810
Ann1812
Elizabeth1815
Charlotte1819
Caroline1820
John1823

In 1841 John was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his son John. He was an agricultural labourer.

John died in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire in 1845.


30+ JOHN POLLARD 1785-1861

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 23/10/1785.

Married Charlotte Backler (b 1785 in Shipdham, Norfolk) in West Wickham on 10/03/1809. The witnesses at their wedding were James Dickerson and Elizabeth Howe.

Their children:

Ann 1809 (c) 01/10/1809
Sarah 1812(c) 15/02/1812
Sophia1815 (c) 07/01/1816
Thomas1819(c) 13/01/1819
William1824(c) 22/08/1824
John1824(c) 22/08/1824
John1827(c) 22/08/1824
In 1841 John and Charlotte were living in Burton End, West Wickham with their children Thomas and John. John was working as a Thatcher.

In 1848 John was employed as a gamekeeper, at the time of his son John's wedding.

In 1851 John and Charlotte (transcribed as Polland) were living in the High Street in West Wickham. John was a labourer.

John died in West Wickham in 1861 and was buried there on 31/01/1861.

Charlotte died in West Wickham in 1873 and was buried on 03/01/1873.


31 ELIZABETH POLLARD 1789-1792

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/10/1789.

Died in West Wickham in 1792.


Children of Ann & James: grand children of John & Mary


32 JAMES CHADWICK 1786-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 24/12/1786.


33 ANN CHADWICK 1789-1789

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 22/02/1789.

Died in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.


34+ MARY ANNE CHADWICK 1791-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 13/02/1791.

Married John Hitchcock (b 1774).

Their children:

Mary 1819
Harriet 1831
Newman 1835

In 1841 Mary Ann and John were living in Kings Lynn, Norfolk with their childrenMary, Harriet and Newman. John was a pipe maker.

In 1851 Mary Ann and John were living in Kings Lynn with their children Harriet and Newman. John was still a pipe maker.

In 1861 Mary Ann was living in Regents Street, Kings Lynn, Norfolk. She is transcribed as Mother Wife and living on Parish relief. In the house with her were her son Newman,daughter Harriet and grandchildren Harriet, John and Emma Bartle. The home belonged to Harriet.

Mary Ann died in Q1 1864 in Kings Lynn.

35+ WILLIAM CHADWICK 1793-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 10/11/1793.

Married Susanna Free (b 1792 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire) on 05/09/1814 in Horseheath.

Their child:

Caroline 1820

In 1851 William and Susanna were living in St Annes Street, Kings Lynn, Norfolk. William's occupation was listed as baker (journeyman).

In 1861 William is still working as a baker and residing in Kings Lynn Union Workhouse.

Susan died in Kings Lynn in Q2 1860.

36 SARAH CHADWICK 1795-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 24/07/1795.


37 ELIZABETH ANN CHADWICK 1798-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 26/08/1798.


THE NEXT GENERATION: 4


Children of Ann & Pamphillion: grand children of Robert & Ann, great grand children of John & Mary


38 WILLIAM LINSDELL 06/05/1798-1805

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire

Christened there on 20/05/1798.

Died in Linton in 1805.


39+ ROBERT LINSDELL 06/07/1799-1884

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire

Christened there on 13/10/1799.

Married Susannah Hoy (b 1802 in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire) on 29/04/1820 in Fulbourn.

Their child:

William 1821

I cannot find the family in 1841.

In 1851 Robert and Susan were living in Church Street, Fulbourn, next door to their son William and his wife. Robert was employed as an agricultural labourer. Visiting on the day of the cencus was Susannah Hoy (possibly a relation).

In 1861 Robert and Susan were living in Railway Street, Newmarket. Robert was employed as an agricultural labourer. Also in the house with them were their son William, his wife Charlotte and their 2 daughters Angelina and Emma. Also there on the day of the census was Susan's 18 year old neice, Susannah Hoy.

In 1871 Robert and Susan were living in Granby Street, Newmarket All Saints. Living with them were their son William, daughter in law Charlotte and grandchild Emma. Robert was employed as a labourer.

Susannah died in Fulbourn in 1872.

In 1881 Robert was living at 4 Fisher's Cottages, Newmarket. Living with him as his son, daughter in law and grandson William. Robert was employed as a labourer (grainery, corn dealer).

Robert died in the Newmarket reg district in Q2 1884.


40 SARAH LINSDELL 1801-1884

Born in Linton, Cambridgehire.

Christened there on 25/01/1801.

Married Robert Lowth (b abt. 1800 in Diel, Rutland) on 11/09/1825 in Cambridge.

In 1841 Sarah and Robert were living in St Andrews the Less, cambridge. Robert was employed as a carpenter.

In 1851 Sarah and Robert were living at 43 Gold Street, St Andrews the Less. Robert was employed as a carpenter. The house next door was uninhabited. Transcribed as Lawth.

Robert died in the Cambridge reg district in 1857.

In 1861 Sarah (again transcribed as Lawth) was living at 8 Grafton Street, St Andrews the Less, Cambridge with 2 lodgers. One was named Thomas Green (bricklayer) and the other was Rebecca Linsdell (invalid). I do not know if she is related to Sarah at this moment. Sarah was working as a mangle woman.

In 1871 Sarah (transcribed this time as Louth) was living in the same house, this time with a lodger named Susan Allen (former washwoman). Under occupation for Sarah it says Has a Mangle, so presumably she was still a mangle woman.

In 1881 Sarah is shown at 46 King Street, St Andrew the Great, Cambridge. This is the home of her nephew Henry Linsdell and his family. Sarah is listed as having no occupation.

Sarah died in the Cambridge reg district in 1884.


41 MATTHEW LINSDELL 22/02/1804-????

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire

Christened there on 25/03/1804.

Nothing else is currently known.


42+ HENRY LINSDELL 1805-1884

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

Married Susannah Adams (b abt 1809 in Bradley, Suffolk) on 21/05/1931 in Linton.

Their children:

Robert 1831
Susannah 1834

Susannah died in 1834, just one month after the birth of her daughter and was buried on 10/12/1834 in St Mary's, Linton.

Married Silvesta Scotcher (b abt. 1805 in Bradley, Suffolk) in Linton on 26/08/1838. The witnesses at their wedding were William Linsdell and James Glassock.

Their children:

Elizabeth 1840
Henry 1843
John 1847

I cannot find the family in 1841.

In 1851 Henry and Mary (possibly Sylvia's middle name) were living in Malting Cottages, Hadstock, Rochester, Essex with Henry's son Robert their children Elizabeth and Henry. His mother Ann Mynott was also living with them. Henry was employed as an agricultural labourer.

I cannot find the couple in 1861.

In 1871 Henry and Silvia were living in Back Lane, Linton. Henry was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Henry and Sylvia were still living in Back Lane. Henry was employed as a roadman, labourer.

Henry died in 1884 at 17 Portugal Place, St Clement, Cambridge.

Sylvia died in the Holborn reg district, London in 1888.


43+ WILLIAM LINSDELL 07/12/1805-1885

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 29/12/1805.

Married Mary Barker (b abt. 1803 in West Wickham) in Linton on 16/04/1830.

Their children:

Jane 1828
Eliza 1831
Rebecca 1835
Mary 1839
John 1847
James 1848

In 1841 William and Mary were living in West Wratting with their children Jane, Eliza, Rebecca and Mary. William's brother Thomas and his family lived next door.

In 1851 William and Mary were living in West Wratting with their children Rebecc, Mary and James and a grandson John. William was employed as an agricultural labourer. Strange, John is noted as a grandson in this census but a son in the next one.

In 1861 William and Mary were living in Fleam Dyke, West Wratting with their sons John and James. William was employed as an agricultural labourer. There was also a grandson John Barker there that day. Other than William and Mary, I can find no other marriages between Linsdells and Barkers to produce this grandson, so did Mary have an illigitimate child before she married? Correction, there is a marriage between a Linsdell and a Barker - it's Mary Ann, but that would make her only 9 if it was this Mary, so I'll rule that one out!!

In 1871 William and Mary were still living in Fleam Dyke and William was employed as an agricultural labourer. Living with them were their grandsons John Barker and Edward Linsdell.

In 1881 William and Mary were living in the High Street, West Wratting. William was still working as an agricultural labourer.

Mary died in the Linton reg district in 1885.

William died in the Linton reg district in 1886.


44 MARIANNE LINSDELL 1808-1808

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

Died there the same year on 26th August.


45+ THOMAS LINSDELL 21/07/1810-22/05/1883

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 02/09/1810.

Married Mary Gordon (b abt 1817 in Linton) on 18/10/1835 in Linton.

Their children:

Emma 1838
Eleanor1844
Alfred1846
Thomas1849
George1851
James 1855
Mary1860

In 1841 Thomas and Mary were living in West Wratting with their daughter Emma. Thomas was employed as an agricultural labourer. His brother William and his family lived next door.

In 1851 Thomas and Mary were living in West Wratting with their children Emma, Elleanor and Alfred. Thomas was an agricultural labourer.

In 1861 Thomas and Mary were living in the High Street, West Wratting and Thomas were an agricultural labourer. The children at home were Ellen, Alfred, George, James and Mary.

In 1871 Thomas and Mary were living still in West Wratting with their children George, James and Mary. Thomas was still in the same job.

In 1881 Thomas and Mary were still in the same place and the same job. They had a visitor that day by the name of Annie Wheston.

Thomas died on 22/05/1883 in London.

In 1891 Mary was living at Daleman Road in Sydenham with her daughter Mary and her grand daughters Kate (Alfred's daughter) and Emma (George's daughter). Mary, Mary and Kate were all employed as laundresses.

Mary died in Sydenham, London on 24/05/1907.


46+ SUSANNAH LINSDELL 05/12/1813-1895

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 05/12/1813.

Married James Haylock (b 1804 in Hildersham, Cambridgeshire) on 18/02/1831 in Hildersham.

Their children:

James 1831
William 1833
Elizabeth 1833
Charles1835
Thomas 1838
Ann1841
Elizabeth 1844
Sarah 1852

In 1851 Susannah and James were living in Balsham Road, Linton with their children William, Charles, Thomas, Ann and Elizabeth. James was employed as a farm labourer.

In 1861 Susannah and James were living On the Hill in Linton with their daughter Sarah. There was also a 9 year old boarder named Elizabeth Frohock living with them. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 Susannah and James were living in the High Street, Linton with their daughter Elizabeth and grandchild Ellen (probably Elizabeth's). James was working as a publican.

James died in Q2 1878 in Linton.

In 1881 Susannah was still living in the HIgh Street. She was employed as a confectioner. Susannah had a visitor on census day by the name of Louisa Reed (keepers wife).

In 1891 Susannah was still living in the High Street, Linton. With her that day was her granddaughter Annie Wright.

Susannah died in the Linton reg district, Cambridgeshire in Q1 1895.

check this marriage

Children of John & Mary: grand children of Robert & Ann, great grand children of John & Mary


47 SARAH MYNOTT 1805-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 29/12/1805.


48+ WILLIAM MYNOTT 1807-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/11/1807.

Married Lucy Dean (b 1803) on 22/12/1825 in Horseheath.

Their children:

Sarah 1826
Emma1828
Mary1830
Robert1833
George1834

In 1841 William was living in Horseheath with his parents and his children Sarah (wrongly transcribed as Samuel), Emma and Mary. There was also a John Poulter in the house.

In 1851 William was a widower lodging with his mother in Broad Green, Horseheath. He was working as an agricultural labourer and living with him was his daughter Mary Ann and her son William.

In 1861 William was living with his mother in the High Street, Horseheath. Also living there was his grandson William. William (snr) was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 he was living as the head of the house in Horseheath and working in the fields.

In 1881 William was living in Horseheath on his own and still working as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 William was still living in Horseheath and was now receiving Parish relief.

William died in Horseheath in Q2 1891.


Children of Robert & Jane: grand children of Robert & Ann, great grand children of John & Mary


49+ FRANCES MYNOTT 03/08/1800-1876

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/02/1801.

Married William Sorrell (b 1800 in Helions Bumpstead, Essex).

Their children:

Edward 1826
Mary 1835
Sarah 1836
John1838
Robert1841
William1845

In 1841 Fanny (as she appears to be called) and William were living in Helion Bumpstead, Essex with their children Edward, Mary Ann, Sarah and John. I believe Edward was the son of William by a first marriage.

After extensive searches I finally found this family, transcribed as Tonell, with Frances being transcribed as Frednes! In 1851 Fanny, William and their sons John and Robert were living in Helions Bumpstead still. William was an agricultural labourer and Fanny a straw plaiter.

In 1861 Fanny and William were living in Helions Bumpstead with their sons John and Robert. William was an agricultural labourer and Fanny was a slop (?) maker.

William may have died Q3 1870 in the Helions Bumpstead.

In 1871 Fanny was head of the house in Haverhill Road, Helions Bumpstead. She had lodgers named William Playle, Henry Hughes and Julia Brasier.

Fanny died in Q4 1876 in the Risbridge reg district.


50 JOHN MYNOTT 07/03/1802-1802

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there the day he was born.

Died in Shudy Camps the same year.


51 ROBERT MYNOTT 1803-1827

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 10/07/1803.

Died in Shudy Camps in 1827.


52 THOMAS MYNOTT 1806-1807

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/06/1806.

Died in Shudy Camps in 1807.


53 JAMES MYNOTT 1808-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 06/11/1808.


54+ WILLIAM MYNOTT 1811-1900

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire

Christened there on 20/10/1811.

Married Ann Stinton (b 1820 in Horseheath).

Their children:

Catherine 1840
Charles1843
Alice1845
John1846
Alice1848
Mary1850
Ursula1854
James1859
Susan1861
Martin1864

In 1841 William and Ann were living in Horseheath with their daughter Catherine. He was an agricultural labourer.

In 1851 William and Ann were living in Dickson Yard, West Wickham with their children Catherine, Charles, John and Mary. He was still doing the same job.

In 1861 their address was High Street, West Wickham, so possibly the same house. He was still employed in agriculture and the children at home were Charles, John, Mary, Hustter (could this be Ursula?) and James.

In 1871 the family's address was West Wickham Street, West Wickham and the children at home were James, Susan and Martin. William was still in the same employment.

In 1881 William and Ann were living at West Wickham Street, West Wickham. William was an agricultural labourer and they were sharing the house with their youngest son.

In 1891 there was just William and Ann in the house in West Wickham and William was still working in the fields.

William died in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire in 1900.

Ann died in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire in 1908.


55 REBECCA MYNOTT 1814-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 20/03/1814.

Did Rebecca possibly marry James Wright, born Helions Bumpstead, Essex? The pair are living in Linton in 1841


56+ ANN MYNOTT 1816-1897

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/09/1816.

Married James Andrews (b 1813 in Helions Bumstead, Essex) on 30/11/1838 in Shudy Camps.

Their children:

Martha Ann 1839
Sarah 1842
James 1844
Stephen 1846
Susan 1851
Eliza 1852
William 1856
Samuel 1859

In 1841 Ann and James were living with their daughter Martha in Helions Bumpstead, Essex. James was an agricultural labourer.

In 1851 the family were still living in Helions Bumpstead. James was still doing the same job abd Ann was employed as a straw plaiter. The children at home were Martha, Sarah, James, Stephen and Susan.

In 1861 the family were living in Mill Road, Helions Bumpstead. James was still in the same job although Ann was now employed as a shirt maker. The children at home were James, Stephen, Susan, Eliza, William and Samuel.

In 1871 their address was Heverhill Road, Helions Bumpstead. James was still an agricultural labourer. The children at home were James, Stephen, Susan, Eliza, William and Samuel.

In 1881 they living at Pale Green, Helions Bumpstead and Ann was working as a shirt maker. James was still in the same job and the children at home were Eliza, Samuel and a grandchildren Martha and Walter (Eliza's children).

In 1891 Ann was living in Camp's Road, Helion Bumpstead with her son Samuel.

James died in Helions Bumstead, Essex in 1885.

Ann died in Helions Bumsteadin 1897.


57+ SARAH MYNOTT 1819-1898

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 05/11/1820.

Married John Harden (Free BDM) Harding (IGI) (b 1818 in Helions Bumstead, Essex) on 16/08/1939 in Helions Bumpstead.

Their children:

Samuel 1839
Emma 1842
Ann 1845
Eliza 1847
Jane 1851
Lydia 1853
James 1857
Susannah 1859

In 1841 John and Sarah were living in Helion Bumpstead where John was working as an agricultural labourer.

In 1851 the Harden family were still living in the same house. John was still working as an agricultural labourer. The children at home were Emma, Anne, and Eliza.

In 1861 Harden family were still living in the same house. John was still working as an agricultural labourer. The children at home were Eliza, Jane, Lydia, James and Susanna.

In 1871 the Harden family were living at Camps Road in Helions Bumstead.John still had the same job and Sarh was now working as a shirt maker. The children with them in the house were Jane, Lydia, James and Susanna.

In 1881 the family have been transcribed as Harding. Sarah, John and daughter Susanna are living in Camps Cottages. John is now a farmer of 4 acres and Sarah is still a shirt maker.

In 1891 the family have again been transcribed as Harding. Sarah, John and daughter Susanna are still living in the same house, althoug it's names Camps Road again.

Sarah died 07/05/1898 in the Linton, Cambridge reg district under the surname Harding.


58 JOHN MYNOTT 1824-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 18/01/1824.


Children of Mary & Giles: grand children of James & Dinah, great grand children of John & Mary


59+ SARAH WARREN 23/06/1798-1881

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 05/08/1798.

Married Robert Rule (b 17/02/1788 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) on 06/02/1819 in Great Abington, Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Richard 1820
John 1823
Giles1826
Avis 1829
Joseph 1832
Mary Sophia 1834
Robert1837
Eleanor Ann 1837

In 1841 Sarah and Robert were living in Fulbourn, cambridgeshire with their children Richard, John, Giles, Avis, Joseph, Sophia (Mary) and Robert. Robert was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1851 Sarah and Robert were living in Cow Lane, Fulbourn with their children Giles, Joseph, Sophie, Robert and Ann. There was also a lodger named Samuel Hawkes (agricultural labourer) living there. Robert was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1861 Sarah and Robert were living at 6 Church Yard, Fulbourn. Sarah is listed as Martha Ann Sarah.

Robert died in Fulbourn in Q1 1863.

In 1871 Sarah was living in Almshouse, Fulbourn.

In 1881 Sarah was still living in the same house.

Sarah died in Fulbourn in Q2 1881.


60 WILLIAM WARREN 30/07/1801-1824

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/12/1801.

William died in Balsham, Cambridgeshire in 1824 and was buried in West Wickham.


61+ JAMES WARREN 29/03/1804-1864

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 29/07/1804.

Married Naomi Webb (nee Loft) (b 1802 in Shepreth, Cambridgeshire ) on 02/04/1825 in West Wickham. Naomi was a widow with 2 children. The witnesses at their wedding were Mary Ann Warren and James Gorden (clerk).

Their children:

Sarah 1826
William1829
Ann1831
Eliza1834
Elizabeth1837
Giles1839
James Joseph1842

In 1841 the family were living in West Wickham and James was an agricultural labourer. The children at home were Sarah, William, Ann, Eliza, Elizabeth and Giles (wrongly transcribed as Myles).

Naomi died in 1847 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire and was buried there on 06/05/1847.

In 1851 James is a lodger in the Briggs household which is a pub called The Jolly Waterman in water Ride, Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire. James was still in the same job and the children staying with him were Giles and James, who was listed as Joseph.

I cannot find James in 1861.

James died in 1864 in Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire.


62+ MARY ANN WARREN 08/06/1807-1834

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christend there on 20/09/1807.

Married John Noble (b 1806 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire) on 16/09/1826 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were John Westley, Mary Barker and James Gorden (clerk).

Their child:

William 1826
Now I am not at all sure of this after further research. There seems to be a divided opinion here over the husband of Mary Ann. Some researchers have opted for John Noble while others have gone with Thomas Webb. Unfortunately, at present, I have been unable to look at the PRs to confirm either one or the other but looking on the cenci I have discovered that Mary married to John Noble is too old and Mary married to Thomas Webb has a mother named Ann. This may well be Mary the daughter of William and Ann Warren. So, any conformation would be very welcome.

63+ JOHN WARREN 06/09/1810-1892

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/12/1810.

Married Sarah ?.

Their children:

Samuel 1838
Mary Ann 1840
Joseph 1843
Charles 1846
William1850
Benjamin1854

In 1841 John and Sarah were living in Horningsea, Cambridgeshire with their children Samuel and Mary Ann. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1851 John and Sarah were living in Clayhille Road, Horningsea with their children Samuel, Mary Ann, Joseph, Charles and William. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Sarah died in Horningsea in Q4 1855.

In 1861 John was living in Barton, Cambridgeshire with his children Joseph, Charles, William and Benjamin. There was also a niece named Lavinea Ashman there. John was employed as a foreman on a farm.

In 1871 John was living in Barton still, with his sons William and Benjamin. John was employed as a farm bailiff.

In 1881 John was living on his own in Comberton Road, Barton. He was still employed as a farm bailiff.

In 1891 John was living in the King William public house in Long Stanton, Cambridgeshire. His son William ran the pub and lived there with his family. Despite being 80 years old, John was still working as an agricultural labourer.

John died in 1892 in Long Stanton.


64 JOSEPH WARREN 01/08/1813-1813

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 29/08/1913.

Died in West Wickham and was buried there on 28/12/1813.


65+ CHARLOTTE WARREN 14/02/1815-1866

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 09/04/1815.

Married Charles Moss (b 1813 in Chippenham) on 24/04/1836 in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire. The witnesses at their wedding were Hannah Moss and John Murfit (clerk).

Their children:

Mary Ann abt. 1836
Edward1841
Eliza 1844
Alfred 1849
Mary Ann1855

In 1841 Charlotte and Charles were living in Chippenham with their daughter Mary Ann. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1851 Charlotte and Charles (transcribed as Toop) were living in ? Street, Chippenham with their children Edward, Eliza and Alfred. Charles was employed as a labourer.

In 1861 Charlotte and Charels were living at Queen's Square, Chippenham with their children Alfred and Mary Ann. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Charlotte died in Q2 1866 in Chippenham and was buried there on 17/06/1866.

In 1871 Charles was living in Queen's Street, Chippenham with his children Alfred and Mary Ann. Charles was working as a hawker.

In 1881 Charles was living in Scotland End, Chippenham in the home of his son Alfred,his wife and children. Charles was working as a rag and bone man.

In 1901 Charles was still living in the same place with his son and his family and was listed as a pauper.

Charles died in Chippenham in Q1 1901, aged 87.


66 JOSEPH WARREN 1818-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 17/05/1818.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of William & Ann: grand children of James & Dinah, great grand children of John & Mary


67+ WILLIAM M MYNOTT 1798-1866

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/04/1798.

Married Harriett Hayward (Howard) (b 1801 in West Wratting, Essex) in West Wickham on 23/10/1819. The witnesses at their wedding were Thomas Haward and Samuel Hayward.

Their children:

James 1820 (c) 18/06/1820
Ann 1822 (c) 01/09/1822
Amy1825 (c) 20/02/1825
William1829(c) 22/03/1829
Charles 1831(c) 21/08/1831
John M1835 (c) 15/02/1835
Mary1837 (c) 18/06/1837
Jane 12/09/1840 (c) 10/01/1841
Martha10/03/1844 (c) 07/05/1848
Judith 21/06/1847 (c) 07/05/1848

In 1841 William and Harriet were living in West Wickham with their children James, Amy, William, Charles, John, Mary and baby Jane. William was an agricultural labourer.

In 1851 William and Harriet lived at Button End, West Wickham where William was working as an agricultural engineer. The children in their home with them were Charles, John, Mary, Jane, Martha and Judith. This entry is a mess, with Harriet being transcribed as Horrcat, Judith as Fudas and Charles as being aged 70 instead of 10!!.

In 1861 William, Harriet and Judith were living in the High Street, West Wickham. William was employed as a labourer.

William died in West Wickham in 1866 and Harriet died the following year.


68+ MARY ANN MYNOTT 14/02/1800-1869

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/05/1800.

Married James Preston (b 1796 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) on 24/10/1817 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Jospeh Mills and Samuel Hayward.

Their children:

William 1818 (c) 17/01/1819
John 1820(c) 28/01/1821
James1823 (c) 13/07/1823
Charles1826 (c) 19/03/1826
Sarah1829(c) 21/06/1829
John1832 (c) 09/08/1832
Lydia1835(c) 20/09/1835
Ann1838(c) 13/05/1838
Mary1840 (c) 09/08/1840
Judith1842 (c) 18/12/1842

In 1851 Mary was widowed and head of a house in Brick ?, West Wickham. She was recieving money from the parish. Living with her were her children John, Ann, Mary, Sarah and her husband Thomas Barton.

In 1861 Mary was living on Main Street in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire with her daughter Sarah, son in law Thomas and their children.

Mary died in the Linton reg district in Q1 1869.


69 JUDITH MYNOTT 04/03/1803-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 03/04/1803.

Nothing else is currently known.


70+ SARAH MYNOTT 09/06/1805-1900

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 07/07/1805.

Married Johnson Free (b 13/10/1801 in Horseheath) on 25/12/1821 in Horseheath. The witnesses at their wedding were Mary Carter and Samuel Hayward.

Their children:

William 1822
Charles 1824
Eliza1826
Henry1828
Isaac1830
Judith1832
Marianne1834
Alfred1836
Celia1838
John1840
George1843
Celia1844

In 1841 Sarah and John (as he was known) were living with their children Charles, Eliza, Isaac, Judith, Mary, Alfred, Celia and John in Horseheath. John was an agricultural labourer.

In 1851 Sarah and John were living in Horseheath Street, Horseheath where John was working as a farm labourer. The children in the home with them were Henry, Isaac, Alfred, John, Celia and their grand daughter Eliza. Eliza was Charles's daughter.

In 1861 John and Sarah were living at 8 Wheelers Street, Horseheath. John was working as an agricultural labourer..

In 1871 Sarah and John were living at Village End in Horseheath. John is employed as a farm steward. Sharing their home with them was their grand daughter Fanny.

John died on 20/03/1875 in Horseheath of brochitus.

In 1881 Sarah was a widow, staying with her daughter Celia, son in law John Stevens and their children at 21 Houner Road, Ecclesall Bierlow, Yorkshire.

In 1891 Sarah was living with her daughter Judith and son in law Edward Liddell at 69 Barnby Road, Newark, Nottinghamshire.

After Judith and Edward died, Sarah went went back to live with her youngest daughter Celia at 107 Sharrow Street in Ecclesall Bierlow.

Sarah died on 24/04/1900, aged 94. An inquest held on 27/04/1900 decided that she had died of shock from a fractured thigh, which had accidentally occured.

Children of Thomas & Catherine: grand children of James & Dinah, great grand children of John & Mary


71 SARAH MYNOTT 19/12/1803-1804

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/12/1803.

Died in West Wickham and was buried there on 06/02/1804.


72 THOMAS MYNOTT 12/04/1805-1805

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 02/06/1805.

Died in West Wickham, aged 10 weeks and was burioed there on 24/06/1805.


73+ JAMES MYNOTT 09/03/1806-1884

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 16/03/1806.

Married Mary Ann Osborne (b 1810 in Shudy Camps) on 08/03/1829 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were John and Dinah Mynott.

Their children:

John 1829 (c) 18/08/1829
Henry 1832 (c) 25/03/1832
Catherine1834 (c) 14/12/1834
Thomas 1837 (c) 30/04/1837
Amelia 1839
James 1842
Mary1844
Jonathon 1847
Richard 1850

In 1841 James and Mary were living in West Wickham and he was working as an agricultural labourer. Mary is listed as 30 years younger than James on the census. The children with them were John, Henry, Catherine, Thomas and Amelia (transcribed as Emely).

In 1851 James, Mary and the family were living in West Wickham and James was still an agracultural labourer. The children at home were John, Catherine, Thomas, Amelia, James, Maryann and Jonathon.

In 1861 the family were still living in West Wickham, this time in the High Street. James was still working the same job. The children at home were Henry, Thomas, James and Jonathon. Also there was a 5 year old grand daughter named Emma. I believe she was Catherine's daughter. There was also a year old grandson named Richard who I believe to be Amelia's son.

In 1871 the family were still living in West Wickham and the address this time was given as 11 West Wickham Street. It could well have been the same house they lived in all their lives. James was still an agricultural labourer. The children at home were Thomas, James and Jonathon along with an 11 year old grandson Richard.

In 1881 James and Mary were still living in the same house and doing the same job. Their grandson Richard was still living with them.

Mary died in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire in 1883 and was buried there on 03/12/1883.

James died in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire in 1884 and was buried there on 24/10/1884.


74 FRANCES MYNOTT 02/05/1807-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 03/05/1807.

Nothing else is currnetly known.


75+ JOHN MYNOTT 18/09/1808-1874

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/09/1808.

Married Ann Page (b 1807 in West Wickham) on 17/10/1835 in West Wickham. The witnesses at the wedding were Thomas and Rebecca Page. Mary Ann was a cousin of John's and the daughter of Sarah Pollard and George Page.

Their children:

Betsey 1836 (c) 19/06/1836
Mary Ann 06/11/1839 (c) 22/12/1839
Frances 10/05/1844(c) 16/06/1844

In 1841 census John and Ann were living in West Wickham. The children there are Elizabeth (Betsey?), Mary Ann and also Ann's daughter Sarah.

Ann died in 1847 in West Wickham and was buried there on 21/01/1847.

John then married Elizabeth Reynolds (b 1824 in West Wickham) in West Wickham on 28/10/1848. The witnesses at their wddding were John Reynolds and Mary Ann Hayward.

Their children:

Adelaide 25/11/1849 (c) 06/01/1850
Sarah Ann 09/08/1852(c) 05/09/1852
Henry1855 (c) 22/05/1855
Elizabeth27/03/1856 (c) 01/06/1856
Avis1858

In 1851 John and Elizabeth were living in the High Street, West Wickham and John was an agricultural labourer. The children with them were Mary Ann, Frances and Adelaide (wrongly transcribed as Adley).

In 1861 the family were still living in the same house and John was working as a labourer. The children at home were Adelaide, Sarah Ann, Elizabeth and Avis. Their grandaughter Julia (Mary Ann's daughter) was also living with them and has been transcribed as their daughter.

Elizabeth died in West Wickham in 1865 and was buried there on 28/12/1865.

In 1871 John was back to working as an agricultural labourer and was living in the Linton Union Workhouse as a pauper. His daughter Avis was living there with him.

John died in Linton, Cambridgeshire in 1874.


76 DINAH MYNOTT 01/10/1809-1897

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/10/1809.

Married John Cook (b 1811 in West Wickham) on 10/12/1837 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Charles and Mary Newman.

In 1841 Dinah and John were living in West Wickham where John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1851 Dinah and John were living in the High Street, West Wickham. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1861 Dinah and Richard (as he was now known as) were living in the High Street still. Richard was employed as a labourer.

In 1871 Dinah and Richard were living at 8 West Wickham Street, West Wickham. Richard was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Died in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire, aged 87, and was buried there on 04/02/1897.


77 MARY MYNOTT 14/04/1811

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 28/04/1811.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Sarah & William: grand children of James & Dinah, great grand children of John & Mary


78+ WILLIAM BOWERS 07/11/1805-1870

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Married Fanny Linsdell (b 22/02/1813 in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire) in Horseheath on 08/08/1835. The witnesses at the wedding were John Poulter and Sarah Bowers.

Their children:

Charles 1836
Mary Annn 1838
George 1839
John1843
Susan 1846
Samson George1849

In 1841 William and Fanny were living in Horseheath with their children Charles and Mary. William was an agricultural labourer.

In 1851 the family were living in Church Street, Horseheath and William was a farm labourer. The children at home were Charles, Mary Ann, John, Susan and George (Samson).

In 1861 William and Fanny were still living in 12 Church Street, Horseheath. William was employed as an agricultural labourer, with 2 other words after that are struck through. The children in the home were John, Susan and George.

William died, aged 65, in 1870 in Horseheath and was buried there on 08/08/1870.

In 1871 Fanny was living in Church Road, Horseheath and working as a laundress. Living with her was her son George.

In 1881 Fanny was living alone as head of the house in Horseheath and still working as a laundress.

Fanny died 1890 in Horseheath.


79+ HENRY BOWERS 18/04/1808-1889

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 05/06/1808.

Married Charlotte Salmon (b 1808 in Horseheath) on 08/01/1832 in Horseheath. The witnesses at the wedding were Samuel Stinton and William Bowers.

Their children:

Eliza 1832
Henry 1834
Mary1836
William1838
Amelia1841
Elizabeth1841
Sarah1848
Jane1850

I cannot find Henry in 1841.

In 1851 Henry and Charlotte were living in Heathe Street Horseheath and Henry was employed as a farm labourer. The children at home were Henry, Mary, William, Amelia, Betsey (Elizabeth?), Sarah and Jane.

In 1861 the family were living at 4 High Street, Horseheath where Henry was still working in the fields. The children at home with them were William, Sarah and Jane and a grandson named Frederick. He was Eliza's son. Charlotte is named as Sarah in this census.

In 1871 Henry and Charlotte are still living in Horseheath and Henry is still an agricultural labourer. The children in their home were Sarah and their grandchildren Frederick, Charles and Frank. Charles was the son of Amelia and Frank was Jane's son, Francis.

In 1881 Henry and Charlotte were still living in Horseheath along with their grandson Charles.They lived next door to William Mynott.

In 1891 Charlotte is head of the house in Horseheath and receiving Parish relief. William Mynott still lived next door.

Henry died 1889, aged 81, in Horseheath and was buried there on 08/01/1899.

Charlotte died 1891 in Horseheath and was buried there on 30/07/1891.


80+ MARY ANN BOWERS 15/08/1813-1879

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 05/09/1813.

Married John Poulter (b 1811 in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire) on 25/11/1836 in Horseheath. The witnesesses at her wedding were William and Elizabeth Bowers.

Their child:

George 1839 (c) 26/05/1839

In 1841 John and Mary were living in Horseheath where John was employed as an agricultural labourer. Their son George was with them.

In 1851 John, Mary and George were living in ? House, Horseheath where John was employed as a farm labourer.

In 1861 John, Mary and George were living at 29 Church Street, Horseheath. John was an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 John is living in Church End, Horseheath and still working in the fields. Mary is not there that day but their son George and his family were. I cannot find Mary.

Mary died 1879 in Horseheath and was buried there on 15/06/1879.

In 1881 John was living on his own in a room on College Farm, Horseheath and was still working the fields. His son and his family lived next door.

In 1891 John was still living in the same place and receiving Parish relief. His widowed son and family lived next door.

John died 1894 in Horseheath and was buried on 07/12/1894.


81+ SARAH BOWERS 1815-1879

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 10/08/1815.

In 1841 Sarah was living in Horseheath with her parents and sister Eliza.

Married William Wade (b 1821 in Pampisford, Cambridgeshire) in Horseheath on 24/12/1844.

Their children:

Catherine 1845
John Reed 1847
Selina 1849
Read 1851
Elizabeth 1853
Emily 1855

In 1851 Sarah and William were living in Hildersham, Cambridgeshire with their children Catherine, John and Selina. William was employed as a labourer.

In 1861 Sarah and William were still living in Hildersdham with their children John, Selina, Read, Elizabeth and Emily. Wiliam was employed as a coachman, servant.

Sarah died in Q1 1863 in Hildersham.

In 1871 William was living with his second wife, Hannah (Randall) and his children Selina and Emily. William was employed as a domestic coachman and Hannah was a dressmaker.

In 1881 william was employed as a domestic coachman at The Hall in Hildersham.


82+ ELIZABETH BOWERS 1829-1882

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 23/01/1820.

I cannot find Elizabeth in 1841.

Married Jefffrey Ely (b 1821 in Cowlinge, Suffolk) in Horseheath on 17/10/1845.

Their children:

Jane 1846 (c) 13/08/1846
Alice 1848(c) 07/05/1848
Frederick1850 (c) 28/07/1850
Harriet Elizabeth1852 (c) 18/10/1857
Israel03/03/1853(c) 10/10/1861
Mary 1857(c) 18/10/1857
Edward 09/06/1858
Mary 1860 (c) 13/10/1861
Jeffrey 1864(c) 01/10/1865

In 1851 Elizabeth and Jeffrey were living in Stetchworth in Cambridgeshire. Jeffrey was an agricultural labourer. The children at home with them were Alice and Frederick.

In 1861 Elizabeth and Jeffrey were living in the Golden Lion in Wimblington, Cambridgeshire. Jeffrey was employed as an inn keeper. The children at home were Jane, Alice, Frederick, Harriet, Israel, Edward and Mary. There was also Jeffrey's brother Richard (a miller) and a boarder named Richard Perry lioving there. He was a railway porter.

In 1871 Elizabeth and Jeffrey are listed as living in the public house in Wimblington, so I presume it is still the Golden Lion. Living with them are their children Harriet, Edward and Mary Ann plus a lodger named Elisha Bruce, who was a railway porter at SS. Jeffrey was employed as a victualler and coal agent.

Jeffrey died 09/11/1871 in Little Bradley, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Elizabeth was living in a public house in Stonea Road, Wimblington with her son Edward and daughter Mary Annoth labourers.

Elizabeth died 1882 in Witchford, Cambridgeshire.


83 JAMES BOWERS 1823-1823

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 09/11/1823.

Died in Horseheath and was buried there on 20/12/1923, aged just 14 weeks.


84 ELIZA BOWERS 1826-1826

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 30/05/1826.

Died in Horseheath and was buried on 07/07/1826, aged only 6 weeks.


Children of Henry & Sarah: grand children of James & Dinah, great grand children of John & Mary


85 JAMES MYNOTT 22/05/1806-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 06/07/1806.

Married Susannah Woollard (b 03/04/1814 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) on 23/02/1

In 1851 James and Susannah were living in the High Street, West Wickham. James's employment was listed as out pensioner from Chelsea hospital. There was also a lodger named John Woollard (agricultural labourer and possible relation) living with them.

In 1861 James and Susan were still living in the High Street with 2 lodgers named Jospeh Woollard (labourer) and Emma Osborne. James was listed as a pensioner. Joseph was Susan's widowed father.


86+ DIANA MYNOTT 04/09/1808-1886

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 02/10/1808.

Married George Ashman (b abt 1812 in Cowlinge, Suffolk) On 21/07/1832 in Horseheath.

Their children:

Mary Ann 1832 (c) 08/07/1832
James 1832 (c) 10/07/1832
Henry 1835 (c) 21/06/1835
Susanna 1837 (c) 27/08/1837
John 1840 (c)23/08/1840
Anne 1840 (c)23/08/1840
Walter George 1841 (c) 24/12/1841
Sarah Ann 1845
John 1847
Harriet 1849
William 1853

In 1841 Diana and George were living in Evergreen in the parish of Great Bradley, Suffolk with their children Mary Ann, James, Henry and Susanna. George was an agricultural labourer.

In 1851 Diana and George were living in Cowlinge Vale Road, Tile Homes, Cowlinge with their children Mary Ann, James, Henry, Susanna, Walter, John, Sarah, Harriet and baby William. George was still an agricultural labourer.

In 1861 they were living in Saxon Street, Wood Ditton with their children Mary Ann, Walter, Susanna, John, Sarah, Harriet and William. Also in the house on the night of the census was a grandson named James. I have yet to discover who his parent is.

In 1871, Diana and George and were still living in Saxon Street. In the house with them were their children Mary Ann, James and William. Also, James, the grandson wa with s still there, making me think he either belongs to James or Mary Ann. They were all still working as agricultural labourers.

George died Q2 1873 in Saxon Street.

In 1881 Diana is still living in Saxon Street with Mary Ann,James and William. The men were still labouring in the fields and Mary Ann was working as a charwoman.

Dinah died in Q2 1886, in Saxon Street.


87 MARY MYNOTT 06/08/1810-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 09/09/1810.


88+ ANN MYNOTT 06/09/1812-1834

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/11/1812.

Married Benjamin Cole (b 1805) in Horseheath on 21/10/1830.

Their children:

William 1832
Henry 1834

Ann died in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire in 1834.

Benjamin married Susan Pearson in Horseheath in Q2 1838.

Benjamin died in Horseheath in 1845


89+ SARAH MYNOTT 1815-1888

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 04/06/1815.

She had a child out of wedlock:

Theresa 1833

Married Henry Pearson (b 1814 in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire) on 24/12/1836 in Horseheath.

Their children:

Charles 1837
William 1840
Henry1842
James1845
Ann1847
George1849
Louisa1851
William1853
Jeremiah

In 1841 Sarah and Henry were living in Horseheath with their children Theresa, Charles and William. Henry was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1851 Sarah and Henry were living in Church End, Horseheath with their children Theresa, Charles, Henry, James and George. Henry was a labourer.

In 1861 Sarah and Henry were living in Wheelers Street, Horseheath with their children Charles, Henry, James, George, Louisa and William. Henry was employed as a gardener.

in 1871 Sarah and Henry were living in Village End, Horseheath where Henry is employed as an agricultural labourer. The children at home were Goerge and William.

Henry died in Horseheath in 1874.

In 1881 Sarah was living in Horseheath in the home of her son William and his family.

Sarah died in Horseheath in 1888.


90 HENRY MYNOTT 1817-1898

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 05/06/1817.

In 1841 he was living at home in Horseheath with his parents and neice Theresa.

Married Susan Diss (b 1820 in West Wickham) in 1845 in Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Henry and Susan were living in H Heathe Street in Horseheath where Henry was employed as a groom.

In 1861 Henry and Susan were living at 25 Church Street, Horseheath and Henry was still a groom.

In 1871 Henry and Susan were living at Church End, Horseheath and Henry was still a groom. This was porbably the same house.

in 1881 Henry and Susan were living at Church End, Horseheath and Henry was a domestic groom

Henry died in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire in 1898.

Susan died in Horseheath in Q3 1898.


Children of Dinah & Charles: grand children of James & Dinah, great grand children of John & Mary


91+ JANE BACKLER 27/01/1815-1885

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 09/04/1815.

Married Edward Beeton Flack (b 09/05/1810 in West Wickham) in West Wickham on 10/11/1833. Edward was the brother of Sarah's husband, John. The witnesses were Prudence Hyner and Mary Page.

Their children:

William 1834
Charles 1836
Hannah1838
James1840
Mary1843
Edward1845
Adelaide1848
Arthur1851
Walter1854
Jabez1858
Charles1860

In 1841 Jane and Edward were living in the High Street in West Wickham, where Edward was employed as an agricultural labourer. The children with them were William, Charles, Hannah and James.

In 1851 Jane and Edward were living in the High Street in West Wickham, where Edward was employed as an agricultural labourer. The children with them were William, Charles, Hannah, James, Mary Ann, Edward and Adelaide.

I cannot find the family in 1861.

In 1871 Jane and Edward were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham. Edward was still an agricultural labourer. Also at home were the children Arthur, Walter and Jarvis (Jabez?).

In 1881 Jane and Edward were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their son Jabez. Edward was still an agricultural labourer.

Jane died in West Wickham in 1885 and was buried on 16/03/1885, aged 70 years.

In 1891 Edward was living with his son William and his family in West Wickham. He was still empployed in the same job.

Edward died in West Wickham in 1896 and was buried on 13/06/1896, aged 86 years.


92+ SARAH BACKLER 1819-1915

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 20/06/1819.

Married John Flack (b 1816 in West Wickham) on 24/02/1844. He was the brother of Jane's husband, Edward. The witnesses at the wedding were James Backler and Elizabeth Pavis.

Their children:

James 1844
Sarah 1847
Ursula1851
John1857
Sarah1859

I can't find the family in 1841.

In 1851 Sarah and John were living in Streetley End, West Wickham where John was an agricultural labourer. They were living in the home of John's widowed father. The children at home with them were James, Elueazer (Sarah Louisa) and Ursula.

In 1861 Sarah and John were still living in Streetley End, West Wickham and John was a labourer. The children at home were James, Louisa (Sarah), Ursula, John and Sarah.

In 1871 Sarah and John were living in West Wickham were John was an agricultural labourer. At home with them were children John and Sarah and their grandson Earnest Simkin. He was the son of daughter Sarah Louisa.

In 1881 Sarah and John were living on their own in the same place and doing the same work.

In 1891 Sarah and John were still living in Streetley End, West Wickham. John was still in the same job. With them in the house was their grandson 4 year old James Palmer. He was the son of Ursula.

In 1901 Sarah is a widow still living in the same place. With her in the house was a grandson Russel Simkin, another of Saraha Louisa's sons.

Sarah in West Wickham in 1915 and was buried on 19/07/1915.


93 JAMES BACKLER 1821-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 17/06/1821.

I can find no more information on James Backler although he may have adopted the surname Barker after his mother's remarriage. There is a marriage for James Barker and Ameilia Brown in West Wickham on 01/08/1840. There are also census records.


94+ SOPHIA BACKLER 1823-1913

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 08/06/1823. Her mother was listed as a widow.

In 1841 Sophia was living at home in West Wickham with her parents and half sister Mary. Her surname was listed as Barker.

Married George Jacobs (b 1823 in Dullingham, Cambridgeshire) on 12/05/1843 in Dullingham. At the time of her marriage, Sophia was a servat in Dullingham Lea. The witnesses at their wedding were John Jaggard, Mahala Jaggard, James Backler and Sarah Backler.

Their children:

Sarah 1843 (c) 19/11/1843
Dinah 1845(c) 04/05/1845
William 1847 (c) 28/02/1847
Mary 1849 (c) 01/07/1849
George 1852
Lizzie 1855
Isabella1857
James1861
Arthur1864

In 1851 Sophia and George were living in the High Street in Balsham, Cambridgeshire. George was employed as what looks like Woodhurd. The children at home were Deanna (Dinah), William and George.

In 1861 Sophia and George were still living in the High Street in Balsham. George was employed as a hurdle maker (he made wattle fencing). The children at home were Dinah, William, Mary, George, Sophia, Isabella and 1 week old James.

In 1871 were living in West Wratting Road, Balsham where George was still employed as a hurdle maker. The children at home were George, Isabella, James and Charles (Arthur).

In 1881 were still living in West Wratting Road, Balsham where George was now working as a charcoal burner. Their son Charles was living with them.

In 1891 were still living in West Wratting Road, Balsham where George was once again employed as a hurdle maker. Living with them was their widowed son Charles and their grandson Rowland C (Charles?).

In 1901 Sophia was still living in the same place and was now a widow.

Sophia died in Q3 1913 of senectus syncope (Old Age) at Lynn House, Waterbeach. Her grand daughter Emily Myrtle (daughter of son James) was the informant on the death certificate and was aid to have been in attendance.


Children of Dinah & William: grand children of James & Dinah, great grand children of John & Mary


95+ MARY ANNE BARKER 1831-1872

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 27/03/1831.

Married Thomas Bradford (b 1826 in West Wickham) on 19/06/1850 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were James Pluck and Mary Ann Hayward.

Their children:

William Arthur 01/12/1850 (c) 02/03/1851
Agnes 25/01/1853(c) 01/05/1853
Dinah 11/03/1855 (c) 17/06/1855
Emma 1858 (c) 20/06/1855
Alice 1860 (c) 31/03/1861
Ann1862 (c) 22/03//1863
David Frederick1865 (c) 06/10/1865
Bennet 1869 (c) 18/07/1869

In 1841 Mary Anne was living at home in West Wickham with her parents and half sister Sophia.

In 1851 Mary Anne and Thomas were living in Streetley End, West Wickham where Thomas was employed as an agricultural labourer. The child with them was William and they also had Thomas's mother Judith living with them.

In 1861 Mary Anne and Thomas were still living in Streetley End, West Wickham. Thomas was working as a labourer. His mother, Judith was lodging with them. The children at home were William, Agnes, Dinah, Emma and Alice.

In 1871 Mary Anne and Thomas were still living in Streetley End, West Wickham. Thomas was working as an agricultural labourer. His mother was still living with them. The children at home were William, Emma, Alice, Ann, Frederick and Bennet.

Mary died in West Wickham in 1874 and was buried there on 12/10/1872, aged 42 years.

In 1881 Thomas was still living in the same place and doing the same job. At home with him were his children Emma, Frederick and Bennet.

In 1891 Thomas was still living in the same place and doing the same job. His son Frederick was living with him.

Thomas died in West Wickham in Q1 1892.


Children of John & Ann: grand children of James & Dinah, great grand children of John & Mary


96+ JOHN MYNOTT 21/06/1813-09/08/1880

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/08/1813.

Married Prudence Barker (b 13/04/1816 in West Wickham) on 30/11/1833 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Ann Page and John Mynott.

Their children:

James 1835 (c) 17/04/1835
Charles 05/02/1837(c) 02/04/1837
William24/05/1839 (c) 27/05/1839
Mary01/12/1840(c) 17/07/1841
Sarah29/08/1843 (c) 15/10/1843
William18/05/1846(c)16/06/1846
John04/04/1848(c) 28/04/1848
Prudence12/11/1850
Harriet12/01/1853 (c) 26/06/1853
Alice12/03/1856(c) 01/06/1856

In 1841 John and Prudence were living in Cuten End, West Wickham where John was employed as an agricultural labourer. The children at home were James, Charles and Mary.

In 1851 John and Prudence were living in Brick Kiln, West Wickham. John was an agricultural labourer. The children at home were James, Charles, Mary, Sarah, William, John and Prudence (transcribed as Rodger, a daughter. delved a bit deeper, it should have been Rhoda).

In 1861 John and Prudence were living in Brick Yard (probably the same house) in West Wickham. John was a labourer. The children at home were James, Prudence, Harriet, William, John and Alice. There was also a grandson, Walter. He was the son of Charles.

In 1871 John and Prudence were still in the same place where John was an agricultural labourer. The children at home were James, Rhoda, Sarah and Alice. Rhoda appears to be another name for Prudence.

John died in West Wickham on 09/08/1880 and was buried on 13/08/1880, aged 67 years.

In 1881 Prudence was the head of the house in Brick Yard, West Wickham. Her son James lived with her and also present on that day was her married daughter Mary Theobald.

In 1891 Prudence and her son James were still in the same place.

Prudence died in West Wickham on 27/04/1895 and was buried there on 04/05/1895, aged 79.


97+ WILLIAM MYNOTT 27/10/1816-1895

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/12/1816.

Married Sarah Phillips (b 1820 in Kedington, Suffolk) on 08/06/1842 in Withersfield, Suffolk.

Their children:

Joseph 27/11/1842 (c) 05/02/1843
George 15/12/1846(c) 07/02/1847
Phoebe26/04/1851 (c) 20/07/1851
Elijah08/10/1853(c) 02/07/1854
Ruth1858
George1862
Maria1865

I cannot find William in 1841.

In 1851 William and Sarah were living at Dicksons Yard, West Wickham where William was employed as an agricultural labourer. Their son Joseph was living with them.

In 1861 William and Sarah were living in the High Street, West Wickham where William was employed as a labourer. The children at home were Joseph, Phoebe, Elijah and Ruth.

In 1871 William and Sarah were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham. William was an agricultural labourer. The children at home were Joseph, Phoebe, Elijah, Ruth, George and Maria.

Sarah died in West Wickham in 1878 and was buried there on 24/12/1878.

I cannot find this family in 1881.

In 1891 William was a widower living with his son Joseph and his family at 9 Spring Cottages, Haverhill, Suffolk.

William died in Haverhill in 1895 and was buried in West Wickham on 18/01/1895, aged 78 years.

98 MARY MYNOTT 1819-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 23/05/1819.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Robert & Mary: grand children of James & Dinah, great grand children of John & Mary


99+ ROBERT MYNOTT 1818-1903

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 08/02/1818.

Married Sarah Richardson (Livermore) (b 1819 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) on 28/01/1843 in Balsham. The witnesses at their wedding were William Pluck and Sophia Daniels.

Their children:

William 02/06/1843
Charles 15/06/1845
John1847
Arthur1849
James1851
Marianna1853
Eliza1855
Walter1857
Eliza 1859

In 1841 Robert was living in West Wickham and Sarah also lived near by.

In 1851 Robert and Sarah were living at the Mill, Berden, Essex. Robert was employed as a journeyman miller. The children at home were William, Charles, John and Arthur as well as Sarah's sister Amy Richardson.

In 1861 Robert and Sarah were still living at the Mill in Berden. Robert was a miller. The children at home were William, Charles, John, Arthur, James, Mary, Walter and Eliza.

In 1871 Robert and Sarah were living in Berden Mill (presumably the same house) with their children John, Arthur, James, Walter and Eliza. Robert was still working as a miller.

In 1881 Robert and Sarah were still living in Berden Mill with their daughter Marianna. Robert was working as a miller (corn) and Marianna was a dressmaker.

In 1891 Robert and Sarah were still living at the Mill in Berden. He was still a miller. Their daughter Marianna was living with them.

Sarah died in Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire in 1893.

In 1901 Robert was now living in the High Street in Newport, Essex. His daughter Marianna and her son Austin were living with him. He had retired.

Robert died in Saffron Walden, Essex in 1903.


100+ JAMES MYNOTT 1820-1907

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1841 he was living with his sister Sarah in Streetley End, West Wickham. He was working as an agricultural labourer.

Married Mary Flack (b 1819 in West Wickham) on 19/11/1842 in West Wickham. Mary was the sister of Thomas who married Sarah, James's sister.

Their children:

John 20/03/1846 (c) 02/05/1847
Robert 13/06/1851

In 1851 James and Mary were living at Streetley End, West Wickham where James was working as an agricultural labourer. They lived with their young son John.

In 1861 James and Mary were living in Streetly Hall, West Wickham where James was employed as a farmer's bailiff. They shared their home with their 2 sons John and Robert.

In 1871 James and Mary were back in Streetley End, West Wickham where James was an agricultural labourer. Their sons John and Robert lived at home.

In 1881 James and Mary were living in Streetley Cottage, West Wickham. James was still an agricultural labourer. Their sons John and Robert lived at home and there was also their niece, Eliza there that day.

Mary died in West Wickham in 1884.

In 1891 James was living with his son John and his family in Streetley End, West Wickham. His other son Robert also lived in the house.

In 1901 James was head of the house in Streetley End, West Wickham. His son Robert was still living with him and James had retired.

James died in West Wickham in 1907.


101+ SARAH MYNOTT 1823-1911

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 21/11/1823.

In 1841 she was living with her brother James in Streetley End, West Wickham.

Married Thomas Flack (b 1813 in West Wickham) on 07/08/1841 in West Wickham. Thomas was the brother of James's (Saraha's brother) wife Mary

Their children:

William 07/06/1841 (c) 08/08/1841
John 05/05/1843
Henry 02/01/1846 (c) 15/02/1846
Selina/Celia18/03/1848(c) 07/05/1848
Elijah 06/02/1852
Christopher27/08/1854(c) 01/10/1854
Alfred1856
Hannah1859
Mary Ann1862 (c) 01/02/1863
In 1851 Sarah and Thomas were living in Streetley End, West Wickham. Thomas was an agricultural labourer. The children at home were William (Mynott), John, Henry and Selina.

In 1861 the family were living in the High Street, West Wickham and Thomas was a labourer. The children at home were John, Henry, Selina, Elijah, Christopher, Alfred and Hannah.

In 1871 Sarah and Thomas were living in Streetley End, West Wickham. Thomas still had the same job. The children at home were Christopher, Alfred and Hannah. Their son Elijah lived next door with his wife and family.

In 1881 Sarah and Thomas were still living in Streetley End, West Wickham. Thomas still did the same job. Their son Alfred was at home, as was Elijah's daughter Emily.

In 1891 Sarah and Thomas were still in the same place and doing the same job. Their son Alfred was still living at home.

In 1901 Sarah, Thomas and their son Alfred were still in the same place. Thomas had now retired.

Thomas died in West Wickham in 1901.

Sarah died in West Wickham in March 1911 and was buried there on 28/03/1911.


Children of Ann & James: grand children of James & Dinah, great grand children of John & Mary


102+ MARY ANN DANIELS 1816-1886

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 06/09/1816.

Married John Custance( b 1819 in Girton, Cambridgeshire) 24/11/1842 in Balsham. The IGI names him as John Custangs.

Their children:

Ann Maria 1844
William 1848
Alfred 1850

In 1851 Mary and John were living at 44 Gloucester Street in Cambridge St Giles. John was a labourer. The children at home were Ann, William and Alfred.

In 1861 Mary and John were living at 15 Shelley Road Cambridge St Giles. John was stil labouring. The children at home were Ann, William and Alfred.

John died in Q4 1862 in Cambridge.

In 1871 Mary was living at 19 Shelley Row with her sons William and Alfred.

In 1881 Mary was living in Victoria Road, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire. She was a laundress. Her son Alfred was still living with her.

Mary died in Q4 1886 in Chesteron.


103+ CELIA DANIELS 1819-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 22/05/1819.

Married Henry Fitch (b 1821 in Thurlow, Suffolk) in in Balsham on 04/08/1842. Their children:

Julia 1843
Arthur 1847
Walter 1841
Henry 1856
Emma 1859

In 1851 Henry and Celia (transcribed as Cecilia) were living in Balsham where Henry was a shoemaker. The children at home were Julia and Arthur.

In 1861 Celia (transcribed as Cicily) were living in Balsham with their children Walter, Henry and Emma. Henry was still doing the same job.

In 1871 Celia and Henry were living in West Wratting Road, Balsham and Henry was still making shoes. Their children Walter and Emma lived at home.

In 1881 Celia (Cecilia) and Henry were living in West Wratting Road, Balsham and still doing the same work.


104+ HENRY DANIELS 1822-1887

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 14/02/1822.

In 1841 he was living in Balsham with his parents and siblings William, Eliza and Harriet.

Henry married Fanny Norris (b abt 1822 in Sawston, Cambridgeshire) on 20/04/1850 in Balsham.

Their children:

Fredrick 1850
Harriet Elizabeth 1854
James Norris1856
Emma Jane 1859

In 1851 he was a servant in Babraham Cottage in Babraham, Cambridgeshire. He was a farm worker. Fanny was listed as head of the house in Balsham and she was there with their son Frederick.

In 1861 Henry and Fanny were living in Balsham where Henry was employed as an agricultural labourer. Their children Frederick, Harriet, James and Emma lived with them.

In 1871 Henry, Fanny and Frederick were living in Rats (Hats) Hall in Balsham. Henry was still doing the same job.

In 1881 Henry and Fanny were living in The Grounds in Babraham with a lodger named Charles Brown. Henry was still an agricultural labourer.

Henry possibly died in Q1 1887 in the Linton reg district.

Fanny possibly died in Q1 1898 in the same district.


105+ JANE DANIELS 1824-1894

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 03/10/1824.West Wratting.

In 1841 I believe Jane was working as a female servant in

Married James Plumb (b 1819 in Balsham) on 07/07/1844 in Balsham.

Their children:

Frederick 1846
James 1849
Elizabeth1859
Charles1861
Alice 1864

In 1851 Jane and James were living in Stocking Lane, Balsham where James was an agricultural labourer. Their children Frederick and James and Janes mother, Ann Daniels, lived with them.

In 1861 Jane and James (Plum in the transcription) were living in Balsham where James was employed as a farm gardener. Living with them were their children Fred, James, Elizabeth and baby Charles. There is also mention of a Henery Howe (aged 6) who is described as Son of Wife (Step Son). Who he is and how he came about I have no idea! The IGI has him as a son of Jane Howe, but that still does not make sense of the step son bit.

In 1871 Jane and James (Plumler) were living in Smiths Forge, Balsham where James was working as a servant groom. The children living with them were the mysterious Henry Howe (again described as step son), Charles and Alice.

In 1881 Jane and James are living in the High Street in Balsham. James is a domestic groom and gardener and Jane has told porkies about her age, knocking 8 years off!

James died in the Chesterton, Cambridgeshire reg district in Q4 1889.

In 1891 Jane wass still living in the same place and had 2 young boarders by the names of John Hall, aged 12 and Albert Fisher, aged 10.

Jane died in the Chesterton, Cambridgeshire reg district in Q2 1894.


106 WILLIAM DANIELS 1827-1914

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 06/01/1828.

In 1841 he was living in Balsham with his parents and siblings Henry, Eliza and Harriet.

Married Susanna Brown (b 1823 in Balsham) on 16/12/1848 in Balsham.

In 1851 William and Susanna were living in Balsham where William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1861 William and Susanna were living in the Grocers Shop in Balsham were William was the grocer. Living with them was Susanna's widowed father James Brown.

In 1871 William and Susanna were living in Balsham and William was employed as a grocer and farmer of 2 acres. I wonder if he sold any of his produce in his shop. James Brown was still living with them.

In 1881 William and Susanna were living in the High Street, Balsham and William was now farming 4 acres.

In 1891 William and Susanna were still living in the same place and William was still farming.

In 1901 William and Susanna were still living in the same place and William was still farming. Although William's age is written as 74, it has been transcribed as 44.

I believe William died in Balsham in Q1 1914.

I believe Susanna died in Balsham in Q1 1917.


107 ELIZA DANIELS 1830-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 26/12/1830.

In 1841 she was living in Balsham with her parents and siblings Henry, William and Harriet.

I beleieve Eliza died in Balsham in in Q2 1850.


108+HARRIETT DANIELS 1833-1897

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/05/1833.

In 1841 she was living in Balsham with her parents and siblings Henry, William and Eliza.

Married Samuel Newman (b 1831 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire) in 1855 in Cambridgeshire

Their children:

James 1856
Charles 1859
Jane 1862
Thomas1865
Emma1867
Elizabeth1876

In 1861 Harriet was listed as head of the house in West Wratting. She is listed as shepherd's wife and lived with her children James and Charles. I cannot find Samuel

In 1871 Harriet and Samuel were living in Scarletts Lane, West Wratting where Samuel was employed as a shepherd. The children at home were James, Charles, Jane, Thomas and Emma.

In 1881 Harriet and Samuel were living in Manor Well, West Wratting and Samuel was still working as a shepherd. The children at home were Charles, Thomas and Elizabeth.

In 1891 Harriet and Samuel were living in Shimpling in Norfolk. Samuel was still a shepherd. The children at home were Charles, Emma, Elizabeth and grandson Arthur (son of Emma).

Samuel died 1892 in the Depwade reg district, Norfolk.

Harriett died in Q 4 1897 in the Depwade reg district.


Children of Sarah & George: grand children of Sarah & Thomas, great grand children of John & Mary


109 ELIZABETH PAGE 07/08/1804-????

Born in West Wickham.

Christened there on 12/08/1804.

Nothing else is currently known.


110+ ANN PAGE 30/03/1807-1847

Born in West Wickham.

Christened there on 03/05/1807.

Had a daughter out of wedlock.

Her child:

Sarah 1831

Married John Mynott (b 18/09/1808 in West Wickham) on 17/10/1835 in West Wickham. John was her cousin and son of Thomas and Catherine. The witnesses at the wedding were Thomas and Rebecca Page.

Their children:

Betsey 1836 (c) 19/06/1836
Mary Ann 06/11/1839 (c) 22/12/1839
Frances 10/05/18

In 1841 census Ann and John were living in West Wickham. The children there are Sarah, Elizabeth (Betsey?) and Mary Ann.

Ann died in 1847 in West Wickham and was buried there on 21/01/1847.

The children were brought up by their father and his new wife. For details please click here John Mynott.


111+ REBECCA PAGE 04/03/1810-1875

Born in West Wickham.

Christened there on 01/04/1810.

Married Ambrose Shanks (b 1818 in Withersfield, Suffolk) in West Wickham on 18/03/1839. The witnesses at their wedding were Thomas Page and Ann Maria Grant.

Their children:

Elizabeth 1840
George 1843
Sarah 1846

I cannot find the family in 1841.

In 1851 Rebecca and Ambrose were living in the High Street, West Wickham. Ambrose was employed as a carpenter and the children at home were Elizabeth, George and Sarah.

In 1861 Rebecca and Ambrose were still living in the High Street and Ambrose was still doing the same job. The children at home were George and Sarah and there was also a lodger named Larry Woolard, who was also a carpenter. He was Rebecca's nephew and the son of Mary Page.

In 1871 Rebecca and Ambrose's address is West Wickham Street, West Wickham. Ambrose is still a carpenter.

Rebecca died in West Wickham in 1875 and was buried there on 03/04/1875.

In 1881 Ambrose was lodging in The Mangle, Hinton Road, Fulbourn,Cambridgeshire. He was employed as a carpenter - journey. The head of the house was a Christopher Page (an agricultural laobourer) but I have not yet found a connection to Rebecca.

Ambrose died in the Chesterton reg district in Q3 1889.



112+ WILLIAM PAGE 16/05/1813-1863

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire and the twin of Thomas.

Christened there on 16/05/1813.

Married Ann Fitch (b 1822 in West Wickham) in West Wickhma on 16/11/1839. Willaim was a labourer and the witnesses at their wedding were John Page and Rebecca Shanks.

Their children:

John 10/10/1839
George 19/09/1841
Eliza 22/02/1844
Rebecca08/09/1846
Jane 1849
Mary1852
Sarah Ann1856
Alice 1860

In 1841 William and Ann were living in the Burton's End West Wickham. They were living in the home of William's parents, along with his siblings John and Mary and also his and Ann's son John.

In 1851 William and Ann were living in Broad Green, Horseheath along with their children John, George, Eliza, Rebecca and Jane. William was a farm labourer.

In 1861 William and Ann were living in Cottage, Bartlow in Essex. William was still in the same job. The children there were John, Rebecca, Jane, Mary, Sarah Ann and Alice.

William died in Q 4 1863 in the Linton reg district.

In 1871 Ann was still living in Bartlow with her daughter Alice and grandson William. She was employed as a charwoman. William was the son of Ann's daughter Jane.

In 1881 Ann was was still living in Bartlow in Camps Road. She was working as a laundress.

In 1891 Ann was living in Shipps Yard, Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire. She was once again working as a charwoman.

In 1901 Ann was living in The Almshouses in Fulbourn.

I believe Ann died in Q4 1902 in the Linton reg district.


113+ THOMAS PAGE 16/05/1813-1895

Born in West Wickham and the twin of William.

Christened there on 16/05/1813.

Married Prudence Hyner (b 09/05/1816 in West Wickham) on 09/05/1840 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were John Page and Sarah Backler.

Their children:

Betsey 15/08/1843
Robert 29/11/1847
Alfred 22/06/1850
Edward06/03/1852
Phoebe 31/12/1854
Sarah31/12/1854

In 1841 Thomas and Prudence were living in the High Strret, West Wickham, where Thomas was an agricultural labourer.

In 1851 Thomas and Prudence were still living in the High Strret, West Wickham with their children Elizabeth (Betsey), Robert and Alfred. Thomas still had the same profession.

In 1861 the family were still living at the same place. Thomas was a labourer. The children at home were Robert, Alfred, Edward, Phoebe and Sarah. There was also a Thomas Hyner lodging with them who was quite possibly Prudence's father.

In 1871 the address had changed to West Wickham Street and it was only Thomas, Prudence and Alfred living there. Thomas was once again working the fields.

in 1881 the family were in the same house. Thomas was still in the same job. Living there this time along with Thomas and Prudence were Alfred, Sarah and grand daughter Adeline. I have yet to discover who her parent was.

In 1891 Thomas and Prudence were still living in West Wickham, along with children Alfred and Phoebe. Thomas was still in the same employment.

Thomas died in West Wickham in 1895 and was buried there on 06/04/1895.

Prudence died in West Wickham in 1907 and was buried there on 17/09/1907.


114+ MARY PAGE 05/09/1816-1860

Born in West Wickham.

Christened there on 20/10/1816.

Married Isaac Woolard (b 1817 in West Wickham) on 19/06/1841 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Ambrose and Rebecca Shanks.

Their children:

Robert 29/09/1841
Larry 03/06/1843
Elias 20/12/1844
Pharoah 03/10/1847
David 08/05/1850
Eleanor 1852
Celia 06/02/1853
Sarah 25/09/1855
George1857

In 1841 Mary was living with her parents, brother John and William, William's wife Ann and their son John in Burton's End, West Wickham.

In 1851 Mary and Isaac were living in the High Street, West Wickham where Isaac was an agricultural labourer. The children living with them were Larry, Elias, Pharoah and David. There was also a lodger named Henry Woolard who could possibly have been a relative.

Mary died in December 1860 and was buried at West Wickham on 16/12/1860.

In 1861 Isaac was still living in the same place and working as a labourer. Living with him were his children Larry, Pharoah, David, Sarah and George.

I cannot find Isaac after that.


115+ JOHN PAGE 1820-1894

Born in West Wickham.

Christened there on 23/04/1820.

In 1841 Mary was living with his parents, sister Mary, brother William,along with William's wife Ann and their son John in Burton's End, West Wickham.

In 1851 I cannot find John at all.

Married Elizabeth Dickerson (b 11/12/1824 in West Wickham) in West Wickham on 19/06/1855. The witnesses at their wedding were William Brown and Mary Roof. I believe Elizabeth already had 2 daughters when they married - Julia and Selina, although Selina may well have been John's as she was named Selina Page Dickerson.

Their children:

George Henry 05/11/1855
Sarah 1858
Sophia 1862
Mary 1865

In 1861 John and Elizabeth were living in the High Street, West Wickham and John was employed as a labourer. Living with them were Elizabeth's daughter Julia and their children George and Sarah.

In 1871 John and Elizabeth were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham. John was an agricultural labourer. The children living with them were Selina, George, Sarah, Sophia and Mary. There was also a niece named Sarah and a grand daughter named Eliza. I believe Sarah was the daughter of John's sister Ann. As yet, I do not know the parent of the grandchild.

In 1881 John and Elizabeth were still living in the same house and doing the same job. Living with them John's niece Sarah and their grand daughter Eliza.I was going to say Eliza belonged to Sarah, but that wouldn't make her John's grand daughter. Mind you, the enumerators had step children down as inlaws so they may have great niece down as grand daughter. If Eliza was genuinely a grand daughter she must belonged to one of Elizabeth's daughters as they would be the only ones old enough to have children.

In 1891 John and Elizabeth were still living in West Wickham and John was still in the same job. Living with them were their daughter Mary and grandchildren Albert, Rebecca and Henry. These were all Mary's children.

John died in Q1 1894 in West Wickham.

In 1901 Elizabeth was living in Burton's End, West Wickham as head of the house. Living with her were her daughter Mary and grandsons Albert and Henry.

Elizabeth died in Q2 1913 in West Wickham.


Children of Ann & John: grand children of Sarah & Thomas, great grand children of John & Mary


116+ JANE BALES 07/05/1802-1874

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 06/6/1802.

Married John Webb (b abt 1800 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire) on 30/12/1822.

Their children:

Ann 1826
Mary 1826
James 1830
Betsy 1833
William 1836
Henry 1838
Edward1841

In 1841 Jane and James were living in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire and John was an agricultural labourer. The children living with them were Ann, Mary, James, William, Henry and Edward.

In 1851 John and Jane were living in West Wratting, where John was an agricultural labourer. The children living with them were James, Betsy, William, Henry and Edward.

In 1861 Jane and John were still living in West Wratting and still doing the same job. Their son Henry was living with them.

In 1871 Jane and John were still living in West Wratting and still doing the same job.

Jane possibly died in West Wratting in Q4 1874.

I believe John died in West Wratting in Q1 1881.


117+ THOMAS BALES 27/11/1803-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/12/1803.

Married Sarah Morley on 15/03/1823 in West Wickham.

Their child:

Mary 1824

Thomas died in 1827 in Castle Camps where he was crushed to death in a gravel pit.


118 ROBERT BALES 18/03/1807-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/04/1807

Nothing else is currently known.


119 SARAH BALES 09/02/1810-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/04/1810.

Nothing else is currently known.


120+ ANN BALES 24/05/1812-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 21/06/1812.

Married Edward Woolard (b 16/07/1807 in West Wickham) on 30/09/1830 in West Wickham. Edward was the brother of Ann's cousin Mary Page's husband Isaac.

Their child:

Charles 1830

121 ELIZABETH BALES 30/03/1815-1827

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 21/05/1815.

Died in West Wickham in 1827, aged just 12 years.


122 CHARLOTTE BALES 1819-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 20/06/1819

Nothing else is currently known.


123 CAROLINE BALES 1820-1843

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/11/1820

Died in West Wickham in 1843. There is a death for a Caroline Beals in Q1 1843 in the right area.


124 JOHN BALES 1823-1843

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 18/05/1823.

In 1841 he was living with his father in the High Street, West Wickham.

There is a death for a John Bales in Q2 1843 in the Downham reg district in Cambridgeshire. I do not know if this is the same John.

Children of John & Charlotte: grand children of Sarah & Thomas, great grand children of John & Mary


125+ ANN POLLARD 20/08/1809-1864

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/10/1809.

Married Josiah Potter (b 1810 in Hundon, Suffolk) on 15/03/1832 in West Wickham.

Their children:

Elizabeth 1832
William 1834
Charlotte 1835
John 1838
Eliza 1840
Sarah 1843
Mary1846
William 1849

In 1841 Ann and Josiah were living in the High Street, West Wickham along with their children Elizabeth, Charlotte, John and Eliza. Josiah was a shoemanker.

In 1851 Ann and Josiah were living in Chalke Road, West Wickham with their children Eliza, Sarah, Mary Ann and William. Josiah's job said Cordwainer.

In 1861 Ann and Josiah were living in Bottle Hall, West Wickham and Josiah was still a cordwainer. The children living with them were John and Mary Ann and they had a very young lodger - a baby of 9 months by the name of Mary Ann Surpin.

Died in West Wickham in 1864 and was buried on 25/12/1864.

I cannot find Josiah after 1861.


126+SARAH POLLARD 15/02/1812-1872

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/03/1812.

Married James Crick (b 08/01/1806 in West Wickham) on 19/08/1832 in West Wickham.

Their children:

Betsey 1833
Elizabeth 1835
William 1837
Thomas 1839
Sarah 1842
Betsey 1844
John 1848
Susan1850

In 1841 Sarah and Ann were living in the High Street in West Wickham with their children William and Thomas. Also living with them was a Robert Crick (probably James's father). James was an agricultural labourer.

In 1851 Sarah and James were living in West Wickham with their children William, Elizabeth, John, Susan and Thomas. Going on her age, this Elizabeth was in fact Betsey. James still had the same job.

In 1861 Sarah and James were living in the High Street in West Wickham with their children William, John and Susan. James was employed as a labourer.

James died in August 1868 and was buried in West Wickham on 30/08/1868.

In 1871 Sarah was living in the same place with her son John.

Sarah died in 1872 in West Wickham and was buried on 10/06/1872.


127 SOPHIA POLLARD 16/11/1815-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 07/01/1816.

Nothing else is currently known.


128+THOMAS POLLARD 1819-1869

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 03/01/1819.

In 1841 Thomas was living in Burton End, West Wickham with his parents and brother John.

Married Matilda Hayward (b 1818 in West Wickham) on 19/07/1841 in West Wickham. Thomas was a farmer when he married and the witnesses at the wedding were Robert and Ann Plum.

Their children:

Emily 1841
Louisa 1844
Thomas William 1846
Mercy 1857

In 1851 Matilda was living in the High Street West Wickham with her children Emily, Louisa and Thomas. I have yet to find where Thomas was.

In 1861 Thomas and Matilda were living with their children Louisa and William in the High Street, West Wickham. Thomas's job says Public House.

Thomas died in 1869 and was buried at West Wickham on 09/04/1869.

In 1871 Matilda was living in West Wickham as a retired Publican's widow. She had a lodger named Nathaniel Hammond, who was a blacksmith.

In 1881 Matilda was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham and her occupation is listed as Annuitant.

In 1891 Matilda was still living in West Wickham, on her own means. With her was her grand daughter Elizabeth Mannings. Elizabeth was Emily's daughter.

In 1901 Matilda was living with her grand daughter Elizabeth and her family in the HIgh Street, West Wickham. She was living on her own means.

Matilda died 1905 at Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire and was buried on 18/04/1905 in West Wickham.


129 WILLIAM POLLARD 1824-25/07/1829

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire. He was the twin brother of John

Christened there on 22/08/1824.

Died in 1829 and was buried in West Wickham on 25/07/1829.


130 JOHN POLLARD 1824-1825

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire. He was the twin brother of William.

Christened there on 22/08/1824.

Died in 1825 and was buried in West Wickham on 06/04/1825.


131+ JOHN POLLARD 1827-1877

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 26/07/1827.

Married Mary Gault (b 1827 in West Wickham) on 04/04/1848 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire. John was a thatcher at the time of hids marriage. The witnesses were George Preston and Mary Roof.

Their children:

Adelaide 1848
Charlotte 1849
John1851
William 1852
Elleanor 1853
George 1855
Walter 1856
George1858
William1860
Mary1862
Annie 1864
Agnes 1866
Isabella1868
John1870

In 1841 John was living in Burton End, West Wickham with his parents and brother Thomas.

In 1851 John and Mary were living in the High Street, West Wickham with their children Adelaide and Charlotte. John had followed in his father's footsteps and was also a thatcher.

In 1861 John and Mary, along with their children Adelaide, Charlotte, John, Ellen, Walter, George and William in the High Street, West Wickham. John was still a thatcher.

In 1871 John and Mary were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their children Walter, George, William, Mary Ann, Annie Agness, Isabella and John. John was still in the same job.

John died in 1877 and was buried on 08/08/1877.

In 1881 Mary was still living in the same place with her children George and John.

In 1891 Mary was living at 9 Walton terrace in Lambeth, London. She was employed as a boarding house keeper. Living with her were her children George, Isabella and John H. There were also boarders named Stephen Drew (railway brakesman) and William Dimmick (horsekeeper groom) and Mary's grand daughter Lily Bennet. Lily was the daughter of Mary Ann and her husband James.

I believe Mary died in Lambeth in 1893.


Children of Mary Ann & John: grand children of Ann & James, great grand children of John & Mary


132 MARY HITCHCOCK 1819-1919

Born in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.

In 1841 Mary was living Kings Lynn, Norfolk with her parents and siblings, Harriet and Newman.

Nothing else is currently known,


133+ HARRIET HITCHCOCK 1831-????

Born in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.

In 1841 Harriet was living Kings Lynn, Norfolk with her parents and siblings, Mary and Newman.

In 1851 Harriet was living in Kings Lynn with her parents and brother Newman. She was working as a dressmaker.

Married John Bartle (b 1831 in Kings Lynn) in Q3 1854 in Kings Lynn.

Their children:

Harriet 1856
John 1858
Emma Elizabeth 1860
Constance 1863
Liliane 1868
Annie1870
Benjamin 1873
William 1879

In 1861 Harriet was living in Regent Street, Kings Lynn where she is listed as a seaman's wife. I cannot find John so presumably he was away at sea. At home with her were her children Harriet, John and Emma, along with her mother Mary Ann Hitchcock and brother Newman Hitchcock.

In 1871 Harriet and John were living miles away from Norfolk in Nelson Street, Willington, Northumberland. John was employed as a bergeman.I have yet to discover what exactly this was, but I have a suspicion it is written as bargeman, but the a looks like an e. The children living with them were Harriet, John, Emma, Constance, Lilian and Annie.

In 1881 Harriet and John were living at 30 Nelson Street, Willington Quay, Northumberland. John was employed this time as a painter. Living in the house with them were their children John, Emma, Lilian, Annie, Benjamin and William. There was also their grandson John Green (son of Harriet) living there.

I cannot find either Harriet or John in 1891

In 1901 Harriet was still living in the same house, as the head, with her son William and grandson John Green.

John possibly died in Q4 1898 in the Tynemouth reg district.

Harriet possibly died in Q1 1919 in the Tynemouth reg district.


134+ NEWMAN HITCHCOCK 1835-1903

Born in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.

In 1841 Newman was living Kings Lynn, Norfolk with his parents and siblings, Mary and Harriet.

In 1851 Newman was living in Kings Lynn with his parents and sister Harriet.He was employed as a pipe maker.

In 1861 Newman was living with his sister Harriet and her children Harriet, John and Emma plus his mother in Regent Street, Kings Lynn. He was now workking as a painter.

In Q1 1864 in Kings Lynn, Norfolk, he married Sarah Ann Arnold (b abt. 1842 in Hilgay, Norfolk).

Their children:

Frederick J J 1866
Walter 1869
Alfred Newman 1872
Herbert Bertie 1875

In 1871 Newman and Sarah were living at Pri House (private house?) Kings Lynn South with their sons Frederick and Walter. Also there was a lodger by the name of John Arnold (Sarah's widowed father) and his children Catherine and Edward plus grand daughter Catherine. This would make them Newman's brother and sister in law and Catherine was Sarah's niece.

In 1881 Newman and Sarah were living in South Lynn Plain, South Lynn with their sons Frederick, Alfred and Herbert. Newman was employed as a a plumber.

In 1891 Newman and Sarah were living in the same place with their sons Frederick, Alfred and Herbert. Newman was a plumber.

I beleieve Sarah died in Q1 1897 in the St Faiths reg district in Norfolk.

In 1901 Newman was living in his son Frederick's house at 6 Hampton Court, Kings Lynn. He was still working as a plumber. As well as his son there was his daughter in law Anne and grand children Frank, Violet and George. There was also 2 boarders named Christpher Hale and Hamilton Hubbard, plus a visitor named Ellen Mitchell.

Newman died in Kings Lynn in Q4 1903.


Children of William & Susanna: grand children of Ann & James, great grand children of John & Mary


135 CAROLINE CHADWICK 1820-???

Born in Cambridgeshire.

Christened in St Peter's, Wisbeach, Cambridgeshire on 08/09/1820.

Nothing else is currently known.


THE NEXT GENERATION: 5


Child of Robert & Susannah grandchild of Ann & Pamphillion, great grand child of Robert & Ann, 2x great grand child of John & Mary


136+ WILLIAM LINSDELL 1821-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Married Charlotte Bower (b abt 1826 in Newmarket, Suffolk) on 07/08/1842 in Fulbourn.

Their children:

Angelina 1854
Emma 1859
William 1871

In 1851 William and Charlotte were living in Church Street, Fulbourn, next door to William's parents. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1861 William and Charlotte were in Railway Street, Newmarket with their daughters Angelina and Emma. William was employed as an agricultural labourer. This was the home of William's parents.

In 1871 William and Charlotte were living in Granby Street, Newmarket All Saints with their daughter Emma. They were still living in the home of William's parents. William was employed as a labourer, like his father.

In 1881 William and Charlotte were living in 4 Fisher's Cottage, Newmarket with their son William. The cottage was the home of William's widowed father. William was employed as a labourer, coals.

I cannot find William or Charlotte in 1891.

Charlotte possibly died in the Newmarket reg district in Q4 1891.

William possibly died in the Newmarket reg district in Q1 1892.


Children of Henry & Susannah grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, great grand children of Robert & Ann, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


137+ ROBERT LINSDELL 01/10/1831-1913

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 18/12/1831.

In 1851 Robert was living in Malting Cottages, Hadstock, Rochester, Essex with his mother, stepmother and half siblings Elizabeth and Henry. His paternal grandmother, Ann (Mynott) was also living with them. Robert was employed as a labourer.

Enlisted in the army on 03/02/1854. He was in the 80th Foot South Stafford Regiment for 12 years and took part in the Crimean War.

Robert was a war hero and was presented with the George Medal for bravery.

Married Eliza Abraham (b abt. 1850 in Ramsey, Huntingdonshire) in Q3 1869 in the Ely reg district.

Their children:

Clara 1873
Susannah 1879
Julia 1883
Ernest1891

In 1871 Robert and Eliza were living in Back Hill, Ely, Cambridgeshire. Robert was employed as a drummer in Militia.

In 1881 Robert and Eliza were living at 64 Chalton Street, St Pancras, London with his daughters Clara and Susannah. Robert was employed as a general labourer.

In 1891 Robert and Eliza were living in Horseheath Road, Linton with their children Susannah, Julia and Ernest. Robert was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Robert and Eliza were living in the same place with their son Ernest. Robert was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1912, during a visit to Linton by King George V, Robert was presented to the King. Click here for a photo of the visit.

Robert died in November 1913 Linton and was given a military funeral. He had been living in Horseheath Road, Linton prior to his death.

Eliza died in Q4 1923 in the Linton reg district.


138+ SUSANNAH LINSDELL 1834-17/11/1916

Born in Maltings Cottages, Hadstock (now Linton, Cambridgeshire) Essex.

Christened in the Independant Church, Linton on 12/11/1834.

Susannah emigrated to Australia aboard the ship Ganges Khan. She landed in Victoria in July 1853.

Married Thomas Rice (b 11/04/1830 in Stroud, Gloucestershire) in St Mark Church, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia in 1853. Thomas was a farm hand and a gardener.

Their children:

Sophie 1855
Henry 1856
Alice 1857
William1859
Charles 1861
Frederick1862
Elizabeth 1865
Edward1866
Samuel1869
Thomas1870
Henry 1871
Clara 1873
John 1875
Henry 1877

Susan died on 17/11/1916 in Warrenhelp, Victoria.

Thomas died 24/07/1918 in Ballarat, Victoria and was buried in the Ballarat new cemetary on 06/08/19, Private Block B, section3, grave 27 with his wife.


Children of Henry & Sylvia grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, great grand children of Robert & Ann, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


139 ELIZABETH LINSDELL 1840-????

Born at 4 Maltings Cottages, Hadstock, Essex (now in Linton).

In 1851 Elizabeth was living in n Malting Cottages, Hadstock with her parents, half brother Robert and brother Henry.

Nothing else is currently known.


140+ HENRY LINSDELL 02/11/1843-????

Born at 4 Maltings Cottages, Hadstock, Essex (now in Linton).

In 1851 Henry was living in Malting Cottages, Hadstock with his parents, half brother Robert and sister Elizabeth.

Married Jane ? (b abt. 1841 in St Lukes, London)

Their children:

Jane 1860
Eliza 1870

I cannot find the family in 1861.

In 1871 Henry and Jane were living at 50 Crozer Lane, Hackney, London with their daughters Jane and baby Eliza. Henry was employed as a bricklayers labourer.

Married Annnie Ferrier (b abt 1832 in Winterton, Lincolnshire) in Q2 1878 in the Holburn reg district, London. Annie was possibly a widow as she had at least 2 children.

Jane died in 1876 in the Linton reg district.

Married Annnie Ferries in Q2 1878 in the Holburn reg district, London.

In 1881 Henry and Annie were living at 4 Cottage Lane, St Luke, London with Henry's dasughter Eliza and Annie's daughter Harriet Ferrier. Henry was employed as a general labourer.

In 1891 Henry and Annie were living at 17 New Charles Street, St Lukes with Annie's daughters Annie (barmaid) and Harriet Ferrier. Henry was employed as a laundryman.

Annie died in Q1 1900 in the Strand reg district, London.

Nothing else is currently known.


141 JOHN LINSDELL 1847-????

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 09/03/1847.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of William & Mary grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, great grand children of Robert & Ann, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


142 JANE LINSDELL 1828-????

Born in Cambridgeshire.

In 1841 Jane was living in West Wratting with her parents and siblings Eliza, Rebecca and Mary. Her uncle Thomas Linsdell lived next door, along with his family.

Nothing else is currently know,


143+ ELIZA LINSDELL 1831-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1841 Eliza was living in West Wratting with her parents and siblings Jane, Rebecca and Mary. Her uncle Thomas Linsdell lived next door, along with his family.

Possibly married James Twinn (b 07/06/1829 in West Wratting) in Q4 1849 in the Linton reg district.

Their children:

Emma 1849
Charles 1850
Richard 1853
Rebecca 1855
William 1857
George 1859
Jane 1861
Alfred 1863
Ellen 1865
Eliza 18671
James 1869
Samuel 1871
Mary Elizabeth 1873
Arthur 1876

In 1851 Eliza and James were living in West Wratting with their children Emma and baby Charles. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1861 Eliza and James were living at Larks Hall Cottages, Weston Coleville with their children Emma, Charles, Richard, Rebecca, William, George and Jane. James was employed as a shepherd.

In 1871 the family were transcribed as Sween and took a while to find. Eliza and James were living at Common Drift, West Wratting with their children Richard, William, George, Jane, Alfred, Ellen and James. James was employed as a shepherd.

In 1881 Eliza was at the home of her daughter Emma and her family. This was at Workhouse Yard, Trumpington, Cambridgeshire. She was listed as married and was working as a nurse (SMS, not domestic).

In 1881 James was living in Common, West Wratting (probably the same house) and working as an agricultural labourer. Living with him were his children William, Jane, James, Elizabeth and Arthur. Also there that day was his grandson George Freestone.

In 1891 Eliza and James were living in the same place with their children Jane, James, Samuel and Arthur. Their grand daughter Ellen Twinn (Jane's daughter) was also there that day. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Eliza and James were living in Common Road, West Wratting (probably the same house) with their children Jane and James and grandson John Twinn (yet to discover who her parent is) . James was employed as a shepherd on a farm.

Eliza possibly died in Q4 1905 in the Linton reg district.

James possibly died in Q2 1907 in the Linton reg district.


144+ REBECCA LINSDELL 1835-1876

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1841 Rebecca was living in West Wratting with her parents and siblings Jane, Eliza and Mary. Her uncle Thomas Linsdell lived next door, along with his family.

In 1851 Rebecca, (transcribed as Beod), was living in West Wratting with her parents and siblings Marya, James and John (although John had been transcribed as a grandson).

Possibly married Ishmael Cutter (b abt. 1833 in Little Abington, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1856 in the Linton reg district.

Their children:

Ellen 1857
Amelia 1860
Henry John 1863
Alice 1866

In 1861 Rebecca and Ishmael were living in Little Abington, Cambridgeshire with their daughters Ellen and Amelia. Ishmael was employed as a shepherd.

In 1871 Rebecca and Ishmael were living in Grange Road, Little Abington with their children Amelia, Henry and Alice. Ishmael was working as a shepherd still.

Rebecca died in Q4 1876 in the Linton reg district.

In 1881 Ishmael was living in Reed Farm Cottage, Babraham, Cambridgeshire with his children Henry and Alice. He was still working as a shepherd.

In 1891 Ishmael was living in Stetchworth with his children Henry and Alice. He was employed as a shepherd.

In 1901 Ishmael was living in Hall Farm Cottages, Stetchworth. He was head of the house and living with himn was his son Henry, daughter in law Mary and grandchildren Ethel and Henry.

Ishmael did in Q2 1907 in the Newmarket reg district.


145+ MARY LINSDELL 1839-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1841 Mary was living in West Wratting with her parents and siblings Jane, Eliza andRebecca. Her uncle Thomas Linsdell lived next door, along with his family.

In 1851 Mary was living in West Wratting with her parents and siblings Rebecca, James and John (although John had been transcribed as a grandson).

Possibly married James Benstead (b 1829 in Great Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire) in Q2 1857 in the Linton reg district.

Their children:

Selina 1857
Alice 1858
Eliza 1859

In 1861 Mary and James were living in Great Wilbraham with their daughters Selina, Alice and Eliza. James was employed as a farm labourer.

In 1871 Mary and James were living in Frog End, Great Wilbraham with their daughters Alice and Eliza. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Mary and James were living in the same place with their daughters Selina and Alice. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Mary and James were still living in the same place and James was still in the same line of work.

In 1901 Mary and James were still living in Frog End. James was still employed as an agricultural labourer.

Nothing else is currently known.


146+ JOHN WILLIAM LINSDELL 1847-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 John was living in West Wratting with his parents and siblings Rebecca, Mary and James. He is named as a grandon in this census.

In 1861 John was living in Fleam Dyke, West Wratting with his parents and brother James. he was named as a son in this census. Also in the house that day was a cousin John Barker. John was working as an agricultural labourer.

Married Sarah Ann Daniels in Q4 1868 in the Linton reg district.

Their children:

Alice Ann 1869
Arthur Willie 1876

in 1871 John and Sarah were living at Reed Farm Cottages, Babraham, Cambridgeshire with their daughter Alice. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Sarah died sometime between the cenci.

In 1881 John was living in the High Street, Balsham, Cambridgeshire with his children Alice and Arthur. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

John remarried to a Susan ? (b abt 1837 in Burwell, Cambridgeshire)between cenci.

In 1891 John and Susan were living in Balsham Road, Linton. John was employed as a farm bailiff.

In 1901 John and Susan were living in the White Horse, Abbey Street, Ickleton with John's son Arthur. John was employed as a coal merchant and beer seller and had his own account.

Nothing else is currently known.


147+ JAMES LINSDELL 1848-1908

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 James was living in West Wratting with his parents and siblings Rebecca, Mary and John.

In 1861 James was living in Fleam Dyke, West Wratting with his parents and brother John. he was named as a son in this census. Also in the house that day was a cousin John Barker. James was working as an agricultural labourer.

Married Martha Matilda Brown (b 1846 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1867 in the Linton reg district.

Their children:

Edward 1868
William 1870
Harry 1873
Charles 1880
Bertha Kathleen1883
Minnie Elizabeth1885
Alice1886
Rosa Ellen 1888
Leonard Morris1892

In 1871 James and Martha (known as Matilda in this cencus) were living in Botling (?) Hall, West Wratting with their sons John Brown (probably Martha's illigitimate son) and William. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 James and Martha were living in West Wickham Road, Balsham, Cambridgeshire with their children John (now named Linsdell), Edward, William, Harry and baby Charles. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 James and Martha were living in Worsted (?) Lodge Cottages, Balsham with their children William, Harry, Charles, Bertha, Minnie, Allen and Rosa. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 James and Martha were living in the same house with their children Bertha, Rosa and Leonard. James was employed as a horse kepper on a farm.

James died in Q3 1908 in the Linton reg district.


Children of Thomas & Mary grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, great grand children of Robert & Ann, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


148 EMMA LINSDELL 03/06/1838-????

Born in West Wratting, Essex.

Christened there on 10/03/1844.

In 1851 Emma was living in West Wratting with her parents and siblings Elleanor and Alfred.

Emma married Christopher Guymer (b 1831 in West Wratting or Stetchworth, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1856 in West Wratting.

In 1861 Emma and Christopher were living in West Wratting where Christopher was working as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 Emma and Christopher (transcribed as Cristopher) were living in West Wratting, next door but one to Emma's parents. Christopher was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Christopher (Guyner) died in Q3 1874 in the Linton reg district of Cambridgeshire.

Emma possibly died in the Wisbeach reg district in Q3 1904.


149 ELEANOR LINSDELL 1844-????

Born in West Wratting, Essex.

In 1851 Elleanor was living in West Wratting with her parents and siblings Emma and Alfred.

In 1861 Ellen (as she was then known) was living in the High Street, West Wratting with her parents and siblings Alfred, George, James and Mary.

Eleanor, (recorded on Free BMD as Helena) married David Blanks (b abt. 1835 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1869 in the West Wratting.

In 1871 Eleanor and David were living in Gumners (?) Hall, Balsham Cambridgeshire, where David was empoyed as an agricultural labourer.

I can find no mention of an Eleanor, Ellen or Helena and David Blanks after 1871. I did however find a marriage for Eleanor Blanks to Thomas Wheston in Q1 1876 in Sawston. This Eleanor is the right age and born in the right place to be Eleanor Linsdell. This couple did have children but I have not listed them as I have no real proof they are one and the same person. If any proof comes to light I will go back and finish. I have since discovered that Eleanor's parents had a visitor in the 1881 census named Annie Wheston. Could this have been their grandchild?


150+ ALFRED LINSDELL 20/06/1846-13/041881

Born in West Wratting, Essex.

Christened there on 20/09/1846.

In 1851 Alfred was living in West Wratting with his parents and siblings Emma and Elleanor.

In 1861 Alfred was living in the High Street, West Wratting with his parents and siblings Ellen, George, James and Mary. He was an agricultural labourer.

Married Julia Isaacson (b 1846 in Bottisham Lode, Cambridgeshire) on 05/12/1870 in Bottisham Lode. The witnesses at their wedding were James Isaacson (Julia's brother) and Susannah Riches.

Their children:

Kate 1871
Edward 1873
Mary 1876
Eleanor01/04/1879
Georgina1882

In 1871 Alfred and Julia were living at 30 Bradmore Street in St Andrews the Leas, Cambridgeshire where Alfred was a police officer.

In 1881 Alfred and Kate were living at 17 William Street, Mile End Old Town, London where Alfred was now employed as a labourer. Living with them were their children Kate, Edward, Mary and Eleanor. There was also Julia's nephew Edward Isaacson living with them.

Alfred died in Whitechapel, London on 13/04/ 1881. He died from internal injuries he got when he fell from a van. This could possibly have been a brewer's drey as he was a carman. He was treated at the London Hospital. Julia was pregnant with their last child, Georgina, when he died.

In 1891 Julia was living at 41 Gold Street, Mile End Old Town with her children Edward, Mary and Georgina plus a lodger named John Baker. Julia was employed as a ?? wash(?!).

I cannot find Julia in 1901.

Julia died in Poplar, London in 1904 of cancer of the uterus.


151 THOMAS LINSDELL 1849-1849

Born in West Wratting, Essex.

Christened there on 15/07/1849.

I believe Thomas Linsdell died in Q4 1849 in the Linton reg district.


152+ GEORGE THOMAS LINSDELL 21/09/1851-1926

Born in Town Street, West Wratting, Essex.

Christened in West Wratting on 16/11/1851.

In 1861 George was living in the High Street, West Wratting with his parents and siblings Ellen, Alfred, James and Mary.

In 1871 George was living in West Wratting with his parents and siblings James and Mary. He was working as an agricultural labourer.

Married Alice Miller (b 1855 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) in Cambridgeshire in September 1878.

Their children:

Emma 1878
James 1880

In 1881 George and Alice were living in West Wratting with their children Emma and James. George was working as an agricultural labourer.

Alice died at 7 Lee Terrace, Sydenham, Lewisham, London in 1887.

George then married Eliza Smith (b 24/09/1867 in St George East, London) on 09/07/1888 in Bromley, Kent.

Their children:

George Thomas 28/01/1889
Margaret 1891
John Alfred 1893
Alice Maud 1896
Annie 1900
Charles Gladstone 1899
Ada 1894
Annie 1900
Lily Winifred 1903
James 1905
Marie May 1906
Frederick Leonard 1909
Alfred George 1910

In 1891 George and Eliza were living in ? Cottage in Sydenham London. George was now employed as a gas stoker. Living with them were their children James, George and Margaret.

In 1901 Gerorge and Eliza were living at 1 Croft Cottages, Sydenham, Lewisham, London with their children George, Ellen, Alfred, Charles and baby Annie. George was still working as a gas stoker..

George died at 390 High Street, Catford, Lewisham, London in 1926

Eliza died in Lewisham in 1956.


153+ JAMES LINSDELL 1855-????

Born in West Wratting, Essex.

Christened there on 27/05/1855.

In 1861 James was living in the High Street, West Wratting with his parents and siblings Ellen, Alfred, George and Mary.

In 1871 James was living in West Wratting with his parents and siblings George and Mary. He was working as an agricultural labourer.

Married Esther Withington (b 1856 in Eccles, Lancashire) in the Lewisham reg district, London in Q3 1880.

Their children:

James A 1882
Thomas 1884
Albert 1887
Newman 1894

In 1881 James and Esther were living at Emmott Street, Mile End Old Town, London where James was employed as a cellarman.

In 1891 James and Esther were living at 39 Clarendon Road, Salford, Lancashire with their children James, Thomas and Albert. James was now employed as a railway pointsman.

In 1901 James and Esther were living at 2 Scarsdale Street in Salford where James was a railway signalman. The children living at home with them were James, Thomas, Albert and Newman.


154 MARY LINSDELL 1860-????

Born in West Wratting, Essex.

Christened there on 13/05/1860.

In 1861 Mary was living in the High Street, West Wratting with her parents and siblings Ellen, Alfred, George and James.

In 1871 James was living in West Wratting with her parents and siblings James and George. She was a scholar.

I cannot find her in 1881.

Mary married George Rowlinson in Q4 1891 in the Lewisham reg district.

In 1901 Mary and George were living at 40 Dalmain Road, Sydenham. George was listed as head of the house but this may well have been the same house Mary was living in before her marriage as her mother is living with them. George is working at home as a laundry man and Mary (junior, not the mother) is working at home as a laundry woman.


Children of Susannah & James grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, great grand children of Robert & Ann, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


155 JAMES HAYLOCK 1831-????

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 29/05/1831.

I cannot find the family in 1841.

In 1851 James was employed as a labourer on a farm, (servant) in Balsham Road, Linton This was the home of William P Chalk (farmer) and his family.

Nothing else is currently known.


156+ WILLIAM HAYLOCK 23/01/1833-1910

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 10/02/1833.

I cannot find the family in 1841.

In 1851 William was living in Balsham Road, Linton with his parents and siblings William, Charles, Thomas, Ann and Elizabeth. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Martha Cornell (b abt. 1832 in Linton, Cambridgeshire) in the Saffron Walden reg district, Essex in 1854.

Their children:

Kate 1857
Charles W H 1861
Mary 1865
Charles William 1868

I cannot find the family in 1861.

In 1871 William and Martha were living in The Red Lion publice house, Chalton, Hampshire with their children Kate, Mary and Charles. William was employed as an innkeeper and game keeper.

In 1881 William and Martha were living in the Swan Inn, Station Road, Harston, Cambridgeshire with their children Kate and William (Charles). William was employed as a publican and a farmer of 31 Acres, employing 1 man and 1 boy.

In 1891 William and Martha were living in Cambridge Road, Harston. William was still working as a publican and farmer.

Martha died in the Chesterton reg district in Q1 1892.

In 1901 William was living in the High Street, Harston. He was head of the house and living with him were his daughter Mary, her husband and their children. There was also a servant named Jane Mulberry living there. William was working as a publican and living off his own means.

William died in Q1 1910 in the Chesterton reg district.


157 ELIZABETH HAYLOCK 1834-1844

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 23/06/1834.

I cannot find the family in 1841.

Elizabeth possibly died in Linton in Q4 1844.


158 CHARLES HAYLOCK 28/03/1835-????

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 24/05/1835.

I cannot find the family in 1841.

In 1851 Charles was living in Balsham Road, Linton with his parents and siblings William, Thomas, Ann and Elizabeth. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Charles possibly died in Q1 1861 as I cannot find him after the 1861 census.


159+ THOMAS HAYLOCK 1838-1916

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 11/03/1838.

I cannot find the family in 1841.

In 1851 Thomas was living in Balsham Road, Linton with his parents and siblings William, Charles, Ann and Elizabeth. Thomas was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Mary Ann Gilbert (b abt. 1836 in Deptford, Kent) in the Greenwich reg district, London in Q4 1858.

Their children:

Charles Thomas 1860
Ellen Sarah 1861

In 1861 Thomas and Mary were living in Buckanhill Farm Buildings, Lower Beeding, Sussex with their son Charles. Thomas was employed as a gamekeeper.

In 1871 Thomas and Mary were living in Weston Underwood, Buckinghamshire with their childen Charles and Ellen. Thomas was employed as a gamekeeper.

In 1881 Mary was living in Berry Mill, Wistanstow, Shropshire with her children Ellen and Charles. She was described as a gamekeepers wife but I cannot find Thomas. Also living there was a boarder named Henry Thomas (under gamekeeper).

In 1891 Thomas and Mary were living in the village of Longville, Wistanstow. Thomas was working as a farmer.

In 1901 Thomas and Mary were still living in Wistanstow. Thomas was working at home as a farmer. Also living there were 2 servants named William Morris (carter on farm) and Susan Morris (general servant). Maybe they were siblings.

Mary died in Q4 1911 in the Church Stretton reg district, Shropshire.

Thomas died in Q3 1916 in the Church Stretton reg district.


160 ANN FRANCES HAYLOCK 28/05/1841-????

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 28/05/1841.

In 1851 Ann was living in Balsham Road, Linton with her parents and siblings William, Charles, Thomas and Elizabeth.

In 1861 Ann was in Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge. She was employed as a laundrymaid but I am not certain she was working there or a patient.

Ann possibly died in Q3 1861 in the Linton reg district.



161+ ELIZABETH HAYLOCK 1843-1911

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 23/06/1843.

In 1851 Elizabeth was living in Balsham Road, Linton with her parents and siblings William, Charles, Thomas and Ann.

In 1861 Elizabeth was employed as a house servant at 12 Kings Parade, Cambridge St Edwards. This was the home of Edward Lutt and his family.

Her child:

Ellen 1866

In 1871 Elizabeth was living in the High Street, Linton with her parents and her daughter. Elizabeth was employed as a barmaid.

Married William Wright (b abt. 1848 in Linton) in the Linton reg district in Q1 1872.

Their children:

Kate 1874
Arthur William 1875
Alice Emily 1877
Ada Haylock 1878
Florence Jane 1881
Herbert E 1882
Ernest George 1885

In 1881 Elizabeth and William were living in the High Street, Linton with Elizabeth's daughter and their children Kate, Arthur, Alice, Ada and 2 week old Flora. William was employed as a publican.

In 1891 Elizabeth and William were still living in the High Street with their children Ada, Florence, Herbert and Ernest. Also living there was William's widowed mother, Rebecca Wright.

In 1901 Elizabeth and William were still living in the High Street with their son Ernest. Also there that day was Elizabeth's grand daughter Ada Tofts (Ellen's daughter). Ada had been noted as William's niece. William was employed as a beer retailer with his own account.

Elizabeth possibly died in Q3 1911 in Linton.


162 EMMA HAYLOCK 1848-1849

Born in in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 26/11/1848.

Emma possibly died in Linton in Q1 1849.


163+ SARAH HAYLOCK 25/01/1852-????

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Sarah was living On the Hill in Linton with her parents and a 9 year old boarder named Elizabeth Frohock.

In 1871 Sarah was employed as a cook at 7 Eldon Road, Kensington, London. This was the home of commercial traveller Samuel Peek and his family.

Married Read Wade (b 1851 in Hildersham, Cambridgeshire) in the Kensington reg district in Q2 1874. Read was a cousin of Sarah's, being the son of Sarah Bowers and William Wade

Their children:

Edith Alice 1877
Ellen Haylock 1879
Bessie Sarah1881
Mabel Kate 1889
Lily Ethel 1891

In 1881 Sarah and Read were living at 28 Cornwall Mews, Kensington with their daughters Edith and Ellen. Read was employed as a coachman.

In 1891 Sarah and Read were living in Coachmans House, London Road, Trumpinton, Cambridgeshire with their children Edith, Ellen, Bessie and Mabel. Read was employed as a domestic coachman.

In 1901 Sarah and Reed were still living in the same house with their children Mabel and Lily. Read was employed as a domestic coachman

Children of William & Lucy grandchildren of John & Mary, great grand children of Robert & Ann, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


164+ SARAH MYNOTT 1826-1870

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

In 1841 Sarah was living in Horseheath with her father, grandparents and siblings Emma and Mary. There was also a John Poulter in the house. Sarah was wrongly transcribed as Samuel.

Married Jacob Ward (b abt. 1820 in Lolworth, Cambridgeshire) in Cambridgeshire in 1848.

Their children:

Deborah 1843
Jacob18449
Rebecca1849
Clara 1854
Augustus W 1858
Selina 1860
Florence1863

In 1851 Sarah and Jacob were living at 48 Russell Street, St Andrews the Less, Cambridge where Jacob was a shoemaker (master). The children living with them were Deborah and Rebecca.

In 1861 Sarah and Jacob were living at 99 Russell Street with their children Deborah, Jacob, Rebecca, Clara, Augustus and Selina. Jacob was still a shoemaker but was now employing 1 man and 1 boy.

Sarah died in Cambridgeshire in 1870.

In 1871 Jacob and the children were living at 28 Russell Street where he was working as a bootmaker. This may well have been his own business as he employed 4 males and 1 female. The children with him were Jacob, Rebecca, Clara, Augustus, Selina and Florence.

In 1881 Jacob and his children Jacob, Rebecca, Augustus and Florence were still living in the same house. Jacob was working as a bootmaker and leather seller.

In 1891 Jacob was still living in the same house with his new wife Ellen, father in law John Norris and niece Eliza Mitchell. I cannot find the marriage at the moment.

165 EMMA MYNOTT 1828-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

In 1841 Emma was living in Horseheath with her father, grandparents and siblings Sarah and Mary.

In 1851 Emma is working as a servant in Beyanstone (?) Marylebone, London. Her employer was Ester Butler Hipperley.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


166+ MARY ANN MYNOTT 1830-1908?

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

In 1841 Mary was living in Horseheath with her father, grandparents and siblings Sarah and Emma.

Her child:

William 1850

In 1851 Mary Ann was with living with her grandmother Mary, widowed father William and her son William in Broad Green, Horseheath.

Married Edward Maunder (b 1834 in Hammersmith, London) in 1855.

Their children:

Edward Richard 1856
Robert William 1857
Charles06/05/1860
Sarah 1865
Joseph1866

In 1861 Mary Ann and Edward were living at 10 Albion Road, Hammersmith, London with their children Edward, Robert and baby Charles. Edward was a gardener.

In 1871 Mary Ann and Edward were living at 4 Gross Cottages, Gross Road, Hammersmith with their children Edward, William (Robert), Charles, Sarah and Joseph. Edward was still doing the same job.

Edward died in Fulham, London in 1876.

Married Robert Bensley (b 1847 in Gunton, Norfolk or Northolt, Middlesex) in Q4 1877 in the Fulham reg district, London.

In 1881 Mary Ann and Robert were living in the same house with Mary Ann's son Robert. Robert (husband) was employed as a labourer..

In 1891 Mary Ann and Robert were living at 8 Standish Road, Hammersmith. Mary Ann's son Joseph was living with them. Robert was a brewers labourer.

In 1901 Mary Ann and Robert were living at 44 Standish Road, Hammersmith. Robert was employed as a brewers labourer.

Mary Ann died in Fulham, London in 1908.


167 ROBERT MYNOTT 1833-1833

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire

Died in Horseheath.


168 GEORGE MYNOTT 1834-1836

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire

Died in Horseheath.


Children of Frances & William grandchildren of Robert & Jane, great grand children of Robert & Ann, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


169+ MARY ANN SORREL 1835-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 20/09/1835.

In 1841 Mary was living with her parents and siblings Edward, Sarah and John in Helions Bumpstead.

In 1851 I cannot find Mary.

Married John Clarke (b 1835 in Helions Bumpstead) on 25/12/1857 in Helions Bumpstead.

Their children:

George 1858
Hephzibah 1861
Frederick1862
William1863
Sarah 1864
Lydia1867
Matilda 1869
John1871
Robert 1873
Mary1881

In 1861 Mary Ann and John were living in Helions Bumpstead still where John was employed as an agricultural labourer and Mary Ann as a shirt maker. Living with them were their son George and baby daughter Hephzibar.

In 1871 Mary Ann and John were living in Churchstone Hill, Little Wratting, Suffolk. John was still an agricultural labourer. Living in the house with them were their children George, Hephzibah, Frederick, William, Sarah, Lydia and Matilda.

In 1881 Mary Ann and John were still living in Little Wratting (in what looks like Privates Houses) with their children Frederick, William, Martha (must be Matilda), John, Robert and Mary. John was still in the same job.

In 1891 Mary Ann and John were living at Little Wilson, Kedington, Essex with their children Matilda, John and Mary Ann. John was a farm bailiff.

In 1901 Mary Ann and John were living in Nosterfield End, Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire. John was employed as an ordinary agricultural labourer.


170 SARAH SORRELL 1836-29/03/1851

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 30/04//1837.

In 1841 Mary was living with her parents and siblings Edward, Mary and John in Helions Bumpstead.

Sarah died in Helions Bumpstead on 29/03/1851.


171 JOHN SORRELL 1838-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 18/04/1839.

In 1841 John was living with his parents and siblings Edward, Mary and Sarah John in Helions Bumpstead.

In 1851 John was still living with his parents and his brother Robert in Helions Bumpstead. He was employed by farmers.

In 1861 he was living in Helions Bumpstead with his parents and brother Robert. he was an agricultural labourer.

Married Phoebe Brazier (b 1838 in Helions Bumpstead) on 19/04/1861 in Helions Bumstead.

I can find no more on this couple.


172 ROBERT SORRELL 1841-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 07/04/1844.

In 1851 Robert was living with his parents and his brother John in Helions Bumpstead.

In 1861 he was living in Helions Bumpstead with his parents and brother John. he was an agricultural labourer.


173 WILLIAM SORRELL 1841-14/02/1851

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 05/10/1845

Died there on 14/02/1851.


Children of William & Ann grandchildren of Robert & Jane, great grand children of Robert & Ann, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


174+ CATHERINE MYNOTT 1840-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 06/12/1840.

In 1841 Catherine was living in Horseheath with her parents.

In 1851 Catherine was living in Dickson Yard, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Charles, John and Mary.

Married Enoch Richardson (b 1841 in Saffron Waldon, Essex) in Q3 1863 in Saffron Walden.

Their children:

Elizabeth Anne 1864
Annie Maria 1866
Henrietta Kate1868
Enoch1870
Julia1875
Eleanor 1875
Benjamin1877
Edith1879
Kate1881
Florence1883

In 1871 Catherine and Enoch were living at Alpha Place, Saffron Walden in Essex where Enoch was employed as a carpenter (journeyman). Living with them were their children Elizabeth, Annie, Henrietta and Enoch.

In 1881 Catherine and Enoch were living in Mount Pleasant, Saffron Walden where he was employed as a carpenter. Living with them were their children Annie, Henrietta, Enoch, Julia, Eleanor, Benjamin and Edith.

In 1891 Catherine was head , still living in the same house with her children Benjamin, Edith, Kate and Florence. There is also a 3 year old visitor mentioned named Kate Loader. This looks to be Catherine's grand daughter Elizabeth Kate Loader, daughter of Elizabeth. Enoch was lodging at 2 King Edward Road, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire where he was working as a carpenter.

In 1901 Catherine and Enoch were living at 1 Mount Pleasant (most likely the sam house) with their children Eleanor, Benjamin and Florence. Enoch was stoillworking as a carpenter.


175 CHARLES MYNOTT 1843-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 29/01/1843.

In 1851 Charles was living in Dickson Yard, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Catherine, John and Mary.

In 1861 Charles was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings John, Mary, Hustter (could this be Ursula?) and James.

I can find no more on Charles.


176 ALICE MYNOTT 1845-1845

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 20/02/1845.

Died in Horseheath the same year.


177+ JOHN MYNOTT 05/02/1846-1918

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/03/1846.

In 1851 John was living in Dickson Yard, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Catherine, Charles and Mary.

In 1861 John was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Charles, Mary, Hustter (could this be Ursula?) and James.

Married Emily Barrett (b 1846 in Woodhurst, Cambridgeshire) in 1870 in St Ives reg district.

Their child:

Elizabeth Ann 1871

In 1871 John and Emily were living at 5 Chapel Lane, Bluntisham, Huntingdonshire with their baby daughter Elizabeth.

Emily died in 1871 in Cambridgeshire.

John then married Mary Ann Barrett (possible sister of Emily's) (b 1850 in Woodhurst, Cambridgeshire).

Their children:

Emily 1873
Charles 1876
Amelia1877
Gertrude1879
Alfred Claude1882
Louisa1884
Frederick1886
Herbert1891

In 1881 John and Mary were living in St Ives, Huntingdonshire with their children Elizabeth, Emily, Charles, Amelia and Gertrude. John was a police constable.

In 1891 John and Mary were living in Great Staughton, Huntingdonshire with their children Amelia, Gertrude, Alfred, Frederick, Louisa and Herbert. John was still a PC.

In 1901 John and Mary were living with their children Frederick and Herbert in Elan (?) Place, Fen Stanton, Huntingdonshire. He was still a PC.

John died in 1918 in Cambridgeshire.

Mary died in Cambridgeshire in 1925.


178 ALICE MYNOTT 29/05/1848-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 03/09/1848.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


179+ MARY MYNOTT 27/04/1850-1879

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in Horseheath on 30/05/1850.

In 1851 Mary was living in Dickson Yard, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Catherine, Charles and John.

In 1861 Mary was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Charles, John, Hustter (could this be Ursula?) and James.

In 1871 Mary was a cook and domestic servant for the family of Henry Webb, in Streetly Hall, West Wickham.

Married Ephraim Freeman (b 1851 in West Wickham) in Q3 1872 in West Wickham.

Their child:

Fanny 1875

Mary died in Cambridgeshire in 1879.

Ephraim married Anna Louisa Prentice (b 1852 in West Wickham)in Q1 1880 in West Wickham.

In 1881 Ephraim and Anna were living with daughter Fanny in West Wickham Street. Ephraim working as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Ephraim is living with his wife and daughter in Pear Farm, Hildersham, Cambridgeshire. he is a general labourer.


180+ URSULA MYNOTT 23/11/1854-1901

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 04/03/1855.

In 1861 Ursula (transcribes as Hustter) was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Charles, John, Mary, and James.

I cannot find her in 1871.

Married George Preston (b 25/01/1850 in West Wickham) in West Wickham in Q1 1872.

Their child:

Hester 1872

In 1881 Ursula and George were living in a lodging house at 2 Union Row, Tottenham, London where George was employed as a labourer. Their daughter Hester was living with them.

I cannot find the family in 1891 or 1901.


181+ JAMES MYNOTT 1859-1949

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Jamess was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Charles John, Mary and Hustter (could this be Ursula?).

In 1871 James was living with his parents and siblings Susan and Martin in West Wickham Street, West Wickham.

In 1881 James was a police officer, (like his brother JOhn) who was lodgin with Shearman Dickerson and his wife in The Crofs, Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire.

Married Elizabeth Louisa Cook (b 1861 in Little Gransden, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1881 in Caxton reg district.

Their children:

Ethel 1882
James William 1883
Herbert William1885
Maud1887
Emily1889
Charles
Percival1892
Sidney1894
Eva Ellen1897
Alice1900
Reginald1901

In 1891 James and Elizabeth were living in the High Street, Fen Ditton, Cambridgeshire where he was working as a police constable. The children living their with them were Ethel, James, Herbert, Maud, Emily and Charles.

In 1901 James and Elizabeth were living in Ditton Lane, Fen Ditton with their children James, Herbert, Emily, Charles, Percival, Sidney, Eva and Alice. James was still a PC.

Elizabeth died in Cambridgeshire in 1909.

James died in Cambridgeshire in 1949.


182+ SUSAN ELIZABETH MYNOTT 1861-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Susan was living with his parents and siblings James and Martin in West Wickham Street, West Wickham.

In 1881 Susan was working as a servant in Caufes Road, Haverhill, Suffolk. This was the home of Charles Henry Marsden.

Married George Cracknell (b 1848 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1881 in Horseheath.

Their children:

Mary 1883
Fanny 1886
John1889
Albert1892
Kate1895
Florence1898
Lily1904

In 1891 Susan and George were living with their children Mary, Fanny and John in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Susan and George were still living in the same place and doing the same job. The children living with them were Albert, Kate and Rose (Florence?).


183+ MARTIN MYNOTT 1864-1935

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Martin was living with his parents and siblings James and Susan in West Wickham Street, West Wickham.

In 1881 Martin was living with his parents in West Wickham Street, West Wickham. He was working as an agricultural labourer.

Married Elizabeth Jane Cox (b 1859 in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire) in Q2 1886 in the Hampstead reg district.

Their children:

Alice May 1888
Arthur William 1890
George Henry1892
Walter E1896
Ernest Edward 1899

In 1891 Martin and Elizabeth were living in Church Street, Bocking, Essex with their children Alice and Arthur. Martin was keeping the family tradition and working as a police constable.

In 1901 Martin and Elizabeth were living in Warwick ? in West Berholt, Essex and Martin is still a PC. The children living with them were Alice, Arthur, George, walter and Ernest.

Martin died in 1935.


Children of Ann & James grandchildren of Robert & Jane, great grand children of Robert & Ann, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


184+ MARTHA ANN ANDREWS 1839-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1841 Martha was living with her parents in Helions Bumpstead

In 1851 Martha was living with her parents and siblings Sarah, James, Stephen and Susanin Helions Bumpstead.

In 1861 Martha was working as a servant in the Cross Keys Inn, the High Street, Saffron Walden in Essex.

Married Robert Challis (b 1837 in Helions Bumpstead) in Q4 1869 in the Stepney reg district, London.

Their children:

William J 1863
Edward 1864
Arthur James1866
Emma Amelia1868
Frederick James1871
Samuel1873
Annie A1875
Augusta Amelia1877
Robert William1879
Herbert Charles1883

In 1871 Martha and Robert were living in The Hale, Tottenham, Middlesex where Robert was employed as a labourer. The children living with them were William, Edward, Arthur, Emma. There was also Robert's brother Isaac.

In 1881 Martha and Robert were living at 3 Providence Place, High Cross Lane, Tottenham were Robert was employed as a master painter and paper hanger. The children living with them were Edward, Arthur, Emma, Frederick, Samuel, Annie, Amelia and Robert. Martha's brother William (ground labourer) was also there that day.

In 1891 Martha and Robert were living at 4 Fountain ? in Tottenham where Robert was a builder. The children living at home were Emma, Samuel, Annie, Robert and Herbert. Martha's brother William was also living with them.

In 1901 Martha and Robert were living at 16 Malvern Road, Tottenham with their children Annie, Robert and Herbert. Robert was still a builder. Living next door at number 15 was Martha and Robert's son Arthur and his family.


185+ SARAH ANDREWS 1842-1908

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1851 Sarah was living with her parents and siblings Martha, James, Stephen and Susan in Helions Bumpstead.

In 1861 Sarah was living in Mill Road, Helions Bumpstead with her parents and siblings James, Stephen, Eliza, William and Samuel.

Married Charles Mynott (b 1834 in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire) in Q1 1861 in the Risbridge reg district.

Their children:

Richard 1861
Alfred 1863
Harry1865
Sarah1868

In 1861 Sarah and Charles were living in Mill Green, Shudy Camps with Charles grandmother Lydia Hall. Charles was an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 Sarah and Charles were living in Mill Green, Shudy Camps with their children Richard, Harry and Sarah. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer. This family was extremely difficult to find due to the fact the census page had been photographed with a crease in the page so the names are not at all obvious. Hopefully with the corrected information anybody else looking for them wont take as long as I did!.

Charles died in 1874 in Shudy Camps.

Sarah then married Aaron Rawlinson (b 1833 in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire) in Q 3 1875 in the Shudy Camps. Aaron was a widower with 5 children.

Their children:

Frederick 1876
Ada 1877
Frederick1878
Lilian1881

In 1881 Sarah and Aaron are living in Mill Green Cottage, Shudy Camps with their children Harry, Sarah, (hers) George, Charles, Alfred, (his) Ada and Frederick. Aaron was an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 the family were living at Masterfield (or Nosterfield) End, Shudy Camps where Aaron was a farm labourer. The children living at home were Harry, Alfred, Ada, Frederick and Lily.

In 1901 Sarah and Aaron were living at Nosterfield End, (probably the same place with Sarah's son Harry. Aaron was described as an ordinary agricultural labourer.

Sarah died in Q2 1908 in the Linton reg district.

Aaron died in Q 4 1909 in the Linton reg district.

186+ JAMES ANDREWS 1844-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1851 James was living with his parents and siblings Martha, Sarah, Stephen and Susan in Helions Bumpstead.

In 1861 James was living in Mill Road, Helions Bumpstead with his parents and siblings Stephen, Susan, Eliza, William and Samuel. He was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 James was living in Haverhill Road, Helions Bumpstead with his parents and siblings Stephen, Susan, Eliza, William and Samuel. He was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Emma Pitt (b 1846) in Helions Bumpstead on 12/10/1868.

James then married Susan Caton (b 1844 in Thaxted, Essex) in 1874.

Their children:

James 1875
Arnold Charles 1879
Elizabeth 1881
Edward 1883

In 1881 James and Susan were living in the Hale Bishops Cottages in Tottenham, Middlesex with their children Henry (James) and Charles (must be Arnold). He was employed as a ground labourer.

In 1891 James and Susan were living at 3 Caper Road, Tottenham with their children James, Charles, Elizabeth and Edward. He was an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 James and Susan were living at 1 Fountains Villas, the Hale, Tottenham with their children James, Charles, Lizzie amd Edward. There was also their daughter in law Alice (James wife) and their grandson James.

187+ STEPHEN ANDREWS 1846-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1851 Stephen was living with his parents and siblings Martha, Sarah, James and Susan in Helions Bumpstead.

In 1861 Stephen was living in Mill Road, Helions Bumpstead with his parents and siblings James, Susan, Eliza, William and Samuel. He was working as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 Stephen was living in Haverhill Road, Helions Bumpstead with his parents and siblings James, Susan, Eliza, William and Samuel. He was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Martha Ann Baynes, (b 1852 in Helions Bumpstead, Essex) in Q4 1871 in Helions Bumpstead.

Their children:

Elizabeth 1871
Minnie 1873
Frederick 1875
Edith Julia 1876
Ada1881

In 1881 Stephen and Martha were living at Rowles Farm, Helion Bumpstead with their children Elizabeth, Minnie, Frederick and Julia (Edith). Martha's mother Edith was also living there. Stephen was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Stephen and Martha were living in Almshead Green, Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire with their children Frederick, Edith and Ada. Stephen was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Stephen and Martha were living in Sages End, Helions Bumpstead, Essex. Stephen was still employed as an agricultural labourer.

188+ SUSAN ANDREWS 1851-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1851 Susan was living with her parents and siblings Martha, Sarah, James and Stephen in Helions Bumpstead.

In 1861 Susan was living in Mill Road, Helions Bumpstead with her parents and siblings James, Stephen, Eliza, William and Samuel. She was employed as a shirt maker.

In 1871 Susan was living in Haverhill Road, Helions Bumpstead with her parents and siblings James,Stephen, Eliza, William and Samuel. She was still a shirt maker.

Married Henry Webb (b 1857 in Helions Bumpstead) in Q3 1876 in the Risbridge reg district.

Their children:

Edith 1877
Margaret 1880

In 1881 Susan and Henry were living, with their children Edith and Margaret, in Near Boblow, Helions Bumpstead. Henry was an agricultural labourer and Susan a tailoress.

In 1891 Susan and Henry were living in Helions Bumpstead Road, Helion Bumpstead with their 2 daughters. Henry was still an agricultural labourer and Susan was a finisher of jackets. Her sister Eliza and her children lived next door.

In 1901 Susan and Henry were living at 38 Camps Road, Haverhill, Suffolk. Henry was a domestic horse keeper on a farm and Susan's job is machinist of canvas kit bags. Living with them is their daughter Margaret, her husband George and their daughter Florence.


189+ ELIZA ANDREWS 1852-1918

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1861 Eliza was living in Mill Road, Helions Bumpstead with her parents and siblings James, Stephen, Susan, William and Samuel. She was employed as a shirt maker.

In 1871 Eliza was living in Haverhill Road, Helions Bumpstead with her parents and siblings James, Stephen, Susan, William and Samuel. She was still a shirt maker.

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Her children:

Martha 1875
Walter 1876
Mary 1881
Ernest1885
Harry1887
Dorothy 1888
Rose1890
Willie1891
Emily1894

In 1881 Eliza was living at home with her parents in Pale Green, Helions Bumpstead. She was employed as a jacket maker and also lived with her children Martha and Walter.

In 1891 Eliza was head of the house in Helions Bumpstead Road, Helion Bumpstead. She was a tailoress and lived there with her children Walter, Mary, Ernest, Harry, Dorothy and Rose. Her sister Susan and her family lived next door.

In 1901 Eliza and her children where living at 10 and 11 Croft Row, Haverhill, Suffolk. Eliza was a housekeeper for widower Harry Jobson and his children and was employed as a jacket finisher. The children living with her were Mary, Ernest, Harry, Dorothy, Rose, Willie and Emily.

In Q 3 1909 in the Risbridge reg district, Eliza married Charles Henry Jobson. I wonder if he was the widower Harry she was housekeeping for?

Eliza died in Q3 1918 in the Risbridge reg district.


190+ WILLIAM ANDREWS 1856-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1861 William was living in Mill Road, Helions Bumpstead with his parents and siblings James, Stephen, Susan, Eliza and Samuel.

In 1871 William was living in Haverhill Road, Helions Bumpstead with his parents and siblings James, Stephen, Susan, Eliza and Samuel. He was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 William was living with his sister Martha and her family at 3 Providence Place, High Cross Lane, Tottenham. William was a ground labourer.

Married Emily ? (b abt. 1859 in Tottenham, Middlesex)

Their children:

Walter 1884
Sidney 1886
William 1888
Bertie 1891
Emily1894
Ellen 1900

In 1891 William and Emily were living in Blythe House, Hale, Tottenham with their children Walter, Sidney, William and Berty. William was employed as a plate layer and Emily as a laundress. There was also a lodger named Henry Rodden who was a butcher.

In 1901 William and Emily were living at 9 Lincoln Road, Tottenham with their children Walter, Sidney, William, Bertie, Emily and Ellen. William was a plater layer for G.E.R. (Great Eastern railways ?).


191 SAMUEL ANDREWS 1859-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1861 Samuel was living in Mill Road, Helions Bumpstead with his parents and siblings James, Stephen, Susan, Eliza and William.

In 1871 Samuel was living in Haverhill Road, Helions Bumpstead with his parents and siblings Stephen, Susan, Eliza and William.

In 1881 Samuel was living at Pale Green, Helions Bumpstead with his parents and his sister Eliza and her 2 children. He was employed as an agicultural engineer.

In 1891 Samule is living with his widowed mother in Camp's Road, Helion Bumpstead . He is still in the same job.

I cannot find him after 1891.


Children of Sarah & John grandchildren of Robert & Jane, great grand children of Robert & Ann, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


192 SAMUEL HARDING /HARDEN 1839-30/01/1840

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 07/10/1839.

Died there on 30/01/1840.


193+ EMMA HARDING /HARDEN 1842-1900

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 03/07/1842.

In 1851 Emma was living in Helions Bumpstead with her parents and her siblings Anne, and Eliza.

In 1861 Emma (Harding on the Census) was working as a general servant to John Wright and family in High Street, Haverhill, Suffolk.

Married James Mynott ( b 1841 in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire) in Helions Bumstead on 06/11/1869.

Their children:

Albert Christopher 1873
Ann Louisa 1874
Harold Stebbibng1882

In 1871 Emma and James were living in Castle Cambs, Cambridgeshire where James was an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Emma and James were living in Nosterfield End Cottage, Shudy Camps with their children Albert and Ann. James was still doing the same job.

In 1891 Emma and James were still livng in the same house and doing the same job. The children living with them were Albert and Harold.

Emma died in Cambridgeshire in 1900.

In 1901 James was still living in the same house and doing the same job. Living with him were Emma's sisters Ann and Eliza (Harding).

James died in Cambridgeshire in 1910.


194 ANN HARDING /HARDEN 1845-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 06/07/1845.

In 1851 Ann was living in Helions Bumpstead with her parents and her siblings Emma, and Eliza.

In 1861 Ann was working as a general servant in the High Street, Haverhill, Suffolk home of Elias Elles.

In 1871 Ann was employed as a servant cook in the home of Stebbing Leverett in Safron waldon, Essex. Her sister Eliza was also a servant in the same house.

In 1881 Ann was employed as a domestic servant in The Vicarage, Christchurch Road, Streatham, London. The head of the house was Otenoa Raven. Her sister Lydia was also employed there.

In 1891 I cannot find Ann.

In 1901 Ann was living in Nosterfield End Cottage, Shudy Camps in the home of her brother in law James Mynott (Emma's widowed husband). She was sharing the house with her sister Eliza and she was employed as a domestic cook.


195 ELIZA HARDING /HARDEN 1847-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 01/10/1848.

In 1851 Eliza was living in Helions Bumpstead with her parents and her siblings Emma and Anne.

In 1861 Eliza was still living in the same house with her parents and siblings Jane, Lydia, James and Susanna.

In 1871 Eliza was employed as a servant housemaid in the home of Stebbing Leverett in Safron waldon, Essex. Her sister Ann was also a servant in the same house.

In 1881 Eliza was employed as a servant parlourmaid in the home of George P Bedder in Ravensbury Park, Croydon, Surrey.

In 1881 I cannot find Eliza.

In 1901 Eliza was living in Nosterfield End Cottage, Shudy Camps in the home of her brother in law James Mynott (Emma's widowed husband). She was sharing the house with her sister Ann and she was employed as a domestic parlourmaid.


196+ JANE HARDING /HARDEN 1851-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 06/07/1851.

In 1861 Jane was living in Helions Bumpstead with her parents and her siblings Eliza, Lydia, James and Susanna.

In 1871 Jane was living in Camps Road in Helions Bumstead with her parents and siblings Lydia, James and Susanna.

Her child:

Fanny 1871

Married Arthur Belsham (b 1845 in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire) in Q1 1875 in the Linton district (between the borders of Cambridgeshire and Essex).

Their children:

Betsey 1875
Flora 1876
Martha 1878

Her marriage was short lived as Arthur died in Q2 1879 in the Linton reg district.

In 1881 Jane is living in High Street Cottage, Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire with her daughters Fanny (named Belsham), Betsy, Flora and Martha. She is an annuitant pauper.

Her children:

Ernest 1888
Joseph 1891

In 1891 Jane was living with her children Flora, Martha, Ernest and Joseph in Haverhill Road, castle Camps. She was employed as a tailoress.

In 1901 Jane was still living in Castle Camps and doing the same job. The children living with her were Ernest and Joseph.


197 LYDIA HARDING /HARDEN 1853-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 05/11/1854.

In 1861 Lydia was living in Helions Bumpstead with her parents and her siblings Eliza, Jane, James and Susanna.

In 1871 Lydia was living in Camps Road in Helions Bumstead with her parents and siblings Jane, James and Susanna.

In 1881 Lydia was employed as a domestic servant in The Vicarage, Christchurch Road, Streatham, London. The head of the house was Otenoa Raven. Her sister Ann was also employed there.

In 1891 Lydia was still working as a servant in Stretham. This time she was a parlourmaid for the Barton family in Lufham (?) Avenue.

Married Samuel Farrow (b 1848) in Helions Bumstead on 12/01/1893.


198+ JAMES HARDING /HARDEN 1857-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1861 James was living in Helions Bumpstead with her parents and his siblings Eliza, Jane, Lydia and Susanna.

In 1871 James was living in Camps Road in Helions Bumstead with his parents and siblings Jane, Lydia and Susanna.

Married Harriet Tillbrooke (b 1858 in Helions Bumpstead) on 09/11/1878 in Helions Bumpstead.

Their children:

Sarah 1878
Alfred John 1880
Minnie 1883

In 1881 James and Harriet were living in Camps Cottages, Helion Bumstead with their daughter Sarah. James was working as an agricultural labourer and Harriet as a tailoress.

Harriet died in Helions Bumpstead in Q4 1887.

James then married Sarah Hughes ( b 1864 in Helions Bumpstead) on 12/01/1889 in Helions Bumpstead.

Their children:

James 1890
Emma Mary 1892
Lizzie1893
Lily1895
Walter1897
Lydia Ena1899

In 1891 James and Sarah were living in Camps Road, Helion Bumstead were he was still doing the same job. The children living with them were Sarah, Alfred, Minnie and James.

In 1901 James and Sarah were in the same place with their children James, Emma, Lizzie, Lily, Walter and Ena. James was employed as a horse keeper on a farm and Sarah a jacket finisher (tailor).


199 SUSANNAH HARDING /HARDEN 1859-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 01/07/1860.

In 1861 Susanna was living in Helions Bumpstead with her parents and her siblings Eliza, Jane, Lydia and James.

In 1871 Susanna was living in Camps Road in Helions Bumstead with her parents and siblings Jane, Lydia and James.

In 1881 Susanna was living in Camps Cottages, Helions Bumstead with her parents. Susanna was employed as a tailoress.

In 1891 Susanna was living in Camps Road, Helions Bumstead with her parents. Her job was a jacket hand.

In 1901 Susannah was living as head of the house in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire where she was still working as a tailoress.


Children of Sarah & Robert grandchildren of Mary & Giles, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


200+ RICHARD RULE 1820-24/05/1901

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in All Saints Church, Fulbourn on 04/06/1820.

In 1841 Richard was living in Fulbourn with his parents and siblings John, Giles, Avis, Joseph, Sophia (Mary) and Robert. Richard was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Avis Missen (b abt. 1825 in Fulbourn) on 18/11/1843 in St Vigor, Fulbourn.

Their children:

Jane 1845
William 1847
Joseph 1848
Emma 1850
Jessie 1852
Lizzie 1854
Sophia 1856
Avis 1859
Richard 1861
Giles 1864

In 1851 Richard and Avis were living in Church Street, Fulbourn with their children Jane, William, Joseph and baby Emma. Richard was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1861 Richard and Avis were living at 3 Railway Tavern, Fulbourn with their children William, Joseph, Emma, Jessie, Lizzie, Sophia and Avis. Richard was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 Richard and Avis were living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with their children Jane (widowed), William, Joseph, Emma, Jessie, Lizzie, Sophia, Avis, Richard and Giles. There was also a grand daughter Ellen Rule there. Richard was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Richard and Avis were living in Town Close, Fulbourn with their children Avis, Richard and Giles and granddaughter Elinor. Richard was employed as a farm baliff.

I think I have found the family in 1891 living in Town Close, Fulbourn but listed as Richard, Annie (wife) and Annie (daughter). The reason I think this is the right family is because they lived in the same place in 1881 and 1901 and daughter (Annie) was still living with them in 1901 and employed as a dressmaker, as she was here.

In 1901 Richard and Avis (transcribed as Alice) were living in Town Close, Fulbourn with their daughter Avice. Richard did not have a job description, so presumably he had retired.

Richard died on 24/5/1901 in Fulbourn was buried in St Vigor Church yard.

Avis died 11/01/1905 in Fulbourn and was buried in St Vigor Church yard.


201+ JOHN WARREN RULE 1823-1901

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in All Saints Church, Fulbourn on 10/01/1823.

In 1841 John was living in Fulbourn with his parents and siblings Richard, Giles, Avis, Joseph, Sophia (Mary) and Robert. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Sarah Harris (b abt. 1821 in Fulbourn) on 1/03/1843 in All Saints, Fulbourn

Their children:

William 1843 (c) 16/02/1843
George 1845(c) 02/09/1845
James 1847 (c) 12/09/1847
Walter 1849 (c) 04/09/1849
Matilda 1850 (c) 22/12/1850
Charles 1853
Harriet Harris1858(c) 30/09/1858

In 1851 John and Sarah were living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with their children William, George, James, Walter and Matilda. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1861 John and Sarah were living at Home End, Fulbourn with their children William, George, James, Walter, Matilda, Charles and Harriet. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 John and Sarah were living at Home End, Fulbourn with their children Matilda, Charles and Harriet. There was also a grandson Harry there that night. John was employed as an agricultural abourer.

In 1881 John and Sarah were still living at Home End with their daughter Harriet and grandchildren Harry (Matilda's son) and Alice (James's daughter). There was also a boarder named Robert Halls (agricultural labourer). John was employed as an agricultural abourer.

In 1891 John and Sarah were living in Broad Green, Fulbourn. Also living there was a boarder named Frederick Linsdell (agricultural labourer). John was employed as an agricultural labourer. I wonder if Frederick was a relative, given the surname Linsdell?

John died in Fulbourn in Q2 1901.


202 GILES RULE 1826-1892

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in St Vigor Church, Fulbourn on 26/02/1826.

In 1841 Giles was living in Fulbourn with his parents and siblings Richard, John, Avis, Joseph, Sophia (Mary) and Robert. Giles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1851 Giles was living in Cow Lane, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings Giles, Joseph, Sophie, Robert and Ann. There was also a lodger named Samuel Hawkes (agricultural labourer) living there. Giles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Giles emigrated to Australia sometime between the taking of the 1851 census and 1853. He possibly sailed with his brother Joseph.

Married Susan Bonnet in 1853 in New South Wales, Australia.

Giles died in 1892 in Newtown, New South Wales, Australia.


203 AVIS RULE 1829-1892

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in All Saints Church, Fulbourn on 12/06/1829.

In 1841 Avis was living in Fulbourn with her parents and siblings Richard, John, Giles, Joseph, Sophia (Mary) and Robert.

In 1851 Avis was employed as a house servant in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambrideshire. This was the home of John Ellis (farmer of 312 acres, 38 labourers) and his family.

Nothing else is currently known.


204+ JOSEPH RULE 1832-1889

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in All Saints Church, Fulbourn on 12/05/1832.

In 1841 Joseph was living in Fulbourn with his parents and siblings Richard, John, Giles, Avis, Sophia (Mary) and Robert.

In 1851 Joseph was living in Cow Lane, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings Giles, Sophie, Robert and Ann. There was also a lodger named Samuel Hawkes (agricultural labourer) living there. Joseph was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Joseph emigrated to Australia sometime between the taking of the 1851 census and 1858. He possibly sailed with his brother Giles.

Married Charlotte Hawes in 1858 in New South Wales, Australia.

Their children:

Sarah 1867
Avis 1868

Joseph died in 1889 in Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia.


205 MARY SOPHIA RULE 1834-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in St Vigor Church, Fulbourn on 25/09/1834.

In 1841 Sophia (Mary) was living in Fulbourn with her parents and siblings Richard, John, Giles, Joseph Sophia (Mary) and Robert.

In 1851 Sophie was living in Cow Lane, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings Giles, Joseph, Robert and Ann. There was also a lodger named Samuel Hawkes (agricultural labourer) living there.

Did she marry Joseph Faulkner in Q1 1860 in the Chesterton reg district? This was a Mary Ann Sophia Rule. Was this one and the same person or someone else entirely? Until I know for sure I shall not put in her whereabouts or children.


206+ ROBERT RULE 1837-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in St Vigor Church, Fulbourn on 09/08/1837.

In 1841 Robert was living in Fulbourn with his parents and siblings Richard, John, Giles, Avis, Joseph and Sophia (Mary).

In 1851 Robert was living in Cow Lane, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings Giles, Joseph, Sophie and Ann. There was also a lodger named Samuel Hawkes (agricultural labourer) living there.

Married Frances Hawkins (b 03/04/1835 in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1858. Frances had a young son named John.

Their children:

Harry Warren 1859
Emma 1862
Elizabeth Sarah 1864
Ellen Ann 1867
Harry William 1869
Avis 1871
William 1873

In 1861 Robert and Frances were living at 22 Hay Street, Fulbourn with their sons John (stepson) and Harry. Robert was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 Robert and Frances were living in Eye Field, Fulbourn with their children John, Emma, Elizabeth and Ellen. Robert was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Robert and Frances were living in Church Street, Fulbourn with their children Emma, Elizabeth, Ellen, Avis and William. Robert was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Robert and Frances were still living in Church Street with their daughter Avis, her husband and son and another grandson Robert F Rule. Robert was employed as a general labourer.

In 1901 Robert and Frances were living in Church Street still with a boarder named Charles Pearl (thatcher). Also there that day was their grandson Robert F Rule. Robert was employed as an ordinary labourer, as was his grandson.


207+ ELEANOR ANN RULE 1841-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in All Saints Church, Fulbourn on 07/09/1841.

In 1851 Ann (as she was known in this census) was living in Cow Lane, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings Giles, Joseph, Sophie and Robert . There was also a lodger named Samuel Hawkes (agriculturl labourer) living there.

Married Henry Farnham (b abt. 1837 in Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1858 in Fulbourn.

Their children:

Martha Jane 1860
Mary Ann 1865

In 1861 Ellen, as she was now known and Henry were living at 23 Wellington Street, St Andrews the Less, Cambridge with their daughter Jane. Henry was employed as a shoe maker.

Henry died in Cambridge in Q4 1869.

In 1871 Ellen was living at 1 Albert Street "Thatch Cottage", St Andrew the Less with her daughters Jane and Mary Ann. Also living there were boarders, catherine Cream (laundress) and her children William and Charles. Ellen was employed as a laundress and publican.

1881 is a bit of a mystery. I have found Ellen Farnham, born right time and place, living at 3 Queen Street, Southwark, London. She is employed as a laundress and listed as married. The head of the house is a William Farnham (married) and there is an unmarried daughter named Jane Gravnor living there. In view of what I found in the Free BMD and next census, I believe this is the right Ellen and that William should have been named as Weston, not Farnham and Jane as married!

I believe Ellen married William Weston (b abt. 1825 in Camberwell, Surrey) in the Chesterton reg district in Q1 1889.

In 1891 Ellen and William were living at 140 and 141 Eat Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridgeshire. Living with them were Ellen's granddaughter Carle Grovenor (presumably Jane's daughter and Possibly named Caroline Sophia), and lots of boarders.

William died in Cambridge in Q1 1900.

In 1901 Ellen was living at 82 New Street, St Andrew the Less.

Ellen possibly died in Q3 1906 in Cambridge.


Children of James & Naomi grandchildren of Mary & Giles, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


208 SARAH WARREN 1826-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/10/1826.

In 1841 Sarah was living in West Wickham with her parents and siblings William, Ann, Eliza, Elizabeth and Giles.

In 1851 Sarah was working as a servant, a cook in the home of James Donoghue in Marylebone, London.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


209 WILLIAM WARREN 1829-1843

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 22/02/1829.

In 1841 Williamh was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings Sarah, Ann, Eliza, Elizabeth and Giles.

Died in West Wickhamin 1843.


210 ANN WARREN 1831-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 18/09/1831.

In 1841 Ann was living in West Wickham with her parents and siblings Sarah, William, Eliza, Elizabeth and Giles.

In 1851 Ann was an inmate in the Linton Union Workhouse where she was a pauper. Her profession was listed as domestic servant. There was also a 70 year old Thomas Mynott living there. He was a relative I haven't worked out what yet though.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


211 ELIZA WARREN 1834-1842

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 04/05/1834.

In 1841 Eliza was living in West Wickham with her parents and siblings Sarah, William, Ann, Elizabeth and Giles.

Died in West Wickhamin 1842.


212+ ELIZABETH WARREN 26/01/1837-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 16/07/1837.

In 1841 Elizabeth was living in West Wickham with her parents and siblings Sarah, William, Ann, Eliza and Giles.

I cannot find Elizabeth in 1851.

Married John Whiten (b abt. 1838 in Alton Hampshire).

Their children:

Lizzie 1862
John William 1867
Alice Louise 1874

In 1861 Elizabeth and John were living in Amery House, Vicarage Hall in Alton where John was a carpenter.

In 1871 Elizabeth and John were living in Penge in Surrey with their children Lizzie and William. They are transcribed as Whelen.

In 1881 John is living at 2 Rose Bank Road, Bow, London with his children Lizzie, John and Alice. He is still a carpenter. There was also a visitor there by the name of Maria Hicks (aged 18). I have no idea where Elizabeth is as it doesn't say John is a widower.

In 1891 John is living at 28 Parnell Road, Bow and is this time listed as a widower. He is now employed as a joiner and is living with his children Lizzie and Alice.

In 1901 John is still living in the same house and doing the same job. Living with him is his daughter Lizzie and grand daughter Nelly Brown (daughter of Alice and transcribed as Kelly).


213+ GILES WARREN 15/09/1839-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/09/1839.

In 1841 Giles was living in West Wickham with her parents and siblings Sarah, William, Ann, Eliza, and Elizabeth.

In 1851 Giles was lodging with his father and brother James in a pub called The Jolly Waterman in water Ride, Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


214 JAMES JOSEPH WARREN 1842-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire

Christened there on 06/08/1842.

In 1851 Joseph (as he was known) was lodging with his father and brother Giles in a pub called The Jolly Waterman in water Ride, Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire.

I cannot find him 1861.

Married Elizabeth Woolmer (b abt. 1847 in Rainford, Essex) in Q2 1867 in the Romford reg district, Essex.

In 1871 Joseph and Elizabeth were living at 1a Kings Street, Chelsea St Luke, London. Joseph was employed as a carman.

In 1881 Joseph and Elizabeth were living at 10 Cadogan Street, Chelsea where he was employed as a conductor. Living with them was Elizabeth's sister Sarah Woolmer.

In 1901 Joseph and Elizabeth were living in Norman Street, Chelsea where Joseph was a carryman. Lodging with them were George Sargent, a railway signalman and Charles Sargent a railway porter.


Children of Mary & John grandchildren of Mary & Giles, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


WILLIAM NOBLE 1826-????*** I am not sure if this is correct as at the moment I have conflicting information. Somebody has Mary marrying John Noble but somebody else has her marrying Thomas Webb. When I find out which, (if either), is correct I will input the details.

Children of John & Sarah grandchildren of Mary & Giles, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


SAMUEL WARREN 1838-1856

Born in Horningsea, Cambridgeshire.

In 1841 Samuel was living in Horningsea with his parents and sister Mary Ann.

In 1851 Samuel was living in Clayhille Road, Horningsea with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, Joseph, Charles and William. Samuel was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Samuel died in Horningsea in 1856.


MARY ANN WARREN 1840-????

Born in Horningsea, Cambridgeshire.

In 1841 Mary Ann was living in Horningsea with her parents and brother Samuel.

In 1851 Mary Ann was living in Clayhille Road, Horningsea with her parents and siblings Samuel, Joseph, Charles and William.

Nothing else is currently known.


JOSEPH WARREN 1843-????

Born in Horningsea, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Joseph was living in Clayhille Road,

In 1861 Joseph was living in Barton, Cambridgeshire with his widowed father and siblings Charles, William and Benjamin. There was also a cousin named Lavinea Ashman there. Joseph was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Emma Morgan (b abt 1856 in Barton, Cambridgeshire ) in Q1 1869 in Barton.

Their children:

Charles 1869
Emma Sarah1870
Sarah 1873
Phoebe 1880
John 1882

In 1871 Joseph and Emma were living in Barton with their children Charles and Emma. Joseph was employed as a Coprolite labourer. Copralite, I have just discovered was fossilised dinosaur dung!

In 1881 Joseph and Emma were living in Broad Green, Barton with their children Charles, Emma, Sarah and Phoebe. Joseph was employed as a Coprolite digger.

In 1891 Joseph and Emma were at 28 Heathfield North, Twickenham, Middlesex with their children Phoebe and John. Joseph was employed as a gardener. There was also a nephew there named Charles Allgood, although who he was related to I don't yet know.

In 1901 Joseph and Emma were still living in the same house. Their grand daughter was there that day. She was named as 8 year old Mabel Morone, but the surname is actually written as Browne. When I discover who the parent is I shall put that information. Joseph was employed as a gardener to seedman (not domestic).


CHARLES WARREN 1845-????

Born in Horningsea, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Charles was living in Clayhille Road, Horningsea with his parents and siblings Samuel, Mary Ann, Joseph and William.

In 1861 Charles was living in Barton, Cambridgeshire with his widowed father and siblings Joseph, William and Benjamin. There was also a cousin named Lavinea Ashman there. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Alice ? (b abt. 1843 in Oakington, Cambridgeshire).

Their children:

William 1867
Sarah 1870
Alice Maud M1871
Ethel Amelia 1873
Charles John 1875
Walter Herbert1877
Frank Horace 1879
Kate Marion 1881

In 1871 Charles and Alice were living at Church Road, 6 Albert Terrace, Acton, Middlesex with their children William and Sarah. Charles was employed as a Police Constable.

In 1881 Charles and Alice were living in Richards Cottage, Acton with their children William, Sarah, Alice, Ethel, Charles, Walter, Frank and Kate. Charles was still working as a police constable.

Charles died sometime after 1871 and before 1881. There 3 possible deaths for him in Middlesex.

In 1891 Alice was living at 42 Grove Road, Acton with her children Charles and Kate. Alice was employed doing laundry work. Also living there were 2 boarders by the names of Caroline and Harry Potter (brother and sister). Caroline was a pupil teacher and Harry's occupation said School Jun. clerk L. Sch. Bd.

In 1901 Alice was living at the same address with her daughters Sarah and Kate.


WILLIAM WARREN 1850-????

Born in Horningsea, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 William was living in Clayhille Road, Horningsea with his parents and siblings Samuel, Mary Ann, Joseph and Charles.

In 1861 William was living in Barton, Cambridgeshire with his widowed father and siblings Joseph, Charles and Benjamin. There was also a cousin named Lavinea Ashman there.

In 1871 William was still living in Barton with his father and brother Benjamin. William was employed as a copralite labourer. Copralite, I have just discovered was fossilised dinosaur dung!

Married Mary Ann Jakes (b ) in Barton in Q4 1871.

Sarah Ann 1873
John 1875
Alfred1877
Edith 1880
Arthur1883
Charlotte 1885
Ellen 1888

In 1881 William and Mary Ann were living in Comberton Road, Barton with their children Sarah Ann, John, Alfred and Edith. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

in 1891 William and Mary Ann were living in the King William public house in Long Stanton, Cambridgeshire. William was the publican there and living with them were their children John, Edith, Arthur, Charlotte and Ellen. Also living there was William's widowed father, John Warren.

In 1901 William and Mary Ann were living at 32 Heathfield North, Twickenham, Middlesex with their children Arthur and Ellen. William was employed as a general labour. His brother Joseph and his family lived 2 doors away.


BENJAMIN WARREN 1854-????

Born in Horningsea, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Benjamin was living in Barton, Cambridgeshire with his widowed father and siblings Joseph, Charles and William. There was also a cousin named Lavinea Ashman there.

In 1871 Benjamin was still living in Barton with his father and brother William. Benjamin was employed as an agricultural labourer.

I cannot find Benjamin in 1881.

Married Harriet Emma Jordan (b 1868 in Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire) in Q3 1884 in the Basford reg district, Derbyshire / Nottinghamshire.

Their children:

Julia Annie 1885

In 1891 Benjamin and Harriet were living in Nands Road, Heanor, Ilkeston, Derbyshire with their daughter Julia. Benjamin was employed as a coal miner.

I cannot find the family in 1901.


Children of Charlotte & Charles grandchildren of Mary & Giles, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


MARY ANN MOSS 1836-1842

Born in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 04/09/1836.

In 1841 Mary Ann was living in Chippenham with her parents.

Mary Ann died in Chippenham in Q3 1842 and was buried there on 12/07/1842.


JANE MOSS 1839-1840

Born in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 21/04/1839.

Jane died in Chippenham in Q3 1840 and was buried there on 01/08/1840.


EDWARD MOSS 1841-1858

Christened there on 05/12/1841

In 1851 Edward (transcribed as Toop) was living in ? Street, Chippenham with his parents and siblings Eliza and Alfred.

Edward died in Chippenham in Q4 1858 and was buried there on 12/10/1858.


ELIZA MOSS 04/08/1844-1855

Born in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/09/1844.

In 1851 Eliza (transcribed as Toop) was living in ? Street, Chippenham with her parents and siblings Edward and Alfred.

Eliza died in Chippenham in 1855 and was buried there on 01/07/1855.


ALFRED MOSS 1849-????

Born in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 04/11/1849.

In 1851 Alfred (transcribed as Toop) was living in ? Street, Chippenham with his parents and siblings Edward and Eliza.

In 1861 Alfred was living at Queen's Square, Chippenham with his parents and sister Mary Ann. Alfred was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 Alfred was still living at Queen's Square, Chippenham with his widowed father and sister Mary Ann. Alfred was employed as an agricultral labourer.

Married Isabella Dennis (b 1848 in Thingoe, Suffolk) in Q1 1872 in Thingoe, Suffolk.

Their children:

Albert Edward 1872
Isabella 1874

Isabella died in Q1 1874 in Chippenham.

Alfred then married Hannah Cocksedge (b abt 1855 in Badwell Ash, Suffolk)in Chippenham on 23/02/1878.

Their children:

Cornelius Walter 1878
Charlotte Ellen 1880
Edward 1881
William Charles 1883
Alfred Henry 1885
Frederick Charles1887
Ida Mary1889
Sidney George 1891
Cecil John 1894
Lilian Emmeline1896

In 1881 Alfred and Hannah were living in Scotland End, Chippenham with their children Albert, Isabella, Walter and Charlotte. Also living there was Alfred's father Charles (rag and bone collector). Alfred was employed as an agricultural labourer. This family proved very difficult to find as Alfred, his wife and children were all listed as Buck. Charles Moss (rag and bone dealer) is listed as the father. The reason they were named as Buck is because the enumerator put ditto by Alfred's surname space, instead of his proper name, so the family continued as Bucks instead of Moss.

In 1891 Alfred and Hannah (transcribed as Mass) were still living in Scotland End with their children Walter, Charlotte, Edward, William, Alfred, Frederick and Ida. Alfred's father, Charles (pauper) was also still living there. Alfred was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Alfred and Hannah were living at 12 New Row, Chippenham with their children Edward, Alfred, Fred Ida, Sidney, Cecil and Lilian. Alfred was employed as an ordinary agricultural labourer.

Alfred died before 1916 as only Hannah is mentioned as a parent of their son cecil on his death in France. Hannah was still living at the same address then.

Nothing else is currently known.

Information on the marriages and some children came from the GU tree of Rebecca Williams and from the Ancestry tree of June Webb.

MARY ANN MOSS 1855-????

Born in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 07/10/1855.

In 1861 Mary Ann was living at Queen's Square, Chippenham with her parents and brother Alfred.

In 1871 Mary Ann was still living at Queen's Square, Chippenham with her widowed father and brother Mary Ann. Mary Ann was listed as a housekeeper, so I presume she was doing it for her father..

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of William and Harriet grandchildren of William & Ann , great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


JAMES MYNOTT 1820-1863

Born in West Wickham, Cambridge

In 1841 James was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings Amy, William, Charles, John, Mary and baby Jane.

Married Susannah Reader (b 1819 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire) on 31/07/1841 in West Wickham.

Their children:

Alice 1841
Clara 10/08/1844
Ursula19/07/1847
Arthur14/08/1850
Isabella1853
George1856
Alice1859
Jane1862

In 1851 James and Susan were living in the High Street, West Wickham where he was working as an agricultural labourer. Living with them were their children Clara, Ursula and Arthur.

In 1861 James and Susan were living in Bright Street, Bromley Kent where James was a labourer. The children living with them were Clara, Arthur, Isabella, George and Alice. There were also 2 lodgers named William Cole and William Hamptoon (?) who were both shipwrights labourers. Could this William Cole have been the future husband of daughter Ursula?

James died in Poplar, London in 1863.

In 1871 Susan was living in Bromley where she was employed as a charwoman. The children living with her were Ursula (lister as Hester) Cole, George, Alice and Jane.

In 1881 Susan was living at 9 Cawdor Street, North Side, Bromley with her children George and Jane. Her daughter Isabella and her husband Fredrick also lived there, as did a boarder named William Smith (stevedore). Susan's grandaughter Clara Lane (Clara's daughter) was visiting that day.Her son Arthur and his family lived near by at number 12.

In 1891 Susan was still living in the same house but not as head of it. The head of the household was her son in law Frederick Cain and he lived there with his wife Isabella and their children Kate, Frederick, Elizabeth and Eleanor. There was also an lodger by the name of Mary Ann Simms (nurse sick) living there.

Susannah died in Poplar, London in 1892.


ANN MYNOTT 1822-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/09/1822.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


AMY MYNOTT 1825-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 20/02/1825.

In 1841 Amy was living in West Wickham with her parents and siblings James, William, Charles, John, Mary and baby Jane.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


WILLIAM MYNOTT 1829-1896

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 22/03/1829.

In 1841 William was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings James, Amy, Charles, John, Mary and baby Jane.

I cannot find William in 1851.

Married Ann Elizabeth Esmond (b 1833 in Peckleton, Leicestershire) in Q4 1849 in the St Martins reg district, Middlesex.

Their children:

Catherine 1862
Charles 1863
Florence1865
William1872
Mary1874
Arthur1878
In 1861 William and Ann were living at 20 Harley Mews South, Marylebone, London where William was employed as a coachman. There is also an entry for a William and Annie Mynott (same birth details) employed by the Rutledge family in Hanover Square, St George, London as a servant - domestic coachman and servant. Are these the same people?

In 1871 William and Ann were living in Queens Street, Marylebone with their children Catherine, Charles and Florence. William's occupation says coachman having stables.

In 1881 William and Ann were living at 4 Conduit Mews, Paddington with their children Catherine, Charles, William, Mary and Arthur. William was employed as a coachman. This family was really difficult to find in this census and it was only on the third attempt, some months after the last search that I found them. They had been transcribed as the Minst family and Katherine had been spelt with a K. Drove me bananas!

William died in Romford, Essex in 1896.


CHARLES MYNOTT 1831-25/04/1902

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 21/08/1831.

In 1841 Charles was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings James, Amy, William, John, Mary and baby Jane.

In 1851 Charles was living at at Button End, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Charles, John, Mary, Jane, Martha and Judith.

Married Catherine Mynott in West Wickham on 17/09/1859. Catherine was his cousin and the daughter of James Mynott and Mary Osborne. The witnesses at their wedding were Mary (BT Henry) Mynot and Ann Osborn.

Their children:

Harry 1860
George 1862
Amos1864
Alice1867
William1869
Mary1871
Diana1874
Martha1876
David 1879

In 1861 Charles and Catherine were living next door to his parents and sister Judith in the High Street, West Wickham with their son Harry. Charles was a labourer.

In 1871 Charles and Catherine were living at 5 West Wickham Street, West Wickham where Charles was an agricultural labourer. The children living with them were Harry, George, Amos, Alice and William.

In 1881 Charles and Catherin were still living in the same place and still doing the same job. The children living at home were Harry, George, Amos, William, Mary, Dinah, Martha and David.

In 1891 Charles and Catherine were living in the same place and still doing the same job. The children living at home were William, Mary and David.

In 1901 Charles and Catherine were still living in West Wickham along with their son David. Charles was still doing the same job.

Charles died on 25/04/1902 in West Wickham and was buried 4 days later in St Mary's, aged 70 years.

Catherine died 17/7/1925 in West Wickham, aged 91, and was buried St Mary's on 21/07/1925.


JOHN M MYNOTT 1835-1891

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/02/1835.

In 1841 John was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings James, Amy, William, Charles, and baby Jane.

In 1851 John was living at at Button End, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Charles, Mary, Jane, Martha and Judith.

Married Susan Howard (b 1834 in Carlton, Cambridgeshire) in Poplar London in 1859.

Their children:

Harriet 1859
Alfred 1862
Janet1863
Amy1864
Harry1866
Elizabeth1869
Jane1871
William1873
Florence1875

In 1861 John and Susan were living at 7 Richard Street, Bromley St Leonards in Middlesex where John was a labourer. Their daughter Harriet was living with them.

In 1871 John and Susan were living at 58 Kerby Street, Poplar, London where John was still in the same job. The children living with them were Harriet, Alfred, Janet, Amy, Harry and Elizabeth. There was also a lodger named Samuel Blandon, who was also a labourer.

In 1881 John and Susan were living at 72 Kerby Street in Poplar where John was employed as a ? engineer (unfortunately the enumerated has written across this word, so I can't decipher it). The children living at home were Harriet (now married), Alfred, Harry, Elizabeth, Jane, William and Florence.

In 1891 John and Susan were living in the same house with their children William, Jane. Florence, Janet, her husband and child. Living next door, at number 70, were their son Arthur, his wife and their 2 children. John was employed as a hydraulics engineer. Maybe this was what he was doing 10 years ago.

John died in Poplar, London in 1891.

Susan died in London in 1898.


MARY MYNOTT 1837-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 18/06/1837.

In 1841 Mary was living in West Wickham with her parents and siblings James, Amy, William, Charles, John, and baby Jane.

In 1851 Mary was living at at Button End, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Charles, John, Jane, Martha and Judith.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


JANE ANN MYNOTT 12/09/1840-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 10/01/1841.

In 1841 Jane was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings James, Amy, William, Charles, John and Mary.

In 1851 Janes was living at at Button End, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Charles, John, Mary, Martha and Judith.

Married William Newman (b 1832 in Dry Drayton, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1857 in St Vigours, Fulbourn.

Their children:

Emma 1859
Elizabeth 1861
William Mynott 1865

In 1861 Jane and William were living at Seversham Road, Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire with their daughter Emma. William was a shoemaker.

In 1871 Jane was living in Harrow Street, Fulbourn with her daughters Emma and Elizabeth and son listed as Mynott W. Newman.

Married Edward C. Fincham ( 1842 in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire) on 14/06/1873 in Fulbourn.

Their children:

John 1874
Florence1879

In 1881 Jane and Edward were living in Shipps Yard, Fulbourn with their children John and Florence. Jane was a dressmaker and Edward a bricklayer (journeyman). Also living with them is 14 year old William Newman listed as son in law. I think they must mean stepson.

In 1891 Jane and Edward (listed as Cowell (I wonder if that is what the C stood for?)) were living at Home End, Fulbourn with their daughter Florence. Edward was still a bricklayer


MARTHA MYNOTT 10/03/1844-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 07/05/1848.

In 1851 Martha was living at at Button End, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Charles, John, Mary, Jane, and Judith.

In 1861 Martha was working as a servant - nursemaid in Wanstead, Essex. She was working for the Morris family.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


JUDITH MYNOTT 21/06/1847-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 07/05/1848.

In 1851 Judith was living at at Button End, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Charles, John, Mary, Jane and Martha.

In 1861 Judith was living with her parents in the High Street, West Wickham.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


Children of Mary & James grandchildren of William & Ann , great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


WILLIAM PRESTON1818-1985

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 17/01/1819.

In 1841 William was living in Wicken and working as an agricultural labourer.

Married Sophia Marshall (b 1822 in Wicken, Cambridgeshire) in the Newmarket reg district in Q4 1843.

Their children:

Mary 1848
Eliza 1849
Sophia1851

In 1851 William and Sophia were living in Wicken with their daughters Mary Ann and Eliza. William was an agricultural labourer.

In 1861 William and Sophia were living in Lower Drove, Wicken with their children Mary ann, Eliza and Sophia. There was also a lodger there named John Cropley who was a retired farmer. William was a farmer of 10 acres.

In 1871 William and Sophia were living in the same place and William now had 2 more acres to farm. The children living with them were Mary Ann and Sophia and there was also a niece named Alice living with them.

In 1881 William and Sophia were living with their daughter Mary Ann in the same house. William had acquired more land so was now farming 15 acres. Also living with them were the niece Alice Preston (Sarah's daughter) and their grandsons William and Frederick Johnson. These were Eliza's sons.

In 1891 William and Sophia were still livng in the same house, although they had changed the name from Lower Drove to Lower Road. Their daughters Mary Ann and Sophia was still living with them as was their grandson William Johnson. William was still a farmer but no mention of the number of acres this time.

William died in Wickham in Q4 1895.

In 1901 Sophia was living in ? Lane in Soham with her daughters Mary Ann and Sophia. She was living on her own means.

JOHN PRESTON 1820-1829

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 28/01/1821.

Died in West Wickham in 1829 and was buried on 20/10/1829.


JAMES PRESTON 1823-1829

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 13/07/1823.

Died in West Wickham in 1829 and was buried on 13/11/1829.


CHARLES PRESTON 1826-1870

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/03/1826.

Married Elizabeth Hammonds (b 1828 in Haddenham, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1848 in Haddenham.

Their children:

James 1849
Charlotte 1856
Elizabeth1858
Charles1861
William1864
Sarah 1866

In 1851 Charles and Elizabeth were living with their son James in Main Street, Haddenham, Cambridgeshire. Charles was an agricultural labourer.

In 1861 Charles and Elizabeth were living at Mill End, Haddenham with their children James, Charlotte and Elizabeth. Charles was a farm labourer.

Charles died in Haddenham in Q1 1870.

In 1871 Elizabeth was still living in the same house with her children James, Elizabeth, Charles, William and Sarah.

I believe Elizabeth then married James Rich in Q4 1872 in the Ely reg district.

In 1881 Elizabeth and James were living in Duck Lane, Haddenham
with a Reuben Preston, listed as son in law. I believe it to mean stepson as this is the second time I have come across this relationship in these circumstances. I wonder if William was actually Reuben as I can find a birth record for Reuben but not William. Unfortunatley there does not appear to be any christening records on line to double check.


SARAH PRESTON 1829-1864

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 21/06/1829.

Married Thomas Barton (b 1825 in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire) on 07/12/1850 in West Wickham. The witnesses at the wedding were John and Jane Preston.

Their children:

Eliza 1854
John 1857
Alice1858
Lucy1863

In 1851 Sarah and Thomas were living in Brick ?, West Wickham with her widowed mother and siblings John, Ann and Mary.

In 1861 Sarah and Thomas were living in Main Street, Weston Colville with their children Eliza, John and Alice. Sarah's mother was also living with them. Thomas was an agricultural labourer.

Sarah died in Cambridgeshire in 1864.

Thomas then married widow Caroline Carlton in Q4 1865 in Weston Colville and went on to have 6 more children.

Their children:

Sarah 1867
Rachel 1869
Jacob 1871
William1873
Ellen 1875
Jane1878

In 1871 Thomas and Caroline were living in Common Road, Weston Colville with his children John and Lucy Ann, her child Samuel and their children Sarah, Rachel and Jacob.

In 1881 Thomas was widowed (again) and living in Collage Land Houses, Weston Colville with his children Lucy, Jacob, William, Ellen and Jane. He was still an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Thomas was living in Mill Hill, Weston Colville with his children Lucy, Jacob and Jane. He was still in the same job.

In 1901 Thomas was living with his daughter Ellen in the home of another daughter Lucy and her husband James Ball. Therre were also his grandchildren Amy and Frank Balls. living there. They were living in Mill Hill Cottage, Weston Coleville.

Thomas died in Cambridgeshire in 1906.


JOHN PRESTON 1832-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 09/08/1832.

In 1851 John was living in Brick ?, West Wickham with his widowed mother and siblings Sarah, Ann and Mary. Sarah's husband Thomas also lived there. John was an agricultural labourer.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


LYDIA PRESTON 1835-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 20/09/1835.

In 1841 I believe Lydia was living in Horseheath with Sarah Mynott (aged 70) and William Free (19), her cousin.

Married John Missen (b 1823 in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1855 in the Weston Coleville. recorded as John Misson on Free BDM.

Their children:

Mahala 1856
Mary Ann 1857
Esther1859
Edmund1860
Richard1862
James1864
Sarah Ann1866
Malina1868
Ellen1869
John1877

In 1861 Lydia and John were living at Main Street, Weston Colville with their children Mahala, Mary, Ester and baby Edmund. John was employed as an agricultural labourer. John's mother Judith was also living with them.

In 1871 Lydia and John were living in Common Road, Weston Colville with their children Mary Ann, Esther, Edward, Richard, James, Sarah Ann, Malina and Ellen.

In 1881 Lydia and John were living in Weston Green, Weston Colville with their children Mary Ann, Edmund, James, Ellen and John. John was still an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Lydia was living in the same house with her son John and a lodger named Morris Kedge, who was a bricklayer.

In 1901 Lydia and her son John were still living in the same house.

John died in Cambridgeshire in 1881.


ANN PRESTON 13/03/1838-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 13/05/1838.

In 1851 Ann was living in Brick ?, West Wickham with her widowed mother and siblings Sarah, John, and Mary. Sarah's husband Thomas also lived there. John was still in the same job.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


MARY PRESTON 13/06/1840-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 09/08/1840.

In 1851 Mary was living in Brick ?, West Wickham with her widowed mother and siblings Sarah, John and Ann. Sarah's husband Thomas also lived there.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


JUDITH PRESTON 06/10/1842-1844

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 18/12/1842.

Died in West Wickham in 1844 and was buried there on 06/05/1844.


Children of Sarah & Johnson grandchildren of William & Ann , great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


Information from Sallyann Free.

WILLIAM FREE 1822-07/02/1893

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 28/07/1822.

In 1841 I believe William was living in Horseheath with Sarah Mynott (aged 70) and Lydia Preston (6), his cousin.

Married Rebecca Stinton (b 1819 in Horseheath) on 27/11/1841 in Horseheath. The witnesses at their weddin were Hammond and Charlotte Beavis.

In 1851 William was possibly visiting the home of Henry and Abigail Free and their children in Bishps Stortford, Hertfordshire. Rebecca is listed as head of the house in Horseheath Street, Horseheath. She was siad to be a farm labourers wife and she had a lodger named Maria Salmon.

Rebecca died in Camberwell, Surrey in Q1 1853.

William then married Mary Davies (b 1825 in Dyffryn, Mid Glamorgan, Wales) on 13/10/1853 at the Tabernacle Baptist Church, Cardiff. The witnesses were Maria Davies and Gwenny James. William was living in Love Lane Cardiff and working as a coal heaver when he married.

Their children:

George 1853
Celia 1855
Alice 1858
Nimrod1860
Harriet1862
Sarah1866
Nimrod 1870

In 1861 William and Mary were living with their children George, Celia and Nimrod at 20 Ivor Street, Cardiff. He was a stock labourer.

In 1871 William and Mary were living at 20 Sandown Place, St Johns, Cardiff with their children George, Alice, Harriet, Sarah and Nimrod. William was employed as a coal stower. Mary's mother Sarah was living with them, as was a lodger named Robert Cornwall, his wife Anna and their daughter Jane.

In 1881 William and Mary were living at 56 Diamond Street, Roath, Cardiff with their children George, Sarah and Nimrod plus Mary's mother.

In 1891 William and Mary were living at 71 Cecil Street with their children Nimord and Sarah plus her husband William Whitney, and their two daughters, Alice Mary and Martha. William was a coal heaver.

William died on 07/02/1893 at 71 Cecil Street Roath, Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales. The cause of his death was stomach cancer and asthenia. His daughter Sarah was nursing him He was buried in St Mary, Cardiff on 12th February 1893.

In 1901 Mary was living at 19 Seymour Street, Roath. This was the home of her son James, his wife and their children.

Mary died on 04/11/1909 in Aberavon, Wales. She had suffered a cerebral haemorrhage the day after her son James died on 22/10/1909 and died 13 days later.


CHARLES FREE 1824-28/03/1909

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 06/06/1824.

In 1841 Charles was living with his parents and siblings Eliza, Isaac, Judith, Mary, Alfred, Celia and John in Horseheath.

Married Emma Salmon (b 1827 in Horseheath,) on 14/08/1844 in Horseheath. The witnesses at their wedding were Emma's brother, Charles and his wife Harriett (nee Flack).

Their children:

Eliza 1845
Agnes 1847

Emma died in Horseheath on 19/07/1848. She died after suffering from anascara for 9 months. This was tissue swelling, sometimes caused by pregnancy.

I cannot find Charles in 1851.

Charles then married Mary Ann Preston (b 1828 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) on 25/12/1855 in Horseheath. The witnesses at the wedding were Marcus Lucas and Marianne Free (his sister).

Their children:

Judith 1856
George 1858
Thomas Alfred1860
William 1864

In 1861 Charles and Mary Ann were living at Foxborough Cottage, Hoggs Hill, Dagenham, Essex where he was employed as an agricultural labourer. The children living with them were Eliza, Agnes, George, Judith and Thomas. There was also a lodger named Isaac Foster.

Mary died in Essex in 1866.

Charles then married Ann Lawrence (b 1834 in Ingatestone, Esse) in 1868 in West Ham, London.

Their child:

Celia 1870

In 1871 Charles and Ann are missing.

In 1881 Charles and Ann were living at 5 Carlisle Road, Leyton Low, Essex with their children Celia, George and William. Charles was still in the same line of work.

In 1891 they are again missing.

Ann died in Essex in 1900.

In 1901 Charles was living at 3 Carlisle Road, Leyton, Essex were he was working as a greengrocer.

Charles died in Walthamstow Essex on 28/13/ 1909. He died of a cerebral heamorrage, hemplegia and exhaustion.


ELIZA FREE 1826-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 17/12/1826.

In 1841 Eliza was living with her parents and siblings Charles, Isaac, Judith, Mary, Alfred, Celia and John in Horseheath.

In 1851 Eliza was employed as a housemaid in the Percival family home in Barmborough, Yorkshire.

On 22/03/1854 she was a witness at her sister Judith's wedding.

I beleieve Eliza may well have died in the Linton reg district in Q4 1857.


HENRY FREE 1828-1905

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 13/07/1828.

I cannot find Henry in 1841.

In 1851 Henry was living in Horseheath Street, Horseheath with his parents and siblings Isaac, Alfred, John, Celia. There was also a 6 year old visitor by the name of Eliza Free. Henry was employed as a farm labourer.

Married Mary Willis (b 1835 in Barking, Essex) in Q2 1857 in the Romford reg district.

Their children:

Eliza 1857
Fanny 1858
William1861
Edward1863
Henry 1866
Julia 1870
Sarah 1876

In 1861 Henry and Mary were living in Wood Street, Walthamstow, Essex with their children Eliza and Fanny. Henry was employed as a carman.

In 1871 Henry and Mary were living at 203 St Leonards Road, Bromley St Leonard, London with their children Eliza, William, Edward and Henry. Henry was still a carman. It took me over an hour to find this family as they had been transcribed as Flree, so were not showing up. I nearly gave up hope.

In 1881 Henry and Mary were living at 28 Lowere Rich Street, Limehouse in London with their children William, Edward, Henry, Julia and Sarah. Henry still had the same job.

Mary died in 1888 in London.

In 1891 Henry was living in the house of his daughter Eliza, her husband and family at 58 Church Road, Limehouse. He was still a carman.

In 1901 Henry was still living in the same house and still doing the same job.

Henry died in 1905 in London.


ISAAC FREE 1831-1913

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 21/11/1830.

In 1841 Isaac was living with his parents and siblings Charles, Eliza, Judith, Mary, Alfred, Celia and John in Horseheath.

In 1851 Isaac was living in Horseheath Street, Horseheath with his parents and siblings Henry, Alfred, John, Celia. There was also a 6 year old visitor by the name of Eliza Free. He was a farm labourer.

Married Mary Purkiss (b 1833 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) on 09/10/1852 in Balsham.

Their children:

Jane 1855
John 1857
Elizabeth1860
Alfred 1862
Harry 1865
William 1866
George 1870
Sidney 1874
Isaac1877

In 1861 Isaac and Mary were living at 4 Bright Street, Bromley, Middlesex with their children Jane, John and Elizabeth. His brother John was also living with them as was a lodger by the name of Francis Hammond. Isaac was employed as a boiler makers labourer.

In 1871 Isaac and Mary are living at 17 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonards, London with their children Jane, John, Elizabeth, Alfred, Harry, William and George. He was a stoker in jute factory.

Mary died in 1877 in Essex.

Isaac then married Rebecca Tanner (b abt. 1833 in Felstead, Essex) in Q2 1878 in the West Ham reg district.

In 1881 Isaac and Rebecca were living at 8 Carpenters Road, West Ham, Essex with his children Harry, George and Sidney and stepson Robert Bradford. There was also an Alfred Baldock in the house with them. Isaac was working as a railway labourer.

In 1891 Isaac and Rebecca were living at 8 Mark Street, Stratford, West Ham where he was working as an F J Fitters assistant. Living in the house with them were their son Sidney, 2 boarders named Elizabeth Hazledine and Henry Beckmann and 2 lodgers named Walter Byatt and Englebert Menden.

In 1901 Isaac and Rebecca were living at 9 Mark Street with 3 boarders by the names of Percy Prosser, Ernest Everitt and William E Gough. Isaac was still working as a fitters assistant.

I believe Rebecca died in Q2 1906 in the West Ham reg district.

I believe Isaac died in Q2 1913 in the West Ham reg district.


JUDITH FREE 1832-12/11/1898

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 11/11/1832.

In 1841 Judith was living with her parents and siblings Charles, Eliza, Isaac, Mary, Alfred, Celia and John in Horseheath.

In 1851 Judith was employed as a house servant in South Parade, Doncaster, Yorkshire. The head of the house was Henrietta Rose Callander.

Married Edward Liddell ( b 1827 in Low Coniscliffe, Durham) on 22/03/1854 in Barnburgh. The witnesses were Eliza Free (her sister) and George Thackray.

Judith and Edward were living in Barnby Road, Newark, in Nottinghamshire. Edward was emoployed as a Superintendent of Police.

In 1871 Judith and Edward were living at 69 Barnby Road, Newark. Judith's sister Ce;lia was living with them and Edward was still a police Superintendent.

In 1881 Judith and Edward were still livng in the same house and doing the same job. They had a visitor that day named Annie Revill (a widow).

I 1891 Judith and Edward were still living in the same house and Edward was now the Chief Constable of Newark. Living with them were Judith's widowed mother and a servant named Alice Beckett.

Judith died at the hospital, London Road, Newark on 12/11/1898. She died of an embolism with her younger sister Celia at her bedside.

She was buried in Newark Cemetery on 15/11/1898. Edward died and his brother in law Alfred was with him at his death.

Edward was buried in the same grave as Judith.


MARIANNE FREE 1834-1907

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 09/11/1834.

In 1841 Mary was living with her parents and siblings Charles, Eliza, Isaac, Judith Alfred, Celia and John in Horseheath.

I cannot find Marianne in 1851.

Married Charles Battersby (b 1834 in Barnborough, South Yorkshire,) in Q4 1858 in the Doncaster reg district.

Their children:

John Edward 1860
Kate Beatrice 1863
Alice Adelaide1868
Florence 1872
Frank 1876

In 1871 Marianne and Charles were living in Brightside Bierlow, Yorkshire with their children John, Kate, Alice and Albert. Charles was a police inspector.

In 1881 Charles and Mary Ann were living at 10 Alderstone Road, Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield with their children John, Alice, Albert, Florence and Frank. Charles was a detective inspector.

In 1881 Marianne and Charles were living at 22 Mount Pleasant Road, Ecclesall Bierlow with their children Albert, Florence and Frank. Charles had now retired.

Charles died in 1899 in Ecclesall Bierlow, Yorkshire.

In 1901 Mary Ann was living at 38 and 36 Abbeydale Road Ecclesall Bierlow with her children Kate and Frank. Mary Ann was employed as a (?) and shopkeeper. Unfortunately the first word is written over, so difficult to decipher.

Marianne died in 1907 in Ecclesall Bierlow, Yorkshire.


ALFRED FREE 1836-15/12/1916

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 10/07/1836.

In 1841 Charles was living with his parents and siblings Charles, Eliza, Isaac, Judith, Mary, Celia and John in Horseheath.

In 1851 Alfred was living in Horseheath Street, Horseheath with his parents and siblings Henry, Isaac, John and Celia. There was also a 6 year old visitor by the name of Eliza Free. This visitor was his niece, daughter of Isaac and Emma. He was a farm labourer.

In 1861 Alfred was a lodger in the home of William Taylor in Baldenton Gate, Newark on trent, Nottinghamshire. Alfred was a police officer.

In 1871 Alfred is lodging at 44 Whitfield Street, Newark on Trent with Alfred and Mary Clarke. he was still a police officer.

Alfred met Mary Jackson in 1871 when she was a barmaid in The Angel Inn, 24 Middlegate Street in Newark.

Married Mary Jackson (b 1849 in Sutton, Nottinghamshire) in Sutton on 23/05/1873.

Their children:

Sarah Jane 1873
John Alfred 1875
Florence Mary1876
Eliza Ellen 1878
Henry Edward1881
Margaret Alice1885

In 1881 Alfred and Mary were living in the Town Hall (Police Station) in Newark with their children Sarah, John, Florence, Eliza and Henry. Alfred was a police sergeant.

In 1891 Alfred and Mary were living at 4 Market Place, Newark with their children Sarah, John, Florence, Eliza, Harry and Margaret. Alfred was still a police sergeant.

In 1899 Alfred was present at the death of his brother in law Edward Liddell and was the informant of his death. He had been living at 76 Bowbridge Road, Newark at the time.

In 1901 Alfred and Mary were still living at 76 Bowbridge Road, Newark with their children Sarah, John, Florence, Eliza, Henry and Margaret. He was now an inspector of police.

Alfred retired from the police force in 1903.

Alfred died on 16/12/1916 of atheroma of the arteries and syncope. In laymans terms his arteries had furred up and syncope is the loss of consciousness due to restricted cerebral blood flow. He was still living at the same address and his son John was present at his death.

He was buried in Newark Cemetery on 19th December 1916.

Mary died of senile decay, a large ovarian tumour and heart failure in 1932. She had been living at 62 Bowbridge Road, Newark at the time of her death.

Mary was buried in the same grave as Alfred on 04/01/1932.



CELIA FREE 18/05/1838-13/09/1843

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 06/06/1838.

In 1841 Celia was living with her parents and siblings Charles, Eliza, Isaac, Judith, Mary, Alfred and John in Horseheath.

Celia died of whooping cough on 13/09/1843 in Horseheath, in 1843. This was the same day her younger brother George was buried.

Celia was buried in Horseheath 3 days later.


JOHN FREE 25/08/1840-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/10/1840.

In 1841 John was living with his parents and siblings Charles, Eliza, Isaac, Judith, Mary, Alfred and Celia in Horseheath.

In 1851 John was living in Horseheath Street, Horseheath with his parents and siblings Henry, Isaac, Alfred and Celia. There was also a 6 year old visitor by the name of Eliza Free. He was a farm labourer.

In 1861 John was living at 4 Bright Street, Bromley, Middlesex in the home of his brother Isaac and his family. There was also a lodger by the name of Francis Hammond. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Eliza Lashmar (?) (b 1842 in Brighton, East Sussex) in Q4 1863.

Their children:

Ellen 1864
Eliza 1867
Charles 1869
Pauline1871
Emma1873

Eliza died in Polar London in 1873.

In 1881 John was living at 17 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonard, London with their children Ellen, Eliza, Charles, Pauline and Emma. John was employed as an engine diver at works.

John then married a widow named Emma Beaumont (b abt, 1846 in Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk) in Q4 1881 in Poplar, London.

Their child:

Derek 1881

In 1891 John and Emma were living at 4 Lockhart Street, Mile End Old Town, London with their son Derek. John was employed as an engine driver. Also present that day were Frederick Ferish (a son in law) and his wife Anna Jane Ferish (daughter). I cannot tie this girl to John, so maybe she was Emma's daughter.

In 1901 John and Emma were living at 5 Robeson Street, Mile End Old Town. John was a railway engine driver.


GEORGE FREE 08/08/1843-10/09/1843

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 03/09/1843.

George died in Horseheath on 10/09/1843 from whooping cough.

He was buried in Horseheath 3 days later. This was also the day his sister Celia died.


CELIA FREE 15/12/1844-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 12/01/1845.

In 1851 Celia was living in Horseheath Street, Horseheath with her parents and siblings Henry, Isaac, Alfred, and John. There was also a 6 year old visitor by the name of Eliza Free.

In 1861 Celia was working as a general servant in the home of Thomas Nash at Carton Grange, Carlton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Celia was living with her sister Judith and husband Edward Liddell in their house at was 69a Barnby Road, Newark, in Nottinghamshire. She was not employed as anything, so maybe had not long moved in there.

Married John Stevens (b 1840 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire) on 20/05/1871 in Newark. nThe witnesses at their wedding were Edward Liddell and Mary Jackson. Mary may well have been the furure wife of Celia's brother, Alfred.

Their children:

Emily Free 1875
Judith Mynott 1881
Winifred Wingle 1883
John Harold 1885

In 1881 Celia and John were living with their daughter Emily at Horner Road, Ecclesall Bierlow, in Sheffield. Celia's widowed mother was also living with them. John was employed as a cutlery manager.

In 1891 Celia and John were living at 107 Sharrow Street, in Ecclesall Bierlow with their children Emily, Judith, Winifred and John. John was emoployed as a cutlerst.

On 12/11/1898 Celia was with her sister Judith when she died from an embolism and asthenia. Judith's husband died not long after and Celia's mother, Sarah came back to live with them. She died in Celia's home from shock on 24/04/1900.

In 1901 Celia and John were still living in the same house with their children Judith, Winifred and John. John was still a cutlery manager.

Children of James & Mary grandchildren of Thomas & Catherine, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


JOHN MYNOTT 1829-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 18/08/1829.

In 1841 John was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings Henry, Catherine, Thomas and Amelia.

In 1851 John was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings Catherine, Thomas, Amelia, James, Maryann and Jonathon. He was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Mary Reader (b abt 1837 in Kedington, Suffolk) in Risbridge, Cambridgeshire in 1855.

Their child:

Anne 1857

In 1861 John and Mary were living in the High Street, West Wickham with their daughter Anne. John was still in the same job.

In 1871 John and Mary were living at Bottle Hall, West Wickham where John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 John and Mary were living in Butt Lane, Milton, Cambridgeshire where John was an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 John and Mary were living in Cambrige Road, Linton. John was now employed as a coal merchant.

In 1901 John and Mary were still living in the same house and doing the same job.


HENRY MYNOTT 1832-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/03/1832.

In 1841 Henry was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings John, Catherine, Thomas and Amelia.

In 1851 Henry was working as a servant at Stretley Hall in West Wickham. The head of the house was Samuel Webb, a farmer of 540 acres who employed 9 boys and 24 men.

In 1861 Henry was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Thomas, James and Jonathon. There was also a cousin Emma (Catherine's daughter) and cousin Richard (Amelia's son) living there. He was working as an agricultural labourer.

Married Caroline Marshall (b Takely, Essex, in 1838) on 26/10/1861 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Thomas Mynot and Eliza Marshall.

Their children:

Elisa 1862
Laura 1865
Harriet 1868
Alice 1872

In 1871 Henry and Caroline were living at Wood Hall Cottages, Balsham in Cambridgeshire with their daughters Elisa, Laura and Harriet. Henry was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Henry and Caroline were living in the Cottage, Bakers Lane, Streatham, London with their daughters Laura, Harriet and Alice. Henry was now working as a builders labourer and Caroline's occupation lists domestic duty at home.

In 1891 Henry and Caroline were living at 45 Natal Road, Streatham, where Henry was employed as a general labourer and carman.

In 1901 Henry and Caroline were still living in the same house and Henry was a carman.


CATHERINE MYNOTT 1834-1925

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 14/12/1834.

In 1841 Catherine was living in West Wickham with her parents and siblings John, Henry, Thomas and Amelia.

In 1851 Catherine was living in West Wickham with her parents and siblings John, Thomas, Amelia, James, Mary Ann and Jonathon.

Her child:

Emma 1855

Married Charles Mynott (b 1831 in West Wickham) in West Wickham on 17/09/1859. The witnesses at their wedding were Mary (BT Henry) Mynot and Ann Osborn. Charles was Catherine's cousin and the son of William Mynott and Harriet Hayward.

Their children:

Henry 1860
George 1861
Amos1864
Alice1867
William1869
Mary1871
Dinah1874
Martha1876
David1879

In 1861 Charles and Catherine were living next door to his parents and sister Judith in the High Street, West Wickham with their son Harry. Charles was a labourer.

In 1871 Charles and Catherine were living at 5 West Wickham Street, West Wickham where Charles was an agricultural labourer. The children living with them were Harry, George, Amos, Alice and William.

In 1881 Charles and Catherin were still living in the same place and still doing the same job. The children living at home were Harry, George, Amos, William, Mary, Dinah, Martha and David.

In 1891 Charles and Catherine were living in the same place and still doing the same job. The children living at home were William, Mary and David.

In 1901 Charles and Catherine were still living in West Wickham along with their son David. Charles was still doing the same job.

Charles died in 1902 in West Wickham, aged 70 years and was buried there on 29/04/1902.

Catherine died 17/7/1925 in West Wickham, aged 91, and was buried at West Wickham on 21/07/1925.


THOMAS MYNOTT 1837-17/03/1892

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 30/04/1837.

In 1841 Thomas was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings John, Henry, Thomas and Amelia.

In 1851 Thomas was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings John, Catherine, Amelia, James, Maryann and Jonathon. He was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1861 Thomas was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Henry, James and Jonathon. There was also a cousin Emma (Catherine's daughter) and cousin Richard (Amelia's son) living there. He was working as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 Thomas was living at 11 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents, siblings James and Jonathon and his cousin Richard. He was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Lucy Anna Chapman (b 1851 in Withersfield, Suffolk)in Linton, Cambridgeshire in 1872.

Their children:

Alfred Thomas 1873
Emily Kezia 1875
Robina Diana1877
Allen James 1879
Walter Henry1882
Ernest Robert1884
Tyrell John1886
Tom Albert1888
Russell William1890
George Edward1894

In 1881 Thomas and Lucy were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their children Alfred, Emily, Robina and Allen. Thomas was still in the same job. They also had a visitor that day by the name of Mercy E Osborne who was a nurse maid. Maybe she was related to Thomas's mother.

Thomas died on 17/03/1892 in in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire and was buied there on 20/03/1892.

In 1891 Thomas and Lucy were living in West Wickham with their children Alfred, Robina, Allen, Walter, Ernest, Tyrell and Russell. Thomas was employed as a carpenter.

In 1901 Lucy was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her children Walter, Ernest, Tyrell, Tom, Russel and George. George Edward was born in 1894, so was not Thomas's son.

Lucy died in 1933 in in West Wickham.


AMELIA MYNOTT 12/06/1839-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 04/08/1839.

In 1841 Amelia was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings John, Henry, Catherine and Thomas.

In 1851 Amelia was living in West Wickham with her parents and siblings John, Catherine, Thomas, Jane, Maryann and Jonathon.

Her child:

Richard 1859

In 1861 Amelia was employed as a dairy maid (servant) by John Hanchett Piper, a farmer of 188 acres who employed 8 men and 49 boys. She was living on Scarletts Farm in West Wratting.

Married Raison Plumb (b abt. 1839 in West Wickham) in West Wickham in Q3 1861.

Their children:

Frances 1861
Emily 1863
Rhoda1866
Ellen 1869
Alice 1873
Annie 1875
Thomas 1877
Eliza 1880
George 1881

In 1871 Amelia and Raisin were living with their daughters Frances, Emily, Rhoda and Ellen in the home of Raisin parents in the High Street, West Wratting. Raisin was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Amelia and Raisin were living in the High Street, West Wratting with their children Ellen, Alice, Annie, Thomas and Eliza. Raisin was still in the same job.

Raison died in Q 1 1883 in the Depwade Reg District, Norfolk.

In 1891 Ameleia was still living in the same house with her children Alice, Thomas, Eliza and George.

In 1901 Amelia was living in the same house with her son Thomas. She was making money by taking in laundry.


JAMES MYNOTT 06/01/1842-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 27/02/1842.

In 1851 James was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings John, Catherine, Thomas, Amelia, Maryann and Jonathon.

In 1861 James was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Henry, Thomas and Jonathon. There was also a cousin Emma (Catherine's daughter) and cousin Richard (Amelia's son) living there. He was working as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 James was living at 11 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents, siblings Thomas and Jonathon and his cousin Richard. He was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Kezia Bradman (b 1848 in West Wickham) in Cambridgeshire in 1871.

In 1881 James and Kezia were living at Fenn Farm, Great Henny, Essex where James was employed as an agricultural labourer. Kezia's brother Ambrose, also an agricultural labourer, was also living with them.

In 1891 James and Kezia were living in the same house and James was a farm servant.

In 1901 James and Kezia were still living in the same house and James was a farm bailiff.


MARY ANN MYNOTT 17/09/1844-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Mary Ann was living in West Wickham with her parents and siblings John, Catherine, Thomas, Amelia, Jane and Jonathon.

In 1861 Mary Ann was employed as a nurse girl for the family of David Canwell at 9 Church Street, Horseheath.

In 1871 Mary Ann was employed as a cook for the family of William Purkiss (a farmer and land owner of 155 acres, employing 40 labourers and 12 boys) in Carnell Green, Horseheath.

Possibly married Charles Gymore (b abt 1851 in West Wratting Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1873 in west wratting. This entry is listed as Guymer Charles and Mary Ann Minet.

In 1881 Mary and Charles were livng at Wisemans Farm in west Wratting, where Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Charles died in Q 4 1890 in the Linton reg district.

In 1891 Mary was employed as a nurse sick in the home of John Wright at 5 St John's Terrace, St Clement, Cambridge.

Mary Ann then married Joseph Sanderson (b abt 1846 in West Wratting) in Q4 1895 in West Wratting.

In 1901 Mary Ann and Joseph were living at Manor Wells Cottages in West Wratting where Joseph was employed as a labourer on a farm. Living with them were Joseph's children Alice, Walter and James and a grandson named Bertie.


JONATHON OSBORN MYNOTT 18/05/1847-1928

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 23/05/1847.

In 1851 Jonathon was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings John, Catherine, Thomas, Amelia, Jane, and Maryann.

In 1861 Thomas was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Henry, Thomas and James. There was also a cousin Emma (Catherine's daughter) and cousin Richard (Amelia's son) living there.

In 1871 Thomas was living at 11 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents, siblings Thomas and James and his cousin Richard. He was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Mary Ann Flack (b 31/08/1843 in West Wickham) on 23/11/1872 in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Arthur Jabez 26/04/18743
Arthur 1874
Jennifer1876
Sidney1881
Adelaide1883
Harry 1886

In 1881 Jonathona and Mary were living at Yen Hall, West Wickham with their children Jabez, Jennifer and Sidney. Jonathon was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Jonathon and Mary were living in Yen Cottage in West Wickham with their children Arthur, Jeniffer, Sidney, Adelaide and Peter H. Jonathon was still in the same job.

In 1901 Jonathon and Mary were still living in the same house and Jonathon was employed as a horse ? on farm. Living with them were their children Arthur, Sidney, Adelaide and Harry; as well as widowed daughter Jennifer and her son Edward.

Jonathon died in 1928.


RICHARD MYNOTT 01/03/1850-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgshire.

Christened there on 26/03/1850.

Died in West Wickham the same year.


Children of John & Ann grandchildren of Thomas & Catherine, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


BETSEY MYNOTT 1836-1845

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/06/1836.

In 1841 Betsey was living in West Wickham with her parents, sister Mary Ann and step sister Sarah.

Died in West Wickhamin 1845.


MARY ANN MYNOTT 06/11/1839-1882

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 22/12/1839.

In 1841 Betsey was living in West Wickham with her parents, sister Mary Ann and step sister Sarah.

Mary Ann's mother died in West Wickham in 1847.

In 1851 Mary Ann was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her father, step mother, sister Frances and half sister Adelaide.

Had a child out of wedlock.

Her child:

Julia 1859

In 1861 Mary Ann was employed as a house servany by James Leonard (described as a gentleman) in his home in Ashdown, Essex. Is the the correct Mary Ann Mynott or is it the daughter of John Mynott and Prudence Barker?

Married Charles Taylor (b 1841 in Ashdon, Essex) in Q1 1862 in the Saffron Walden reg district of Essex.

Their child:

Edward 1862

I believe Charles died in Q3 1864 in the Saffron Waldon reg district.

Married James Ketteridge (b 1826 in Radwinter, Essex) in Q3 1866 in the Saffron Waldon reg district. It is transcribed as Kitteridge on the Free BMD.

Joseph 1867
Jane 1869
Adelaide1872
Henry1875

In 1871 James and Mary Ann were living at Kates Lane, Ashdown Essex, where James was employed as a bricklayer. Living with them were Mary Ann's children Julia and Edward (transcribed as daughter in law and son in law) and their children Joseph and Jane. There were also 2 sons named Charles and Mark and another daughter named Lizza who must have been James's children.

In 1881 James and Mary Ann were still living in the same home and James was now a journeyman bricklayer. Living in the house with them were the children Edward Taylor (still listed as son in law), Joseph, Jane, Adelaide and Harry.

Mary died in Q 2 1882 in the Saffron Walden reg district.

In 1891 James was still living in the same house with his children Joseph, Jane and Harry. James was still working as a bricklayer.

James died in 1891 in Ashdon, Essex.


FRANCES MYNOTT 10/05/1844-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 16/06/1844.

In 1851 Frances was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her father, step mother, sister Mary Ann and half sister Adelaide.

In 1861 Frances was employed as a servant at 32 St Andrews Street, Cambridge. This was the home of John A Lobley and his family. He was a grocer and tea dealer.

Her child:

Ellen 1864

Married Frederick Daniels (b 1844 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1867 in Balsham. Her surname has been transcribed as Meynott on Free BMD.

Their children:

Mary 1868
Elizabeth 1870
Alice1872
Emma1878
Rose1880

In 1871 Frances and Frederick were living at West Wickham Road in Balsham Cambridgeshire where Frederick was employed as an agricultural labourer. Living with them were Frances's daughter Ellen, their children Mary and Elizabeth and Sarah Mynott (Frances half sister). Sarah was an invalid.

In 1881 Frances and Frederick were living in Paston, Northamptonshire with their children Mary, Elizabeth. Alice, Emma and Rose. Frederick was still in the same line of work.

In 1891 Frances and Frederick were living at Garton and St Georges Terrace, Peterbourough, Northamptonshire where Frederick was employed as a bricklayers labourer. The children living with them were Ellen, Mary, Elizabeth, Alice, Emma, Rose and Martha. Martha, although listed as their daughter, was in fact the daughter of Ellen and therefore their grand daughter.

In 1901 Frances was living at 32 ? Terrace, High Street in Fletton, Huntingonshire with her daughter Rose and 2 boarders named Arthur Healey (sewerage labourer) and Arthur Brightly (bricklayers labourer). There is no mention of Frederick.

Children of John & Elizabeth grandchildren of Thomas & Catherine, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


ADELAIDE MYNOTT 25/11/1849-1865

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 06/01/1850.

In 1851 Adelaide was living in living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and half sisters Mary and Frances.

In 1861 Adelaide was living in the same house with her parents and sisters Sarah Ann, Elizabeth and Avis. There was also her cousin Julia living with them.

Died there in 1865.


SARAH ANN MYNOTT 09/08/1852-1907

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 05/09/1852.

In 1861 Sarah Ann was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and sisters Adelaide, Elizabeth and Avis.

In 1871 Sarah Ann was living at West Wickham Road in Balsham Cambridgeshire with her sister Frances, her husband Frederick and their family. Sarah Ann was listed as an invalid.

In 1881 Sarah Ann was living at 9 River Side, Wisbeach St Mary, Cambridgeshire with her sister Avis, husband Thomas and their family. She was again listed as an invalid (no employment).

Married William Peed (b 1845 in Leverington, Cambridgeshire) in Q 3 1890 in Wisbeach. Transcribed on Free BMD as Mynett.

Their child:

John Clark 1887

In 1891 Sarah and William were living at Main Road, Walsoken, Norfolk with their son John. William was employed as a labourer.

In 1901 Sarah and William were living at 11 Huskgate(?) Street, Walsoken with their son John. William was employed as a gardeners labourer.

Sarah died in in Wisbeach reg district in Q4 1907.


HENRY MYNOTT 1855-1855

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 22/05/1855.

Died there in 1855.


ELIZABETH MYNOTT 27/03/1856-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/06/1856.

In 1861 Elizabeth was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and sisters Adelaide, Sarah Ann and Avis. There was also her cousin Julia living with them.

In 1871 Elizabth was employed as a domestic servant in the household of William Tofts, a cabinet maker. They lived at 10 Peas Hill, St Edwards, cambridge.

Nothing else is currently known.


AVIS MYNOTT 1858-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Avis was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and sisters Adelaide, Sarah Ann and Elizabeth. There was also her cousin Julia living with them.

In 1871 Avis was living as a pauper inmate in the Linton Union Workhouse along with her father.

Married Thomas Stallon (b 1838 in Babraham, Cambridgeshire) on 06/10/1879. I cannot find this marriage, but there is a marriage on FreeBMD for a Thomas Stallon and Ada Mynott in the Holbeach reg district, Lincolnshire.

Their children:

John Hy 1879
Thomas 1880
Edward 1884
Mary1887
Mabel1892

In 1881 Ada and Thomas are living at 9 River Side, Wisbeach St Mary, with their children Martha, John T, John H and Thomas. Thomas was employed as an agricultural labourer. Also living with them is Sarah Ann Mynott, the invalid sister of Ada. This is why I think Ada and Avis are one and the same person. I also believe that Martha and John T were Thomas's children only.

In 1891 Ada and Thomas were living in Lane, Walsoken, Norfolk with their children Annie (? Martha as age and place of birth is correct), John, Thomas, Edward and Mary. Thomas was a farm labourer.

In 1901 Ada and Thomas were living at 5 Huskgate(?) Street, Walsoken with their children Edward, Grace (Mary) and Mabel. Also living with them was a boarde named James Laud. Thomas was a roadman labourer. They lived 6 doors down from Ada's sister Sarah Ann and her family.


Children of William & Fanny grandchildren of Sarah & William, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


CHARLES BOWERS 1836-1917

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire

Christened there on 19/06/1836.

In 1841 Charles was living in Horseheath with his parents and sister Mary Ann.

In 1851 Charles was living in Church Street, Horseheath with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, John, Susan and George. Charles was employed as a farm labourer.

Married Jane Ely (b 15/11/1837 in Cowlinge, Suffolk) on 12/10/1858 in Horseheath. The witnesses at their weddding were Richard Ely and Mary Ann Bowers

Their children:

Alice 1861
Jeffery 1864
Laura1866
Rosetta1869
William Swan1872
Ellen1874

In 1861 Charles and Jane were living at 10 Church, Horseheath with their baby daughter Alice. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 Charles and Jane were living at Brick Bridge, Horseheath where Charles was now working as a machine engine driver. The children living at home with them were Alice, Jeffrey, Laura and Rosennah (as she had been transcribed).

In 1881 Charles and Jane were living in Brick Bridge, Horseheath with their children Jeffrey, Rose, William and Ellen. Charles was employed as an engine driver.

I Think I have found the family in 1891, although it states Charles is a widow and I have only managed to find a death for Jane after 1891. Mmm! In 1891 Charles was living in a cottage in Horseheath with his children Alice and William. There was also a 9 year old boy there named Ely Bowers who is listed as Charles's son. Given his age, he is more likely to be the son of Alice. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Charles was lodging in Horseheath with John and Sarah Cracknell and he was employed as a domestic servant. The Cracknells occupation both listed pauper.

Charles died in 1917 in Linton Union Workhouse, Cambridgeshire and was buried in Horseheath on 30/05/1917.



MARY ANN BOWERS 1838-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 03/06/1838.

In 1841 Mary Ann was living in Horseheath with her parents and brother Charles.

In 1851 Mary Ann was living in Church Street, Horseheath with her parents and siblings Charles, John, Susan and George.

In 1861 Mary Ann was employed as a house servant at 2 London Road, Trumpington, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of Thomas Inkersole and his wife Elizabeth. Thomas was a spirit merchant.

Married Israel Utteradge (b 1838 in Trumpington, Cambridgeshire) in Horseheath in Q1 1863.

Their children:

Emily 1863
Alice 1866
William1871

In 1871 Mary Ann and Israel were living at Fen Road, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire with their children Emily, Alice and William. Israel was employed as a railway signal man.

I cannot find either Mary Ann or Israel after this year.


GEORGE BOWERS 1839-1840

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 13/10/1839.

Died there the following year and was buried on 23/12/1840.


JOHN BOWERS 1843-1893

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 06/08/1843.

In 1851 John was living in Church Street, Horseheath with his parents and siblings Charles, Mary Ann, John and George.

In 1861 John was living at 12 Church Street, Horseheath with his parents and siblings Susan and George. He was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Alice Hammond (b 1843 in Horseheath) in St Paul's, Cambridge in Q2 1868.

Their children:

Isabel 1868
Kate 1870

In 1871 John and Alice were living at 5 Caroline Court, St Andrews the Less, Cambridge with their daughters Isabel and baby Katie. John was employed as a railway servant.

In 1881 John and Alice were living at 33 Coronation Street, St Andrews the Less with their daughters Isabel and Kate. John was employed as a railway shunter (pointsman). Also living with them were 2 boarders by the names of Harry Caslake (railway servant) and Elias Ayres (gardener).

In 1891 John and Alice were living at 44 Russel Street with their daughters Isabel and Kate. They still had Elias Ayres lodging with them. Also there on the day of the census was a visitor, Charles Hammond (possibly one of Alice's realtions). John was working as a railway horse shunter. Elias was no longer employed as a gardener but was an engine driver in a mortar mill.

John died in Cambridge in 1893.

In 1901 Alice was living at 48 Russel Street with daughter Isabel and a boarder named Harry (gardener). Alice was a working housekeeper with her own account.


SUSAN BOWERS 1846-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 26/07/1846.

In 1851 Susan was living in Church Street, Horseheath with her parents and siblings Charles, Mary Ann, John and George.

In 1861 Susan was living at 12 Church Street, Horseheath with her parents and siblings John and George.

Married Henry Wiseman (b abt 1844 in Uppend, Sufolk) in Q2 1866 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Susan and Henry were living at Horseheath Park, Horseheath where Henry was employed as a shepherd.

Henry died in Horseheath in Q3 1876.

Susan then married John Charville Baker (b 1845 in Newmarket, Suffolk) in Q4 1877 in the Bethnal Green reg district, London.

John died in Q1 1880 in the Whitechapel reg district.

In 1881 Sarah was living at 17 Sandal Street, Werst Ham, Essex

Susan also married Ephrain Davis (b abt 1851 in Dudley, Staffordshire) in the Bethnal Green reg district in Q3 1883. SAusan was listed as Susan Charville.

In 1891 Susan and Ephrain were living at 9 Scipio Terrace, East Ham, Essex with their children Ethel and Thomas. Ephraim was employed as an engine driver.

Nothing else is currently known.


SAMSON GEORGE BOWERS 1849-1912

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 28/10/1849.

In 1851 George (as he was known) was living in Church Street, Horseheath with his parents and siblings Charles, Mary Ann, John and Susan.

In 1861 George was living at 12 Church Street, Horseheath with his parents and siblings John and Susan. He was employed as an 11 year old agricultural labourer.

In 1871 George was living with his widowed mother in in Church Road, Horseheath. He was still in the same job.

Married Eliza Clark (b 1863 in Cambridge) in the Cambridge reg district in Q4 1878. I believ Eliza must have been a widow with at least 4 girls, as shown on the 1881 census.

Their child:

Arthur 1886

In 1881 George and Eliza were living at 29 York Street, St Andrews the Less, Cambridge where George was employed as a brewers labourer. Living with them were Eliza's daughters Louisa, Emily, Alice and Julia.

In 1891 George and Eliza were still living in the same house with children Julia and Arthur. George was employed as a labourer in loco GER.

In 1901 George (or Samson as he was in this census) and Eliza were still livng, with their son Arthur in the same house. George was employed as a railway engine fitters assistant.

George died in Q2 1912 in the Linton reg district.


Children of Henry & Charlotte grandchildren of Sarah & William, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


ELIZA BOWERS 1832-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 12/05/1832.

I cannot find Eliza in either 1841 or 1851.

Her child:

Frederick 1854

Married James Hammond (b 1835 in Cavenham, Suffolk) in Q4 1858 in Ashley Cum Silvery, Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Elizabeth Mary 1859
Emily 1860
Joseph 1863
Walter1865
Matilda1867
Henry 1869
Lydia1873

In 1861 Eliza and James were living in Selvey Road, Ashley, Cambridgeshire with their daughters Elizabeth and Emily. James was employed as an agricultural labourer. Eliza's sister Elizabeth was visisting them that day.

In 1871 Eliza and James were living in Ashley, (no address given), with their children Joseph, Walter, Matilda and Henry. James was still an agricultural labourer. Their daughters Elizabeth and Emily appear to be in the home of Elizabeth Westley (a widow) but they have been transcribed as her daughters.

In 1881 Eliza and James were living at Heath Farm, Ashley where James was employed as an agricultural labourer. The children living with them were Joseph, Walter, Matilda, Henry and Lydia.

I believe Eliza may have died in the Newmarket reg district in Q2 1884.

In 1891 James was living at The Heath in Ashley with his children Elizabeth, Walter, Henry and Lydia. Also living there were his granddaughter Florence (Elizabeth's daughter, although for this census she was listed as James's daughter) and his mother Mary (Elizabeth) Westley. James was still working as an agricultural labourer.

Eliza and her family have been a real nightmare to trace on Ancestry, especially the daughter Elizabeth. It is a wonder I still have any hair left!!


HENRY BOWERS 1834-1907

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Henry was living in Heathe Street Horseheath with his parents and siblings Mary, William, Amelia, Betsey (Elizabeth?), Sarah and Jane.

Married Caroline Pettit (b 1837 in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire) on 06/06/1859 in the Horseheath. The witnesses at their wedding were James Hammond and Mary Ann Bowers (Henry's sister).

Their children:

George 1860
John 1863
James 1866
Elijah 1868
Henry1870
William 1873
Frederick1875
Sarah 1877

In 1861 Henry and Caroline were living at 8 High Street, Horseheath with their son George. Henry was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 Henry and Caroline were living in Horseheath village with their children George, John, James, Elijah and Henry. Henry was employed as a horsekeeper.

In 1881 Henry and Caroline were living at Lion End, Horseheath with their children George, John, James, Harry (Henry), William, Frederick and Sarah. Henry was an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Henry and Caroline were still living in Horseheath with their sons George and Frederick. Henry was listed as a pauper.

Henry died in the Linton reg district in Q1 1907.


MARY ANN BOWERS 1836-1914

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 03/06/1836.

In 1851 Mary was living in Heathe Street Horseheath with her parents and siblings, Henry, William, Amelia, Betsey (Elizabeth?), Sarah and Jane.

In 1861 Mary Ann was employed as an under housemaid in the home of William Bathscomb, in Horseheath. His employment says Rectar of Tharreatt(?).

Married Charles Wiseman (b abt. 1847 in Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1869 in the Linton reg district.

Their children:

Gertrude Louisa 1870
Henry William 1871
Walter 1873
Frederick1876
Sidney 1882

In 1871 Mary Ann and Charles were living in the High Street, Great Chesterford, Cambridgeshire with their daughter Louisa (Gerturde). Charles was employed as a shepherd.

In 1881 Mary Annand Charles were living in Grimble Hall, Great Chesteron with their children Gertrude, Henry, Walter and Frederick. Charles was working as a shepherd.

In 1891 Mary Ann and Charles were living at Letty Green, Hertingfordbury, Hertfordshire with their children Henry, Walter, Frederick and Sidney. Charles was employed as a shepherd.

In 1901 Mary Ann and Charles were still living at Letty Green with their son Henry. Charles was still working as a shepherd on a farm.

Mary Ann died in Q1 1914 in the Hertford reg district.

Mary Ann's marriage information and children are from Jennifer Lipscome's GU tree.


WILLIAM BOWERS 1838-1906

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 28/10/1838.

In 1851 William was living in Heathe Street Horseheath with his parents and siblings Henry, Mary, Amelia, Betsey (Elizabeth?), Sarah and Jane.

In 1861 William was living at 4 High Street, Horseheath with his parents and siblings Sarah and Jane. Also living there was his cousin Frederick (Eliza's son). William was employed as agricultural labourer.

Married Eliza Hammond (b 1843 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire) in Horseheath on 17/10/1863.

Their children:

Henry 1863
Alfred 1864
Herbert 1867
Mary Elizabeth1872
Albert1874
Arthur 1877
Dennis Walter1880
Helen 1888

In 1871 William and Eliza were living in Horseheath with their children Henry, Alfred, Herbert and Mary. William was still an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 William and Eliza were still living in Horseheath with their children Henry, Alfred, Herbert, Elizabeth (Mary), Alice, Edward, Arthur and Dennis. He was still in the same line of work.

In 1891 William and Eliza were living in a cottage in Horseheath with their children Edward and Arthur. Their daughter Elizabeth and her husband Alfred Petit were also living there. William was still employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 William and Eliza were still living in Horseheath with their son Edward. Their daughter Elizabeth and her family lived next door. William was still employed as an agricultural labourer.

William died in Q3 1906 in Horseheath.


AMELIA BOWERS 1841-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 06/06/1841.

In 1851 Amelia was living in Heathe Street Horseheath with her parents and siblings Henry, Mary, William, Betsey (Elizabeth?), Sarah and Jane.

In 1861 Amelia was employed as a house maid at the Farm House, Little Abingdon, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of farmer Benjamin Kent and his family.

Had a child out of wedlock.

Her child:

Charles 1865

I cannot find Amelia anywhere after this, although her son Charles can be found with his grand parents in 1871.

There is an Emliy Bowers, same birth details working as a housemaid at Horseheath Lodge, Horseheath. Could this possibly be her. Amelia and Emily spoken aloud are not too dissimilar.


ELIZABETH BOWERS 1844-1844

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 27/05/1844.

Died there the same year.


ELIZABETH BOWERS 1845-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/10/1845.

In 1851 Elizabeth was living in Heathe Street Horseheath with her parents and siblings, Henry, Mary, William, Amelia, Sarah and Jane.

In 1861 Elizabeth was a visitor in the home of her sister Eliza and her family in Selvey Road, Ashley, Cambridgeshire.

Nothing else is currently known.


SARAH BOWERS 1848-1872

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 30/01/1848.

In 1851 Sarah was living in Heathe Street Horseheath with her parents and siblings Henry, Mary, William, Amelia, Betsey (Elizabeth?) and Jane.

In 1861 Sarah was living at 4 High Street, Horseheath with her parents and siblings William and Jane and her nephew Frederick (Eliza's son).

In 1871 Sarah was still living in Horseheath with her parents and nephews Frederick, Charles (Amelia's son) and Frank (Jane's son Francis).

Died in Horseheath in 1872.


JANE BOWERS 06/06/1850-1910

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 06/06/18505.

In 1851 Jane was living in Heathe Street Horseheath with her parents and siblings Henry, Mary, William, Amelia, Betsey (Elizabeth?) and Sarah.

In 1861 Jane was living at 4 High Street, Horseheath with her parents, siblings William and Jane and her nephew Frederick (sister Eliza's son).

Her child:

Francis 1870

Married George Stinton (b 25/08/1845 in Horseheath) in Horseheath on 01/11/1873.

Their children:

Elizabeth Sarah 1875
Miriam 1877
Kate1879
George Vincent1881
Fanny1883
Constance Jessie1885
Ida1887
Henry1889
Stanley 1890
Alexander 1895

In 1881 Jane and George were living in Horseheath with their children Frank, Elizabeth, Marion and Kate. George was employed as a groom.

In 1891 Jane and George were living in the High Street, Balsham with their children Kate, George, Fanny, Constance, Ida, Henry and Stanley. George was employed as a groom (domestic).

In 1901 Jane and George were living in Fox End, Balsham with their children Kate, Vincent (George), Henry, Stanley and Alexander (transcribed as Alexandra). George was working as a groom for a stud farm.

George died in Cambridgeshire in 1906.

Jane died in Q1 1910 in the Linton reg district.


Child of Mary & John grandchild of Sarah & William, great grand child of James & Dinah, 2x great grand child of John & Mary


GEORGE POULTER 1839-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 26/05/1839.

In 1841 George was living with his parents in Horseheath.

In 1851 George was living with his parents in ? House in Horseheath.

In 1861 George was living with his parents at 29 Church Street, Horseheath. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Elizabeth Preston (b 1840 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) on 14/04/1865 in Horseheath.

Their children:

James 1866
Mary Ann Elizabeth 1868
Harriet1870
Edward1872
Frederick1874
Rosetta Kate1876
George 1878
Dennis Elijah1881
Agnes Jane1884
Walter John1887
In 1871 George and Elizabeth were living with their children James, Mary and Harriet in Church End, Horseheath. This was the home of George's father. George was still employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 George and Elizabeth were living at College Farm, Horseheath with their children James, Harriet, Edward, Frederick, Martha (Rosetta) and George. George was still in the same job. His father lived next door.

Elizabeth died in Horseheath in 1887.

in 1891 George was still living in Horseheath, next door to his father, with his children Harriet, Edward, Frederick, George and Dennis.

In 1901 George was still living in Horseheath with his children Harriet, George and Dennis. George was now a retired farm labourer.

George died in Horseheath in 1911.


Children of Sarah & William grandchildren of Sarah & William, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


CATHERINE ANN WADE 1845-????

Born in Hildersham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 04/01/1846.

In 1851 Catherine was living in Hildersham with her parents and siblings John and Selina.

In 1861 Catherine was employed as a servant (no description given) at 2 New Square, St Andrew the Great, Cambridge. This was the home of Edward Headley (agricltural impliment maker, employing 8 men and 1 boy) and his family.

In 1871 Catherine was employed as a housemaid in the High Street, Linton. This was the home of Edward Wilkinson (JP for Cambs and vicar) and his wife.

Married William H Camping (b 1845 in Haverhill, Suffolk) in the Linton reg district in Q2 1874.

Their children:

Arethusa Emily 1875
Elizabeth Julia 1877
William Thomas1879
Samuel Henry 04/04/1884

In 1881 Catherine and William were living in the High Street, Linton with their children Arethusa,Elizabeth and William. Also there that night was William's mother Phoebe Camping, a servant named Susannah Hill and an 85 year old visitor named William Clark. William was employed as a baker.

In 1891 Catherine and William were still living in the High Street with their children Arethusa, William and Samuel. William was still working as a baker.

In 1901 Catherine (written as Kate) and William were living in the High Street still with their sons William and Samuel. William was still working as a baker.


JOHN REED WADE 1847-????

Born in Hildersham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 02/05/1847.

In 1851 John was living in Hildersham with his parents and siblings Catherine and Selina.

In 1861 John was still living in Hildersham with his parents and siblings Selina, Read, Elizabeth and Emily. John was employed as an errand boy.

Married Jessie ? (born 1843 in St Pancras, Middlesex).

Their children:

William 1871
Frances Sarah 1876
William 1877
Juliet 1878
Jessie 1879
Emily Elizabeth 1881

In 1871 John and Jessie were living at 17 Freeling Street, Islington, London with their baby son William and John's brother Read. John was working as a stone mason.

In 1881 John and Jessie were living in Hamley Cottage, Upper Mitton, Worcestershire with their children Frances, William, Juliet and Jessie. John was still working as a stone mason.

In 1891 John and Jessie were living at 22 Bridge Street, Upper Minton with their children Frances, Juliet, Jessie and Emily. John was working as a monumental mason.

In 1901 John and Jessie were living at 24 High Street, Lower Minton with their children Frances, Juliet and Emily. John was working as a monumental mason.

Nothing else is currently known.


SELINA WADE 1849-????

Born in Hildersham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/04/1849.

In 1851 Selina was living in Hildersham with her parents and siblings Catherine and John.

In 1861 Selina was still living in Hildersham with her parents and siblings John, Read, Elizabeth and Emily.

In 1871 Selina was still living in Hildersham with her father, stepmother and sister Emily. Selina was described as an apprentice, but apprentice what I don't know.

Married Ranson Mayfield (b 1850 in Stickney, Lincolnshire) on 21/08/1880 in Kensington, London.

Their children:

Amy Kate 1882
Reginald Hanson 1887

In 1881 Selina and Ranson were living at 15 St Johns Wood Terrace, Marylebone, London. Selina was working as a dressmaker and Ranson was employed as a tailor.

In 1891 Selina and Ranson were living at 125 Presson Road,, Hampstead, London with their children Amy and Reginald. Ranson was employed as a tailor.

In 1901 Selina and Ranson were living at 188 Bravington Road, Paddington, London with their children Amy and Reginald. Ranson was employed as a tailor.

Nothing else is currently known.


READ WADE 1851-????

Born in Hildersham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 02/08/1851.

In 1861 Read was living in Hildersham with his parents and siblings John, Selina, Elizabeth and Emily.

In 1871 Read was living with his brother John and his family at 17 Freeling Street, Islington, London. Read was employed as a carman.

Married his cousin Sarah Haylock in the Kensington reg district in Q2 1874. Sarah was the daughter of Susannah Linsdell and James Haylock.

Their children:

Edith 1877
Ellen 1879
Bessie 1882
Mabel 1890
Lily 1892

In 1881 Read and Sarah were living at 28 Cornwall Mews, Kensington with their daughters Edith and Ellen. Read was employed as a coachman.

In 1891 Read and Sarah were living in Coachmans House, London Road, Trumpinton, Cambridgeshire with their children Edith, Ellen, Bessie and Mabel. Read was employed as a domestic coachman.

In 1901 Read and Sarah were still living in the same house with their children Mabel and Lily. Read was employed as a domestic coachman.


ELIZABETH WADE 1853-????

Born in Hildersham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 13/11/1853.

In 1861 Elizabeth was living in Hildersham with her parents and siblings John, Selina, Read and Emily.

In 1871 Elizabeth was employed as a needlework at 17 Pembridge Square, Kensington, London. This was the home of widower John H Gladstone (Ph D FRS scientific chemist) and his daughters.

Nothing else is currently known.


EMILY WADE 1855-????

Born in Hildersham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/11/1855.

In 1861 Emily was living in Hildersham with her parents and siblings John, Selina, Read and Elizabeth.

In 1871 Emily was still living in Hildersham with her father, stepmother and sister Selina.

In 1881 Emily was emplOyed as a nurse (SMS) at 5 Earls Court Gardens, Kensington. This was the home of widower Charlotte A Hearsay.

In 1891 Emily was employed as a dressmaker at 2 Belsize Grove, Hampstead, London. This was the home of

Possibly married Arthr Ernest Weber (b abt 1874 in Battersea, London) in Q3 1900 in the Linton reg district.

In 1901 Emily and Arthur were living at 135 Ashmere Road, Paddington,London. Arthur was employed as a carman.


Children of Elizabeth & Jeffrey grandchildren of Sarah & William, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


JANE ELY 1846-1911

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in there on 13/09/1846.

In 1851 Jane was a visitor at the Horseheath home of her grandmother Sarah Free and her cousin Mary Ann Free. Her employment (although she was only 4) was written as keeper's daughter.

In 1861 Jane was living in the Golden Lion in Wimblington, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings Alice, Frederick, Harriet, Israel, Edward and Mary. Also living there were her uncle Richard Ely (her father's brother) and a boarder named Richard Perry.

Married Thomas Pedley (b 1841 in Manea, Cambridgeshire) in Christchurch, Upwell, Cambridgeshire in Q 4 1867.

Their children:

Elizabeth 1867
Arthur 1869
Mary1871
Harriet1873
Frederick 1876
Thomas1878
Sarah Jane1881
Alice Maud1883
Ellen 1886
Albert Edward 1888
Israel1890

In 1871 Jane and Thomas were living at Raintree Farm, Holme, Huntingdonshire with their children Elizabeth and Arthur. Thomas was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Jane and Thomas were living in Mere Farm Cottage, Ramsey, Huntingdonshire with their children Elizabeth, Arthur, Mary, Harriet, Frederick, Thomas and Sarah. Thomas was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Jane and Thomas were living in Mere Side, Ramsey with their children Harriet, Frederick, Thomas, Sarah Jane, Alice, Ellen, Albert and Israel. Thomas was still employed as an agricultural labourer. There was also a boarder living there named John Lonton (agricultural labourer).

In 1901 Jane and Thomas were still living in Ramsey with their children Frederick, Sarah (transcribed as Jane), Ellen, Albert and Israel. There was also a grandson William (Sarah's son) living with them. Thomas was employed as a farmer.

Jane died in Ramsey in 1911.

Jane died in Ramsey 10 years later in 1921.


ALICE ELY 1848-1890

Born in Cowlinge, Suffolk.

Christened there on 07/05/1848.

In 1851 Alice was living in Stetchworth in Cambridgeshire with her parents and brother Frederick.

In 1861 Alice was living in the Golden Lion in Wimblington, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings Jane, Frederick, Harriet, Israel, Edward and Mary. Also living there were her uncle Richard Ely (her father's brother) and a boarder named Richard Perry.

Married Charles Henry Gowler (b 14/09/1840 in Ramsey, Huntingdonshire) in West Ham, London in 1868.

James 1869
Charles 1870
Alice 1872
Israel 1874
George 1877
Polly1879
Ellen 1881
Kate 1883
Harry1885
Jessie 1887

In 1871 Alice and Charles were living at 26 Francis Street,West Ham, Essex with their children James and Charles. Charles was employed as a labourer.

In 1881 Alice and Charles were living in Burrowmoor, March, Cambridgshire with their children Charles, Alice, Israel, George and Polly. Charles was employed as a farmer of 11 acres.

Alice died in Q4 1890 in the North Witchford reg district.

In 1891 Charles was still living at the same address with his children Alice, Polly, Ellen, Kate, Harry and Jessie. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Charles was living at Crops Drove, March with his children Harry, Ellen and Jessie. He was still employed as an agricultural labourer.

FREDERICK ELY 1850-????

Born in Stetchworth, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in Horseheath on 28/07/1850.

In 1851 Frederick was living in Stetchworth in Cambridgeshire with his parents and sister Alice.

In 1861 Frederick was living in the Golden Lion in Wimblington, Cambridgeshire with his parents and siblings Jane, Alice, Harriet, Israel, Edward and Mary. Also living there were his uncle Richard Ely (his father's brother) and a boarder named Richard Perry.

I cannot find Fredrick in 1871 although I did find a possiblity.

Married Margaret Geeson (b 1850 in Bluntisham, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1877 in the Leicester reg district.

Margaret Elizabeth 1877
Jane Louise 1878
Mary Ethel1880
Alice Naomi1882
Jeffery Frederick 1883
Ethel 1884
Emily Bowers 1885
Hugh 1887
Arthur Edward.1889

In 1881 Frederick and Margaret were living at 2 Cromwell Road, Peterborough, Northamptonshire with their children Margaret, Jane and Mary. I cannot work out Frederick's occupation.

In 1891 Frederick and Margaret were living in High Road, Upwell, Cambridgeshire with their children Margaret, Jane (transcribed as Louise Jane), Alice, Jeffery, Ethel, Emily, Hugh and Arthur. Frederick was employed as a coal, beer and manure agent. Quite a variety there.

In 1901 Frederick and Margaret were living in Main Street, Upwell with their children Margaret, Alice, Jeffery, Ethel, Emily, Hugh and Arthur. Frederick was still doing the same job.


HARRIET ELIZABETH ELY 1852-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 18/10/1857.

In 1861 Harriet was living in the Golden Lion in Wimblington, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings Jane, Alice, Frederick, Israel, Edward and Mary. Also living there were her uncle Richard Ely (her father's brother) and a boarder named Richard Perry.

In 1871 Harriet was still living in a public house in Wimblington with her parents and siblings Edward and Mary Ann. There was also a lodger named Elisha Bruce (railway porter).

Married William Anniss (b 1850 in Newton, Norfolk) in Q3 1871 in Doddington, Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Edward 1874
Alfred Ernest 1877
Ernest 1884
William 1889

In 1881 Harriet and William were living in West End, March,Cambridgeshire with their sons Edward and Albert. William was employed as a railway engine driver.

In 1891 Harriet and William were living at 32 North Street, Doncaster, Yorkshire with their sons Edward, Albert, Ernest and William. William was employed as an engine driver.

In 1901 Harriet and William were living at 187 Bentinck (?) Street, Doncaster with their sons Ernest and William. William was still driving trains.


ISRAEL ELY 03/03/1853-1894

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 10/10/1861.

In 1861 Israel was living in the Golden Lion in Wimblington, Cambridgeshire with his parents and siblings Jane, Alice, Frederick, Harriet, Edward and Mary. Also living there were his uncle Richard Ely (his father's brother) and a boarder named Richard Perry.

Married Eleanor Darby (b 1854 in Stratford, Essex) in the West Ham reg sistrict, Essex in Q3 1875.

Their children:

Eleanor Elizabeth Caroline 1876
Israel Thomas 1878
Charlotte Eliza 1880
Walter Darby1883
Jeffery1885
Richard Percy1893

In 1881 Israel and Eleanor were living at 93 Henniker Road, West Ham with their children Eleanor, Israel and Charlotte. Israel was employed as a railway engine driver.

In 1891 Israel and Eleanor were living at 90 Carr House Road, Doncaster, Yorkshire with their children Eleanor, Thomas (Israel), Charlotte, Walter and Jefferey. Israel was employed as an engine driver.

Israel died in Q3 1894 in the Lincoln reg district.

In 1901 Eleanor was living at 13 Station Road, Doncaster with her children Eleanor, Thomas, Jefferey and Richard. Eleanor was employed as a telephone operator, as was her daughter.


MARY ANN ELY 1857-1875

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 18/10/1857.

In 1861 Mary was living in the Golden Lion in Wimblington, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings Jane, Alice, Frederick, Harriet, Israel and Edward. Also living there were his uncle Richard Ely (his father's brother) and a boarder named Richard Perry.

In 1871 Mary Ann was still living in a public house in Wimblingotn with her parents and siblings Harriet and Edward. There was also a lodger named Elisha Bruce (railway porter).

Died in Cowlinge, Suffolk in 1875.


EDWARD FREDERICK ELY 09/06/1858-1928

Born in Stonea, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in Horseheath on 05/06/1859.

In 1861 Edward was living in the Golden Lion in Wimblington, Cambridgeshire with his parents and siblings Jane, Alice, Frederick, Harriet, Israel and Mary. Also living there were his uncle Richard Ely (his father's brother) and a boarder named Richard Perry.

In 1871 Edward was still living in a public house in Wimblingotn with his parents and siblings Harriet and Mary Ann. There was also a lodger named Elisha Bruce (railway porter).

In 1881 Edward was living in a public house in Stonea Road, Wimblington with his widowed mother and sister Mary Ann.

Married Sarah Ann Lavender (b 1857 in Weliney, Norfolk) on 30/10/1881 in March, Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Lily 1883
Edward 1885
Alice 1889
Daisy1891
Israel 1893
John 1896
William Lavendar1899

In 1891 Edward and Sarah were living at 80 Cromwell Street, Wanstead, Essex with their children Lily, Jeffery and Alice. There was also a boarder named Frederick Bridger living with them. Edward was employed as a wagon builder, as was the boarder.

In 1901 Edward and Sarah were living at 32 Chichester Street, Cann Hall, Essex with their children Lily, Edward, Alice, Daisy, Israel, John and William. Edward was strill employed as a wagon builder.

Edward died in 1928 in West Ham, London.


MARY ANN ELY 1860-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 13/10/1861.

In 1861 Mary was living in the Golden Lion in Wimblington, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings Jane, Alice, Frederick, Harriet, Israel and Edward. Also living there were her uncle Richard Ely (her father's brother) and a boarder named Richard Perry.

In 1871 Mary Ann was still living in a public house in Wimblingotn with her parents and siblings Harriet and Edward. There was also a lodger named Elisha Bruce (railway porter).

In 1881 Mary Ann was living in a public house in Stonea Road, Wimblington with her widowed mother and brother Edward.

Married John Francis (b 1854 in Bradfield, Essex) in Q2 1882 in the Wisbeach reg district.

Their children:

John 1882
George 1883
Charlotte 1886
Hugh1888
Florence1891
Margaret1894

In 1891 Mary Ann and John were living in Town Street, Upwell, Norfolk with their children John, George, Charlotte and Hugh. John was employed as a coal merchants foreman.

In 1901 Mary Ann and John were living in the same house with their children John, George, Charlotte, Hugh, Florence and Margaret. John was employed as a coal guard foreman.


JEFFREY ELY 1864-1968

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/10/1865.

Died in North Witchford reg district, Cambridgeshire in 1968.


Children of Dinah & George grandchildren of Henry & Sarah, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


MARY ANN ASHMAN 1832-1893

Born in Horseheath Cambridgeshire. According to her christening record, she was Dinah’s daughter only and the twin sister of James.

Christened in Horseheath on 08/07/1832.

In 1841 Mary Ann was living with her parents and siblings James, Henry and Susanna in Evergreen in the parish of Great Bradley, Suffolk.

In 1851 she was living in Cowlinge Vale Road, Cowlinge with her parents and siblings James, Henry, Susanna, Walter, John, Sarah, Harriet and baby William.

In 1861 Mary Ann was living with her parents and siblings Walter, Susanna, John, Harriet and William in Saxon Street, Wood Ditton. Also there was a child listed as grandson and named James Ashman. I do not know who his parent was.

In 1871 Mary Ann was still living in Saxon Street, Wood Ditton with her parents and siblings James and William. Still living there was the grandson James so I can only presume he was either Mary Ann's son or nephew (son of brother James).

In 1881 Mary Ann was still living in Saxon Street with her widowed mother and brothers James and William. Mary Ann was working as a charwoman.

In 1891 Mary Ann was living in the same place with her brothers James and William.

She never married.

Died in Q1 1893 in Saxon Street.


JAMES ASHMAN 1832-1896

Born in Horseheath and the twin brother of Mary Ann. His mother is named on the christening details but again no father.

He was christened 2 days later than Mary Ann – very strange.

In 1841 James was living with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, Henry and Susanna in Evergreen in the parish of Great Bradley, Suffolk.

In 1851 James was living with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, Henry, Susanna, Walter, John, Sarah, Harriet and baby William in Cowlinge Vale Road, Cowlinge. James was working as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 James was still living in Saxon Street, Wood Ditton with his parents and siblings Mary Ann and William. Also living there was a grandson James Ashman who had to either be James son or nephew (son of Mary Ann). James was working as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 James was still living in Saxon Street with his widowed mother and siblings Mary Ann and William. James was working in the fields.

In 1891 James was head of the house and still living in Saxon Street, quite probably in the same house. Living with him were his sister Mary Ann and brother William. Also in the house with him the day of the census was his nephew William.He was still working as an agricultural labourer.

Died in Q4 1896 in Wood Ditton.


HENRY ASHMAN 1835-1917

Born in Cowlinge, Suffolk.

Christened on 21/06/1835.

In 1841 Henry was living with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, James and Susanna in Evergreen in the parish of Great Bradley, Suffolk.

In 1851 Henry was living with his parents and sibllings Mary Ann, James, Susanna, Walter, John, Sarah, Harriet and baby William in Cowlinge Vale Road, Cowlinge. Henry was working as an agricultural labourer.

Married Mary Peachey, (b abt 1835 in Saxon Street, Wood Ditton) in Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire on 25/04/1857.

Their children:

James Henry 1859
Ellen 1862
George Arthur 1865

In 1861 Henry and Mary were living in Saxon Street, Wood Ditton with their son James. Henry was still working as an agricultural labourer. Also living in the house were 2 brothers Henry and John Starling who were lodgers. They also were agricultural labourers.

In 1871 Henry and Mary were still in the same house with their children James, Ellen and George. Henry was still employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Henry and Mary were still living in Saxon Street with their children Ellen and George. Henry was still working in the fields and Mary was working as a dressmaker, as was their daughter Ellen. Their son James and his son Walter JFH (possibly James Frederick Henry) Ashman were also there that day.

In 1891 Henry was a widower, Mary I believe, died in 1890. He was still working in the fields as was James (listed as Henry on this census). George was now working as a groom / coachman. The final member of the household was listed as Fred, a grandson. This may well be Walter JFH – The F being Frederick. This really needs sorting.

In 1901 Henry was still in the same place and still in the same line of work. He was sharing his house with his daughter Ellen, her husband and their children.

Henry died in the Newmarket reg district in Q2 1917


SUSANNA ASHMAN 1835-1912

Born in Cowlinge, Suffolk.

Christened on27/08/1837.

In 1841 she was living with her parents and siblings Mary Ann, James and Henry in Evergreen in the parish of Great Bradley, Suffolk.

In 1851 Susannah was living in Cowlinge Vale Road, Tile Homes, Cowlinge with her parents and siblings Mary Ann, James, Henry, Walter, John, Sarah, Harriet and baby William.

Married James Tweed, (b abt 1838 in Cheveley, Cambridgeshire) in Wood Ditton on 23/04/1859.

Their children:

Margaret Ashman 1859
Anna Maria 1860 (c) 26/07/1860
Susan 1862 (c) 28/04/1862
James Anthony 1864 (c) 16/10/1864
Joseph 1865 (c) 24/12/1865
Sarah Jane 1867(c) 17/04/1870
Mary 1869 (c) 17/04/1870
Jane 1871(c) 25/10/1871
Flora 1872(c) 29/12/1872
William 1874 (c) 13/09/1874
Minnie 1876 (c) 14/05/1876

In 1861 Susan and James were living in Cheveley Park, Cheveley, Cambridgeshire with their daughters Margaret and Anna. Also sharing the house was a lodger George Mason. Both him and James were agricultural labourers.

In 1871 Susan and James were living in The Park Cottage in Cheveley with their children Anna, Susan, James, Sarah and Mary. James was still employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Susan and James were living in The Park Yard, Cheveley Park with their children James, Mary, Jane, Flory, William and Minnie. James was still working on the land.

In 1891 Susan and James were living in Cheveley Park with their children Jane, William and Minnie. James was employed as a farm servant.

In 1898 James possibly died.

In 1901 Susan was living at Farmers Corner in Cheveley with her son William and his wife Ada.

Susan died in Q4 1912 in Cheveley.


JOHN ASHMAN 1840-02/09/1840

Born in Cowlinge, Suffolk.

Christened on 23/08/1840.

Another set of twins.

John died 10 days after his christening.


ANNE ASHMAN 1840-06/09/1840

Born in Cowlinge, Suffolk.

Christened on 23/08/1840.

Another set of twins, though not as lucky as the first pair.

Ann died 2 weeks after her christening.


WALTER GEORGE ASHMAN 1841-????

Born in Cowlinge, Suffolk.

Christened on 26/12/1841.

In 1851 Walter was living with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, James, Susanna, Walter, John, Sarah, Harriet and baby William in Cowlinge Vale Road, Tile Homes, Cowlinge.

In 1861 Walter was living in Saxon Street, Wood Ditton with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, Susanna, John, Sarah, Harriet and William. Walter was working as an agricultural labourer. Also in the house that night was a grandson named James Ashman who's parent I have yet to discover.

Married Sarah Stubbings (b 1844 in Saxon Street, Cambridgeshire) in Wood Ditton on 01/10/1864. Named on the IGI as George Walker Ashman.

In 1871 Walter and Sarah were living in Saxon Street, next door to his parents. He was still working as an agricultural labourer and in the house with them that night was Sarah’s nephew George Stubbings.

I have no further information on either of them, although Sarah may have died in 1895.


SARAH ANN ASHMAN 1845-1863

Born in Cowlinge, Suffolk.

In 1851 she was living with her parents and siblings Mary Ann, James, Henry, Susanna, Walter, John, Harriet and baby William. in Cowlinge Vale Road, Tile Homes, Cowlinge.

In 1861 she was living with her parents and siblings Mary Ann, Walter, Susanna, John, Harriet and William in Saxon Street, Wood Ditton. Also in the house that night was a grandson named James Ashman who's parent I have yet to discover.

Married John Subbings, (b 1840 in Wood Ditton) in Wood Ditton on 08/02/1862. He was an agricultural labourer.

Both Sarah and John died in Q3 1863, perhaps some sort of accident.


JOHN ASHMAN 1847-1890

Born in Cowlinge, Suffolk.

In 1851 John was living with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, James, Henry, Susanna, Walter, Sarah, Harriet and baby William. in Cowlinge Vale Road, Cowlinge.

In 1861 John was living in Saxon Street, Wood Ditton with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, Walter, Susanna, John, Harriet and William. John was working as an agricultural labourer. Also in the house that night was a grandson named James Ashman who's parent I have yet to discover.

Married Jane Stubbings, (b abt. 1849 in Newmarket, Cambridgeshire) on 15/06/1867 in Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Margaret 1862
William 1868
Sarah Louisa 1870
Walter George 1873
Phoebe 1875
John Charles 1877
Richard James 1879

In 1871 John and Jane were living in Saxon Street with their children Margaret, William and Sarah. John was still working in the fields.

In 1881 the family had moved from Suffolk up north to County Durham. John, Jane and the children William, Sarah, Walter, John and Richard were living in Hind House, Stranton, Co Durham. John was working as a hind on a farm.

Jane died in Q3 1881 in Hartlepool.

John possibly died in Q3 1890 in the Darlington reg district.


HARRIET ASHMAN 1849-1917

Born in Cowlinge, Suffolk.

In 1851 Harriet was living with her parents and siblings Mary Ann, James, Henry, Susanna, Walter, John, Sarah and baby William in Cowlinge Vale Road, Tile Homes, Cowlinge.

In 1861 Harriet was living with her parents and siblings Mary Ann, Walter, Susanna, John and William in Saxon Street, Wood Ditton.

Married Joseph Arber Clark, (b abt 1843 in Cheveley, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1865 in Cheveley.

Their children:

William 1864
Mary Ann 1868
Ellen Diana 1877

In 1871 Harriet and Joseph were living in a farm house on P & G Manners farm in Wood Ditton with their children William and Mary. Joseph as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Harriet and Joseph were living in 67 Rectory Road Cheveley, Cambridgeshire with their children William, Mary and Ellen. Joseph was now employed as an engine driver.

In 1891 Harriet and Joseph were living in Cheveley Street, Little Green, Cheveley with their daughter Ellen. Joseph was working as a labourer and Harriet a laundress.

In 1901 Harriet and Joseph were living in 11 Main Street Cheveley with their grandson George (son of Mary Ann). Joseph was working this time as a lawn mower engineer.

Joseph died in the Newmarket reg district in Q4 1905.

Harriet died in the Newmarket reg district in Q1 1917.


WILLIAM ASHMAN 1850-????

Born in Cowlinge, Suffolk.

In 1851 baby William was living in Cowlinge Vale Road, Tile Homes, Cowlinge with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, James, Henry, Susanna, Walter, John, Sarah and Harriet

In 1861 he was living with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, Walter, Susanna, John and Harriet in Saxon Street, Wood Ditton. Also living there was his nephew James (I don't know the parent).

In 1871 William was living in Saxon Street, Wood Ditton with his parents and siblings Mary Ann and James. William was working as an agricultural labourer. Also living there was his nephew James.

In 1881 William was still living in Saxon Street, Wood Ditton with his widowed mother and siblings Mary Ann and James.William was working as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 William was living in Saxon Street with his brother James and sister Mary Ann. He was working as a railway labourer. His year old son William was also living there.

Married Rosenna Brown, (b abt 1857 in Stretchworth) in Q4 1893 in Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1901 William and Roanna were living in Saxon Street, Wood Ditton with William's son William and a boarder named William Brown (possibly a relative of Rosenna). William was employed as a general labourer.


Children of Ann & Benjamin grandchildren of Henry & Sarah, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


WILLIAM COLE 1832-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

In 1841 William was living in Horseheath with his father and stepmother.

In 1861 William was a bombadier in the Royal Artillery, stationed in the barracks at Woolwich Dockyard, London.

I cannot find William in 1871.

Married Martha Ann Parker (b 1844 in Norfolk) in Q3 1872 in St George in the East reg district.

Their children:

Benjamin 1873
Charles 1876
Sarah1878
Alfred 1880
Louisa 1884

In 1881 William and Martha were living at 10 Richard Street, St George in the East, London with their children Benjamin, Charles and Sarah. William was employed as a labourer.

In 1891 William and Martha were living at 110 Nelson Street, Mile End Old Town, London with their children Benjamin, Charles, Sarah, Alfred and Louisa. There was also a nephew Charles Collins there. William was employed as a labourer.

In 1901 William and Martha were living at 110 Nelson Street, Mile End Old Town, London with their children Charles, Sarah, Alfred and Louisa. William was employed as a labourer.

HENRY COLE 1834-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Nothing else is currently known, although he may well have died before 1837, so no record. He wasn't with his parents and brother in 1841.


Child of Sarah grandchild of Henry & Sarah, great grand child of James & Dinah, 2x great grand child of John & Mary


THERESA MYNOTT 1833-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 23/06/1833.

In 1841 she was living at home in Horseheath with her grandparents and uncle Henry. I also have her living with her mother, stepfather and half siblings Charles and William. Did she nip between the 2 houses and get caught by the enumerator twice?

In 1851 Theresa (going by the surname Pearson) was living in Church End, Horseheath with her mother, stepfather and half siblings Charles, Henry, James and George.

Married Robert Noble (b 1828 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire in Q4 1853 in the Horseheath.

Their children:

Henry 1854
Theresa 1856
David 1859
Maria1863

In 1861 Theresa and Robert were living in the High Street, West Wratting with their children Henry, Theresa and David. Robert was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 Theresa and Robert were living in Heydon, Essex with their children Henry, Theresa, David and Maria. Robert was employed as an engine driver.

In 1881 Theresa and Robert were still living in the same place. Robert was still employed as an engine driver and Theresa was a laundress.

In 1891 Theresa and Robert were still living in the same place. Robert was still an engine driver. Their grandson Alfred Clark (Theresa's son) was living with them.

In 1901 Theresa and Robert were living in Fowlman Lane, Heydon with their grandson Alfred. Robert was now employed as a stockman on a farm.


Children of Sarah & Henry grandchildren of Henry & Sarah, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


CHARLES PEARSON 1837-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/10/1837.

In 1841 Charles was living in Horseheath with his parents, half sister Theresa and sibling William.

In 1851 Charles was living in Church End, Horseheath with his parents, half sister Theresa and siblings Henry, James and George.

In 1861 Charles was living in Wheelers Street, Horseheath with his parents and siblings Henry, James, George, Louisa and William. Charles was employed as an Agricultural labourer.

Married Maria Jeary (b 1837 in Newmarket, Cambridgeshire) in 1867 in Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Florence 1867
Clemence 1870
Elethea 1873
Charles 1876

In 1871 Charles and Maria were living at Burton End, Withersfield, Suffolk with their children Florence and Clemence. Charles was employed as a groom (domestic).

In 1881 Charles and Maria were living in Brinkley, Cambridgeshire with their children Florence, Clemence, Elethea and Charles. Charles was employed as a gromm (ND - non domestic?)

In 1891 Charles and Maria were still living in Brinkley with their children Clemence and Charles. Charles was employed as a coachman, domestic servant.

In 1901 Charles and Maria were living in Malting Yard, Brinkley where Charles was still working as a domestic coachman.

Charles possibly died in Q1 1914 in the Chesterton reg district, Cambridgeshire.


WILLIAM PEARSON 1840-1842

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 07/06/1840.

Died in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire in 1842.


HENRY PEARSON 1842-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 21/08/1842.

In 1851 Henry was living in Church End, Horseheath with his parents, half sister Theresa and siblings Charles, James and George.

In 1861 Henry was living in Wheelers Street, Horseheath with his parents and siblings Charles, James, George, Louisa and William. Henry was employed as an Agricultural labourer.

Married Emily Carlton (b 1843 in Horseheath) in 1867 in Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Henry and Emily were living at Horseeath park, Horseheath where Henry was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Henry and Emily were living in Birdbrook, Essex. Henry was still in the same line of work.

In 1891 Henry and Emily were still living in Birdbrook. Henry was employed as an engine driver. The day of the census they had a visitor by the name of Cornelia Pearson. She was Henry's niece (brother William's daughter).

In 1901 Henry and Emily were living in Bailey Cottage in Birdbrook. Henry was employed as an engine driver on a farm.


JAMES PEARSON 1845-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 James was living in Church End, Horseheath with his parents, half sister Theresa and siblings Charles,Henry and George.

In 1861 James was living in Wheelers Street, Horseheath with his parents and siblings Charles, Henry, George, Louisa and William. James was employed as an Agricultural labourer.

Married Harriet Cole (b 1846 in Horseheath) in 1865 in Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Elizabeth 1867
Jessie 1869
Annie 1872
Angelina 1875
Rosenna Gertrude F1880
Janet1883
In 1871 James and Harriet were living in Horseheath with their children Elizabeth and Jessie. Harriet's mother, Elizabeth was also living with them. James was employed as an Agricultural labourer.

In 1881 James and Harriet were still living in Horseheath with their children Jessie, Annie, Angelina and Rosenna (transcribed as Rosetta). James was now employed as an engine driver.

In 1891 James and Harriet were living in Little Abington, Cambridgeshire with their children Elizabeth, Jessie, Angelina and Janet. There were also grandchildren by the names of (Benjamin) Charles, (James) Henry and Rose Harriet Pearson living with them. James was now employed as a farm engine driver. I do not know who the parents of the grandchildren is/are.

Harriet died in Horseheath in Q1 1901, before the census took place.

In 1901 James was still living in the same place with his daughter Janet and granchildren Benjamin and Rose. I do not know who these belong to, but it's not Janet. James was still employed as an engine driver on a farm.


ANN PEARSON 1847-1849

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/01/1847.

Died in Horseheath 2 years later.


GEORGE PEARSON 1849-1894

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 23/09/1849.

In 1851 George was living in Church End, Horseheath with his parents, half sister Theresa and siblings Charles, Henry and James.

In 1861 George was living in Wheelers Street, Horseheath with his parents and siblings Charles, Henry, James, Louisa and William. George was employed as an Agricultural labourer.

In 1871 George was living in Village End, Horseheath with his parents and brother William. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Betsey Ferguson (b 1851 in Landbeach, Cambridgeshire) in 1874 in Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Bertram 1876
George Henry 1878
Ethel Annie1881
Frederick William 1884
Edith Annie1885

In 1881 George and Betsey were living in the High Street, Milton, Cambridgeshire with their children Clara (Betsey's daughter), Bertram, George and Ethel. Betsey's widowed father, Robert Ferguson also lived with them. George was employed as a platelayer to the G.E. railway.

In 1891 George and Betsey were living in Fell End, Milton with their children Clara, Bertram, George, Ethel, Frederick and Edith. George was now employed as a market gardener.

George died in Q2 1894 in the Chesterton reg district.

In 1901 Betsey was living in Fen Lane, Milton with her children Bertram, George, Ethel, Frederick and Edith.


LOUISA PEARSON 1851-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/12/1851.

In 1861 Louisa was living in Wheelers Street, Horseheath with her parents and siblings Charles, Henry, James, George and William.

Married John Preston (b 19/6/1846 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) in Cambridgeshire in 1868.

Their children:

George 1868
Mary 1871
Henry 1872
Hephzibah 1874
Ann 1877
Laura 1881
Janet1883
Reuben1885

In 1871 Louisa and John were living in West Wickham Street (it says Vicarage) in West Wickham with their son George. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Louisa and John were still living in West Wickham Street with their children George, Mary, Henry, Hephzibah and Ann. George was still employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Louisa and John were living in Brickyard, West Wickham with their children Laura, Janet and Reuben. George was still in the same line of work.

In 1901 Louisa and John were living in Common Road, West Wratting with their children Janet and Reuben and grand daughter Daisy. George was still employed as an agricultural labourer.

Louisa possibly died in the Newmarket reg district in Q1 1908.


WILLIAM PEARSON 1853-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 18/09//1853.

In 1861 William was living in Wheelers Street, Horseheath with his parents and siblings Charles, Henry, James, George and Louisa.

In 1871 William was living in Village End, Horseheath with his parents and brother George. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Ellen Taylor (b 1858 in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1877 in the Horseheath.

Their children:

Clementina 1877
Montague 1878
Alma1880
Cornelia 1881
Olive 1888
Maud1893
Hilda 1896

In 1881 William and Ellen were living in Horseheath with their children Montague, Clementine and Alma and with William's mother (Sarah Pearson). William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 William and Ellen were living in a cottage in Horseheath with their children Montague, Clementine, Alma, Cornelia and Olive. William was stil employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 William and Ellen were living in Bartlow End, Essex with their children Montague, Olive, Maud and Hilda. William was employed as a stockman on a farm.


JEREMIAH PEARSON 1856-1856

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Died in Horseheath that same year.


Children of Jane & Edward grandchildren of Dinah & Charles, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


WILLIAM FLACK 1834-1904

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 30/03/1834.

In 1841 William was living in the High Street in West Wickham with his parentrs and siblings Charles, Hannah and James.

In 1851 William was living in the High Street in West Wickham with his parentrs and siblings William, Charles, Hannah, James, Mary Ann, Edward and Adelaide.

Married Priscilla Lucas (b 1831 in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire) on 25/12/1858 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were James Bradman and Hannah Flack.

Their children:

Charles 1855
John 1859
Mary 1862

In 1861 William and Priscilla were living in the High Street, West Wickham with their sons Charles and John. William was employed as a labourer.

Priscilla died in 1868 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

William then married Deborah Rutland (b 1837 in Hempstead, Essex) on 24/07/1869 in St Andrews Church, Hempstead, Essex.

Their children:

Eliza 1870
Adelaide 1873
William 1876

In 1871 William and Deborah were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their children Charles, John, Mary Ann and Eliza. William was employed as an agricutlural labourer.

In 1881 William and Deborah were living in the same house with their children John, Eliza, Adelaide and William. William was still employed as an agricutlural labourer.

In 1891 William and Deborah were living in the same house with their son William and William's father Edward Flack. William was still in the same line of employment.

In 1901 William and Deborah were living in White Hall Cottage, West Wickham where William was still doing the same job. Living with them were their daughter Eliza and her husband Albert Hicks.

William died in 1904 in West Wickham and was buried there on 20/04/1904.

Deborah died in 1915 in West Wickham.


CHARLES BACKLER FLACK 1836-1917

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/06/1836.

In 1841 Charles was living in the High Street in West Wickham with his parents and siblings William, Hannah and James.

In 1851 Charles was living in the High Street in West Wickham with his parents and siblings William, Hannah, James, Mary Ann, Edward and Adelaide.

In 1861 Charles was lodging in Clay Hill Road, Horningsea, Cambridgeshire in the house of the Covill family. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Lucy Smith Levitt (b 1841 in Swaffham, Norfolk) on 09/11/1861 in Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire. The witnesses at their wedding were Abraham Levitt and Eliza Crack.

Their children:

Arthur 1862
Arthur 1864
Walter 1865
Charles 1867
Bertha 1870
Florence Elizabeth 1871
Anne 1872
William 1874
Emma1875
Adelaide1877
Alfred1878
Willie1882

In 1871 Charles and Lucy were living at 37 Fen End, Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire with their children Arthur, Walter and Charles. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Charles and Lucy were living in the same house with their children Walter, Charles, Florence, Anne, Emma and Adelaide. Charles was employed as a labourer.

In 1891 Charles and Lucy were still living in Fen End, Waterbeach with their children Emma, Adelaide and William. Charles was employed as a general labourer.

Lucy died in 1893 in Chesterton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1901 Charles was still living in Fen End with his children Florence, Emma, Willie and grand children William and Arthur. These were Florence's sons. Charles was employed as an ordinary jobbery(?) labourer.

Charles died in December 1917 in the Chesterton reg district, Cambridgeshire.


HANNAH FLACK 24/06/1838-1905

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 02/09/1838.

In 1841 Hannah was living in the High Street in West Wickham with her parents and siblings William, Charles and James.

In 1851 Hannah was living in the High Street in West Wickham with her parents and siblings William, Charles, James, Mary Ann, Edward and Adelaide.

In 1861 Hannah was employed as a cook at Pound Farm, Weston Colville, Suffolk. This was the home of Martin Slater (farmer of 27 acres who employed 12 men and 9 boys) and his family.

Married James Bradman (b 01/05/1838 in West Wickham) on 08/11/1862 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were James Flack and Ellen Bradford (her brother and his wife to be).

Their children:

Charles 1860
John 1863
Susan 1869
Emma Ruth 18/06/1879

This family surname changed between censi and official registrations between Bradman and Bradnam.

In 1871 Hannah and James were living in West Wickham Street with their children Charles, John and Susan. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Hannah and James were living in the same place with their children Charles and Susan. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Hannah and James were living in the same place and James was still doing the same job.

In 1901 Hannah and James were living near the White Hart inWest Wickham. James was employed as a horseman on a farm.

Hannah died in 1905 in West Wickham and was buried there on 02/03/1905

James died in West Wickham in 1913 and was buried there on 18/02/1913.


JAMES FLACK 21/12/1840-1906

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 20/06/1841.

In 1841 James was living in the High Street in West Wickham with his parents and siblings William, Charles and Hannah.

In 1851 James was living in the High Street in West Wickham with his parents and siblings William, Charles, Hannah, Mary Ann, Edward and Adelaide.

I cannot find James in 1861.

Married Eleanor Bradford (b 21/08/1841 in West Wickham) on 16/09/1865 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were John Flack and Sarah Shanks.

Their children:

James 1864
Jane 1867
Lizzie1868
Ellen 13/04/1871
John 1873

In 1871 James and Ellen were living in Streatley End, West Wickham with their children James, Jane and Lizzie. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 James and Ellen were still living in the same place with their children James, Jane, Lizzy, Ellen and John. James was employed as a shepherd.

in 1891 James and Ellen were still living in the same place with their son John and grandson Frank (Lizzie's illigitimate son). James was still employed as a shepherd.

James died in 1906 in West Wickham and was buried there on 17/07/1906.

Ellen died in West Wickham in 1919 and was buried there on 17/11/1919.


MARY ANN FLACK 31/08/1843-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/10/1843.

In 1851 Mary Ann was living in the High Street in West Wickham with her parents and siblings William, Charles, Hannah, James, Edward and Adelaide.

Married Jonathon Osborn Mynott (b 18/05/1847 in West Wickham) on 23/11/1872 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Charles Guymer and Mary Ann Minet. Jonathon was one of Mary Ann's cousin and the son of James Mynott and Mary Osborne.

Their children:

Arthur Jabez 26/04/1874
Arthur 1874
Jennifer1876
Sidney1881
Adelaide1883
Harry 1886

In 1881 Jonathona and Mary were living at Yen Hall, West Wickham with their children Jabez, Jennifer and Sidney. Jonathon was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Jonathon and Mary were living in Yen Cottage in West Wickham with their children Arthur, Jennifer, Sidney, Adelaide and Peter H. Jonathon was still in the same job.

In 1901 Jonathon and Mary were still living in the same house and Jonathon was employed as a horse ? on farm. Living with them were their children Arthur, Sidney, Adelaide and Harry; as well as widowed daughter Jennifer and her son Edward.

Jonathon died in 1928.


EDWARD FLACK 06/03/1845-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 03/05/1846.

In 1851 Edward was living in the High Street in West Wickham with his parents and siblings William, Charles, Hannah, James, Mary Ann and Adelaide.

In 1861 Edward and the rest of his family are a mystery, I have yet to find them, despite trying every variation I can think of.

Married Sophia Preston (b 23/10/1845 in West Wickham) in West Wickham on 27/01/1866. The witnesses at their wedding were John Bradenham and Ann Bradenham.

Their children:

Henry Charles 1866
Arthur 12/01/1867
Charles 30/01/1871
Edward 03/02/1873
Reuben 10/10/1874
George 1876
Morris 1879
Jane Elizabeth 1883
Holly 1887
Rose1888
Reginald William 1892

In 1871 Edward and Sophia were living at 15 West Wickham Street,West Wickham with their sons Arthur and Charles. Edward was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Edward and Sophia were living in the High Street, Milton, Cambridgeshire with their children Arthur, Edward, Reuben, George and Morris. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Edward and Sophia were living in Cambridge Road, Milton with their children Edward, Reuben, George, Morris, Jane, Holly and Rose. Edward was employed as a farm labourer.

In 1901 Edward and Sophia were living in the same place with their children Edward, George, Rose and Reginald. Edward was employed as a general agricultural labourer.

Nothing else is currently known.


ADELAIDE FLACK 16/10/1848-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 04/03/1849.

In 1851 Adelaide was living in the High Street in West Wickham with her parents and siblings William, Charles, Hannah, James, Mary Ann and Edward.

like the rest of the Flack family, Adelaide is missing in 1861.

In 1871 Adelaide was employed as a housemaid in the Preston household at 13 Marquis Road, Islington, London.

I cannot find Adelaide in 1881.

Married Harry Gibson (b 1855 in Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire) in Q3 1886 in the Kensington reg district, London.

Their children:

Eleanor Adelaide 1886

I cannot find the family in 1891.

In 1901 Adelaide and Harry were living at 13 Hampdon Street, Paddington, London with their daughter Eleanor. Harry was employed as a railway porter. Also residing in the hose were 2 boarders by the name of E. D. Evans (pedlar hawk) and Ernest Gibbs (butcher).

Nothing else is currently known.


ARTHUR FLACK 30/07/1851-1934

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 07/12/1851.

As with the other members of this family, I cannot find Arthur in 1861.

In 1871 Arthur was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and brothers Walter and Jarvis (Jabez). Arthur was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Mary Ann Woolard Osborn (b 02/04/1854 in West Wickham) on 21/03/1874 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Christopher Flack and Agnes Bradford.

Their children:

Martin 1874
Alethea Jane 1878
Nathan 1879
Priscilla Maud 1883
Rose Ella 1886
Harry 1887
Eleanor Grace 1890

In 1881 Arthur and Mary were living at Chalk Hall, Lakenheath with their children Martin, Alethea and Nathan. Arthur was employed as a farm labourer.

In 1891 Arthur and Mary were living at North End, Meldreth, Cambridgeshire with their children Martin, Nathan, Priscilla, Rose, Harry and Eleanor. Arthur was still employed as a farm labourer.

In 1901 Arthur and Mary were still living in the same place with there children Nathan and Harry and Eleanor. Arthur was employed as a ? labourer.

Mary died in 1921.

Arthur died in Cambridgeshire in 1934.


WALTER FLACK 25/02/1854-1897

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 20/06/1854.

In 1871 Walter was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and brothers Arthur and Jarvis (Jabez). Walter was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Hetty Bradford (b 09/04/1857 in West Wickham) in West Wickham on 21/12/1876. The witnesses at their wedding were Charles Lucas and Mary Ann Cutter.

Their children:

Laura Emma 21/09/1878 (c) 25/12/1878
Mary Janet 06/05/1881(c) 19/06/1881
Lydia Beatrice 15/12/1884 (c) 21/06/1885
Hubert Edward 1886
Harry 1889
Lily 1889
Cyril Walter08/02/1891(c) 02/09/1891
Alice Hetty 12/08/189(c) 04/02/1893

In 1881 Walter and Hetty were living in Streatley End, West Wickham with their daughter Laura. Walter was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Walter and Hetty were living in Bridge Cottage,Rye Street West, Bishps Stortford, Hertfordshire with their children Laura, Mary, Beatrice, Hubert, Harry, Lily and baby Cyril. Walter was employed as an agricultural stockman.

Walter died in 1897.

In 1901 Hetty was living at 1 Blenhem Villas, Clayton Road, Hook, Surrey with her children Hubert, Harry, Lily, Cyril and Alice. Hetty was working as a laundress. There were also 2 lodgers by the names of Thomas Goodwill (horseman) and William Turner (gardener).

Walter died in the Kingston reg district, Surrey in 1897.


JABEZ FLACK 1858-1945

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 14/08/1859.

In 1871 Jabez (transcribed as Jarvis) was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and brothers Arthur and Walter. Jabez was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Jabez was still living in the same place with his parents. He was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Emma Biggs (b 1861 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) in Linton in Q2 1883.

Their children:

Adelaide Elizabeth 1884 (c) 12/08/1883
Mabel Jane 12/12/1884(c) 08/05/1885
David Samuel 01/04/1886 (c) 20/06/1886
Florrie Mercy 1891

In 1891 Jabez and Emma were living in Balsham Road, Linton with their children Adelaide and David. Jabez was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Jabez and Emma were living in the High Street Balsham with their children David and Flora. Emma's mother, Elizabeth Biggs, was also living with them. Jabez was still employed as an agricultural labourer.

Emma died on 03/08/1937 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Jabez died 20/03/1945 in Cambridge.


CHARLES FLACK 1860-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Sarah & John grandchildren of Dinah & Charles, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


JAMES BACKLER FLACK 12/09/1844-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 12/09/1844.

In 1851 James was living in Streetley End, West Wickham with his parents and sisters Sarah and Ursula.

In 1861 James was still living in the same place with his parents and siblings Sarah, Ursula, John and Sarah.

Married Elizabeth Mary Gibbs (b 1848 in Stepney, London) in Q1 1870 in the Poplar reg district, London.

Their child:

Lizzie 1870

In 1871 James and Elizabeth were living at 32 Cobden Street, Bromley St Leonards, Kent with their daughter Lizzie. Also living with them were Elizabeth's father William Gibbs (lock labourer) and brother William Gibbs (carpenter). James was employed as a weaver.

In 1881 James and Elizabeth were living at 32 Grace Road, West Ham, Essex with their daughter Lizzie. James was employed as a power loom tenter.

In 1891 James and Elizabeth were living at 30 Roshen Road, West Ham with their daughter Lizzie. James was employed as a power loom tenter.

In 1901 James and Elizabeth were living at 9 Bryant Street, West Ham with their married daughter and her husband. James was still employed as a power loom tenter.

SARAH LOUISA FLACK 10/05/1847-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/06/1847.

Possibly known as Louisa.

In 1851 Sarah was living in Streetley End, West Wickham with her parents, siblings James and Ursula and grandfather John Flack.

In 1861 Louisa was still living in Streetley End with her parents and siblings James, Ursula, John and Sarah.

Married Edward Simkin (b 1845 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1867 in the West Wickham, under the name of Louisa Flack. The witnesses at their wedding were Richard Whiffen and Arthur ? Flack.

Their children:

Ernest 1867
Gertrude 1869
Gershom1870
Edward1871
John Flack 1874
Frank1875
William 1876
Maud 1877
Dennis 1880
Thomas 1883
Herbert 1885
Russell 1887
Wallis1888

In 1871 Louisa and Edward were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their children Gertrude and Gersham. Edward was employed as a blacksmith. Their eldest child, Ernest was with Louisa's parents on the day of the census.

In 1881 Louisa and Edward were still living in the same place with their children Ernest, Gertrude, Harry, Edward, John, Frank, William, Maude and Dennis. Edward was still employed as a blacksmith.

In 1891 Louisa and Edward were living in West Wickham with their children Gertrude, Henry, John, Frank, Maud, Dennis, Louisa, Thomas, Berty (Herbert) and Russell. Edward was still employed as a blacksmith.

In 1901 Louisa and Edward were living in the High Street, West Wickham with their children Henry, John, Maud, Louisa and Hebert. Their son Russell was visiting Louisa's parents that day. Edward was still doing the same job.

URSULA ELIZABETH FLACK 12/01/1851-1936

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 02/03/1851.

In 1851 Ursula was living in Streetley End, West Wickham with her parents and siblings James and Sarah.

In 1861 Ursula was still living in the same place with her parents and siblings James, Louisa, John and Sarah.

In 1871 Ursula was living in Hackney St John, London where she was employed as a domestic nurse. This was in the home of William Barker (an insurance broker) and his family.

Married David Palmer (b 1853 in Billericay, Essex) in Q2 1878 in the Bethnal Green reg district, London.

Their children:

John Samuel 1878
David Percy 1880
Ursula Mabel1882
Albert Oswald 1884
Ernest James 17/09/1886
Russell Montague 1889
Archibald Edgar 1895

In 1881 Ursula and David were living at 25 St Stephens Road, Bow, London, with their children John and David. David was employed as a ? warehouseman.

In 1891 Ursula and David were living at 46 Goodwin Road, West Ham, Essex with their children John, David, Ursula, Albert and Russel. There was also a boarder named Elizabeth Bartholomew and a domestic servant named Priscilla Raynor living in the house. David was still employed as a warehouseman.

In 1901 Ursula and David were living at 16 Cranmer Road, West Ham with their children John, David, Ursula, Albert, Ernest, Russel and Archibald. David's job is dificult to decipher due to the combination of bad writing and thick marks over the writing.Class: RG13; Piece: 1590; Folio: 71; Page: 29.)

Ursula died in Bow, London in 1930.


JOHN EDWARD FLACK 03/02/1857-??/02/1932

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 21/06/1857.

In 1861 John was living in Streetley End, West Wickham with his parents and siblings James, Louisa and Sarah.

In 1871 John was living in West Wickham with his parents and sister Sarah. His nephew Ernest Simkin (his siter Louisa's son) was also there that day. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

I cannot find John in 1881.

Married Isabella Staples (b 1860 in London) in Q3 1882 in the Holborn reg district, London. They did not marry before as Isabella was not 'of age'.

Their child:

Minnie 1879

In 1891 John and Isabella were living in Commercial Road, Whitechapel, London with their daughter Minnie. John was employed by M. R.Salvage Corps.

In 1901 John and Isabella were living in Upper Street, Islington London with their daughter Minnie. John was employed as a foreman at the London Salvage Corps.

John died in Horseheath in 1932 and was buried in West Wickham on 29/02/1932.


SARAH FLACK 1859-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire

In 1861 Sarah was living in Streetley End, West Wickham with her parents and siblings James, Louisa and John.

In 1871 Sarah was living in West Wickham with her parents and brother John. Her nephew Ernest Simkin (his siter Louisa's son) was also there that day.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Sophia & George grandchildren of Dinah & Charles, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


SARAH JACOBS 1843-1848

Born in Dullingham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/11/1843.

Died in 148 in Dullingham and was buried there on 23/05/1848.


DINAH (DIANA) JACOBS 1845-1909

Born in Dullingham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 04/05/1845.

In 1851 Dinah was living in the High Street in Balsham, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings William, Mary and George.

In 1861 Diana was still living in the same place with her parents and siblings William, Mary, George, Sophia, Isabella and 1 week old James.

Married David Howe (b 1843 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) in Balsham in Q3 1870.

Their children:

Elizabeth 1871
Arthur E 1873
Ellen 1875
Stanley 1884

In 1871 Diana and David were living in West Wratting Street, Balsham with their baby daughter Elizabeth. David was working as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Diana and David were living in the High Street, Balsham with their children Elizabeth, Arthur and Ellen. David was a parish sexton.

In 1891 Diana and David were still living in the High Street with their children Arthur and Stanley plus 2 boarders Walter Best (12 years old) and his brother Ernest (10 years old). David was now a parish clerk.

Dinah was the informant of her father's death in 1891.

In 1901 Diana and David were still living in the High Street with their children Arthur and Stanley and a boarder named Henry Smith (yard boy). David was employed as a farmer and Parish Clerk.

Diana died in Balsham in Q4 1909, aged 64 years.

David died in Balsham in 1919, aged 75 years.


WILLIAM JACOBS 1847-1925

Born in Dullingham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 28/02/1847.

In 1851 William was living in the High Street in Balsham, Cambridgeshire with his parents and siblings Dinah Mary, and George.

In 1861 William was still living in the same place with his parents and siblings Dinah, Mary, George, Sophia, Isabella and 1 week old James. William was following in his father's footsteps and working as a hurdle maker (making wattle fencing).

Married Betsy Crick (b 1844 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) in Q1 1868 in the Balsham reg district. Betsy was his cousin and the daughter of James Crick and Sarah Pollard.

Their children:

James 1870 (c) 18/08/1870
Sarah Ann 1871 (c)12/11/1871
Alice 1873 (c)06/07/1873
Albert 1874 (c) 05/07/1874
Alice1878
John 1881

In 1871 William and Betsy were living in Old Farm Road, Balsham, Cambridgeshire with their son James. William was still employed as a hurdle maker.

In 1881 William and Betsy were living by the Chapel in Great Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire with their children James, Sarah, Albert, Alice and John. William was employed as an agricultural worker.

Betsy died in 1883 in Cambridgeshire.

William then married Elizabeth Clayden (b 1864 in Debden, Essex) in Q2 1888 in Saffron Walden, Essex.

Their children:

George William 1889
Henry Charles 1894
Susan Emily 1895
Mary 1898

In 1891 William and Elizabeth were living in the High Street, Saffron Walden, Essex with William's son James and their son George. William was working as a hurdle maker.

In 1901 William and Elizabeth were living in Thaxted Road, Wimbish, Essex with their children George, Henry, Susan and Mary. William was still employed as a hurdle maker.

William died in Q3 1925 in the Saffron Walden reg district.


MARY JACOBS 1849-????

Born in Dullingham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/07/1849.

In 1851 Mary was living in the High Street in Balsham, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings Dinah,William and George.

In 1861 Mary was living in the High Street, Balsham with her parents and siblings Dinah, William, George, Sophia, Isabella and 1 week old James.

Christened in Cambridgeshire on 01/07/1849.

Married Albert Edward Farnham (b 1845 in Stapleford, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1867 in Stapleford. Albert was employed as a railway plate layer.

Their children:

William 1868
Albert 1876
James1878
Elizabeth1881
Charles 1883
Isabel J 1889
Mary1891

In 1871 Mary and Edward were living in a cottage in Stapleford with their son William. Edward was employed as a labourer.

In 1881 Mary and Edward were still living in Stapleford with their children William, Albert and James. Edward was employed as a farm labourer.

In 1891 Mary and Albert were living in a cottage in Bar Lane, Stapleford with their children Albert, James, Elizabeth, Charles and Isabel.

In 1901 Mary and Albert were still living in the same place with their children Charles, E. Isabell and Mary. Albert was still employed as a plate layer on the railway.


GEORGE JACOBS 1852-1943

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 14/05/1852.

In 1851 George was living in the High Street in Balsham, Cambridgeshire with his parents and siblings Dinah and William.

In 1861 George was still living in the same place with his parents and siblings Dinah, William, Mary, Sophia, Isabella and 1 week old James.

In 1871 George was living in West Wratting Road, Balsham with his parents and siblings Isabella and James. George was following in his father's footsteps by working as a hurdle maker.

Married Elizabeth Waters (b 1851 in Mepal, Cambridgeshire) in Balsham in Q4 1874.

Their children:

John William 1875
George 1876
Ernest 1878
Fanny 1880
Emily1882
Naomi 1883
Charles Waters 1885
Octavia Georgina 1887
Albert 1889
Elizabeth1891

In 1881 George and Elizabeth were living in the High Street, Balsham with their children John, Ernest and Fanny. George was still employed as a hurdle maker.

In 1891 George and Elizabeth were living in the West Wickham Road, Balsham with their children George, Ernest, Fanny, Emily,Naomi, Charles, Octavia, Albert and baby Elizabeth. George was employed as a hurdle maker.

Elizabeth died in Balsham in Q1 1892.

George then married Emily Starling (b 1852 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1898 in the Balsham. Emily was a widow.

In 1901 George and Emily were living in West Wratting Road, Balsham with George's son Albert and Emily's daughters Marjorie, Ethel and Kate Starling. George was still doing the same job.

George died in Balsham in 1943 and was buried in the same grave as Elizabeth, his first wife.


LIZZIE SOPHIA JACOBS 1855-1901

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 10/09/1852.

In 1861 Sophia (as she was known in this census) was living in the High Street in Balsham with her parents and siblings Dinah, William, Mary, George, Isabella and 1 week old James.

In 1871 Lizzie (listed on the census as S) was working as a servant at Stapleford Hall, Stapleford. She worked for Jonathon Smith (farmer off 7 acres employing 1 man) and his family.

In 1881 Lizzie was employed as a domestic housemaid at 5 Wilton Street, St George, Belgrave, London. She was employed by Miss Elizabeth F. Wells.

In 1891 Lizzie was a visitor at the home of her sister Isabella and her family in London Road, Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire. Lizzie was employed as a domestic cook.

Married Walter Asplin in Q4 1900 in the North Witchford reg district of Cambridgeshire.

In 1901 Lizzie and Walter were living in Nene Parade (the Nene is a river that runs through parts of Cambridgeshire) in March. Walter was employed as a railway engine cleaner

Died in Balsham in 1901 and buried in a marked grave with her father George.


ISABELLA JACOBS 1857-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 12/04/1857.

In 1861 Isabella was living in the High Street in Balsham with her parents and siblings Dinah, William, Mary, George, Sophia and 1 week old James.

In 1871 Isabella was living in West Wratting Road, Balsham with her parents and siblings George and James. Isabella was working as a field weeder.

Married Alfred Bright (b 1847 in Sawston, Cambridgeshire) in Q1 1881 in the Balsham. Married using the name Isabel.

in 1881 Isabel and Alfred were living in a cottage in London Road, Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire. There was also a 12 year old son named Richard, who must have been Albert's as Isabel was not old enough to have a child that age. Alfred was employed as a railway plate layer.

In 1891 Isabel and Alfred were living in the same house with Alfred's son William. Alfred was employed as a miller's carter. Isabel's sister Lizzie was a visitor there that day.

In 1901 Isabel and Alfred were living in ? Lane, Great Shelford. Alfred was employed as a miller's carter flour.

Alfred died in Q3 1903 in the Chesterton reg district.


JAMES JACOBS 1861-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 James was only one week old and living in the High Street, Balsham with his parents and siblings Dinah, William, Mary, George, Sophia and Isabella

In 1871 James was living in West Wratting Road, Balsham with his parents and siblings George and Isabella. James was working as a hurdle maker's assistant - possibly helping his father.

I cannot find James in 1881.

Married Susan Chapman (b 1864 in Stretham, Cambridgeshire) in the Ely reg district in Q1 1883.

Their children:

Herbert 1886
Percy 1888
Dora 1891
Myrtle1893

In 1891 James and Susan were living in Saw Street, Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire with their children Herbert, Percy and Dora (known in this census as infant). James was employed as a hurdle maker.

Susan died in Cambridgeshire in 1896.

James then married Alice Sarah McNeille (b 1861 in Brighton, East Sussex) in Q4 1896 in the Chesterton reg district.

In 1901 James and Alice (transcribed as Jackson) were living in Sun Street, waterbeach with their children Herbert, Percy, Dora and Myrtle. James was employed as a hurdle maker and he had his own account.


ARTHUR CHARLES JACOBS 29/12/1864-1936

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened ther on 22/01/1864

Known as Charles.

In 1871 Charles was living in West Wratting Road, Balsham with his parents and siblings George, Isabella and James .

In 1881 Charles was still living in West Wratting Road with his parents. Like his father, Charles was employed as a charcoal burner.

Married Adelaide Arch (b 1866 in Balsham) in Q1 1887 in Balsham.

Their children:

Charles 1887
Stewart Arch 1890

Adelaide died in childbirth in September 1890 in Balsham.

In 1891 Charles was living in West Wratting Road in the home of his parents. His son Rowland C (Charles?) was living with him. Charles was employed as a carrier.

Arthur then married Eliza Brown (b 14/12/1864 in Balsham) on 06/02/1895 in Balsham.

Their children:

Hilda May 1895
Sidney Arthur 1897
Barbara 1898
Kate Elizabeth1899
Herbert Charles1900
Dorothy Ida1902
Bertie 1904
Charles 1905

In 1901 Arthur (as he was known in this census) and Eliza were living in the Horse Shoe Inn, Helions Bumpstead, Essex with their children Stewart, Hilda, Sidney, Barbara, Kate and Herbert. His neice Octavia Jacobs ( George's daughter) was also there that day. Arthur was employed as a publican and hurdle maker.

Arthur died in 1936 in Helions Bumpstead, Essex and was buried there on 21/06/1936, aged 68.

Eliza took over the running of the pu, as the licencee. Her son Herbert and his family joined him.

Eliza sied in Helions Bumpstead in 1948.


Children of Mary Ann & Thomas grandchildren of Dinah & William, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


WILLIAM ARTHUR BRADFORD 01/12/1850-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 02/03/1851.

In 1851 William as living in Streetley End, West Wickham with his parents. His grandmother Judith Bradford was also living with them.

In 1861 William was still living in Streetley End with his parents and siblings Agnes, Dinah, Emma and Alice.

In 1871 William was still living in Streetley End with his parents and siblings Emma, Alice, Ann, Frederick and Bennet. William was employed as a labourer.

Married Mary Cook (b 1843 in Greatford, Lincolnshire) in Q1 1874 in Cambridge.

Their children:

Eliza Jane 1872
Mary Ann 1873
Florence Mary1878
Sarah Leaguer K1888

In 1881 William and Mary were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their children Lizzie, Mary Ann and Florence. There was also a 70 year old lodger named Hetty Hartgrave living there. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 William and Mary were living at 15 Church Street, St Andrews the Less, Cambridgeshire with their daughters Florence and Kate (Sarah?). William was employed as a groom. Mary was employed as a college bedmaker.

In 1901 William and Mary were living at 60 Sidney Street, St Andrews the Great, Cambridge with their children Mary Ann, Florence and Sarah and grand daughter Joyce Mason (Eliza's daughter). William was still employed as a groom and Mary was employed as a lodging house keeper.

Nothing else is currently known.


AGNES BRADFORD 25/01/1853-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/05/1853.

In 1861 Agnes was still living in Streetley End with her parents and siblings William, Dinah, Emma and Alice.

In 1871 Agnes was employed as a housemaid in the home of William Turpin (farmer 370 acres employing 9 men, 6 boys and 5 growers). She was living in ? House, Moulton, Suffolk.

Married Christopher Flack (b 27/08/1854 in West Wickham) on 28/10/1876 in West Wickham. Christopher was a cousin of Agnes.

Their children:

Bennet 1877 (c) 13/05/1877
Owen 1879 (c) 15/06/1879
Mary Ann Laura 1881 (c) 15/01/1882
Frederick Percy 1883(c) 20/01/1884
Florence 1885 (c) 13/09/1885
Hubert 09/04/1887 (c) 05/05/1887
Agnes 1889 (c) 18/04/1889
Christopher 08/03/1891 (c) 19/04/1891
Harry 24/03/1892 (c) 29/05/1892
May 31/05/1893 (c) 23/07/1893

In 1881 Agnes and Christopher were living in Granhams Road, Great Shelford with their children Bennet and Owen. Christopher was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Agnes and Christopher were still living in Great Shelford with their children Bennet, Owen, Mary, Percy (Frederick), Florence, Hubert, Agnes and baby Christopher. Christopher is employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Agnes and Christopher were living in the High Street, Great Shelford with their children Bennet, Owen, Florence, Percy, Hubert (Herbert), Agnes, Christopher and May. Christopher was employed as a general agricultural labourer.

Christopher died in Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire in 1925.

Agnes died in Shelford, Cambridgeshire in 1927.


DINAH BRADFORD 11/03/1855-1865

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 17/06/1855.

In 1861 Dinah was living in Streetley End with her parents and siblings William, Agnes, Emma and Alice.

Died there in 1865.


EMMA BRADFORD 1858-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 20/06/1855.

In 1861 Emma was living in Streetley End with her parents and siblings William, Agnes, Dinah and Alice.

In 1871 Emma was still living in Streetley End with her parents and siblings William, Alice, Ann, Frederick and Bennet.

In 1881 Emma was still living in Streetley End with her widowed father and brothers Frederick and Bennet. Emma was employed as a housekeeper. I don't know if she was housekeeper for her father or somebody else.

Married John Cowling in Q3 1885 in West Wickham.

John died in Q3 1887 in the Linton reg district.

In 1891 Emma was living in the High Street, Linton. Her brother Bennet was living with her. Emma was employed as a licened victualler.

In 1901 Emma was living in the same place. Her niece Kate Stimpson (sister Alice's daughter) was living with her.Emma was employed as a licened victualler.


ALICE BRADFORD 1860-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 31/03/1861.

In 1861 Alice was living in Streetley End with her parents and siblings William, Agnes, Dinah and Emma.

In 1871 Alice was still living in Streetley End with her parents and siblings William, Emma, Ann, Frederick and Bennet.

Married Alfred Stimpson (b 1858 in Great Chesterford, Essex) in Q4 1879 in the Saffron Walden reg district, Essex.

Their children:

Kate 1879
Edith 1881
Beatrice1883
Harry 1885

In 1881 Alice and Alfred were living at 4 High Street, Great Chesterford, Essex with their daughter Kate. Alfred was employed as a general labourer.

In 1891 Alice and Alfred were living in Park Road (Park Gate), Great Chesterford with their children Kate, Edith, Beatrice and Harry. Alfred was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Alice and Alfred were still living in Park Road with their son Harry. Alfred was employed as a horsekeeper on a farm.


ANN BRADFORD 1863-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 22/03//1863.

In 1871 Ann was living in Streetley End with her parents and siblings William, Emma, Alice, Frederick and Bennet.

Nothing else is currently known.


DAVID FREDERICK BRADFORD 1865-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 06/10/1865.

Known as Frederick.

In 1871 Frederick was living in Streetley End with his parents and siblings William, Emma, Alice, Ann and Bennet.

In 1881 Frederick was still living in the same place with his widowed father and siblings Emma and Bennet. Frederick was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Frederick was still living with his father in Streetley End. Frederick was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Lucy Stinton (b 1870 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1894 in the Horseheath. The banns were read in Linton.

Their children:

Ivy 1894
Thomas Frederick 1895
John William 1897
Charles 1898
Jessie1900
George Albert1907

In 1901 Frederick and Lucy were living at Greenditch Farm, Linton with their children Ivy, Thomas, John, Charles and Jessie. Frederick was employed as a horsekeeper on a farm.

BENNETT BRADFORD 1869-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 18/07/1869.

In 1871 Bennet was living in Streetley End with his parents and siblings William, Emma, Alice, Ann and Frederick.

In 1881 Bennet was still living in the same place with his widowed father and siblings Emma and Frederick. Frederick was employed as a domestic servant - kitchen boy.

In 1891 Bennet was living in the High Street, Linton with his sister Emma. Bennet was employed as a brewers labourer.

Married Verena Mansfield (b 1872 in Linton, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1897 in Linton.

Their child:

Bertha 1898

In 1901 Bennet and Verena were living at 33 Eden Street , St Andrews the Less, Cambridge with their daughter Bertha. Bennet was employed as a poulteres (?) assistant.


Children of John & Prudence grandchildren of John & Ann, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


JAMES MYNOTT 1835-1915

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 17/04/1835.

In 1841 James was living in Cuten End, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Charles and Mary.

In 1851 James was living in Brick Kiln, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Charles, Mary, Sarah, William, John and Prudence (transcribed as Rodger, a daughter). James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1861 James was living in the same place with his parents and siblings James, Prudence, Harriet, William, John and Alice. There was also his nephew Walter (Charles's son) there that day. James was employed as a labourer.

In 1871 James was still living in the same place with his parents and siblings Rhoda (Prudence), Sarah and Alice. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 James was still living in the same place with his widowed mother. His sister Mary Ann was also there that day. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 James was still living in the same place with his mother. James was still employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 James was living in the Linton Union workhouse. He was employed as a general labourer.

Died in 1915 in the Union Workhouse, Linton, Cambridgeshire.


CHARLES BARKER MYNOTT 05/02/1837-26/08/1924

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 02/04/1837.

In 1841 Charles was living in Cuten End, West Wickham with his parents and siblings James and Mary.

In 1851 Charles was living in Brick Kiln, West Wickham with his parents and siblings James, Mary, Sarah, William, John and Prudence (transcribed as Rodger, a daughter).

Married Elizabeth Webb (b 1830) on 07/11/1857 in West Wickham.

Their child:

John Walter 1858

Elizabeth died in 1859 in Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Charles was employed as a groom at Brickyard Hall. This was the home of Goddard Johnson (farmer of 378 acres, employing 8 men and 4 boys). This home was only a few doors down from the home of Charles parents.

Charles then married Sarah Elizabeth Howlett (b 24/06/1839 in Newmarket, Suffolk) in West Wickham on 07/03/1868.

Their children:

George 1868
William 1870
Charles Howlett 1872
Elizabeth 1874
John 1877
Arthur 1879

In 1871 Charles and Sarah were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their children Walter, George and William. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer. Charles's mother lived a few doors away.

In 1881 Charles and Sarah were still living in West Wickham Street with their children George, William, Charles, Elizabeth, John and Arthur. Charles was still employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1882 Charles and his family moved to Great Yeldham, Essex to take up the running of Weybridge Farm. This farm was owned by Sir Andrew Goodchild.

In 1891 Charles and Sarah were living in Weybridge Farm, Great Yeldham, Essex with their children Charles, John and Arthur. Also living there was Charles's niece Jane Mynott. Charles was working as a farmer.

In 1901 Charles and Sarah were living in the same place with their children Elizabeth, John and Arthur. Charles was still a farmer.

Sarah died in 1919 in Weybridge Farm, Great Yeldham, Essex.

On 22/05/1920 Charles recieved a legacy of £200 from his brother William, together with the cancellation of any debt due by him on his death.

Charles died on 26/08/1924 in Great Yeldham, Essex.


WILIAM MYNOTT 24/05/1839-29/03/1839

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 27/05/1839.

William died in West Wickham just 2 days after he was christened, aged just 5 days.


MARY ANN MYNOTT 01/12/1840-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 17/07/1841.

In 1841 Mary was living in Cuten End, West Wickham with her parents and brothers James and Charles.

In 1851 Mary was living in Brick Kiln, West Wickham with her parents and siblings James, Charles, Sarah, William, John and Prudence (transcribed as Rodger, a daughter).

In 1861 Mary Ann was working as a house servant in Clays, Ashdon, Essex. This was the home of James Leonard (gentleman). Is this the correct Mary Ann Mynott, or is is Mary Ann daughter of John Mynott and Ann Page?

Married George Theobalds (b 1851 in Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire) in Royston, Cambridgeshire in Q3 1870.

In 1881 Mary Ann was at the home of her mother at Brick Yard, West Wickham. Her brother James was living there with their mother. George was living in Church Street, Steeple Morden where he was employed as a carpenter.

In 1891 Mary Ann and George were living in the High Street, Hauxton. Also there that day was Mary Ann's nephew George Walter Mynott (John and Elizabeth's son Walter). George was still working as a carpenter.

In 1901 Mary Ann and George were still living in the same place and George was still doing the same job.


SARAH MYNOTT 29/08/1843-1910

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/10/1843.

In 1851 Sarah was living in Brick Kiln, West Wickham with her parents and siblings James, Charles, Mary, William, John and Prudence (transcribed as Rodger, a daughter).

I cannot find Sarah in 1861.

In 1871 Sarah was living in Brick Kiln, West Wickham with her parents and siblings James, Prudence (listed as Rhoda) and Alice.

Married John Nortrop Neaves (b 1843 in Barton, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1878 in the Chesterton reg district, Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Alice 1875
Rebecca 1876
David 1879
Walter 1883

In 1881 Sarah and John were living at 63 York Street, St Andrews the Less, Cambridge with their children Alice, Rebecca and David. There was also a lodger named Dennis Smith (labourer in coal yard). John was employed as a coal carman.

In 1891 Sarah and John were living at 88 York Street with their children Rebecca and Walter. John was employed as a coal porter and Sarha as a kitchen coll (college?) help.

In 1901 Sarah and John were living at 31 South Street, St Andrew the Less with their children Alice, Rebecca and Walter. John was employed as a general labourer and Sarah was employed as a college servant.

Sarah died in 1910 in Cambridge.


WILLIAM MYNOTT 18/05/1846-1920

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 16/06/1846.

In 1851 William was living in Brick Kiln, West Wickham with his parents and siblings James, Charles, Mary, Sarah, John and Prudence (transcribed as Rodger, a daughter).

In 1861 James was living in the same place with his parents and siblings James, Prudence, Harriet, John and Alice. There was also his nephew Walter (Charles's son) there that day.

I cannot find William in 1871.

Married Jane Elizabeth Reeves (b 1848 in Holborn, London) in 1876 in London.

In 1881 William and Jane were living in The George, 81 Leather Lane, St Andrew, London. William was employed as a licenced victualler. William's sister Alice, was living with them and working as a barmaid.

In 1891 William and Jane were living at Furzedown Farm ? in Streatham, London. William was employed as a farmer. Living with them were Jane's mother Martha Reeves (retired victualler), William Mundy (servant and labourer) and May Botting (domestic servant).

in 1901 William and Jane were living in the High Street, Melbourne, Cambridgeshire. William was living off his own means. Living in the house with them was a domestic servant by the name of Elizabeth Woods.

William died in 1920 and Elizabeth in 1933.


JOHN MYNOTT 04/04/1848-1886

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 28/04/1848.

In 1851 John was living in Brick Kiln, West Wickham with his parents and siblings James, Charles, Mary, Sarah, William and Prudence (transcribed as Rodger, a daughter. Having ).

In 1861 John was living in the same place with his parents and siblings James, Prudence, Harriet, William and Alice. There was also his nephew Walter (Charles's son) there that day.

I cannot find John in 1871.

Married Elizabeth Howlett (b Newmarket, Suffolk in 1844) in 1876 in Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Walter George 1876
Alice Elizabeth 1878
Harriet Jane1880
Charles Henry1883
Beatrice 1884
Hannah 1886

In 1881 John and Elizabeth were living in Hay Street, Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire with their children Walter, Alice and baby Harriet.

John died in Q2 1886 in St Savior, London.

In 1891 Elizabeth was living at 19 King Street, Southwark, London with her daughter's Alice and Beatrice. Elizabeth was employed as a charwoman.

In 1901 Elizabeth was living at 12 Block N, Peabody Square, Blackfriars Road, Southwark, London with her children Alice, Harriet and Charles. Elizabeth was working as a laundress.

Elizabeth died in Southwell, London in 1922.


(RHODA) PRUDENCE MYNOTT 12/11/1850-1903

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Prudence was living in Brick Kiln, West Wickham with her parents and siblings James, Charles, Mary, Sarah, William and John. She was transcribed as Rodger, a daughter.

In 1861 Prudence was living in the same place with her parents and siblings James, Harriet, William, John and Alice. There was also her nephew Walter (Charles's son) there that day.

In 1871 Prudence was living in the same place with her parents and siblings James, Rhoda (probably Sarah) and Alice. Prudence was actually listed as Sarah, but the age does not tie up with Sarah.

Married Charles Simkin (b 1849 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire) in Cambridgshire in 1879. Married under the name of Rhoda.

Their children:

Charles Leonard 1880
Alice Harriet 1882
Thomas Eaden 1884
Martha Ida 1887

The children, with the exception of Alice, were all known by their middle names.

In 1881 Rhoda and Charles were living in Ivy Cottage, Horseheath with their son Leonard. Charles was employed as a blacksmith.

In 1891 Rhoda and Charles were living in the blacksmiths in Horseheath with their children Leonard, Alice, Eaton and Ida. Charles was working as a blacksmith and wheelwright.

In 1901 Rhoda and Charles were living in Horseheath still with their children Leonard, Alice, Eaton and Ida. Charles was employed as a wheelwright and blacksmith.

Both Rhoda and Charles died in Horseheath in 1903, within months of each other; Rhoda in Q3 and Charles in Q4.


HARRIET MYNOTT 12/01/1853-1932

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 26/06/1853.

In 1861 Harriet was living in Brick Kiln, West Wickham with her parents and siblings James, Prudence, William, John and Alice. There was also her nephew Walter (Charles's son) there that day.

In 1871 Harriet was employed as a housemaid at the home of John Reeve (farmer of 112 acres and miller employing 7 men and 1 boy)in Mill Lane, Linton.

Married Thomas Kidman (b 1854 in Linton, Cambridgeshire) in the Linton Independent Church in Q4 1882.

Their children:

Edith 1883
Kate 1886
William Mynott 1889
Frederick Thomas 1892

In 1891 Harriet and Thomas were living in Back Lane, Linton with their children Edith, Kate and William. Thomas was employed as a bricklayer.

In 1901 Harriet and Thomas were living in the High Street, Linton with their children Kate, William and Frederick. Thomas was still working as a bricklayer.

Harriet died in Bishops Stortford. Hertfordshire in 1932.


ALICE MYNOTT 12/03/1856-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/06/1856.

In 1861 Alice was living in Brick Yard, West Wickham with her parents and siblings James, Prudence, Harriet, William and John. There was also her nephew Walter (Charles's son) there that day.

In 1871 Alice was still living in the same place with her parents and siblings James, Rhoda (probably Prudence) and Sarah.

Married George Thomas Wooller (b 1856 in Holborn, London) in the Linton Independent Church in Q4 1881.

Their children:

Ethel Harriet 1884
Albert 1889
Frederick George1892

In 1891 Alice and George were living at 17 Prospect Road, Islington, London with their children Ethel and Albert. George was employed as a wood turner at stick mak

In 1901 Alice and George were living at 82 Hartington Road, Walthamstow, Essex with their children Ethel, Albert and Frederick. George was employed as an ivory(?) turner.

Children of William & Sarah grandchildren of John & Ann, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


JOSEPH WILLIAM MYNOTT 27/11/1842 -1929

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 05/02/1843.

In 1851 Joseph was living at Dicksons Yard, West Wickham with his parents.

In 1861 Joseph was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Phoebe, Elijah and Ruth.

In 1871 Joseph was living West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Phoebe, Elijah, Ruth, George and Maria. Joseph was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Maria Mays (b 1841 in Haverhill, Suffolk) in Cambridgeshire in 1873.

Their children:

Elizabeth Sarah 1875
Elizabeth Ruth 1876
William 1879
Mary E 1881

In 1881 Joseph and Maria were living in Haverhill, Suffolk with their son William. Joseph was employed as a general labourer.

In 1891 Joseph and Maria were living at 9 Spring Cottages, Haverhill with their children William and Mary. Joseph's father William also lived with them. Joseph was employed as a day labourer.

In 1901 Joseph and Maria were living in the same house and Joseph was working as a horse keeper on a farm.

Maria died in Haverhill, Suffolk in 1913.

Joseph died in Suffolk in 1929.


GEORGE MYNOTT 15/12/1846-1849

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 07/02/1847.

Died in West Wickham in 1849.


PHOEBE MYNOTT 26/04/1851-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 20/07/1851.

In 1861 Phoebe was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Jospeh, Elijah and Ruth.

In 1871 Phoebe was living West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Joseph, Elijah, Ruth, George and Maria.

Married Turner Squires Malyon (b 1853 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1888 in West Wickham.

Their children:

Mary 1889
Willie 1891
Hilda 1893

In 1891 Phoebe and Turner were living in St Hall Road, West Wickham with their daughter Mary. Turner was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Phoebe and Turner were living in Streetley End, West Wickham with their children Mary, Willie and Hilda. Turner was employed as an inn keeper. Turner's sister Maria Malyon was also there that day.


ELIJAH MYNOTT 08/10/1853-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 02/07/1854.

In 1861 Elijah was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Joseph, Phoebe and Ruth.

In 1871 Elijah was living West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Joseph, Phoebe, Ruth, George and Maria. Elijah was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Sarah Spicer (b 1860 in Lambeth, Surrey) in Q3 1877 in the St Saviours reg district, London.

Their children:

Phoebe Eliza 1877
William 1880
Ruth Ann1882
Albert Edward1884
Sidney Percy1886
Florence Maud E 1890

In 1881 Elijah and Sarah were living at 10 Wellington Terrace, Horace Street, Lambeth, London with their children Eliza and William. Elijah was employed as a general labourer.

In 1891 Elijah and Sarah were living at 20 Cavendish Grove, Lambeth with their children Phoebe, William, Ruth, Albert, Sidney and Florence. Elijah was employed as a general labourer. Elijah's brother George and his family lived 6 doors away.

Elijah died in Wandsworth, London in 1895.

Sarah died in Lambeth, Surrey in 1896.


RUTH MYNOTT 1859-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Ruth was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Joseph, Phoebe and Elijah.

In 1871 Ruth was living West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Joseph, Phoebe, Elijah, George and Maria.

In 1881 Ruth was employed as a general servant at 46 Crown Street, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. This was the home of Mary Eliza Jay (annuitant).

In 1891 Ruth was still living at 46 Crown Street and working for Mary Jay as a domestic servant and housekeeper.

In 1901 Ruth was still employed by Maria Jay, in the same house, this time as a housekeeper. Maria must have been a very good employer for Ruth to have worked for her for that long.

There is a marriage for a Ruth Mynott in Q2 1911. The groom's name was Charles C Venables. I am almost certain this is her as Mary died in Bury St Edmunds in Q4 1907.


GEORGE MYNOTT 10/11/1861-1922

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 George was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Joseph, Phoebe, Elijah, Ruth and Maria.

I cannot find George in 1881 so he may well have still been living with his parents as I couldn't find them either.

Married Harriet Elizabeth Markham (b 1860 in Halesworth, Suffolk) on 26/11/1894 in the Lambeth reg district.

Their child:

Frederick George 1885

In 1891 George and Harrier were living at 14 Cavendish Grove, Lambeth, London with their son Frederick. George was employed as a carman. George's brother Elijah and his family lived 6 doors away. Although the wedding doesn't appear to have taken place until 1894, the couple were written down as being married to each other.

In 1901 George and Harriet were still living in the same house with their son Frederick. George was still employed as a carman.

George died in 1922.

Harriet died on 03/12/1923.


MARIA MYNOTT 1865-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Maria was living West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Joseph, Phoebe, Elijah, Ruth, and George.

In 1881 Maria was employed as a housemaid at Sherwood Green Farm, Horseheath. This was the home of William Purkiss (farmer of 450 acres, employing 14 men and 3 boys).

In 1891 Maria was employed as a housemaid at 6 Argyl Hill, Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk. This was the home of Elizabeth H T Lathbury (living off her own means).

I cannot find Maira in 1901.

I believe Maria died in Q1 1914 in Bury St Edmonds.


Children of Robert & Sarah grandchildren of Robert & Mary, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


WILLIAM MYNOTT 02/06/1843 -1919

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in West Wickham on 24/09/1843.

In 1851 William was living at the Mill, Berden, Essex with his parents and siblings Charles, John and Arthur. His aunt Amy Richardson (his mother's sister) was also there that day.

In 1861 William was still living at the Mill with his parents and siblings Charles, John, Arthur, James, Mary, Walter and Eliza.

Married Emily KeziahWilkinson (b 1844 in Oakley, Essex) on 25/02/1865 in Berden, Essex.

Their children:

William 1865
Jane 1866
Charles 1867
Ada 1869
Alice1870
James 1871
Kate 1873
Arthur 1874
Sarah 1875
Walter 1876
Robert 1878
Herbert 1879

In 1871 William and Emily were living in Berden Essex, with their children William, Jane, Charles, Ada and Alice. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 William and Emily were living at Black Hall, Brent Pelham, Hertfordshire with their children William, Charles, Ada, Alice, James, Kate and Walter. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 William and Emily were still living in Brent Pelham with their sons James and Walter. William was employed as an agricultural engine driver.

In 1901 William and Emily were still living in Brent Pelham. Their grand daughter Emily (William's daughter)was with them on that day. There was also a boarder named Frederick Mackell living with them. William was employed as an engine driver (on road).

William died in Edmonton, London in 1919.


CHARLES RICHARDSON MYNOTT 15/06/1845-1926

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Charles was living at the Mill, Berden, Essex with his parents and siblings William, John and Arthur. His aunt Amy Richardson (his mother's sister) was also there that day.

In 1861 Charles was still living at the Mill with his parents and siblings William, John, Arthur, James, Mary, Walter and Eliza.

Married Eliza Martin (b 1841 in Sheering, Essex) in Hertfordshire in 1869.

Their child:

Eustace Martin 1870

In 1871 Charles and Eliza were living in Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex with their baby son Eustace. Charles was employed as a boot maker.

In 1881 Charles and Eliza were living in Langley Road,Watford, Hertfordshire with their son Eustace. Charles was working as a bootmaker.

In 1891 Charles and Eliza were living in Geddings, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire with their son Eustace. Charles was employed as a shoe maker.

In 1901 Charles and Eliza were living in Geddings, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire with their son Eustace and his wife Ada. Charles was still working as a boot maker.

Eliza died in 1901.

Charles died in 1926 in Homerton, London.


JOHN MYNOTT 1847-1931

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 02/04/1847.

In 1851 John was living at the Mill, Berden, Essex with his parents and siblings William, Charles and Arthur. His aunt Amy Richardson (his mother's sister) was also there that day.

In 1861 John was still living at the Mill with his parents and siblings William, Charles, Arthur, James, Mary, Walter and Eliza.

In 1871 John was still living at Berden Mill with his parents and siblings Arthur, James, Walter and Eliza. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Sarah Ann Bentley (b 1851 in Berden, Essex ) in St Luke, Chelsea, London on 10/10/1874.

Their children:

Elizabeth Annie 1875
William Edward 1877
Lilian 1879
Florence1881
Arthur George 1884
Lilian Ada 1886

In 1881 John and Sarah were living in Little London, Berden, Essex with their daughters Elizabeth and Lilian. John was employed as a farm labourer.

In 1891 John and Sarah were living at The Folly, Berden with their children Florence, Arthur and Lilian. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 John and Sarah were living in Woodside Cottage (Folly), Berden with their son George (Arthur) and neice and nephew Agnes and Harry Clift. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Sarah died in Berden, Essex in 1905 and was buried ther on 14/08/1905.

John died in 1931 in Great Hallingbury, Essex and was buried on 10/06/1931 in Berden, Essex.


ARTHUR ROBERT MYNOTT 1850-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 10/11/1850.

In 1851 Arthur was living at the Mill, Berden, Essex with his parents and siblings William, Charles and John. His aunt Amy Richardson (his mother's sister) was also there that day.

In 1861 Arthur was still living at the Mill with his parents and siblings William, Charles, John, James, Mary, Walter and Eliza.

In 1871 Arthur was still living at Berden Mill with his parents and siblings John, James, Walter and Eliza. Arthur was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Nothing else is currently known.


JAMES MYNOTT 1851-????

Born in Berden, Essex.

In 1861 James was living at the Mill, Berden with his parents and siblings William, Charles, John, Arthur, Mary, Walter and Eliza.

In 1871 James was still living at Berden Mill with his parents and siblings John, Arthur, Walter and Eliza. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Eliza Pearson (Mayhew) (b 1844 in Clare, Suffolk) in North Weald, Essex on 05/02/1876.

Their children:

Eliza 1876
James 1878
Pearson Arthur 1880
Herbert 1882
Gulinda 1884
Ellen 1888
Raymond John 1890

In 1881 James and Eliza were living in High Laver, Essex with their children Eliza and James and Arthur. Also living there were Eliza's children Clara, William and Catherine Mayhew. James was employed as an engine driver.

In 1891 James and Eliza were living near Tilegate in High Laver with their children James, Arthur, Herbert, Gulinda, Ellen and Raymond. James was employed as an agricultural engine driver.

In 1901 James and Eliza were living in Fingrith Hall Road, Blackmore, Essex with their children James, Ellen and Raymond. James was employed as an engine driver on a farm.

Eliza died in 1922.


MARIANNA MYNOTT 1853-1931

Born in Berden, Essex.

In 1861 Mary Ann was living at the Mill, Berden with her parents and siblings William, Charles, John, Arthur, James, Walter and Eliza.

In 1871 Maryanna was a visitor in the home of 75 year old Mary Hempstead at Streetley End, West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Marianna was back living with her parents at Berden Mill, Berden.

In 1891 Marianna was still living in the sam house with hert parents. She was employed as a dressmaker.

In 1901 Marianna was living with her widowed father in the High Street, Newport, Essex. Also with them that day was her nephew Austin (sister Eliza's son). Marianna was still working as a dressmaker.

Died in Colchester, Essex in 1931.


ELIZA MYNOTT 1855-1857

Born in Berden, Essex.

Died in Berden, Essex.


WALTER MYNOTT 1857-????

Born in Berden, Essex.

In 1861 Walter was still living at the Mill with his parents and siblings William, Charles, John, Arthur, James, Mary and Eliza.

In 1871 Walter was still living at Berden Mill with his parents and siblings John, Arthur, James and Eliza. Walter was employed as a miller.

I cannot find Walter in 1881.

Married Johannah Street (B 1853 in Barnstaple, Devon) in Q2 1885 in Islington reg district, London. Written on Free BMD as William Mymott, which is why it took me so long to find. I had to go look through all the Johannas born in Barnstaple to try and find her surname and then cross match in the marriages. It took forever but I got there in the end.

Their children:

Nellie May 1886
Arthur Robert 1887
Maria Anna 1889
Eliza Winifred 1895
Ernest Victor 1898

In 1891 Walter and Johanna were living at 77 Russell Street, Luton Bedfordshire with their children Nellie, Arthur and Marie. Walter was employed as an engine driver (stationary engine).

In 1901 Walter and Johanna were still living in the same house with their children Nellie, Arthur, Marie, Winifred and Ernest. Walter was employed as an engine driver, portable.


ELIZA MYNOTT 1859-1947

Born in Berden, Essex.

In 1861 Eliza was still living at the Mill with her parents and siblings William, Charles, John, Arthur, James, Mary and Walter.

In 1871 Eliza was still living at Berden Mill with her parents and siblings John, Arthur, James and Walter.

In 1881 Eliza was living at Streetley Hall Cottage, West Wickham. This was the home of her uncle and aunt James and Mary Mynott. Also living their were her cousins John (her future husband) and Robert. Eliza was employed as a domestic servant.

Married John Mynott (b 20/03/1846 in West Wickham)on 31/05/1884 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire. John was her cousin and the son of James Mynott and Mary Flack.

Their children:

Austin Arthur 1885
Bertram John 1888

In 1891 Eliza and John were living in Streetley End, West Wickham with their children Austin and Bertram. John's father James Mynott and brother Robert Mynott were also living there. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Eliza and John were living in Streetley Hall Cottages with their son Bertram. John was employed as a working foreman on a farm.

Eliza died in Cambridge in 1947.


Children of James & Mary grandchildren of Robert & Mary, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


JOHN MYNOTT 20/03/1846 -????

Born in in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 02/05/1847.

In 1851 John was living at Streetley End, West Wickham with his parents.

n 1861 John was living in Streetly Hall, West Wickham with his parents and brother Robert.

In 1871 John was living in Streetley End with his parents and brother Robert. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 John was living at Streetley Hall Cottage with his parents and brother Robert. John was employed as an agricultural labourer. Also living their was his cousin (and future wife) Eliza Mynott.

Married Eliza Mynott (b 1859 in Berden, Essex) on 31/05/1884 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire. Eliza was his cousin and the daughter of Robert Mynott and Sarah Richardson. The witnesses at their wedding were John Starling, Marianna Mynott and Robert Mynott. Probably Eliza's sister Marianna and her father.

Their children:

Austin Arthur 1885
Bertram John 1888

In 1891John and Eliza were living in Streetley End, West Wickham with their children Austin and Bertram. John's father James Mynott and brother Robert Mynott were also living there. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 John and Eliza were living in Streetley Hall Cottages with their son Bertram. John was employed as a working foreman on a farm.

Eliza died in Cambridge in 1947.


RICHARD MYNOTT 01/03/1850-1850

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Died there later that year.


ROBERT MYNOTT 13/06/1851-1918????

Born in in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Robert was living in Streetly Hall, West Wickham with his parents and brother John.

In 1871 Robert was living in Strteetley End with his parents and brother John. Robert was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Robert was living at Streetley Hall Cottage with his parents and brother John. Robert was employed as an agricultural labourer. Also living their was his cousin (and future sister in law) Eliza Mynott. Robert was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Robert was living in Streetley Hall Cottages. This was the home of his brother John and his family. Their father James Mynott also lived there. Robert was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Robert was living in Streetley End still, with his father. He was employed as an ordinary agricultural labourer.

Died in Chesterton, Cambridgeshire in 1918.


Children of Sarah & Thomas grandchildren of Robert & Mary, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


WILLIAM FLACK 07/06/1841 -????

Born in in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 08/08/1841.

William was born before his parents marriage and was sometimes known as William Mynott.

In 1851 William was living in in Streetley End, West Wickham with his parents and siblings John, Henry and Selina.

I cannot find William in 1861.

Married Matilda Brown (b 1837 in West Wickham) on 19/06/1863 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Emma Brown and Henry Malyon.

Their children:

James 1864
Albert 1868

In 1871 William and Matilda were living at 97 Newmarket Road, St Andrews the Less, Cambridge with their sons James and Albert. William was employed as a labourer.

I cannot find the family after that.


JOHN FLACK 05/05/1843 -????

Born in in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 John was living in Streetley End, West Wickham with his parents and siblings William, John, Henry and Selina.

In 1861 John was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and sibligs Henry, Selina, Elijah, Christopher, Alfred and Hannah.

Married Sarah Shanks (b 1846 in West Wickham) on 21/04/1866 in West Wickham. Sarah was a cousin of John's and the daughter of Ambrose Shanks and Rebecca Page.

Their children:

Albert 1866
Harry 1870
George 1873
Alice Rebecca1875
Lizzie1883
Emily 1889

In 1871 John and Sarah were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their children Albert and Harry. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 John and Sarah were living in a cottage in Duxford, Cambridgeshire with their children Albert, Harry, George and Rebecca. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 John and Sarah were living in the High Street, Duxford with their children Harry, George, Alice, Eliza (Lizzie) and Emily. John was employed as a farm labourer.

In 1901 John and Sarah were living in Station Road, Duxford with their children Harry, Alice, Lizzie and Emily. Their grand daughter Ivy Blackwell Flack was also there that day. John was employed as a horsekeeper on a farm.

Sarah possibly died in Q2 1911in the Linton reg district.

John possibly died in Q1 1913 in the Linton reg district.


HENRY FLACK 02/01/1846-????

Born in in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/02/1846.

In 1851 Henry was living in Streetley End, West Wickham with his parents and siblings William, John and Selina.

In 1861 Henry was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and sibligs John, Selina, Elijah, Christopher, Alfred and Hannah.

I cannot find Henry in 1871.

Married Elizabeth Wilshaw (b 1854 in Norton, Staffordshire) on 27/04/1873 in Etruria (Stoke on Trent), Staffordshire.

Their children:

Henry 1874
Eliza 1876
Sarah 1878
Allen 1880
Tom 1882
Celia 1884
Harriet 1886
Ada 1887
Louisa 1890

In 1881 Elizabeth was living at 10 High Street, Barton Upon Irwell, Lancashire with their children Henry, Eliza, Sarah and Alan. There were also 2 boarders by the names of William Jones (railway stoker) and Alfred Parker (Plate layer.) I don't know where Henry is although Sarah is listed as head and married.

In 1891 Henry and Elizabeth were living at 16 Pleasant Street, Barton Upon Irwell with their children Sarah, Alan, Tom, Celia, Ada and Louisa. There was also 2 lodgers named Joe Daves (general labourer) and James (general labourer). Harry was employed as a general labourer.

In 1901 Henry and Elizabeth were living at No 4 Hut, Waterworks, Llanvaches, Monmouth, Wales with their children Tom, Celia and Ada. Also their that day were the older children Harry and Sarah, along with Sarah's children Nellie, Harry and Tom. There were also 2 boarders named Charles Jones (waterworks labourer) and Frank Crocket (waterworks labourer) along with 7 lodgers named William Morgan (waterworks labourer, Ernest Jenkins (waterworks navvy), George Storey (waterworks navvy), Alfred Baker (waterworks labourer), Patrick MacArthy (waterworks labourer), Charles Martin (? on waterworks) and Harry Ager (platelayer on waterworks). Henry was employed as a platelayer on waterworks.


SELINA/CELIA FLACK 18/03/1848-????

Born in in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 07/05/1848 as Selia.

In 1851 Selina was living in Streetley End, West Wickham with her parents and siblings William, John and Henry.

In 1861 Selina was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and sibligs John, Henry, Elijah, Christopher, Alfred and Hannah.

Married John Bradman (b 07/01/1846 in West Wickham) in West Wickham on 18/06/1867. The witnesses at their wedding were John Flack (Celia's brother, possibly) and Keziah Bradman (John's sister).

Their children:

Mahala 1870
Julia 1872
John 1875
Miriam 1878
Frank 1884
Herbert 1887
Harry 1889
Ethel 1893

In 1871 Celia and John were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their baby daughter Mahala. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Celia and John were living in the same place with their children Mahala, Julia, John and Miriam. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Celia and John were still living in West Wickham with their with their children Miriam, Frank, Herbert and Harry. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Celia and John were living in the HIgh Street, West Wickham with their children Frank, Herber, Harry and Ethel. Joh was working as a horseman on a farm.

John died in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire in 1921 and was buried there on 03/10/1921.

Celia died in West Wickham in 1930 and was buried there on 24/04/1930, aged 82 years.


ELIJAH FLACK 06/02/1852-????

Born in in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Elijah was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and sibligs John, Henry, Selina, Christopher, Alfred and Hannah.

Married Elizabeth Preston (b 09/11/1853 in West Wickham) in West Wickham on 24/12/1870

Their children:

Emily 1871
Frederick 1873
Sidney 1876
Reuben 1878
Christopher 1881
Shadrach 1883
Elizabeth 1886
George 1888
Albert 1890
Alexander Frederick1893
Walter 1896
Frank 1898

In 1871 Elijah and Elizabeth were living in Streetley End, West Wickham with their baby daughter Emily. Elijah was employed as a millers labourer. Elijah's parents and his siblings Christopher, Alfred and Hannah lived next door.

In 1881 Elijah and Elizabeth were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their children Frederick, Sidney, Reuben and baby Christopher. Elijah was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Elijah and Elizabeth were still living in West Wickham with their children Frederick, Sidney, Reuben, Christopher, Shadrack, Bessie (Elizabeth), George and baby Albert. Elijah was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Elijah and Elizabeth were living in Streetley End with their children Shadrack, Elizabeth, George, Albert, Alexander, Walter and Frank. Elijah was employed as an agricultural labourer.


CHRISTOPHER FLACK 27/08/1854-1925

Born in in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/01/1854.

In 1861 Christopher was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and sibligs John, Henry, Selina, Elijah, Alfred and Hannah.

In 1871 Christopher was living in Streetley End, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Alfred and Hannah. His brother Elijah lived next door with his wife and family.

Married Agnes Bradford (b 25/01/1853 in Agnes Bradford) on 28/10/1876 in West Wickham. Christopher apears on Free BMD as Christopher Hack.

Bennet 1877 (c) 13/05/1877
Owen 1879 (c) 15/06/1879
Mary Ann Laura 1881 (c) 15/01/1882
Frederick Percy 1883(c) 20/01/1884
Florence 1885 (c) 13/09/1885
Hubert 09/04/1887 (c) 05/05/1887
Agnes 1889 (c) 18/04/1889
Christopher 08/03/1891 (c) 19/04/1891
Harry 24/03/1892 (c) 29/05/1892
May 31/05/1893 (c) 23/07/1893

In 1881 Christopher and Agnes were living in Granhams Road, Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire with their sons Bennet and Owen. Christopher was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Christopher and Agnes were living in Granhams Cottages, Great Shelford with their children Bennet, Owen, Mary, Percy, Florence, Herbert, Agnes and baby Christopher. Christopher was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Christopher and Agnes were living in the High Street, Great Shelford with their children Bennet, Owen, Mary (transcribed as Laura), Percy, Herbert, Agnes, Christopher and May. Christopher was employed as an agricultural labourer / groom.

In May 1918 Christopher and Agnes were lving at 3 Granta Terrace, Stapleford, Cambridgeshire.

Christopher died in 1925 in Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire.

Agnes died in the same place 2 years later.


ALFRED FLACK 1856-1934

Born in in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Alfred was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and sibligs John, Henry, Selina, Elijah, Christopher and Hannah.

In 1871 Alfredr was living in Streetley End, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Christopher and Hannah. His brother Elijah lived next door with his wife and family. Alfred was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Alfred was still living in the same house with his parents. Alfred was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Alfred was still living in the same house with his parents. Alfred was still employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Alfred was still living with his parents in Streetley End and still doing the same type of work.

Married Maud Ellen Missen (b 1876 in Little Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire) in the Linton reg district in Q1 1912.

Their children:

Dorothy M 1912
Lucy J 1914
Alfred D 07/03/1917

Alfred died in 1934 in West Wickham and was buried at St Mary's, West Wickham on 25/07/1934, aged 77.

Maud died in 1951 in the Cambridge reg district.


HANNAH FLACK 1859-1935

Born in in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Hannah was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and sibligs John, Henry, Selina, Elijah, Christopher and Alfred.

In 1871 Hannah was living in Streetley End, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Christopher and Alfred. Her brother Elijah lived next door with his wife and family.

Married Samuel Barker (n 1854 in West Wickham) in West Wickham on 22/12/1877. The witnesses at their wedding were Elijah Flack and Elizabeth Flack (Hannah's brother and sister in law).

Their children:

George William 1878
Albert 1882
Rosina 1884
David 1888
Ada Dorothy 1890
Celia Maud 1891
Kate 1893
Florrie 1895
Lily 1889
Ruth 1900

In 1881 Hannah and Samuel were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their son George. Samuel was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Hannah and Samuel were living in the same place with their children George, Albert, Rose, David and Ada. Samuel was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Hannah and Samuel were living in The Bannocks, West Wickham with their children Albert, David, Celia, Kate. Harry (Florrie), Lillie and Ruth. Samuel was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Samuel died in 1910 in West Wickham and was buried there on 17/08/1910, aged 55 years.

Hannah died in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire in 1935. She had been living at Heath Farm. Hannah was buried in St Mary's church, West Wickham on 17/08/1935, aged 75 years.


MARY ANN FLACK 1862-1864

Born in in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/02/1863.

Died in 1864 in West Wickham and was buried there on 06/10/1864, aged 2 and a half years.


Children of Mary Ann & John grandchildren of Ann & James, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


ANN MARIA CUSTANCE 1844-????

Born in St Giles, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Ann was living at 44 Gloucester Street in Cambridge St Giles with her parents and siblings William and Alfred.

In 1861 Ann was living at 15 Shelley Road Cambridge St Giles with her parents and siblings William and Alfred. Ann was employed as a laundress.

Married Joshua Chandley (b abt. 1843 in Girton, Cambridgeshire) in Q2 186 in St Giles, Cambridge.

Harriet A 1864
Ellen E 1867
Cecilia 1869
Ernest John 1872
Annice 1875
Ethel 1877
May 1879
Sidney 1880
Frank 1883
Oliver 1885

In 1871 Ann and Joshua were living at Duck End, Girton with their children Harriet, Ellen and Cecillia. Ann was still working as a laundress and Joshua as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Ann and Joshua were still living at Duck End with their children Celia, Ernest, Annice, Ethel, May and Sidney. Ann was still employed as a laundress and Joshua was listed as a dealer (of what I know not). The family have been transcribed as Chandler and looking up the children younger than Celia, I see they have all been listed as Chandler on Free BMD.

In 1891 Ann and Joshua (now going by the name Chandler) were still living at Duck End with their children Ernest, Ethel, May, Sidney, Frank and Oliver. Ann was no longer working. Joshua was employed as a farm labourer.

In 1901 Ann and Joshua were still living in the same house with their children Sidney, Frank and Oliver. Joshua was working as a market gardener.


WILLIAM CUSTANCE 1848-????

Born in St Giles, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 William was living at 44 Gloucester Street in Cambridge St Giles with his parents and siblings Ann and Alfred.

In 1861 William was living at 15 Shelley Road Cambridge St Giles with his parents and siblings Ann and Alfred. William was employed as a labourer.

In 1871 William was living at 19 Shelley Row with his widowed mother and brother Alfred. William was employed as a labourer.

Married Harriet Bunn (b abt. 1852 in Great Abington, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1874 in Great Abington. Married under the surname Custon.

Their children:

Joseph William 1876
Alfred Arthur 1878
Kate Pricilla 1880
Mary Rebecca1882
William 1885
Herbert1888
Mabel Annie1890

In 1881 William and Harriet were living in the village of Little Abington, Cambridgeshire with their children Joseph, Alfred and Kate. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 William and Harriet were living in the village of Great Abington, with their children Joseph, Alfred, Kate, Mary, William, Herbert and baby Mabel. William was employed as a horse keeper. The family were transcribed as Custon in this year.

In 1901 William and Harriet were living in the same place with their children William, Herbert and Annie Mabel. William was employed as a horse keeper (groom) on builders premises. The family was once more named Custance.


ALFRED CUSTANCE 1850-????

Born in St Giles, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Alfred was living at 44 Gloucester Street in Cambridge St Giles with his parents and siblings William and Ann.

In 1861 Alfred was livingat 15 Shelley Row Cambridge St Giles with his parents and siblings William and Ann. Alfred was employed as a labourer.

In 1871 Alfred was living at 19 Shelley Road with his widowed mother and brother William. Alfred was employed as a labourer.

In 1881 Alfred was living in Occupation Road, Victoria Road, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire with his mother. Alfred was employed as a groom.

In 1891 Alfred was lodging at 14 Burmuda Road, Chesterton. This was the home of Walter Brown (bricklayers labourer) and his family. Alfred was employed as a general labourer.

In 1901 Alfred was lodging at 70 - 71 Earl Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge. This was possibly a pub named the George 4th. The head of the house was named Sabina Cann and she was listed as publican. Alfred's job is difficult to decipher due to the scribbling over it.


Children of Celia & Henry grandchildren of Ann & James, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


JULIA FITCH 1843-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 18/10/1843.

In 1851 Julia was living in Balsham with her parents and brother Arthur.

In 1861 Julia was living at 24 Garrard Street, Islington, London. This was the home of John Bryant (commercial clerk (book ?)) and his family. Julia was employed as a servant.

Nothing else is currently know.


ARTHUR FITCH 1847-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 08/08/1847.

In 1851 Arthur was living in Balsham with his parents and sister Julia.

In 1861 Arthur was living at 44 James Street, Marylebone, Middlesex. This was the home of William Everard (licensed victualler) and his wife. Arthur was a 14 year old servant.

In 1871 Arthur was living at 3 Bellevue Road, Battersea, Surrey. This was the home of Thomas Steer (manager Queens ? Estate). Alfred was a horse keeper.

Married Emma Saunders (b abt. 1845 in Windsor, Buckinghamshire ) in Q2 1879 in the Lambeth reg district, London.

Their child:

Harold Arthur S 1880

In 1881 Arthur and Emma were living at 11 Sidney Road, Park Place, Lambeth with their son. Arthur's brother Henry was also living with them. Arthur was employed as a labourer.

In 1891 Arthur and Emma were living at 147 Stewards Road, Battersea with their son Harold. Arthur was still employed as a grocer.

In 1901 Arthur and Emma were living at 46 Oliz (?) Street, Finsbury, London with their son Harold. Arthur was employed as a coffee shopkeeper.


WALTER FITCH 1851-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 13/07/1851.

In 1861 Walter was living in Balsham with his parents and siblings Henry and Emma.

In 1871 Walter was living in West Wratting Road, Balsham with his parents and sister Emma. Walter was employed as a carpenter.

Married Mary Adelaide Webb (b abt. 1851 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) in Q1 1877 in the Marylebone reg district.

Their children:

Beatrice 1878
Florence G 1882
Mildred 1884

In 1881 Walter and Emma were living at 7 Foxley Road, S E, Lambeth with their daughter Beatrice. There was also a lodger named John Thomas Starbrick (carpenter). There is nothing listed for Walter's employment but I am guessing he was still a carpenter, given that his lodger was in the same trade.

In 1891 were living at 13 7 Foxley Road, Lambeth with their children Beatrice, Florence and Mildred. There was also a servant named Florence E Gaymer. Walter was employed as a builder.

In 1901 Walter and Adelaide were still living at 13 7 Foxley Road with their children Beatrice, Florence and Mildred. Also living there was Walter's niece, Millicent Fitch and a servant named Rose A Houchens. Walter was employed as a builder.


HENRY FITCH 1856-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 09/03/1856.

In 1861 Henry was living in Balsham with his parents and siblings Walter and Emma.

In 1871 Henry was a 15 year old page at The Rectory, West Wratting Road, Balsham. This was the home of Charles R Dicken (Rector of Balsham) and his family.

In 1881 Henry was living with his brother Arthur and his family at 11 Sidney Road, Park Place, Lambeth. Henry was employed as a groom.

Married Lucy Beaumont (b abt. 1862 in Newington,Camberwell,Surrey) on 28/06/1881 in Camberwell.

Their children:

Stanley Frank 1883
Cecilia May 1884
William Leonard 1888
Alice1889
WalterJoseph Beaumont1891
Gladys Grace J1894
Cyril Henry 1896
Leslie Ernest L1901

In 1891 Henry and Lucy were living at 2 Ady's Road, Camberwell, London with their children Stanley, May, Leonard and Alice. Henry was employed as a grocer. In this census the family had been transcribed as Fetch and the children (with the exception of Alice) all had 10 years added to their ages. This was due to the transcriber taking a pencil mark made by somebody as a 1. No wonder I had a problem finding them on Free BMD. This issue didn't come to light until I found the family in 1901 and the children hadn't aged!

In 1901 Henry and Lucy were living at 48 Beanval(?) Road, Dulwich, Camberwell, with their children May, Leonard, Alice, Walter, Gladys. Cyril and baby Leslie.Henry was working as a grocer come shopkeeper with his own account.Again one of the children (Gladys) had 10 years added to her age due to pencil mark being mistaken for the digit 1.


EMMA FITCH 1859-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 27/09/1850.

In 1861 Emma was living in Balsham with her parents and siblings Walter and Henry.

In 1871 Emma Walter was living in West Wratting Road, Balsham with her parents and brotherer Walter.

In 1881 Emma was employed as an assistant servant (domestic at 6 Water Lane, Lambeth London. This was the home of Samuel Eldridge and his family. Samuel was an independant minister of Trinity Chapel, Brixton.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Henry & Fanny grandchildren of Ann & James, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


FREDERICK DANIELS 27/09/1850-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 10/07/1859.

In 1851 Frederick was living in Balsham with his mother. His father was working as a servant at Babraham Cottage in Babraham.

In 1861 Frederick was still living in Balsham with his parents and siblings Harriet, James and Emma.

In 1871 Frederick was living in Rats Hall, Balsham with his parents. Frederick was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Sarah Elizabeth Brown (b 26/05/1856 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1875 in Babraham.

Their children:

William Henry 1876
Emma Jane 1878
Frederick Arthur 1880
Samuel Webb 1881
James Norris 1884
Annie Elizabeth 1885
Harry 1890
Marian 1892
Robert 1894
John 1896

In 1881 Frederick and Sarah were living in Reed Farm Cottage, Babraham with their children William and Jane. Frederick was imployed as an agricultural labourer (stockman).

In 1891 Frederick and Sarah were living in Hall Farm Cottages, Stetchworth, Cambridgeshire with their children William, Emma, Frederick, Samuel, James, Annie and Harry. Frederick was employed as a farm labourer.

In 1901 Frederick and Sarah were living in the same place with their children Frederick, Samuel, Harry, Marion, Robert and John Frederick was employed as a horse keeper on a farm.


HARRIET ELIZABETH DANIELS 1854-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 12/03/1854.

In 1861 Harriet was living in Balsham with her parents and siblings Frederick, James and Emma.

In 1871 Harriet was employed as a domestic servant at 47 High Street, Swavesy, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of Fred Carter (farmer 60 acres, employing 3 men and 2 boys) and his family.

Married Arthur Hills (b 1845 in Sawston, Cambridgeshire) in Q2 1873 in the Babraham, Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Edward Peter 1881
Arthur Frederick 1883
Harry Walter 1885

In 1881 Harriet and Arthur were living at Home Farm, Babraham, Cambridgeshire with their baby son Edward. Arthur was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Arthur died in the Linton reg district in 1885.

Her child:

Francis Emily 1893

In 1891 Harriet was living in Brick Row, Babraham with her children Edward, Arthur and Harry. Harriet was working as a laundress. Also living there was a lodger named Edward Gowlett (agricultural labourer).

Married Edward Gowlett (b abt 1868 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1892 in Babraham. Obviously Harriet becasme quite smitten with the lodger!

Their children:

Benjamin 1893
Annie Elizabeth 1894

Francis was definitely not Arthur's child but may well have been Edward's.

In 1901 Harriet and Edward were still living in Brick Row with their children Benjamin and Annie and Harriet's son Harry (written as son in law to Edward). Edward was employed as a horsekeeper on a farm.


JAMES NORRIS DANIELS 1856-1868

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 14/12/1856.

In 1861 James was living in Balsham with his parents and siblings Frederick, Harriet and Emma.

James died in Q4 1868 in the Linton reg district.


EMMA JANE DANIELS 1859-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 09/10/1859.

In 1861 Emma was living in Balsham with her parents and siblings Frederick, Harriet and James.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Jane & James grandchildren of Ann & James, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


FREDERICK PLUMB 1846 -????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 11/10/1846.

In 1851 Frederick was living in Stocking Lane, Balsham with his parents and brother James. His maternal grandmother (Ann Daniels) lived next door.

In 1861 Frederick was living in Balsham (the address is difficult to decipher) with his parents and siblings James, Elizabeth and baby Charles. Frederick was employed as a millers boy.

In 1871 I believe Frederick was working as a porter and gardener in St Marylebone Workhouse schools, Hayes Norwood, Middlesex.

Nothing else is currently known.


JAMES PLUMB 1849-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on31/08//1846.

In 1851 James was living in Stocking Lane, Balsham with his parents and brother Frederick. His maternal grandmother (Ann Daniels) lived next door.

In 1861 James was living in Balsham (the address is difficult to decipher) with his parents and siblings Frederick, Elizabeth and baby Charles. James was employed as a farmers boy.

Married Betsy Swan (b 1848 in Linton, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1870 in Balsham.

Their children:

Sarah Ann 1871
Emma 1876
Ann 1879

In 1871 James and Betsy were living in Dockers Road, Balsham in the home of Joseph Parker and his family. James is described as son in law and Betsy as wife to son in law. James was employed as an agricultural labourer. Who the Parker's were I have no idea.

In 1881 James and Elizabeth (Betsy) were living in the High Street, Balsham with their daughters Sarah and Annie. James was working as an agricultural labourer.

I cannot find the family in 1891.

In 1901 James and Betsy were still living in the same place with their daughter Annie. James was employed as an ordinary agricultural labourer.


ELIZABETH MARY ANN PLUMB 1859-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 10/07/1859.

In 1861 Elizabeth was living in Balsham (the address is difficult to decipher) with her parents and siblings Frederick, James and baby Charles.

Nothing else is currently known.


CHARLES PLUMB 1861-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 16/07/1861.

In 1861 baby Charles was living in Balsham (the address is difficult to decipher) with his parents and siblings Frederick, James and Elizabeth.

In 1871 Charles is living in Smiths Forge, Balsham with his parents and sister Alice.

In 1881 Charles was lodging at 101 George Road, Islington, London. This was the home of Benjamin Webb (brewers labourer) and his family. Charels was employed as a brewers labourer.

Married Ellen ? (b 1861 in Wangford, Suffolk).

Their children:

Charles W 1886
George Henry 1889
Harry 1890
Alice Maud 1891
Albert James 1895

In 1891 Charles and Ellen were living at 61 York Road, St Pancras, London with their children Charles, George and Harry. Charles was employed as a railway coalman.

In 1901 Charles and Ellen were living at 4 Pleasant Building, Islington, London with their children Henry (George), Harry, Alice and Albert. Charles was still employed as a railway coalman


ALICE PLUMB 1864-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Alice is living in Smiths Forge, Balsham with her parents and brother Charles.

Nothing else is currently known, although she may well have died in Q2 1880 in the Linton reg district.


Children of Harriett & Samuel grandchildren of Ann & James, great grand children of James & Dinah, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


JAMES NEWMAN 1856-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 James was living in West Wratting with his mother and brother Charles. His father was missing from the census.

In 1871 James was living in Scarletts Lane, West Wratting with his parents and siblings Charles, Jane, Thomas and Emma.

Married Sarah Ann Barnard (b 1857 in Stowmarket, Suffolk) in the Fulham reg district, London in Q1 1880.

Their children:

Arthur 1880
Charles 1881
Jane 1885
Elizabeth 1887
Frederick 1891
Ada 1893
Albert 1895
Thomas 1897
James 1900

In 1881 James and Sarah were living at 50 Meyrick Road, Battersea with their baby son Arthur. James's sister, Emma was a visitor there that day. James was employed as a gardeners labourer.

In 1891 James and Sarah were living at 29 Princes Place, Kensington, London with their children Charles, Jane, Elizabeth and baby James. James was employed as a labourer.

In 1901 James and Sarah were living at 8 Princes Place, Kensington with their children Charles, Jane, Elizabeth, Frederick, Ada, Albert, Thomas and baby James (a different one). James's brother Charles (gardeners labourer) was also living there. James was employed as a gardeners labourer.


CHARLES NEWMAN 1859-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Charles was living in West Wratting with his mother and brother James. His father was missing from the census.

In 1871 Charles was living in Scarletts Lane, West Wratting with his parents and siblings James, Jane, Thomas and Emma.

In 1881 Charles was living in Manor Well, West Wratting with his parents and siblings Thomas and Elizabeth. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Charles was living in Shimpling in Norfolk with his parents and siblings Emma and Elizabeth. His nephew Arthur (sister Emma's son) was also living there. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Charles was living at 8 Princes Place, Kensington. This was the home of his brother James and his family. Charles was employed as a gardeners labourer.

Nothing else is currently known.


JANE NEWMAN 1862-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Jane was living in Scarletts Lane, West Wratting with her parents and siblings James, Charles, Thomas and Emma.

In 1881 Jane was employed as a general servant at 207 Copenhagen Street, Islington London. This was the home of William Lance (dentist and chemist).

Nothing else is currently known.


THOMAS ARTHUR NEWMAN 1865-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Thomas was living in Scarletts Lane, West Wratting with his parents and siblings James, Charles, Jane and Emma.

In 1881 Thomas was living in Manor Well, West Wratting with his parents and siblings Charles and Elizabeth. Thomas was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Nothing else is currently known.


EMMA NEWMAN 1867-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Emma was living in Scarletts Lane, West Wratting with her parents and siblings James, Charles, Jane and Thomas.

In 1881 Emma was visiting her brother James and his family at 50 Meyrick Road, Battersea.

Her child:

Arthur Samuel 1880

In 1891 Emma was living in Shimpling in Norfolk with her parents and siblings James and Elizabeth. Her son Arthur was also living there. Emma was employed as a domestic cook.

Married Horace William Catchpole (b 1865 in Shimpling, Norfol)in Q4 1895 in Shimpling.

Their child:

Florence May 1896

Nothing else is currently known.


ELIZABETH NEWMAN 1876-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Elizabeth was living in Manor Well, West Wratting with her parents and siblings Charles and Thomas.

In 1891 Elizabeth was living in Shimpling in Norfolk with her parents and siblings James and Emma. Her nephew Arthur (sister Emma's son) was also living there.

Nothing else is currently known, although there is an Elizabeth Newman working as a domestic servant at 13 Guest Road, St Andrews the Less, Cambridge. This was the home of scoolmaster James Wallis and his family.


Child of Ann grandchild of Sarah & George, great grand child of Sarah & Thomas, 2x great grand child of John & Mary


SARAH PAGE 1831-1908

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1841 Sarah was living in West Wickham with her mother, step father and half siblings Elizabeth and Mary Ann.

I cannot find Sarah in 1851.

In 1861 Sarah was a lodger in the High Street, West Wickham. This was the home of the elderly Charlotte Pollard.

In 1871 Sarah was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her uncle John Page, his wife Elizabeth and her cousins George, Sarah, Sophia and Mary. There was also an Eliza Page living there who was named as grand daughter of John but I am not sure if she was actually a grand daughter, or was Sarah's daughter. I would welcome any conformation on this child.

In 1881 Sarah was still living in the same house with her uncle and aunt and their grand child Eliza.

In 1891 Sarah was lodging in West Wickham, in the home of widow Hannah Bradman.

In 1901 Sarah was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham. This was the home of her cousin George Page (son of John and Elizabeth) and his family.

Sarah died in Q2 1908 in the Linton reg district (most likely in West Wickham).


Children of Ann & John grandchildren of Sarah & George, great grand children of Sarah & Thomas, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


BETSEY MYNOTT 1836-1845

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/06/1836.

In 1841 Betsey was living in West Wickham with her parents, half sister Sarah and sister Mary Ann.

Died in West Wickhamin 1845.


MARY ANN MYNOTT 06/11/1839-1882

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 22/12/1839.

In 1841 Mary Ann was living in West Wickham with her parents, half sister Sarah and sister Elizabeth (Betsey).

In 1851 Mary Ann was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her father, step mother, sister Frances and half sister Adelaide.

Her child:

Julia 1859

In 1861 Mary Ann was employed as a house servant in the home of widowerer James Leonard (gentleman) in Ashdon, Essex. Is this the correct Mary Ann Mynott, or is is Mary Ann daughter of John Mynott and Ann Page?

Married Charles Taylor (b 1841 in Ashdon, Essex) in Q1 1862 in the Saffrom Walden reg district, Essex.

Their child:

Edward 1862

Charles died in Q3 1864 in the Saffron Walden reg district.

Married James Kitterage (b abt 1826Ashdon, Essex) in Q3 1866 in Ashdon. James was a widower with 3 children.

Joseph William 1865
Jane 1869
Adelaide1872
Harry1875

In 1871 Mary Ann and James were living in Kates Lane, Ashdon with their extended family - Charles, York, Lizzie (his), Joseph, Jane (theirs), Julia and Edward (hers). James was employed as a bricklayer and his sons were bricklayers labourers, so possibly worked with their father.

In 1881 Mary Ann and James were still living in Kates Lane with their children Edward (hers), Joseph, Jane, Adelaide and Harry. James was a journeyman bricklayer.

Mary died in Q2 1882 in Ashdon, Essex.

In 1891 James was still iving in the same place with his children Joseph, James and Harry. James was employed as a bricklayer.

James died in 1891 in Ashdon.


FRANCES MYNOTT 10/05/1844-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 16/06/1844.

In 1851 Frances was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her father, step mother, sister Mary Ann and half sister Adelaide.

In 1861 Frances was employed as a servant at 32 St Andrews Street, Cambridge. This was the home of John A Lobley and his family. He was a grocer and tea dealer.

Her child:

Ellen Rose 1864

Married Frederick Daniels (b 1844 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1867 in the Linton reg district. Her surname has been transcribed as Meynott on Free BMD.

Their children:

Mary Ann 1867
Elizabeth 1870
Alice1872
Emma1877
Rose1880

In 1871 Frances and Frederick were living at West Wickham Road in Balsham Cambridgeshire where Frederick was employed as an agricultural labourer. Living with them were Frances's daughter Ellen, their children Mary and Elizabeth and Sarah Mynott (Frances half sister). Sarah was an invalid.

In 1881 Frances and Frederick were living in Paston, Northamptonshire with their children Mary, Elizabeth. Alice, Emma and Rose. Frederick was still in the same line of work.

In 1891 Frances and Frederick were living at Garton and St Georges Terrace, Peterbourough, Northamptonshire where Frederick was employed as a bricklayers labourer. The children living with them were Ellen, Mary, Elizabeth, Alice, Emma, Rose and Martha. Martha, although listed as their daughter, was in fact the daughter of Ellen and therefore their grand daughter.

In 1901 Frances was living at 32 ? Terrace, High Street in Fletton, Huntingonshire with her daughter Rose and 2 boarders named Arthur Heaely (sewerage labourer) and Arthur Brightly (bricklayers labourer). There is no mention of Frederick.

Children of Rebecca & Ambrose grandchildren of Sarah & George, great grand children of Sarah & Thomas, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


ELIZABETH SHANKS 1840-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Elizabeth was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings George and Sarah.

In 1861 Ellizabeth was employed as a cook at Dottered Hall Farm, Balsham, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of John Symonds (farmer 930 acres, employing 12 men and 4 boys).

Married Henry Ward (b 1847 in Duxford, Cambridgeshire) in the Duxford in Q3 1866.

Their children:

Frederick 1866
Edith Rebecca 1869
Florey 1873
Emily Mary 1875

In 1871 Elizabeth and Henry were living in Duxford with their children Fred and Edith. Henry was employed as an agricultural labourer. Frederick, Edith, Florence and Emily. Henry was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Elizabeth and Henry were living in Skeleton Road, Duxford with their daughter Emily. Henry was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Elizabeth and Henry were living at Chalk Pit, Duxford with their daughter Emily. Henry was still employed as an agricultural labourer (ordinary).

Nothing else is currently known.


GEORGE SHANKS 1843-1905

Born in Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 George was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Elizabeth and Sarah.

In 1861 George was still living in the High Street with his parents and sister Sarah. There was also a lodger named Larry Woolard (a carpenter). He was George's cousin and the son of Mary Page.

Married Eliza Page (b 22/02/1844 in West Wickham) in West Wickham in Q2 1863. Eliza was his cousin and the daughter of William Page and Ann Fitch.

Their children:

Frederick 1863
Lizzie 1864
John 1870
William 1874

In 1871 George and Eliza were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their children Frederick,Eliza and baby John . George was employed as a carpenter.

In 1881 George and Eliza were living in the Five Bells Inn, High Street, West Wickham with their chidren Frederick, Lizzie, John and William. George was empl;oyed as a carpenter, as was his son Frederick.

In 1891 George and Eliza were living in the Robin Hood Inn, High Street, Cherry Hinton, Cambridgeshire. George was employed as a carpenter and publican.

In 1901 George and Eliza were living in the Chequers Inn, High Street, Cherry Hinton with Eliza's widowed mother Ann Page and a lodger named Harry Beale (horse keeper). George was employed as a carpenter.

Eliza died in Q2 1903 in Cherry Hinton.

George died in Q4 1905 in Cherry Hinton.


SARAH SHANKS 1846-????

Born in Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Sarah was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Elizabeth and George.

In 1861 Sarah was still living in the High Street with her parents and brother George. There was also a lodger named Larry Woolard (a carpenter). He was Sarah's cousin and the son of Mary Page.

Married John Flack (b 05/05/1843 in West Wickham) on 21/04/1866 in West Wickham. John was a cousin to Sarah and the son of Thomas Flack and Sarah Mynott.

Their children:

Albert 1865 (c) 25/11/1865
Harry 24/02/1870 (c) 27/03/1870
George 17/12/1872 (c) 19/01/1873
Alice Rebecca21/11/1875(c) 26/12/1875
Lizzie1883 (c) 03/08/1884
Emily 1889 (c) 07/07/1889

In 1871 Sarah and John were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their children Albert and Harry. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Sarah and John were living in a cottage in Duxford, Cambridgeshire with their children Albert, Harry, George and Rebecca. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Sarah and John were living in the High Street, Duxford with their children Harry, George, Alice, Eliza (Lizzie) and Emily. John was employed as a farm labourer.

In 1901 Sarah and John were living in Station Road, Duxford with their children Harry, Alice, Lizzie and Emily. Their grand daughter Ivy Blackwell Flack was also there that day. John was employed as a horsekeeper on a farm.

Sarah possibly died in Q2 1911in the Linton reg district.

John possibly died in Q1 1913 in the Linton reg district.


Children of William & Ann grandchildren of Sarah & George, great grand children of Sarah & Thomas, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


JOHN PAGE 10/10/1839-????

Born in West Wickham,Cambridgeshire.

In 1841 John was living in Burton's End West Wickham with his parents. This was the home of his grandparents Sarah and George Page and John's uncle John and aunt Mary Page.

In 1851 John was living in Broad Green, Horseheath with his parents and siblings George, Eliza, Rebecca and Jane.

In 1861 John was living in a Cottage, Bartlow in Essex with his parents and siblings Rebecca, Jane, Mary, Sarah Ann and Alice. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Nothing else is currently known.


GEORGE PAGE 19/09/1841-1844 or 18555

Born in West Wickham,Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 12/12/1841.

In 1851 George was living in Broad Green, Horseheath with his parents and siblings John, Eliza, Rebecca and Jane. John was employed as a farm labourer.

George possibly died inthe Linton reg district in either Q1 1854 or Q2 1855.


ELIZA PAGE 22/02/1844-????

Born in West Wickham,Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Eliza was living in Broad Green, Horseheath with her parents and siblings John, George, Rebecca and Jane.

I cannot find Eliza in 1861.

Married George Shanks (b 1843 in Cambridgeshire) in West Wickham in Q2 1863. George was her cousin and son of Ambrose Shanks and Rebecca Page.

Their children:

Frederick 1863
Lizzie 1864
John 1872
William 1874

In 1871 Eliza and George were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their children Frederick,Eliza and baby John . George was employed as a carpenter.

In 1881 Eliza and George were living in the Five Bells Inn, High Street, West Wickham with their chidren Frederick, Lizzie, John and William. George was employed as a carpenter, as was his son Frederick.

In 1891 Eliza and George were living in the Robin Hood Inn, High Street, Cherry Hinton, Cambridgeshire. George was employed as a carpenter and publican.

In 1901 Eliza and George were living in the Chequers Inn, High Street, Cherry Hinton with Eliza's widowed mother Ann Page and a lodger named Harry Beale (horse keeper). George was employed as a carpenter.

Eliza died in Q2 1903 in Cherry Hinton.

George died in Q4 1905 in Cherry Hinton.


REBECCA PAGE 08/09/1846-????

Born in West Wickham,Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 06/12/1846.

In 1851 Rebecca was living in Broad Green, Horseheath with her parents and siblings John, George, Eliza and Jane.

In 1861 Rebecca was living in a Cottage, Bartlow in Essex with her parents and siblings John, Jane, Mary, Sarah Ann and Alice. Rebecca was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Charles Hymus (b 1846 in Linton, Cambridgeshire) in Q2 1863 in Bartlow, Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Lydia 1862
John 1864
George William 1866
Edward Charles1869
Henry1872
Mary Jane1874
Alice Kate 1876
Ethel 1879
Gertrude 1879
Annie M1881
Minnie 1885
John 1885
Fred 1886

In 1871 Rebecca and Charles were living in Green, Linton with their children Lydia, John, George and Edward. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Rebecca and Charles were living in Camps Road, Bartlow, Cambridgeshire with their children John, George, Edward, Henry, Mary, Alice, Gertrude and Ethel. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Rebecca and Charles were still living in Camps Road with their children Gertrude, Ethel, Annie, Minnie and Fred. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer. Rebecca was working as a charwoman.

In 1901 Rebecca and Charles were living in Great Bartlow, Bartlow with their children George and Fred. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

JANE PAGE 1849-1892

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on

In 1851 Jane was living in Broad Green, Horseheath with her parents and siblings John, George, Eliza and Rebecca.

In 1861 Jane was living in a Cottage, Bartlow in in Essex with her parents and siblings Rebecca, John, Mary, Sarah Ann and Alice.

Her children:

William 1868
1868

In 1871 Jane was employed as a general servant at Dane House, Kedington, Suffolk. This was the home of William Jonas Webb and his family. Jane's son William was living with his grandparents William and Ann Page.

Married William Hill (b 1858 in Linton)in Q3 1880 in Linton.

Their children

Edith Mary 1882
Robert John1884
Alice Maud 1885
Ellen Rebecca 1887
Betsie 1889
Florrie 1890

In 1881 Jane and William were living in the High Street, Linton with Jane's son William. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Jane and William were still living in the High Street with their children Edith, Robert, Alice, Ellen, Bessie and Florie. Jane's son William was still living with them although he is described as a lodger this time. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Jane died in Linton in Q1 1892.

William then married Martha Gilbey (b abt. 1870 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) in Q2 11894 in Linton.

In 1901 William and Martha were living in Bastons (?) Green, Sacombe, Hertfordshire with William's children Robert, Bessie and Florrie. William was employed as a horse keeper on a farm.


MARY PAGE 1852-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 29/02/1852.

In 1861 Mary was living in a Cottage, Bartlow in Essex with her parents and siblings John, Rebecca, Jane, Sarah Ann and Alice.

In 1871 Mary was employed as a general servant at Middleton Hall, Middleton, Essex. This was the hme of John Turpin (farmer of 30 acres employing 17 men and 3 boys) and his family.

In 1881 Mary was employed as a cook (domestic servant) at Claypits Farm, Foxearth, Essex. This was the home of Henry Cobrer (farmer of 108 acres, employing 6 labourers and 2 boys) and his family.

Married George Skates in Q2 1883 in the Isle of Wight (possibly Ventnor).

George possibly died in Q1 1885 in Ventnor.

In 1891 widowed Mary was employed at as a domestic cook at Richmopnd House (under the cliffs) Ventnor. This was the home of Alfred William (fishing tackle manufacturer) and his wife.

In 1901 Mary was living at Buckingham House, Albert Street, Ventnor. She was a boarding house keeper. Living with her were her widowed sister Sarah a boarder named Percy Skates (25 year old clock wheel cutter, but any relation, I don't know?). There was also a visitor there that day named Julia Martin (living of her own means).


THOMAS PAGE 1854-1855

Born in Bartlow, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 11/06/1854.

Thomas died in Q1 1855 in Bartlow.

Nothing else is currently known.


SARAH ANN PAGE 1856-????

Born in Bartlow, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 31/08/1856.

In 1861 Sarah Ann was living in a Cottage, Bartlow in Essex with her parents and siblings John, Rebecca, Jane, Mary and Alice.

In 1871 Sarah Ann was employed as a domestic servant in Bartlow. This was the home of Robert Watkins (rector of Bartlow) and his family.

In 1881 Sarah Ann was employed as a domestic cook at Sydney Lodge, Ventnor on the Isle of Wight. This was the home of Alice Leeds (gentlewoman).

Married Henry Skates in Q3 1881 in Bartlow. It Was very difficult to find as they are both the only person on 2 seperate pages in that same quarter and I am not certain it was the right Skates..

Their child:

George Robert 1883

In 1891 Sarah was living at 6 Pound Lane, Ventner with her son George. I do not know where her husband was but she was listed as married. Sarah was a lodging house keeper and she had 2 lodgers by the names of Charles Sutton (vocalist) and Walter Verner (vocalist).

In 1901 Sarah was lving at Buckingham House, Albert Street, Ventnor. This was the boarding house home of her widowed sister Mary. Living in the house as well as Mary was a boarder named Percy Skates (25 year old clock wheel cutter, but any relation, I don't know?). There was also a visitor there that day named Julia Martin (living of her own means). Sarah did not have anything written for her employment, but maybe she helped Mary with running the boarding house.

Nothing else is currently known.


ALICE PAGE 1860-????

Born in Bartlow, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 16/09/1860.

In 1861 Alice was living in a Cottage, Bartlow in Essex with her parents and siblings John, Rebecca, Jane, Mary and Sarah Ann.

In 1871 Alice was living in Bartlow with her widowed mother and her nephew William (sister Jane's son).

In 1881 Alice was possibly working as a parlour maid in Wickham Road, Beckenham Kent. This was the home of wine merchant Cornelius Wilcox Wilson.

Married Thomas Saunders (b) in Q4 1887 in Beckenham.

Their child:

Thomas Edward 1889
Constance Alice 1893

In 1891 Alice and Thomas were living at 33 Fairfield, Beckenham with their son Thomas and a lodger named Walter Curtis (stable groom). Thomas was employed as a postman.

In 1901 Alice and Thomas were living in the same place with their children Edward (Thomas) and Constance and Alice's nephew Robert Skates (postman) Robert was Sarah's son George Robert. There was also a boarder named George College (domestic gardener) living there. Thomas was still employed as a postman.


Children of Thomas & Prudence grandchildren of Sarah & George, great grand children of Sarah & Thomas, 2x great grand children of John & Mary

BETSEY PAGE 15/08/1843-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/10/1843.

In 1851 Elizabeth (as she was known in this census) was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Robert and Alfred.

In 1861 Betsy was employed as a house servant at the Grange, West Wratting, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of Thomas Purkiss (farmer of 500 acres, employing 17 men and 3 boys) and his wife.

In 1871 Betsy was employed as a domestic servant at Chilford, Linton, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of William P Chalk (farmer of 710 acres, employing 31 men and 17 boys) and his family.

Possibly married Robert Cornell (b abt. 1843 in Linton, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1872 in West Wickham, using the name Elizabeth. I have checked the Free BMD for the Linton reg district from 1840 to 1846 and there is no Elizabeth Page registered. The Elizabeth married to Robert Cornell was born in West Wickham about 1844. This is why I think she may be Betsy. I will include the marriage here until told or proved otherwise.

In 1881 Elizabeth and Robert were living at the George and Dragon Inn, 1 Market Lane, Linton with a lodger named William Peters (agricultural labourer). Robert was employed as a Licensed Victualler.

There is a death for Elizabeth Cornell (right age) in Q3 1883 in the Linton reg district.


ROBERT PAGE 29/11/1847-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 06/02/1848.

In 1851 Robert was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Betsey and Alfred.

In 1861 Robert was still living in the same place with his parents and siblings Alfred, Edward, Phoebe and Sarah. There was also a lodger named Thomas Hyner (quite possibly his mother's father and therefore his grandfather) living there.

Married Sarah Deans (Dens) (b) on 29/12/1868 in West Wickham.

Their children:

John 1869
Thomas 1871
Albert Edward1873
Rebecca 1875
Obed 1877
Ernest Robert1882
Henry 1883
Elizabeth1885
Percy Frederick1888

In 1871 Robert and Sarah were living at 7 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their son John. Robert was employed as an agricultural labourer. There was also a widower named Thomas Hince living there. He was described as grandfather, so must have been Sarah's.

In 1881 Robert and Sarah were living at Church Farm Cottage, Babraham with their children John, Thomas, Albert, Rebecca, Obed and Emma. Robert was employed as a groom (domestic).

In 1891 Robert and Sarah were living in the same house with their children Thomas, Rebecca, Obed, Emma, Ernest, Henry, Elizabeth and Percy. Robert was employed as a groom.

In 1901 Robert and Sarah were still living at Church Farm Cottage with their children Thomas, Rebecca, Elizabeth and Percy. Robert was employed as a groom.


ALFRED PAGE 22/06/1850-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambrideshire.

Christened there on 06/10/1850.

In 1851 Alfred was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Betsey and Robert.

In 1861 Alfred was still living in the same place with his parents and siblings Robert, Edward, Phoebe and Sarah. There was also a lodger named Thomas Hyner (quite possibly his mother's father and therefore his grandfather) living there.

In 1871 Alfred was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents. Alfred was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Alfred was living in the same house with his parents, sister Sarah and niece Adeline. Alfred was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Alfred was still living in West Wickham with his parents and his sister Phoebe. Alfred was employed as a butcher.

In 1901 Alfred was living in Jolley Cottage, West Wickham with his widowed mother. Alfred was now the head of the house and employed as a pork butcher.


EDWARD PAGE 06/03/1852-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 05/05/1852.

In 1861 Edward was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Robert, Alfred, Phoebe and Sarah. There was also a lodger named Thomas Hyner (quite possibly his mother's father and therefore his grandfather) living there.

In 1871 Edward was employed as a general servant (domestic) at Avenue House, St Andrews the Less, Cambridge. This was the home of Thomas Hodgson Archer Hind (a magistrate and landowner) and his family.

Edward must have been well repected by Thomas Hind because in 1881 Edward was still working for him and his family as a groom (domestic). He had moved with the family from Cambridgeshire down to Devon and was working at the Farm House, Coomefishacre in Ippledon, Devon. Thomas Archer Hind was still employed as a magistrate.

In Q3 1883 Edward married Emma Parr (b 1851 in Chesterton, Cambridgeshire) in St Pauls, Cambridge. Edward and Emma had been working together while in the employment of Thomas Hind, both in 1871 and 1881. In 1871 Emma was working as a cook and as a servant in 1881.

Their children:

Herbert Edward 1884
Thomas William 1886

I cannot find the family at all in 1891.

In 1901 Edward and Emma were living at Coomefishacre Lodge, Ippenden with their son Herbert. Their other son Thomas was away at boarding school. Edward was employed as a coachman (domestic).


PHOEBE PAGE 31/12/1854-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/04/1855.

Was quite likely the twin sister of Sarah.

In 1861 Phoebe was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Robert, Alfred, Edward and Sarah. There was also a lodger named Thomas Hyner (quite possibly her mother's father and therefore her grandfather) living there.

In 1871 Phobe was employed as a domestic dervant at Common Road, Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of William D Leonard (farmer occupying 325 acres of land employing 14 men and 4 boys) and his family.

In 1881 Phoebe was employed as a cook, domestic servant at Holland Lodge, Eltham, London. This was the home of James Robert Huttlebower (commercial clerk and general merchant) and his family.

In 1891 Phoebe was living in West Wickham with her parents and brother Alfred.

Married John Woollard (b abt. 1861 in West Wickham) in West Wickham in Q3 1891. John was the brother of Phoebe's sister's Sarah 's husband, Daniel. He was also related to Phoebe through the Woollard line. His grandfather (John) was the brother of Robert, who was Phoebe's uncle Isaac's father.

In 1901 Phoebe and John were living in one of the Jollye (Follye) cottages in West Wickham. John was employed as a horsekeeper on a farm.



SARAH PAGE 31/12/1854-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/04/1855.

Was quite likely the twin sister of Phoebe.

In 1861 Sarah was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Robert, Alfred, Edward and Phoebe. There was also a lodger named Thomas Hyner (quite possibly her mother's father and therefore her grandfather) living there.

In 1871 Sarah was employed as a general servant at Church End Farm, Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire. She certainly liked to stay near her twin sister. This was the home of Frederick Jonas (farmer of 400 acres employing 12 men and 6 boys) and his family.

Her child:

Adeline 1879

In 1881 Sarah was back living at home with her parents in West Wickham Street, West Wickham. Also living there were her daughter Adeline and her brother Alfred.

Married Daniel Woollard (b 1858 in West Wickham) in West Wickham in 1883. Daniel was related to Sarah through the Woollard line. His grandfather (John) was the brother of Robert, who was Sarah's uncle Isaac's father.

Their children:

Henry 1884
Edith 1887
Alfred 1892
Thomas 1896

In 1891 Sarah and Daniel were living in West Wickham with her daughter Adeline and their children Henry and Edith. Daniel was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Sarah and Daniel were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their children Henry (named William in this census), Edith, Alfred and Thomas. Daniel was employed as a groom.

Children of Mary & Isaac grandchildren of Sarah & George, great grand children of Sarah & Thomas, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


ROBERT WOOLLARD 29/09/1841-1843

Born in West Wickham Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/12/1841.

Died in West Wickham in 1843 and was buried on 24/09/1845.


LARRY WOOLLARD 03/06/1843-????

Born in West Wickham Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 24/09/1843.

In 1851 Larry was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Elias, Pharoah and David. There was also a lodger named Henry Woollard who could possibly have been related.

In 1861 Larry was still living in the same place with his widowed father and siblings Pharoah, David, Sarah and George.

In 1871 Larry was a soldier based in Aldershot, Hampshire. He was a Private in the 94th Foot Regiment.

Nothing else is currently known.


ELIAS WOOLLARD 20/12/1844-1921

Born in West Wickham Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 03/04/1845.

In 1851 Elias was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Larry, Pharoah and David. There was also a lodger named Henry Woollard who could possibly have been related.

In 1871 Elias was an pauper inmate in Linton. This was presumably the workhouse. His brother George was also there with him.

Married Ann Large (b abt 1831 in St Helens, Lancashire) in Q1 1878 in the Prescot reg district, Lancashire. Ann was a widow with children and 14 years older than Elias

In 1881 Elias and Ann were living at 21 Hardy Street, Eccleston in Prescott, Lancashire with Ann's daughter Margaret (carrier in brickyard) and her 2 year old grand daughter daughter Maggie Forster. Elias was employed as a coalminer.

In 1891 Elias and Ann were living at 49 Doulton Street, Eccleston. Elias was still a coalminer.

I cannot find Elias in 1901.

Elias possibly died in Q2 1921 in the Prescot reg district, Lancashire.


PHARAOH WOOLLARD 07/08/1847-????

Born in West Wickham Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 03/10/1847.

In 1851 Pharaoh was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Larry, Elias and David. There was also a lodger named Henry Woollard who could possibly have been related.

In 1861 Pharoah was still living in the same place with his widowed father and siblings Larry, David, Sarah and George.

Married Ann Maria Reynolds (b 19/11/1850 in West Wickham) in West Wickham in 1867.

Their children:

Lawrence 1867
John 1870
George 1875
Kate 1879

In 1871 Pharoah and Ann Maria were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham. This was the house of Ann's widowed mother Charlotte Reynolds. Living with them were their sons Lawrence and baby John. Pharoah was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Pharoah and Ann Maria were living in the High Street, West Wickham with their children Lawrence, John, George, Kate. Pharoah was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Pharoah and Ann Maria were living at 52 Doulten Street, Eccleston, Lancashire with their children Lawrence, George and Kate. There were also 2 boarders named William Potter (bricklayers labourer) and Harry Ison (bricklayers labourer) living there. A visitor by the name of Edith Wilkins was also present that day. Pharoah was employed as a brickmaker overlooker (Foreman?).

In 1901 Pharoah and Ann Maria were living at 62 Gladstone Street, St Helen, Lancashire with their daughter Kate and her husband. Pharoah was employed as a brickmaker. Their son Lawrence and his family lived 2 doors down and son George and his family lived a few more doors away.

DAVID WOOLLARD 08/05/1850-1916

Born in West Wickham Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/09/1850.

In 1851 David was living with his parents and siblings Larry, Elias and Pharoah. There was also a lodger named Henry Woollard who could possibly have been related.

In 1861 David was still living in the same place with his widowed father and siblings Larry, Pharoah, Sarah and George.

In 1871 David was employed as a farm servant indoors at Challen (?) Farm, Waterbeach Cambridgeshire. This was the home of Nathan Cox (farmer of 250 acres, employing 7 men and 2 boys) and his family.

Married Harriet Fulcher (b abt 1857 in Stretham, Cambridgeshire)) in Q3 1874 Stretham, Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Celia 1875
George 1878

In 1881 David and Harriet were living in Short Lane Stretham with their children Celia and George and Ephraim Parnell (named as father in law). David was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Harriet died in Q3 1885 in the Ely reg district.

George then married Jemima Murgatroyd (b abt 1858 in Bradford, Yorkshire) in Q3 1887 in the Keighley reg district, West Riding of Yorkshire.

In 1891 George and Jemima were living at 40 Commercial Street, Keighley with his children Celia and George. Jemima's mother Mary lived next door along with Jemima's sisters Amelia and Emma. David was employed as a worsted coating packer. I think this is something do do with material and the mills.

In 1901 David and Jemima were living at 44 Commercial Street. David was employed as a labourer in worsted mill.

David possibly died in Q2 1916 in the Keighley reg district.


CELIA (SELIA) WOOLLARD 06/02/1853-????

Born in West Wickham Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 07/08/1853.

Nothing else is currently known.


SARAH ANN WOOLLARD 25/09/1855-1861

Born in West Wickham Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 06/07/1856.

In 1861 Sarah was still living in the High Street, West Wickhamwith her widowed father and siblings Larry, Pharoah and George.

Sarah possibly died in Q3 1861 in the Chresterton reg district, Cambridgeshire. My thinking here is that as her father disappeared after the 1861 census and 2 of her brothers appeared in the workhouse in 1871, Sarah may have been sent to relatives and died there. .


GEORGE WOOLARD 1857-1919

Born in West Wickham Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 George was still living in the same place with his widowed father and siblings Larry, Pharoah, David and Sarah.

In 1871 George was a 13 year old pauper

Married Hannah Jennings (b abt 1860 in Cambridgeshire) in Q2 1880 in the Linton reg distict.

Their children:

Jessie Eliza E 1881
Kate 1883
Alphonso George 1886
Dorothy May 1894
Ruby 1896

In 1881 George and Hannah were living at 42 Theobald Street, Croydon, Surrey with their baby daughter Jessie. George was employed as a builder.

In 1891 George and Hannah were living at 10 Providence Street, Kings Lynn, Norfolk with their children Jessie, Kate and Alphonso. George was employed as a butcher (journeyman).

In 1901 George and Hannah were living in Chapel Street, St Margaret, Kings Lynn with their children Kate, Alphonso, Dorothy and Ruby. George was employed as a butcher (slaughterman) with his own account.

George possibly died in Q1 1919 in the Kings Lynn reg district.


Children of John & Elizabeth grandchildren of Sarah & George, great grand children of Sarah & Thomas, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


GEORGE HENRY PAGE 05/11/1855-12/10/1932

Born in West Wickham Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 George was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parent, step sister Julia and sister Sarah Ann.

In 1871 George was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his step sister Selina and siblings Sarah, Sophia and Mary. His aunt Sarah and her daughter Eliza were also living in the house.

Married Emma Mynott(b 1855) on 19/06/1877 in West Wickham. Emma was his cousin and the daughter of Catherine Mynott.

Their children:

Annie Rebecca 1878
John 1881
William George 1883
Selina Mary 1886
Thomas Henry 1888
Edward 1891
Sophia 1893
Florrie 1895
Eliza 1898

In 1881 George and Emma were living in West Wickham with their children Annie and John. John was only 3 days old and had not yet been named. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 George and Emma were still living in West Wickham with their children William, Selina, Thomas and Edward. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 George and Emma were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their children John, William, Thomas, Edward, Sophia, Florrie and Eliza. George's cousin Sarah Page (now 69 years old) was also living with them. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

George died on 12/10/1932 in West Wickham.

Emma died on 16/07/1949 in West Wickham.


SARAH ANN PAGE 1858-????

Born in West Wickham Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Sarah was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents, step sister Julia and brother George.

In 1871 Sarah was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her step sister Selina and siblings George, Sophia and Mary. Her aunt Sarah and her daughter Eliza were also living in the house.

Nothing else is currently known.


SOPHIA PAGE 1862-????

Born in West Wickham Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Sophia was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her step sister Selina and siblings George, Sarah and Mary. Her aunt Sarah and her daughter Eliza were also living in the house.

In 1881 Sophia was employed as a general domewidow Mary Ann Mason (farmer employing 18 labourers) and her family.

Married Tom Hoare (b 1862 in Hungerford, Berkshire) in the Marylebone reg district in Q 1 1885.

Their children:

Phoebe 1885
Frank 1898
Sarah Annie E 1900

In 1891 Sophia and Tom were living at 6 Carlton Terrace, Friern Barnet, Middlesex with their daughter Phoebe and a niece named Lilian M Gibbens. Tom was employed as a Police Constable.

In 1901 Sophia and Tom were living at 59 Parkhurst Road, Friern Barnet with their children Phoebe, Frank and Sarah. Tom was now working as a railway labourer.


MARY PAGE 1865-????

Born in West Wickham Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Mary was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her step sister Selina and siblings George, Sarah and Sophia. Her aunt Sarah and her daughter Eliza were also living in the house.

In 1881 Mary was employed as a domestic servant at 27 Grip Cottage, Linton. This was the home of Henry Prior (brewers miller employing 12 men and 4 boys) and his family.

Her children:

Albert 1886
Rebecca 1887
Henry 1890

In 1891 Mary was living back home with her parents in West Wickham and children Albert, Rebecca and Henry.

In 1901 Mary was living in Burton's End, West Wickham with her widowed mother and her sons Albert and Henry.

Children of Jane & John grandchildren of Ann & John, great grand children of Sarah & Thomas, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


ANN WEBB 1826-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 22/01/1826.

In 1841 Ann was living in West Wratting with her parents and siblings Mary, James, William, Henry and Edward.

Nothing else is currently known.


MARY WEBB 1827-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/12/1827.

In 1841 Mary was living in West Wratting with her parents and siblings Ann, James, William, Henry and Edward.

Nothing else is currently known.


JAMES WEBB 1830-1852

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 30/05/1830.

In 1841 James was living in West Wratting with his parents and siblings Ann, Mary, William, Henry and Edward.

In 1851 James was still living in West Wratting with his parents and siblings Betsy, William, Henry and Edward. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

James died in West Wratting in 1882 and was buried there on 27/02/1852.


ELIZABETH WEBB 1832-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 23/09/1832.

I cannot find Elizabeth in 1841.

In 1851 Betsy (as she was known) was still living in West Wratting with her parents and siblings James, William, Henry and Edward.

Nothing else is currently known although there is a death in Q3 1854 in the Linton reg district that may fit.


WILLIAM WEBB 1837-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 27/12/1835.

In 1841 William was living in West Wratting with his parents and siblings Ann, Mary, James, Henry and Edward.

In 1851 William was still living in West Wratting with his parents and siblings James, Betsy, Henry and Edward.

Nothing else is currently known.


HENRY WEBB 1838-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 13/05/1838.

In 1841 Henry was living in West Wratting with his parents and siblings Ann, Mary, James, William and Edward.

In 1851 Henry was still living in West Wratting with his parents and siblings James, Betsy, William and Edward.

In 1861 Henry was still living in West Wratting with his parents. Henry was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Jane Hobbs (b abt 1843 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1869 Balsham.

In 1871 Henry and Jane were living at the Red Lion, Mill End, Cherry Hinton, Cambridgeshire. Henry was employed as a coachman and Jane worked as a dressmaker.

Nothing else is currently known.


EDWARD WEBB 1841-1860

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 18/04/1841.

In 1841 Edward was living in West Wratting with her parents and siblings Ann, Mary, James, William and Henry.

In 1851 Henry was still living in West Wratting with his parents and siblings James, Betsy, William and Henry.

Edward died in West Wratting in 1860 and was buried there on 15/07/1860.


Children of Thomas & Sarah grandchildren of Ann & John, great grand children of Sarah & Thomas, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


MARY ANN BALES 1824-????

Born in West Wickham Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 21/03/1824.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Ann & Edward grandchildren of Ann & John, great grand children of Sarah & Thomas, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


CHARLES WOOLLARD 1830-1890

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/12/1830.

I cannot find Charles and his family in 1841.

in 1851 Charles was employed as a servant (agricultural labourer) at Fulbourne Valley, Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of John Wells (farmer, farming 376 acres, employing 10 labourers) and his family.

Married Harriet Hancock (b 1829 in West Wickham) on 27/11/1852 in All saint's church, Fulborne

Their children:

Emma 1853
Edward 1857
Mary Eliza A1858
Alice Mary1862
Ellen 1865
Charles Herbert 1867
Mary Ann 1871
Bertha 1875

In 1861 Charles and Harriet were living in the High Street, West Wickham with their children Emma and Eliza (Mary). Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 Charles and Harriet were living in Fen, Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire with their children Emma, Mary, Alice, Ellen, Charles and baby Mary Ann. There is a blank space for the occupation.

In 1881 Charles and Harriet were living in Chittering Fen, Waterbeach (possibly the same place as in 1871) with their children Charles, Mary and Bertha. Charles was employed as an agricultural labourer. Next door lived their daughter Emma, her husband and their daughter.

Charles died in Waterbeach in Q4 1890.

In 1891 Harriet was living at Challis Fruit Farm Cottage, Waterbeach with her daughter Bertha. Her eldest daughter Emma and her family lived close by in Challis Fruit Farm.

Harriet died in Waterbeach in Q1 1893.


Children of Ann & Josiah grandchildren of John & Charlotte, great grand children of Sarah & Thomas, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


ELIZABETH POTTER 1832-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 24/10/1832.

In 1841 Elizabeth was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Charlotte, John and Eliza.

I believe Elizabeth died in West Wickham in Q4 1841.


WILLIAM POLLARD POTTER 1834-1834

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 16/03/1834.

Died in West Wickham that same year.


CHARLOTTE POLLARD POTTER 1835-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 28/06/1835.

In 1841 Charlotte was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Elizabeth, John and Eliza.

Nothing else is currently known.


JOHN THOMAS POTTER 13/02/1838-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/04/1838.

In 1841 John was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Elizabeth, Charlotte and Eliza.

In 1851 John was employed as a 13 year old errant boy (servant) at Yen Hall, West Wickham. This was the home of James Leonard (farmer of 300 acres employing 16 labourers) and his daughter.

In 1861 John was back living with his parents in Bottle Hall, West Wickham. His sister Mary Ann was also living there as well as a 9 month old lodger named Mary Ann Surpin. John was employed as a labourer.

John possibly married Eliza Dare (b 1843 in Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1867 in Cambridge.

Their children:

Charles 1869
William Edward 1871
Lucie Jane 1875
Ada Florence 1877
Rebecca Louise 1883
Mabel May 1885

In 1871 John and Elizabeth were living at Turpins Farm, Moulton, Suffolk with their son Charles. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 John and Eliza were living in Denver, Norfolk with their children William, Jane and Ada. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 John and Eliza were living in Downham Road, Denver, Norfolk with their children William, Ada, Louisa and Mabel. John was employed as a dog trainer Is the best I can come up with from this transcript and the 1901 one. (RG12/1572 Folio 72, page 1 - top of the list).

In 1901 John and Eliza were living in the same house with their children Ada, Louisa and Mabel. John was employed as a dog trainer still.


ELIZA POTTER 19/08/1840-1925

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/11/1840.

In 1841 Eliza was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Elizabeth, Charlotte and John.

In 1851 Eliza was living in Chalke Road, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Sarah, Mary Ann and William.

In 1861 Eliza was employed as a house servant at ? Hall, Linton, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of George (farmer of 289 acres employing 9 men and 5 boys) and his family.

Married William Pollard Crick (b 15/06/1837 in West Wickham) on 20/03/1862 in West Wickham. William was Eliza's cousin, the son of James Crick and Sarah Pollard (her mother's sister).

Their children:

John Thomas 1862
Sarah Ann Judith1863
Susan 1866
Bergin 1868
Florence 1873
Thomas 1874

In 1871 Eliza and William were living at 3 Gothic Cottages, Station Road, Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire with their children John, Sarah Ann, Susan and Burgin. There was also a lodger named William Goodchild (groom) living with them. William was employed as a gardener.

In 1881 Eliza and William were living at 4 Gothic Cottages, Lower Station Road in Wood Ditton with their children John, Sarah, Susan, Bergan, Florence and Thomas. There was also a boarder named Caroline Brown (machinist / seamstress) living there. William was still employed as a gardener.

In 1891 Eliza and William were living at 5 Park Cottages, Newmarket with their children Sarah, Florrie and Thomas. William was employed as a garedener - domestic servant.

In 1901 Eliza and William were living at the same place with their daughter Sarah. William was still working as a gardener, but this time he was an employer, not an employee.

Eliza possibly died in Q2 1925 in the Newmarket reg district.


SARAH POTTER 16/08/1843-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/10/1843.

In 1851 Sarah was living in Chalke Road, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Eliza, Mary Ann and William.

In 1861 Sarah was employed as a housemaid inSt Peter's Street, Duxford, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of George Jonas (farmer of 400 acres employing 10 men and 8 boys) and his family. It seemed quite a few members of the various branches of the Mynott family worked for a Jonas at some point in their lives.

In 1871 Sarah was employed as a domestic housemaid in the Flare Inn, High Street, Newmarket. This was the home of Charles Snell (Inn Keeper) and his family.

Nothing else is currently known.


MARY ANN POTTER 03/04/1846-1910

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/06/1846.

In 1851 Mary Ann was living in Chalke Road, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Eliza, Sarah and William.

In 1861 Mary Ann was living with her parents in Bottle Hall, West Wickham. Her brother John was also living there as well as a 9 month old lodger named Mary Ann Surpin.

Married Thomas William Pollard (b 1846 in West Wickham) in Q4 1866 in the Marylebone reg district.Thomas was the son of Thomas Pollard and Matilda Hayward and Mary's cousin.

Their children:

Winifred 1868
Frances 1869
Abel 1872
Thomas 1873
Edith 1874
Katey Caroline Ann1876
William 1879
Florence 1882
Frank 1885
Rosie1890
Daisy 1891

I cannot find the family in 1871.

In 1881 Mary Ann and Thomas were living at 5 Bradley Street, Lambeth, London with their children Winifred, Frances, Abel, Edith, Katey and William. Thomas was employed as a farrier.

In 1891 Mary Ann and Thomas were living at 5 Bradley Street, Lambeth, London with their children Winifred, Abel, Katey, William, Florence, Frank and Rosey. There was also 2 lodgers named Charlotte Collingwood and Bessie Langridge (both laundry women). William was employed as a Farrier.

Thomas died in 1895 in the Lambeth reg district.

In 1901 Mary Ann was living in the same house wth her children Winifred, Thomas, William, Florence, Frank, Rosey and Daisy. Her married daughter Kate was also living there. Mary was employed as a tarpaulin sheet maker.

Mary died in 1910 in the Lambeth reg district.


WILLIAM POTTER 28/02/1849-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/06/1849.

In 1851 William was living in Chalke Road, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Eliza, Sarah and Mary Ann.

In 1861 William was employed as a 13 year old kitchen biy at Yen Hall, West Wickham. This was the home of John Francis (farmer of 486 acres employing 16 men & 4 boys) and his family. This home was not very far from his parents house.

I cannot find William in 1871.

Married Mary Ann Winterford (b abt 1854 in Abington, Cambridgeshire) in Q2 1873 in Cambridge.

Their chidren:

Charlotte 1873
Kate 1875
John 1876
William 1878
Annie 1880
Florence 1884
George 1885
Daisy 1887
Eliza Nellie1889
Frederick 1891
Lily 1893
Rose Maud1896

In 1881 William and Mary Ann were living at 2 Northampton Street, St Giles, Cambridge with their children Charlotte, Kate, John, William and Annie. William was employed as a bricklayers labourer.

In 1891 William and Mary Ann were living in the same house with their children John, William, Annie, Florrie, George, Daisy and Nellie. William was still employed as a bricklayers labourer.

In 1901 William and Mary Ann were living in the same house with their children Daisy, Nellie, Fred, Lily and Maud. William was still employed as a bricklayers labourer.


Children of Sarah & James grandchildren of John & Charlotte, great grand children of Sarah & Thomas, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


BETSEY CRICK 1833-1834

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 05/04/1833.

Died in West Wickham in 1834.


ELIZABETH CRICK 1835-1836

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 16/01/1835.

Died in West Wickham in 1836.


WILLIAM POLLARD CRICK 15/01/1837-1914

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 23/07/1837.

In 1841 William was living in the High Street in West Wickham with his parents and brother Thomas.

In 1851 William was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings Elizabeth, John, Susan and Thomas. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1861 William was living in the High Street in West Wickham with his parents and siblings John and Susan. William was employed as a labourer.

Married Eliza Potter (b 19/08/1840 in West Wickham) on 20/03/1862 in West Wickham. Eliza was William's cousin and the daughter of Ann Pollard and Josiah Potter.

Their children:

John Thomas 1862
Sarah Ann Judith1863
Susan 1866
Bergin 1868
Florence 1873
Thomas 1874

In 1871 William and Eliza were living at 3 Gothic Cottages, Station Road, Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire with their children John, Sarah Ann, Susan and Burgin. There was also a lodger named William Goodchild (groom) living with them. William was employed as a gardener.

In 1881 William and Eliza were living at 4 Gothic Cottages, Lower Station Road in Wood Ditton with their children John, Sarah, Susan, Bergan, Florence and Thomas. There was also a boarder named Caroline Brown (machinist / seamstress) living there. William was still employed as a gardener.

In 1891 William and Eliza were living at 5 Park Cottages, Newmarket with their children Sarah, Florrie and Thomas. William was employed as a garedener - domestic servant.

In 1901 William and Eliza were living at the same place with their daughter Sarah. William was still working as a gardener, but this time he was an employer, not an employee.

William died in 1914.

Eliza possibly died in Q2 1925 in the Newmarket reg district.


THOMAS CRICK 05/10/1839-1887

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 22/12/1839.

In 1841 Thomas was living in the High Street in West Wickham with his parents and brother William.

In 1851 Thomas was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings William, Elizabeth, John and Susan.

Married Susan (Susannah) Abbott (b abt 1836 in Horwich, Lancashire) in Q3 1868 in the Bolton reg district, Lancashire. Marriage on Free BMD as Creek. Susannah already had a daughter named Alice.

Their children:

John 1870
Thomas 1872

In 1871 Thomas and Susannah were living at Garton Fold, Horwich, Lancashire with their children Alice and John. Thomas was employed as a wagon drayman.

In 1881 Thomas and Susan were living at 26 Winterhey Lane, Horwich with their daughter Alice. Thomas was now employed as a grocer.

Thomas died in Q1 1887 in the Bolton reg district.


SARAH CRICK 17/07/1842-1842

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 04/08/1842.

Died in West Wickham in 1842.


BETSY CRICK 14/02/1844-1883

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 10/03/1844.

In 1851 Elizabeth was living in West Wickham with her parents and siblings William, John, Susan and Thomas.

I cannot find Betsey in 1861.

Married William Jacobs (b 1847 in Dullingham, Cambridgeshire) in Q1 1868. William was her cousin and the son of George Jacobs and Sophia Backler.

Their children:

James 1870 (c) 14/08/1870
Sarah Ann 1871 (c)12/11/1871
Alice 1873 (c)06/07/1873
Albert 1874 (c) 05/07/1874
Alice1878
John 1881

In 1871 Betsy and William were living in Old Farm Road, Balsham, Cambridgeshire with their son James. William was employed as a hurdle maker.

In 1881 Betsy and William were living by the Chapel, Great Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire with their children James, Sarah, Albert, Alice and John. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Betsy died in West Wickham in 1883.


JOHN POLLARD CRICK 08/05/1848-06/05/1937

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 20/06/1848.

In 1851 John was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings William, Elizabeth, Susan and Thomas.

In 1861 John was living in the High Street in West Wickham with his parents and siblings William and Susan.

In 1871 John was living in the same place with his widowed mother. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Mary Turner (b 21/12/1848 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) in West Wickham on 03/08/1872.

Their children:

Thomas 1873
Frederick 1874
Flora1876
Sarah Maria1878
John1880
Basil 1881
Lily 1883
William 1886
Mary1890

In 1881 John and Mary were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their children Thomas, Frederick, Flora and John. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 John and Mary were living in West Wickham with their children Thomas, Frederick, Sarah, John, Basil, Lily, William and baby Mary. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 John and Mary were living in The Barracks, West Wickham with their children John, Basil, William and Mary. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

John died in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire on 06/05/1937

SUSAN CRICK 05/12/1850-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/06/1851.

In 1851 Susan was living in West Wickham with her parents and siblings William, Elizabeth, John and Thomas.

In 1861 Susan was living in the High Street in West Wickham with her parents and siblings William and John.

Married John Plumb (b 1844 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) in Balsham on 05/12/1870.

Their children:

Elizabeth 1871
William 1873
Harry 1876
Arthur1880
Sidney 1883
Flora 1885
Herbert 1888
Reginald1891
Philip 1892

In 1871 Susan and John were living in The Approach (possibly to the village itself) in Balsham. John was employed as a horse keeper.

In 1881 Susan and John were living in Wood Hale, Balsham with their children Elizabeth, William, Harry and Arthur. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 Susan and John were living in The Fox, Balsham with their children Elizabeth, Arthur, Sydney, Flora, Herbert and Reginald. There was also 3 lodgers named Fredrick Maile (shoe maker), Avery Prior (straw binder) and Harry Chambers (farm labourer). John was employed as landlord (of the pub presumably) and general labourer.

John died in 1896.

In 1901 the widowed Susan was living in Fox End Balsham with her children Sidney,Herbert, Reginald and Philip. There were also boarders named Harry Chambers (agricultural labourer), Frederick Maile (shoe maker) and William Speed (77 years old). Susan was employed as an innkeeper so she may well have still been living in The Fox. It was obviously a cosy place to stay as 2 of the boarders were there 10 years previously.


Children of Thomas & Matilda grandchildren of John & Charlotte, great grand children of Sarah & Thomas, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


EMILY POLLARD 23/10/1841-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 21/11/1841.

In 1851 Emily was living in the High Street West Wickham with her mother (cannot find her father) and siblings Louisa and Thomas.

I cannot find Emily in 1861 .

Married George Manning (b 1840 in Gt. Wilbraham Cambridgeshire) on 23/10/1863 in Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

George W 1866
Esther Ann 1868
Martha Rebecca1870
Elizabeth Susannah1878
Emily Alice 1881
Peter Thomas 1882

In 1871 Emily and George were living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with their children George, Esther and Martha. Also there that day was Emily's niece Sarah M Woolard, daughter of her sister Louisa and John Woollard. George was employed as a shepherd.

In 1881 Emily and George were living in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire with their chldren George, Esther, Martha, Elizabeth and Emily. George was employed as a shepherd, as was his son.

In 1891 Emily and George were living ina cottage in Horseheath with their children Martha, Alice and Peter. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Emily and George were living in Lark Hall Cottage, Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire. Their grandson Frederick Thomas Manning was there that day. Fred was the son of their eldest child, George. George was still working as a shepherd.


LOUISA POLLARD 05/01/1844-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 16/06/1844.

In 1851 Louisa was living in the High Street West Wickham with her mother (cannot find her father) and siblings Emily and Thomas.

In 1861 Louisa was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and brother William (Thomas).

Married John Woollard (b 1831 in West Wickham) on 17/11/1865 in West Wickham. John was a butcher at the time of the marriage.

Their children:

Frederick 1867
Sarah 1868
Elizabeth 1870
Louisa 1872
Ernest 1876

In 1871 Louisa and John were living in the Railway Tavern (public house), Station Road, Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire with their son Frederick. John was employed as an inn keeper. There was also a 19 year old servant named Louisa Momsfield living there.

In 1881 Louisa is living at 1 Burleigh Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge with her children Sarah, Elizabeth, Louisa and Ernest. Louisa was employed as a charwoman. I do not know where John was, I cannot find him, but Louisa is written as married.

John died 01/12/1885 in a workhouse in Cambridgeshire. He had been a shoemaker.

In 1891 Louisa was still living in Burleigh Street, but this time number 14. She was still working as a laundress and living with her was her daughter Louisa and a lodger named Thomas I Blyth(widower and accountant).

In 1901 Louisa was living in the same house with 2 lodgers. Their names were Thomas Blyth (clerk) and Stephen Draper (shoemaker). Louisa was still working as a laundress.


THOMAS WILLIAM POLLARD 01/04/1846-1895

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 18/06/1846.

In 1851 Thomas was living in the High Street West Wickham with his mother (cannot find her father) and siblings Emily and Louisa.

In 1861 Thomas was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and sister Louisa. He was named as William in this census.

Married Mary Ann Potter (b 03/04/1846 in West Wickham) in 1866 in the Marylebone reg district. Mary was the daughter of Ann Pollard and Josiah Potter and was his cousin.

Their children:

Winifred 1867
Frances Matilda 1869
Abel 1872
Thomas 1873
Edith 1874
Katey Caroline Ann1875
William 1879
Florence 1882
Frank 1885
Rosie1890
Daisy 1891

I cannot find the family in 1871.

in 1881 Thomas and Mary Ann were living at 5 Bradley Street, Lambeth, London with their children Winifred, Frances, Abel, Edith, Katey and William. Thomas was employed as a farrier.

In 1891 Thomas and Mary Ann were living at 5 Bradley Street, Lambeth, London with their children Winifred, Abel, Katey, William, Florence, Frank and Rosey. There was also 2 lodgers named Charlotte Collingwood and Bessie Langridge (both laundry women). William was employed as a Farrier.

Thomas died in 1895 in the Lambeth reg district.

In 1901 Mary Ann was living in the same house wth her children Winifred, Thomas, William, Florence, Frank, Rosey and Daisy. Her married daughter Kate was also living there. Mary was employed as a tarpaulin sheet maker.

Mary died in 1910 in the Lambeth reg district.


MERCY POLLARD 14/09/1857-1857

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 11/10/1857.

Died in West Wickham after only a few months of life.


Children of John & Mary grandchildren of John & Charlotte, great grand children of Sarah & Thomas, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


ADELAIDE POLLARD 07/07/1848-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/10/1848.

In 1851 Adelaide was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and sister Charlotte.

In 1861 Adelaide was still living in the High Street with her parents and siblings Charlotte, John, Ellen, Walter, George and William.

I cannot find Adelaide in 1871.

Married Edwin Tanton (b 1855 in Peters Marland, Devon) in East London in 1877.

In 1881 Adelaide and Edwin were living at 3 Bradley Street, Lambeth with 2 boarders named Charles Trevitt and William Goddard. Edwin and the 2 boarders were all railway porters. Living next door was Adelaide's sister Charlotte, her husband Samuel Read and their baby son. Living 2 houses away were Adelaides 2 cousins Thomas Pollard (son of Thomas Pollard and Matilda Hayward) and Mary Ann (Pollard (nee Potter and daughter of Ann Pollard and Josiah Potter) and their family.

Nothing else is currently known


CHARLOTTE POLLARD 31/12/1849-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 13/01/1850.

In 1851 Charlotte was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and sister Adelaide.

In 1861 Charlotte was still living in the High Street with her parents and siblings Adelaide, John, Ellen, Walter, George and William.

In 1871 Charlotte was employed as a general servant at Shardelows (?) Farm, Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of James King (farmer 874 acres, employing 21 men and 5 boys) and his family.

Married Samuel Read (b abt. 1851 in Poole, Dorset) in Q2 1878 in the Lambeth reg district, London.

Their children:

George William 1880
Samuel Walter 1883
Bertie 1889

In 1881 Charlotte and Samuel were living at 2 Bradley Street, Lambeth, London with their son George. Samuel was employed as a railway porter. Living next door was Charlotte's sister Adelaide and her husbund Edwin Tanton. Living 3 doors down were Charlotte's 2 cousins Thomas Pollard (son of Thomas Pollard and Matilda Hayward) and Mary Ann (Pollard (nee Potter and daughter of Ann Pollard and Josiah Potter) and their family.

In 1891 Charlotte and Samuel were still living in the same house with their children George, Samuel W, and Buster. There were also 2 lodgers named John Smith and David Sharrock living there. Samule was employed as a railway porter and the 2 lodgers were both blacksmiths.Charlotte' s cousins Thomas and Mary Ann Pollard still lived 3 doors down with their children.

In 1901 Charlotte and Samuel were living at 13 Camellia Street, Lambeth with their children George, Samuel and Bertie. There was also a boarder named Charles Mills (blacksmith on railway loco). Samuel was employed as a railway choker.


JOHN THOMAS POLLARD 18/05/1851-1896

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/06/1851.

In 1861 John was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Adelaide, Charlotte, Ellen, Walter, George and William.

In 1871 John was living on a farm near Ely Road, Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire. This is the home of his uncle Benjamin Gault (farmer of 22 acres, employinf 2 men) and his family. John was employed as assisting on the farm.

Married an Ellen Ann ? (b 1856 in Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire) where abouts I do not know.

Their children:

Alfred E 1876
John 1880
Eliza 1882
George 1884
Louisa1887
Annie 1890

In 1881 John and Ellen were living at 9 Fitzalan Street, Brightside Bierlow, Yorkshire with their sons Alfred and John. John was employed as a brewers carter.

In 1891 John and Ellen were living at Cottage 2, Froggath Lane, South Sheffield with their children Alfred, John, Eliza, George, Louisa and Annie. John was employed as a bricklayers labourer.

John died in Sheffield in 1896.

In 1901 Ellen was living in Brightside Bierlow with her children John, Eliza, George, Louisa and Annie. There was also a boarder named William Dobson (road labourer).


WILLIAM POLLARD 1852-1853

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 04/09/1852.

Died in West Wickham the following year.


ELLEANOR ROSINA POLLARD 22/10/1853-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 19/06/1851. <>Known as Ellen.

In 1861 Ellen was living in the High Stree, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Adelaide, Charlotte, John, Walter, George and William.

In 1871 Ellen was employed as a servant at Barcham Hall, Linton, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of widower Edward Claydon (farmer of 97 acres, employing 28 men and 18 boys) and his brother.

Married Joshua Woollard (b 06/12/1845 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) on 23/10/1874 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were John Pollard and Emma Richmond.

Their children:

Frederick 1874
Emma 1877
Ada1878
John1880
Eleanor1883
Henry Joshua 1887
Albert 1889
George William1891
Adelaide 1893

In 1881 Ellen and Joshua were living at 31 Aukland Street (confectioners), Lambeth, London with their children Frederick, Emma, Ada and John. Joshua was employed as a labourer.

In 1881 Ellen and Joshua were living at 6 Barnes Terrace, Lambeth with their children rederick, Emma, Ellen, Joshua, Albert and George. There was also a boarder named William Wilkinson (railway porter ) living there. Joshua was employed as a horsekeeper - groom.

Joshua died in 1898 in Lambeth, London.

In 1901 Ellen was living in the same house with her children Frederick, Ellen, Joshua, Albert, George and Adelaide.


GEORGE INKERMAN POLLARD 07/06/1855-1856

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/12/1855.

Died in West Wickham the following year and was buried there on 04/09/1856.


WALTER POLLARD 1856-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 21/06/1857.

In 1861 Walter was living in the High Stree, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Adelaide, Charlotte, John, Ellen, George and William.

In 1871 Walter was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings George, William, Mary Ann, Annie Agness, Isabella and John.

Married Jane Coulson (b 1862 in Swacey, Cambridgeshire) in 1878 in Chesterton, Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Caroline 1879
Agnes 1881

In 1881 Walter and Jane were living at Fen End, Waterbeach with their daughters Caroline and baby Agnes. Walter was employed as an agricultural labourer.

I cannot find this family after 1881.


GEORGE POLLARD 1858-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 George was living in the High Stree, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Adelaide, Charlotte, John, Ellen, Walter and William.

In 1871 George was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Walter, William, Mary Ann, Annie Agness, Isabella and John.

In 1881 George was still living in the same place with is mother and brother John. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 George was living at 9 Walton terrace in Lambeth, London with his mother and siblings George, Isabella and John H. There were also boarders named Stephen Drew and William Dimmick. George was employed as a horsekeeper groom. Also living there was a niece Lily Bennet. She was the daughter of his sister Mary Ann.

Married Caroline Cherry ( b 1870 in Banbury, Oxfordshire) in Q1 1894 in the Lambeth reg district, London.

In 1901 George and Caroline were living at 30 Riverhall Street, Lambeth. George was employed as a railway horsekeeper groom.


WILLIAM POLLARD 1860-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 25/12/1863.

In 1861 William was living in the High Stree, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Adelaide, Charlotte, John, Ellen, Walter and George.

In 1871 William was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Walter, George, Mary Ann, Annie, Agness, Isabella and John.

I cannot find William in 1881.

Married Charlotte Read Martin (b 1867 in Kingstone, Somerset) in Lambeth London in Q1 1888.

Their children:

William 1889
Elsie 1892
Brunette 1898

In 1891 William and Charlotte were living at 25 Arden Street, Battersea, London with their son William. William was employed as a coal porter. There were also a 71 year old William Arkell (carver frame maker) and his wife Caroline there that day. William Arkell was described as friend. This is the first time I have come across friend in the relation column.

In 1901 William and Charlotte were living in the same house with their children William, Elsie and Brunette. Also living there was Charlotte's sister Louisa Martin and 4 boarders named William Plan (coal porter), William Bailey (labourer in ship yard), William Plant (fitter labourer) and Stephen Drew (raioway guard). William was employed as a coal porter. Life in that household must have been fun when anybody called the name William!!

MARY ANN POLLARD 1862-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Mary Ann was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Walter, George, William, Annie, Agness, Isabella and John.

In 1881 Mary was employed as a maid domestic servant at 39 Up Brook Street, Hanover Square, London. This was the home of dentist William L G Elliott and his family.

Married James Charles Bennet in Q4 1887 in Lambeth.

Her children:

Lily 1887
James 1889
John R1890
Alfred G1893

In 1891 Mary Ann and James were living at 35 Aukland Street, Lambeth with their sons James and John. Daughter Lily was round at her grandmother's house that day. James was employed as an insurance agent.

In 1901 Mary Ann and James were living at 11 Camellia Street, Lambeth with their children Lily and Alfred. There was also a boarder named Reuben Gillam living there. James was employed as a postman. Mary Ann's sister Charlotte and her family were living 2 doors away at number 13.


ANNIE POLLARD 1864-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Annie was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Walter, George, William, Mary Ann, Agness, Isabella and John. In 1881 Ann was employed as a general servant at The Cross, Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of Thomas Allen (gentleman) and his family.

Nothing else is currently known but could possibly have married Alfred Jennings in Q3 1884 in St George, Hanover Square reg district, London.


AGNES POLLARD 1865-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Agnes was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Walter, George, William, Mary Ann, Annie, Isabella and John

In 1881 Agnes was employed as a general servant in White Hall, West Wickham Street. This was the home of John de Fraines (Lecturer and author on social subjects) and his family.

In 1891 Agnes was employed as a housemaid at North View, Mount Nod Road,Streatham, London. This was the home of Frederick F Shakespeare (metal merchant and manufacturer) and his wife.

Agnes possibly married Henry Albert Perry in Q2 1892 in the Lambeth reg district, London.

In 1901 Agnes was living at 32 Dawlish SStreet, Lambeth with a boarder named Emily Ford (laundress). Agnes is listed as head of the house but there is no sign of Henry.


ISABELLA POLLARD 1867-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Isabella was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Walter, George, William, Mary Ann, Annie, Agness and John.

I cannot find Isabella in 1881.

In 1891 Isabella was living at 9 Walton Terrace in Lambeth, London with her mother and siblings George and John H. There were also boarders named Stephen Drew and William Dimmick. Isabella was employed as a cook domestic servant. Also there that day was a niece Lily Bennet. She was the daughter of her sister Mary Ann.

Married Willian Dimmock (b abt 1870 in Leighton, Buckinghamshire) in Q4 1892 in the Lambeth reg district)

Their child:

William Walter 1900

In 1901 Isabella and William were living at 2 Bradley Street, Lambeth with their son William. William was employed as a horsekeeper groom. This street was very popular with members of the Mynott family and it's off shoots. Various cousins had lived in at some part of their life.


JOHN HENRY POLLARD 1870-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 John was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Walter, George, William, Mary Ann, Annie, Agness and Isabella.

In 1881 John was still living in the same place with is mother and brother George.

In 1891 John was living at 9 Walton terrace in Lambeth, London with his mother and siblings George and Isabella. There were also boarders named Stephen Drew and William Dimmick. John was employed as a horsekeeper groom. Also there that day was a niece Lily Bennet. She was the daughter of his sister Mary Ann.

In 1901 John was boarding at 35 Gilpin Streetbrewers drayman) and his family.John was employed as a general labourer. I believe Benjamin was his uncle and the same one his brother John Thomas Pollard, stayed with back in 1871.


Children of Harriet & John grandchildren of Mary Ann & John, great grand children of Ann & James, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


HARRIET ANN BARTLE 1856-1877

Born in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.

In 1861 Harriet was living in Regent Street, Kings Lynn with her mother and siblings John and Emma. Her grandmother Mary Ann Hitchcock (mother's mother) and her uncle Newman Hitchcock (mother's brother) were also living there. Harriet's father was most likely away at sea.

In 1871 Harriet was living miles away from Norfolk in Nelson Street, Willington, Northumberland with her parents and siblings John, Emma, Constance, Lilian and Annie.

Married William Charles E Green in Q3 1873 in the Tynemouth reg district.

Their child:

John Charles 1877

Harriet died in Q2 1877 in the Tynemouth reg district. I believe she may well have died in childbirth or shortly after as this was the same quarter as her son was registered.


JOHN ANDREW CHADWICK BARTLE 1858-1902

Born in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.

In 1861 John was living in Regent Street, Kings Lynn with his mother and siblings Harriet and Emma. His grandmother Mary Ann Hitchcock (mother's mother) and his uncle Newman Hitchcock (mother's brother) were also living there. John's father was most likely away at sea.

In 1871 John was living miles away from Norfolk in Nelson Street, Willington, Northumberland with his parents and siblings Harriet, Emma, Constance, Lilian and Annie. John was employed doing something to ship's plates.

In 1881 John was living at 30 Nelson Street, Willington Quay with his parents and siblings Emma, Lilian, Annie, Benjamin and William. There was also a nephew John Green (son of Harriet) living there. John was employed as a blacksmith.

Married Isabella Crowthers (b 1859 in Willington Quays, Northumberland) in Q4 1883 in the Newcastle upon Tyne reg district.

Their children:

John 1885
George 1886
Harriet1888
Martha 1889
Ethel1890

In 1891 John and Isabella were living in Stephenson Street, Wallsend, Northumberland with their children John, George, Harriet, Martha and Ethel. Also there that day was Ellen Crowther ( Isabella's niece) and Hannah Hill (domestic servant). John was employed as an innkeeper.

Isabella died in Q4 1900 in the Tynemouth reg district.

In 1901 John was living at 33 Stephens Street (Sir Charles Hotel), Willington, Northumberland. He was employed as a publican. Living with him where his children John, George,Harriet, Martha and Ethel. There was also Ellen Garbutt (servant) living there.

John died in Q4 1902 in Wallsend, Northumberland.


EMMA ELIZABET BARTLE 1860-1946

Born in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.

In 1861 Emma was living in Regent Street, Kings Lynn with her mother and siblings Harriet and John. Her grandmother Mary Ann Hitchcock (mother's mother) and her uncle Newman Hitchcock (mother's brother) were also living there. Emma's father was most likely away at sea.

In 1871 Emma was living miles away from Norfolk in Nelson Street, Willington, Northumberland with her parents and siblings Harriet, John, Constance, Lilian and Annie.

In 1881 Emma was living at 30 Nelson Street, Willington Quay with her parents and siblings John, Lilian, Annie, Benjamin and William. There was also a nephew John Green (son of Harriet) living there. Emma was listed as an ex pupil teacher.

Married Sampson Grey White (b 1855 in Barking, Essex) on 15/11/1882 in Newcastle Upon Tyne.

Their children:

Sampson 1884
Charles1886
John1890
Constance 1892
Isabella 1894
Alfred 1897
Benjamin 1899
William 1900

In 1891 Emma was living at 21 North King Street, Tynemouth, Northumberland with her children Sampson, Charles and baby John. I do not know where Sampson senior was on that day as I cannot find him.

In 1901 Emma and Sampson were living at 270 Alice Street, South Shields, County Durham with their children Sampson, Charles, John, Constance, Isabella, Alfred, Benjamin and baby William. Sampson was employed as a marine engineer. Maybe he had been out at sea on the day of the 1891 census.

Emma died in 1946.


CONSTANCE E BARTLE 1863-24/10/1927

Born in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.

In 1871 Constance was living miles away from Norfolk in Nelson Street, Willington, Northumberland with her parents and siblings Harriet, John, Emma, Lilian and Annie.

In 1881 Constance weas employed as a domestic servant, housemaid at 29 POercy Gardens< Tynemouth. This was the home of widow Mary Kelly Seven (iron ship builder) Strange job for a woman in those days, surely? and her family.

Married William Coulson Ferguson (b 1862 in Tynemouth, Northumberland) on 06/05/1884 in Tynemouth. The records have her as Elizabeth Constance Bartle.

Their children:

Constance Neuila 1886
Emma Louise 1888
William 1891

I cannot find the family in 1891.

In 1901 Constance and William were living in Bath Arcade, Tynemouth with their daughters Constance and Emma. There was also a visitor there that day named Theresa Mepartins (manager of a coffee shop). William was employed as a joiner and carpenter.

Elizabeth died on 24/10/1927 in Tynemouth.

William died in 1929


LILIANE ADA M BARTLE 1868-????

Born in Willington Quays, South Shields.

In 1871 Lilian was living in Nelson Street, Willington, Northumberland with her parents and siblings Harriet, John, Emma, Constance and Annie.

In 1881 Lilian was living at 30 Nelson Street, Willington Quay with her parents and siblings John, Emma, Annie, Benjamin and William. There was also a nephew John Green (son of Harriet) living there.

I cannot find Lilian in 1891.

Married James Beckwith (b abt. 1857 in Willington, Northumberland) in Q2 1892 in the Tynemouth reg district. James was possibly a widower as he had several children

Their children:

Lilian 1892
Ethel Constance1894
James B1896
Vera May 1899

In 1901 Lilian and James were living at 82 Avondale Road with James's children Robert, Edward and Jane and their children Lilian, Ethel, James and Vera. James was employed as a marine engineer.


ANNIE ELIZA BARTLE 1870-????

Born in Willington Quays, South Shields.

In 1871 Annie was living in Nelson Street, Willington, Northumberland with her parents and siblings Harriet, John, Emma, Constance and Lilian.

In 1881 Annie was living at 30 Nelson Street, Willington Quay with her parents and siblings John, Emma, Benjamin and William. There was also a nephew John Green (son of Harriet) living there.

Married John E Corby (b abt 1866 in Howden, Northumberland) in Q2 1889 in the Tynemouth reg district.

Their children:

Harriet Annie 1891
Constance 1893
James 1895
John Andrew C B 1897

In 1891 Annie and John were living at 13 Bewicke Street, Wallsend, Northunberland with their baby daughter Harriet. John was employed as a ? ship builder.

In 1901 Annie and John were living in Bewicke Road (possibly the same place) with their children Harriet, Constance, James and John. John was employed as a boiler maker.


BENJAMIN BARTLE 1873-????

Born in Willington Quays, South Shields.

In 1881 Benjamin was living at 30 Nelson Street, Willington Quay with his parents and siblings John, Emma, Lilian, Annie and William. There was also a nephew John Green (son of Harriet) living there.

Nothing else is currently known.


WILLIAM J C BARTLE 1879-????

Born in Willington Quays, South Shields.

In 1881 William was living at 30 Nelson Street, Willington Quay with his parents and siblings John, Emma, Lilian, Annie and Benjamin. There was also a nephew John Green (son of Harriet) living there.

I cannot find William in 1891, but given the facts he lived at 30 Nelson Street 10 years previously and 10 years later, I would say there a goofd chance he was still living there.

In 1901 William is living at 30 Nelson Street with his widowed mother and cousin John Green. William was employed as a painters labourer.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Newman & Sarah grandchildren of Mary Ann & John, great grand children of Ann & James, 2x great grand children of John & Mary


FREDERICK J J HITCHCOCK 1866-????

Born in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.

In 1871 Frederick was living at Pri House (private house?) Kings Lynn South with his parents and brother Walter. There was also a lodger there by the name of John Arnold. This was possibly his grandfather (on his mother's side). Also there were John Arnold's children Catherine and Edward and his grand daughter Catherine. This would make them cousins of Frederick.

In 1881 Frederick was living in South Lynn Plain, South Lynn with his parents and brothers Alfred and Herbert. Frederick was employed as a plumber.

In 1891 Frederick was living in the same place with his parents and brothers Alfred and Herbert. Frederick was employed as a plumber, like his father.

Married Annie ? sometime after 1891. As yet I can find no marriage, although I have found one for a James Frederick Hitchcock to Annie Maria Phillips in Q3 1891 in the Fulham reg district.

Their children:

Frank Newman 1893
Violet Alice 1899
Frederick George 1890

In 1901 Frederick and Annie were living at 6 Hampton Court, Kings Lynn with their children Frank, Violet and George. Also living there was Frederick's widowed father and 2 boarders named Christopher Hale (house decorator) and Hamilton Hubbard (compositor). A visitor named Ellen Mitchell (living on own means) was also present that day. Fredrcik was employed as a ? on dock.


WALTER EDWARD HITCHCOCK 1869-1871

Born in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.

In 1871 Walter was living at Pri House (private house?) Kings Lynn South with his parents and brother Frederick. There was also a lodger there by the name of John Arnold. This was possibly his grandfather (on his mother's side). Also there were John Arnold's children Catherine and Edward and his grand daughter Catherine. This would make them cousins of Walter.

Walter died in Q2 1871 in Kings Lynn.


ALFRED NEWMAN HITCHCOCK 1872-????

Born in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.

In 1881 Alfred was living in South Lynn Plain, South Lynn with his parents and brothers Frederick and Herbert.

In 1891 Alfred was living in the same place with his parents and brothers Frederick and Herbert. Alfred was employed as an insurance agent.

Married Annie Challons(b 1871 in Kirkgate, Leeds) in Q4 1897 in the Lincoln reg district.

Their children:

Francis Thomas E 1899

In 1901 Alfred and Annie were living at ? House, Station Street, Docking, Norfolk with their son Francis. Alfred was employed as a postman.


HERBERT BERTIE HITCHCOCK 1875-????

Born in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.

In 1881 Herbert was living in South Lynn Plain, South Lynn with his parents and brothers Frederick and Alfred.

In 1891 Herbert was living in the same place with his parents and brothers Frederick and Alfred. Herbert was employed as a solicitors clerk.

In 1901 I have a strange result. It shows a Herbert B Hitchcok, born in the right place and right time in an office in Valingers Road, South Lynn. It shows Herbert to be a millers clerk. It also says he is a son but he's the first person on the list and appears on page 1 of district 15. The so called parnets (Henry and Susannah Stevens) appear at the bottom of the last page (39) of district 14. So, I believe that this Herbert is the correct one.


THE NEXT GENERATION: 6


Children of William & Charlotte: grand children of Robert & Susannah, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

ANGELINA LINSDELL 1854-????

Born in Newmarket, Cambridgeshire..

In 1861 Angelina was in Railway Street, Newmarket with her parents and sister Emma. This was the home of her paternal grandparents Robert and Susan Linsdell.

EMMA LINSDELL 1859-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Emma was in Railway Street, Newmarket with her parents and sister Angelina. This was the home of her paternal grandparents Robert and Susan Linsdell.

In 1871 Emma was living in Granby Street, Newmarket with her parents.

Nothing else is currently known.


WILLIAM LINSDELL 1871-????

Born in.

In 1881 William was living in 4 Fisher's Cottage, Newmarket with his parents and paternal grandparents Robert and Susan Linsdell. This was the home of William's grandparents.

Children of Robert & Eliza: grand children of Henry & Susannah, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

CLARA LINSDELL 1873-????

Born in Deptford, Kent (according to the 1881 and 1891 censi), although someone has her place of birth as Sherffield, Yorkshire.

In 1881 Clara was living at 64 Chalton Street, St Pancras, London with her parents and sister Susannah.

Married William Norton (b abt 1865 in Linton, Cambridgeshire) in the Linton reg district in Q4 1889.

Their children:

Emma 1890
Ada 1892
Isabella 1893
William 1896
John1898
Charles 1900

In 1891 Clara and William were living in Horeseheath Road, Linton with their daughter Emma. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Clara and William were living in Mangrove Lane, St John, Hertfordshire with their children Ada, Isabella, William, John and baby Charles. William was employed as a horse keeper on a farm.

Nothing else is currently known.


SUSANNAH LINSDELL 1879-????

Born in Chesterton, Lancashire according to one census and Ramsbottom, Lancashire in another.

Known as Susie.

In 1881 Susannah was living at 64 Chalton Street, St Pancras, London with her parents and sister Clara.

In 1891 Susannah was living in Horseheath Road, Linton with her parents and siblings Julia and Ernest.

I cannot find Susannah in 1901.

Married Charles Wright (b abt 1879 in Ramsbottom, Lancashire) in Q1 1903 in the Linton reg district.

Nothing else is currently known.


JULIA LINSDELL 1883-????

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Julia was living in Horseheath Road, Linton with her parents and siblings Susannah and Ernest.

In 1901 Julia was employed as a domestic general servant at 10 Thurleigh Road, Battersea, London. This was the home of Horace Horton (living on own means) and his wife.

Married Alfred Joseph Griffiths in Q3 1905 in the Linton reg district.

Nothing else is currently known.


ERNEST LINSDELL 1891-1970

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Ernest was living in Horseheath Road, Linton with his parents and siblings Susannah and Julia.

In 1901 Ernest was living in the same place with his parents.

Married Bertha Morling (b abt 1891 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) in 1914.

Their children:

Ivy 1915
Ernest 1917

Ernest work for the L.N.E. railway company and was in charge of the track safety from Linton to Pampisford and Linton to Bartlow.

Ernest was also a very keen gardener and had his own allotment.

Bertha died around 1917.

Ernest died around 1970.


Children of Susannah & Thomas: grand children of Henry & Susannah, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

SOPHIA RICE 27/04/1855-????

Born in Forrest Creek, Australia. This is now known as Castlemaine.

Married Walter Alexander (b abt. 1850) in 1878 in the Ballart reg district.

Nothing else is currently known.


HENRY THOMAS RICE 24/07/1856-18/10/1862

Born in "The Lodden" reg district, Australia.

Herny died on 18/10/1862, aged 6 years.


ALICE RICE 08/10/1857-????

Born in Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia.

Married John Mackie (b abt. 1856 in Castlemaine).

Nothing else is currently known.


WILLIAM RICE 14/10/1859-????

Born in Golden Square, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia.

Married Martha Hunt (b 1866 in Maldon Victoria).

Martha died in 1904.

Nothing else is currently known.


CHARLES RICE 06/02/1861-1891

Born in Kyneton, Victoria, Australia.

Married Isabella Younger (b abt. 1863 in Australia) in March 1885.

Charles died in Bendigo Hospital in 1891. His death was attributed to a fall he had from his horse while returning from his brother Edward's wedding.

Nothing else is currently known.


FREDERICK RICE 1862-1872

Born in in Chewton (Near Castlemaine), Victoira, Australia.

Frederick died in 1872, aged 10 years.


ELIZABETH ANN RICE 10/02/1865-????

Born in Bungaree (Near Ballarat), Victoira, Australia.

Married Denis Colloghan b abt. 1860 in Australia) in 1884.

Nothing else is currently known.


EDWARD RICE 20/10/1866-1956

Born in Warrenheip, Victoria, Australia.

Married Alice HUnt (b 1872 in Australia) in Collingwood on 26/01/1891. Edward and Alice had 12 children.

Alice died in 1931.

Edward died in 1956.

Nothing else is currently known.


SAMUEL RICE 25/05/1869-????

Born in Bungaree (Near Ballarat), Victoira, Australia.

Nothing else is currently known.


THOMAS RICE 1870-????

Born in Warrenheip, Victoria, Australia.

Nothing else is currently known.


HENRY RICE 22/09/1871-1872

Born in Warrenheip, Victoria, Australia.

Henry died in Warrenheip in 1872.


CLARA RICE 30/05/1873-????

Born in Warrenheip, Victoria, Australia.

Nothing else is currently known.


JOHN RICE 26/11/1875-????

Born in Warrenheip, Victoria, Australia.

Nothing else is currently known.


HENRY THOMAS RICE 16/11/1877-????

Born in Warrenheip, Victoria, Australia.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Henry & Jane: grand children of Henry & Sylvia, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

JANE LINSDELL 1860-????

Born in Strood, Kent.

I cannot find the family in 1861.

In 1871 Jane was living at 50 Crozer Lane, Hackney, London with her parents and baby sister Eliza.

Nothing else is currently known.


ELIZA LINSDELL 1870-????

Born in Homerton, Essex.

In 1871 baby Eliza was living at 50 Crozer Lane, Hackney, London with her parents and sister Jane.

In 1881 Eliza was living at 4 Cottage Lane, St Luke, London with her father, stepmother and step sister Harriet Ferrier.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Eliza & James: grand children of William & Mary, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

EMMA TWINN 1849-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Emma was living in West Wratting with her parents and baby brother Charles.

In 1861 Emma was living at Larks Hall Cottages, Weston Coleville with her parents and siblings Charles, Richard, Rebecca, William, George and Jane.

Possibly married George Freestone in Q3 1867 in the Linton reg district.

Their child:

George William 1869

George died before the 1871 census, possibly in Q4 1870 in the Linton reg district.

In 1871 Emma was living in Bedlam Row, West Wratting with her son, named only as G. W. on the cencus. Also living there was her brother Charles Twinn. I originally had this marrisge for Emma Linsdell as that was who was listed on Free BMD as marrying George. Finding Charles Twinn boarding with Emma, made me think again and then finding her son George living with his grandparents James and Eliza Twinn made my feelings stronger. Emma's mother was Eliza Linsdell and she married James Twinn in 1849, trhe year Emma was born. Was Emma illigitimite? If so that may well explain why she was named as Linsdell and not Twinn on Free BMD. Or am I barking up the wrong tree?

Married James Stearn (b abt. 1841 in Trumpington, Cambridgeshire) on 23/12/1876 at Trumpington, Cambridgeshire. He was a widow with 5 children.

Their children:

Arthur 1877
Clara 1878
Daisy1880
Emily1881
Ellen 1882
Ethel 1884
Annie 1886
Edward 1887
Ernest 1887
Annie 1890
Emma 1892
Bertie 1893

In 1881 Emma and James were living in Workhouse Yard, Trumpington with their children Eliza, Frank, James, Elizabeth (James's children) Arthur, Clara, Daisy and an un-named 1 month old baby. Emma's mother Eliza Twinn was also in the house that day. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Emma and James were living in Whitelocks Yard, Trumpington with their children Arthur, Clara, Daisy, Ellen, Ethel, Edward, Ernest and Ann James was employed as an agricultural labourer. James died in Trumpington in Q2 1897, aged 56 years.

In 1901 Emma was living at 8 Whitelock's Yard, Trumpington with her children Clara, Ellen, Ethel, Edward, Ernest, Annie, Emma and Bertie.

Nothing else is currently known.


CHARLES TWINN 1850-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 baby Charles was living in West Wratting with his parents and sister Emma.

In 1861 Charles was living at Larks Hall Cottages, Weston Coleville with hisr parents and siblings Emma, Richard, Rebecca, William, George and Jane.

In 1871 Charles was a boarder at Bedlam Row. West Wratting. He was working as an agricultural labourer. This was the home of his sister Emma Freestone and her son.

Nothing else is currently known.


RICHARD TWINN 1853-1925

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Richard was living at Larks Hall Cottages, Weston Coleville with his parents and siblings Emma, Charles, Rebecca, William, George and Jane.

In 1871 Richard was living at Common Drift, West Wratting with his parents and siblings William, George, Jane, Alfred, Ellen and James. Richard was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Ellen Smith (b 1859, City of London) on 13/04/1879 in St Leonard's, Shoreditch, London.

Their children:

Richard James 1876
Ada Eliza 1878
Ellen Mary 1879
Elizabeth Maud 1881
Susannah Constance 1884
Rowland Percival W 1890
Rose May 1892

In 1881 Richard and Ellen were living at 59 redmans Road, Mile End Old Town, London with their children Richard, Ada and Ellen. Richard's briother Alfred ( unemployed labourer) was there at the house that day. Richard was employed as a brewers drayman.

In 1891 Richard amnd Ellen were living at 5 Staymers Road, Mile End with their children Richard, Ada, Ellen, Elizabeth, Suzannahand Rowland. Richard's brother Alfred (carmans labourer) was still living with them. Richard was employed as a brewers drayman, carman.

In 1901 Richard and Ellen were living at 7 Staymers Road, Mile End with their children Richard, Ada, Maud, Rowland and Rose. Richard's brother Stanley (brewers labourer) was living with them as well.

In May 1918 Richard was listed on his dead nephew George Freestone's army form W. 5080 as still living at at 7 Staymers Road, Mile End.

Richard died in Q2 1925 in Mile End.


REBECCA TWINN 11/11/1855-1924

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Rebecca was living at Larks Hall Cottages, Weston Coleville with her parents and siblings Emma, Charles, Richard, William, George and Jane.

Married John Freestone (b abt. 1855 in West Wratting) on 27/09/1879 in Trumpington, Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

George 1881
Arthur 1883
Ethel Jane1885
Rose 1887
Minnie Elizabeth 1888
Sidney 1891
Lizzie 1894
Frank Thomas1897

In 1881 Rebecca and John were living at Nightingale Cottages, London Road, Trumpington with their babby son George. John was employed as a shepherd

In 1891 Rebecca and John were living in the same house with their children George, Arthur, Ethel, Rose and Minnie. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Rebecca and John were living in 5 North Cottages, Trumpington with their children George, Arthur, Ethel, Rose, Minnie, Sydney and Lizzie. John was employed as a general labourer.

In May 1918 Rebecca and John were living at 10 Whiteloch |Terrace, Trumpington. This is the address given on their son George (deceased) army form W. 5080.

Rebecca died in Trumpington in Q2 1924.


WILLIAM TWINN 1857-1935

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 William was living at Larks Hall Cottages, Weston Coleville with his parents and siblings Emma, Charles, Richard, Rebecca, George and Jane.

In 1871 William was living at Common Drift, West Wratting with his parents and siblings Richard, George, Jane, Alfred, Ellen and James. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1881 William was living Common, West Wratting (probably the same house) with his father and siblings Jane, James, Samuel, Elizabeth and Arthur. Also living there was his nephew George Freestone (sister Emma's son). His mother was away at his sister Emma's house. William was employed as a shepherd.

Married Harriet Ann Dickerson (b abt 1864 in West Wratting) on 25/12/1889 in West Wratting.

Their children:

Eva Eliza 1890
Winifred Dorcas 1893
Blanche Harriet1896

In 1891 William and Harriet were living next door to William's parents in Common, West Wratting with their daughter Eva. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 William and Harriet were living in the same house with their children Eva, Winifred and Blanche. William was employed as a stockman on a farm. His parents still lived next door.

Harriet died in Cambridge in 1925.

William died in 1935.


GEORGE TWINN 1859-1943

Born in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 George was living at Larks Hall Cottages, Weston Coleville with his parents and siblings Emma, Charles, Richard, Rebecca, William and Jane.

In 1871 Richard was living at Common Drift, West Wratting with his parents and siblings William, George, Jane, Alfred, Ellen and James. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Mary Brown (b 12/09/1859 in West Wratting) on 27/10/1880 in West Wratting.

Their children:

Kate Ethel 1882
Cecil Frank 1883
Frank Charles G 1885

In 1881 George and Mary were living in the High Street, West Wratting. George was employed as a coal merchant.

In 1891 George and Mary were living at 28 Boss Street, Horsleydown, London with their children Kate and Frank. Also there that day was Mary's brother George Brown (railway carman) and her sister Annie Brown. George was employed as a stableman.

In 1901 George and Mary were living in Camberwell, London with their children Kate and Frank. There was also a boarder named George Brown (stableman, groom) who I strongly suspect was Mary's brother. george also worked as a stableman, groom

In 1906 George was living at 74 Trafalgar Road, Old Kent Road and was described as a hostler. He looked after horses for a brewery. He was known as Jimmy.

George died in 1943 in Knockholt, Kent.

Mary died in 1958.


JANE TWINN 1861-1939

Born in Weston Coleville, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Jane was living at Larks Hall Cottages, Weston Coleville with her parents and siblings Emma, Charles, Richard, Rebecca, William and George.

In 1871 Jane was living at Common Drift, West Wratting with her parents and siblings Richard, William, George, Alfred, Ellen and James.

In 1881 Jane was living in The Common, West Wratting (probably the same house) with her father and siblings William, James, Samuel, Elizabeth and Arthur. Also living there was her nephew George Freestone (sister Emma's son). Her mother was away at his sister Emma's house.

Her children:

Ellen Eliza 14/12/1882
Horace William 25/11/1893

In 1891 Jane was living in the same place with her parents and siblings Jane, James, Samuel and Arthur. Jane's daughter Ellen also lived there..

In 1901 Jane was living in Common Road, West Wratting (probably the same house) with her parents and brother James. Also present was a nephew (or son) named John Twinn.

In May 1918 Jane was listed on her dead nephew George Freestone's (sister Rebecca's son) army form W. 5080 as still living in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

Jane died in 1939 in Cambridge, aged 78.


ALFRED TWINN 14/02/1863-1900

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Alfred was living at Common Drift, West Wratting with his parents and siblings Richard, William, George, Jane, Ellen and James.

In 1881 Alfred was a boareder at living at 59 redmans Road, Mile End Old Town, London. This was the home of his brother Richard, his wife and children. Alfred was an unemployed labourer.

In 1891 Alfred was still boarding with his brother Richard and his family. This time they were living at 5 Staymers Road, Mile End. Alfred was employed as a carmans labourer.

Alfred died in Mile End, London in 1900.


ELLEN TWINN 1865-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Ellen was living at Common Drift, West Wratting with her parents and siblings Richard, William, George, Jane, Alfred and James.

In 1881 Ellen was employed as a domestioc servant at the Chestnut Tree, West Wratting. This was the home of John Norden (smith and licenced victualler) and his family.

Her child:

Horace William 1888

I cannot find Ellen in 1891.

In 1901 Ellen was employed as a domestic servant at 24 Osborn Street, Whitechapel, Mile End, London. This was the home of Levine Margolinski (furniure manufacturer) and his family.

Nothing else is currently known.


ELIZA TWINN 07/08/1867-1868

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

Died there a year later.


JAMES TWINN 07/12/1868-1942

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Richard was living at Common Drift, West Wratting with his parents and siblings William, George, Jane, Alfred, Ellen and James.

In 1881 James was living in The Common, West Wratting (probably the same house) with his father and siblings William, Jane, Samuel, Elizabeth and Arthur. Also living there was his nephew George Freestone (sister Emma's son). His mother was away at the home of his sister Emma and her family.

In 1891 James was living in the same place with her parents and siblings Jane, Samuel and Arthur. There was also a niece Ellen Twinn (Jane's daughter) there that day. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 James was living in Common Road, West Wratting (probably the same house) with his parents and sister Jane. Also present was a nephew (or son) named John Twinn. James was employed as a road labourer.

James died in Cambridge in 1942, aged 74 years. At the time of his death, James had been living at 61A Mill Road, Cambridge.


SAMUEL TWINN 1871-1945

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Samuel was living in The Common, West Wratting (probably the same house) with his father and siblings William, Jane, James, Elizabeth and Arthur. Also living there was his nephew George Freestone (sister Emma's son). His mother was away at the home of his sister Emma and her family.

In 1891 Samuel was living in the same house with his parents and siblings Jane, James and Arthur. There was also a niece Ellen Twinn (Jane's daughter) there that day. Samuel was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 samuel was living at 7 Staymers Road, Mile End. This was the home of his brother Richard and his family. samuel was employed as a brewers labourer.

Married Emma Jane Tween (b 1864) in Mile End on 26/12/1908.

Samuel died in 1946, aged 74 years.


MARY ELIZABETH TWINN 1873-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Elizabeth was living Common, West Wratting with her father and siblings William, Jane, James Samuel and Arthur. Also living there was her nephew George Freestone (sister Emma's son). Her mother was away at the home of his sister Emma and her family.

I cannot find Elizabeth in 1891.

Married Martin Ferdinand Weiss (b 1877 in Hackney, London) on 22/09/1897 in West Wratting.

Their children:

Elizabeth Violet 1898
Frederick Martin 1899

In 1901 Elizabeth and Martin (listed as E M Weiss and M F Weiss) were living at 29 Beddame Street, Newington, London with their children Elizabeth (listed as E V) and Frederick (listed as F M). There was also a boarder named Henry Plummer (baker) living there. Martin was a dairyman with his own account.

Nothing else is currently known.


ARTHUR TWINN 1876-1907

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Arthur was living in |The Common, West Wratting with his father and siblings William, Jane, James, Samuel and Elizabeth. Also living there was his nephew George Freestone (sister Emma's son). His mother was away at the home of his sister Emma and her family.

In 1891 Jane was living in the same place with her parents and siblings Jane, James, Samuel and Arthur. There was also a niece Ellen Twinn there that day. Arthur was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Arthur was possibly boarding at 12 St Peters Road, Mile End, London. This was the home of widow John F Hawkes (brewers drayman) and his family. Arthur was employed as a brewers daryman.

Married Margaret Ethel Tween (b 1880 in Margaret Roding, Essex) on 27/10/1902 in Margaret Roding.

Arthur died in Q1 1908 in Margaret Roding, Essex.


Children of Rebecca & Ishmael: grand children of William & Mary, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

ELLEN CUTTER 1857-????

Born in Little Abington, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 22/11/1857.

In 1861 Ellen was living in Little Abington with her parents and sister Amelia.

In 1871 Ellen was employed as a nurse maid at House End (Ellis Farm), Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of Thomas Oslar (farmer of 192 acres, employing 4 men and 4 boys) and his family.

In 1881 Ellen was employed as a domestic servant at The Hall, Duxford, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of John A Oslar (farmer of 500 acres, employing 8 men adn 6 boys) and his family. I wonder if this farmer was related to the last farmer Ellen was working for?

Married Henry William Walliss (b 1863 in Lackford, Suffolk) in Q1 1885 in Stetchworth.

In 1891 Ellen and Henry were living at Farm House Cottages, Stechworth. There was a boarder by the name of Robert Norman (general labourer). Henry was employed as a general labourer. Ellen's father and 2 siblings were living a few doors down.

I cannot find Ellen in 1901.

Nothing else is currently known.


AMELIA CUTTER 1860-????

Born in Little Abington, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 08/04/1860.

In 1861 Amelia was living in Little Abington with her parents and sister Ellen.

In 1871 Amelia was living in Grange Road, Little Abington with her parents and siblings Henry and Alice.

In 1881 Amelia was employed as a servant at the Hall, Babraham, Cambridgeshire as a domestic servant. This address only seems to list servants.

Married Thomas Finch (b 1865 in Stetchworth, Cambridgeshire) in Stetchworth in Q3 1887.

Their child:

Elizabeth 1888

In 1891 Amelia and Thomas were living in the High Street, Stechworth with their daughter Elizabeth. Thomas was employed as a labourer.

In 1901 Amelia and Thomas were living in Bear Street, Nyland, Suffolk with their daughter Elizabeth. They also had a boarder named Ada F Simmons (elementary school mistress) living with them. Thomas was employed as a head gardener, domestic.

HENRY JOHN CUTTER 1863-1916

Born in Little Abington, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Henry was living in Grange Road, Little Abington with his parents and siblings Amelia and Alice.

In 1881 Henry was living in Reed Farm Cottage, Babraham, Cambridgeshire with his widowed father and sister Alice. Henry was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Henry was living in Stetchworth with his father and sister Alice. Henry was employed as a shepherd.

Married Mary Anne Ison (b abt 1861 in Stetchorth, cambridgeshire) in Q3 1892 in the Newmarket reg district.

Their children:

Ethel Mary 1893
Henry John I1894

In 1901 Henry and Mary were living in Hall Farm Cottages, Stetchworth with their children Ethel and Henry. This was the home of Henry's father. Henry was employed as a shepherd, just like his father.

Henry died in Q3 1916 in the Newmarket reg district.


ALICE CUTTER 1866-????

Born in Little Abington, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 22/07/1866.

In 1871 Alice was living in Grange Road, Little Abington with her parents and siblings Amelia and Henry.

In 1881 Alice was living in Reed Farm Cottage, Babraham, Cambridgeshire with her widowed father and brother Henry.

In 1891 Alice as living in Stetchworth with her father and brother Henry.

Married Arthur Herbert Hyner (b) in Stetchworth, Cambridgeshire in Q4 1892.

Their children:

Alice Annie 1896

In 1901 Alice and Arthur were living in Mill Road, Stetchworth with their daughter Annie. Arthur was employed as a groom.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Mary & James: grand children of William & Mary, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

SELINA BENSTEAD 1857-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Selina was living in Great Wilbraham with her parents and sisters Alice and Eliza.

In 1871 Selina was employed as a nurse at Church End Farm, Weston Colville. This was the home of Frederick Jonas (farmer of 400 acres, employing 12 men and 6 boys) and his family. Yet another member of the 'Mynott clan' working for a Jonas.

In 1881 Selina was living in Frog End, Great Wilbraham with her oparents and sister Alice. Selina was employed as a domestic servant.

Married James Purkis in Q4 1882 in the Chesterton reg district.

Their children:

James 1883
Ernest 1885
Arthur 1886

James died sometime between 1882 and 1891 as Selina was a widow in the census.

In 1891 Selina was still living in Frog End, next door to her parents, along with her children James, Ernest and Arthur. Selina was working as a laundry wash woman.

In 1901 Selina was living in Frog End still with her sons James, Ernest and Arthur. Selina was working as a laundress.

Nothing else is currently known.


ALICE BENSTEAD 1858-????

Born in Great Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Selina was living in Great Wilbraham with her parents and sisters Selina, Alice and Eliza.

In 1871 Alice was living in Frog End, Great Wilbraham with her parents and sister Eliza.

In 1881 Alice was still living in the same place with her parents and sister Selina. Alice was employed as a domestic servant.

Nothing else is currently known. I have found an Alice, born 5 years later who I don't think is the correct Alice. The rational for this is that she then married and in the 1901 census is living with her husband and a Joseph Benstead, old enough to be her father. Her age is still 5 years younger than the Alice I was looking for.


ELIZA BENSTEAD 1858-????

Born in Great Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Selina was living in Great Wilbraham with her parents and sisters Selina, Alice and Eliza.

In 1871 Eliza was living in Frog End, Great Wilbraham with her parents and sister Alice.

In 1881 Eliza was employed as a domestic housemaid at 37 Berners Street, Maryebone, London. This was the home of widow Marianna Morris (letter receiver, employinf 3 servants and 2 clerks) and her family.

Possibly married Ralph South (b 1861 in Great Wilbraham) in Q1 1887 in the Chesterton reg district.

In 1891 Ralf and Eliza were living in Angle End, Great Wilbraham where Ralph was employed as a horsekeeper. Living with them was Ralph's father William (agricultural labourer).

In 1901 Ralph and Eliza were living at 17 Angle End and Ralph was still working as a horsekeeper on a farm. There was a visitor there that day by the name of Emily Coe (scholar).

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of John & Sarah: grand children of William & Mary, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

ALICE ANN LINSDELL 1869-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambriddgeshire.

In 1871 Alice was living at Reed Farm Cottages, Babraham, Cambridgeshire with her parents.

In 1881 Alice was living in the High Street, Balsham, Cambridgeshire with her widowed father and brother Arthur.

Possibly married William Betts (b abt 1845 in Finchingfield, Essex) in Q2 1888 in the Linton reg district.

I cannot find the family in 1891 but in 1901 it has Alice's place of birth as Balsham, so am not certain about the marriage.


WALTER JOHN LINSDELL 1872-????

Born in Babraham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Walter was at the home of an aunt or uncle in Black Ditch, Bartlow. This was the home of John and Eliza Richardson. I cannot find the link here for the relations.

In 1891 Walter was at the home of his maternal grandparents, Philip and Ann Daniels, at Finchley Farm, Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire. He was working as an agricultural labourer. Also living there was his brother Arthur.

Married Emily Kate in Q1 1906 in the Linton reg district.


ARTHUR WILLIE LINSDELL 1876-????

Born in Babraham, cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Arthur was living in the High Street, Balsham with his widowed father and sister Alice.

In 1891 Arthur was at the home of his maternal grandparents, Philip and Ann Daniels, at Finchley Farm, Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire. He was working as an agricultural labourer. Also living there was his brother Walter.

In 1901 Arthur was living in the White Horse, Abbey Street, Ickleton with his father and stepmother.

Children of James & Martha: grand children of William & Mary, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

EDWARD LINSDELL 1868-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Edward was at the home of his paternal grandparents William and Mary Linsdell in Fleam Dyke, West Wratting.

In 1881 Edward was lving in West Wickham Road, Balsham with his parents and siblings William, Harry and baby Charles. Also living there was his step brother John.

Married Louisa Pegg (b 1868 in Bottisham, Cambridgeshire) in Q1 1889 in the Linton reg district.

Their children:

Sidney John 1889
George Henry 1891
Violet Rosetta1892
Dennis Edward 1894
Harry James1901
Alfred William 1903
Edith Louisa 1905
Leonard Victor 1906
Horace Reginald 1908

In 1891 Edward and Louisa were living in the High Street, Balsham with their children Sidney and George. Edward was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Edward and Louisa were living at 13 Gladstone Road, Dartford, Kent with their children Sidney, George, Violet, Dennis and baby Harry. There was also a boarder named Fred James (bricklayers labourer) and a visitor named Charles Linsdell (coal wharf labourer, his wife Phoebe and their son Ernest. I believe Charles was Edward's brother. Edward was employed as a local road labourer.

Edward possibly died in Q2 1926 in the Medway reg district, Kent.


WILLIAM LINSDELL 1870-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 William was living Botling (?) Hall, West Wratting with his parents and step brother John Brown.

In 1881 William was lving in West Wickham Road, Balsham with his parents and siblings Edward, Harry and baby Charles. Also living there was his step brother John.

In 1891 William was living in Worsted (?) Lodge Cottages, Balsham with his parents and siblings Harry, Charles, Bertha, Minnie, Allen and Rosa. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Possibly married Mary Richardson (b abt 1865 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire)in Q4 1894 in the Linton reg district.

Their children:

Horace William 1896
Charles Victor 1897
Wilfred Harry Elisa 1900

In 1901 William and Mary were living in Church Farm Cottages, Babraham, Cambridgeshire with their sons Horace, Charles and Wilfred. William was employed as a cater on a farm.

Nothing else is currently known.


HARRY LINSDELL 1873-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Harry was lving in West Wickham Road, Balsham with his parents and siblings Edward, William and baby Charles. Also living there was his step brother John.

In 1891 Harry was living in Worsted (?) Lodge Cottages, Balsham with his parents and siblings William, Charles, Bertha, Minnie, Alice and Rosa. Harry was employed aa a the postmans mess (possibly messenger?).

In 1901 there is a Harry Lindsell (I have found several Linsdells spelt this way) working as a general hospital porter at Gore Farm Asylum and Convalescent Hospital in Darneth, Kent. Is this our Harry? Where born says Balsham, Surrey - is there a place in Surrey named Balsham? I think it may well be the correct Harry, given that his older brother Edward lived in Kent and his younger brother Charles was visiting him there in 1901.

Married Edith Clara Taylor (b 1883 in Hearn Hill, Kent) in Dartford in Q4 1904.

Their child:

Herbert 1910

Nothing else is currently known.


CHARLES LINSDELL 1880-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 baby Charles was lving in West Wickham Road, Balsham with his parents and siblings Eward, William and Harry. Also living there was his step brother John.

In 1891 Charles was living in Worsted (?) Lodge Cottages, Balsham with his parents and siblings William, Harry, Bertha, Minnie, Alice and Rosa.

Married Phoebe Edwards in Dartford, Kent in Q1 1901.

Their child:

Ernest Frederick 1900

In 1901 Charles, Phobe and their son Ernest were visitors at 13 Gladstone Road, Dartford, Kent. This was the home of his brother Edward and his family. Charles was employed as a coal wharf labourer.

Nothing else is currently known.


BERTHA KATHLEEN LINSDELL 1883-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Bertha was living in Worsted (?) Lodge Cottages, Balsham with her parents and siblings William, Harry, Charles, Minnie, Alice and Rosa.

In 1901 Bertha was living in the same house with her parents and siblings Bertha, Rosa and Leonard. Bertha was employed as a domestic servant. There is something else written after servant but I cannot decipher it. It is on Class: RG13; Piece: 1536; Folio: 11; Page: 14.

Nothing else is currently known.


MINNIE ELIZABETH LINSDELL 1885-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Minnie was living in Worsted (?) Lodge Cottages, Balsham with her parents and siblings William, Harry, Charles, Bertha, Alice and Rosa.

In 1901 Minnie was employed as a domestic housemaid at Barham Hall, Linton. This was the home of Thomas Purkiss (farmer) and his wife.

There is a marriage for a Minnie E Linsdell to Robert Wooster in Q4 1915 in the Fulham reg district, London. This may be her but would make her 30 when she married.

Nothing else is currently known.


ALICE LINSDELL 1887-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Alice was living in Worsted (?) Lodge Cottages, Balsham with her parents and siblings William, Harry, Charles, Bertha, Minnie and Rosa.

In 1901 Alice was employed as a domestic housemaid at Valley Farm House, West Wratting, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of William Hawker Oakey (farmer) and his family.

Nothing else is currently known.


ROSA ELLEN LINSDELL 1888-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Rosa was living in Worsted (?) Lodge Cottages, Balsham with her parents and siblings William, Harry, Charles, Bertha, Minnie and Alice.

In 1901 Rosa was living in the same house with her parents and siblings Bertha and Leonard.

Nothing else is currently known.


LEONARD MORRIS LINSDELL 1892-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1901 Leonard was living in Worsted (?) Lodge Cottages, Balsham with his parents and siblings Bertha and Rosa.

Leonard married Blanche Cootes in Q3 1913 in the Linton reg district.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Alfred & Julia: grand children of Thomas & Mary, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

KATE LINSDELL 09/09/1871-1967

Born in Bottisham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Kate was living at 17 William Street, Mile End Old Town, London with her parents and siblings Edward, Mary and Eleanor. Also living there were her cousin Edward Isaacson (nephew of her mother).

Married John Albert Collins (b 1869 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire) in Mile End in Q3 1896.

Their children:

Eleanor V 1897
John Albert E 1899
William Kilsby 1903
Victor A1905
Hilda Kathleen 1907
Emily Jane 1910
Alfred Peter 1912
Reginald G 1915

In 1901 Kate was living in the High Street, Harmonsdworth with her children Eleanor and John. There was no mention of her husband John, although she is still married.

John died in Henley on Thames, Berkshire on 11/02/1941.

Kate died in April 1967 in Henley on Thames. She died from uterine cancer.


EDWARD THOMAS LINSDELL 1873-1950

Born in Bottisham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Edward was living at 17 William Street, Mile End Old Town, London with his parents and siblings Kate, Mary and Eleanor. Also living there were his cousin Edward Isaacson (nephew of her mother).

In 1891 Edward was living at 41 Gold Street, Mile End Old Town with his widowed mother and siblings Mary and Georgina plus a lodger named John Baker (rail porter G.E.R.). Edward was employed as a pointerman by G.E.R.

In 1901 Edward was living at 53 Charles Street, Mile End Old Town. Edward was employed as a carman (train).

Died in Essex in 1950.


MARY MARIA LINSDELL 1876-1957

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Mary was living at 17 William Street, Mile End Old Town, London with her parents and siblings Kate, Edward and Eleanor. Also living there were her cousin Edward Isaacson (nephew of her mother).

In 1891 Mary was living at 41 Gold Street, Mile End Old Town with her widowed mother and siblings Edward and Georgina plus a lodger named John Baker (rail porter G.E.R.).

Married Richard Powell in Q4 1899 in the Camberwell reg district, Surrey.

Their children:

William 15/05/1904
Amy 25/04/1906
James 1908
Lilian 04/08/1909
Violet 27/10/1916

I cannot find Mary in 1901.

Died in Hendon, Middlesex in 1957.


ELEANOR LINSDELL 01/04/1879-1942

Born at 69 Sidney Street, Mile End Old Town, London.

In 1881 Eleanor was living at 17 William Street, Mile End Old Town, London with her parents and siblings Kate, Edward and Mary. Also living there were her cousin Edward Isaacson (nephew of her mother).

Married George Thomas Linsdell (b 1889 in Lewisham, London) on 30/10/1909 in Lewisham Registry Office. George was her cousin and the son of George Linsdell and Eliza Smith. On the day of her marriage she was living at 32 Beadnell Road, Forest Hill, London. The witnesses at the wedding were WH Glanville jnr and A Campbell.

Their children:

John 1912
Albert 1914

Eleanor died in 1942 at 47 Victoria Street, Windsor, Berkshire of cancer of the uterus, like her mother before her.

George died in 1971 in Chelsea, London.


GEORGINA LINSDELL 1882-1964

Born in the London Hospital, Whitechapel, London. Her father had been killed in an accident before she was born.

In 1891 Georgina was living at 41 Gold Street, Mile End Old Town with her widowed mother and siblings Edward and Mary plus a lodger named John Baker (rail porter G.E.R.).

In 1901 Georgina was possibly a visitor to the home of Henry J Jones (licenced victuller) and his daughter in the High Street,Longford, Middlesex. Her occupation was not listed.

Married Henry Charles Forey (b 1874) in Q4 1912 in the CRoydon reg district.

Henry died in Surrey in 1942.

Georgina died in Reading, Berkshire in 1964.


Children of George & Alice: grand children of Thomas & Mary, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

EMMA LINSDELL 1878-????

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Emma was living in West Wratting with her parents and brother James.

In 1891 Emma was living with her paternal grandmother Mary Linsdell at Daleman Road, Sydenham, London. Also living there was her ant Mary Linsdell and cousin Kate.

Nothing more is known of her.


JAMES FREDERICK LINSDELL 1880-1897

Born in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 James was living in West Wratting with his parents and sister Emma.

In 1891 James was living in ? Cottage in Sydenham London with his father, stepmother and half siblings George and Margaret.

Died in Peshawar, India in 1897.


Children of George & Eliza: grand children of Thomas & Mary, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

GEORGE THOMAS LINSDELL 28/01/1889 -1971

Born in Warwick Cottages, Bell Green, Sydenham.

In 1891 George was living at ? Cottage in Sydenham London with his parents, half brother James and sister Margaret.

In 1901 George was living at Croft Cottages, Sydenham, Lewisham, London with his parents and siblings George, Ellen, Alfred, Charles and baby Annie.

Married his cousin Eleanor Linsdell (b 1879 in Mile End Old Town, London) on 30/10/1909 in Lewisham Registry Office. He had been living at 51 Beadnell Road, Lewisham and working as a labourer when he married. The witnesses at the wedding were WH Glanville jnr and A Campbell. Eleanor was the daughter of Alfred Linsdell and Julia Isaacson.

Their children:

John 1912
Albert 1914

George had the Batchelors Arms public house at 7 Victoria Street, Windsor Berkshire.

Joined the Lifeguards, number 2688 and was a Lance Corporal. He then became 294007 Corporal of Horse..

Eleanor died in 1942 in Windsor, Berkshire of cancer of the uterus.

George died in 1971 in the Royal Chelsea Hospital, Chelsea, London. He was a Chelsea Pensioner.


MARGARET ELLEN LINSDELL 1891-1922

Born in Sydenham, London.

In 1891 Margaret was living at ? Cottage in Sydenham London with her parents, half brother James and brother George.

In 1901 Ellen (as she was named in this census) was living at Croft Cottages, Sydenham, Lewisham, London with her parents and siblings George, Alfred, Charles and baby Annie.

Married Christopher A Deane in Q2 1918 in the Lewisham reg district.

Died in Lewisham, Kent in 1922.


JOHN ALFRED LINSDELL 1893-????

Born in Lewisham, Kent.

In 1901 Alfred was living at Croft Cottages, Sydenham, Lewisham, London with his parents and siblings George, Ellen, Charles and baby Annie.

Nothing else is currently known.


ADA LINSDELL 1894-1894

Born in Lewisham, Kent.

Died in Lewisham that same year.


ALICE MAUD LINSDELL 1896-1897

Born in Lewisham, Kent.

Died in Lewisham the next year.


CHARLES GLADSTONE LINSDELL 1899-????

Born in Lewisham, Kent.

In 1901 Charles was living at Croft Cottages, Sydenham, Lewisham, London with his parents and siblings George, Ellen, Alfred and baby Annie.

Nothing else is currently known.


ANNIE MARY A LINSDELL 1900-????

Born in Lewisham, Kent.

In 1901 baby Annie was living at Croft Cottages, Sydenham, Lewisham, London with his parents and siblings George, Ellen, Alfred and Charles.

Nothing else is currently known.


LILY WINIFRED LINSDELL 07/01/1903-1939

Born in Sydenham, Kent.

Married Frederick Thomas Wright (b 1898 in Croydon, Surrey).

Died in Lewisham, London in 1939.


JAMES LINSDELL 1905-1905

Born in Lewisham, Kent.

Died in Lewisham the same year.


MARIE MAY LINSDELL 1906-????

Born in Lewisham, Kent.

Nothing else is currently known.


FREDERICK LEONARD LINSDELL 1909-????

Born in Lewisham, Kent.

Nothing else is currently known.


ALFRED GEORGE LINSDELL 1910-1910

Born in Lewisham, Kent.

Died in Lewisham the same year.


Children of James & Esther: grand children of Thomas & Mary, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

JAMES A LINSDELL 1882-????

Born in Eccles, Lancashire.

In 1891 James was living at 39 Clarendon Road, Salford, Lancashire with his parents and siblings Thomas and Albert.

In 1901 James was living at 2 Scarsdale Street in Salford with his parents and siblings Thomas, Albert and Newman.

Nothing else is currently known.


THOMAS LINSDELL 1884-????

Born in Salford, Lancashire.

In 1891 Thomas was living at 39 Clarendon Road, Salford, Lancashire with his parents and siblings James and Albert.

In 1901 Thomas was living at 2 Scarsdale Street in Salford with his parents and siblings James, Albert and Newman.

Nothing else is currently known.


ALBERT LINSDELL 1887-????

Born in Pendleton, Lancashire.

In 1891 Albert was living at 39 Clarendon Road, Salford, Lancashire with his parents and siblings James and Thomas.

In 1901 Albert was living at 2 Scarsdale Street in Salford with his parents and siblings James, Thomas and Newman.

Nothing else is currently known.


NEWMAN LINSDELL 1894-????

Born in Pendleton, Lancashire.

In 1901 Newman was living at 2 Scarsdale Street in Salford with his parents and siblings James, Thomas and Albert.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of William & Martha: grand children of Susannah & James, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

KATE HAYLOCK 1857-????

Born in Linton, cambridgeshire.

In 1861 I cannot find the family. Saying that, I did find a Kate Haylock born right date, right place living as a niece (but transcribed as a nurse) at 41 St Andrews Road, Newington Surrey. This was the home of Charles Eldridge (cooper and his wife Mary (born in Linton). I have yet to find the connection to determin if this is the correct Kate Haylock.

In 1871 Kate was living in The Red Lion publice house, Chalton, Hampshire with her parents and siblings Mary and Charles.

In 1881 Kate was living in the Swan Inn, Station Road, Harston, Cambridgeshire with her parents and brother William (Charles).

Married Frederick William Ashby in Q3 1881 in the Chesterton reg district.

Their children:

Lily Alice 1882
Florence 1884
William Smith 1885
Albert 1886

In 1891 Kate and Frederick were living in Stones Cottages, Garden Walk, Melbourn, Cambridgeshire with their children Lily, Florence, William and Albert. Frederick was employed as a wheelwright.

In 1901 Kate and Frederick were living at 1 Gas Road, Royston, Hertfordshire with their sons William and Albert.Frederick was employed as a wheelwright still.

Nothing else is currently known.


CHARLES W H HAYLOCK 1861-1867

Born in Bermondsey, Surrey

Charles died in 1867.


MARY HAYLOCK 1865-????

Born in Chalton, Hampshire.

In 1871 Mary was living in The Red Lion publice house, Chalton, Hampshire with her parents and siblings Kate and Charles.

I cannot find Mary in 1881.

Married William John Newling (b abt. 1862 in Harston, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1888 in the Chesterton reg district, Cambridgeshire.

their children:

Hilda 1889
Percy John 1894

In 1891 Mary and William were living at 58 Fliffe(?) Street, Newington, London with their daughter Hilda. William was employed as a carpenter.

Nothing else is currently known.


CHARLES WILLIAM HAYLOCK 1868-????

Born in Chalton, Hampshire.

In 1871 Charles was living in The Red Lion publice house, Chalton, Hampshire with his parents and siblings Kate and Mary.

In 1881 Charles (transcribed as William) was living in the Swan Inn, Station Road, Harston, Cambridgeshire with her parents and sister Kate.

Married Louisa Ann Rodwell in Q4 1889 in the Chesterton reg district, Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Nora Kathleen 1890
Lucy Eveline 1891
Vera Kate 1893
Eric Wilfred 189

In 1891 Charles and Louisa were living at 1 Railway Terrace, Staveley, Derbyshire with their daughter Nora. Charles was employed as an iron furnace labourer.

In 1901 Charles and Louisa were living in the High Street, Harston, Cambridgeshire with their children Nora, Lucy, Vera and Eric. Also living there were Eliza Hamer (domestic servant) and lodgers Charles Stockbridge(bricklayers labourer) and Joseph Stockbridge. Charles was employed as a publican and butcher.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Thomas & Mary: grand children of Susannah & James, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

CHARLES THOMAS HAYLOCK 1860-1886

Born in Lower Beeding, Sussex.

In 1861 Charles was living in Buckanhill Farm Buildings, Lower Beeding, Sussex with his parents.

In 1871 Charles was living in Weston Underwood, Buckinghamshire with his parents and sister Ellen.

In 1881 Charles was living in Berry Mill, Wistanstow, Shropshire with his mother and sister Ellen. Also living there was a boarder named Henry Thomas (under gamekeeper). His father Thomas was not at home and I cannot find him. Charles was not employed.

Charles died in Wistanow in Q2 1886.


ELLEN SARAH HAYLOCK 1861-????

Born in Crawley, Sussex.

In 1871 Ellen was living in Weston Underwood, Buckinghamshire with his parents and brother Charles.

In 1881 Ellen was living in Berry Mill, Wistanstow, Shropshire with her mother and brother Charles. Also living there was a boarder named Henry Thomas (under gamekeeper). Her father Thomas was not at home and I cannot find him. Ellen was not employed.

Married Henry George Thomas (b abt. 1859 in Preston On Wye, Herefordshire) in Q2 1884 in Wistanstow.

Their children:

Edith May 1889
Charles Haylock 1895

In 1891 Ellen and Henry were living in Berry Milll, Wistanstow with their daughter Edith. Henry was employed as a game keeper. Also living there was a domestic servant Mary J Cadwaller.

In 1901 Ellen was living in the same place with their children Edith and Charles. Also living there were Henry's nephew Alfred Thomas (gamekeeper under) and a servant named Annie Bentley. Henry is missing but still alive.

Nothing else is currently known.


Child of Elizabeth: grand child of Susannah & James, great grandchild of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand child of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand child of John & Mary

ELLEN HAYLOCK 1866-????

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Ellen was living in the High Street, Linton with her mother and grandparents Susannah and James Haylock. This was their home.

In 1881 Ellen was living in the High Street, Linton with her mother, stepfather and half siblings Kate, Arthur, Alice, Ada and 2 week old Flora.

Possibly married Edward Tofts (b abt. 1861 in Linton) in Q4 1885 in the Linton reg district.

Their children:

Emily 1882
Ada 1886
Henrietta Bertha 1887
Kate Florence 1888
Edith 1889

In 1891 Ellen and Edward were living in Basham Road, Linton with their children Emily, Ada, Henrietta, Kate and Edith. Edward was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Ellen and Edward were living at Hoseham Lane, Linton with their children Bertha, Kate and Edith. Edward was employed as a general labourer.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Elizabeth & William: grand children of Susannah & James, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

KATE E WRIGHT 1874-????

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Kate was living in the High Street, Linton with her parents, half sister Ellen and siblings Arthur, Alice, Ada and 2 week old Flora.

In 1891 Kate was a visitor at 10 Tennyson Road, Willesden, Middlesex. This was the home ofWilliam Ayles (tailor, coat maker) and his family. Kate was employed as a domestic cook.

In 1901 Kate was employed as a domestic cook at 3 Alexandra Road, Hampstead, London. This was the home of spinster Elizabeth Riggs (living off her own means) and her sister Maude. Also working there was Kate's sister Florence and their brother Herbert was a visitor that day.

Nothing else is currently known.


ARTHUR WILLIAM WRIGHT 1875-????

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Arthur was living in the High Street, Linton with his parents, half sister Ellen and siblings Kate, Alice, Ada and 2 week old Flora.

In 1891 I cannot find Arthur.

In 1901 Arthur was a boarder at 206 Grove Road, Bethnal Green, London. This was the home of Samuel Tuff (police pensioner) and his family. Arthur was employed as a meat salesman (butcher).

Nothing else is currently known.


ALICE EMILY WRIGHT 1877-????

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Alice was living in the High Street, Linton with her parents, half sister Ellen and siblings Kate, Arthur, Ada and 2 week old Flora.

Nothing else is currently known.


ADA HAYLOCK WRIGHT 1878-????

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Ada was living in the High Street, Linton with her parents, half sister Ellen and siblings Kate, Arthur, Alice and 2 week old Flora.

In 1891 Ada was still living in the High Street with her parents and siblings Florence, Herbert and Ernest. Also living there was her paternal widowed grandmothermother, Rebecca Wright.

Nothing else is currently known.


FLORENCE JANE WRIGHT 1881-????

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 2 week old Flora was living in the High Street, Linton with her parents, half sister Ellen and siblings Kate, Arthur, Alice and Ada.

In 1891 Florence was still living in the High Street with her parents and siblings Ada, Herbert and Ernest. Also living there was her paternal widowed grandmothermother, Rebecca Wright.

In 1901 Florence was employed as a parlourmaid at 3 Alexandra Road, Hampstead, London. This was the home of spinster Elizabeth Riggs (living off her own means) and her sister Maude. Also working there was Florence's sister Kate and their brother Herbert was a visitor that day.

Nothing else is currently known.


HERBERT E WRIGHT 1882-????

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire

In 1891 Herbert was living in the High Street with his parents and siblings Ada, Florence and Ernest. Also living there was his paternal widowed grandmothermother, Rebecca Wright.

In 1901 Herbert was a visitor at 3 Alexandra Road, Hampstead, London. This was the home of spinster Elizabeth Riggs (living off her own means) and her sister Maude. Herbert was probably visiting his sisters Kate and Florence who were working there. Herbert was employed as a ? engineer.

Nothing else is currently known.


ERNEST GEORGE WRIGHT 1885-????

Born in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Ernest was living in the High Street with his parents and siblings Ada, Florence and Herbert. Also living there was his paternal widowed grandmothermother, Rebecca Wright.

In 1901 Ernest was still living in the High Street with his parents. Also there that day was his cousin Ada Tofts (daughter of his half sister Ellen).

Possibly married in Q4 1910 in the Downham reg district to either Beatrice M Partlett OR Dorothy Plaice.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Sarah & Read: grand children of Susannah & James, great grandchildren of Ann & Pamphillion, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

EDITH ALICE WADE 1877-????

Born in Kensington, London.

In 1881 Edith was living at 28 Cornwall Mews, Kensington with her parents and sister Ellen.

In 1891 Edith was living in Coachmans House, London Road, Trumpinton, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings Ellen, Bessie and Mabel.

In 1901 Edith was employed as a domestic nurse at Melrose, Grange Road, St Giles, Cambridge. This was the home of Arden J C Allen (Clerk in Holy Orders) and his family.

Married Frederick Walter Cowles in Q1 1903 in Cambridge.

Nothing else is currently known.


ELLEN HAYLOCK WADE 1879-????

Born in Harrow Weald, Middlesex.

In 1881 Ellen was living at 28 Cornwall Mews, Kensington with her parents and sister Edith.

In 1891 Ellen was living in Coachmans House, London Road, Trumpinton, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings Edith, Bessie and Mabel.

Nothing else is currently known.


BESSIE SARAH WADE 1881-????

Born in Cambridge.

In 1891 Bessie was living in Coachmans House, London Road, Trumpinton, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings Edith, Ellen and Mabel.

In 1901 Bessie was employed as a domestic nurse at 11 Newnham Terrace, St Andrew the Great, Cambridge. This was the home of Allen H Powles (barrister at law) and his family.

Possibly married Robert R Franklin in Q4 1919 in the Linton reg district.

Nothing else is currently known.


MABEL KATE WADE 1889-????

Born in Trumpington, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Mabel was living in Coachmans House, London Road, Trumpinton with her parents and siblings Edith, Ellen and Bessie.

In 1901 Mabel was still living in the same house with with her parents and sister Lily.

Nothing else is currently known.


LILY ETHEL WADE 1891-????

Born in Trumpington, Cambridgeshire.

In 1901 Lily was living in Coachmans House, London Road, Trumpinton with her parents and sister Mabel.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Sarah & Jacob: grand children of William & Lucy, great grandchildren of John & Mary, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

DEBORAH WARD 1843-1875

Born in Cambridge Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Deborah was living at 48 Russell Street, St Andrews the Less, Cambridge with her parents and sister Rebecca.

In 1861 Deborah was living at 99 Russell with her parents and siblings Jacob, Rebecca, Clara, Augustus and Selina. Deborah was employed as a shoe binder.

In 1871 Deborah was employed as a cook (domestic) at 19 Belmont, Bath, Somerset. This was the home of Leonard Jennings (clergyman of Church of England) and his wife.

Deborah died in Q2 1875 in Cambridge, I believe.


JACOB WARD 1844-1919

Born in Cambridge Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Jacob was with his grand parents, James and Mary Sheldrick in Fen End, Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Jacob was living at 99 Russell Street, St Andrews the Less, Cambridge with his parents and siblings Deborah, Rebecca, Clara, Augustus and Selina.

In 1871 Jacob was living at 28 Russell Street with his widowed father and siblings Rebecca, Clara, Augustus, Selina and Florence. Jacob was employed as a journeyman shoemaker.

In 1881 Jacob was still living in the same house with his father and siblings Rebecca, Augustus and Florence. Jacob was employed as a bootmaker.

Married Jane Rebecca Stalley (b 1845 in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire ) in Q4 1887 in Cambridge.

In 1891 Jacob and Jane were living in Cockburn Road, St Andrews the Less. Jacob was employed as a postman.

In 1901 Jacob and Jane were living at 10 Emmanuel Street, St Andrew the Great, Cambridgeshire. Jacob was employed as an auxillary postman.

Jacob posibly died in Cambridge in Q2 1919.


REBECCA WARD 1849-????-

Born in Cambridge Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Rebecca was living at 48 Russell Street, St Andrews the Less, Cambridge with her parents and sister Deborah.

In 1861 Rebecca was living at 99 Russell Street with her parents and siblings Deborah, Jacob, Clara, Augustus and Selina.

In 1871 Rebecca was living at 28 Russell Street with her widowed father and siblings Jacob, Clara, Augustus, Selina and Florence. Rebecca was employed as a house keeper (possibly to her own father).

In 1881 Rebecca was still living in the same house with her father and siblings Jacob, Augustus and Florence. Rebecca was still working as a housekeeper.

Married Charles Cooper (b 1843 in Elsworth, Cambridgeshire) in Cambridge in Q3 1882.

Their child:

Florence 1884
Ethel

In 1891 Rebecca and Charles were living at 26 Earl Street, St Andrew the Great with their daughter Florence. Charles was employed as a warehouseman. Boarding with them was Rebecca's youneger brother Augustus W Ward.

In 1901 Rebecca and Charles were living at 24 Earl Street with their daughters Florence and Ethel. Rebecca's brother Augustus was still lodging there. Charles was employed as a grocers assistant.


CLARA WARD 1854-????

Born in Cambridge Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Clara was living at 99 Russell Street with her parents and siblings Deborah, Jacob, Rebecca, Augustus and Selina.

In 1871 Clara was living at 28 Russell Street with her widowed father and siblings Jacob, Rebecca, Augustus, Selina and Florence.

In 1881 Clara was head of the house in North Street, Bourne, Lincolnshire. Clara was employed as a certified schoolmistress. Living with her and listed as companion was Emma Eliza Blaxter (certified schoolmistress, infants).

In 1891 Clara was a boarder in West Street Bourne. This was the home of widow Jane Morris (boot and shoe dealer. There was also another boarder named Alice B Knight (tailoress). Clara was still employed as a schollmistress.

In 1901 Clara was back living in North Street as head of the house and was employed as a schoolmistress (board).


AUGUSTUS W WARD 1858-????

Born in Cambridge Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Augustus was living at 99 Russell Stree, St Andrews the Less, Cambridge with his parents and siblings Deborah, Jacob, Rebecca, Clara and Selina.

In 1871 Augustus was living at 28 Russell Street with his widowed father and siblings Jacob, Rebecca, Clara, Selina and Florence.

In 1881 Agustus was still living in the same house with his father and siblings Jacob, Rebecca and Florence. Augustus was employed as a timber merchants clerk.

In 1891 Augustus was boarding at 26 Earl Street, St Andrew the Great with his siter Rebecca, his brother in law Charles Cooper and his niece Florence. Augustus was employed as a merchants clerk.

In 1901 Augustus was boarding at 24 Earl Street, St Andrew the Great with his siter Rebecca, his brother in law Charles Cooper and his nieces Florence and Ethel. Augustus was employed as a brick manufacturer.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


SELINA WARD 1860-1872

Born in Cambridge Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Selina was living at 99 Russell Street, St Andrews the Less, Cambridge with her parents and siblings Deborah, Jacob, Rebecca, Clara and Augustus.

In 1871 Selina was living at 28 Russell Street with her widowed father and siblings Jacob, Rebecca, Clara, Augustus and Florence.

I believe Selina died in Cambridge in Q1 1872.


FLORENCE WARD 1863-????

Born in Cambridge Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Florence was living at 28 Russell Street with his widowed father and siblings Jacob, Rebecca, Clara, Augustus and Selina.

In 1881 Florence was still living in the same house with her father and siblings Jacob, Rebecca and Augustus. Florence was employed as a pupil teacher.

In 1891 Florence was a visitor at 49 Narcissus Road, Hampstead, London. Florence was employed as an assistant teacher.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


Child of Mary: grand child of William & Lucy, great grandchild of John & Mary, 2x great grand child of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand child of John & Mary

WILLIAM HENRY MYNOTT 1850-????

Born in Newport, Monmothshire, Wales. There seems to be some conflict on where about Newport is. One census says Cardiganshire, another says Monmothshire, some trees on GU say Lincolnshire and others Cambridgeshire. I have found a birth on Free BMD recording a William Henry Minott in Newport, Monmothshire.

Christened in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire on 06/10/1850.

In 1851 he was living in Broad Green, Horseheath with his mother and grandfather in the home of his great grandmother, Mary Mynott.

In 1861 William was living in the High Street, Horseheath with his grandfather William Mynott and his great grand mother Mary Mynott.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


Children of Mary & Edward: grand children of William & Lucy, great grandchildren of John & Mary, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

EDWARD RICHARD MAUNDER 1856-1875

Born in Hammersmith, London.

In 1861 Edward was living at 10 Albion Road, Hammersmith, London with his parents and siblings Robert and baby Charles.

In 1871 Edward was living at 4 ? Cottages, Hammersmith with his parents and siblings William (Robert), Charles, Sarah and Joseph. Edward was employed as an errand boy out of plan (?).

Died in Kensington, London in 1875.


ROBERT WIILIAM MAUNDER 1857-????

Born in Hammersmith, London.

In 1861 Robert was living at 10 Albion Road, Hammersmith, London with his parents and siblings Edward and baby Charles.

In 1871 Robert (or William as he was referred to in this census) was living at 4 ? Cottages, Hammersmith with his parents and siblings Edward, Charles, Sarah and Joseph.

I cannot find Robert in 1881.

Married Annie Bishop (b 1863 in London) in 1882 in London.

Their children:

George W 1882
Ernest 1884
Annie M1886
Dorothy M1889
Lily1892
Charles1893
Hilda1897

In 1891 Robert and Annie were living at 144 Duke Road, Chiswick with their children George, Ernest, Annie and Dorothy. There was also a visitor that day named Alice Bishop (general servant domestic). Robert was employed as a house painter.

CHARLES MAUNDER 06/05/1860-1886

Born in Hammersmith, London.

In 1861 baby Charles was living at 10 Albion Road, Hammersmith, London with his parents and siblings Edward and Robert.

In 1871 Charles was living at 4 ? Cottages, Hammersmith with his parents and siblings Edward, William (Robert), Sarah and Joseph.

In 1881 Charls was a lodger at 43 Dukes Road, Chiswick, London. This was the home of Thomas Singer (builder) and his family. Charels was employed as a book binder.

Died in Fulham, London in 1886.


SARAH MAUNDER 1865-????

Born in Hammersmith, London.

In 1871 Sarah was living at 4 ? Cottages, Hammersmith with her parents and siblings Edward, William (Robert), Charles and Joseph.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


JOSEPH MAUNDER 1866-????

Born in Hammersmith, London.

In 1871 Joseph was living at 4 ? Cottages, Hammersmith with his parents and siblings Edward, William (Robert), Charles and Sarah.

In 1881 Joseph was employed as a page at Walpole House, Chiswick, London. This was the home of Thomas C Allen (principal of boys boarding school) and his family.

In 1891 Joseph was living at 8 Standish Road, Hammersmith with his mother and stepfather. Joseph was employed as a coal and insurance collector and carman.

Married Eliza Winter (b 1869 in Shepherds Bush, London) in 1897.

Their child:

Mabel 1898

In 1901 Joseph and Eliza were living at 89 Vespan Road, Hammersmith with their daughter Mabel. Joseph was employed as an insurance agent for Prudential Life.

Children of Mary Ann & John: grand children of Frances & William, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

GEORGE CLARKE 1858-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened ther on 07/08/1859 as George Sorrell.

In 1861 George (John) was living in Helions Bumpstead with his parents and sister Hephzibah.

In 1871 George was living in Churchstone Hill, Little Wratting, Suffolk with his parents and siblings Hephzibah, Frederick, William, Sarah, Lydia and Matilda.

Married Ann Kiddy (b 1859 in Helions Bumstead, Essex) in Q1 1880 in the Risbridge reg district.

Their children:

John 1880
George 1884
William1885
Maurice Thomas 1889
Albert 1893
Stanley 1894

In 1881 George and Ann were living in the High Street, Haverhill, Suffolk with their son John. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 George and Ann were living at 12 Union Square, Haverhill with their children John, George, William and Maurice. George was employed as a bricklayers labourer and Ann as a shirt maker. George's brother Frederick and his family lived a few doors away, at number 12.

In 1901 George and Ann were living in the same house with their children John, George, William, Mannie, Albert and Stanley. George was employed as a journeyman painter and Ann as a shirt maker. Frederick and his family still lived in the same house a few doors away.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


HEPHZIBAH CLARKE 1861-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 01/06/1862.

This is a strange one. I can find no birth record on Free BMD for a Hephzibah but the christening record on the IGI says Hephzibak and the mother is Mary Ann Sorrell (so definitelty the right parents). The trees I have found her on in Genes Reunited all have her down as Elizabeth, who I can find on the Free BMD.

In 1861 Hephzibah was living in Helions Bumpstead with her parents and brother John (George).

In 1871 Hephzibah was living in Churchstone Hill, Little Wratting, Suffolk with her parents and siblings George, Frederick, William, Sarah, Lydia and Matilda.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


FREDERICK CLARKE 1861-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 25/05/1862.

In 1871 Frederick was living in Churchstone Hill, Little Wratting, Suffolk with his parents and siblings George, Hephzibah, William, Sarah, Lydia and Matilda.

In 1881 Frederick was living in Little Wratting (in what looks like Privates Houses) with his parents and siblings William, Martha (must be Matilda), John, Robert and Mary. Frederick was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Emma Mizon (b 1862 in Little Wratting, Suffolk) in Q4 1881 in the Risbridge reg district.

Their children:

George 1882
Lily May 1885
Percy 1887
Arthur 1892
Winifred 1893
Frederick W
Louisa M

In 1891 Frederick and Emma were living at 7 Union Square, Haverhill, Suffolk with their children George, Lily and Percy. Frederick was employed as an agricultural labourer and Emma as a sewing machinist. Frederick's brother George and his family lived a few doors away, at number 12.

In 1901 Frederick and Emma were still living in the same house with their children George, Lily May, Percy, Arthur, Winnie, Frederick and baby Louisa. Frederick was employed as an agricultural labourer and Emma as a trousers finisher. George and his family still lived in the same house a few doors away.


WILLIAM CLARKE 1863-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 07/11/1869.

In 1871 William was living in Churchstone Hill, Little Wratting, Suffolk with his parents and siblings George, Hephzibah, Frederick, Sarah, Lydia and Matilda.

In 1881 William was living in Little Wratting (in what looks like Privates Houses) with his parents and siblings Frederick, Martha (must be Matilda), John, Robert and Mary. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


SARAH CLARKE 1864-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 07/11/1869.

In 1871 Sarah was living in Churchstone Hill, Little Wratting, Suffolk with her parents and siblings George, Hephzibah, Frederick, William, Lydia and Matilda.

I cannot find Sarah in 1881.

Married Frederick Belsham (b 1864 in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1885 in the Risbridge reg district.

In 1891 Sarah and Frederick were living in Haverhill Road, Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire. Frederick was employed as a thatcher and Sarah as a tailoress.

In 1901 Sarah and Frederick were living in the village, Castel Camps. Frederick was employed as a thatcher and Sarah as a tailoress.

Frederick died in Castle Camps in 1930.

Sarah died in Castle Camps in 1940.


LYDIA CLARKE 1866-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 04/02/1867.

In 1871 Lydia was living in Churchstone Hill, Little Wratting, Suffolk with her parents and siblings George, Hephzibah, Frederick, William, Sarah and Matilda.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


MATILDA CLARKE 1869-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

Christened there on 07/11/1869.

In 1871 Matilda was living in Churchstone Hill, Little Wratting, Suffolk with her parents and siblings George, Hephzibah, Frederick, William, Sarah and Lydia.

In 1881 Martha (as she was transcribed on this census) was living in Little Wratting (in what looks like Privates Houses) with her parents and siblings Frederick, William, John, Robert and Mary.

In 1891 Matilda was living in Little Wilson, Kedington, Essex with her parents and siblings John and Mary Ann.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


JOHN CLARKE 1871-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1881 John was living in Little Wratting (in what looks like Privates Houses) with his parents and siblings Frederick, William, Martha (must be Matilda), Robert and Mary.

In 1891 John was living in Little Wilson, Kedington, Essex with his parents and siblings Matilda and Mary Ann.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


ROBERT CLARKE 1873-????

Born in Little Wratting, Suffolk.

In 1881 Robert was living in Little Wratting (in what looks like Privates Houses) with his parents and siblings Frederick, William, Martha (must be Matilda), John and Mary.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


MARY ANN CLARKE 1881-????

Born in Little Wratting, Suffolk.

In 1881 Mary was living in Little Wratting (in what looks like Privates Houses) with his parents and siblings Frederick, William, Martha (must be Matilda), John and Robert.

In 1891 Mary Ann was living in Little Wilson, Kedington, Essex with her parents and siblings Matilda and John.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


Children of Catherine & Enoch: grand children of William & Ann, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

ELIZABETH ANNE RICHARDSON 1864-????

Born in Saffron Walden, Essex.

Christend there on 11/12/1864.

In 1871 Elizabeth was living at Alpha Place, Saffron Walden with her parents and siblings Annie, Henrietta and Enoch.

I cannot find Elizabeth in 1881.

Married William Loader (b 1862 in Thame, Oxon) in Saffron Walden in Q4 1887.

Their children:

Elizabeth Kate 1888
Arthur William R 1889
Florence Maud 1890
Beatrice 1891
Ernest George 1893
Ann E 1900

In 1891 Elizabeth and William are living at Melston, Nethershall Gardens, Hampstead, London with their children Arthur, Florence and baby Beatrice. Kate, as Elizabeth was known was at her maternal grandmother, Catherine Richardson's house that day.Elizabeth's brother Enoch was visting them that day. William was employed as a coachman domestic.

In 1901 Elizabeth and William are living at 45 Blenheim Terrace, Marylebone, London with their children Kate , Arthur, Florence, Beatrice, Ernest and Ada. There were also 2 lodgers named Flora Waters (living off own means) and Fanny Castells (monthly nurse) living there. William was employed as a cab driver groom.


ANNIE RICHARDSON 1866-????

Born in Saffron Walden, Essex.

Christend there n 13/05/186

In 1871 Annie was living at Alpha Place, Saffron Walden with her parents and siblings Elizabeth, Henrietta and Enoch.

In 1881 Annie was living in Mount Pleasant, Saffron Walden with her parents and siblings Henrietta, Enoch, Julia, Eleanor, Benjamin and Edith.

In 1891 Annie was employed as a domestic servant in Museum Street, Saffron Walden. This was the home of Henry C Hayward (club manager).

Nothing else is currently known of her.


HENRIETTA KATE RICHARDSON 1868-????

Born in Saffron Walden, Essex.

Christend there on 12/09/1869.

In 1871 Henrietta was living at Alpha Place, Saffron Walden with her parents and siblings Elizabeth, Annie and Enoch.

In 1881 Henrietta was living in Mount Pleasant, Saffron Walden with her parents and siblings Annie, Enoch, Julia, Eleanor, Benjamin and Edith.

In 1891 Henrietta was employed as a general servant at 52 Blenheim Gardens, Willsden, Middlesex. This was the home of Wiiliam Tremain (wholesale fancy warehouseman) and his family.

There is a Hettie Richardson in the 1901 census with the correct details working as an attendant on the insane (an Officer) in an asylum (presumably) in Bicton, Shropshire.

A Henrietta Kate Richardson married in Q3 1902 in the Solihull reg district (Warwickshire, West Midlands and Worcestershire) to either Joseph Thomas Hall or Lewis Williams. Whether the last 2 entries are the correct person or not I do not know but would welcome any confirmation or denial.


ENOCH RICHARDSON 1870-????

Born in Saffron Walden, Essex.

In 1871 Enoch was living at Alpha Place, Saffron Walden with his parents and siblings Elizabeth, Annie and Henrietta.

In 1881 Enoch was living in Mount Pleasant, Saffron Walden with his parents and siblings Annie, Henrietta, Julia, Eleanor, Benjamin and Edith.

in 1891 Enoch was visiting his sister Elizabeth and her family at Melston, Nethershall Gardens, Hampstead, London. Enoch was employed as a carpenter.

Married Mary ? (b 1871 in Harrow on the Hill, Middlesex). I have yet to find a marriage.

In 1901 Enoch and Mary were living at 13 Leighton Grove, St Pancras, London. Enoch was still working as a carpenter.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


JULIA MARY RICHARDSON 1875-????

Born in Saffron Walden, Essex.

In 1881 Annie was living in Mount Pleasant, Saffron Walden with her parents and siblings Annie, Henrietta, Enoch, Julia Eleanor, Benjamin and Edith.

in 1891 Julia was employed as a nurse and housemaid in the High Street, Orpington, Kent. This was the home of Robert W Grieff (import and export and colonial merchant) and his family.

Quite possibly married William John Allard in Q1 1900 in the Atcham reg district (Montgomeryshire and Shropshire).

In 1901 Julia and William were living at 1 Sprungfold (?) Road, Yardley, Warwickshire. William was employed as a caretaker of barding schools.


ELEANOR RICHARDSON 1875-????

Born in Saffron Walden, Essex.

In 1881 Eleanor was living in Mount Pleasant, Saffron Walden with her parents and siblings Annie, Henrietta, Enoch, Julia, Benjamin and Edith.

In 1891 Eleanor was employed as a general servant domestic in Audley Road, Saffrom Walden. This was the home of John Hutchin (congregational minister) and his wife.

In 1901 Eleanor was living at 1 Mount Pleasant (probably the same house) with her parents and siblings Benjamin and Florence.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


BENJAMIN WILLIAM RICHARDSON 1877-????

Born in Saffron Walden, Essex.

In 1881 Benjamin was living in Mount Pleasant, Saffron Walden with his parents and siblings Annie, Henrietta, Enoch, Julia, Eleanor and Edith.

In 1891 Benjamin was living in the same house with his mother and siblings Edith, Kate and Florence. His niece Elizabeth Loader (daughter of sister Elizabeth) was also there that day. Benjamin was employed as an errand boy.

In 1901 Benjamin was living at 1 Mount Pleasant (probably the same house) with his parents and siblings Eleanor and Florence. Benjamin was employed as a bricklayer.

Married Q4 1903 in the Saffron Walden reg district to either Martha Amelia Moore OR Ellen Perry.


EDITH MAY RICHARDSON 1879-????

Born in Saffron Walden, Essex.

In 1881 Edith was living in Mount Pleasant, Saffron Walden with her parents and siblings Annie, Henrietta, Enoch, Julia, Eleanor and Benjamin.

In 1891 Edith was living in the same house with her mother and siblings Benjamin, Kate and Florence. Her niece Elizabeth Loader (daughter of sister Elizabeth) was also there that day.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


KATE RICHARDSON 1881-????

Born in Saffron Walden, Essex.

In 1891 Kate was living in Mount Pleasant, Saffron Walden with her mother and siblings Benjamin, Edith and Florence. Her niece Elizabeth Loader (daughter of sister Elizabeth) was also there that day.

In 1901 Kate was employed as a kitchen maid in The Rock, Reigate, Surrey. This was the home of William Cleaver (Africa merchant) and his family.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


FLORENCE MAUD RICHARDSON 1883-????

Born in Saffron Walden, Essex.

In 1891 Florence was living in Mount Pleasant, Saffron Walden with her mother and siblings Benjamin, Edith and Kate. Her niece Elizabeth Loader (daughter of sister Elizabeth) was also there that day.

In 1901 Florence was living at 1 Mount Pleasant (probably the same house) with her parents and siblings Eleanor and Benjamin. Florence was employed as a dressmaker.

Married in Saffron Walden reg district in Q3 1909 to either Arthur Albert Horder OR Laurie George Thomas.


Child of John & Emily: grand child of William & Ann, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand child of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand child of John & Mary

ELIZABETH ANN MYNOTT 1871-????

Born in Earith, Huntingdonshire.

In 1871 baby Elizabeth was living with her parents at 5 Chapel Lane, Bluntisham, Huntingdonshire with her parents.

Elizabeth's mother died in 1871.

In 1881 Elizabeth was living in St Ives, Huntingdonshire with her father, stepmother and half siblings Emily, Charles, Amelia and Gertrude.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


Children of John & Mary: grand children of William & Ann, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

EMILY EVA MYNOTT 1873-????

Born in Abbots Ripton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Emily was living St Ives, Huntingdonshire with her parents, half sister Eilzabeth and siblings Charles, Amelia and Gertrude.

In 1891 Emily was employed as a domestic servant in the Rectory at Papworth St Agnes, Huntingdonshire. This was the home of Arthur F Heaton (clerk in Holy Orders, Curater, Sole Charge) and his family.

In 1901 Emily was employed as a parlourmaid at 2 Redcliffe Square, Kensington, London. This was the home of widow Harriet E Holloway (living off own means) and her son.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


CHARLES WILLIAM MYNOTT 1876-1903

Born in Abbots Ripton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Charles was living St Ives, Huntingdonshire with his parents, half sister Eilzabeth and siblings Emily, Amelia and Gertrude.

In 1891 Charles was employed as a billiard marker and classed as a servant, living in the Golden Lion, Market Hill, St Ives, Huntingdonshire.

In 1901 Charles was a Bombadier in the Royal garrison Artillery stationed at Dover Castle, Dover, Kent.

Died in Somersham, Cambridgeshire in 1903.


AMELIA MYNOTT 1877-????

Born in Abbots Ripton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Amelia was living St Ives, Huntingdonshire with her parents, half sister Eilzabeth and siblings Emily, Charles and Gertrude.

In 1891 Amelia was living in Great Staughton, Huntingdonshire with her parents and siblings Gertrude, Alfred, Louisa, Frederick and Herbert. Amelia was employed as a domestic help.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


GERTRUDE MYNOTT 1879-1928?

Born in Somersham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Gertrude was living St Ives, Huntingdonshire with her parents, half sister Eilzabeth and siblings Emily, Charles and Amelia.

In 1891 Gertrude was living in Great Staughton, Huntingdonshire with her parents and siblings Amelia, Alfred, Louisa, Frederick and Herbert.

In 1901 Gertrude was employed as a house parlourmaid at 19 Lloyd Square, Clerkenwell, London. This was the home of John E Wakerley (Weslyan Minister) and his wife.

Died in 1928 in Hastings reg district, Sussex.


ALFRED CLAUDE MYNOTT 1882-1967

Born in Somersham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Alfred was living in Great Staughton, Huntingdonshire with his parents and siblings Amelia, Gertrude, Louisa, Frederick and Herbert.

In 1901 Alfred was a gunner in the Royal Artillery, stationed at the Sheerness Garrison in Kent.

Married Emily Bennet (b 1884 in Essex) in Q4 1905 in the Orsett reg district, Essex.

Their children:

Herbert 24/06/1906
Charles Frederick 18/04/1910
Irene R G 1911
Margaret E1913
Lily1915
Edna G1920
Cicely M1923

Alfred died in Essex in 1967.

Emily died in Essex in 1987.>


LOUISA MYNOTT 1884-????

Born in Somersham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Louisa was living in Great Staughton, Huntingdonshire with her parents and siblings Amelia, Gertrude, Alfred, Frederick and Herbert.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


FREDERICK MYNOTT 1886-????

Born in Somersham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Frederick was living in Great Staughton, Huntingdonshire with his parents and siblings Amelia, Gertrude, Alfred, and Louisa.

In 1901 Frederick was living in Elan (?) Place, Fen Stanton, Huntingdonshire with his parents and brother Herbert.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


HERBERT ERNEST MYNOTT 1891-1901

Born in Great Staughton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Herbert was living in Great Staughton, Huntingdonshire with his parents and siblings Amelia, Gertrude, Alfred, Louisa and Frederick.

In 1901 Herbert was living in Elan (?) Place, Fen Stanton, Huntingdonshire with his parents and brother Frederick.

Died in Cambridgeshire in 1901.


Child of Mary & Ephram: grand child of William & Ann, great grandchild of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand child of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand child of John & Mary

FANNY FREEMAN 1875-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Fanny's mother died when she was 4 years old.

In 1881 Fanny was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her father and stepmother.

In 1891 Fanny was living in Pear Farm, Hildersham, Cambridgeshire with her parents.

Married Christopher Richardson in Q1 1900 in Impington, Cambridgeshire.

Their child:

Fanny 1901

In 1901 Fanny and Christopher were living at Great Bartlow, Bartlow End, Essex with their daughter Fanny (aged just 2 days). Christopher was employed as a railway porter by G.E.R.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


Child of Ursula & George: grand child of William & Ann, great grandchild of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand child of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand child of John & Mary

HESTER PRESTON 1872-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Hester was living as a boarder at 2 Union Row, Tottenham, Middlesex with her parents.

Married Alfred Capon (b 1869 in St Lukes, London)in Q 2 1889 in the Edmunton reg district, Middlesex. She married under the name of Esther.

Their children:

George William 1889
Esther
Alfred1896
Frederick1897
William 1899
Leslie1900

In 1891 Esther and Alfred were living at 17 Northumberland Road, Edmonton with their children George and baby Esther. Alfred was employed as a hawker of fish.

In 1901 Esther and Alfred were living at 48 Union Road, Edmonton with their children George, Esther, Alfred, Frederick, William and Leslie. Alfred's brother George (carman)and his wife and son were also there that day. Alfred was working as a greengrocer and he had his own account.


Children of James & Elizabeth: grand children of William & Ann, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

ETHEL MAY MYNOTT 1882-????

Born in Caxton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Ethel was living in the High Street, Fen Ditton, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings James, Herbert, Maud, Emily and Charles.

In 19011 Ethel was employed as a domestic parlourmaid at The Hill Farm, Stow cum Quy, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of Wolston Frances (retired major (next few words scribbled over) infantry)and his wife. Her sister mMaud also worked there with her.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


JAMES WILLIAM MYNOTT 1883-1908

Born in Caxton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 James was living in the High Street, Fen Ditton, Cambridgeshire with his parents and siblings Ethel, Herbert, Maud, Emily and Charles.

In 1901 James was living in Ditton Lane, Fen Ditton with his parents and siblings Herbert, Emily, Charles, Percival, Sidney, Eva and Alice. James was employed as a labourer on a brickyard.

Died in Cambridgeshire in 1908.


HERBERT JOHN MYNOTT 1885-1966

Born in Caxton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Herbert was living in the High Street, Fen Ditton, Cambridgeshire with his parents and siblings Ethel, James, Maud, Emily and Charles.

In 1901 Herbert was living in Ditton Lane, Fen Ditton with his parents and siblings James, Emily, Charles, Percival, Sidney, Eva and Alice. Herbert was employed as a drapers porter.

Married Annie Maltby (b abt 1885) in Q1 1915 in Cambridge.

Died in Cambridgeshire in 1966.


MAUD MYNOTT 1887-????

Born in Bottisham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Maud was living in the High Street, Fen Ditton, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings Ethel, James, Herbert, Emily and Charles.

In 1901 Maud was employed as a between girl at at The Hill Farm, Stow cum Quy, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of Wolston Frances (retired major (next few words scribbled over) infantry)and his wife. Her sister Ethel also worked there.

Married Geroge Unwin (b abt 1887) in Q4 1914 in the Chesterton reg district.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


EMILY MYNOTT 1889-1922

Born in Fen Ditton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Emily was living in the High Street, Fen Ditton, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings Ethel, James, Herbert, Maud and Charles.

In 1901 Emily was living in Ditton Lane, Fen Ditton with her parents and siblings James, Herbert, Charles, Percival, Sidney, Eva and Alice.

Died in Cambridgeshire in 1922.


CHARLES MYNOTT 05/05/1890-1976

Born in Fen Ditton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Charles was living in the High Street, Fen Ditton, Cambridgeshire with his parents and siblings Ethel, James, Herbert, Maud and Emily.

In 1901 Charles was living in Ditton Lane, Fen Ditton with his parents and siblings James, Herbert, Emily, Percival, Sidney, Eva and Alice.

Died in Cambridgeshire in 1976.


PERCIVAL MYNOTT 28/09/1892-1988

Born in Fen Ditton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1901 Percival was living in Ditton Lane, Fen Ditton with his parents and siblings James, Herbert, Emily, Charles, Sidney, Eva and Alice.

Married Edith Maud Smart (b abt 1892).

Died in 1988 in the Cleveland reg district.


SIDNEY MYNOTT 03/03/1894-1982

Born in Fen Ditton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1901 Sidney was living in Ditton Lane, Fen Ditton with his parents and siblings James, Herbert, Emily, Charles, Percival, Eva and Alice.

Married Muriel Rogers (b abt 1894).

Their child:

Michael 1938

Died in the Westminster reg district in 1982.


EVA ELLEN MYNOTT 22/02/1897-1981

Born in Fen Ditton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1901 Eva was living in Ditton Lane, Fen Ditton with her parents and siblings James, Herbert, Emily, Charles, Percival, Sidney and Alice.

Died in Canada in 1981.


ALICE MYNOTT 31/03/1900-1988

Born in Fen Ditton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1901 Alice was living in Ditton Lane, Fen Ditton with her parents and siblings James, Herbert, Emily, Charles, Percival, Sidney and Eva.

Died in 1988 in the Eastbourne reg district.


REGINALD MYNOTT 13/11/1901-1975

Born in Cambridgeshire.

Married Gladys Jonas (b 1911).

Reginald died in Cambridgeshire in 1975.

Gladys died in Cambridgeshire in 1984.


Children of Susan & George: grand children of William & Ann, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

MARY CRACKNELL 1883-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Mary was living in Horseheath with her parents and siblings Fanny and John.

Married George Parmentor (b) in Q4 1900 in Balsham.

In 1901 Mary and George were living at Wadlow, West Wratting, Cambridgeshire. George was employed as an agricultural labourer. Mary's younger sister Kate (aged 5) was there with them that day.

Nothing else is currnetly known of her.


FANNY CRACKNELL 1886-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Fanny was living in Horseheath with her parents and siblings Mary and John.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


JOHN CRACKNELL 1889-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 John was living in Horseheath with his parents and siblings Mary and Fanny.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


ALBERT WILLIAM CRACKNELL 1892-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

In 1901 Albert was living in Horseheath with his parents and siblings Kate and Rose. Kate also appears on the census at the home of their older sister Mary and her husband.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


KATE ANN CRACKNELL 1895-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

In 1901 Kate was living in Horseheath with her parents and siblings Albert and Rose. Kate also appears on the census at the home of their older sister Mary and her husband.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


FLORENCE ROSE CRACKNELL 1898-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

In 1901 Rose (as she appeared on the census) was living in Horseheath with her parents and siblings Albert and Kate. Kate also appears on the census at the home of their older sister Mary and her husband.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


LILY MAUD CRACKNELL 1904-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


Children of Martin & Elizabeth: grand children of William & Ann, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

ALICE MAY MYNOTT 1888-????

Born in Bocking, Essex.

In 1891 Alice was living in Church Street, Bocking with her parents and brother Arthur.

In 1901 Alice was living in Warwick ? in West Berholt, Essex with her parents and siblings Arthur, George, Walter and Ernest.

Possibly married Percy N King in Q4 1912 in the Romford reg district, Essex.


ARTHUR WILLIAM MYNOTT 1890-????

Born in Bocking, Essex.

In 1891 Arthur was living in Church Street, Bocking with his parents and sister Alice.

In 1901 Arthur was living in Warwick ? in West Berholt, Essex with his parents and siblings Alice, George, Walter and Ernest.

Possibly married Florence L Walker in Q4 1922 in the Bishops Stortford reg district.


GEORGE HENRY MYNOTT 1892-????

Born in Bocking, Essex.

In 1901 George was living in Warwick ? in West Berholt, Essex with his parents and siblings Alice, Arthur, Walter and Ernest.

Married Alice M Dorrington (b 1890 in Hornchurch, Essex) in Q1 1913 in the Romford reg district, Essex.


WALTER MARTIN MYNOTT 1896-????

Born in Roxwell, Essex.

In 1901 Walter was living in Warwick ? in West Berholt, Essex with his parents and siblings Alice, Arthur, George and Ernest.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


ERNEST EDWARD MYNOTT 18994-????

Born in Tillingham, Essex.

In 1901 Ernest was living in Warwick ? in West Berholt, Essex with his parents and siblings Alice, Arthur, George and Walter.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


Children of Martha & Robert: grand children of Ann & James, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

WILLIAM J CHALLIS 1863-????

Born in Tottenham, London.

In 1871 William was living in The Hale, Tottenham, Middlesex with his parents and siblings Edward, Arthur, Emma and their uncle Isaac.

I cannot find William in 1881.

Married Maud ? (b 1867 in Chichester, West Sussex).

Their children:

Maud 1886
William 1889
Anne1890
William1892
Frederick1894
Jessie1896
Caroline1898
Ellen1900

In 1891 William and Maud were living at 1 Agnes Street, west Ham, Essex with their children Maud and William. William was employed as a carman hore (?) liner. William's brother Frederick (cable maker) was also there that day.

In 1901 William and Maud were living at 69 Clarence Road, Walthamstow, Essex with their children Maud, Anne, William, Frederick, Jessie, Caroline and Ellen. William was employed as a weld linker (?).


EDWARD CHALLIS 1864-????

Born in Shalford, Essex.

In 1871 Edward was living in The Hale, Tottenham, Middlesex with his parents and siblings Arthur, Emma and their uncle Isaac.

In 1881 Edward was living at 3 Providence Place, High Cross Lane, Tottenham with his parents and siblings Arthur, Emma, Frederick, Samuel. Annie, Amelia and Robert. His uncle William (mother's brother) was also there.He was employed as a gentleman's servant - a page.

I can find nothing else on Edward at the present time.


ARTHUR JAMES CHALLIS 1866-????

Born in Plaistow, Essex.

In 1871 Arthur was living in The Hale, Tottenham, Middlesex with his parents and siblings William, Edward, Emma and their uncle Isaac.

In 1881 Arthur was living at 3 Providence Place, High Cross Lane, Tottenham with his parents and siblings Edward, Emma, Frederick, Samuel. Annie, Amelia and Robert. His uncle William (mother's brother) was also there.He was employed as a greengrocers assistant.

Married Jane Southorn (b 1867 in Coventry, West Midlands) in Q1 1887 in the Coventry reg district.

Their children:

Augusta Amelia 1888
Florence1890
Beatrice1898
Ethel1900

In 1891 Arthur and Jane were living at 15 Catherine Street, west ham with their daughters Augusta and Florence. Arthur was employed as a general labourer.

In 1901 Arthur and Jane were living at 15 Malvern Road, Tottenham with their children Amelia, May, Beatrice and Ethel. Arthur was employed as a general labourer.His parents and siblings Anni, Robert and Herbert lived next door at number 16.


EMMA AMELIA CHALLIS 1868-????

Born in Plaistow, Essex.

In 1871 Emma was living in The Hale, Tottenham, Middlesex with her parents and siblings Edward, Arthur, Emma and their uncle Is3 Providence Place, High Cross Lane,3 Provedence Place, Tottenham with her parents and siblings Edward, Arthur, Frederick, Samuel, Annie, Amelia and Robert. Her uncle William (mother's brother) was also there.

In 1891 Emma was living at Fountain ? in Tottenham with her parents and siblings Samuel, Annie, Robert and Herbert. She was employed as a pull hand.

Married either William Emery or Harry Beavis in Q1 1893 in the Edmonton reg district. I cannot find her on the 1901 census to find out which one it was.


FREDERICK JAMES CHALLIS 1871-????

Born in Tottenham, London.

In 1881 Frederick was living at 3 Providence Place, High Cross Lane, Tottenham with his parents and siblings Edward, Arthur, Emma, Samuel, Annie, Amelia and Robert. His uncle William (mother's brother) was also there.

In 1891 Frederick was at his brother William's house. Whether he was living there or not I don't know as he is just down as brother. Frederick was employed as a cable maker.

Married Mary Jane Waling (b 1869 in Wisbeach, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1893 in the Edmonton reg district, London.

Their children:

Eva ary 1896
Thomas Frederick 1900

In 1901 Frederick and Mary were living at 2 Heatherbell Cottages, Little Thurrock, Essex with their children Eva and baby Thomas. Frederick was employed as a general labourer. His brother samuel and his family lived next door.


SAMUEL CHALLIS 1873-????

Born in Tottenham, London.

In 1881 Samuel was living at 3 Providence Place, High Cross Lane, Tottenham with his parents and siblings Edward, Arthur, Emma, Frederick, Annie, Amelia and Robert. His uncle William (mother's brother) was also there.

In 1891 Samuel was living at Fountain ? in Tottenham with his parents and siblings Emma, Annie, Robert and Herbert.

Married Rose Emily Morris (b 1873 in Dalston, London)in Q3 1895 in the Hackney reg district, London.

Their children:

Rose 1896
Charles 1901

In 1901 Samuel and Rose were living at 3 Heatherbell Cottages, Little Thurrock, Essex with their children Rose and baby Charles. His brother Frederick and his family lived next door. Samuel was employed as a plasters labourer.

ANNIE A CHALLIS 1875-????

Born in Tottenham, London.

In 1881 Annie was living at 3 Providence Place, High Cross Lane, Tottenham with her parents and siblings Edward, Arthur, Emma, Frederick, Samuel, Amelia and Robert. Her uncle William (mother's brother) was also there.

In 1891 Annie was living at Fountain ? in Tottenham with her parents and siblings Emma, Samuel, Robert and Herbert.

In 1901 Annie was living at 16 Malvern Road, Tottenham with her parents and siblings Robert and Herbert. Her brother Arthur and his family lived next door at number 15.


AUGUSTA AMELIA CHALLIS 1877-????

Born in Tottenham, London.

In 1881 Amelia was living at 3 Providence Place, High Cross Lane, Tottenham with hers parents and Emma, Samuel, Annie, Robert and Herbert. Her uncle William (mother's brother) was also there.

I cannot find Amelia (or Augusta) in either 1891 or 1901.

Married Charles Rowley in the Coventry reg district in Q1 1907.


ROBERT WILLIAM CHALLIS 1879-????

Born in Tottenham, London.

In 1881 Robert was living at 3 Providence Place, High Cross Lane, with his parents and siblings Edward, Arthur, Emma, Frederick, Samuel. Annie and Amelia. His uncle William (mother's brother) was also there.

In 1891 Robert was living at Fountain ? in Tottenham with her parents and siblings Emma, Samuel, Annie and Herbert.

In 1901 Robert was living at 16 Malvern Road, Tottenham with her parents and siblings Annie and Herbert. His brother Arthur and his family lived next door at number 15. Robert was a butcher.

HERBERT CHARLES CHALLIS 1883-????

In 1891 Herbert was living at Fountain ? in Tottenham with her parents and siblings Emma, Samuel, Annie and Robert.

In 1901 Herbert was living at 16 Malvern Road, Tottenham with her parents and siblings Annie and Robert. His brother Arthur and his family lived next door at number 15. Herbert was a labourer.

Married Elizabeth Davis (b 1885 in London).


Children of Sarah & Charles: grand children of Ann & James, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

RICHARD MYNOTT 1861-1905

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Richard was living in in Mill Green, Shudy Camps with his parents and siblings Harry and Sarah.

In 1881 Richard was employed as a groom at 52 Terminus Road, Eastbourne, Sussex. This was the home of Emma Cheney (umbrella maker) and her mother.

Married Lydia Brown (b 1860 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1883 in the St Pancras reg district, London.

Their children:

Alice 1883
Harry 1887
Daisy1890

In 1891 Richard and Lydia were living at 44 St John's Wood Terrace, Marylebone, London with their children Alice, Harry and Daisy. Richard was employed as a groom domestic servant.

In 1901 Richard and Lydia were living in Elfinwood Cottage, Haywards Heath, Sussex with their children Alice, Harry and Daisy. Richard was employed as a domestic coachman.


ALFRED MYNOTT 1863-1864

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Died in Shudy Camps a year later.


HARRY MYNOTT 17/09/1865-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/01/1866.

In 1871 Harry was living in in Mill Green, Shudy Camps with his parents and siblings Richard and Sarah.

In 1881 Harry was living Mill Green Cottage, Shudy Camps with her mother, stepfather, sister Sarah, half siblings Ada and Frederick and step brothers George, Charles and Alfred. Harry was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Harry was living at Nosterfield End, Shudy Camps with his mother, stepfather and half siblings Ada, Frederick and Lily asc well as his stepbrother Alfred. Harry was employed as a farm labourer.

In 1901 Harry was still livng with his mother and step father in Nosterfield End where he was employed as a horseman on a farm.


SARAH ANN MYNOTT 17/11/1868 -????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Sarah was living in in Mill Green, Shudy Camps with her parents and siblings Richard and Harry.

In 1881 Sarah was living in Mill Green Cottage, Shudy Camps with her mother, stepfather, brother Harry, half siblings Ada and Frederick and step brothers George, Charles and Alfred.

Married Isaac Ager (b 1866 in Shudy Camps)in Q 1 1887 in Shudy Camps.

Their children:

Alice 1888
Ethel 1890
Maud 1891
Fanny1893
Frank1995
Ernest1898
Elsie1902
Percy1903
Winifred1904
Richard1905
Christopher1907

In 1891 Sarah and Isacc were living in Shudy Camps with their daughters Alice and Ethel and Isaac was employed as a farm labourer.

In 1901 Sarah and Isaac were living at Mill Green, Shudy Camps with their children Ethel, Maud, Fanny, Frank, Ernest and baby Elsie. Isaac was employed as a labourer on a farm.


Children of Sarah & Aaron: grand children of Ann & James, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

FREDERICK RAWLINSON 1876-1876

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 05/03/1876.

Died in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire and was buried there on 17/05/1876.


ADA RAWLINSON 1877-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/07/1877.

In 1881 Ada was living in Mill Green Cottage, Shudy Camps with her parents and brother Frederick. Her half siblings Harry and Sarah and her step brothers George, Charles, Alfred also lived there.

In 1891 Ada was living at Nosterfield End, Shudy Camps with her stepbrother Alfred, half brother Harry and siblings Frederick and Lily.

Married Arthur Harrington 0n 09/12/1899 in St Mary's, Shudy Camps.

Their children:

Mabel Ellen 1898
Alice Pretoria 1900

In 1901 Ada and Arthur were living in Haverhill Road, Castle Camps with their children Mabel and Alice. Arthur was employed as a matchmaker (cocoa).


FREDERICK ALFRED RAWLINSON 03/10/1878-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 29/12/1878.

In 1881 Frederick was living in Mill Green Cottage, Shudy Camps with his parents and sister Ada. His half siblings Harry and Sarah and his step brothers George, Charles, Alfred also lived there.

In 1891 Alfred was living at Nosterfield End, Shudy Camps with his stepbrother Alfred, half brother Harry and siblings Ada and Lily.

Possibly married Laura Ford in Q2 1904 in the Risbridge reg district.


LILIAN MAUD RAWLINSON 06/04/1881-????

Born in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 07/08/1881.

In 1891 Lily was living at Nosterfield End, Shudy Camps with her stepbrother Alfred, half brother Harry and siblings Ada and Frederick.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


Children of James & Susan: grand children of Ann & James, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

JAMES HENRY W ANDREWS 1875-????

Born in Tottenham, London.

In 1881 James was living in the Hale Bishops Cottages in Tottenham with his parents and brother Arnold. James was named as Henry in this census and Arnold was named as Charles.

In 1891 James was living at 3 Caper Road, Tottenham with his parents and siblings Charles, Elizabeth and Edward. Jmes was employed as a ? cloth printer.

Married Alice Fidler (b 1875 in Wylye, Wiltshire) in Q4 1899 in the Edmonton reg district, Middlesex.

Their child:

James 1900

In 1901 James and Alice were living at 1 Fountains Villas, the Hale, Tottenham with their son James. This was the home of James's parents and siblings Charles, Lizzie amd Edward. James was employed as a factory hand India cleaner tobacco pouch.


ARNOLD CHARLES ANDREWS 1879-????

Born in Tottenham, London. Known as Charles.

In 1881 Charles was living in the Hale Bishops Cottages in Tottenham with his parents and brother James. James was named as Henry in this census.

In 1891 Charles was living at 3 Caper Road, Tottenham with his parents and siblings James, Elizabeth and Edward.

In 1901 Charles was living at 1 Fountains Villas, the Hale, Tottenham with his parents and siblings Charles, Lizzie amd Edward. His brother James, his wife and young son also lived there. Charles was employed as a bricklayers labourer.

Married in Q3 1906 in the Edomnton reg district to either Kate Brazier or Alice Maud Jordan.


ELIZABETH ANDREWS 1881-????

Born in Tottenham, London.

In 1891 Elizabeth was living at 3 Caper Road, Tottenham with her parents and siblings James, Charles and Edward.

In 1901 Lizzie was living at 1 Fountains Villas, the Hale, Tottenham with herparents and siblings Charles and Edward. Her brother James, his wife and young son also lived there.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


EDWARD ANDREWS 1883-????

Born in Tottenham, London.

In 1891 Edward was living at 3 Caper Road, Tottenham with his parents and siblings James, Charles and Elizabeth.

In 1901 Edward was living at 1 Fountains Villas, the Hale, Tottenham with his parents and siblings Charles and Lizzie. His brother James, his wife and young son also lived there. Edward was employed as a factory hand India goods, cleaning India rubber.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


Children of Stephen & Martha: grand children of Ann & James, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

ELIZABETH ANDREWS 1871-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1881 Elizabeth was living at Rowles Farm, Helion Bumpstead with her parents and siblings Minnie, Frederick and Julia (Edith). Her maternal grandmother Edith Baynes was also living there.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


MINNIE AMELIA ANDREWS 1873-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex

In 1881 Minnie was living at Rowles Farm, Helion Bumpstead with her parents and siblings Elizabeth, Frederick and Julia (Edith). Her maternal grandmother Edith Baynes was also living there.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


FREDERICK JAMES ANDREWS 1875-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1881 Frederick was living at Rowles Farm, Helion Bumpstead with his parents and siblings Elizabeth, Minnie and Julia (Edith). His maternal grandmother Edith Baynes was also living there.

In 1891 Frederick was living in Almshead Green, Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire with his parents and siblings Edith and Ada.

I cannot find Frederick in 1901.

Married Mary Gregory (b abt 1875 in the Channel Islands) in Q4 1902 in the Brentford reg district, Essex.

Their child:

Claude 1910

EDITH JULIA ANDREWS 1876-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1881 Julia (as she was named in this census) was living at Rowles Farm, Helion Bumpstead with her parents and siblings Elizabeth, Minnie and Frederick. Her maternal grandmother Edith Baynes was also living there.

In 1891 Edith was living in Almshead Green, Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings Frederick and Ada.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


ADA ANDREWS 1881-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1891 Ada was living in Almshead Green, Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings Frederick and Editha.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


Children of Susan & Henry: grand children of Ann & James, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

EDITH WEBB 1877-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1881 Edith was living with her parents and sister Margaret in Near Boblow, Helions Bumpstead.

In 1891 Edith was living in in Helions Bumpstead Road, Helion Bumpstead with her parents and sister Margaret. Her aunt Eliza (mother's sister) lived next door with her children.

Married Henry Humphrey (b 1873 in Stonebridge, Suffolk) in the Risbridge reg district Q3 1898.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


MARGARET WEBB 1880-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1881 Margaret was living with her parents and sister Edith in Near Boblow, Helions Bumpstead.

In 1891 Margaret was living in in Helions Bumpstead Road, Helion Bumpstead with her parents and sister Edith. Her aunt Eliza (mother's sister) lived next door with her children.

Married George Jobson (b 1877 in Haverhill, Suffolk) in the Risbridge reg district in Q1 1900.

Their child:

Florence 1900

In 1901 Margaret and George were living at 38 Camps Road, Haverhill, Suffolk with their daughter in Margaret's parents home. George was a rope maker and Margaret was a machinist of canvas bags.

Children of Eliza: grand children of Ann & James, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

MARTHA ELLEN ANDREWS 1875-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1881 Martha was living in Pale Green, Helions Bumpstead with her mother and brother Walter. This was the home of her grandparents, Ann and James Andrews.

In 1891 Martha was POSSIBLY employed under the name of Ellen, at Illerton Villas, Tholoston Road, Ilford, Essex as a general servant. This was the home of Henry Wood (gas company collector) and his family.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


WALTER ANDREWS 1876-abt 1965

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1881 Walter was living in Pale Green, Helions Bumpstead with his mother and sister Martha. This was the home of his grandparents, Ann and James Andrews.

In 1891 Walter was living in Helions Bumpstead Road, Helion Bumpstead with his mother and siblings Walter, Mary, Ernest, Harry, Dorothy and Robert. His aunt Susan (mother's sister) and her family lived next door.

Apparently Walter ran away from home and went to London where he met his future wife. They apparently lived on the same street and Walter met her at the laundry where she worked. I have tried to find them on the 1901 census to try and verify this information but I cannot find either of them.

Married Louisa Sarah Sculthorp (b1881 in Shoreditch, Middlesex) in the Bethnal Green reg district in Q2 1909. Louisa was the sister of Frederick Sculthorp who married Walter's sister Rose.

Their children:

Walter 1910
Henry 1911
Ernest 1916
Eleanor1918
William 1922
Doris1924
Lily1927

Louisa died in Dartford, Kent around 1958.

Walter died around 1965.


MARY ANDREWS 1881-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1891 Mary was living in Helions Bumpstead Road, Helion Bumpstead with his mother and siblings Walter, Ernest, Harry, Dorothy and Rose. Her aunt Susan (mother's sister) and her family lived next door.

In 1901 Mary was living with her mother and siblings Ernest, Harry, Dorothy, Rose, Willie and Emily at 10 and 11 Croft Row, Haverhill, Suffolk. This was the home of widower Harry Jobson and his family. The reason the family was living there was because their mother Eliza was the housekeeper.Mary was employed as a machinist.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


ERNEST ANDREWS 1885-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1891 Ernest was living in Helions Bumpstead Road, Helion Bumpstead with his mother and siblings Walter, Mary, Harry, Dorothy and Rose. His aunt Susan (mother's sister) and her family lived next door.

In 1901 Ernest was living with her mother and siblings Mary, Harry, Dorothy, Rose, Willie and Emily at 10 and 11 Croft Row, Haverhill, Suffolk. This was the home of widower Harry Jobson and his family. The reason the family was living there was because their mother Eliza was the housekeeper. Ernest was employed as a jacket packing (?) tailor.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


HARRY ANDREWS 1887????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1891 Harry was living in Helions Bumpstead Road, Helion Bumpstead with his mother and siblings Walter, Mary, Ernest, Dorothy and Rose. His aunt Susan (mother's sister) and her family lived next door.

In 1901 Harry was living with his mother and siblings Mary, Ernest, Dorothy, Rose, Willie and Emily at 10 and 11 Croft Row, Haverhill, Suffolk. This was the home of widower Harry Jobson and his family. The reason the family was living there was because their mother Eliza was the housekeeper. Harry was employed as a coachmans assistant.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


DOROTHY ANDREWS 1888-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1891 Dorothy was living in Helions Bumpstead Road, Helion Bumpstead with her mother and siblings Walter, Mary, Ernest, Harry and Rose. Her aunt Susan (mother's sister) and her family lived next door.

In 1901 Dorothy was living with her mother and siblings Mary, Ernest, Harry, Rose, Willie and Emily at 10 and 11 Croft Row, Haverhill, Suffolk. This was the home of widower Harry Jobson and his family. The reason the family was living there was because their mother Eliza was the housekeeper.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


ROSE ANDREWS 1890-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1891 Rose was living in Helions Bumpstead Road, Helion Bumpstead with her mother and siblings Walter, Mary, Ernest, Harry and Dorothy . Her aunt Susan (mother's sister) and her family lived next door.

In 1901 Rose was living with her mother and siblings Mary, Ernest, Harry, Dorothy, Willie and Emily at 10 and 11 Croft Row, Haverhill, Suffolk. This was the home of widower Harry Jobson and his family. The reason the family was living there was because their mother Eliza was the housekeeper.

Married Frederick William Sculthorp (b 1886 in London) in Q1 1911 in the Bethnal Green reg district. Frederick was the brother of Louisa Sculthorp who married Roase's brother Walter.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


WILLIE ANDREWS 1891-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1901 William was living with his mother and siblings Mary, Ernest, Harry, Dorothy, Rose and Emily at 10 and 11 Croft Row, Haverhill, Suffolk. This was the home of widower Harry Jobson and his family. The reason the family was living there was because their mother Eliza was the housekeeper.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


EMILY ANDREWS 1894-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1901 Emily was living with her mother and siblings Mary, Ernest, Harry, Dorothy, Rose and Willie at 10 and 11 Croft Row, Haverhill, Suffolk. This was the home of widower Harry Jobson and his family. The reason the family was living there was because their mother Eliza was the housekeeper.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


Children of William & Emily: grand children of Ann & James, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

WALTER ANDREWS 1884-????

Born in Tottenham, London.

In 1891 Harry was living in Blythe House, Hale, Tottenham with his parents and siblings Sidney, William and Berty. There was also a lodger named Henry Rodden who was a butcher.

In 1901 Walter was living at 9 Lincoln Road, Tottenham with his parents and siblings Sidney, William, Bertie, Emily and Ellen. Walter was employed as a Nan Guard G.E.R.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


SIDNEY ANDREWS 1886-????

Born in Tottenham, London.

In 1891 Sidney was living in Blythe House, Hale, Tottenham with his parents and siblings Walter, William and Berty. There was also a lodger named Henry Rodden who was a butcher.

In 1901 Sidney was living at 9 Lincoln Road, Tottenham with his parents and siblings Walter, William, Bertie, Emily and Ellen.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


WILLIAM ANDREWS 1888-????

Born in Stratford, Essex.

In 1891 William was living in Blythe House, Hale, Tottenham with his parents and siblings Walter, Sidney and Berty. There was also a lodger named Henry Rodden who was a butcher.

In 1901 William was living at 9 Lincoln Road, Tottenham with is parents and siblings Walter, Sidney, Bertie, Emily and Ellen.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


BERTIE ANDREWS 1891-????

Born in Tottenham, London.

In 1891 Berty was living in Blythe House, Hale, Tottenham with his parents and siblings Walter, Sidney and William. There was also a lodger named Henry Rodden who was a butcher.

In 1901 Bertie was living at 9 Lincoln Road, Tottenham with his parents and siblings Walter, Sidney, William, Emily and Ellen.

Nothing else is currently known of him.


EMILY ANDREWS 1894-????

Born in Tottenham, London.

In 1901 Emily was living at 9 Lincoln Road, Tottenham with her parents and siblings Walter, Sidney, William, Bertie and Ellen.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


ELLEN ANDREWS 1900-????

Born in Tottenham, London.

In 1901 Ellen was living at 9 Lincoln Road, Tottenham with her parents and siblings Walter, Sidney, William, Bertie and Emily.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


Children of Emma & James: grand children of Sarah & John, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

ALBERT CHRISTOPHER MYNOTT 1873-1942

Born in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Albert was living in Nosterfield End Cottage, Shudy Camps with his parents and sister Ann.

In 1891 Albert was living in the same house with his parents and brother Harold. Albert was employed as a factory hand.

In 1901 Albert was a boarder at 72 Coxens Place, Horselydown, Southwark, London. This was the home of Albert Hunt (horsekeeper groom) and his family.His brother Harold was a boarder next door. Albert was employed as a brewers labourer.

Died in London in 1942.


ANN LOUISA MYNOTT 1874-????

Born in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Ann was living in Nosterfield End Cottage, Shudy Camps with her parents and brother Albert.

I cannot find Ann in 1891.

Married William Hall (b 1868 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) in Q2 1896 in Shudy Camps.

Their children:

Aldwin 1897
Audrey 1899

In 1901 Annie and William were living in Nosterfield End , Shudy Campswith their children Aldwin and Audrey. William was employed as a shepherd on a farm. There were several cousins and their families living in the same area.

HAROLD STEBBING MYNOTT 1882-1947

Born in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Harold was living in Nosterfield End Cottage, Shudy Camps with his parents and brother Albert.

In 1901 Harold was a boarder at 70 Coxens Place, Horselydown, Southwark, London. This was the home of widow Ann Berry. His brother Harold was a boarder next door. Harold was employed as a brewers labourer.

Married Jane Alice Sargent (b abt 1882) in Q3 1904 in the West Ham Reg district, Essex.

Harold died in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey in 1947.


Child of Jane: grand child of Sarah & John, great grandchild of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand child of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand child of John & Mary

FANNY HARDING / HARDEN 1871-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1881 Fanny was living in High Street Cottage, Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire with her mother, stepfather and half sisters Betsy, Flora and Martha.

I cannot find Fanny in 1891.

Married Herbert Leonard (b 1870 in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1899 in the Holborn reg district, London. This could probably have been in Finsbury.

Their child:

Ada 1899

In 1901 Fanny and Leonard were living at Peasbody Buildings, Roseve Street, Block 19, St Luke, Finsbury, London with their daughter Ada. Herbert was employed as a horsekeeper groom.


Children of Jane & Arthur: grand children of Sarah & John, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

BETSEY BELSHAM 1875-1886

Born in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Betsey was living in High Street Cottage, Castle Campswith her parents, half sister Fanny and sisters sisters Flora and Martha.

Died in Castle Camps in 1886.


FLORA BELSHAM 1876-???

Born in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Flora was living in High Street Cottage, Castle Campswith her parents, half sister Fanny and sisters sisters Betsey and Martha.

In 1891 Flora was living in Haverhill Road, Castle Camps with her mother, sister Martha and half brothers Ernest and Joseph.

Nothing else is currently known of her.


MARTHA BELSHAM 1878-????

Born in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Martha was living in High Street Cottage, Castle Campswith her parents, half sister Fanny and sisters sisters Betsy and Flora.

In 1891 Martha was living in Haverhill Road, Castle Camps with her mother, sister Flora and half brothers Ernest and Joseph.

In 1901 Martha was employed as a general domestic servant at 69 Parkhurst Road, Islington, London. This was the home of Joseph Salmon (oil colar(?)man and an employer) and his family.

Nothing else is currentlyknown of her.


Children of Jane: grand children of Sarah & John, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

ERNEST BELSHAM 1888-????

Born in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Ernest was living n Haverhill Road, Castle Camps with his mother, half sisters Martha and Flora and brother Joseph.

In 1901 Ernest was still living in Cast

Nothing else is currently known.


JOSEPH BELSHAM 1891-????

Born in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Joseph was living n Haverhill Road, Castle Camps with his mother, half sisters Martha and Flora and brother Ernest.

In 1901 Joseph was still living in Castle Camps with his mother and brother Ernest.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of James & Harriet: grand children of Sarah & John, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

SARAH HARDING / HARDEN 1878-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1881 Sarah was living in Camps Cottages, Helion Bumstead with her parents.

In 1891 Sarah was living in Camps Road, Helion Bumstead with her father, stepmother, siblings Alfred and Minnie and half brother James.

Married George Bayles (b 1873 in Helions Bumpstead) in Q4 1898 in Helions Bumpstead.

Nothing else is currently known.


ALFRED JOHN HARDING / HARDEN 1880-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1891 Alfred was living in Camps Road, Helion Bumstead with his father, stepmother, siblings Sarah and Minnie and half brother James.

Nothing else is currently known.


MINNIE HARDING / HARDEN 1883-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1891 Minnie was living in Camps Road, Helion Bumstead with her father, stepmother, siblings Sarah and Alfred and half brother James.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of James & Sarah: grand children of Sarah & John, great grandchildren of Robert & Jane, 2x great grand children of Robert & Ann, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

JAMES HARDING 1890-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1891 James was living in Camps Road, Helion Bumstead with his parents, and half siblings Sarah, Alfred and Minnie.

In 1901 James was living in the same place with his parents and siblings Emma, Lizzie, Lily, Walter and Ena.

Nothing else is currently known.


EMMA MARY HARDING 1892-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1901 Emma was living in Camps Road, Helion Bumstead with her parents and siblings James, Lizzie, Lily, Walter and Ena.

Nothing else is currently known.


LIZZIE HARDING 1893-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1901 Lizzie was living in Camps Road, Helion Bumstead with her parents and siblings James, Emma, Lily, Walter and Ena.

Nothing else is currently known.


LILY HARDING 1895-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1901 Lily was living in Camps Road, Helion Bumstead with her parents and siblings James, Emma, Lizzie, Lily, Walter and Ena.

Nothing else is currently known.


WALTER HARDING 1897-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1901 Walter was living in Camps Road, Helion Bumstead with his parents and siblings James, Emma, Lizzie, Lily and Ena.

Nothing else is currently known.


LYDIA ENA HARDING 1899-????

Born in Helions Bumpstead, Essex.

In 1901 Ena was living in Camps Road, Helion Bumstead with her parents and siblings James, Emma, Lizzie, Lily and Walter.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Richard & Avis: grand children of Sarah & Robert, great grandchildren of Mary & Giles, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

JANE ELIZABETH WARREN RULE 1845-????+++

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in All Saints, Fulbourn on 01/06/1845.

In 1851 Jane was living in Church Street, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings William, Joseph and baby Emma.

In 1861 Jane was employed as a housemaid at Hill Farm, Fulbourn. This was the home of Susan King (farmer of 150 acres, employing 4 men) and her children.

In 1871 Jane was living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings William, Joseph, Emma, Jessie, Lizzie, Sophia, Avis, Richard and Giles. Also living in the house was a granddaughter Ellen A Rule. Was she Jane's daughter? Jane was employed as a charwoman and listed as a widow.

Jane is proving to be a bit of a puzzle. I have looked for a marriage for Jane and found one to Henry Parker in Q4 1866. Checking the 1871 cencus for a Jane Parker, I find one, married to Henry and born the right place and year, living in Fulbourn. Also living with them is their daughter Ellen (born the same time and place as Ellen Rule). Are the Jane and Ellen Rule, at home with Richard and Avis Rule, really Jane and Ellen Parker? If so, why was she listed as a widow and listed as a charwoman on one form and nothing on the other? If she is indeed Jane Parker, then she had 5 more children. I will input their details if and when I can decipher this mystery.

WILLIAM RULE 1847-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in St Vigour, Fulbourn on 21/02/1847

In 1851 William was living in Church Street, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings Jane, Joseph and baby Emma.

In 1861 William was living at 3 Railway Tavern, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, Joseph, Emma, Jessie, Lizzie, Sophia and Avis. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 William was living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, Joseph, Emma, Jessie, Lizzie, Sophia, Avis, Richard and Giles. There was also a niece Ellen Rule and his sister Jane there that day. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Mary Hamilton (b abt 1840 in Heaton Mersey, Lancashire) in Q3 1875 in the Manchester reg district. Mary had 2 sons, so may well have been a widow.

Their child:

Avice 1877

In 1881 William and Mary were living in Lime Grove, Didsbury, Lancashire with Mary's sons James and Alfred and their daughter Avice. William was employed as a contractors carter.

In 1891 Mary was living at 48 Grove Lane, Didsbury with her daughter Avise. Mary was employed as a laundress. I cannot find William but it says Mary is married, so presumably he was still alive.

In 1901 Mary was living at 48 Grove Lane, Didsbury. Living with her were her daughter Avice and son in law William Stott. This time she was listed as a widow and was still working as a laundress.

I can find no death for William.


JOSEPH RULE 1848-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in St Vigor, Fulbourn on 18/02/1849.

In 1851 Joseph was living in Church Street, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings Jane, William and baby Emma.

In 1861 Joseph was living at 3 Railway Tavern, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, Emma, Jessie, Lizzie, Sophia and Avis. Joseph was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 Joseph was living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, Emma, Jessie, Lizzie, Sophia, Avis, Richard and Giles. There was also a niece Ellen Rule and his sister Jane there that day. Joseph was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Elizabeth Ellam (b abt. 1845 in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire) in Q3 1872 in the Linton reg district.

Their children:

Lorrie 1871
Avis Elizabeth 1873
William Samuel1875
Harry Andrew1878
Sarah Emma1880
Harriet 1883
Alice Sophie W 1886

In 1881 Joseph and Elizabeth were living in the High Street, swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire with their children Lawrie, Lizzie, William, Harry and Sarah. Joseph was employed as a domestic groom and gardener.

In 1891 Joseph and Elizabeth were still living in the High Street with their children William, Harry, Sarah, Harriet and Alice. Joseph was still employed as a groom and gardener.

In 1901 Joseph and Elizabeth were still living in the same place with their children Elizabeth and Alice. Joseph was employed as a coachman and gardener.

Joseph possibly died in 1913 in the St Ives reg district.


EMMA RULE 1850-1915

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in St Vigor, Fulbourn on 25/12/1850.

In 1851 baby Emma was living in Church Street, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings Jane, William and Joseph.

In 1861 Emma was living at 3 Railway Tavern, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, Joseph, Jessie, Lizzie, Sophia and Avis.

In 1871 Emma was living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings William, Joseph, Jessie, Lizzie, Sophia, Avis, Richard and Giles. There was also a niece Ellen Rule and her sister Jane there that day. Emma was employed as a servant out of place.

Married George Anderson (b abt 1851 in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire)in Q4 1871 in Fulbourn.

Their children:

(Arthur) William 1874
Lizzie Jane 1877
George Giles 1879
Eva 1882
Rosa 1882
Winifred 1883
Bertie 1887

In 1881 Emma and George were living in Cow Lane, Fulbourn with their children William, Lizzie and George. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Emma and George were still living in Cow Lane with their children William, George, Rosa, Eva, Winifred and Bertie. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Emma and George were living in Fir Cottage, Home End, Fulbourn with their son Bertie. George was employed as a horsekeeper on a farm.

Emma possibly died in Q3 1915 in the Chesterton reg district.


JESSIE RULE 1852-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in St Vigor, Fulbourn on 07/08/1853.

In 1861 was living at 3 Railway Tavern, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, Joseph, Emma, Jessie, Lizzie, Sophia and Avis.

In 1871 Jessie was living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings William, Joseph, Emma, Lizzie, Sophia, Avis, Richard and Giles. There was also a niece Ellen Rule and her sister Jane there that day. Jessie was employed as a servant for holiday.

Married Edward James Gillson (b abt 1826 in Thetford, Norfolk) in Q2 1873 in Cambridge.

Their children:

Ernest William 1874
Frederick harles 1875
George 1878
Percy Walter 1880
Archer 1884
Jessie Eva 1888

In 1881 Jessie and Edward were living at 26 Gloucester Place, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge with their sons Ernest, Fredrick, George and Percy. Edward wwas employed as a tailor.

Edward died in Q2 1888 in Cambridge.

In 1891 Emma was living at 6 Gloucester Place with her children George, Percy, Archer and Jessie.

In 1901 Emma was living at 3 Gloucester Place with her children Percy, Archer (Archie in this census) and Jessie. Emma was working as a laundress.


LIZZIE RULE 1854-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in St Vigor, Fulbourn on 14/10/1855.

In 1861 Lizzie was living at 3 Railway Tavern, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, Joseph, Emma, Jessie, Sophia and Avis.

In 1871 Lizzie was living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings William, Joseph, Emma, Jessie, Sophia, Avis, Richard and Giles. There was also a niece Ellen Rule and her sister Jane there that day. Lizzie was employed as a servant for holiday.

Nothing else is currently known.


SOPHIA RULE 1856-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in St Vigor, Fulbourn on 28/02/1857.

In 1861 was living at 3 Railway Tavern, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, Joseph, Emma, Jessie, Lizzie, Sophia and Avis.

In 1871 Sophia was living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings William, Joseph, Emma, Jessie, Lizzie, Avis, Richard and Giles. There was also a niece Ellen Rule and her sister Jane there that day.

In 1881 Sophia was employed as a school teacher in the Fulbourn Lunatic Asylum, Fulbourn. I am assuming she was teaching there and not living there and working as a teacher elsewhere.

Married William Ward Tooth (b 1847 in Newport Pagnall, Buckinghamshire) in Q4 1887 in the Biggleswade reg district, Bedfordshire. William was a widower with at least 4 children

Their chidd:

Maximilliam Vincent F 1891

In 1891 Sophia and William were living in the High Street, Ashby De La Zouche, Leicestershire with William's children William and Mary Jane. William was employed as a pottery dipper. Also living there were boarders Arthur Fuller (modellers potter) his wife Alice and son Ernest.

William died in Q3 1900 in Woodville, Derbyshire.

In 1901 Sophia was living in Station Road, Woodville, Hartshorn, Derbyshire. Sophia was employed as an assistant school teacher.


AVIS RULE 1859-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in Fulbourn on 06/11/1859.

In 1861 Avis was living at 3 Railway Tavern, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings William, Joseph, Emma, Jessie, Lizzie, Sophia and Avis.

In 1871 Avis was living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings William, Joseph, Emma, Jessie, Lizzie, Sophia, Richard and Giles. There was also a niece Ellen Rule and his sister Jane there that day.

In 1881 Avis was living in Town Close, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings Richard and Giles and neice Elinor.

In 1891 Avis was still living in Town Close with her parents and was employed as a dressmaker. Avise was transcribed as Annie on this census, as was her mother.

In 1901 Avis was living in Pearce Lane (Town Close) with her parents. Avis was working as a dressmaker and had her own account.


RICHARD RULE 1861-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in St Vigor, Fulbourn on 17/11/1861.

In 1871 Richard was living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, Joseph, Emma, Jessie, Lizzie, Sophia, Avis and Giles. There was also a niece Ellen Rule and his sister Jane there that day.

In 1881 Richard was living in Town Close, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings Avis, Richard and Giles and neice Elinor. Richard was employed as an assistant gardener.

Married Emma Everett Careless (b abt. 1855 in Stow-cum-Quy, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1884 in the Chesterton reg district, Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Rosa 1886
Lily 1887
Richard 1889

In 1891 Richard and Emma were living in Town Close, Fulbourn with their children Rosa, Lily and Richard. Richard was employed as a gardener.

In 1901 Richard and Emma were living in Pearce Lane (Town Close) with their children Lily and Richard. Richard was employed as a gardener, not domestic.


GILES RULE 12/02/1864-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 William was living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, Joseph, Emma, Jessie, Lizzie, Sophia, Avis, Richard and Giles. There was also a niece Ellen Rule and his sister Jane there that day.

In 1881 Giles was living in Town Close, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings Avis and Richard and neice Elinor.

Married Mary E ? (b abt. 1865 in Rotherham, Yorkshire).

Their children:

Elizabeth 1895
Ethel 1897
Cissy May 1901

I cannot find Giles in 1891 but his daughter Elizabeth was born in India so maybe he was serving abroad at that time.

In 1901 Giles and Mary were living at 79 St Stephens Road, East Ham, Essex with their children Elizabeth, Ethel and Cissy. Giles was working as a Colour Sergant instructor of volunteers.


Children of John & Sarah: grand children of Sarah & Robert, great grandchildren of Mary & Giles, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary


WILLIAM RICHARD RULE 1843-1881

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in St Vigour, Fulbourn on 16/02/1844.

In 1851 William was living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings George, James, Walter and Matilda.

In 1861 William was living at Home End, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings George, James, Walter, Matilda, Charles and Harriet. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Sophia Bowles (b abt. 1849 in Fulbourn) in Q3 1866 in Fulbourn.

Their children:

Walter 1868
Thomas 1870
Sarah Jane 1872

In 1871 William and Sophia were living in Home End, Fulbourn with their sons Walter and Thomas. William was employed as a copralite digger.

In 1881 William and Sophia were still living in Home End with their children Walter, Geroge (Thomas ?) and Sarah. William was working as an agricltural labourer.

William died in Fulbourn in Q2 1881.

Sophia then married John Pearl (Purl) in Q4 1883 in Fulbourn and had 2 more children.


GEORGE RULE 1845-1890

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in St Vigour, Fulbourn on 02/09/1845.

In 1851 George was living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, James, Walter and Matilda.

In 1861 George was living at Home End, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, James, Walter, Matilda, Charles and Harriet. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1871 George was lodging in Sussex Street, Tottenham Court, St Pancras London. This was the house of George Nunn (carman) and his family. George was employed as a carman.

Married Mary Jaye (b abt. 1841 in Coningham, Suffolk) in Q4 1873 in the St Pancras reg district.

Their children:

William 1876
Walter Ernest 1878
Anne1880

In 1881 George and Mary were living at 30 Gopsall Street, Shoreditch, London with their children Will, Ernest and Anne. George was still working as a carman.

George died in Q1 1890 in the St Pancras reg district, London.

In 1901 Mary was living at 4 Darley Road, Battersea, London. Living with her were her brother in law Charles Rule's children Ellen, George and Charles. There mother had died the previous year so maybe she was bringing them up. Mary was living on her own means.


JAMES RULE 1847-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in All Saints, Fulbourn on 12/09/1847.

In 1851 James was living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, George, Walter and Matilda.

In 1861 James was living at Home End, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, George, Walter, Matilda, Charles and Harriet. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married an Eliza who could quite possibly have been Anne Eliza Dodson (b abt. 1847 in Lambeth, Surrey) and the marriage took place in Q3 1867 in the St Ives reg district, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 James and Eliza were living at 4 Hills Place, Tottenham Court, St Pancras, London with their baby daughter Alice. James was employed as a carman.

Their child:

Alice 1870

I cannot find either James or Eliza in 1881. Their daughter was back in Fulbourn with her paternal grandparents, so maybe they were dead.

Nothing else is currently known.


WALTER RULE 1849-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in All Saints, Fulbourn on 04/09/1849.

In 1851 Walter was living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, George, James and Matilda.

In 1861 Walter was living at Home End, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, George, James, Matilda, Charles and Harriet. Walter was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Walter possibly died in Fulbourn in Q2 1865.


MATILDA RULE 1850-1906

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in All Saints, Fulbourn on 22/12/1850.

In 1851 Matilda was living in Hay Street, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings William, George, James and Walter.

In 1861 Matilda was living at Home End, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings William, George, James, Walter, Charles and Harriet.

Her child:

Harry John 25/01/1870

In 1871 Matilda was living at Home End, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings Charles and Harriet.

Married George Richmond (b abt.1849 in Fulborn) in Q4 1871 in Fulbourn.

Their children:

Lucy 1872
Arthur James 1875
Agnes Louisa 1877
Harriet Rule 1879
Willie Rule 1881
Walter 1883
Giles Charles 1885
Annie Ada 1887
Alice Maud 1889
Albert George 1891
Grace 1893

In 1881 Matilda and George were living in Home End, Fulbourn with their children Lucy, Arthur, Agnes and Harriet. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Matilda and George were still living in Home End with their children Harriet, Willie, Walter, Giles, Annie, Alice and baby Albert. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Matilda and George were living in Broad Green, Fulbourn with their children Willie, Charles (Giles), Alice, Albert and Grace. Also there that night were Matilda's widowed brother Charles Rule (common keeper) and his son Harry J Rule (car painter). Harry was actually Matilda's illigitimate son, not Charles's son. Also there was Matilda's nephew William J Rule (photo ? clerk), the son of her brother George. George was employed as an ordinary agricultural labourer.

Matilda died in Q4 1906 in Fulbourn.

George possibly died in Q2 1922 in Fulbourn.


CHARLES RULE 1853-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Charles was living at Home End, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings William, George, James, Walter, Matilda and Harriet.

In 1871 Charles was living at Home End, Fulbourn with his parents and siblings Matilda and Harriet.

I cannot find Charles in 1881.

Married Ellen Lucy Norris (b abt. 1855 in Kennington, London) in Q1 1886 in the Croydon reg district.

Their children:

Florence Annie 1886 (c) 28/09/1886
Mary Frances 1886 (c) 28/09/1886
Ellen Lucy 1887(c) 05/02/1888
George John 1891
Charles James 1894

In 1891 Charles and Ellen were living at 1 Routh Road, Wandsworth, London with their daughter Ellen and nephew William (surname listed as Nephew but I think that was not the right surname). Also there that night was a general domestic servant by the name of Helen Underwood. Charles was employed as a common Keeper (LCC).

Ellen died in 1900 in the Wandsworth reg district, London.

In 1901 Charles was living in Broad Green, Fulbourn. This was the home of his sister Matilda and brother in law George Richmond and their children. Also there were Harry J Rule (listed as son, underneath Charles's name) and William J Rule (nephew). Harry was actually Matilda's illigitimate son, not Charles's son. William was the son of Charles's brother, George. Charles was employed as a common keeper.


HARRIET HARRIS RULE 1858-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened in St Vigour, Fulbourn on 30/09/1858.

In 1861 Harriet was living at Home End, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings William, George, James, Walter, Matilda and Charles.

In 1871 Harriet was living at Home End, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings Matilda and Charles.

In 1881 Harriet was still living at Home End with her parents, nephew Harry (Matilda's son) and Alice (James's daughter). There was also a boarder named Robert Halls (agricultural labourer). Harriet was an unemployed servant.

In 1901 Harriet was possibly employed as a housekeeper and dress maker at 10 Hopes Street (mill Road), St Andrew the Less. This was the home of James C Ginn (gardener), his daughter and several boarders.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Joseph & Charlotte: grand children of Sarah & Robert, great grandchildren of Mary & Giles, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

SARA RULE 1867-????

Born in Crookwell, New South Wales, Australia.

Married George Skinner (b 1862 in Manly, New South Wales) in New South Wales, Australia in 1887.

Their child:

Frank 1894

Nothing else is currently known.


AVIS RULE 1868-????

Born in Camden, New South Wales, Australia.

Married Edward James () in 1888 in Woodouga, Australia.

Their child:

Sarah Jane 1891

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Robert & Frances: grand children of Sarah & Robert, great grandchildren of Mary & Giles, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

HARRY WARREN RULE 1859-1864

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 04/01/1860.

In 1861 Harry was living at 22 Hay Street, Fulbourn with his parents and brother John.

Harry died in Fulbourn in 1864.


EMMA RULE 1862-1919

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 09/03/1862.

In 1871 Emma was living in Eye Field, Fulbourn with her parents, step brother John and siblings Elizabeth and Ellen.

In 1881 Emma was living in Church Street, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings Emma, Elizabeth, Ellen, Avis and William.

Married John Gillson (b 1850 in Fulbourn) in the Chesterton reg district in Q3 1885.

Their children:

Jeffrey S 1889
David William 1892
Charles George 1895
Sidney John R 1898

In 1891 Emma and John were living in Fleame Dyke, with their son Jeffrey. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Emma and John were living in Highfield Gate, Fulbourn with their children Jeffrey, David, Charles and Sidney. John was employed as an ordinary agricultural labourer.

John possibly died in Q2 1918 in Fulbourn.

Emma died in Q3 1919 in Fulbourn.


ELIZABETH SARAH RULE 11/02/1864-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Elizabeth was living in Eye Field, Fulbourn with her parents, step brother John and siblings Emma and Ellen.

In 1881 Elizabeth was living in Church Street, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings Emma, Ellen, Avis and William.

In 1891 Elizabeth was employed as a general housekeeper at 278 Pentonville Road, Islington, London. Everybody mentioned at this address were all servants, there was no head.

Married Charles Robert Curson (b 18/03/1864) in Q4 1895.

Their children:

Robert 1898
William 1902

I cannot find the family in 1901.

Nothing else is currently known.


ELLEN ANN RULE 15/11/1867-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Ellen was living in Eye Field, Fulbourn with her parents, step brother John and siblings Emma and Elizabeth.

In 1881 Ellen was living in Church Street, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings Emma, Elizabeth, Avis and William.

Married James W Clements (b 1855 in Fulbourn) in Fulbourn in Q4 1884.

Their children:

James R W 1889
Percy Charles 1893
Harry Sidney1897

In 1891 Ellen and James were living in Church Street, Fulbourn with their son James. James was employed as a blacksmith. Living a couple of doors were Ellen's parents and siblings.

In 1901 Ellen and James were living in Highfield Gate, Fulbourn with their sons James, Percy and Harry. James was working as a blacksmith.

Nothing else is currently known.


HARRY WILLIAM RULE 16/07/1869-1870

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Died in Fulbourn in Q3 1870.


AVIS RULE 1871-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Avis was living in Church Street, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings Emma, Elizabeth, Ellen and William.

Married Harold Stowe (b abt 1864 in Colchester, Essex)in Cosford, Suffolk in Q3 1889.

Their children:

William Henry 1890
Elizabeth Mary 1892
Charles Robert 1895

In 1891 Avis and Harold,along with their son William, were living in Church Street with Avis's parents and nephew Robert. Harry was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Avis and Henry (as transcribed this census) were living in Unioin Street, Amersham, Buckinghamshire with their children William, Elizabeth and Charlie. Henry was employed as a carter on a farm.

Nothing else is currently known.


WILLIAM RULE 1873-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Emma was living in Church Street, Fulbourn with her parents and siblings Emma, Elizabeth, Ellen, Avis and William.

In 1891 William was a lodger at the High Flyer public house in Ely, Cambridgeshire. He was working as a militia man.

Married Jane Forge (b abt. 1878 in Cowlinge, Suffolk) in Fulbourn in Q1 1898.

Their children:

Walter William 1899
Frances Emma 1900

In 1901 William and Jane were living in Hey Street, Fulbourn with their children Walter and baby Frances. William was employed as a blacksmith.

Nothing else is curtrently known.


Children of Eleanor & Henry: grand children of Sarah & Robert, great grandchildren of Mary & Giles, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

MARTHA JANE FARNHAM 1860-????

Born in Cambridge.

Known as Jane.

In 1861 Jane was living at 23 Wellington Street, St Andrews the Less with her parents.

In 1871 Jane was living at 1 Albert Street "Thatch Cottage", St Andrew the Less with her mother and sister Mary. Also living there were were boarders, Catherine Cream (laundress) and her children William and Charles.

I believe Jane married Alfred Robert Gravner (b 1858 in Clerkenwell, London) in Q3 1878 in the St Saviours reg district, London.

Their child:

Caroline Sophia 1882

In 1881 Jane was living at 3 Queen Street, Southwark with her mother. This was the home of William Farnham (I think the surname should have been Weston) and he was a hawker. Jane is listed as unmarried.

In 1891 Jane and Alfred were living at 67 King Street, Waterloo Road First, Rotherhide, London with their daughter Caroline. Alfred was employed as an engineer (turner) and Jane was employed as a fur sewer. Also living there were lodgers David Smith (carman), William Charles Warren (brewers vat cleaner) and his wife Amelia Warren. I wonder if William was related to Jane through her Warren connection?

I cannot find the family in 1901.

Nothing else is currently known.


MARY ANN FARNHAM 1865-????

Born in Cambridge.

In 1871 Mary Ann was living at 1 Albert Street "Thatch Cottage", St Andrew the Less with her mother and sister Jane. Also living there were were boarders, Catherine Cream (laundress) and her children William and Charles.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Elizabeth & John: grand children of James & Naomi, great grandchildren of Mary & Giles, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

LIZZIE WHITEN 1862-????

Born in Mile End, Middlesex.

In 1871 Lizzie was living in Penge in Surrey with her parents and brother William (John).

In 1881 Lizzie was living at 2 Rose Bank Road, Bow, London with her father and siblings John and Alice. There was also a visitor there by the name of Maria Hicks (aged 18). Lizzie was working as a housekeeper, possibly for her father.

In 1891 Lizzie is living at 28 Parnell Road, Bow with her widowed father and sister Alice. Lizzie was still employed as a housekeeper.

In 1901 Lizzie was living in the same house with her father. There was also her niece Nelly (transcribed as Kelly) Brown there that day.


JOHN WILLIAM WHITEN 1867-????

Born in Mile End, Middlesex.

In 1871 William was living in Penge in Surrey with her parents and sister Lizzie.

In 1881 John was living at 2 Rose Bank Road, Bow, London with his father and siblings Lizzie and Alice. There was also a visitor there by the name of Maria Hicks (aged 18).

In 1891 William was a visitor at 106 Roman Road, Bethnal Green, London. This was the home of Henry Haigh (hairdresser) and his family. William was employed as a photographer. Maybe he was there that taking taking family portraits.

Married Sarah Herbert (b) in Q3 1899 in the Aston reg district, Warwickshire. Married under the name William John.

Their child:

William H 1900

In 1901 William and Sarah were living at 27 Madeley Road, Yardley, Warwickshire with their baby son William. William was employed as a woodcutting machine man - sawyer.


ALICE LOUISE WHITEN 1874-????

Born in Homerton, Middlesex.

In 1881 Alice was living at 2 Rose Bank Road, Bow, London with her father and siblings Lizzie and John. There was also a visitor there by the name of Maria Hicks (aged 18).

In 1891 Alice is living at 28 Parnell Road, Bow with her widowed father and sister Lizzie.

Married James Brown (b 1874 in Bow, London) in Q2 1897 in the Poplar reg district, London.

Their child:

Ellen 1898
Elizabeth 1900

I cannot find Alice or James but there is a Louise and James who fit the criteria. Given that this family was fond of using middle names I am leaning towards these two.

In 1901 Louise and James were living at 50 Stafford Road, St Mary Stratford Bow, London with their children Ellen and Elizabeth. James was emloyed as a machine hand engineer. Daughter Ellen is the same age and born in the same place as grand daughter Nelly (Kelly) so is this another case of one person being listed in 2 places, or are they 2 seperate people?


Children of Joseph & Emma: grand children of John & Sarah, great grandchildren of Mary & Giles, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

CHARLES WARREN 1869-????

Born in Barton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Charles was living in Barton with his parents and sister Emma.

In 1881 Charles was living in Broad Green, Barton with his parents and siblings Emma, Sarah and Phoebe.

In 1889 Charles was employed as a coachman domestic at 29-30 Westbourne Square, Paddington, London. This was the home of solicitor Harry W Richards and his family.

Nothing else is currently known.


EMMA SARAH WARREN 1870-????

Born in Barton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Emma was living in Barton with her parents and brother Charles.

In 1881 Emma was living in Broad Green, Barton with his parents and siblings Charles, Sarah and Phoebe.

Nothing else is currently known.


SARAH ANNE WARREN 1873-????

Born in Barton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Sarah was living in Broad Green, Barton with her parents and siblings Charles, Emma and Phoebe.

In 1891 Sarah was employed as a kitchen maid at Nonsuch House, Cuddington, Surrey. This was the home of William R. B. Farmer (JP living on own means).

In 1901 Sarah was employed as a cook at 3-4 Connaught Place, Paddington, London. This was the home of Edward Rapheal (retired banker)and his son. There were 26 servants in this household.

The last 2 censi could equally apply to Sarah Ann Warren, daughter of William and Mary Ann as she was born in Barton in the same year. I shall keep this information here and also put the same under the other Sarah Ann Warren.

In 1901 Sarah could also have been employed as a cook at 36 Harrington Gardens, Kensington, London if not the Sarah above. This was the home of widow Fanny MacLeod (living off her own means) and her children.

Nothing else is currently known.


PHOEBE WARREN 1880-????

Born in Barton, Cambridgeshire

In 1881 Phoebe was living in Broad Green, Barton with her parents and siblings Charles, Emma and Sarah.

In 1891 Phoebe was living at 28 Heathfield North, Twickenham, Middlesex with her parents and brother John. There was also a cousin, Charles Allgood, there that day.

Nothing else is currently known.


JOHN WARREN 1882-????

Born in Fulham, Middlesex.

In 1891 John was living at 28 Heathfield North, Twickenham, Middlesex with his parents and sister Phoebe. There was also a cousin, Charles Allgood, there that day.

In 1901 John was possibly boarding at 84 Archway Street, Barnes, Surrey. John was employed as a railway porter.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Charles & Alice: grand children of John & Sarah, great grandchildren of Mary & Giles, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

WILLIAM WARREN 1867-????

Born in Wisbeach, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 William was living at Church Road, 6 Albert Terrace, Acton, Middlesex with his parents and baby sister Sarah.

In 1881 William was living Richards Cottage, Acton with his parents and siblings Sarah, Alice, Ethel, Charles, Walter, Frank and Kate. William was employed as an errand boy.

Nothing else is currently known.


SARAH WARREN 1870-????

Born in Acton, Middlesex.

In 1871 Sarah was living at Church Road, 6 Albert Terrace, Acton, Middlesex with her parents and bnrother William.

In 1881 Sarah was living Richards Cottage, Acton with her parents and siblings William, Alice, Ethel, Charles, Walter, Frank and Kate.

In 1891 Sarah was employed as a domestic servant at 3 Poldsmith (?) Buildings, Acton. This was the home of elderly widow Eliza (pensioner).

In 1901 Sarah was living at 42 Grove Road, Acton with her mother and sister Kate.

Nothing else is currently known.


ALICE MAUD M WARREN 1871-????

Born in Acton, Middlesex.

In 1881 Alice was living Richards Cottage, Acton with her parents and siblings William, Sarah, Ethel, Charles, Walter, Frank and Kate.

In 1891 Alice was employed as a general servant at 57 Mill Hill Road, Acton. This was the home of James Z Greenfiled (felt manufactures manager) and his family.

In 1901 Alice was still employed as a general servant in the same house by the same family.

Nothing else is currently known.


ETHEL AMELIA WARREN 1873-????

Born in Acton, Middlesex.

In 1881 Ethel was living Richards Cottage, Acton with her parents and siblings William, Sarah, Alice, Charles, Walter, Frank and Kate.

In 1891 Ethel was employed as a general servant at Mountpelier Road, Ealing, Middlesex. This was the home of widow Annie Herfall (living off her own means).

In 1901 Ethel was employed as a cook at 19 Grange Road, Ealing. This was the home of William Norbury (physian and surgeon) and his sister.

Possibly married in Q2 1904 in the Eastbourne reg district, Sussex to Sidney Edgar Kemp.


CHARLES JOHN WARREN 1875-????

Born in Acton, Middlesex.

In 1881 Charles was living Richards Cottage, Acton with his parents and siblings William, Sarah, Alice, Ethel, Walter, Frank and Kate.

In 1891 Charles was living with his widowed mother and sister Kate at 42 Grove Road, Acton. Also living there were 2 boarders by the names of Caroline and Harry Potter (brother and sister). Caroline was a pupil teacher and Harry's occupation said School Jun. clerk L. Sch. Bd.

In 1901 Charles was boarding at 12 Holbeck Row, Camberwell, London. This was the home of Stephen Hawkes (carpenter) and his family. Charles was employed as a coach painter.

Possibly married in Q3 1902 in the Hackney reg district, London to either Louisa Caroline Nevill OR Ada Muriel V Suart. Could that possibly have meant to read Stuart?

WALTER HERBERT WARREN 1877-????

Born in Acton, Middlesex.

In 1881 Walter was living Richards Cottage, Acton with his parents and siblings William, Sarah, Alice, Ethel, Charles, Frank and Kate.

Nothing else is currently known.

FRANK HORACE WARREN 1879-1889

Born in Acton, Middlesex.

In 1881 Frank was living Richards Cottage, Acton with his parents and siblings William, Sarah, Alice, Ethel, Charles, Walter and Kate.

Frank died in Q1 1889 in Acton.


KATE MARION WARREN 1881-????

Born in Acton, Middlesex.

In 1881 Kate was living Richards Cottage, Acton with her parents and siblings William, Sarah, Alice, Ethel, Charles, Walter and Frank.

In 1891 Kate was living with her widowed mother and brother Charles at 42 Grove Road, Acton. Also living there were 2 boarders by the names of Caroline and Harry Potter (brother and sister). Caroline was a pupil teacher and Harry's occupation said School Jun. clerk L. Sch. Bd.

In 1901 Kate was still living in the same house with her mother and sister Sarah.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of William & Mary Ann: grand children of John & Sarah, great grandchildren of Mary & Giles, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

SARAH ANN WARREN 1873-????

Born in Barton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Sarah Ann was living in Comberton Road, Barton with her parents and siblings John, Alfred and Edith.

In 1891 Sarah was employed as a kitchen maid at Nonsuch House, Cuddington, Surrey. This was the home of William R. B. Farmer (JP living on own means).

In 1901 Sarah was employed as a cook at 3-4 Connaught Place, Paddington, London. This was the home of Edward Rapheal (retired banker)and his son. There were 26 servants in this household.

The last 2 censi could equally apply to Sarah Ann Warren, daughter of Joseph and Emma as she was born in Barton in the same year. I shall keep this information here and also put the same under the other Sarah Ann Warren.

In 1901 Sarah could also have been employed as a cook at 36 Harrington Gardens, Kensington, London if not the Sarah above. This was the home of widow Fanny MacLeod (living off her own means) and her children.

Nothing else is currently known.


JOHN WARREN 1875-????

Born in Barton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 John was living in Comberton Road, Barton with his parents and siblings Sarah Ann, Alfred and Edith.

In 1891 John was living in the King William public house in Long Stanton, Cambridgeshire with his parents and siblings John, Edith, Arthur, Charlotte and Ellen. Also living there was his widowed grandfather, John Warren. John was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Nothing else is currently known.


ALFRED WARREN 1877-1882

Born in Barton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Alfred was living in Comberton Road, Barton with his parents and siblings Sarah Ann, John and Edith.

Alfred died Q4 1882 in Barton.


EDITH WARREN 1880-????

Born in Barton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Edith was living in Comberton Road, Barton with her parents and siblings Sarah Ann, John and Alfred.

In 1891 Edith was living in the King William public house in Long Stanton, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings John, Arthur, Charlotte and Ellen. Also living there was her widowed grandfather, John Warren.

In 1901 Edith was employed as a domestic housemaid at 1 Albert Terrace, St Pancras, London. This was the home of William Job Collins (surgeoan and ?) and his wife.

Nothing else is currently known.


ARTHUR WARREN 1883-???

Born in Barton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 John was living in the King William public house in Long Stanton, Cambridgeshire with his parents and siblings John, Edith, Charlotte and Ellen. Also living there was his widowed grandfather, John Warren.

In 1901 Arthur was living at 32 Heathfield North, Twickenham, Middlesex with his parents and sister Ellen. Arthur was employed as a milk carri

Nothing else is currently known.


CHARLOTTE WARREN 1885-????

Born in Long Stanton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Arthur living in the King William public house in Long Stanton, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings John, Edith, Arthur and Ellen. Also living there was her widowed grandfather, John Warren.

Nothing else is currently known.


ELLEN WARREN 1888-????

Born in Long Stanton, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Ellen was living in the King William public house in Long Stanton, Cambridgeshire with her parents and siblings John, Edith, Arthur and Charlotte. Also living there was her widowed grandfather, John Warren.

In 1901 Ellen was living at 32 Heathfield North, Twickenham, Middlesex with her parents and brother Arthur.

Nothing else is currently known.


Child of Benjamin & Harriet: grand child of John & Sarah, great grandchild of Mary & Giles, 2x great grand child of James & Dinah, 3x great grand child of John & Mary

JULIA ANNIE WARREN 1885-????

Born in Hill Top, Nottinghamshire.

In 1891 Julia was living in Nands Road, Heanor, Ilkeston, Derbyshire with her parents.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Alfred & Isabella: grand children of Charlotte & Charles, great grandchildren of Mary & Giles, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary
Information on Isabella and her family from the GU tree of Rebecca Williams and the Ancestry tree of June Webb.

ALBERT EDWARD MOSS 1872-1953

Christened there on 04/08/1872.

In 1881 Albert was living in Scotland End, Chippenham with his parents, sister Isabella and half siblings Walter and Charlotte. His paternal grandfather Charles Moss (rag and bone collector) was also living with them.

Married Phoebe Ellen Allard (b 05/06/1873 in Pancras, London) on 08/07/1895 in Kensington, London. At the time of his marriage, Edward was living at Pirbright Camp, Pirbright.

Their children:

Edward Peter 04/04/1898
George Albert 1895
Beatrice Petroria1900
Walter John1904
Kathleen Ellen1907
Frederick Charles1909
Horace William1915

Albert joined the Grenadier Guards in 1892 as a Guardsman. His Record of Employment And Charity is as follows-

Name:Albert Moss, Rank: Guardsman, Born: 1872, Religion: C of E, Service Number: 3752. Case: 829.

SERVICE HISTORY:
Grenadier Guards:from 15/06/1892 to 14/06/1899, a total of 7 years.
Section B: from 15/06/1899 to 08/10/1899, a total of 116 days.
Grenadier Guards: from 09/10/1899 to 10/05/1903, a total o f 3 years and 214 days.
South Africa:from 21/10/1899 to 19/07/1902, a total of 2 years and 272 days.
South Africa: from 11/05/1903 to 14/06/1904, a total of 1 year and 35 days.

MEDALS AND DECORATIONS:
South Africa Medal with Clasps.
Kings South Africa Medal with Clasps.

Albert re-enlisted into the Grenadier Guards as a private on the 29/04/1915. He re-enlisted at Holborn,London and his address is given as 8 Stanley House, St.Chard Place, Clerkenwell, London. It later changes to 9 Godson street, Kensington, London. Albert's service record shows his age as 44years. His occupation prior to en-listment was as a "packer".

Albert is described as follows: Height: 5feet and 9inches, Chest: 37 inches, Complexion: Fresh, Eyes: Brown, Hair: Dark Brown, Distinctive Marks: Scar on right cheek, Scar on left eye, 2 scars on right knee, Tattoo on left Forearm of a french girl soldier.

Albert was transfered to the Royal Engineers,Railway Construction Troops on the 24/03/1918. On 09/05/1919 he was transferred to the Army Reserve and then discharged from service on 27/06/1919.He had been in service for 4 years and 55 days.

On 23/06/1919 Albert re-enlisted for Short Service in the Royal Engineer Store Section, Regimental Number 200 211- Pioneer Railway Troops. Albert was 48 years and 2 months old. Army records show that Kathleen(kit), Frederick and Horace were still living at home at this time.

Albert was discharged on demobilization on 07/05/1920.

The next record of Albert appears on 330/03/1933 when Albert applied for assistance on Army Form GG/Form B/C.1. This is a form for "Record of Employment and Charity". Albert had previously received assistance totalling 20 pounds and 1 shilling.

The dates and requests are as follows:

30/03/1933: Out of work. Requires grant to help until he receives Dole Money, which will be next week. Granted: 15 Shillings.

10/08/1933: Wife has been under the doctor for 2 years. Wants to take her for a day out in the country. Granted 10 Shillings.

19/12/1933: Out of work.Receives 23/3d. per week Dole Money. Rent 7 Shillings-- as he has had 21 Pounds and 6 Shillings, can only grant 5 Shillings.

22/12/1934: Granted 10 Shillings.

15/04/1937. Has been promised casual work starting next week and has asked for a grant to carry him through.Direct and informall y told that this is the FINAL GRANT. Granted 10 Shillings.

06/061939: says he requires money to attend his son's wedding asks for 2 Pound. Grant REFUSED.

20/06/1942: Called requesting assistance. Granted 10 Pounds.

14/03/1947: Called asking for help to buy clothes.On being told reques t would have to be investigated, Albert became "het-up" and refused to delvulge address.

In 1898, at the time of their son Edward's birth, Albert and Phoebe were living at 37 Caversham Street, Chelsea, London.

In 1911 Albert and Phoebe were living at 17 Crawfords Garage, Farringdon Road, London.

Albert died in 1953.



Military and employment information from the Ancestry tree of June Webb. Thanks to June I avoided a lot of typing on these records.

ISABELLA MOSS 10/02/1874-????

Born in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 07/06/1874.

In 1881 Isabella was living in Scotland End, Chippenham with her parents, brother Albert and half siblings Walter and Charlotte. Her paternal grandfather Charles Moss (rag and bone collector) was also living with them.

In 1891 Isabella was working as a general servant at 32 Sunnyside Place, Islington, London. This was the home of John MacGregor (commercial traveller) and his family.

Her children:

Violet Francis 1895
Julia 1897
Isabella1899
John1900

In 1901 Isabella was working as a housekeeper in ? Fen Common, Soham, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of widower William Bailey (agricultural labourer) and his children. Isabella's children were also living in the house.

Isabella later married William Bailey (b abt. 1865 in Soham) in Q2 1903 in the Newmarket reg district (possibly in Soham).

Their children:

Albert 1903
Robert 1905
Bertrum Leslie1906
Kate 1905

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Alfred & Hannah: grand children of Charlotte & Charles, great grandchildren of Mary & Giles, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

CORNELIUS WALTER MOSS 1878-????

Born in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 01/09/1878.

Known as Walter.

In 1881 Walter was living in Scotland End, Chippenham with his parents, half siblings Albert and Isabella and sister Charlotte. His paternal grandfather Charles Moss (rag and bone collector) was also living with them.

In 1891 Walter was still living in Scotland End with his parent and siblings Charlotte, Edward, William, Alfred, Frederick and Ida. His grandfather, Charles Moss (pauper) was still living there. Walter was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married in Q3 1900 in the Chesterton reg district to either Emily Florence Carter OR Emily Eugine Dawkins.

In 1901 Walter and Emily were living in Lower Station Road, Newmarket, Suffolk. Walter was employed as a Police Constable.

Nothing else is currently known.


CHARLOTTE ELLEN MOSS 1880-????

Born in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 16/05/1880.

In 1881 Charlotte was living in Scotland End, Chippenham with her parents, half siblings Albert and Isabella and brother Walter. Her paternal grandfather Charles Moss (rag and bone collector) was also living with them.

In 1891 Charlotte was still living in Scotland End with her parent and siblings Walter, Edward, William, Alfred, Frederick and Ida. Her grandfather, Charles Moss (pauper) was still living there.

In 1901 Charlotte was employed as a servant at 28/30 Sloane Square, Chelsea, London. This was the home of (draper) and his family. This was a big house with loads of servants.

Married in Q3 1906 in the Newmarket reg district to either Reginald Cecil Avey OR Harry Ross Young.

Nothing else is currently known.


EDWARD MOSS 1881-????

Born in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Edward was living in Scotland End with his parent and siblings Walter, Charlotte, William, Alfred, Frederick and Ida. His grandfather, Charles Moss (pauper) was also living there.

In 1901 Edward was living at 12 New Row, Chippenham with his parents and siblings Edward, Alfred, Fred Ida, Sidney, Cecil and Lilian. Edward was employed as a rural postman.

Nothing else is currently known.


WILLIAM CHARLES MOSS 1883-????

Born in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 William was living in Scotland End with his parent and siblings Walter, Charlotte, Edward, Alfred, Frederick and Ida. His grandfather, Charles Moss (pauper) was also living there.

Nothing else is currently known.


ALFRED HENRY MOSS 1885-????

Born in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Alfred was living in Scotland End with his parent and siblings Walter, Charlotte, Edward, William, Frederick and Ida. His grandfather, Charles Moss (pauper) was also living there.

In 1901 Alfred was living at 12 New Row, Chippenham with his parents and siblings Edward, Fred, Ida, Sidney, Cecil and Lilian. nAl;fred was employed as an ordinary agricultural labourer.

Nothing else is currently known.


FREDERICK CHARLES MOSS 1887-????

Born in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Frederick was living in Scotland End with his parent and siblings Walter, Charlotte, Edward, William, Alfred and Ida. His grandfather, Charles Moss (pauper) was also living there.

In 1901 Frederick was living at 12 New Row, Chippenham with his parents and siblings Edward, Alfred, Ida, Sidney, Cecil and Lilian. Frederick was employed as a gardeners labourer.

Possibly married in the Royston reg district, Cambridgeshire in Q3 1905 to either Edith Amy Jarman OR Emma Newland.

Nothing else is currently known.

Several people have Frederick as marrying an Ethel Maud ? and dying in France during WW1. This was Charles Frederick Moss and he did indeed marry Ethel Maud Tayler. Julie Webb did mention that they had the names the wrong way round on the military record of his death but I am not certain.

IDA MARY MOSS 1889-????

Born in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1891 Ida was still living in Scotland End with her parent and siblings Walter, Charlotte, Edward, William, Alfred and Frederick. Her grandfather, Charles Moss (pauper) was also living there.

In 1901 Ida was living at 12 New Row, Chippenham with her parents and siblings Edward, Alfred, Fred, Sidney, Cecil and Lilian.

Nothing else is currently known.


SIDNEY GEORGE MOSS 1891-????

Born in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1901 Sidney was living at 12 New Row, Chippenham with his parents and siblings Edward, Alfred, Fred, Ida, Cecil and Lilian.

Married Rose Amy King in 1918 in the Risbridge reg district, Cambridgeshire.

Their children:

Douglas
Joan
Lilian May1920

Nothing else is currently known.

Information from Susan Laxton's Ancestry tree.

CECIL JOHN MOSS 1894-01/07/1916***

Born in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1901 Cecil was living at 12 New Row, Chippenham with his parents and siblings Edward, Alfred, Fred Ida, Sidney and Lilian.

Cecil enlisted in the Army as a Lance Corporal in the 11th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment, serial number 16614.

Cecil was killed in action on 01/07/1916. He is buried in Ceris - Gailly national cemetery in France


LILIAN EMMELINE MOSS 1896-????

Born in Chippenham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1901 Lilian was living at 12 New Row, Chippenham with her parents and siblings Edward, Alfred, Fred Ida, Sidney and Cecil.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of James & Susannah: grand children of William & Harriet, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

ALICE ELIZABETH MYNOTT 1841-1843

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Died in West Wickham, aged 2 years.


CLARA MYNOTT 10/08/1844-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Clara was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Clara, Ursula and Arthur.

In 1861 Clara was living in Bright Street, Bromley Kent with her parents and siblings Arthur, Isabella, George and Alice. There were also 2 lodgers named William Cole and William Hamptoon (?) who were both shipwrights labourers.

Married Richard Lane (b 1846 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire) in 1866.

Their children:

George H 1866
Mary Ann E 1870
Clara1874
Frederick1876
Arthur1879
Jane1883
Daisy1887

In 1871 Clara and Richard were living at 30 Selby Street, Bethnal Green with their children George and Mary Ann. Richard was employed as a carman.

1881 Clara and Richard were living at 4 Athol Street, Bromley St leonards, London with their children George, Mary Ann, Frederick and Arthur. Richard was still working as a carman.

Richard died in Q4 1890 in the Polar reg district.

In 1891 Clara was living at 43 Abbott Road, Bromley with her children Mary, Clara, Frederick, Arthur, jane and Daisy. Clara was employed as a charwoman.

In 1901 Clara was living at 5 Moness Street, Bromley with her children Clara, Frederick, Arthur, Jane and Daisy. Clara was still working as a charwoman


URSULA ELIZABETH MYNOTT 19/07/1847-1931

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Ursula was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Clara and Arthur.

I cannot find Ursula in 1861.

Married William Cole (b abt. 1847)in Q1 1866 in Poplar, London. Registered on Free BMD as Elizabeth Minot.

In 1871 Ursula (transcribed as Hester Cole) was living in Bromley, Kent with her widowed mother and siblings George, Alice and Jane. Ursula was working as a charwoman, just like her mother.

William died in Poplar in 1871.

Married Allen Guyver (b 1843 in Bishps Stortford, Hertfordshire ) on 19/11/1883 in Poplar.

Allen died in 1898 in Poplar, London.

Ursula died in 1931 in Poplar, London.


ARTHUR MYNOTT 14/08/1850-1933

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Arthur was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Clara and Ursula.

In 1861 Arthur was living in Bright Street, Bromley Kent with his parents and siblings Clara, Isabella, George and Alice. There were also 2 lodgers named William Cole and William Hamptoon (?) who were both shipwrights labourers.

In 1871 I cannot find Arthur.

Married Jane Reader (b 1849 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire) in Q2 1876 in Bromley by Bow, London. I wonder if Jane was related to George's mother at all.

Their children:

Emily 1877
Alfred 1879
Arthur1880
Lillie1883
Albert1885
Daisy1887
Ethel1890

In 1881 George and Jane were living at 12 Cawdor Street, North Side, Bromley with their children Alfred and Arthur. Arthur was employed as a stevedore, as was his brother George. Arthur's mother and siblings George and Jane lived nearby at number 9.

In 1891 Arthur and Jane were living at 3 Cawdor Street, Bromley with their children Alfred, Arthur, Lillie, Daisy and Ethel. There was also a boarder named Frank Reader (possible relation of Jane's). Arthur worked as a stevedores something. Frank, the boarder, also did the same job.

In 1901 Arthur and Jane were living at 9 Blair Street, Bromley with their children Alfred, Arthur, Lily, Albert, Daisy and Ethel. There was also Edward Reader (stevedores labourer) there that day. He was Jane's brother. Arthur was employed as a stevedores labourer as were his sons Alfred and Arthur.

Jane died in Polar reg district, London in 1908.

Arthur died in Polar reg district, London in 1933.

I have this marriage, but someone else has Arthur (b in Balsham to Robert Mynott and Sarah Livermore (Richardson) as marrying Jane. The censi give Arthur place of birth as West Wickham, so I am inclined to go with this marriage.


ISABELLA MYNOTT 1853-???

Born in Bromley, London.

In 1861 Isabella was living in Bright Street, Bromley Kent with her parents and siblings Clara, Arthur, George and Alice. There were also 2 lodgers named William Cole and William Hamptoon (?) who were both shipwrights labourers.

Married Frederick Jeff Cain (b 1853 in Bromley, Middlesex) in Q3 1879 in Bromley.

Their children:

Kate Isabel 1879
Frederick Jeff 1881
Elizabeth Maud1886
Lena Beatrice1887
Veronica1892

In 1881 Isabella and Frederick were living at 9 Cawdor St North Side, Bromley. This was the home of Isabella's mother and they shared it with her siblings George and Kate and a boarder named William Smith (stevedor). There was also a visitor there that day; a 7 year old Clara Lane, who was Isabella's niece (Clara's daughter). Frederick was employed as a smiths hammerman. Isabella's brother Arthur and his family lived nearby at number 12.

In 1891 Fredrick and Isabella are still living in the same house with Isabella's mother, only this time Frederick is head of the household. Living with them are their children Kate, Frederick, Elizabeth and Eleanor (Lena). There was also an lodger by the name of Mary Ann Simms (nurse sick) living there. Frederick was employed as a hammerman smiths.

In 1901 Isabella and Frederick were living in the same house with their children Kate, Frederick, Elizabeth, Lena and Veronica. Fredrick was now working as a general labourer.


GEORGE MYNOTT 1856-????

Born in Bromley, London.

In 1861 George was living in Bright Street, Bromley Kent with his parents and siblings Clara, Arthur, Isabella and Alice. There were also 2 lodgers named William Cole and William Hamptoon (?) who were both shipwrights labourers.

In 1871 George was living in Bromley with his widowed mother and siblings Alice and Jane. His married sister Ursula (transcribed as Hester) was also there that day.

In 1881 George is living at 9 Cawdor Street, North Side, Bromley with his mother and sister Jane. His sister Isabella and her husband also lived there as did a boarder named William Smith (stevedore). George's niece, Clara Lane (Clara's daughter) was a visitor that day. George was employed as a stevedore, as was his brother Arthur who lived nearby with his family at number 12.

Married Louisa Lowe in Q4 1887 in Bromley, London.

Their children:

Sidney Arthur 1889
George James 1897
Alice Kate 1900

I cannot find the family in 1891.

In 1901 George and Louisa are living at 31 Bloomsbury Street, Bromley with their children Sidney, George and Alice. George is employed as a furnace stoker.

Nothing else is currently known.


ALICE MYNOTT 1859-????

Born in Bromley, London.

In 1861 Alicea was living in Bright Street, Bromley Kent with her parents and siblings Clara, Arthur, Isabella and George. There were also 2 lodgers named William Cole and William Hamptoon (?) who were both shipwrights labourers.

In 1871 Alice was living in Bromley with her widowed mother and siblings George and Jane. Her married sister Ursula (transcribed as Hester) was also there that day.

Married Thomas Alfred Cain (b abt. 1856 in Bromley) in Bromley in Q3 1877.

Their children:

Alice Elizabeth 1879

In 1881 Alice and Alfred (Transcribed as Alfred Thomas) were living at 18 Bolwell Terrace, Lambeth, London. Alfred was employed as a baker.

I cannot find the family after that.


JANE MYNOTT 1862-1881

Born in Bromley, Lond

In 1871 Jane was living in Bromley with her widowed mother and siblings George and Alice. Her married sister Ursula (transcribed as Hester) was also there that day.

In 1881 Jane is living at 9 Cawdor Street, North Side, Bromley with her mother and brother George. Her sister Isabella and her husband also lived there as did a boarder named William Smith (stevedore). Jane's niece, Clara Lane (Clara's daughter) was a visitor that day. Jane was employed as a general servant. Jane's brother Arthur and his family lived nearby at number 12.

Jane died in Poplar, London in Q4 1881.


Children of William & Ann: grand children of William & Harriet, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

CATHERINE JANE MYNOTT 1862-????

Born in Poplar, London.

In 1871 Catherine was living in Queens Street, Marylebone with her parents and siblings Charles and Florence.

In 1881 Catherine was living at at 4 Conduit Mews,Paddington with her parents and siblings Charles, William, Mary and Arthur. Catherine was employed as a housemaid.

Married George James Grimshaw (b abt 1866 in Stoke Newington, London) in Q1 1889 in the Bethnal Green reg district.

Their children;

George 1890
Lily 1894
Herbert 1900

In 1891 Catherine and George were living at 32 Brunswick Street, Walthamstow, Essex with their son George. George was employed as a journeyman baker.

In 1901 Catherine and George were living at 11 Woodfield Terrace, North Weald, Essex with their children George, Lily and Herbert. George was employed as a grocer.

Nothing else is currently known.


CHARLES D MYNOTT 1863-????

Born in Loughton, Essex.

In 1871 Charles was living in Queens Street, Marylebone with his parents and siblings Catherine and Florence.

In 1881 Charles was living at at 4 Conduit Mews,Paddington with his parents and siblings Catherine, William, Mary and Arthur.

Nothing else is currently known.


FLORENCE MYNOTT 1865-????

Born in Paddington, London.

In 1871 Florence was living in Queens Street, Marylebone with her parents and siblings Catherine and Charles.

Nothing else is currently known.


WILLIAM MYNOTT 1872-????

Born in Poplar, London.

In 1881 Williame was living at at 4 Conduit Mews,Paddington with his parents and siblings Catherine, Charles, Mary and Arthur.

In 1891 William is possibly lodging at 155A Titchfield Street, Marylebone, London. This was the home of Albert Hunt (house porter and his family. William was employed as a solicitors clerk.

Nothing else is currently known.


MARY E MYNOTT 1874-????

Born in London.

In 1881 Mary was living at at 4 Conduit Mews,Paddington with her parents and siblings Catherine, Charles, William and Arthur.

Nothing else is currently known.


ARTHUR E MYNOTT 1878-????

Born in Poplar, London.

In 1881 Arthur was living at at 4 Conduit Mews,Paddington with her parents and siblings Catherine, Charles, William and Mary.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Charles & Catherine: grand children of William & Harriet, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

HARRY MYNOTT 1860-1945

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Harry was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents. His paternal grand parents William and Ann Mynott lived next door with his aunt Judith.

In 1871 Harry was living at 5 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings George, Amos, Alice and William.

In 1881 Harry was still living in the same place with his parents and siblings George, Amos, William, Mary, Dinah, Martha and David. Harry was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Emily Loveday (b 1869 in Little Wratting, Cambridgeshire) in Q2 1885 in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Amos and Alice Mynott (possibly Harry's brother and sister).

Their children:

George 1887
Arthur 1892
Charles1897

In 1891 Harry and Emily were living in a cottage in Water Lane, Great Bradley, Suffolk with their son George. Harry was employed as a shepherd.

In 1901 Harry and Emily were living in Fane Street, Westin, hertfordshire with their children George, Arthur and Charles. Harry was employed as a shepherd.

Harry died in the Hitchin reg district, Hertfords in 1945.


GEORGE MYNOTT 1862-1955

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 George was living at 5 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Harry, Amos, Alice and William.

In 1881 George was still living in the same place with his parents and siblings Harry, George Amos, William, Mary, Dinah, Martha and David. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

I cannot find George in 1891.

Married Phoebe Ann Free (b 1864 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire) in Q 2 1895 in West Wickham.

Their children:

Walter Free 1895
Elsie 1896
Ada1898
Rose1900

In 1901 George and Phoebe were living in Rectory Lane, Radwell, Hertfordshire with their children Walter, Elsie, Ada and Rose. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Phoebe died in the Hitchin reg district, Hertfordshire in Q4 1901.

George died in 1955 in in the Hitchin reg district .


AMOS MYNOTT 1864-1939

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Amos was living at 5 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Amos, George, Alice and William.

In 1881 Harry was still living in the same place with his parents and siblings Harry, George, William, Mary, Dinah, Martha and David. Amos was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Ada Gault (b 1869 in West Wickham) in Q4 1889 in West Wickham.

Their children:

Claude 1889
Bertie 1893
Eva1895
Jack1899

In 1891 Amos and Ada were living at Pear Farm, Hildersham, Cambridgeshire with their son Claude. His sister Martha was also there that day. Amos was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Amos and Ada were living in Lowes Street, Thriplow, Cambridgeshire with their children Claude, Bert, Eva and Jack. Amos was employed as a foreman on a farm.

Amos died in 1939 in the Hitchin reg district, Hertfordshire.


ALICE MYNOTT 1867-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Alice was living at 5 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Harry, George, Amos and William.

In 1881 Alice was employed as a general servant at Grange Farm, Little Abington, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of Albert J Bolton (Farmer of 492 Acres Employing 12 Men and 6 Boys) and his family.

Married Simon Loveday (b 1862 in Little Wratting, Cambridgeshire) on 21/11/1885 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire. The witnesses at their wedding were Amos Mynott (possibly brother) and Fanny Free (cousin).

Their children:

Ellen 1886
William 1889
Harry1892
Florrie1896

In 1891 Alice and Simon were living in West Wickham with their children Ellen and William. Simon was employed as an an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Alice and Simon were living in Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire with their children Ellen. William, Harry and Florrie. Simon was employed as a horsekeeper on a farm.


WILLIAM MYNOTT 1869-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 William was living at 5 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Harry, George, Amos and Alice.

In 1881 William was still living in the same place with his parents and siblings Harry, George, Amos, Mary, Dinah, Martha and David. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 William was living in the same place with his parents and siblings Mary and David. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

There is a possible candidate for William living at 12 Albany Road, Newington, London. This William was employed as a groom .


MARY MYNOTT 1871-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Mary was living at 5 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Harry, George, Amos, William, Dinah, Martha and David.

In 1891 Mary was living in the same place with her parents and siblings William and David.

Married William Wilson (b 1869 in Trumpington, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1894.

Their children:

William 1895
Ellen 1897
Henry1899

In 1901 Mary and William were living at 70 Cambridge Place, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge with their children William, Ellen and Henry. William was employed as a general labourer.


DINAH MYNOTT 1874-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Dinah was living at 5 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Harry, George, Amos, William, Mary, Martha and David.

In 1891 Dinah was employed as a general servant at ^ Salisbury Villas, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge. This was the home of university robe maker Charles A Venter and his sons.

Married Alfred Rookes (b 1878 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk) in Q4 1896 in Cambridge.

Their children:

Alfred 1897
Arthur 1899
Emily1900

In 1901 Dinah and Alfred were living at 6 Shakespears Cottages, Newmarket Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge with their children Alfred, Arthur and Emily. Alfred was employed as a fish hawker. I bet he smelt nice when he came home from work each day!


MARTHA MYNOTT 1876-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Martha was living at 5 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Harry, George, Amos, William, Mary, Dinah and David.

In 1891 Martha was at the home of her brother Amos and hos family at at Pear Farm, Hildersham, Cambridgeshire.

Married John Matlock (b 1873 in Stapleford, Cambridgeshire) in Q2 1898 Stapleford.

Their child:

John 1898

In 1901 Martha and John were living in Church Street, Stapleford, Cambridgeshire with their son John. John was employed as a horsekeeper on a far. Living next door was Charles and Sarah Matlock and 3 children, John's parents and siblings.


DAVID MYNOTT 1879-1964

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 David was living at 5 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Harry, George, Amos, William, Mary, Dinah and Martha.

In 1891 David was living in the same place with his parents and siblings William and Mary. David was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 David was still living with his parents in West Wickham. He was working as an agricultural labourer.

Married Alice Pearson (b 1881 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire) in Horseheath on 23/11/1901. The witnesses at the wedding were James Pearson and Emma Stinton. The banns were read on 17/11/1901.

Their children:

William 1902
Mary 1904

David also married Martha Pearson (b abt 1880) in 1926 in the Linton reg district.

David died in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire on 12/05/1964.

Martha died on 25/02/1976 in West Wickham.


Children of John & Susan: grand children of William & Harriet, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

HARRIET MYNOTT 1859-????

Born in Bromley, Middlesex.

In 1861 Harriet was living with her parents at 7 Richard Street, Bromley St Leonards in Middlesex.

In 1871 Harriet was living with her parents at 58 Kerby Street, Poplar, London. Her siblings living with her were Alfred, Janet, Amy, Harry and Elizabeth.

Married James Carthy (b 1859) in Poplar Parish Church, London on 03/03/1880. Harriet was a minor. James was employed as a ship steward. The witnesses at the wedding were John and Harriet Mynott.

Their children:

Albert Edward 1881
Arthur Horace 1886
Adelaide Lilian 1889
Edwin Percy 1891
Frederick Ernest 1895

In 1881 Harriet was shown as living with her parents and siblings at at 72 Kerby Street in Poplar. The siblings were Alfred, Harry, Elizabeth, Jane, William and Florence. Class: RG12; Piece: 355; Folio 41; Page 3; GSU roll: 6095465.

In 1891 Harriet and James were living at 41A Penrose Street, Newington St Mary, London with their children Albert, Arthur, Adelaide and Edwin. Also living there were husband and wife lodgers Robert and Caroline Hillard (salesman) and servant Eleanor C Saunders. James was working as a waiter ina an inn. Class: RG12; Piece: 355; Folio 41; Page 3; GSU roll: 6095465.

In 1901 Harriet and James were living at 4 Brimpton Road, Lambeth with their children Albert, Arthur, Adelaide, Edwin and Frederick. James was a day superintendent in a warehouse. Class: RG13; Piece: 420; Folio: 123; Page: 1.

I have yet to find a death for Harriet but it was sometime before the 1911 census.

In 1911 James was living in 4 rooms at 11 Jeffreys Road, Clapham, London with his children Adelaide, Edwin and Frederick. James was employed as a waiter in an hotel.

The family changed their surname from Carthy to Carter at some point beacause of anti Irish feeling at the time.


ALFRED MYNOTT 1862-1912

Born in Bromley, Middlesex.

In 1871 Alfred was living with his parents at 58 Kerby Street, Poplar, London. His siblings living with him were Harriet, Janet, Amy, Harry and Elizabeth.

In 1881 Alfred was living with his parents and siblings Harriet, Harry, Elizabeth, Jane, William and Florence at 72 Kerby Street in Poplar. He was an engine driver

Married Harriet Whittington (b 1861 in Poplar, London) in Poplar in Q2 1883.

Their children:

Maud 1886
William 1889
Lilian1891
John1894
Albert1898

In 1891 Alfred and Maud were living at 70 Kerby Street, Poplar with their children Maud and William. Living next door was Arthur's parents and siblings William, Jane. Florence, Janet, her husband and child. Alfred was employed as an engine driver.

In 1901 Alfred and Maud were living at 72 Kirbey Street, Poplar with their children Maud, William, Lilian, John and Albert. Alfred was employed as a general labourer.

Alfred died in Essex in 1912.


JANET MYNOTT 1863-????

Born in Poplar, London.

In 1871 Janet was living with her parents at 58 Kerby Street, Poplar, London. Her siblings living with her were Harriet, Alfred, Amy, Harry and Elizabeth.

I cannot find Janet in 1881.

Married Thomas William H Field (b 1847 in Brighton, East Sussex) in Q4 1888 in Poplar.

Their children:

Margaret 1889
Florence 1892
Edward1899

In 1891 Janet and Thomas were living with Janet's parents at 70 Kerby Street, Poplar with their daughter Margaret. Also living their were Janet's siblings William, Jane and Florence. Thomas was employed as a draper(?) and grocer.

In 1901 Janet and William T (as he was in this census) were living at 64 Northumberland Street, Poplar with their children Margarte, Florence, Edward and Charles. William was working as a hop dealer and he had his own account. Also in the house were an Elizabeth Haines and her son Charles (29 year old fisherman). They are described as Mother and son. Now I am assuming Charles is her son, not William's as he has the wrong surname.


AMY MYNOTT 1864-????

Born in Poplar, London.

In 1871 Amy was living with her parents at 58 Kerby Street, Poplar, London. Her siblings living with her were Harriet, Alfred, Janet, Harry and Elizabeth.

In 1881 Amy was employed as a domestic servant at 54 Tudor Road, Hackney, London. This was the home of Alfred Hughes (commercial taveller in drapery) and his family.John Littleboy (b 1863 in Isleworth, Middlesex) in Poplar in Q1 1891.

Their children:

Male 1891
Florence 1893

I cannot find this family in either 1891 or 1901.

Arthur died in 1912 in Hanover Sq, St George, London.


HARRY MYNOTT 1866-1918

Born in Poplar, London.

In 1871 Harry was living with his parents at 58 Kerby Street, Poplar, London. His siblings living with him were Harriet, Alfred, Janet, Amy and Elizabeth.

In 1881 Harry was living with his parents and siblings Harriet, Alfred, Elizabeth, Jane, William and Florence at 72 Kerby Street in Poplar. He was an apprentice engineer.

I cannot find Harry in 1891.

In 1901 I have found a Harry with the right details living in Bromley with a wife Martha and several children. I have not yet found a marriage and do not know for certain if this the same Harry. Confirmation or denial would be very useful.

Died in Poplar, London in 1918.


ELIZABETH MYNOTT 1869-????

Born in Poplar, London.

In 1871 Elizabeth was living with her parents at 58 Kerby Street, Poplar, London. Her siblings living with her were Harriet, Alfred, Janet, Amy, and Harry.

In 1881 Elizabeth was living with her parents and siblings Harriet, Alfred, Harry, Jane, William and Florence at 72 Kerby Street in Poplar.

Married Henry Crosby (b 1860 in Carlton, Cambridgeshire) in Q1 1887 in Poplar.

Their children:

Harry 1887
Maud 1888
Frederick1890
Charles1892
Susan1894

I cannot find the family ion 1891.

In 1901 Elizabeth and Henry were living at 56 Rounton(?) Road, Bromley with their children Harry, Maud, Frederick, Charles and Susan. Elizabeth's brother William (labourer) was also there. Henry was employed as a railway guard.


JANE MYNOTT 1871-????

Born in Poplar, London.

In 1881 Jane was living with her parents and siblings Harriet, Alfred, Harry, Elizabeth, William and Florence at 72 Kerby Street in Poplar.

In 1891 Jane was living in the same house with her parents and siblings William and Florence. Her married sister Janet, her husband and their child also lived there. Living next door at number 70 was Jane's brother Arthur and his family. Jane was employed as a tailoress.

Married Herbert Gravestock (b 1871 in Canning Town, London) in Q3 1896 in the Poplar reg district.

Their children:

George 1897
Walter 1901

In 1901 Jane and Herbert were living at 10 edwrad Street, Canning Town, West Ham with their children George and baby Walter. Herbert was employed as a labourer docker.


WILLIAM M MYNOTT 1873-1952

Born in Poplar, London.

In 1881 Williamwas living with his parents and siblings Harriet, Alfred, Harry, Elizabeth, Jane, and Florence at 72 Kerby Street in Poplar.

In 1891 William was living in the same house with his parents and siblings Jane and Florence. Her married sister Janet, her husband and their child also lived there. Living next door at number 70 was William's brother Arthur and his family.

In 1901 William was with his sister Elizabeth, her husband Henry Crosby and their children at 56 Rounton(?) Road, Bromley. William was employed as a labourer.

Married Jane Taylor (b abt 1873) in the Poplar reg district in Q2 1903.

Their child:

William 1905

William died in 1952.


FLORENCE ISABELLA MYNOTT 1875-????

Born in Poplar, London.

In 1881 Florence was living with her parents and siblings Harriet, Alfred, Harry, Elizabeth, Jane and William at 72 Kerby Street in Poplar.

In 1891 William was living in the same house with his parents and siblings William and Jane. Her married sister Janet, her husband and their child also lived there. Living next door at number 70 was Flo's brother Arthur and his family. Jane was employed as a dressmaker.

Married William Benjamin (b 1873 in Gillingham, Kent) in Poplar in Q2 1895.

Their children:

Florence 1895
Gertrude 1897
Robert 1900

In 1901 Florence and William were living in Cooks Cottages, Horndon on the Hill, Essex with their children Florence, Gertrude and Robert. William was emlyed as a stone mason.


Children of Jane & William: grand children of William & Harriet, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

EMMA MARTHA NEWMAN 1859-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Emma was living at Seversham Road, Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire with her parents.

In 1871 Emma was living in Harrow Street, Fulbourn with her widowed mother and siblings Elizabeth and William (noted as Mynott W. Newman).

Married George Ashton (b 1859 in Wandsworth, Surrey) in Q4 1878 in the Kingston reg district, Surrey.

In 1881 Emma and George were living at 1 Oakley Cottages, Graham Road, Wimbledon. George was employed as a stonemason. Living with them were lodgers named William Dodd (general labourer), Thomas Gray (farrier) and Thomas Calcraft (general labourer).

Emma then married Thomas Bailes Connel (b abt. 1858 in St Margarets, Westminster, London) in Q1 1886 in the Wandsworth reg district, London.

In 1891 Emma and Thomas were living at 59 Latchmore(?) Road, Battersea, London. Also there was Emma's half brother John (grocers asssistant). Thomas was employed as a grocer and sauce maker.

Emma died in Q2 1898 in the Wandsworth reg district.

Thomas died in Q4 1914 in the Wandsworth reg district.


ELIZABETH H NEWMAN 1861-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 ELizabeth was living in Harrow Street, Fulbourn with her widowed mother and siblings Emma and William (noted as Mynott W. Newman).

I cannot find Elizabeth in 1881.

Married John Greenway (b 1863 in Linsdale, Buckinghamshire) in Q3 1885 in the Wandsworth reg district.

Their children:

Ellen 1866

In 1891 Elizabeth and John were living at 263 Wheeler treet, Aston Manor, Aston, Warwickshire with their daughter Ellen. John was employed as a monumental mason.

In 1901 Elizabeth and John were living at 121 Arden Road, Handsworth, Staffordhire with their daughter Eileen. Elizabeth's brother in law (Emma's widowed husband) Thomas Connel was also there that day. Both John and Thomas were employed as grocers.


WILLIAM MYNOTT NEWMAN 18/05/1866-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 William (noted as Mynott W. Newman) was living in Harrow Street, Fulbourn with his widowed mother and siblings Emma and Elizabeth.

In 1881 William was living in Shipps Yard, Fulbourn with his mother, stepfather and half siblings John and Florence Finchman. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

I cannot find William in 1891.

Married Emma Frances M Giddens (b 1870 in Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey) in the Wandsworth reg district in Q2 1893. William appears on Free BMD as Newman Mynot William,

Their children:

William 1897
Herbert 1899

In 1901 William and Emma were living at 51 Portland Road, Kingston on Thames, Surrey with their children William and Herbert. William was employed as a general labourer.

Children of Jane & Edward: grand children of William & Harriet, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

JOHN FINCHAM 1874-????

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 John was living in Shipps Yard, Fulbourn with his parents and sister Florence. Also living with them was his half brother William Newman.

In 1891 John was at the home of his half sister Martha and her husband at 59 Latchmore(?) Road, Battersea, London. John Fincham has my eternal thanks for being where he was that night. Because of this I was able to find the marriage for Martha, only to find out she had been married previously and found that one also. Because I found Martha's second husband I was able to identify her sister Elizabeth's marriage as he was staying with them in 1901. I do love it when relations vsit other relations - it often throws up some more information you had been unable to clarify.

Nothing else is currently known.


FLORENCE FINCHAM 01/12/1879-14/01/1934

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

Born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Florence was living in Shipps Yard, Fulbourn with her parents and brother John. Also living with them was her half brothe William Newman.

In 1891 Florence was living with her parents at Home End, Fulbourn. John was employed as a grocers assistant.

Married Arthur Probetts (b 1872 in Norwood, Surrey) on 10/10/1897 in Wandsworth, London.

Their children:

Arthur 1898
Florence 1899
Arthur1900
William1902

In 1901 Florence and Arthur were living at 92 North Street, Wandsworth, London with their children Florence and Arthur. Arthur was employed as a plumbers labourer.

According to family sources, Arthur was an alcoholic and he was committed to Hanwell Hospital, Southall, Middlesex where Florence refused to sign his discharge. Arthur died in 1932 in Hanwell Hospital.

Florence lived at of 18 Brathway Road, Southfields and died on 14/01/1934 at 46 Ouseley Road, Balham. She left an estate of £168 13s 8d to her children Arthur William Probetts, Engineer and Florence Emma Mason, wife of Edward Mason


Children of William & Sophia: grand children of Mary & James, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

MARY ANN PRESTON 1848-????

Born in Wicken, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Mary Ann was living in Wicken with her parents and sister Eliza.

In 1861 Mary Ann was living in Lower Drove, Wicken with her parents and siblings Eliza and Sophia.

In 1871 Mary Ann was living in in the same place with her parents and sister Sophia. Also there was her cousin Alice Preston ( aunt Sarah 's daughter) living there.

In 1881 Mary Ann was living in in the same place with her parents and her cousin Alice. Also there that day were her sister Eliza's sons (and her nephews) William and Frederick Johnson.

In 1891 Mary Ann was living in in the same house with her parents and sister Sophia, although they had changed the name from Lower Drove to Lower Road. Her nephew William Johnson was still living there. Mary Ann actually had a job this time, as a knitter.

In 1901 Mary Ann was living in ? Lane in Soham with her widowed mother and her sister Sophia. Mary Ann was employed as a knitter of woolen goods.

Nothing else is currently known.


ELIZA PRESTON 1849-????

Born in Wicken, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 Eliza was living in Wicken with her parents and sister Mary Ann.

In 1861 Eliza was living in Lower Drove, Wicken with her parents and siblings Mary Ann and Sophia.

Married Peachy Johnson (b 1848 in Soham, Cambridgeshire) in Isleham in Q3 1870.

Their children:

William 1871
Frederick 1873
Harriet1875

In 1871 Eliza and Peachy were living in Church Street (it say vicarage), Iselham, Cambridgeshire. Peachy was employed as a shoiemaker.

In 1881 Eliza and Peachey were living on the South sie of Main Road, Wicken with their daughter Harriett. Their sons William and Frederick were at their grandparents (William and Sophia Preston) house that day.Peachy was employed as a shoemaker.

In 1891 Eliza and Peachey were living in North Street, Wicken withtheir dasughter Harriett. Peachy was working as a farmer and Eliza as a dressmake

In 1901 Eliza and Peachey were still living in North Street and Peachy was once again working as a shoemaker. Makes me wonder if he really was a farmer in 1891.

Peachy died in 1920 in Cambridgeshire.


SOPHIA PRESTON 1851-????

Born in Wicken, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Sophia was living in Lower Drove, Wicken with her parents and siblings Mary Ann and Eliza.

In 1871 Sophia was living in in the same place with her parents and sister Mary Ann. Also there was her cousin Alice Preston ( aunt Sarah 's daughter) living there.

In 1881 Sophia was employed as a domestic housemaid at The Elms, Bateman Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge. This was the home of Marian G Kennedy.

In 1891 Sophia was living in Lower Drove, Wicken with her parents and sister Mary Ann. Her nephew William Johnson (sister Eliza's son) was also living there. Sophia was employed as a dressmaker.

In 1901 Sophia was living in ? Lane in Soham with her widowed mother and her sister Mary Ann. Sophia was working as a needle woman.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Charles & Elizabeth: grand children of Mary & James, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

JAMES PRESTON 1849-????

Born in Haddenham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1851 James was living in Main Street, Haddenham with his parents.

In 1861 James was living in at Mill End, Haddenham with his parents and siblings Charlotte and Elizabeth.

In 1871 James was living in the same place with his widowed mother and siblings Elizabeth, Charles, William and Sarah. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Nothing else is currently known.


CHARLOTTE ANN PRESTON 1857-????

Born in Haddenham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 26/04/1857.

In 1861 Charlotte was living in at Mill End, Haddenham with her parents and siblings James and Elizabeth.

In 1871 Charlotte was employed as a general servant at Mill House, Inefal(?) Road, Sutton, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of William Papworth (miller, employing 2 men and 1 apprentice) and his family.

Nothing else is currently known.


ELIZABETH PRESTON 1858-????

Born in Haddenham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 15/06/1860.

In 1861 Elizabeth was living in at Mill End, Haddenham with her parents and siblings James and Charlotte.

In 1871 Elizabeth was living in the same place with her widowed mother and siblings James, Charles, William and Sarah.

Married Joseph Carter (b 1856 in Cottenham, Cambridgeshire) in Haddenham in Q3 1877.

Their children:

Annie Elizabeth 1878
Joseph Herbert 1880

In 1881 Elizabeth and Joseph were living in Ely Road, Cottenham, Cambridgeshire with their children Ann and Joseph. Joseph was employed as an agricultural labourer. They also had a boarder named William Porter who was also an agricultural labourer.

Nothing else is currently known.


CHARLES PRESTON 1861-????

Born in Haddenham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Charles was living in at Mill End, Haddenham with his parents and siblings James, Elizabeth, William and Sarah.

In 1871 Charles was living in the same place with his widowed mother and siblings James, Elizabeth, William and Sarah.

Nothing else is currently known.


(REUBEN ?) WILLIAM PRESTON 1864-????

Born in Haddenham, Cambridgeshire.

Possibly named Reuben William as no record of a William Preston and he turns up later as Reuben in the 1881 censu.

In 1871 William was living in at Mill End, Haddenham with his widowed mother and siblings James, Elizabeth, Charles and Sarah.

In 1881 Reuben was living in Duck Lane, Haddenham with his mother and stepfather. He is listed as son in law, which I have found often means stepson. Reuben was working as an agricultural labourer.

Nothing else is currently known.


SARAH PRESTON 1866-????

Born in Haddenham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 03/03/1868.

In 1871 Sarah was living in at Mill End, Haddenham with her widowed mother and siblings James, Elizabeth, Charles and William.

In 1881 Sarah was employed as a general servant in Bridge Street, St Ives, Huntingdonshire. This was the home of john Arthur Hill (hair dresser) and his family.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Sarah & Thomas: grand children of Mary & James, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

ELIZA BARTON 1854-????

Born in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Eliza was living in Main Street, Weston Colville with her parents and siblings John and Alice. Her maternal grandmother Mary Preston was also living with them.

I cannot find Eliza in 1871.

In 1881 Eliza was employed as a domestic housemaid at 7 Walden Street, Hadstock, Essex. This was the home of widower Francis E Smith, the Rector of Hadstock.

I cannot find Eliza in 1891 but having found her in 1901 I think she was probably still working as a servant for the Rector of Hadstock.

In 1901 Eliza was still working as a housemad for Francis E Smith and his wife, this time at St Botolphs Rectory, Hadstock.

Nothing else is currently known.

JOHN BARTON 1857-????

Born in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire

In 1861 John was living in Main Street, Weston Colville with his parents and siblings Eliza and Alice. His maternal grandmother Mary Preston was also living with them.

In 1871 John was living in Common Road, Weston Colville with his father, stepmother, sister Lucy, half siblings Sarah, Rachel and Jacob and stepbrother Samuel.

Married Mary Salmon (b 1854 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1879 in the Pancras reg district of London.

Their children:

Joshua 1880
Ernest 1881
Florence 1883
Ethel 1885
Harold1892
Cyril 1896

In 1881 John and Mary were living at 11 Newmarket Terrace, St Pancras, London with their son Joshua and a boarder named Joshua Salmon. He was quite likely Mary's brother and he was a railway porter. John was employed as a railway porter.

In 1891 John and Mary were living at 16 Glenwood Road, Tottenham, Middlesex with their children Ernest and Ethel. John was employed as a B? maker.

In 1901 John and Mary were living at 129 Fairfax Road, Tottenham with their children Ernest, Florence, Ethel, Harold and Cyril. John was employed as a coal porter.


ALICE BARTON 1858-????

Born in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Alice was living in Main Street, Weston Colville with her parents and siblings Eliza and John. Her maternal grandmother Mary Preston was also living with them.

In 1871 Alice was living with her uncle William Preston and his wife Sophia, along with their daughter Mary Ann and their grandsons William and Frederick Johnson in Lower Drove, Wicken, Cambridgeshire. William Preston was the brother of Alice's late mother Sarah.

In 1881 Alice was still living with her uncle William and Aunt Sophia in the same house. She was listed as Alice Preston, as she been in the 1871 census. Alice was employed as a domestic servant.

Nothing else is currently known.


LUCY AMY BARTON 1863-????

Born in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire.

Lucy probably never really got to know her mother as she died in 1864.

In 1871 Lucy was living in Common Road, Weston Colville with her father, stepmother, brother John, half siblings Sarah, Rachel and Jacob and stepbrother Samuel.

In 1881 Lucy was living in Collage Land Houses, Weston Colville with her widowed father and half siblings Jacob, William, Ellen and Jane. Lucy was employed as a housekeeper.

In 1891 Lucy was living in Mill Hill, Weston Colville with her father and half siblings Jacob and Jane. Lucy was employed as a housekeeper - probably to her father.

Married James Balls (b 1860 in Weston Colville) in Q2 1894 in Weston Coleville.

Their children:

Amy 1895
Frank 1897

In 1901 Lucy and James were living in Mill Hill Cottage, Weston Coleville with their children Amy and Frank. Also living with them were Lucy's father Thomas Barton and her half sister Ellen. James was employed as an agricultural labourer.


Children of Lydia & John: grand children of Mary & James, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

MAHALA MISSEN 1856-????

Born in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Mahala was living at Main Street, Weston Colville with her parents and siblings Mary, Ester and baby Edmund. Her paternal grandmother Judith Missen was also living with them.

In 1871 Mahala was employed as a domestic servant at The Park, West Wratting. This was the home of widowed landowner Sarah E. A. Frost.

Maried Alfred Turner (b 1852 in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1875 in Weston Coleville.

Their children:

William Charles 1876
Henry James 1878
Alice Esther1880
Alfred1882

In 1881 Mahala and Alfred were living at Water Side, Weston Coleville with their children William, Henry and Alice. Arthur was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Mahala and Alfred were living at Lark hall Heath, Weston Colville with their children William, Henry, Alice and Alfred. Alfred was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Mahala and Alfred were living at the same place with their sons Charles and Henry. Alfred was employed as an agricultural labourer.

MARY ANN MISSEN 1857-????

Born in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Mary was living at Main Street, Weston Colville with her parents and siblings Mahala, Esther and baby Edmund. Her paternal grandmother Judith Missen was also living with them.

In 1871 Mary Ann was living in the same house with her parents and siblings Mary Ann, Esther, Edward, Richard, James, Sarah Ann, Malina and Ellen.

In 1881 Mary Ann was at home ill in Weston Green, Weston Colville with her parents and siblings Mary Ann, Edward, James, Ellen and John. Mary Ann was employed as a domestic servant.

In 1891 Mary Ann was employed as a general servant in St Marys Gate, St Mary the Great, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of John J Lias, the vicar of St Edwards, cambridge and his family.

Nothing else is currently known.


ESTHER MISSEN 1859-????

Born in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Esther was living at Main Street, Weston Colville with her parents and siblings Mahala, Mary and baby Edmund. Her paternal grandmother Judith Missen was also living with them.

In 1871 Esther was living in Common Road, Weston Colville with her parents and siblings Mary Ann, Edmund , Richard, James, Sarah Ann, Malina and Ellen.

In 1881 Esther was employed as a domestic servant at Oddle Rectory, Ashwell, Hertfordshire. This was the hme of Henry W. Hodgson (the Rector of Ashwell) and his family.

Nothing else is currently known.


EDMUND MISSEN 1860-1887

Born in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 baby Edmund was living at Main Street, Weston Colville with his parents and siblings Mahala, Mary and Esther. His paternal grandmother Judith Missen was also living with them.

In 1871 Edmund, (transcribed as Edward) was living Common Road, Weston Colville with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, Esther, Richard, James, Sarah Ann, Malina and Ellen.

In 1881 Edmund was living in Weston Green, Weston Colville with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, James, Ellen and John.

I believe Edmund died in Q1 1887 in Weston Colville.

Nothing else is currently known.


RICHARD MISSEN 1862-????

Born in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Richard was living in Common Road, Weston Colville with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, Esther, Edward, James, Sarah Ann, Malina and Ellen.

In 1881 Richard was a boarder in Wenny, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of William Nequs (agricultural labourer). Richard was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Nothing else is currently known.


JAMES MISSEN 1864-????

Born in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 James was living in Common Road, Weston Colville with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, Esther, Edward, Richard, Sarah Ann, Malina and Ellen.

In 1881 James was living in Weston Green, Weston Colville with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, Edmund, Ellen and John.

Married Harriet Ely (b 1858 in Cowlinge, Suffolk) in Q2 1887 in Weston Coleville.

Their children:

Edith 1887
John 1889
Hettie 1891
James1994
Billy1896
Edward1899

in 1891 James and Harriet were living at 84 Pierson Street, Ormesby, Yorkshire with their children Edith and John. James was employed as a general labourer.

In 1901 James and Harriet were living at 32 Forest Place, Normanby, Ormesby with their children Edith, John, Hettie, Hettie, James, Billy and Edward. James was employed as a labourer at the iron works.

Nothing else is currently known.


SARAH ANN MISSEN 1866-1877

Born in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Sarah Ann was living in Common Road, Weston Colville with her parents and siblings Mary Ann, Esther, Edmund, Richard, James, Malina and Ellen.

Sarah Ann died in Weston Colville in Q1 1877. Her sister Malina also died in the same quarter.


MALINA MISSEN 1868-1877

Born in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Malina was living in Common Road, Weston Colville with her parents and siblings Mary Ann, Esther, Edward, Richard, James, Sarah Ann and Ellen.

Malina died in Weston Colville in Q1 1877. Her sister Sarah Ann also died in the same quarter.


ELLEN MISSEN 1869-????

Born in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Ellen was living in Common Road, Weston Colville with her parents and siblings Mary Ann, Esther, Edward, Richard, James, Sarah Ann and Malina.

In 1881 Ellen was living in Weston Green, Weston Colville with her parents and siblings Mary Ann, Edmund, James and John.

In 1891 Ellen was employed as a domestic housemaid at 42 Cadoface (?) Terrace, Chelsea, London. This was the home of Brandon Thomas (actor and dramatic author) and his French wife.

Married Frederick Harold Manning (b 1851 in Brighton, Sussex) in Q2 1895 in the St George Hanover Square, London. Frederick was almost 18 years older than Ellen.

Their children:

Frederick H 1896
Leonard B 1898
Douglas T1900

In 1901 Ellen and Frederick were living at 1 Coad Place, Lambeth, London with their children Frederick, Leonard and baby Douglas. Frederick was employed as a stonemason.

Nothing else is currently known.


JOHN MISSEN 1877-????

Born in Weston Colville, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 John was living in Weston Green, Weston Colville with his parents and siblings Mary Ann, Edmund, James and Ellen.

In 1891 John was living with his mother on The Green in Weston Colville. There was a lodger named Morris Kedge, who was a bricklayer living there. John was working as a grocers errand boy.

In 1901 John was living in the same house with his mother. He was employed as a painter.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of William & Mary: grand children of Sarah & Johnson, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

Information from Tim Adams GU tree, in addition to Sallyann's.

GEORGE ALFRED FREE 31/10/1853-17/02/1882

Born at 32 East Street, Cardiff, South Glamorgan Wales.

Christened at the church of St Mary in Cardiff on 25/09/1862 with his siblings Alice and Nimrod.

In 1861 George was living with his parents and siblings Celia and Nimrod at 20 Ivor Street, Cardiff. He was a scholar.

In 1871 George was living at 20 Sandown Place, St Johns, Cardiff with his parents and siblings Alice, Harriet, Sarah and James. George was employed as a coal stower. His maternal grandmother Sarah was living with them, as was a lodger named Robert Cornwall, his wife Anna and their daughter Jane.

In 1881 George was living at 56 Diamond Street, Roath, Cardiff with his parents, siblings Sarah and James plus grandma Sarah. He was employed as a general labourer.

Died at 54 Diamond Street, Roath, Cardiff, South Glamorgan on 17/02/1882. He died of consumption after suffering from it for 4 months. His mother Mary was with him when he died.

George was buried at St Mary's Church, Cardiff on 22/02/1822.


CELIA ELIZA FREE 27/11/1855-02/07/1857

Born at 13 Louisa Street in Cardiff.

Died in Cardiff, South Glamorgan on 2nd July 1857 folowing a smallpox vaccination. Her grandmother, Sarah Davies, was present at the death.


ALICE CELIA FREE 03/01/1858-06/06/1935

Born in Cardiff, South Glamorgan Wales.

Christened at the church of St Mary in Cardiff on 25/09/1862 with her siblings George and Nimrod.

The family were still living at 13 Louisa Street in Cardiff when Alice was born.

In 1861 Celia was living with her parents and siblings George and Nimrod at 20 Ivor Street, Cardiff.

In 1871 Celia was living at 20 Sandown Place, St Johns, Cardiff with her parents and siblings George, Harriet, Sarah and James. Celia was a scholar. Her maternal grandmother Sarah was living with them, as was a lodger named Robert Cornwall, his wife Anna and their daughter Jane.

In 1881 Alice was working as a domestic servant in the home of William Alexander at 1 Park Place, Cardiff.

In 1891 Alice was living at 9 Saville Row, St James, Westminster, London where she was a a servant in the home of Cherry Sadler.

Married Charles Hawkes (b 1864 in Canning Town, London) on 07/02/1895 in St John's Church, Stratford, London. Alice was living at 45 Louise Road, Stratford, as was Charles.

Their child:

Mary 1896

In 1901 Alice and Charles were living at 27 Mauritius Road, in Greenwich with their daughter Mary. Charles wa a Mariner.

Sometime between the 1901 census and 1909, Alice had moved to 271 Woolwich Road, Charlton, Kent. This address was in a diary belonging to her brother Nimrod James.

Alice was present at the death of her mother in November 1909 and her address on the death certificate was 55 Devonshire Road, West Greenwich.

Mary died on 07/02/1935

NIMROD WILLIAM FREE 02/08/1860-10/04/1864

Born at 6 Kingtons Court, St. Mary, Cardiff, South Glamorgan Wales.

Christened at the church of St Mary in Cardiff on 25/09/1862 with his siblings George and Alice.

In 1861 Nimrod was living with his parents and siblings George and Celia at 20 Ivor Street, Cardiff.

Nimrod died in Cardiff, South Glamorgan on 10/04/ 1864. He died of Scarlatina and was buried in St mary's Church, Cardiff on 14/04/1864.

The family had been living at 8 Buzzard Street in Cardiff at the time of his death.


HARRIET JUDITH FREE 24/04/1863-22/05/1951????

Born in Cardiff, South Glamorgan Wales.

The family were living at 8 Buzzard Street in Cardiff when she was born.

In 1871 Harriet was living at 20 Sandown Place, St Johns, Cardiff with her parents and siblings George, Alice, Sarah and James. Harriet was a scholar. Her maternal grandmother Sarah was living with them, as was a lodger named Robert Cornwall, his wife Anna and their daughter Jane.

In 1881 Harriet was living at 12 - 14 Park Place in Cardiff. This was a boarding school and she was employed as a cook.

Married David Collett (b 1860 in Appleford, Berkshire) on 12/02/1883 in Cardiff Regsitry Office. Both Harriet and David were living in the Free family home in Diamond Street.

Their children:

William Levi 1884
Joseph Charles 1886
Alice Eliza1888
Harriet Judith1889
Abigail1891
Patranella1895
David1896
Mary1899

In 1891 Harriet and David were living at 26 Eldon Road, Riverside, Cardiff. David was employed as a coal tipper and they shared their home with their children William, Joseph, Alice and Harriet, plus 2 lodgers named William Peedle and harry Cooper who were both railway portes.

On 28/09/1886 Harriet and David were witnesses at the wedding of Harriet's sister Sarah's wedding.

In 1901 Harriet and David were living at 34 Arley Road, Aston, in Birmingham with their children William, Joseph, Alice, Judith, Abigail, Patranella, David and Mary. David was now employed as a gas works labourer.

According to an entry in her brother James' diary, Harriet was still living at the same address in 1909.

Harriet died in Duddeston, Birmingham, England on 22/05/1951.


SARAH ELIZA FREE 21/12/1866-????

Born in Cardiff, South Glamorgan Wales.

The family were living at 53 Tyndall Street in Cardiff when she was born.

In 1871 Sarah was living at 20 Sandown Place, St Johns, Cardiff with her parents and siblings George, Alice, Harriet and James. Her maternal grandmother Sarah was living with them, as was a lodger named Robert Cornwall, his wife Anna and their daughter Jane.

In 1881 Sarah was living at 56 Diamond Street, Roath, Cardiff with her parents, siblings George and James plus grandma Sarah. She was a scholar.

Married William Whitney (b 1862 in Bryngwyn, Gwent, Wales) on 28/09/1866 in the Roath Congregational Church, Cooper Street, Roath. The witnesses at their wedding were Sarah's sister Harriet and her husband David Collett.

Their children:

Alice Mary 1887
Martha Jane 1890
William Alfred1892
Kathleen May1894
David James1895
Sarah Ada1897
Thomas Aaron1899
Eva Grace1902
Walter Meridith1904
Rose Margaret 1907
Daisy Winifred1907

In 1891 Sarah and William were living at 71 Cecil Street, Cardiff with their children Alice and Martha. This was the home of Sarah's parents and they shared it also with her younger brother James. William was employed as a wheelwright.

07/02/1893 Sarah was present at the death of her father, William. She had been nursing him through his cancer.

In 1901 Sarah and William were living at 3 Pemberton Terrace, near Llanelly with their children Martha, William, David, Sarah and Thomas. William was now working as a railway wagon repairer.

According to an entry in her brother James' diary, Sarah was living at 21 Hicks Street, Llanelly.

NIMROD JAMES FREE 17/09/1870-22/10/1909

Born at 20 Sandon Street, St Johns, Cardiff, South Glamorgan in Wales.

He was known as James Free.

In 1871 James was living at 20 Sandown Place, St Johns, Cardiff with his parents and siblings George, Alice, Harriet and Sarah. His maternal grandmother Sarah was living with them, as was a lodger named Robert Cornwall, his wife Anna and their daughter Jane.

In 1881 James was living at 56 Diamond Street, Roath, Cardiff with her parents, siblings George and Sarah plus grandma Sarah. He was a scholar.

In 1891 James was living at 71 Cecil Street, Cardiff with his parents and sister Sarah, her husband and 2 daughters Alice and Martha. James was employed as a general labourer.

Married Mary Ann Butler (b 1868 in Shrivenham, Berkshire) on 23/12/1893 at Cardiff registry office.

Their children:

William Henry 1894
Annie 1896
James Alfred1897
Benjamin1899
Mabel 1902
John 1903

In 1896 James, Mary and William were living at 25 Eclipse Street, Roath, Cardiff, along with the new baby, James.

In September 1899 the family were living at 19 Seymour Street, Roath.

In 1901 Jmes and Mary were still living at the same address with their children William, Annie, James, Benjamin and James' mother, Mary. James was employed as a general labourer in a timber yard.

Mary died at 7 Wharf Row, Abervon, Neath, Glamorgan, Wales on 26/09/1906. She died in childbirth (after a normal 4 1/2 hour labour) of an embolism to the pulmonary artery. This was 3 hours after the delivery and the baby also died.

She was buried 29/09/1906 in the Chapel of Ease Cemetry in Port Talbot, South Wales. The baby was buried in the same coffin and they were buried in row 20, 8 Seaside.

In 1907 James was still living in the same house and his vital statistics at the time were height 5' 10", weight 10st 5lbs and a chest of 38".

James was concerned about his weight during August 1907. He gained 5lbs between the 3rd and 24th. He went into Mount Vernon hospital, Hampstead, London on 16/04/1908 where he now weighed in at 11st 1lb. He was transferred to Northwood hospital on 23/05/1908 where he had gained another 7lbs.

James died in Port Talbot, Wales on 22/10/1909 of tuberculosis. His son William was present at his death.

James was buried at the Chapel of Ease Cemetry, Port Talbot in the same grave as his wife.


Children of Charles & Emma: grand children of Sarah & Johnson, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

ELIZA FREE 1845-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 12/01/1845.

On the day of the 1851 census, Eliza was a visitor at the home of her paternal grand parents and their family at Horseheath Street, Horseheath. Her sister lived with their maternal grand parents, so perhaps Eliza did too.

In 1861 Eliza was living with her father, stepmother, sister Agnes and half siblings George, Judith and Thomas at Foxborough Cottage, Hoggs Hill, Dagenham, Essex. There was also a lodger named Isaac Foster (agricultural labourer).

Nothing else is currently known.


AGNES FREE 1847-1904

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 28/03/1847.

In 1851 Agnes was living with her maternal grand parents and their children Mary and Alfred plus one other grand daughter named Emily. The address was Horseheath Street, Horseheath.

In 1861 Agnes was living with her father, stepmother, sister Eliza and half siblings George, Judith and Thomas at Foxborough Cottage, Hoggs Hill, Dagenham, Essex. There was also a lodger named Isaac Foster.

Married William Sach (b 1840 in Ingatestone, Essex).

Their children:

Mary 1868
Louisa 1870
William 1872
Alice1878
Sarah 1880
James 1882
Annie 1885

In 1871 Agnes and William were living at 12 Nursery Gardens, Lea Bridge Road, Leyton, Essex with their daughters Mary and Louisa. William was employed as a labourer at a coal wharf.

In 1881 Agnes and William were living at 12 Lea Bridge Road, Leyton and quite possibly the same house as 10 years earlier. William was now employed as a gas stoker. The children living with them were Mary, Louisa, William and Agnes.

In 1891 Agnes and William were living with their children William, Sarah, James and Ann at 6 Colchester Road, Walthamstow in Essex. William was working as a general labourer.

In 1901 Agnes and William were still living in the same house where William was employed as a gardeners labourer. Their son James was still living at home with them.

Agnes died in Essex in 1904.


Children of Charles & Mary Ann: grand children of Sarah & Johnson, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

JUDITH ISABELLA FREE 1856-????

Born in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire.

Baptised there on 31/08/1856.

Known as Bella by the family.

In 1861 Bella was living at Foxborough Cottage, Hoggs Hill, Dagenham, Essex with her parents and half sisters Eliza and Agnes and her siblings George and Thomas.

In 1871 Bella was working for the Bush family at Prospect Road, Walthamstow, Essex as a domestic servant. The 2 year old son was none other than George W Bush!

I belive (although I cannot yet find a marriage) that Judith married Henry Harding (b 1852 in Bisley, Surrey). This conclusion is drawn because in the 1881 census Henry has a wife named Isabella J. and in 1891 she is named as Judith I. In both censi she was born in Horseheath in the same time period.

Their children:

Henry George 1878
William Thomas 1888
Edith Isabella 1890
Walter 1895

In 1881 Isabella and Henry were living in Kennell Road, Bracknell, Berkshire with their son George. Henry was employed as a gardener.

In 1891 Judith and Henry were living at 13 Waterloo Road, Hillingdon, Middlesex with their children Henry, William and baby Edith. There was also a lodger named Thomas Henry Woolman. Henry was employed as a gardener domestic servant, as was his son Henry and the lodger.

In 1901 Isabella and Henry were living at 13 Becketts Terrace, West Hillingdon with their children George, William, Edith and Walter. Henry was employed as a gardener nursery.

Nothing else is currently known.


GEORGE WILLIAM FREE 25/05/1858-08/04/1929

Born in Chigwell, Essex.

In 1861 George was living at Foxborough Cottage, Hoggs Hill, Dagenham, Essex with his parents and half sisters Eliza and Agnes and his siblings Judith and Thomas.

I cannot find George in 1871.

In 1881 George was living at 5 Carlisle Road, Leyton Low with his parents and siblings William and Celia. He was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Jane Bide (b 24/03/1861 in Cambridge Heath, London) on 22/01/1883 in Leyton Parish Church.

Their children:

Cecilia 1885
Alice 1886
Emily 1887
George William1889
Nellie 1891
Elizabeth1894
William1895
Edith 1896
Minnie 1898
Thomas 1900
John 1906
Edward 1908

In 1891 George and Jane were living at 29 King Street in Walthamstow. He was working as a general labourer. Living with them were their children Cecilia, Alice, Emily, George and Charles.

In 1901 George and Jane were living at 2 Cooks Ferry Cottages in Edmonton. Middlesex with their children Cecilia, Alice, Emily, George, Charles, Lizzie, William, Edith, Minnie and Thomas. George was employed as a stationary engine stoker.

George died in the North Middlesex Hospital in London on 08/04/1929. He died of heart failure during an operation. An inquest was held and the verdict was misadventure.

Jane died in 1952.


THOMAS ALFRED FREE 1860-????

Born in Dagenham, Esex.

In 1861 Thomas was living at Foxborough Cottage, Hoggs Hill, Dagenham, Essex with his parents and half sisters Eliza and Agnes and his siblings Judith and Thomas.

Nothing else is currently known.


WILLIAM FREE 1864-????

Born in Walthamstow, London.

In 1881 William was living at 5 Carlisle Road, Leyton Low with his parents and siblings George and Celia. He was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Nothing else is currently known.


Child of Charles & Ann: grand child of Sarah & Johnson, great grandchildn of William & Ann, 2x great grand child of James & Dinah, 3x great grand child of John & Mary

CELIA FREE 1870-????

Born in Walthamstow, London.

In 1881 Celia was living at 5 Carlisle Road, Leyton Low with her parents and siblings George and William. She was a scholar.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Henry & Mary: grand children of Sarah & Johnson, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

ELIZA FREE 1857-????

Born in Barking, Essex.

In 1861 Eliza was living with her parents and sister Fanny in Wood Street, Walthamstow. Eliza was a scholar.

In 1871 Eliza was living with her parents and siblings William, Edward and Henry at 203 St Leonards Road, Bromley St Leonard, London.

Married George Foster (b 1850 in Limehouse, London) in Q4 1876 in Mile End.

Their children:

George 1882
Henry 1884
Alfred 1889
Jessie 1891
Eliza 1894

In 1881 Eliza was living at 77 Gil Street, Middlesex. George is not in the house with her.

In 1891 Eliza and George were living at 58 Church Row, Limehouse, London where George was employed as a boiler braker. Living with them were their children George, Henry and Alfred and Eliza's father Henry Free, her brothers Edward and Henry Free and a lodger named Frederick Cable. Frederick was a coal porter.

In 1901 Eliza and George were still living in the same house and George was a boiler maker. Living with them were their children George, Henry, Alfred, Jessie and Eliza. Eliza's father Henry still lived with them as did Emma Butler (described as niece) and a visitor by the name of Eliza Foster.

FANNY FREE 1858-????

Born in Barking, Essex.

In 1861 Fanny was living with her parents and sister Eliza in Wood Street, Walthamstow.

In 1871 Fanny was living at Village End, Horseheath, Cambridgeshire with her grandparents Sarah and John Free.

Married Joseph Sharp (b 1850 in Limehouse, London) in Q3 1878 in Mile End, London.

Their children:

Edward 1881
Elizabeth 1885
John 1888
Rose 1891
Henry 1893

In 1881 Fanny and Joseph were living at 1 Spratley Row, Poplar, London. Joseph was employed as a general labourer in an iron works.

In 1891 Fanny and Joseph were living at 18 Cottall Street in Poplar with their children Edward, Elizabeth and John. Joseph was working as a ship boiler and engine breaker.

In 1901 Fanny and Joseph were living at 71 Arcadia Street in Polpar with their children Edward, Elizabeth, John, Rose and Henry. They also had a lodger named Ann Larder who was a laundress.


WILLIAM FREE 1861-????

Born in Poplar, London.

In 1871 William was living with his parents and siblings Eliza, Edward and Henry at 203 St Leonards Road, Bromley St Leonard, London.

In 1881 William was living at 28 Lower Rich Street, Limehouse in London with his parents and siblings Edward, Henry, Julia and Sarah. He was employed as a bricklayers labourer.

Married Jessie ? (b 1865 in Poplar, London). I have checked the Free BMD and there is a marriage for a William Free to Esther Annie Turner in Poplar in Q4 1885, which may be the right one. I cannot find a William Free and a Jessie anywhere in the country.

Their children:

William 1882
Sarah 1884
Henry 1886
Alice 1888
Eliza 1890
John 1895
Edward 1898
Mark 1900

In 1891 William and Jessie were living at 17 Barchester Street Court in Bromley St Leonards with their children William, Sarah, Henry, Alice and Eliza. William was a labourer (brick).

In 1901 William and Jessie were living at 85 Brabagone (?) Street, Bromley St Gabriel, London where he was employed as a labourer in an iron works. The children living at home were Sarah, Henry, Alice, John, Edward and Mark. There was also a boarder named Ernest Henry.

EDWARD FREE 1863-????

Born in Poplar, London.

In 1871 Edward was living with his parents and siblings Eliza, William and Henry at 203 St Leonards Road, Bromley St Leonard, London.

In 1881 Edward was living at 28 Lower Rich Street, Limehouse in London with his parents and siblings William, Henry, Julia and Sarah. He was employed as a bricklayers labourer.

In 1891 Edward was living at 58 Church Row, Limehouse, London where he was employed as a carman. The house belonged to his sister Eliza and brother in law George Foster and their children. Also living there was Edward's brother Henry (blacksmith), their father Henry (carman) and a boarder named Frederick Cable (coal porter).

Nothing else is currently known.


HENRY ALLEN FREE 1866-1898

Born in Poplar, London.

In 1871 Henry was living with his parents and siblings Eliza, William and Edward at 203 St Leonards Road, Bromley St Leonard, London.

In 1881 Henry was living at 28 Lower Rich Street, Limehouse in London with his parents and siblings William, Edward, Julia and Sarah.

In 1891 Henry was living at 58 Church Row, Limehouse, London where he was employed as a blacksmith. He was living with his sister Eliza and brother in law George Foster, their children and his father Henry (carman) and brother Edward (carman).

Henry died in Q1 1898 in the Whitechapel reg district, London.


JULIA FREE 1870-????

Born in Poplar, London.

I cannot find Julia in 1871.

In 1881 Julia was living at 28 Lower Rich Street, Limehouse in London with her parents and siblings William, Edward, Henry, and Sarah.

Married Ben Kimsey (b 1866 in Chalfont St Peters, Buckinghamshire) in Q4 1888 in the Kensington reg district of London.It says Ben Kimrey on the Free BMD.

Their children:

William 1889
Walter 1892
Alice 1894

In 1891 Julia and Ben were living at 15 Victoria Place, Paddington, London with their son William. ben was employed as a baker.

In 1901 Julia and Ben were living at 111 Westbourne Park Road, Paddington with their children William, Walter and Alice. ben was working as a milk carrier.


SARAH CELIA FREE 1876-????

Born in Limehouse, London.

In 1881 Sarah was living at 28 Lower Rich Street, Limehouse in London with her parents and siblings William, Edward, Henry, and Julia.

In 1891 Sarah was employed as a general domestic servant at 65 Three Colt Street, Limehouse. This was the home of an Italian ice cream vendor by the name of Raffael Delponte.

Married Richard Alfred Adams (b 1875 in Millwall, London) in Q2 1898 in the Poplar reg district.

Their children:

Elizabeth 1899
Willima 1900

In 1901 Sarah and Richard were living at 6 Rugg Street, Limehouse with their children Elizabeth and William. Richard was employed as a coach porter.

Children of Isaac & Mary: grand children of Sarah & Johnson, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

JANE ELIZABETH FREE 1855-1877

Born in Bromley, Middlesex.

In 1861 Jane was living at 4 Bright Street, Bromley, Middlesex, with her parents and siblings John and Elizabeth. There was also a lodger named Francis Hammond (boiler makers labourer) living with them.

In 1871 Jane was living at 17 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonards with her parents and siblings John, Elizabeth, Alfred, Harry, William and George.

Jane died in Q3 1877 in the West Ham reg district.


JOHN THOMAS FREE 1857-????

Born in Bromley, Middlesex.

In 1861 John was living at 4 Bright Street, Bromley, Middlesex, with his parents and siblings Jane and Elizabeth. There was also a lodger named Francis Hammond (boiler makers labourer) living with them.

In 1871 John was living at 17 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonards with his parents and siblings Jane, Elizabeth, Alfred, Harry, William and George.

I cannot find John in 1881, although I have found a Thomas Frie (when the original image is viewed it says Free) living at 181 Brunswick Road, Bromley and working as an engine driver. With this Thomas is a wife named Ellen who was born in Goring, Oxfordshire around 1857. This sounds very much like the bride from the marriage below, apart from the christian name. Are the ladies one and the same and were she and Thomas 'living in sin' in 1881? Or have I and other peopel got the wrong marriage? I cannot find one for Thomas Free and Ellen ? - not, for that matter, between Thomas Frie and Ellen ?.

Married Lydia Mason (b 1856 in Goring, Oxfordshire) in Q2 1886 in the Croydon reg district.

Their child:

Mabel 1883

In 1891 John and Lydia were living at 6 Leicester Street, Runcorn in Cheshire with their daughter Mabel. John was employed as an engine fitter. They shared their home with 4 boarders, named Thomas King (engine drive public works), Steven Goodwin (skilled labourer), Thomas Jones (labourer) and John Sullivan (engine dr

In 1901 I cannot find John but Lydia (or Ellen as she is referred to in this census) was living at 75 Wood Lane, hammersmith, London with her daughter Mabel and a boarder named Kate Wray (clerk).


ELIZABETH SARAH FREE 1860-????

Born in Bromley, Middlesex.

In 1861 Elizabeth was living at 4 Bright Street, Bromley, Middlesex, with her parents and siblings Jane and John. There was also a lodger named Francis Hammond (boiler makers labourer) living with them.

In 1871 Elizabeth was living at 17 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonards with her parents and siblings Jane, John, Alfred, Harry, William and George.

In 1881 Elizabeth was possibly employed as a nurse (domestic) at 2 Darnley Road, St Johns, hackney, London. This was the home of William Penrose (manager at drapers) and his family.

Nothing else is currently known.


ALFRED FREE 1862-????

Born in Bromley, Middlesex.

In 1871 Alfred was living at 17 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonards, Middlesex with his parents and siblings Jane, John, Elizabeth, Harry, William and George.

I cannot find Alfred in 1881.

Married Celia ? (b 1870 in Walthamstow, London). I cannot find this marriage, but could Celia have been Alfred's cousin Celia Free?

Their children:

Alfred 1890
Herbert 1892

I cannot find the family in 1891 but, as Alfred was born in Argentina, they may well have been out of the country that night.

In 1901 Alfred and Celia were living at 144 Grundy Street, Bromley, London with their sons Alfred and Herbert. This dwelling was also known as The Prince of Wales Tavern and Alfred was employed as a beer seller in a pub. He had his own account and worked at home.


HARRY FREE 1865-????

Born in Bromley, Middlesex.

In 1871 Harry was living at 17 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonards, Middlesex with his parents and siblings Jane, John, Elizabeth, Alfred, William and George.

In 1881 Harry was living at 8 Carpenters Road, West Ham, Essex with his father, step mother and siblings George and Sidney. His step brother Robert Bradford also lived there. Harry was employed as a newsagents assistant.

I cannot find Harry in 1891.

Married Alice Hardy (b 1865 in Lambourne, Essex) in Q3 1892 in the Halstead reg district in Essex.

Their children:

Alice 1893
John 1895
Mabel 1896
Frank1898

In 1901 Harry and Alice were living at 108 Forty acre Lane, Canning Town, Essex where Harry was employed as a stationary engine driver. The children living with them were Alice, John, Mabel and Frank.


WILLIAM FREE 1868-????

Born in Bromley, Middlesex.

In 1871 William was living at 17 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonards, Middlesex with his parents and siblings Jane, John, Elizabeth, Alfred, Harry and George.

I cannot find William in 1881.

In 1891 William was employed as an officer and scholl master at the Industrial School and Home for Destitute Boys in Chelmsford.

Married Nellie Louisa Kevan (b 1872 in Chelmsford, Essex) in Q3 1892 in Chelmsford.

Their children:

Gladys 1893
William 1895
Sidney1897
Thomas

In 1901 William and Nellie were living at 8 Oregon Avenue, East Ham, Essex with their children Gladys, William, Sidney and Thomas. They also had a servant named Nellie Leader and a boarder named Robert Leader (who worked as a groom). William was still working as a schoolmaster.


GEORGE ISAAC FREE 1870-????

Born in Poplar, London.

In 1871 George was living at 17 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonards, Middlesex with his parents and siblings Jane, John, Elizabeth, Alfred, Harry and William.

In 1881 George was living at 8 Carpenters Road, West Ham, Essex with his father, step mother and siblings Harry and Sidney. His step brother Robert Bradford also lived there.

Married Annie Rebecca McDermid (b 1873 in Leeds, Yorkshire) in Q1 1891 in the West Ham reg district.

Their children:

George 1891
Annie 1896

In 1891 George and Annie were living at 7 Grove Crescent in Stratford West Ham. This was the home of Annie's partents and siblings Harry, Frances, Jane, Alexander and Rose. George was employed as an engineer (fitter).

In 1901 George and Annie were living with their children George and Annie at 49 Deanery Road, Stratford. George was employed as an engine fitter.


SIDNEY ALBERT FREE 1874-????

Born in Stratford, Essex.

In 1881 Sidney was living at 8 Carpenters Road, West Ham, Essex with his father, step mother and siblings Harry and George. His step brother Robert Bradford also lived there.

In 1891 Sidney living at 8 Mark Street, Stratford, West Ham with his parents, 2 boarders named Elizabeth Hazledine and Henry Beckmann and 2 lodgers named Walter Byatt and Englebert Menden. Sidney was employed as a cabinet makers assistant.

Married Edith Butler (b 1874 in Leytonstone, London ) in Q3 1897 in the Edmonton reg district.

Their children:

Edith 1898
Lilian 1899

In 1901 Sidney and Edith were living at 58 Farningford Road, Stratford, West Ham with their daughters Edith and Lilian. Sidney was employed as a steam engine maker.


ISAAC FREE 1877-1877

Born in Essex.

Died in Q3 1877 in the West Ham reg district.


Children of Marianne & Charles: grand children of Sarah & Johnson, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

JOHN EDWARD BATTERSBY 1860-????

Born in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

In 1871 John was living in Brightside Bierlow, Yorkshire with his parents and siblings Kate, Alice and Albert.

In 1881 John was living at 10 Alderson Road, Ecclesall Bierlow with his parents and siblings Alice, Albert, Florence and Frank. John was employed as a silversmith.

Married Frances Simmons.

Their children:

Ethel 1893
Frank 1901

In 1891 John and Frances were living at 77 Franklin Street, Ecclesall Bierlow. John's sister Catherine was living with them. Could this be Kate, as the birth details fit?

In 1901 John and Frances were still living in the same home and John was still doing the same job. Living with them were their children Ethel and Frank and their domestic servant Harriet Hall.


KATE BEATRICE BATTERSBY 1863-????

Born in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

In 1871 Kate was living in Brightside Bierlow, Yorkshire with her parents and siblings John, Alice and Albert. He was still working as a silversmith.

In 1881 Kate was working as a domestic servant for the Gainsford family at Whitley Wood Hall, Ecclesall Bierlow. Thomas Gainsford was Coal Master "Councillor Of The Borough Of Sheffield; Undergraduate of the University of London". He was also the managing director of a colliery company, employing 1025 men.

In 1891 Kate was living with her brother John and his wife Francis at 77 Franklin Street, Ecclesall Bierlow. She was going by the name Catherine.

In 1901 Kate was living at 38 and 36 Abbeydale Road Ecclesall Bierlow with her mother and brother Frank. She was employed as a postal clerk. Her mother was a shop keeper so maybe they lived in the post office, come general store, hence the address.

Nothing else is currently known.


ALICE ADELAIDE BATTERSBY 1866-????

Born in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

In 1871 Kate was living in Brightside Bierlow, Yorkshire with her parents and siblings John, Kate and Albert.

In 1881 Kate was living at 10 Alderson Road, Ecclesall Bierlow with her parents and siblings John, Albert, Florence and Frank. Alice was employed as a drapers assistant.

Married Ebenezer George Holland (b 1850 in Chester, Cheshire) in Q4 1887 in Ecclesall Bierlow.

Their children:

Charles 1888
Alice 1889
Gladys 1899

In 1891 Kate and George (as he was known) were living in Wellington Road, Newark, Nottinghamshire with their children Charles and Alice and a general servant named Emily Trafford. George was employed as a brewers clerk.

In 1901 Alice and Ebeneezer were living at 14 Wellington Road, Newark with their children Maria (Alice) and Gladys. Ebeneezer was still doing the same job.


ALBERT CHARLES BATTERSBY 1868-????

Born in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

In 1871 Albert was living in Brightside Bierlow, Yorkshire with his parents and siblings John, Kate and Albert.

In 1881 Albert was living at 10 Alderson Road, Ecclesall Bierlow with his parents and siblings John, Alice, Florence and Frank.

In 1891 Albert was living at 22 Mount Pleasant Road, Ecclesall Bierlow with his parents and siblings Florence and Frank. Albert was employed as a post office offical.

Married Ada Florence Woods (b 1872 in Haughley, Suffolk) in the Stow reg district, Suffolk in Q4 1895.

Their children:

Frank 1898
Charles 1900

In 1901 Albert and Ada were living at 170 Vincent Road, Ecclesall Bierlow with their sons Frank and Charles. Albert was employed as a post office sorting clerk.


FLORENCE MARY BATTERSBY 1872-????

Born in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

In 1881 Florence was living at 10 Alderson Road, Ecclesall Bierlow with her parents and siblings John, Alice, Albert and Frank.

In 1891 Florence was living at 22 Mount Pleasant Road, Ecclesall Bierlow with her parents and siblings Albert and Frank. Florence was employed as a drapers assistant.

Married Arthur Knight (b 1860 in Ashby Del La Zouche, Leicestershire) in Q3 1899 in Ecclesall Bierlow.

In 1901 Florence and Arthur were living at 170 Vincent Road, Ecclesall Bierlow with a boarder named Nellie Rabbitt. Arthur was employed as a drapers assistant.


FRANK MAURICE BATTERSBY 1876-????

Born in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

In 1881 Frank was living at 10 Alderson Road, Ecclesall Bierlow with his parents and siblings John, Alice, Albert and Florence.

In 1891 Frank was living at 22 Mount Pleasant Road, Ecclesall Bierlow with his parents and siblings Albert and Florence. Frank was employed as a post office offical.

in 1901 Frank was living at 38 and 36 Abbeydale Road Ecclesall Bierlow with his mother and sister Kate. He was employed as a postal clerk.

Married in Ecclesall Bierlow in Q3 1903 to either Maud Annie Davies or Alice French.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Alfred & Mary: grand children of Sarah & Johnson, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

SARAH JANE FREE 1873-????

Born in Newark, Nottinghamshire.

In 1881 Sarah was living with her parents and siblings John, Florence, Eliza and Henry in the Town Hall (Police Station) in Newark.

In 1891 Sarah was living at 4 Market Place, Newark with her parents and siblings John, Florence, Eliza, Harry and Margaret. Sarah was employed as a pupil teacher.

In 1901 Sarah was living iat 76 Bowbridge Road, Newark with her parents and siblings John, Florence, Eliza and Henry. She was a school teacher.

Married Richard Hill (b 1873 in Torquay, Devon) on 04/06/1903 in Newark. The witnesses at their wedding were Sarah's father Alfred, her sister Florence and a John Hill.


JOHN ALFRED FREE 1875-????

Born in Newark, Nottinghamshire.

In 1881 John was living with his parents and siblings Sarah, Florence, Eliza and Henry in the Town Hall (Police Station) in Newark.

In 1891 John was living at 4 Market Place, Newark with his parents and siblings Sarah, Florence, Eliza, Harry and Margaret. I cannot work out was John's occupation was.

In 1901 John was living at 76 Bowbridge Road, Newark with his parents and siblings Sarah, Florence, Eliza and Henry. He was a guilder with gold.


FLORENCE MARY FREE 1876-????

Born in Newark, Nottinghamshire.

In 1881 Florenece was living with her parents and siblings Sarah, John, Eliza and Henry in the Town Hall (Police Station) in Newark.

In 1891 Florence was living at 4 Market Place, Newark with her parents and siblings Sarah, John, Eliza, Harry and Margaret.

In 1901 Florence was living at 76 Bowbridge Road, Newark with her parents and siblings Sarah, John, Eliza and Henry. She was a school teacher.


ELIZA ELLEN FREE 1878-???

Born in Newark, Nottinghamshire.

In 1881 Eliza was living with her parents and siblings Sarah, John and Henry in the Town Hall (Police Station) in Newark.

In 1891 Eliza was living at 4 Market Place, Newark with her parents and siblings Sarah, John, Florence, Harry and Margaret.

In 1901 Eliza was living at 76 Bowbridge Road, Newark with her parents and siblings Sarah, John, Florence and Henry. She was a school teacher.

Married Albert Hodgson (b 1879) on 10/06/1905 in Newark. The witnesses were Ellen's father Alfred, sister Margaret, Sydney Hodgson (Albert's father) and Harold Hodgson (Albert's younger brother).


HENRY EDWARD FREE 1881-1953

Born in Newark, Nottinghamshire.

In 1881 Henry was living with his parents and siblings Sarah, Florence and Eliza in the Town Hall (Police Station) in Newark.

In 1891 Henry was living at 4 Market Place, Newark with his parents and siblings Sarah, John, Florence, Eliza and Margaret.

In 1901 Henry was living at 76 Bowbridge Road, Newark with his parents and siblings Sarah, John, Florence and Eliza. He was an ironmongers assistant.

Married Ellen Woodforth (b 1882 in Sutton-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire) at the North End Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Newark on 28/06/1882. This chapel was in Barnaby Gate, just a few blocks away from where Henry's aunt Judith and uncle Edward had lived. Henry was still employed in the same job. Ellen was married from 48 Alliance Street and Henry from 76 Bowbridge Road, Newark. The witnesses were Thomas Cooke & Esther E Woodforth (Ellen's older sister).

Their child:

Margaret 1904

On December 31st 1913, Henry was living at 1 North Gate, Newark and he was the informant of his mother's death.


MARGARET ALICE FREE 1885-????

Born in Newark, Nottinghamshire.

In 1891 Florence was living at 4 Market Place, Newark with her parents and siblings Sarah, John, Florence, Eliza and Harry.

In 1901 Margaret was living at 76 Bowbridge Road, Newark with her parents and siblings Sarah, John, Florence, Eliza and Henry. She was employed as a pupil teacher.

Married Alfred Nowill Atkinson on 29/07/1912 in Newark Parish Church.The witnesses at the wedding were her father Alfred, sister Florence and Fanny Senior.


Children of John & Eliza: grand children of Sarah & Johnson, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

ELLEN FREE 1864-????

Born in Bromley, Middlesex.

In 1871 Ellen was living with her parents and siblings Eliza and Charles at 21 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonards, London.

In 1881 Ellen was living at 17 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonard with her parents and siblings Eliza, Charles, Pauline and Emma. She was employed as a milliner.

Nothing else is currently known.


ELIZA FREE 1867-????

Born in Bromley, Middlesex.

In 1871 Eliza was living with her parents and siblings Ellen and Charles at 21 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonards, London.

In 1881 Eliza was living at 17 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonard with her parents and siblings Ellen, Charles, Pauline and Emma. She was employed as a dressmaker.

In 1891 Eliza was employed as a housemaid by the Gilby family at 1 Park Crescent, Marylebone, London. Henry Gilbey was a wine merchant.

In 1901 Eliza was employed as a domestic housemaid in the home of the Budgett family in Stoke Road, Stoke Park, Stoke next Guilford, Surrey.

Nothing else is currently known.


CHARLES FREE 1869-????

Born in Bromley, Middlesex.

In 1871 Charles was living with his parents and siblings Ellen and Eliza at 21 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonards, London.

In 1881 Charles was living at 17 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonard with his parents and siblings Ellen, Eliza, Pauline and Emma.

Nothing else is currently known.


PAULINE FREE 1871-????

Born in Bromley, Middlesex.

In 1881 Pauline was living at 17 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonard with her parents and siblings Ellen, Eliza, Charles and Emma.

In 1891 Pauline was employed as a housemaid for the Croxford family at The Gables, Wing Road, Linslade, Buckinghamshire.

Married Edward Croxford (b 1868 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire) in Q4 1893 in the Kensington district of London.

Their children:

Lena 1895
Murial 1898

In 1901 Pauline and Edward were living at 16 Elswick Road, Lewisham, London with their daughters Lena and Muriel. Edward was employed as a telegraph clerk.


EMMA FREE 1873-????

Born in Bromley, Middlesex.

In 1881 Ellen was living at 17 Bright Street, Bromley St Leonard with her parents and siblings Ellen, Eliza, Charles and Pauline.

I cannot find Emma in 1891.

Married Thomas John Sanderson (b 1872 in St George, London) in Q3 1897 in the Poplar reg district.

Their child:

Ethel 1899

In 1901 Emma and Thomas were living at 66 Tudor Road, Upton Park, West Ham with their daughter Ethel. Thomas was employed as a stationers shop assistant.


Children of Celia & John: grand children of Sarah & Johnson, great grandchildren of William & Ann, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

EMILY FREE STEVENS 1875-????

Born in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

In 1881 Emily was living with her parents at 21 Horner Road, Ecclesall Bierlow, in Sheffield. Her grandmother Sarah Mynott was also living with them.

In 1891 Emily was living at 107 Sharrow Street, in Ecclesall Bierlow with her parents and siblings Judith, Winifred and John. Emily was employed as a milliners assistant.

Married Walter Brownhill (b 1869 in Sheffield) on 11/08/1900 at St Barnabus Church in Ecclesall Bierlow. Emily was married from 107 Sharrow Street and the witnesses at the wedding were John Free (her uncle ?) Harry Brownhill (the groom's younger brother), Winnie Stevens (her younger sister) and Mina Stevens.

I cannot find Emily and Walter in 1901.


JUDITH MYNOTT STEVENS 1881-????

Born in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

In 1891 Judith was living at 107 Sharrow Street, in Ecclesall Bierlow with her parents and siblings Emily, Winifred and John.

In 1901 Judith was still living in the same house with her parents and siblings Winifred and John. Judith was a dressmaker, working on her own account.

Married Harry French (b 1878 in Hanley, Staffordshire) on 08/07/1903 at St Barnabus Church in Ecclesall Bierlow. Judith was married from her home at 107 Sharrow Street and the register was signed by John Stevens (her father) and Alice French(the groom's sister).


WINIFRED WINGLE STEVENS 1883-????

Born in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

In 1891 Winifred was living at 107 Sharrow Street, in Ecclesall Bierlow with her parents and siblings Emily, Judith and John.

In 1901 Winifred was still living in the same house with her parents and siblings Judith and John. Winifred was employed as a milliners assistant.

Married Edgar Maidment (b 1880) on 12/09/1906 at St Barnabus Church in Ecclesall Bierlow. Winifred was living at 127 South View Road, Ecclesall Bierlow when she married. The witnesses at her wedding were John Stevens (her brother), Daniel Maidment (her father in law) and Daisy Ethel Maidment (the groom's younger sister).


JOHN HAROLD STEVENS 1885-????

Born in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

In 1891 John was living at 107 Sharrow Street, in Ecclesall Bierlow with his parents and siblings Emily, Judith and Winifred.

In 1901 Judith was still living in the same house with her parents and siblings Judith and Winifred. John was employed as an architects assistant.

Married Ethel Ellen Bentley at St Barnabus Church in Ecclesall Bierlow on 07/09/1910. John was by now an architectual draughtsman and living at 65 Thirlwell Road. The witnesses at his wedding were James John Price and Edith Constance Wright.


Child of John & Mary: grand child of James & Mary, great grandchild of Thomas & Catherine, 2x great grand child of James & Dinah, 3x great grand child of John & Mary

ANNE MYNOTT 1857-????

Born in Kedington, Suffolk.

In 1861 Anne was living in the High Street, West Wickham with her parents.

Nothing else is currently known.


Children of Henry & Caroline: grand children of James & Mary, great grandchildren of Thomas & Catherine, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

ELISA MYNOTT 1862-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Elisa was living at Wood Hall Cottages, Balsham in Cambridgeshire with her parents and sisters Laura and Harriet.

In 1881 Elisa (spelt with a Z) was employed as a general servant domestic at Streatham Common, Southcote, Streatham, London. This was the home of Amelia Burwash (dividends from America).

Nothing else is currently known.


LAURA MYNOTT 1865-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Laura was living at Wood Hall Cottages, Balsham in Cambridgeshire with her parents and sisters Elisa and Harriet.

In 1881 Laura was living with her parents and sisters Harriet and Alice in the Cottage, Bakers Lane, Streatham, London. She was an unemployed nurse.

I cannot find Laura in 1891.

In 1901 Laura was emloyed as a nurse, domestic at 12 Howard Square, Eastbourne, Sussex. This was the home of Thomas B Gabriel(timber merchant, employer) and his family.

Nothing else is currently known.


HARRIET MYNOTT 1868-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Harriet was living at Wood Hall Cottages, Balsham in Cambridgeshire with her parents and sisters Elisa and Laura.

In 1881 Harriet was living with her parents and sisters Laura and Alice in the Cottage, Bakers Lane, Streatham, London.

Nothing else is currently known.


ALICE MYNOTT 1872-????

Born in Balsham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Laura was living with her parents and sisters Laura and Harriet in the Cottage, Bakers Lane, Streatham, London.

In 1891 Alice was employed as a domestic servant at 1 Arundel Road, Islington, London. This was the home of widow Harriett Bell (living off own means) and his children.

In 1901 Alice was employed as a housemaid at Belair Lodge, Camberwell, Dulwich, Lonndon. This was the home of Evan Spicer (wholesale stationer, employer) and his family.

Nothing else is currently known.


Child of Catherine: grand child of James & Mary, great grandchild of Thomas & Catherine, 2x great grand child of James & Dinah, 3x great grand child of John & Mary

EMMA MYNOTT 19/06/1855-16/07/1949

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Emma was witrh her grandparents James and Mary Mynott in the High Street, West Wickham. Also living in the house were her uncles Henry, Thomas, James and Jonathon and Emma's cousin Richard (son of her mother's sister Amelia).

In 1871 Emma was employed as a general servant, domestic in the grocers shop, the High Street, West Wickham. This was the home of William Carter (carpenter and grocer) and his family.

Married George Henry Page (b 05/11/1855 in West Wickham) in 1877. George was the son of John Page and Elizabeth Dickerson and her cousin.

Their children:

Annie Rebecca 1878
John 1881
William George 1883
Selina Mary 1886
Thomas Henry 1888
Edward 1891
Sophia 1893
Florrie 1895
Eliza 1898

In 1881 Emma and George were living in West Wickham with their children Annie and John. John was just 3 days old and not yet named on the day of the census. George was employed as as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 Emma and George were still living in West Wickham with their children William, Selina, Thomas and baby Edward. George was employed as as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Emma and George were living near the White Hart in West Wickham with their children John, William, Thomas, Edward, Sophia, Florrie and Eliza. Also there that day was their 69 year old cousin Sarah Page (illegitamate daughter of Ann Page). George was employed as as an agricultural labourer.

Emma died on 16/07/1949 in West Wickham,


Children of Catherine & Charles: grand children of James & Mary, great grandchildren of Thomas & Catherine, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

HARRY MYNOTT 1860-1945

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1861 Harry was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his parents. His paternal grandparents, parents William and Ann Mynott and his aunt Judith lived next door.

In 1871 Harry was living 5 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings George, Amos, Alice and William.

In 1881 Harry was living in the same place with his parents and siblings George, Amos, William, Mary, Dinah, Martha and David. Harry was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Emily Loveday (b 1869 in Little Wratting, Cambridgeshire) in West Wickham on 04/04/1885. The witnesses at their wedding were Amos and Alice Mynott (possibly Harry's brother and sister).

Their children:

George 1887
Arthur 1892
Charles1897

In 1891 Harry and Emily were living at Water Lane Cottage, Great Bradley, Suffolk with their son George. Harry was employed as a shepherd.

In 1901 Harry and Emily were living in Fane Street, Weston, Hertfordshire with their children George, Arthur, and Charles. Harry was still working as a shepherd.

Harry died in the Hitchin reg district, Hertfordshire in 1945.


GEORGE MYNOTT 1862-1955

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 George was living 5 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Harry, Amos, Alice and William.

In 1881 George was living in the same place with his parents and siblings Harry, Amos, William, Mary, Dinah, Martha and David. George was employed as an agricultural labourer.

I cannot find George in 1891.

Married Phoebe Ann Free (b 1864 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire) in West Wickham in Q2 1895.

Their children:

Walter Free 1895
Elsie 1896
Ada1898
Rose1900

In 1901 George and Phoebe were living in Rectory Lane, Radwell, Hertfordshire with their children Walter, Elsie, Ada and baby Rose. George wa employed as an agricultural labourer.

Phoebe died in the Hitchin reg district, Hertfordshire in Q4 1901.

George died in 1955 in the Hitchin reg district .


AMOS MYNOTT 1864-1939

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Amos was living 5 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Harry, George, Alice and William.

In 1881 Amos was living in the same place with his parents and siblings Harry, George, William, Mary, Dinah, Martha and David. Amos was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Ada Gault (b 1869 in West Wickham) in Q4 1889 in the Linton reg district.

Their children:

Claude 1889
Bertie 1893
Eva1895
Jack1899
In 1891 Amos and Ada were living at Pear Farm, Hildersham, Cambridgeshire with their son Claude. His sister Martha was also there that day. Amos was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Amos and Ada were living in Lowes Street, Thriplow, Cambridgeshire with their children Claude, Bert, Eva and Jack. Amos was employed as a foreman on a farm.

Amos died in 1939 in the Hitchin reg district, Hertfordshire.


ALICE MYNOTT 1867-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 Alice was living 5 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Harry, George, Amos and William.

In 1881 Alice was employed as a general servant at Grange Farm, Little Abington, Cambridgeshire. This was the home of Albert J Bolton (Farmer of 492 Acres Employing 12 Men and 6 Boys) and his family.

Married Simon Loveday (b 1862 in Little Wratting, Cambridgeshire) on 21/11/1885 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire. The witnesses at their wedding were Amos Mynott (possibly brother) and Fanny Free (cousin).

Their children:

Ellen 1886
William 1889
Harry
Florrie1896

In 1891 Alice and Simon were living in West Wickham with their children Ellen and William. Simon was employed as an an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 Alice and Simon were living in Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire with their children Ellen. William, Harry and Florrie. Simon was employed as a horsekeeper on a farm.

WILLIAM MYNOTT 1869-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1871 William was living 5 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Harry, George, Amos and Alice.

In 1881 William was living in the same place with his parents and siblings Harry, George, Amos, Mary, Dinah, Martha and David. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1891 William was living in the same place with his parents and siblings Mary and David. William was employed as an agricultural labourer.

There is a possible candidate for William living at 12 Albany Road, Newington, London. This William was employed as a groom .

Nothing else is currently known.


MARY MYNOTT 1871-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Mary was living in the same place with her parents and siblings Harry, George, Amos, William, Mary Dinah, Martha and David.

In 1891 Mary was living in the same place with her parents and siblings William and David.

Married William Wilson (b 1869 in Trumpington, Cambridgeshire) in Q4 1894.

Their children:

William 1895
Ellen 1897
Henry1899

In 1901 Mary and William were living at 70 Cambridge Place, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge with their children William, Ellen and Henry. William was employed as a general labourer.


DIANA MYNOTT 1874-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Dinah was living in the same place with her parents and siblings Harry, George, Amos, William, Mary, Martha and David.

Married Alfred Rookes (b 1878 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk) in Q4 1896 in Cambridge.

Their children:

Alfred 1897
Arthur 1899
Emily1900

In 1901 Dinah and Alfred were living at 6 Shakespears Cottages, Newmarket Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge with their children Alfred, Arthur and Emily. Alfred was employed as a fish hawker. I bet he smelt nice when he came home from work each day!


MARTHA MYNOTT 1876-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 Martha was living in the same place with her parents and siblings Harry, George, Amos, William, Mary, Dinah and David.

In 1891 Martha was at the home of her brother Amos and hos family at at Pear Farm, Hildersham, Cambridgeshire.

Married John Matlock (b 1873 in Stapleford, Cambridgeshire) in Q2 1898 in the Chesterton reg district.

Their child:

John 1898

In 1901 Martha and John were living in Church Street, Stapleford, Cambridgeshire with their son John. John was employed as a horsekeeper on a far. Living next door was Charles and Sarah Matlock and 3 children, John's parents and siblings.


DAVID MYNOTT 1879-1964

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

In 1881 David was living in the same place with his parents and siblings Harry, George, Amos, William, Mary, Dinah and Martha.

In 1891 David was living in the same place with his parents and siblings William and Mary. David was employed as an agricultural labourer.

In 1901 David was still living with his parents in West Wickham. He was working as an agricultural labourer.

Married Alice Pearson (b 1881 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire) in Horseheath on 23/11/1901. The witnesses at the wedding were James Pearson and Emma Stinton. The banns were read on 17/11/1901.

Their children:

William Charles 1902
Mary Ellen 1904

David also married Martha Pearson (b abt 1880) in 1926 in the Linton reg district.

David died in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire on 12/05/1964.

Martha died on 25/02/1976 in West Wickham.


Children of Thomas & Lucy: grand children of James & Mary, great grandchildren of Thomas & Catherine, 2x great grand children of James & Dinah, 3x great grand children of John & Mary

ALFRED THOMAS MYNOTT 28/03/1873-1960

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 11/05/1873.

In 1881 Alfred was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Emily, Robina and Allen. Thomas was still in the same job. They

In 1891 Alfred was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings Robina, Allen, Walter, Ernest, Tyrell and Russell. Alfred was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Florence Springate (b 1873 in New Brompton, Kent) in Q3 1898 in the Medway reg district.

Their child:

Maud F 1900

In 1901 Alfred and Florence were living at 23 Portland Terrace, Marylebone, London with their daughter Maude. Alfred was employed as a Metropolitan Police Constable.

Florence died in Q4 1918 in the Marylebone reg district.

Alfred then married Violet Bessie L Tremain (b 19/12/1892) in London in 1921.

Alfred died in Hastings, Sussex in 1960.

Violet died in 1975 in Sussex.


EMILY KEZIA MYNOTT 29/03/1875-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 20/06/1875.

In 1881 Emily was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Alfred, Robina and Allen.They also had a visitor that day by the name of Mercy E Osborne who was a nursehousemaid,

In 1891 Emily was employead as a housemaid, domestic servant at 2 Queens Street (Swan House), Haverhiull, Essex. This was the home of John Bigmore (accountanta and his wife).

Married Sidney Herbert Bustard (b 1874 in London) in the Marylebone reg district in Q4 1898.

In 1901 Emily and Sidney were living at 65 Canterbury Terrace, Paddington London. Sidney was employed as a printer (I think, there is a thick line drawn through the word) (stock keeper).


ROBINA DIANA MYNOTT 29/03/1877-1968

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 13/05/1877.

In 1881 Robina was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with her parents and siblings Alfred, Emily and Allen.They also had a visitor that day by the name of Mercy E Osborne who was a nursemaid.

In 1891 Robina was living in West Wickham with her parents and siblings Alfred, Allen, Walter, Ernest, Tyrell and Russell.

I cannot find Robina in 1901.

Married Sidney John Barker (b 1881 in Elvedon, Suffolk) on 04/08/1906 in St Andrews Church in West Wickham. The witnesses at their wedding were Allan James Mynott and Emily Keziah Bustard (Robina's brother and sister).

Their children:

Vera 1908
John 1909
Tyrell 1913

Robina died in Kingsbury, London in 1968.

ALLEN JAMES MYNOTT 1879-1958

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 24/08/1879.

In 1881 Allen was living in West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his parents and siblings Alfred, Emily and Robina. They also had a visitor that day by the name of Mercy E Osborne who was a nurse maid.

In 1891 Allen was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings Alfred, Robina, Walter, Ernest, Tyrell and Russell.

In 1901 Allen was head of the house at Horseheath Lodge (shared by 2 other heads, so obviously the lodge was split up) in Horseheath. Allen was employed as adomestic groom.

Married Kate Stinton (b 1879 in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire) on 09/11/1901 in Horseheath. The witnesses at their wedding were John Knight and Anna Knight.

Their children:

Dorothy Esther 1902
Cecily Winifred 1905
Phyllis Lucy1914

Kate died in 1953 in Grange, Lancaster.

Allan died in 1958 in Burnley, Lancashire.


WALTER HENRY MYNOTT 28/02/1882-1970

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 30/04/1882.

In 1891 Walter was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings Alfred, Robina, Allen, Ernest, Tyrell and Russell.

In 1901 Walter was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his widowed mother and siblings Ernest, Tyrell, Tom and Russel along with his half sibling George. Walter was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Selina Mary Page (b 1886 in West Wickham) in St Mary, West Wickham on 18/04/1908. Selina was his cousin and the son of George Page and Emma Mynott. The witnesses at their wedding were George Page (Selina's father) and Robina Diana Barker (Walter's sister).

Their child:

Walter Howard W 05/06/1913

Walter died in 1970 in Cambridgeshire.


ERNEST ROBERT MYNOTT 10/08/1884-1970

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 12/10/1884.

In 1891 Ernest was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings Alfred, Robina, Allen, Walter, Tyrell and Russell.

In 1901 Ernest was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his widowed mother and siblings Walter, Tyrell, Tom and Russel along with his half sibling George. Ernestr was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Married Rose Bradman (b 22/08/1886 in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire) in West Wickham on 12/03/1910. The witnesses at their wedding were Frederick Charles Bradnam and Jennie Hayward.

Ernest died in 1970 in Cambridgeshire.


TYRELL JOHN MYNOTT 16/10/1886-1979

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 05/12/1886.

In 1891 Tyrell was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings Alfred, Robina, Allen, Walter, Ernest and Russell.

In 1901 Tyrell was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his widowed mother and siblings Walter, Ernest, Tom and Russel along with his half sibling George. Tyrell was employed as an agricultural labourer.

Died in Wareham in 1979.


TOM ALBERT MYNOTT 15/09/1888-27/05/1979

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 04/11/1888.

In 1891 Russell was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings Alfred, Robina, Allen, Walter, Ernest and Tyrell.

In 1901 Tom was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his widowed mother and siblings Walter, Ernest, Tyrell and Russell along with his half sibling George.

Married Florence Drake (b abt 1890) in St Mary's Church, Shudy Camps on 05/02/1916. The witnesses at their wedding were George Mynott and Gertrude Drake.

Their child:

Gertrude Lilian 28/06/1917
Nancy Caroline19/02/1920
Barbara Heather25/06/1921
Mabel1925

Tom died in 1979 in Ely, Cambridgeshire.


RUSSELL WILLIAM MYNOTT 07/05/1890-1976

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire.

Christened there on 22/06/1890.

In 1891 Russell was living in West Wickham with his parents and siblings Alfred, Robina, Allen, Walter, Ernest and Tyrell.

In 1901 Russell was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his widowed mother and siblings Walter, Ernest, Tyrell and Tom along with his half sibling George.

Married Winifred G Bowman (b 1897) in 1939 in the Battle reg district.

Winifred died in Wiltshire in 1962.

Russell died in Chippenham, Wiltshire in 1976.


GEORGE EDWARD MYNOTT 19/03/1894-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire. I do not know who George's father was but it was not Thomas Mynott, as he had been dead 2 years before George's birth.

Christened there on 25/03/1895, privately.

In 1901 George was living in the High Street, West Wickham with his widowed mother and half siblings Walter, Ernest, Tyrell, Tom and Russell.

Child of Amelia: grand child of James & Mary, great grandchild of Thomas & Catherine, 2x great grand child of James & Dinah, 3x great grand child of John & Mary

RICHARD MYNOTT 1859-????

Born in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire. Richard was illegitamte.

In 1861 Richard was living in West Wickham with his maternal grandparents James and Mary Mynott, his uncles Henry, Thomas, James and Jonathon and his cousin Emma (daughter of Catherine Mynott, his mother's sister).

In 1871 Richard was living at 11 West Wickham Street, West Wickham with his grandparents and uncles Thomas, James and Jonathon.

In 1881 Richard was still living in the same house with his grandparents. Richard was employed as an agricultural labourer.

I cannot find Richard in 1891.

Married Mercy Emma Osborne (b 05/12/1859 in Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire) on 30/10/1891 in Shudy Camps.

Their children:

Frederick 1883
Margaret 1884
Charles 1886
Kate 1888
Herbert 1890
Thomas 1892
Elsie 1894
Dora 1896
Millie 1897
Florrie 1900

In 1901 Richard and Mercy were living at Catley Park, Linton, Cambridgeshire with their children Frederick, Charles, Kate, Herbert, Thomas, Elsie, Dora, Millie and Florrie. Richard was employed as a horsekeeper on a farm

Mercy died in Q4 1907 in the Linton reg dist