Descendants of Thomas BLIZARD



First Generation



1. Thomas BLIZARD, son of Richard BLIZARD and Hannah (Mrs Richard) BLIZARD, was born c1700 and died in 1747 at age 47.

Research Notes:
I Thomas BLIZARD of Moreton in Marsh in the County of Gloucester Victualler being of sound mind
and understanding do make and publish my last will and Testament as follows First I give and devise unto William WARD of Moreton in Marsh aforesaid Clerk and John MAYO of Moreton in Marsh aforesaid carpenter and all and every my dwellings cottages land tenements and other hereditaments estates and being in Moreton in Marsh and in Stretton on Foss in the county of Warwick and all and every of their appurtenances and all my right estate with interest thereon and thereto to hold to the said William WARD and John MAYO their heirs and assigns for ever for Trust that they they said William WARD and John MAYO and the survivor of them and the heirs and assigns and whichever survivor do and shall permit and suffer DOROTHY my wife to hold and enjoy the same premises and to have receive and take the rents issues and profits thereof to her own use and benefit until my son RICHARD BLIZARD shall have attained the age of three and twenty years if she my said wife shall so long live and from and immediately after the day after the death of my said wife and as son RICHARD BLIZARD shall have attained his age of three and twenty years which shall first happen then and in trust and to and for the use and behoof of my said son RICHARD BLIZARD his heirs and assigns for ever subject to this proviso or definition under mentioned to wit provided always and my mind and will is and I do hereby declare that if my said son RICHARD BLIZARD shall happen to marry without the consent and approbation of the said William WARD and John MAYO in writing and under their hand and seals or their hands and seal of the survivor of them first had and obtained that then and immediately upon such marriage without such consent and approbation as aforesaid the limitation of the use of my lands in Stretton on the Foss as to my said son shall cease and instead there I direct and appoint that the said William WARD and John MAYO and the survivor of them and their heirs and assigns of such survivor shall stand and be seized of all my said lands and tenements in Stretton on the Foss aforesaid In trust to and for the use and behoof of my daughters ELIZABETH SMITH (our nx grandmother) and MARY BLIZARD their heirs and assigns for ever Item I give to my said wife to beds with the curtains and blankets and other things to them belonging for pair of sheets and a pewter dish such as she shall make choice of them to give to my said wife the use of my plate and all other my goods stock and furniture of which nature kind or quality soever except what I have bequeathed to my said wife as aforesaid until my said son RICHARD BLIZARD shall attain his age of three and twenty years if she my said wife shall so long live and from the death of my said wife as soon as my said son shall have attained his age of three and twenty years which shall first happen I give the same plate household goods stock and furniture to my said son RICHARD BLIZARD provided always and my will and mind is that my said wife and daughters here before named or some other person in their behalfs shall with as much convenient speed as may be after my decease cause a schedule or inventory to be hand and made of the said plate household goods and furniture and that she my said wife shall give her own bond to my said Trustees of the penalty of double the value of the said plate household goods and furniture conditioned for the delivery of same of the same to my said son his executors or administrators in all upon the death of my said wife as so soon as my said son shall attended his full age of three and twenty years which shall first happen and in as good plight and condition as she my said wife shall receive the same wear and extraordinary accidents unavoidable only excepted

Item I give and bequeath to the said William WARD and John MAYO the sum of three hundred and eighty pounds to be paid to them by me Executors herein after named out of the moneys due to me in securities within one month next after my decease in Trust that the said William WARD and John MAYO and the Survivor of them and the Executors or Administrators of such survivors do and shall place the same out on securities and pay the interest of the same to my said wife for and during the term of her life and after her death pay the said principal sum as follows to wit one hundred pounds part there to my said son one hundred and forty pounds other part thereof to my daughter ELIZABETH SMITH and one hundred and forty pounds residue thereof to my daughter MARY BLIZARD or their several legal representatives

Item I give to my said daughter ELIZABETH SMITH the sum of thirty pounds to be paid by my executrix within six months next after my decease

Item I give to the poor of MORETON in Marsh aforesaid one guinea to be paid by my said executrix with six days next after my decease and distributed by my said trustees as they shall think proper

Item I give and bequeath to the said William WARD and John MAYO the further sum of three hundred and eighty pounds to be paid to them by me said executrix out of the money due to me on securities within one month next after my decease in trust that they the said William WARD and John MAYO and the survivor of them and the executors or heirs of such survivor do and shall place the same out on securities and the interest there to my said daughter MARY BLIZARD for and during the term of her natural life or until she shall marry which hall first happen and in case my said daughter Mary shall marry with the consent and approbation of the Said William WARD and John MAYO in writing under their hands and seals or under the hand and seal of the survivor of them first had and obtained then in trust to pay the said sum of three hundred and eighty pounds to my said daughter Mary but in case my said daughter MARY shall happen to marry without such consent and approbation as aforesaid then I direct and will that the said last mentioned sub of three hundred and eighty pounds shall be paid as follows to with two hundred pounds part thereof to my said daughter Mary and one hundred and eighty pounds residue thereof to my son RICHARD and daughter ELIZABETH SMITH to be equally divided between them and in case my said daughter MARY happens to die unmarried then the said whole three hundred and eighty pounds to be equally divided between my said son RICHARD and my daughter ELIZABETH SMITH or their legal representatives and I do hereby will and direct that my said wife shall out of the rents and profits of my said messuages cottages lands and other hereditaments allow to and provide for my said son RICHARD cloaths of all kinds sufficient for a person of his rank until he shall attain his age of three and twenty years provided always and my will and mind further is and I do hereby direct that in case the moneys due to me and other my personal estate exclusive of my of my plant household goods and furniture be not sufficient to pay all the legatees herein before bequeathed that then each such legatee shall rebate a proportionable share of his her and their legacy and legacies provided and my will and mind likewise and I hereby declare that my said trustees either of them shall not be charged or chargeable with or for any part of the said moneys and further or otherwise than only for such part and so much thereof as shall come to his and their respective hand and disposal nor for the interests receipts or disbursements of each other and that they or either of them shall not be charged or chargeable with or accountable for any part of the said trust money that shell be lost by failure of securities and that they and each of them shell out of the said trust moneys be indemnified and paid all charges expenses and damages which they or either of them shall pay expend or sustain in the execution of the trust here in them reposed or any ways relating thereto.

Item All the rest and residue of my personal estate not herein before bequeathed subject to the payment of my debts an funeral expenses I give to my said wife and I do hereby nominate and appoint my said wife sole Executrix of this my will in witness whereof I have to his my last will and testament contained on three sheets of paper to the two first thereof put my hand and to the third or last my hand and seal this seventeenth day of July of the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty seven. THOMAS BLIZARD signed sealed published and declared by the said testator as and or his last will and testament in the presence of us who in the presence and at the request of the said testator have subscribed our names as to witnesses hereunto and in the presence each of the other Char TRISHAM, John HANDY Richard JARVIS.

This will was proved at London before the Right Honourable John Bettesworth Doctor of Laws, Master Keeper or commissar of the prerogative court of Canterbury lawfully constituted on the nineteenth day of October in the year of our Lord One thousand seventeen hundred and forty seven by the oath of DOROTHY BLIZARD wide the relict of the deceased and sole Executrix name in the said will to whom administrations was granted of all and singular the goods chattels and credits of the said deceased being first sworn by commission duly to administer.

Thomas married Dorothy Mrs Thomas BLIZARD. Dorothy was born circa 1700 and died after 1747.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 2 F    i. Elizabeth BLIZARD was born Est 1730 in Moreton-In-Marsh.

Elizabeth married William SMITH.

+ 3 F    ii. Mary BLIZARD was born 12 Nov 1726 in Moreton-In-Marsh.

+ 4 M    iii. Richard BLIZARD was born 22 Nov 1728 in Moreton-In-Marsh.

+ 5 M    iv. Thomas BLIZARD was born 7 Apr 1735 in Moreton-In-Marsh and died after 1747.

Second Generation (Children)


2. Elizabeth BLIZARD (Thomas1) was born Est 1730 in Moreton-In-Marsh.

General Notes: Daughter of the Innkeeper at Moreton-in-Marsh

Research Notes: p125 v3 Holdens 1811 has a J Blizard running the Half Moon Taven & Coffee
house Gracechurch St, LND. On P 119 under London Hospital Whitechapel Rd,
Sir W Blizard, Knt F.R & AS, Thos Blizard,FRS. Sir W Blizard also on P 118
(Widow & orphans of Medical men) Thos also listed in Royal college of Surgeons, America Sq


Margaret SMITH
Sex: F


Event(s):
Christening: 27 Dec 1751
Broadway, Worcester, England


Parents:
Father: William SMITH
Mother: Ann

Source Information:

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Eliz BLIZERD
Sex: F


Event(s):
Christening: 23 Dec 1726
Stow On The Wold, Gloucester, England


Parents:
Father: Richd BLIZERD
Mother:

Source Information:

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C0318521610-18120427782 Film6911809 Film
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3Aug1814ElizabethBLIZARD69GloucsBlockley, St Peter & St Paul
23Aug1817JaneBLIZARD86GloucsStow on the Wold, St Edward KC
7Sep1819JohnBLIZARD2mGloucsStow on the Wold, St Edward KC
24Mar1823RichardBLIZARD9mGloucsStow on the Wold, St Edward KC
5May1815RobertBLIZARD54GloucsStow on the Wold, St Edward KC
5Apr1825RobertBLIZARD1+GloucsStow on the Wold, St Edward KC
31Oct1813ThomasBLIZARD6mGloucsStow on the Wold, St Edward KC
4Jul1824HenryBLIZARD?11mGloucsDrybrook, Holy Trinity
20Mar1814AnnBLIZZARD20GloucsChurchdown, St Bartholomew
15Feb1815CharlesBLIZZARD48GloucsChurchdown, St Bartholomew
23Feb1813GeorgeBLIZZARD11GloucsChurchdown, St Bartholomew
7Jul1816SarahBLIZZARD7mGloucsCirencester, St John the Baptist
22Apr1817SophiaBLIZZARD5mGloucsCirencester, St John the Baptist
16Mar1817ThomasBLIZZARD66GloucsChurchdown, St Bartholomew
22Mar1818WilliamBLIZZARD30GloucsCirencester, St John the Baptist


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Names from the Account Books of Thomas Smith, Ireley Farm,
Hailes, Gloucestershire; 1865 - 1871
Glos. R.O. D2163/2
edited by Celia Miller for Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society,
published by Alan Sutton, 1985
This information has been compiled exclusively by John Fox from the above source.

APPENDIX A
Supply and Demand
Many individuals are mentioned by name in the Ireley Farm Account Book (Glos. R.O. D2163/2) but the names mean little without some indication of the trade, profession or occupation of these people. For this reason, I have attempted to identify them. The attempt was not completely successful, not least because there were several people with the same surname following different trades or professions at the same point in time, and it was impossible to be certain which one of them was trading with Thomas Smith. Where this has happened, I have listed all the individuals concerned. I have been unable to trace a few of the people named, but the bulk of Smith's business and other associates are recorded here. The result is a fairly comprehensive record of the pattern of buying and selling in a rural community during the eighteen-sixties.
Sources:
Census of Population
1861 Guiting Registration sub-district P.R.O. RG9/1791
1871 Guiting Registration sub-district P.R.O. RG10/2656
Slater's Directory of Gloucestershire 1868
Kelly's Directory of Gloucestershire 1870
Cassey's Directory of Worcestershire 1860
Littlebury's Directory of Worcestershire 1873
ADLARD, William G., Postlip Hall, Winchcomb, Paper Maker, employing about 120 women, 24 men, 6 boys
ALEXANDER, James, Greet, Farmer of 137 acres, employing 3 men,
2 boys
ALEXANDER, James, Gretton Road, Winchcomb, Hay and Straw Dealer; Coal Merchant
ALLEN, William, Hartpury, Gloucester, Horse Dealer
ANDREWS, George, Ford, Temple Guiting, Farmer of 60 acres, employing 1 man, 1 boy
ATTWOOD Brothers, 405 High Street, Cheltenham, Ironmongers
AUSTIN, Charles, High Street, Winchcomb, Grocer
BADHAM and BROOKES, Tewkesbury, Solicitors
BAIN, W., Essex Place, Cheltenham, Accountant
BALHATCHET, Francis Smith, Merstowe Green, Evesham, Agricultural Chemist and agent for artificial manures
BAYLISS, Samuel, Park Farm, Gretton, Farmer of 80 acres
BECKETT, Richard Allan and William, Farmers and Potters employing 6 men and 2 boys
BECKETT, W. and R.A., Greet Potteries: brick, drain pipe, chimney and flower pot and earthenware manufacturers
BELCHER, C., High Street, Winchcomb, Tailor
BLIZZARD and COLEMAN, Brewers and Maltsters, Tewkesbury Brewery
BOMFORD, Herbert, Great Washbourne, Farmer of 450 acres, employing 6 men, 6 boys, 6 women
BRAIN, William, Greet, Farmer of 350 acres, employing 10 men, 2 boys, 3 women
BROOM, David., 70 Regent Place, Cheltenham, Dealer in building materials
BROWN, John, Greet, Farmer of 44 acres
BROWN, Joseph, Sudeley Hill Farm, Farmer
BRUNSDEN, John, Norton, Gloucester, Cattle Dealer
BRUTON and KNOWLES, Albion Chambers, Gloucester, Auctioneers and Land Surveyors
BRYANT and GARNICK, 362 High Street, Cheltenham, Woollen Drapers
BURLINGHAM, H. & Co., Bengeworth, Evesham, Ironmongers, iron and coal merchants, nail manufacturers, agent for agricultural implements, manures, linseed cake, &c.
CANN, Christopher, Hailes Street, Winchcomb, Baker and Grocer
CARPENTER & Co., Cainscross, Stroud and Cheltenham, Brewers
CASTLE, John, North Street, Winchcomb, Saddler
CASTLE, Richard, Hailes Street, Winchcomb, Saddler and Harness Maker
CHAMPION, James, Waterhatch Farm, Winchcomb, Farmer
CLARE, John, William and Arthur, 133 High Street, Cheltenham, Corn and Seed Factors
CLUFF, Joseph, Hailes Street, Winchcomb, Grocer
CLUTTERBUCK, William, Westgate Street, Gloucester, Maltster
COCHRANE, Robert, Naunton Farm, Greet, Farmer of 500 acres, employing 6 men, 2 boys
COCKRELL, Joseph, 14 Colonnade, Cheltenham, Saddler and Harness Maker
COLE, Richard, Alderton, Farmer of 203 acres, employing 7 men, 4 boys, 2 women
CORNELY, Thomas, West Field Farm, Guiting Power, Farmer of 295 acres, employing 8 men, 3 boys
DAVIS, Jesse, Gloucester Street, Winchcomb, Chimney Sweep
DAVIS, William Edward, Wineyard Street, Winchcomb, Carpenter
DEBENHAM and FREEBODY, Cavendish House, Cheltenham, Department Store
DENT, John Coucher, Sudeley Castle, Magistrate and Landed Proprietor
DRURY, Charles, Badsey, Worcestershire, Farmer
EDWARDS, John, Hailes, Gentleman
FAWDRY, Comelius, Gretton Road, Solicitor's Clerk
FAWDRY, Comelius, Greet, Farmer, employing 2 men, 1 boy
FIRKINS, W., Twyning, Farmer
FIRKINS, W., Bredons Hardwick, Farmer
FOLKES, James, Sudeley Tenements, Winchcomb, Wood Sawyer
FOLL, Hattil, Beckford, J.P., Landowner of 546 acres employing 11 men, 6 boys and 1 bailiff.
(Foll's status was founded on brewing: the Ashton Gate Brewery, Bristol)
FORD, LEWIS & Co., Bristol Road, Gloucester, Manufacturers of cattle troughs, mangers, dairy fittings, in marble
FREEMAN, J.G., 4 Chester Walk, Cheltenham, Stationer
GARDNER, George, Arle, Cheltenham, Miller
GARDNER, John, Cheltenham, Brewer, Cheltenham Original Brewery
GILBERT, Richard, Twyford, Norton, Farmer
GOUGH, Arthur, Sudeley Farm, Winchcomb, Farmer of 437 acres employing 4 men, 5 boys, 2 women
GREEN, Richard, Campden Lane, Didbrook, Carpenter
GREEN. Richard, Didbrook, Blacksmith
GREENHALF, Elisha, North Street, Winchcomb, Wheelwright
GRENHALF, Josiah, Wineyard Street, Winchcomb, Stonemason
GREENING, Charles, Greet, farmer of 10 acres
GREENING, William, Guiting Power, Carrier
GRIFFIN, Edwin, Hailes Street, Winchcomb, Shopkeeper
GRIFFIN, Thomas, High Street, Winchcomb, Saddler and harness maker
GRIST, James, North Street, Winchcomb, Draper and Auctioneer
GRIZZELL, Caleb, High Street, Winchcomb, Haberdasher
HAINES, John, Suffolk Road, Cheltenham, Coal Merchant
HALL, Clement, North Street, Winchcomb, Master Plasterer
HALL, William Best, Wineyard Street, Winchcomb, Plasterer
HANKS, Robert, Barton Hamlet, Temple Guiting, Farmer of 266 acres employing 2 men, 4 boys
HAMPTON, WiIIiam, New Inn, Sedgeberrow
HANFORD, High Street, Cheltenham, Hairdresser
HARRIS, James, Temple Guiting, Maltster
HARRIS, W., North Streer, Winchcomb, Carpenter
HARVEY, David, High Street, Winchcomb, Butcher
HASLUM, George, Gloucester Street, Winchcomb, Stationer and General Dealer
HASLUM, Thomas, Gloucester Street, Winchcomb, Parish Clerk and Assistant Overseer
HASLUM, William, North Street, Winchcomb, Builder and Beer Agent
HASTINGS, J., St. Pauls, Cheltenham, Butcher
HAWKES, G., North Street, Winchcomb, Wheelwright
HAZELL, Thomas, Ford, Temple Guiting, Confectioner
HEALING, Samuel, Tewkesbury, Miller
HODGETTS, Benjamin, & Son, Commercial Road, Gloucester, Sack Contractors
HOLLAND, Edward, Dumbleton Hall, Dumbleton, Esquire, M.P.
HOLTHAM, Richard, Gloucester Docks, Manure Manufacturer
HONE, George, Postlip Farm, Winchcomb (after 1869), Farmer of 413 acres employing 12 men, 2 boys, 2 women
HOPKINS, Richard, Stump Cross, Didbrook, Turnpike Road Foreman
HORLICK, George, Didbrook, Master Baker
HORLICK, Giles, Queens Square, Winchcomb, Blacksmith
HORLICK, Jabez, Didbrook, Baker
HORLICK, James, Didbrook, Wheelwright
HORLICK, James, Gloucester Street, Winchcomb, Baker
HOWMAN, Philip, High Street, Winchcomb, Chemist and Druggist, Landowner.
HYATT, George, Snowshill Farm, Snowshill, Farmer of 691 acres employing 12 men, 8 boys, 6 women
HYATT, John, Snowshill Hill Farm, Snowshill, Farmer of 450 acres employing 7 men, 5 boys
JACKSON, Thomas, Bishops Cleeve, Farmer
JACKSON, William, Stanley Pontlarge, Winchcomb, Farmer
JAMES, Charles, Gretton, Farmer of 130 acres employing 5 men, 2 boys
JAMES, John, Greet, Farmer of 7 acres
JAMES, Leigh, Farmcott, Guiting Power, Farmer of 315 acres employing 4 men, 2 boys
JAMES, Richard, Hailes Farm, Hailes, Farmer of 373 acres employing 11 labourers and 3 boys
JAMES, William, Gretton, Licensed Victualler
JONES, Joseph, Badesey, Worcestershire, Farmer
JONES, Thomas, Wineyard Street, Winchcomb, Haulier
KENDRICK, Richard, Woodlands House, Rushley Lane, Winchcomb, Landed Proprietor
KEY, Henry, North Street, Winchcomb, Plumber and Glazier
KEY, Lewington, Hailes Street, Winchcomb, Plumber
KINGS, George, Gretton Road, Winchcomb, Agricultural Machine Maker
KNIGHT, Charles William, New Inn, Hailes Street, Winchcomb, Beer House Keeper and Blacksmith
KNIGHT, John, Hailes Street, Winchcomb, Draper
LAIGHT, Ann, Didbrook Vicarage, Cook Domestic
LANE, David, Manor Farm, Postlip, Farmer
LANE, Robert, Temple Guiting, Farmer of 94 acres employing 2 men, 2 boys
MALLORY and GREEN, 395 High Street, Cheltenham, Ironmongers
MANN, Isaac, Naunton and Frampton, Farmer of 187 acres employing 4 men, 2 women, 1 boy
MASON, Edward, North Street, Winchcomb, Joiner
MILES, Barnibis, Stanway, Gardener (domestic)
MILLS, R., High Street, Winchcomb, Boot and Shoe shop
MINETT, Charles, Greet, Farmer of 155 acres employing 6 men, 2 boys, 2 women
MORRIS, Charles, Dumbleton Mill Farm, Dumbleton, Farmer, Miller and Baker, Farmer of 162 acres employing 12 men, 4 boys, 5 women
MORRIS, George, Northway, Tewkesbury, Miller
NASH, George, Gretton Road, Winchcomb, Builder
NASH, George, George Inn, High Street, Winchcomb, Inn Keeper, Public House
NEW, Antony, Manchester House, High Street, Evesham, General Draper, Silk Mercer &c. NEW, Charles Morris Marshall, Langley House Farm, Abbey Demesne, Farmer of 238 acres employing 4 men, 4 boys
NEW, Herbert, Bridge Street, Evesham, Solicitor (firm of New, Prance and Garrard)
NEW, John, Greet, Parish Clerk
NEW, Thomas, Bridge Street, Evesham, Dispensing and Family Chemist;, manufacturer of soda, potash, and seltzer waters, lemonade &c., agent for the district fire office (united with Alliance)
NEWMAN, James, M.R.C.S., L.A.C., High Street, Winchcomb, General Practitioner
NEWMAN, John, North Street, Winchcomb, Stationer and Newsagent
NEWMAN, Richard, Boddington, Cheltenham, Farmer
NEWMAN, Thomas, M.R.C.S., High Street, Winchcomb, General Practitioner
NOTT, John, Conderton, Farmer
NOTT, William, Conderton, Farmer and Beer Retailer
OAKEY, John, Gloucester Street, Winchcomb, Stone Mason
OAKEY, John, Wineyard Street, Winchcomb, Stone Mason
ORGAN. Henry Charles, Toddington, Farmer
PARDINGTON, Edwin, Gloucester Street; Winchcomb 1861, Cattle Dealer,
Boiling Well Farm; Winchcomb 1871, Farmer of 70 acres employing 2 men
PARDINGTON, Isaac, North Street, Winchcomb, Butcher
PARDINGTON, John, Greet Road, Winchcomb, Farmer and Pig dealer
PARDINGTON, Josiah, Greet Mill 1861, Miller and Baker;
His children were described as orphans and were living in Hailes Street, Winchcomb 1871
PEACEY, John Freeman, Cockbury Farm, Abbey Demesne, Farmer of 300 acres employing 9 men, 7 women and 5 boys
PEARCE, George, Walcot and Hyde Farms, Winchcomb, Farmer
PEARCE, James, Bourton-on-the-Water, Cooper,
PEARCE, Thomas, 27 Regent Place, Cheltenham, Carpenter
PEARSON, George, North Street, Winchcomb, Carpenter
PEARSON, Henry, North Street, Winchcomb, Builder
PEARSON, Thomas, Hailes Street, Winchcomb, Carpenter
PENSAM, Thomas, Eldersfield Court, Eldersfield, Worcestershire, Farmer
PERRETT, Robert, Toddington, Farmer
POPE, Edward, Wineyard Street, Winchcomb, Farmer of 315 acres employing 6 men, 2 boys, 3 women
POPE, John Pearce, Sudeley Farm, Winchcomb, Farmer of 420 acres employing 8 men, 4 boys
POWER (Mr.), Cheltenham, Dentist
PRICE, George, Upton St Leonards, Corn Agent
PRICE, William, Stanway, Farmer of 153 acres employing 3 men, 1 boy
PULLOM, George, North Street, Winchcomb, Inn Keeper
PULLOM, Charles (son of above), North Street, Winchcomb, Muck Cart Contractor,
PURSER, Isaac, Gloucester, Coal Merchant
RASTALL, John, The Coates, Winchcomb, Plasterer
REEKS, Alfred, High Street, Winchcomb, Butcher (shop)
REEKS, Samuel, Unicorn Inn, Gloucester Streer, Winchcomb, Innkeeper and Butcher
REEVES, J., Gotherington, Cheltenham, Farmer
RICE, W. and Son, The Quay, Tewkesbury, Coal Merchant and Dealer
RIGHARDSON, Arthur, Greet, Farmer
RICHARDSON, Henry, Didbrook, Farmer of 249 acres employing 4 men, 3 boys
RICHARDSON, Elizabeth, Public House, Gloucester Street, Winchcomb, Innkeeper
RICHARDSON, William (son of the above), Public House, Gloucester Street. Winchcomb, Maltster
RICHARDSON, Samuel, Beckford, Farmer of 224 acres employing 7 men, 3 boys
RICKETTS, M.B., 381 High Street, Cheltenham, Draper
ROBERTS, Becket, Gloucester Street, Winchcomb, Carpenter
ROBERTS, John, Woodlands Farm, Winchcomb, Farmer of 45 acres
ROBERTS, William, Prescott Hill, Prescott, Farmer
ROBINSON, Thomas, Prestbury, Cheltenham, Millet
ROBINSON, (Mr.), North Street, Winchcomb, Draper
SADLER, G.W., London Road, Cheltenham, Architect and Surveyor
SAVORY, William and Son, High Orchard, Gloucester, Engineer, Ironworks
SEXTY, Charles and Lucy (brother and sister), Queens Square, Winchcomb, Boarding School
SEXTY, George, Gloucester Street, Winchcomb, Farmer of 90 acres employing 2 men, 1 boy
SEXTY, John James, Castle Street, Winchcomb, Tanner and Currier
SEXTY, John, Hillcroft Farm, Winchcomb, Farmer
SEXTY, William, Greet, Farmer of 100 acres employing 3 men, 2 boys
SHILL, Robert, Queens Square, Winchcomb, Master Tailor
SILK, Jacob, 146 High Street, Cheltenham, Grocer
SILVER, Josiah, Gloucester Street, Winchcomb, Master Baker
SIMMONS, Marianne, North Street, Winchcomb, Post Mistress
SISAM, Thomas Marshall, Queens Square, Winchcomb, Miller
SLATTER, Thomas, Frampton Farm, Greet, Farmer of 400 acres employing 10 men, 4 boys
SMITH, Alfred, Toddington, Farmer of 220 acres employing 3 men, 2 boys
SMITH, George, High Street, Winchcomb, Grocer's Shop. Grocer and Outfitter
SMITH, Henry, Evesham, Brazier and Tinplate worker
SMITH, James, Beckford, Grocer and Baker
SMITH, John, North Street, Winchcomb, Blacksmith
SMITH, John, Dumbleton, Farmer of 760 acres employing 21 labourers and 6 boys
SMITH, Oliver, North Street, Winchcomb, Thrashing Machine Proprietor
SMITH, Samuel M.R.C.S., Guiting Power, General Practitioner
SMITH, Samuel Edward, High Street, Winchcomb, Solicitor and Landowner (office)
SMITH, Thomas, North Street, Winchcomb, Farmer of 8 acres
SMITH, William, Greet, Veterinary Surgeon
STAIT, Edwin, Temple Guiting, Farmer of 400 acres employing 8 men, 4 boys,
STAIT, Henry, Ford, Temple Guiting, Farmer of 290 acres employing 5 men, 4 boys, 2 women
STAIT, J. and W., Sudeley Lodge Farm, Winchcomb, Farmers
STAITE, Richard, Greet, Farmer of 100 acres employing 4 men, 4 women, 2 boys
STANTON, William, Old House Farm, Winchcomb, Farmer
STEELE, Elizabeth Anne, Hailes Street, Winchcomb, Schoolmistress, Private School
SUTTON, Thomas, Alderton, Shopkeeper
SUTTON & SONS, Reading, Berkshire, Seed Merchants
TAWDRY, Thomas, Greet, Farmer of 200 acres employing 4 men, 2 boys, 3 women
TAYLOR, George, Gretton Road, Winchcomb, Blacksmith
TAYLOR, John, Old House, Sudeley Tenements, Farmer of 60 acres employing 1 man
TAYLOR, Richard, North Street, Winchcomb, Rope Maker, Sack Maker
TAYLOR, Robert, Alderton, Farmer of 3.5 acres
TAYLOR, Thomas, Beckford, Coal Merchant
TAYLOR, William, Dumbleton, Manager of Brickworks; Coal Merchant,
THOMPSON, William, Abbey Farm, Hailes, Farmer
TOVEY, Charles, North Street, Winchcomb, Bootmaker
TOVEY, James, North Street, Winchcomb, Butcher
TOVEY, John, Gloucester Street, Winchcomb, Linen Manufacturer
TOVEY, Thomas, Hailes Street, Winchcomb, Draper
TOWNSHEND and Co., College Street, Gloucester, Auctioneers and Agents
TURBERFIELD, James, Hailes Street, Winchcomb, Master Cooper
TURBERFIELD, John, Queens Square, Winchcomb, Wheelwright
TURK, Charles, New Inn Brewery, Cheltenham, Brewer, Also: Charlton Kings Brewery (with William Turk) Full Moon Commercial Inn, Cheltenham
TURK, William, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, Maltster
TURNER, William, Barton Street, Gloucester, Agricultural Implement Maker
TURNER and WAGHORNE, 424 High Street, Cheltenham, Butchers,
TYSOE (Mrs), Barton Street, Tewkesbury, Grocer & Tea Dealer
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Elizabeth married William SMITH, son of Richard SMITH and Mrs Richard SMITH. William was born Est 1725.

He was

• He was

Children from this marriage were:

+ 6 F    i. Margaret SMITH was born in 1751 in ?broadway and died after 1835.

Margaret married Thomas AGG (d. 1813) 23 Oct 1770 in Broadway, Worcestershire.1

+ 7 M    ii. Thomas SMITH was born in Broadway, Worcestershire and was christened 8 Oct 1747.

Thomas married Katharine SHIRLEY.

+ 8 M    iii. William SMITH was born Est 1755 in ? Broadway.

William married Mrs. Will SMITH.

+ 9 F    iv. Elizabeth SMITH was born Est 1759 in Broadway, Worcestershire.

3. Mary BLIZARD (Thomas1) was born 12 Nov 1726 in Moreton-In-Marsh.

4. Richard BLIZARD (Thomas1) was born 22 Nov 1728 in Moreton-In-Marsh.

Research Notes: RICHARD BLIZARD
Male


Event(s):
Birth:
Christening: 22 NOV 1728 Moreton In Marsh, Gloucester, England
Death:
Burial:




Parents:
Father: THOMAS BLIZARD
Mother: DARATHY


C030303

5. Thomas BLIZARD (Thomas1) was born 7 Apr 1735 in Moreton-In-Marsh and died after 1747.

Research Notes: THOMAS BLIZARD
Male


Event(s):
Birth:
Christening: 07 APR 1735 Moreton In Marsh, Gloucester, England
Death:
Burial:




Parents:
Father: THOMAS BLIZARD <individual_record.asp?recid=500023296967&lds=1®ion=2&frompage=1> Family <family_group_record.asp?familyid=37678179&indi_id=500023296967&lds=1®ion=2&frompage=1>
Mother: DOROTHY <individual_record.asp?recid=500023296968&lds=1®ion=2&frompage=1>








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Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.


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Third Generation (Grandchildren)


6. Margaret SMITH (Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born in 1751 in ?broadway and died after 1835.

General Notes: The widow "Ragg" mentioned in N. Neil Solly's Memoir of the life of DAVID
COX (1973) Rodart Reproductions Ltd. London p.12
Said by Solly to have lived in "Camberwell" in 1813

They rented out rooms to young men including John Hills, and David Cox


Research Notes: Margaret Smith
Female


Event(s):
Birth:
Christening: 1758 Dodderhill, Worcester, England
Death:
Burial:




Parents:
Father: William Smith <individual_record.asp?recid=700041327361&lds=1®ion=2&frompage=1> Family <family_group_record.asp?familyid=76896477&indi_id=700041327361&lds=1®ion=2&frompage=1>
Mother: Elizabeth <individual_record.asp?recid=700041327362&lds=1®ion=2&frompage=1>




EJ : Baptisms:
Started around 1735, registers faint before that. (Broadway PRs)

1745 Dec 8 Betty d.o. John & Eliz Smith
1747 Oct 8 Thomas s.o. William & Elizabeth Smith
1751 Dec 27 Margaret d.o. William & Ann Smith

Now, I thought I had found Margaret Smith's baptism here - father
William, but mother is Ann - whereas four years before, it was William
and Elizabeth. Time is right for your Margaret - but Ann???

1772 Jan 7 Mary d.o. Thomas & Margaret Agg bapt
1773 Jul 9 Elizabeth d.o. Thomas & Margaret Agg
1775 Sep 11 Thomas s.o. Thomas & Margaret Agg

Did she live at 5, Harleyford Place ?



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SMITH, THOMAS College: TRINITY Entered: 1742 Born: Died: Adm. sizar (age 16) at TRINITY, May 17, 1742. S. of Thomas, of Worcester. School, Worcester (Mr Miles). Matric. 1742; Scholar, 1743; B.A. 1745-6; M.A. 1749. Fellow, 1748.

Ann AGG
Sex: F


Marriage(s):
Spouse: William Dyde SMITH
Marriage: 15 Oct 1822
Broadway, Worcester, England

Source Information:

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
M0182011539-1812Q942.47 BI6 V26BR Book0883958 Film
M0182011813-18800465293 FilmNONE

He was

• She was

Margaret married Thomas AGG, son of William AGG and Mary BAKER, 23 Oct 1770 in Broadway, Worcestershire.1 Thomas was born in Mar 1741/42, was christened 22 Jan 1742/43 in Didbrook,2 and died in 1813 in Bridge Rd, Lambeth, London at age 71. Another name for Thomas was Agge.

Marriage Notes: Date: Married by Licence, Thomas Agge Batchelor and Margaret
Smith, spinster, both of this parish. WITNESSES Place:Richard Blizard and Wm Smith.
Margaret signed Margret.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 10 F    i. Mary AGG was born 8 Oct 1771 in Broadway, Worcestershire,3 was christened 7 Jan 1772 in Broadway, Worcestershire, died 23 Nov 1845 in Harborne, Birmingham at age 74, and was buried in Harborne Churchyard, Under Chestnut Tree.4

Mary married David COX (d. 7 Jun 1859) in 1808 in London, Middlesex, Eng.

+ 11 F    ii. Elizabeth AGG was born 17 Jun 1773 in Broadway, Worcestershire and was christened 9 Jul 1773 in Broadway, Worcestershire.

Elizabeth married James WAINE in 1795 in St Andrew, Holborn Lnd.

+ 12 M    iii. Thomas AGG was born 18 Dec 1774 in Broadway, Worcestershire,5 was christened 11 Sep 1775 in Broadway, Worcestershire, and died 23 Jul 1830 in London, Middlesex, Eng.6 at age 55.

Thomas married Mary TREVITHICK 9 Jan 1808 in Calne, Wilts.

+ 13 F    iv. Margaret AGG was born 18 Jun 1775 and was christened 23 Aug 1779 in Stow-On-The-Wold.7

Margaret married James WAINE.

+ 14 F    v. Ann AGG was born 1 Aug 1779 in Stow, Gloucester, was christened 23 Aug 1779 in Stow-On-The-Wold, and died in 1861 in Shrewsbury 3Q 1111 at age 82.

Ann married John HILLS (d. 1831) 24 Mar 1805 in St Mary's Lambeth, Surrey, Eng..8

+ 15 F    vi. Catherine AGG was born 19 Aug 1784 and died 22 Apr 1786 at age 1.

Catherine married someone. (d. 1831)

+ 16 F    vii. Caroline AGG was born 3 Sep 1791 in London, Middlesex, Eng., was christened 1 Jan 1792 in St Andrew, Holborn Lnd, and died circa 1834 in London (In Childbirth) at age 43.

Caroline married James GARDNER before 1818.

+ 17 F    viii. Harriet AGG was born 3 Sep 1791 in London, Middlesex, Eng., was christened 1 Jan 1792 in St Andrew, Holborn Lnd, and died in Feb 1837 in Wales, UK at age 45.

Harriet married John HAYNES (d. 2Q 1839) 31 Oct 1818 in St Mary Woolnoth, Lnd.

7. Thomas SMITH (Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born in Broadway, Worcestershire and was christened 8 Oct 1747.

General Notes: Married K. Shirley-> William, Mary, Thomas, Elizabeth

Research Notes: Thomas SMITH
Sex: M


Event(s):
Christening: 8 Oct 1747
Broadway, Worcester, England


Parents:
Father: William SMITH
Mother: Eliz

Source Information:

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
C0182031701-18120465292 Film0933102 Film
C0182031813-18750465293 FilmNONE
Sheet:

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25Jul1822ThomasSMITH75WorcsBroadway, St Eadburg

Thomas married Katharine SHIRLEY. Katharine was born circa 1750 in Gls/Wor.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 18 M    i. William SMITH was born circa 1770 in Worcester, Worchester, Eng. and was christened 15 Oct 1772 in Broadway, Worcestershire.9

William married M SMITH.

+ 19 F    ii. Mary SMITH was born circa 1771 in Gls/Wor.

+ 20 M    iii. Thomas SMITH was born circa 1770 in Broadway, Worcestershire.

+ 21 F    iv. Elizabeth SMITH was born circa 1775 in Gls/Wor.

+ 22 F    v. Katharine SMITH was christened 2 Apr 1774.

8. William SMITH (Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born Est 1755 in ? Broadway.

General Notes: Married twice.

Research Notes: Ann AGG
Sex: F


Marriage(s):
Spouse: William Dyde SMITH
Marriage: 15 Oct 1822
Broadway, Worcester, England

Source Information:

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
M018201 1539-1812 Q942.47 BI6 V26BR Book 0883958 Film
M018201 1813-1880 0465293 Film NONE

William married Mrs. Will SMITH. Mrs. was born circa 1760.

9. Elizabeth SMITH (Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born Est 1759 in Broadway, Worcestershire.

Fourth Generation (Great-Grandchildren)


10. Mary AGG (Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 8 Oct 1771 in Broadway, Worcestershire,3 was christened 7 Jan 1772 in Broadway, Worcestershire, died 23 Nov 1845 in Harborne, Birmingham at age 74, and was buried in Harborne Churchyard, Under Chestnut Tree.4

Research Notes: David Jr. describes his mother as slight, gentle and delicate. Solly reports
that she not only took an interest in art, but that she sketched (p.40)
as well. She had good taste in literature, and
read a great deal to her husband while he drew. First marital home a
cottage at the corner of Dulwich Common just passing the College on the road
to the right.

In 1829 Mary took lodgings opposite her sister Ann Hills apartment in Gravesend, Kent

Ian Cooke in The Watercolour Society's Club says her family were very religious.

(IGI CO18203-?-465292) 10

Mary married David COX, son of Joseph COX and Frances WALFORD, in 1808 in London, Middlesex, Eng. David was born 29 Apr 1783 in Deritend, Birmingham, Warcs11 and died 7 Jun 1859 in Harborne, Birmingham at age 76.

He was

• He was

The child from this marriage was:

+ 23 M    i. David (Jr.) COX was born 9 Jul 1809 in Dulwich, London,12 died 6 Dec 1885 in Streatham, London at age 76, and was buried in West Norwood Cemetery.

David married Hannah BLUNT (d. 14 Jun 1854) 29 Sep 1836 in St Thomas, Birmingham, Warwick, England.

David next married Elizabeth (Eliza) NEWTON 13 (d. After 1901) 25 Apr 1866.14

11. Elizabeth AGG (Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 17 Jun 1773 in Broadway, Worcestershire and was christened 9 Jul 1773 in Broadway, Worcestershire.

Research Notes: (IGI CO18203-?-465292)

Elizabeth married James WAINE in 1795 in St Andrew, Holborn Lnd. James was born Est 1770 and died in India.

12. Thomas AGG (Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 18 Dec 1774 in Broadway, Worcestershire,5 was christened 11 Sep 1775 in Broadway, Worcestershire, and died 23 Jul 1830 in London, Middlesex, Eng.6 at age 55.

General Notes: Times 31 Jul 1830 : On Friday 23 Inst in his 55th year of his age Mr Thomas
Agg, only son of the Late Mr. Thomas Agg, formerly of Broadway in
Worcestershire.


Research Notes: Insured: Thomas Agg 21 Russell Court Covent Garden victualler


Thomas married Mary TREVITHICK 9 Jan 1808 in Calne, Wilts. Mary was born Est 1780.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 24 F    i. Mary AGG was born 28 Sep 1808 in Calne, Wilts.

Mary married Jacob RAY circa 1826.

+ 25 M    ii. Thomas AGG was born about 1814 in London, Middlesex, Eng..

Thomas married Mary Ann BASKETT 25 Mar 1835 in Christ Church Greyfriars.

+ 26 M    iii. John AGG was born Est 1808 and died in Youth.

+ 27 F    iv. Harriet AGG was born Est 1810.

+ 28 F    v. Sarah Margaret AGG was christened 21 Mar 1812 in Dulwich College, Dulwich.

Sarah married Alexander ALEXANDER.

+ 29 F    vi. Ellen AGG was christened 29 Aug 1830 in St Mary Le Strand, Westminster15 and died as an infant.

13. Margaret AGG (Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 18 Jun 1775 and was christened 23 Aug 1779 in Stow-On-The-Wold.7

Research Notes: (IGI C031852-?-427782)

Margaret married James WAINE. James was born Est 1770 and died in India.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 30 M    i. Thomas WAIN was born circa 1800 and died young.

+ 31 F    ii. Katherine WAIN was born circa 1802 and died young.

+ 32 F    iii. Elizabeth Ann WAIN was born circa 1810 in ?brixton, Sry and died in 1891 in Wandsworth, London, Eng.16 at age 81.

Elizabeth married Edwin CLEWETT 23 Sep 1830 in St Mary, Newington, Surrey.

14. Ann AGG (Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 1 Aug 1779 in Stow, Gloucester, was christened 23 Aug 1779 in Stow-On-The-Wold, and died in 1861 in Shrewsbury 3Q 1111 at age 82.

Research Notes: (IGI C031852-?-427782)


N. Neil Solly p 65 says that Ann Hills had rented a house at Gravesend and that her sister Mary (Mrs Cox) rented "apartments in the same street opposite them.


Shown aged 71 living with John and Caroline Hills at 3 Hamilton Place, St Marks Kennington, Lambeth born Stow in the Wold GLS



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ANN AGG
Female


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Event(s):
Birth:
Christening: 23 AUG 1779 Stow On The Wold, Gloucester, England

Death:
Burial:


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Parents:
Father: THOS AGG Family
Mother: MARGARET


C031852 1610 - 1812 0427782


? Census

Ann Hills abt 1779 Stow, Gloucestershire, England Head St Chad Shropshire
Emily Haynes abt 1826 London, Middlesex, England Niece St Chad Shropshire
Margaret Anne Hills abt 1815 Southwark, Surrey, England Daughter St Chad Shropshire
Thomas Hills 1849 St Marks Kennington, Surrey, England Grandson St Chad Shropshire


Ann married John HILLS, son of John HILLS and Mary, 24 Mar 1805 in St Mary's Lambeth, Surrey, Eng..8 John was born Est 1783, died in 1831 in London Road, Southwark (Parish Of St George )17 aged about 48, and was buried 18 Feb 1831 in St Mary, Lambeth.

Marriage Notes: John Hills
Spouse Name:Ann Agg
Record Type:Marriage
Marriage Date:24 Mar 1805
Parish:St Mary at Lambeth
County:Surrey
Borough:Lambeth

He was

• He was

Children from this marriage were:

+ 33 M    i. Samuel HILLS was born circa 1806 in Newington, Surrey and died young.

+ 34 M    ii. John HILLS was born 17 Mar 1808 in Obelisk/Newington, London, was christened 1 May 1808 in St. Mary's, Newington, and died 11 Feb 1870 in 2, Titchfield Villas, Regents-Park at age 61.

John married Catherine Campbell "Kath" FRAZER (d. Cir 1839) 8 Oct 1838 in St Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, Midlothian.18

John next married Caroline HAYNES (d. 14 Feb 1882) 4 Nov 1846 at Altrincham, Cheshire.

+ 35 M    iii. Thomas HILLS was born circa 1810 in Obelisk/Newington, Surrey Eng. and died young.

+ 36 M    iv. William HILLS was born 6 Jul 1813 in Southwark, was christened 15 Mar 1815 in St Mary, Newington, Surrey,9 and died 21 May 1894 in Bishop Stortford, Herts at age 80.

William married Elizabeth CHERRY.

+ 37 F    v. Margaret HILLS was born 15 Feb 1815 in Newington, Surrey, was christened 15 Mar 1815 in St Mary Newington, Surrey, died 6 Jun 1873 in Hampstead, London (1a 407) at age 58, and was buried in Old Highgate Cemetery..

15. Catherine AGG (Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 19 Aug 1784 and died 22 Apr 1786 at age 1.

Catherine married someone.

16. Caroline AGG (Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 3 Sep 1791 in London, Middlesex, Eng., was christened 1 Jan 1792 in St Andrew, Holborn Lnd, and died circa 1834 in London (In Childbirth) at age 43.

Caroline married James GARDNER, son of Mr GARDNER and Unknown, before 1818. James was born Est 1785 and died in London, Middlesex, Eng..

He was

• He was

Children from this marriage were:

+ 38 M    i. James GARDNER was born circa 1817 in London, Middlesex, Eng..

James married Charlotte ARTHUR 1Q 1841 in St James Westminster.

+ 39 F    ii. Caroline GARDNER was born circa 1819, was christened 19 Nov 1819 in St Giles Camberwell, and died young.

+ 40 F    iii. Mary Ann GARDNER was born circa 1820 and died young.

+ 41 M    iv. Henry John GARDNER was born in 1823 in London, Middlesex, Eng., was christened 23 Nov 1823, and died in America.

Henry married Jessica (Mrs Henry John??) GARDNER.

+ 42 F    v. Jessie Isabell GARDNER was born in 1826 in London, Middlesex, Eng. and was christened 17 May 1826 in St. James Westminster, London.

Jessie married Archibald PARK 28 Aug 1845 in St Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, Midlothian.

+ 43 M    vi. Charles William GARDNER was born 17 Mar 1828 in Saint James, Westminster, London, England, was christened 30 Apr 1828, and died before 1871.

Charles married Mary ARTHUR 2Q 1857 in Wallingford 2c 539.

+ 44 M    vii. John "Jack" GARDNER was born Est 1830 and was christened 11 Feb 1830 in Saint James, Westminster, London, England.

John married Laura DEMMA circa 1958.

+ 45 M    viii. Robert William GARDNER was born in 1832 in London, Middlesex, Eng., was christened 18 May 1832 in St James, Westminster, London, and died in America.

Robert married Mary BLAKESLEY 19 16 Dec 1855 in Adams County, Illinois.

17. Harriet AGG (Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 3 Sep 1791 in London, Middlesex, Eng., was christened 1 Jan 1792 in St Andrew, Holborn Lnd, and died in Feb 1837 in Wales, UK at age 45.

Research Notes: (P010516-?-374355

JOHN HAYNES
Male

Event(s):
Birth:
Christening:
Death:
Burial:


Marriages:
Spouse: HARRIET AGG
Marriage: 31 OCT 1818 Saint Mary Woolnoth And Woolchurch Haw, London, London, England




Messages:
Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.


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M001652 1754 - 1885 0374497


Database: Pallot's Baptism Index for England: 1780 - 1837October 4, 2004 2:29 PM


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Name:Harriet Agg
Baptism Date:1792
Parents:Thos Margt
Parish:St. Andrew Holborn
County:London

Source Information: Ancestry.com. Pallot's Baptism Index: 1780-1837. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001. Original data: The original paper slip index, from which this database was created, is owned by The Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies, Canterbury, England.

Harriet married John HAYNES, son of Benjamin HAYNES and Mary EDWARDS, 31 Oct 1818 in St Mary Woolnoth, Lnd. John was born Est 1785 in Condover, Shropshire and died 2Q 1839 in Shalbourne.

Marriage Notes: Witnesses Thomas Agg, Mary Smith, Caroline Gardner

Children from this marriage were:

+ 46 F    i. Harriet HAYNES was born circa 1819 and was christened 17 Nov 1819 in St Giles Camberwell.

Harriet married Thomas James SMITH (d. before 1901 census).

+ 47 F    ii. Caroline HAYNES was born after Apr 1823, was christened 2 Nov 1823 in Saint Giles, Camberwell, London,, and died 14 Feb 1882 in Hastings.20

Caroline married John HILLS (d. 11 Feb 1870) 4 Nov 1846 at Altrincham, Cheshire.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 34)

+ 48 F    iii. Eliza HAYNES was christened 7 Nov 1825 in Saint Giles, Camberwell, London and died bef 1881 census.

+ 49 F    iv. Emily HAYNES was christened 15 Jan 1826 in Saint Giles, Camberwell, London,.

+ 50 M    v. John ? HAYNES was born circa 1829.

18. William SMITH (Thomas SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1770 in Worcester, Worchester, Eng. and was christened 15 Oct 1772 in Broadway, Worcestershire.9

Research Notes: William SMITH
Sex: M


Event(s):
Christening: 15 Oct 1772
Broadway, Worcester, England


Parents:
Father: Thomas SMITH
Mother: Katharine

William married M SMITH. M was born circa 1775 in Gls/Wor.

19. Mary SMITH (Thomas SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1771 in Gls/Wor.

20. Thomas SMITH (Thomas SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1770 in Broadway, Worcestershire.

Research Notes: A possible descendant :

Page 29
112
High Street Evesham 1851
SMITH Thomas 50 Surgeon Broadway, Worcs.
Louisa 45 Evesham, Worcestershire.
William 20 Scholar - Oxford Evesham, Worcestershire.
Eliza 11 Evesham, Worcestershire.
UXLEY Sarah Servant 25 Servant Evesham, Worcestershire.
MILLWARD Thomas Groom 19 Groom Evesham, Worcestershire.

21. Elizabeth SMITH (Thomas SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1775 in Gls/Wor.

22. Katharine SMITH (Thomas SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was christened 2 Apr 1774.

Research Notes: Katharine SMITH
Sex: F


Event(s):
Christening: 2 Apr 1774
Broadway, Worcester, England


Parents:
Father: Thomas SMITH
Mother: Katharine

Source Information:

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
C018203 1701-1812 0465292 Film 0933102 Film
C018203 1813-1875 0465293 Film NONE
Sheet:


Fifth Generation (Great Great-Grandchildren)


23. David (Jr.) COX (Mary AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 9 Jul 1809 in Dulwich, London,12 died 6 Dec 1885 in Streatham, London at age 76, and was buried in West Norwood Cemetery.

General Notes: Educ. Hereford Grammer Sch.(Solly p31 )

Research Notes: >Birth note: Birth Surety:2



Dwelling: Chester House
Census Place: Streatham, Surrey, England
Source: FHL Film 1341155 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 0667 Folio 138 Page 23
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
David COX M 71 M Dulwich, Surrey, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Artist Water Color Painter
Eliza COX M 61 F Buckley
Rel: Wife
Hannah COX U 40 F Kennington, Surrey, England
Rel: Daur
Emily COX U 35 F Streatham, Surrey, England
Rel: Daur
Emma FRANCIS U 43 F Notley, Essex, England
Rel: Serv
Occ: Cook Domestic Serv
Maria MASON U 26 F Leicester, Leicester, England
Rel: Serv
Occ: Housemaid Domestic Serv


1871 England Census
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Name Age in 1871 Birthplace Relationship Civil Parish County/Island View Census?

David Cox 61 Dulwich, Surrey, England Head Clapham London
Eliza Cox 51 Mold, Flintshire, Wales Wife Clapham London
Emily Cox 25 Streatham, Surrey, England Daughter Clapham London
Hannah Cox 30 Kennington, Surrey, England Daughter Clapham London
Mary Ann Dyer 27 St Alhscombe, Devon, England Servant Clapham London
Caroline Hammond 30 Combes, Suffolk, England Servant Clapham London

He was

• He was

David married Hannah BLUNT, daughter of Unknown and Unknown, 29 Sep 1836 in St Thomas, Birmingham, Warwick, England. Hannah was born 5 Jun 1809 in Birmingham and died 14 Jun 1854 in Birmingham8 at age 45.

Marriage Notes: David COX
Sex: M


Marriage(s):
Spouse: Hannah BLUNT
Marriage: 29 Sep 1836
St Thomas, Birmingham, Warwick, England

Source Information:

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
7113318 - 1235253 Film NONE

Children from this marriage were:

+ 51 F    i. Frances COX was born 8 Aug 1837 and died 6 May 1899 at age 61.

+ 52 F    ii. Hannah ("Annie") COX was born 28 Oct 1840 in Cowley Road, Kennington,21 was christened 11 Dec 1840 in St Marks, Kennington, and died 17 Apr 1909 at age 68.

+ 53 F    iii. Mary Catherine COX was born 12 Jan 1844 in Brixton Hill, Brixton, Lnd Sw2, was christened 6 Mar 1844 in St Marks, Kennington, and died 26 Jul 18688 10 at age 24.

+ 54 F    iv. Emily COX was born 29 Mar 1846 in Brixton Hill, Brixton, Lnd Sw2, was christened 6 May 1846 in St Marks, Kennington,22 and died in 1922 at age 76.

David next married Elizabeth (Eliza) NEWTON,13 daughter of Thomas NEWTON and Mary DAVISON, 25 Apr 1866.14 Elizabeth was christened 23 May 1819 in Hawarden, Flint, Wales and died after 1901.

Marriage Notes: Cooke gives the marriage date as 1866. Stephen Wildman has 25th April 1866

24. Mary AGG (Thomas AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 28 Sep 1808 in Calne, Wilts.

Research Notes: Mary Agg Gender: Female Birth Date: 28 Sep 1808 Christening Date: 29 Oct 1808 Christening Place: Calne, Wiltshire, England Age at Christening: 0 Father's Name: Thomas Agg Mother's Name: Mary

Mary married Jacob RAY circa 1826. Jacob was born 12 Nov 1794.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 55 F    i. Mary RAY was born 11 Nov 1827 in Croydon, Sry.

+ 56 M    ii. Jacob RAY was born 12 Dec 1830 in Croydon, Sry.

25. Thomas AGG (Thomas AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born about 1814 in London, Middlesex, Eng..

Research Notes: Pigot's 1839 directory has a Thomas Agg, fishmonger, 13 Clare Market he is
not listed in Kelly's 1846 directory. There was also a Thomas Agg in
Gravesend, Kent who christened two girls in 1843

MARY AGG
Female
Birth:
Christening: 09 APR 1837 Saint Clement Danes, Westminster, London, England


EMILY AGG
Birth:
Christening: 03 DEC 1843 Saint George, Gravesend, Kent, England
Death:
Burial:




Parents:
Father: THOMAS AGG <individual_record.asp?recid=500036369572&
Mother: MARY ANN <individual_record.asp?recid=500036369573&lds
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Source Information:
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Parents:
Father: THOMAS AGG
Mother: MARY ANN <individual_record.asp?recid=500070468783&lds=1 Messages:
Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.


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ELIZA JANE AGG
Female


Event(s):
Birth:
Christening: 03 DEC 1843 Saint George, Gravesend, Kent, England
Death:
Burial:




Parents:
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Messages:
Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.


Source Information:
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1871 Thomas and Mary Agg Chase Side Southgate, Edmondton (North London) Painter

Thomas married Mary Ann BASKETT, daughter of James BASKETT and Ann Mrs BASKETT, 25 Mar 1835 in Christ Church Greyfriars. Mary was born circa 1815 and was christened 12 Mar 1815 in Eton, Bucks.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 57 M    i. Thomas AGG was christened 9 Apr 1837 in St Clement Danes, Westminster.

+ 58 F    ii. Daughter AGG .

Daughter married Mr COOPER.

26. John AGG (Thomas AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born Est 1808 and died in Youth.

General Notes: Death notice for Thomas Agg who died in 1850 aged 55 was said to be the only son of Thomas Agg formerly of Broadway, Worcs.

27. Harriet AGG (Thomas AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born Est 1810.

28. Sarah Margaret AGG (Thomas AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was christened 21 Mar 1812 in Dulwich College, Dulwich.

Sarah married Alexander ALEXANDER. Alexander was born circa 1795 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 59 F    i. Mary ALEXANDER was born circa 1834 in St Pancras, London.

+ 60 F    ii. Anne ALEXANDER was born circa 1837 in St Paul Covent Garden Westminster.

+ 61 F    iii. Ellen ALEXANDER was born circa 1842.

29. Ellen AGG (Thomas AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was christened 29 Aug 1830 in St Mary Le Strand, Westminster15 and died as an infant.

30. Thomas WAIN (Margaret AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1800 and died young.

31. Katherine WAIN (Margaret AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1802 and died young.

32. Elizabeth Ann WAIN (Margaret AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1810 in ?brixton, Sry and died in 1891 in Wandsworth, London, Eng.16 at age 81.

Research Notes:
Elizabeth Ann WAIN Compact Disc #37 Pin #510633
Sex: F


Event(s):
Birth: 1810 Place: , Brixton, Surrey, Eng
Death: 1891 Place: , Wandsworth, London, Eng


Parents:


Marriage(s):
Spouse: Edwin CLEWETT <individual_record.asp?recid=370510632> Disc #37 Pin #510632
Marriage: 23 Sep 1830 Place: St.Mary, Newington, Surrey, Eng



Notes and Sources:
Notes: None
Sources: None


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Elizabeth married Edwin CLEWETT 23 Sep 1830 in St Mary, Newington, Surrey. Edwin was born circa 1800.

Marriage Notes: Edwin CLEWETT
Sex: M


Marriage(s):
Spouse: Elizabeth Ann WAINE
Marriage: 23 Sep 1830
Saint Mary, Newington, Surrey, England

Source Information:

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
M055631 1813-1815 0307696 Film 6906151 Film
M055631 1816-1818 0307697 Film NONE
M055631 1819-1821 0307698 Film NONE
M055631 1822-1824 0307699 Film NONE
M055631 1825-1827 0307700 Film NONE
M055631 1828-1830 0307701 Film NONE
M055631 1831-1833 0307702 Film NONE
M055631 1834-1837 0307703 Film NONE

Children from this marriage were:

+ 62 F    i. Emily Ann CLEWETT was born circa 1831 and was christened 5 Mar 1837.

+ 63 F    ii. Margaret Ann CLEWETT was born circa 183316 and was christened 5 Mar 1837 in St Marks, Kennington.

+ 64 M    iii. Charles Felix CLEWETT was christened 4 Mar 1837 in St Marks, Kennington.

+ 65 F    iv. Ellen CLEWETT was christened 5 Mar 1837 in St Marks, Kennington.

+ 66 F    v. Mary Ann CLEWETT was christened 5 Mar 1837.

+ 67 M    vi. Edwin CLEWETT was born 23 Apr 1839 in Vauxhall, London.

+ 68 M    vii. George CLEWETT was born 8 Jun 1841.

33. Samuel HILLS (Ann AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1806 in Newington, Surrey and died young.

34. John HILLS (Ann AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 17 Mar 1808 in Obelisk/Newington, London, was christened 1 May 1808 in St. Mary's, Newington, and died 11 Feb 1870 in 2, Titchfield Villas, Regents-Park at age 61.

General Notes: Taught music privately, as well as in a number of schools. Met his cousin,
Caroline Haynes while teaching at Wilmslow, Cheshire.
Notice in The Times, Tuesday February 15 1870 "On the 11th Feb in the 62nd
year of his age Mr. John Hills of No. 2 Titchfield Villas, Regents-park."

Research Notes: Date:SC:GID:1A 487 Place:Marylebone aged 61

Aunt Maggie (HGH's elder sister) remembers Dickens' two daughters going to
their house at 11 Gloucester Terrace for singing lessons.

The family attended St. Marks Church, Regent's Park as did the Dickens family.
John Hills, together with his sister Margaret (who sometimes lived with them)
and his son Leslie (b.1847) sang in the Choir up in the gallery at the back
of the church. Mrs. Dickens lived in their "Crescent" and was a "pleasant
neighbour". The family attended the same church. Aunt Maggie (1853 - c 1940)
says of "Gloucester Crescent" "I might mention that Adelina and Carlotta Patti
also lived there but we did not know them; also a Mr. Edward Radclyffe,
an engraver who as a great friend of my father's." Of Mrs. Dickens she says
"I can remember listening to a conversation between her and my father and the
only thing I remember of it was that she had a cold bath all the year round."
She was the daughter of the writer Hogarth.

John Hills will reads :

This is the last will and testament of me JOHN HILLS of Number 2 Titchfield Villas Regents Park in the county of Middlesex Professor of Music.
First I direct that all my just debts funeral and testamentary expenses me be fully paid and satisfied by my Executrix hereinafter named as soon as conveniently may be after my decease and subject thereto I give devise and bequeath unto my dear wife Caroline Hills all and singular my estate and effects both real and personal and of what nature kind or quality so ever the same may be or consist and whatsoever situate to and for her own sole and absolute use benefit and disposal of I hereby nominate constitute and appoint my said dear wife Caroline Hills to be sole EXECUTRIX of this my will and lastly hereby revoking and making void all former and other wills by me at any time heretofore made I do declare this only to be and contain my last will and testament. In witness whereof I the said John Hills the testator have hereunto subscribed my name this twenty fourth day of January One thousand eight hundred and seventy - JOHN HILLS --- Signed published and declared by
the above named John Hills the testator as and for his last will and testament in our presence who in his presence at his request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses the name (??Ann having been first struck out??).

J KEMPSTER 37 Lower Kennington Lane Lambeth, William James Kempster his clerk

PROVED at London 23rd March 1870 by the oath of Caroline Hills widow ........... the sole Executrix to whom admon was granted.

Probably buried in Old Highgate Cemetery.

108/10/1838FRAZERCATHERINE CAMPBJOHN HILLS/FR1636UST CUTHBERT'S EDINBURG685/02 0042



He was

• He was

John married Catherine Campbell "Kath" FRAZER 8 Oct 1838 in St Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, Midlothian.18 Catherine was born in 1813 in Glasgow, Scotland ???18 and died circa 1839 in London, Middlesex, Eng. at age 26.

John next married Caroline HAYNES, daughter of John HAYNES and Harriet AGG, 4 Nov 1846 at Altrincham, Cheshire. Caroline was born after Apr 1823, was christened 2 Nov 1823 in Saint Giles, Camberwell, London,, and died 14 Feb 1882 in Hastings.20

Marriage Notes: Date:SC:GIM XIX 15 Place:Altrincham

Name: HILLS, John
Spouse: Caroline HAYNES
Witness: Harriet SMITH, Thomas J SMITH (her sister and brother-in-law)
Location of Event: Wilmslow, CHS, ENG
Date: 04 Nov 1846
Church: Parish
Source: Ted Wildy's Marriage Witness Index
Found on Rootsweb surname resources

Children from this marriage were:

+ 69 M    i. John "Leslie" HILLS was born 26 Sep 1847 at 5, Harleyford Place, Kennington, Lnd23 and was christened 20 Oct 1847 in St Marks, Kennington.

John married Edith Maria TILLSON (d. 1897) 12 May 1869 in St Martin In The Fields, Westminster.24

+ 70 M    ii. Thomas "Tom" Agg HILLS was born 4 May 1849 in 5, Harleyford Place, Kennington, London, was christened 25 Jul 1849 in St Marks, Kennington,15 died 23 Jun 1908 in Melbourne, Vic, Aust. at age 59, and was buried 24 Jun 1908 in Brighton Cem..

Thomas married Hilda Emily Jane WILLIAMS (d. 1946) in 1893 in Holy Trinity, E Melbourne, Vic, Australia.

+ 71 M    iii. William HILLS was born in Aug 1850 in Hamilton Place, Kennington ? Dulwich, was christened 31 Jan 1851 in St Marks, Kennington, died in 1866 at age 16, and was buried in Old Highgate Cemetery..

+ 72 F    iv. Caroline Ann HILLS was born 15 Mar 1852 in Hamilton Place, Kennington, was christened 30 Jun 1852 in St Marks, Kennington, died in 1865 in Regent's Park, London at age 13, and was buried in Old Highgate Cemetery..

+ 73 F    v. Margaret Emily "Maggie" HILLS was born 1 Oct 1853 in 11 Gloucester Cres. Regents Pk, London,25 was christened 25 Jan 1854 in St Pancras, Old Church, London, and died in Died Unmarried..

+ 74 M    vi. David Cox HILLS was born 17 Dec 1860 in 11 Gloucester Cres. Regents Pk, London and died in Victoria, B.C..

David married Jesse MITCHELL circa 1885.

+ 75 M    vii. Henry Gardner HILLS was born 8 Dec 1866 in Regent's Park, London, died 13 Dec 1945 in Bryn Eglwys, Criccieth, N. Wales at age 79, and was buried in Criccieth, N. Wales.

Henry married Isabel Harriet CATTLEY (d. 1951) 3 Apr 1894 in Church Of St George, Ramsgate.

35. Thomas HILLS (Ann AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1810 in Obelisk/Newington, Surrey Eng. and died young.

36. William HILLS (Ann AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 6 Jul 1813 in Southwark, was christened 15 Mar 1815 in St Mary, Newington, Surrey,9 and died 21 May 1894 in Bishop Stortford, Herts at age 80.

Research Notes: 35 Clapton Common
Census Place:Hackney, London, Middlesex, England
Source:FHL Film 1341062 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 0286 Folio 40 Page 13
MarrAgeSexBirthplace
William HILLSM67 MSouthwark, Surrey, England
Rel:Head
Occ:Musician Master
Elizabeth HILLSM41 FBrentford, Middlesex, England
Rel:Wife
Occ:School Mistress B A Lon (ELH note nee Cherry)
Margaret Elizh. HILLSU15 FLeyton, Essex, England
Rel:Daur
Occ:Scholar
William Noel HILLS 13 MLeyton, Essex, England
Rel:Son
Occ:Scholar
Frank Esmond HILLS 10 MLeyton, Essex, England
Rel:Son
Occ:Scholar
Fredk.Herbert HILLS 8 MLeyton, Essex, England
Rel:Son
Occ:Scholar
Ann Maria CROWU24 FBarking, Essex, England
Rel:Boarder
Occ:S C Teacher
Ellen Margt. Elizth. MANN 14 FIndia
Rel:Boarder
Occ:Scholar
Martha Ann WAIGHTU26 FAveley, Essex, England
Rel:Serv
Occ:Cook
Mary Jane GURNETTU17 FOngar, Essex, England
Rel:Serv


Household Record 1881 British Census




William HILLS Head M Male 67 Southwark, Surrey, England Musician Master
Elizabeth HILLS Wife M Female 41 Brentford, Middlesex, England School Mistress B A Lon
Margaret Elizh. HILLS Daur U Female 15 Leyton, Essex, England Scholar
William Noel HILLS Son Male 13 Leyton, Essex, England Scholar
Frank Esmond HILLS Son Male 10 Leyton, Essex, England Scholar
Fredk.Herbert HILLS Son Male 8 Leyton, Essex, England Scholar



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Source Information:
Dwelling 35 Clapton Common
Census Place London, Middlesex, England
Family History Library Film 1341062
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 0286 / 40
Page Number 13




1871

William Hills abt 1814 Southwark, Surrey, England Head Leyton Essex
Elizabeth Hills abt 1840 Brentford, Middlesex, England Wife Leyton Essex
Frank E Hills abt 1870 Leyton, Essex, England Son Leyton Essex
Harry G Hills abt 1867 Marylebone, Middlesex, England Nephew Leyton Essex
Margaret E Hills abt 1866 Leyton, Essex, England Daughter Leyton Essex
William N Hills abt 1868 Leyton, Essex, England Son Leyton Essex
Eliza Reed abt 1846 Plaistow, Essex, England Servant Leyton Essex
Charlotte Sammons abt 1855 Plaistow, Essex, England Servant Leyton Essex

Source information: RG10/1634
Registration district: West Ham
Sub-registration district: Leyton
ED, institution, or vessel: 1
Folio: 34
Page: 57 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 290
GSU Number: 829935

1851 Census
Living with John and Caroline with his mother and sister Margaret at 3 Hamilton Place, S Marks Kennington, Lambeth

He was

• He was

William married Elizabeth CHERRY, daughter of James CHERRY and Elizabeth VOLCHMAN. Elizabeth was born 3 May 1839 in New Brentford, London, England.26

Children from this marriage were:

+ 76 F    i. Margaret Elizabeth HILLS was born circa 1865 in Leyton, Essex27 and died 23 Mar 1953 in Haverton Hill, Yks28 at age 88.

Margaret married Christopher WARDLE (d. 3 Jul 1945) circa 1895.

+ 77 M    ii. William Noel HILLS was born about 1868 and died in Leyton, Essex.

+ 78 M    iii. Frank Esmond HILLS 27 was born circa 1870 in Leyton, Essex.27

Frank married Alice Mrs Frank HILLS.

+ 79 M    iv. Frederick Herbert "Bertie" HILLS 27 was born circa 1873 in Leyton, Essex.27

37. Margaret HILLS (Ann AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 15 Feb 1815 in Newington, Surrey, was christened 15 Mar 1815 in St Mary Newington, Surrey, died 6 Jun 1873 in Hampstead, London (1a 407) at age 58, and was buried in Old Highgate Cemetery..

Research Notes: Get her Will

This lady - described by her niece, Maggie Hills (1853-cir 1935) as a
really splendid little woman who was usually chatty. She did not marry and
seems to have lived near her bro. John's family - see Maggie's letters to her
nephew, John David Hills.

Her father worded his will in such a way as to ensure that if she married she would have no dowry.


IGI has her as Margaret Ann Hills bapt 15 Mar 1815 same as William - ie before she was born but where did the birth info come from ?

He was

• She was

38. James GARDNER (Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1817 in London, Middlesex, Eng..

Research Notes: James GARDNER
Sex: M


Event(s):
Christening: 24 Oct 1817
Saint Giles, Camberwell, London, England


Parents:
Father: James GARDNER
Mother: Caroline

Source Information:

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
P0062611763-17640254571 -0254577 Film0820773 Film
P0062611801-18130254571 -0254577 FilmNONE
P0062611816-18450254571 -0254577 FilmNONE

James married Charlotte ARTHUR 1Q 1841 in St James Westminster. Charlotte was born Est 1820.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 80 F    i. Jessie GARDNER was born circa 1844.

+ 81 F    ii. Mary Ann GARDNER was born circa 1843.

39. Caroline GARDNER (Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1819, was christened 19 Nov 1819 in St Giles Camberwell, and died young.

General Notes: Caroline GARDENER
Sex: F


Event(s):
Christening: 19 Nov 1819
Saint Giles, Camberwell, London, England


Parents:
Father: James GARDENER
Mother: Caroline

Source Information:

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
P006261 1763-1764 0254571 -0254577 Film 0820773 Film
P006261 1801-1813 0254571 -0254577 Film NONE
P006261 1816-1845 0254571 -0254577 Film NONE

Research Notes: Caroline GARDENER
Sex: F


Event(s):
Christening: 19 Nov 1819
Saint Giles, Camberwell, London, England


Parents:
Father: James GARDENER
Mother: Caroline

Source Information:

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
P006261 1763-1764 0254571 -0254577 Film 0820773 Film
P006261 1801-1813 0254571 -0254577 Film NONE
P006261 1816-1845 0254571 -0254577 Film NONE

40. Mary Ann GARDNER (Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1820 and died young.

41. Henry John GARDNER (Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born in 1823 in London, Middlesex, Eng., was christened 23 Nov 1823, and died in America.

General Notes: Printer in Quincy, Illinois

Research Notes:

Henry John GARDNER
Sex: M


Event(s):
Christening: 23 Nov 1823
Saint James, Westminster, London, England


Parents:
Father: James GARDNER
Mother: Caroline

Henry Gardner Year: 1858 Place: Pennsylvania Source Publication Code: 109 Primary Immigrant: Gardner, Henry Annotation: vols. 14:4 - 22:2 (December 1993-February 1994 - June-August 2001). Source Bibliography: COPIED FROM NATURALIZATION DOCKET #1 AT THE BLAIR COUNTY COURTHOUSE.Blair County Genealogical Society Newsletter.vols. 6:1 - 14:3 (March-May 1985 - September-November 1993). Page: 6







Henry J. Gardner
Home in 1880: Quincy, Adams, Illinois
Age: 56
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1824
BirthPlace: England
Relation to head-of-household: Self
Father's birthplace: SCOTLAND
Mother's birthplace: SCOTLAND
Neighbors: View others on page
Occupation: Printer
Marital status: Widower
Race: White
Gender: Male

Household Members:
Name Age
Henry J. Gardner 56
Carrie M. Gardner 27
J. Harry Gardner 25
Charles W. Gardner 22
Mary A. Hill 27 .............................................Visitor Niece
Malinda Wright 25

He was

• He worked as a Publisher and Printer in 1880 Census.

Henry married Jessica (Mrs Henry John??) GARDNER. Jessica was born circa 1833 in England.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 82 F    i. Harriet GARDNER was born Est 1848 in England.

+ 83 M    ii. James GARDNER was born Est 1951 in England.

+ 84 F    iii. Carrie GARDNER was born in 1853 in Illinois, USA.

+ 85 M    iv. John Harry GARDNER was born in 1856 in Illinois, USA.

+ 86 M    v. Charles William GARDNER was born Est 1858 in Illinois, USA.

42. Jessie Isabell GARDNER (Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born in 1826 in London, Middlesex, Eng. and was christened 17 May 1826 in St. James Westminster, London.

Research Notes: 1841 Census - with her siblings living with her Aunt Jessie Frazer. No 5 Minto Street
Occupation: Ind
Parish Number: 685/2
ED: 3G
Page: 2 (click to see others on page)

Janet Cameron abt 1813 Midlothian, Scotland Edinburgh St Cuthberts Midlothian 685/2
Jessie Frazer abt 1796 Midlothian, Scotland Edinburgh St Cuthberts Midlothian 685/2
Charles Gardner abt 1829 England Edinburgh St Cuthberts Midlothian 685/2
Jessie Gardner abt 1827 England Edinburgh St Cuthberts Midlothian 685/2
John Gardner abt 1831 England Edinburgh St Cuthberts Midlothian 685/2
Robert Gardner abt 1833 England Edinburgh St Cuthberts Midlothian 685/2
Mary Paterson abt 1818 Scotland Edinburgh St Cuthberts Midlothian 685/2


(IGI) + JDH/MH This baptism was originally shown as being at Marylebone
Jessie Isabella GARDNER
Sex: F
Marriage(s):
Spouse: Archibald PARK
Marriage: 28 Aug 1845
Saint Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland

Source Information: Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type
M119902 1845-1849 1066766 Film 6900813


Jessie Isabell GARDNER
Sex: F
Event(s):
Christening: 17 May 1826
Saint James, Westminster, London, England
Parents:
Father: James GARDNER
Mother: Caroline

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout C
C723012 1823-1826 1042310 Film 6904122 Film



PARK
sex: M
Event(s):
Birth: 31 Jan 1857
Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
Parents:
Father: Archibald PARK
Mother: Jessie Isabella GARDNER

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout
C116851 1855-1862 6035516 REGISTER Film NONE



PARK
Sex: M
Event(s):
Birth: 31 Aug 1858
Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
Parents:
Father: Archibald PARK
Mother: Jessie Isabella GARDNER

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout
C116851 1855-1862 6035516 REGISTER Film NONE

PARK
Sex: F
Event(s):
Birth: 4 Jun 1861
Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
Parents:
Father: Archibald PARK
Mother: Jessie Isabella GARDNER

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout
C116851 1855-1862 6035516 REGISTER Film NONE
Sheet:

PARK
Sex: F
Event(s):
Birth: 7 Oct 1863
Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
Father: Archibald PARK
Mother: Jessie Isabella GARDNER

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout
C116852 1863-1869 6035516 REGISTER Film NONE

Caroline Harieat PARK
Sex: F
Event(s):
Birth: 28 Mar 1852
Saint Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
Parents:
Father: Archibald PARK
Mother: Jessie Isabella GARDNER
Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout
C119894 1855-1856 1066763 Film 6901046 Film

Elizabeth Charlotte PARK
Sex: F
Event(s):
Birth: 03 Mar 1854
Saint Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
Parents:
Father: Archibald PARK
Mother: Jessie Isabella GARDNER
Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout
C119894 1855-1856 1066763 Film 6901046 Film


Albert John PARK
Sex: M
Event(s):
Birth: 22 Mar 1850
Saint Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
Parents:
Father: Archibald PARK
Mother: Jessie Isabella GARDNER
Source Information:

Film Number:
Page Number:
Reference Number:

Albert John has no Batch number and there is no record of Archibald.



Dwelling: 1 James Street
Census Place: Duddingston, Edinburgh, Scotland
Source: FHL Film 0223988 GRO Ref Volume 684-1 EnumDist 2 Page 1
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Caroline PARK U 28 F Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland
Rel: Head
Occ: Annuitant
Charlotte ROSS U 26 F Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland
Rel: Visitor
Euphemia ANDERSON U 15 F Laverockland, Haddington, Scotland
Rel: Serv
Occ: General Serv


Institution: "Industrial Brigade" 72 Grove St
Census Place: Edinburgh St Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Scotland
Source: FHL Film 0223992 GRO Ref Volume 685-1 EnumDist 72 Page 28
Archibald PARK 17 M Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland
Rel: Inmate
Occ: Message Boy

THIS LAD IS THE ROUGHLY THE RIGHT AGE TO BE THE ARCHIBALD PARK WHO SHOWS IN THE ELLIS ISLAND RECORDS AS A SEAMAN. THIS BIRTH IS NOT IN THE THE IGI.

Jessie married Archibald PARK, son of Unknown and Unknown, 28 Aug 1845 in St Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, Midlothian. Archibald was born about 1820.

He was

• He was

Children from this marriage were:

+ 87 M    i. Archibald PARK was born circa 1866.29

Archibald married Mrs. PARK.

+ 88 M    ii. Frederick A PARK was born circa 1847 in St Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, Midlothian.

Frederick married Emily A Mrs FA PARK.

+ 89 M    iii. James B PARK 30 was born circa 1849 in St Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, Midlothian.

+ 90 M    iv. Albert I PARK was born in 1851 in St Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, Midlothian.

+ 91 F    v. Caroline H PARK was born circa 1862 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

+ 92 F    vi. Charlotte E PARK 31 was born circa 1857 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

+ 93 M    vii. Thomas H PARK was born circa 1857.

+ 94 M    viii. Frazer C PARK was born circa 1859 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

43. Charles William GARDNER (Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 17 Mar 1828 in Saint James, Westminster, London, England, was christened 30 Apr 1828, and died before 1871.

Research Notes: Served in the Navy - not a successful career for him.




Charles William GARDNER
Sex: M


Event(s):
Christening: 30 Apr 1828
Saint James, Westminster, London, England


Parents:
Father: James GARDNER
Mother: Caroline

Source Information:

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
C1475051826-18411042311 Film6904122 Film
Sheet:

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Event(s):
Birth:
JUN 1829 Benson, Oxford, England
Christening:
Death:
About 1870
Burial:

Parents:
Father: Benjamin Arthur Family
Mother: Caroline Ester Strainge

Marriages:
Spouse: Charles william Gardner Family
Marriage:
1849 Benson, Oxford, England

Charles married Mary ARTHUR, daughter of Benjamin ARTHUR and Caroline Esther STRAINGE, 2Q 1857 in Wallingford 2c 539. Mary was born circa 1829.

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Mary Arthur
Female Family

Event(s):
Birth:
JUN 1829 Benson, Oxford, England
Christening:
Death:
About 1870
Burial:

Parents:
Father: Benjamin Arthur Family
Mother: Caroline Ester Strainge

Marriages:
Spouse: Charles william Gardner Family
Marriage:
1849 Benson, Oxford, England


The child from this marriage was:

+ 95 M    i. Charles James GARDNER was born 2Q 1859 in W. Derby.

Charles married Sarah Ann STURROCK.32

44. John "Jack" GARDNER (Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born Est 1830 and was christened 11 Feb 1830 in Saint James, Westminster, London, England.

Research Notes: Believed to have been known as Jack; was a sea-faring man, who left a widow and
a son.


Went to England on holiday in1895 (Ellis Island). No earlier records


John GARDNER
Sex: M


Event(s):
Christening: 11 Feb 1830
Saint James, Westminster, London, England


Parents:
Father: James GARDNER
Mother: Caroline

Source Information:

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
C147505 1826-1841 1042311 Film 6904122

He was

• He was

John married Laura DEMMA, daughter of Laura Mrs DEMMA and Unknown, circa 1958. Laura was born circa 1828.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 96 F    i. Laura GARDNER was born circa 1859 in Scotland.

+ 97 M    ii. James GARDNER was born circa 1860 in Scotland.33

+ 98 M    iii. Thomas GARDNER was born Est 1863 in England.

45. Robert William GARDNER (Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born in 1832 in London, Middlesex, Eng., was christened 18 May 1832 in St James, Westminster, London, and died in America.

General Notes: Owner of Wholesale and Retail Hardware store in Quincy Illinois. Value of property $25,000, personal $10.000

Research Notes: According to Aunt Margaret's letters to JDH this Robert, together with his
brother Henry went to America. Nicknamed "The Brothers Cheerible" (sic) from
Dickens. (?E Cherryble - Nicholas Nickleby) She believes Robert was married
had made a lot of money as proprieter of some "stores". He had a daughter
who married an employee, which he did not like, Aunt M remembered.

Robert William GARDNER
Sex: M


Event(s):
Christening: 18 May 1832
Saint James, Westminster, London, England


Parents:
Father: James GARDNER
Mother: Caroline

Source Information:

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
C1475051826-18411042311 Film6904122


Occupation Merchant Age 23 Sex M Literacy U Arrived 22 Aug 1859 Origin England Port Bremen & Southampton Last Residence U Destination USA Plan Unknown Ship Bremen Passage Unknown

Robert W. Gardner
Home in 1880: Quincy, Adams, Illinois
Age: 48
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1832
BirthPlace: England
Relation to head-of-household: Self
Spouses's Name: Mary A.
Father's birthplace: SCOTLAND
Mother's birthplace: ENG
Neighbors: View others on page
Occupation: Maft.
Marital status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Male


View image
Household Members:
Name Age
Robert W. Gardner 48
Mary A. Gardner 47
John W. Gardner 16
Paul H. Gardner 8
Louis C. Neustadt 27
Effie M. Neustadt 23
Edith Neustadt 10M
Katthy Blakesler 76
Carry Waltman 14
Fannie Resch 19


Robert Gardner -------------------------------------------Shown as Master Machinist
Age in 1860: 28
Birth Year: abt 1832
BirthPlace: Scotland
Home in 1860: Quincy Ward 2, Adams, Illinois
Gender: Male
Post Office: Quincy
Value of real estate: View image
Household Members:
Name Age
Robert Gardner 28
Mary Gardner 27
Effie Gardner 3
Hellen Gardner 1
Willis Blakeslee 30

Robert married Mary BLAKESLEY 19 16 Dec 1855 in Adams County, Illinois. Mary was born Est 1834 in Ohio.19

Marriage Notes: Robert W. Gardner
Gender: Male
Spouse Name: Mary A. Blakesley
Marriage Date: Dec 16, 1855
Marriage County: Adams
Comments: This record can be found at the County Court Records, Film # 1845384 -1845385.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 99 F    i. Effie GARDNER was born in 1867 in Illinois, USA.

Effie married Louis C NEUSTADT 34 circa 1878 in Illinois, USA.

+ 100 F    ii. Helen GARDNER was born in 1860 in Illinois, USA.

+ 101 M    iii. Willie GARDNER 19 was born Est 1664 in Illinois, USA.19

+ 102 F    iv. Mary GARDNER was born Est 1869 in Illinois, USA.

+ 103 M    v. John William GARDNER was born Est 1864.

+ 104 M    vi. Paul GARDNER was born Est 1872.

46. Harriet HAYNES (Harriet AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1819 and was christened 17 Nov 1819 in St Giles Camberwell.

Research Notes: HARRIET HAYNES
Female


Event(s):
Birth:
Christening: 19 NOV 1819 Saint Giles, Camberwell, London, England
Death:
Burial:




Parents:
Father: JOHN HAYNES
Mother: HARRIET
P006261

Harriet married Thomas James SMITH. Thomas was born from 1819 to 1820 and died before 1901 census.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 105 F    i. Emily SMITH 35 was born from 1843 to 1844 in Poynton, Cheshire.35

+ 106 M    ii. George John SMITH was born from 1846 to 1847 in Poynton, Cheshire.

George married Jane Shepherd TEE circa 1874.

+ 107 M    iii. Thomas Haynes SMITH was born from 1848 to 1850 in Bellin Fee, Wilmslow, Cheshire.

Thomas married Mary E (Mrs Thomas Haynes) SMITH before 1901.

+ 108 M    iv. Charles Pryce SMITH 36 was born from 1852 to 1853 in Bellin Fee, Wilmslow, Cheshire.

47. Caroline HAYNES (Harriet AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born after Apr 1823, was christened 2 Nov 1823 in Saint Giles, Camberwell, London,, and died 14 Feb 1882 in Hastings.20

Research Notes: Hastings aged 58

After John Hills death Caroline took 3 positions as housekeeper, and then,
when her health started to fail she took David out of school (British Orphan
Asylum at Slough ?) & set up a home for him in Hastings? Stockwell?
Observation : There seems to be some link to Hastings as John was said to be
there when Leslie & Maria married in 1869.
Miss Portus went to Hastings with them. Try 1861 census - Maid ?

? buried in Old Highgate Cem

CAROLINE HAYNES
Female


Event(s):
Birth:
Christening: 02 NOV 1823 Saint Giles, Camberwell, London, England
Death:
Burial:




Parents:
Father: JOHN HAYNES
Mother: HARRIET

Caroline HILL Female

Census taken 3/4 April 1881

Source Information: Dwelling 4 High St Census Place Hastings St Clement, Sussex, England Family History Library Film 1341242

Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 1023 / 38 Page Number 2

Dwelling:4 High St
Census Place:Hastings St Clement, Sussex, England
Source:FHL Film 1341242 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 1023 Folio 38 Page 2
MarrAgeSexBirthplace
William H. PONT M50 MBattle, Sussex, England
Rel:Head
Occ:Sailmaker Overlaying ...
Harriet PONT WifeM54 FHastings, Sussex, England
Rel:Wife
Harriet E. PONT U16 FHastings, Sussex, England
Rel:Daur
John G. PONT 14 MHastings, Sussex, England
Rel:Son
Occ:Scholar
Miniver C. PONT 11 FHastings, Sussex, England
Rel:Daur
Occ:Scholar
Maria C. L. EWAN 14 FLondon, Middlesex, England
Rel:Visitor
Occ:Scholar
Jemima PARKINSON U64 FShacklewell, Middlesex, England
Rel:Lodger
Occ:Annuitant
Eliza KERSHAW U54 FKensington, Middlesex, England
Rel:Lodger
Occ:Annuitant
Caroline HILL(s)W57 FLondon, Middlesex, England
Rel:Lodger
Occ:Annuitant
Emily HAYNES U54 FLondon, Middlesex, England
Rel:Lodger
Occ:Governess School
Maggie E. HILL(s) U27 FLondon, Middlesex, England
Rel:Lodger
Occ:Teacher Of Music

Caroline married John HILLS, son of John HILLS and Ann AGG, 4 Nov 1846 at Altrincham, Cheshire. John was born 17 Mar 1808 in Obelisk/Newington, London, was christened 1 May 1808 in St. Mary's, Newington, and died 11 Feb 1870 in 2, Titchfield Villas, Regents-Park at age 61.

Marriage Notes: Date:SC:GIM XIX 15 Place:Altrincham

Name: HILLS, John
Spouse: Caroline HAYNES
Witness: Harriet SMITH, Thomas J SMITH (her sister and brother-in-law)
Location of Event: Wilmslow, CHS, ENG
Date: 04 Nov 1846
Church: Parish
Source: Ted Wildy's Marriage Witness Index
Found on Rootsweb surname resources

He was

• He was

(Duplicate Line. See Person 34)

48. Eliza HAYNES (Harriet AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was christened 7 Nov 1825 in Saint Giles, Camberwell, London and died bef 1881 census.

Research Notes: ELIZA ANN HAYNES
Female


Event(s):
Birth:
Christening: 07 FEB 1825 Saint Giles, Camberwell, London, England
Death:
Burial:




Parents:
Father: JOHN HAYNES
Mother: ANN
P006261 1816 - 1845 0254571

49. Emily HAYNES (Harriet AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was christened 15 Jan 1826 in Saint Giles, Camberwell, London,.

Research Notes: Anne Grimwade writes :

Quote from a letter to me from my uncle John David Hills 25.11.68 :
"Aunt Emily Haynes - my Hills grandmother's sister was a great character and often stayed with us. I remember her false teel clattering against the rim of her glass of whiskey (sic)."

EMILY HAYNES
Female


Event(s):
Birth:
Christening: 15 JAN 1826 Saint Giles, Camberwell, London, England
Death:
Burial:




Parents:
Father: JOHN HAYNES
Mother: HARRIET

P006261


Dwelling:4 High St
Census Place:Hastings St Clement, Sussex, England
Source:FHL Film 1341242 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 1023 Folio 38 Page 2
MarrAgeSexBirthplace
William H. PONTM50 MBattle, Sussex, England
Rel:Head
Occ:Sailmaker Overlaying ...
Harriet PONTM54 FHastings, Sussex, England
Rel:Wife
Harriet E. PONTU16 FHastings, Sussex, England
Rel:Daur
John G. PONT 14 MHastings, Sussex, England
Rel:Son
Occ:Scholar
Miniver C. PONT 11 FHastings, Sussex, England
Rel:Daur
Occ:Scholar
Maria C. L. EWAN 14 FLondon, Middlesex, England
Rel:Visitor
Occ:Scholar
Jemima PARKINSONU64 FShacklewell, Middlesex, England
Rel:Lodger
Occ:Annuitant
Eliza KERSHAWU54 FKensington, Middlesex, England
Rel:Lodger
Occ:Annuitant
Caroline HILLSW57 FLondon, Middlesex, England
Rel:Lodger
Occ:Annuitant
Emily HAYNESU54 FLondon, Middlesex, England
Rel:Lodger
Occ:Governess School
Maggie E. HILLSU27 FLondon, Middlesex, England
Rel:Lodger
Occ:Teacher Of Music


1861 Census Emily was living in Shrewsbury with her Aunt Ann Hills. Ann was a proprietor of houses, Emily was a Governess and Margaret Ann HILLS (daughter, 46 unmarried) was a teacher of music. Also there was Thomas Hills, Ann's grandson who later came to Australia


in 1851 There was

Emily Haynes
Age: 25
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1826
Relation: Governess In Family Of Resident Physician
Gender: Female
Where born: Regent Street, Middlesex, England

Civil parish: Shrewsbury St Julian
Ecclesiastical parish: St Julian
Town: Bicton
County/Island: Shropshire
Country: England


Registration district: Shrewsbury
Sub-registration district: St Mary
ED, institution, or vessel: Salop and Montgomery Counties Lunatic Asylum

50. John ? HAYNES (Harriet AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1829.

Sixth Generation (3rd Great-Grandchildren)


51. Frances COX (David (Jr.) COX5, Mary AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 8 Aug 1837 and died 6 May 1899 at age 61.

General Notes: Ian Cooke (OWSC) says she became a nurse and was a night sister and superintendent at the Middlesex Hospital.

JDH states that there is a tablet in her memory in the chapel of Middlesex Hospital.

52. Hannah ("Annie") COX (David (Jr.) COX5, Mary AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 28 Oct 1840 in Cowley Road, Kennington,21 was christened 11 Dec 1840 in St Marks, Kennington, and died 17 Apr 1909 at age 68.

Research Notes: Cousin Annie to HGH's children though he called them by their Christian names even though they were much older.

53. Mary Catherine COX (David (Jr.) COX5, Mary AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 12 Jan 1844 in Brixton Hill, Brixton, Lnd Sw2, was christened 6 Mar 1844 in St Marks, Kennington, and died 26 Jul 18688 10 at age 24.

Research Notes: Cooke states she died aged 24.

54. Emily COX (David (Jr.) COX5, Mary AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 29 Mar 1846 in Brixton Hill, Brixton, Lnd Sw2, was christened 6 May 1846 in St Marks, Kennington,22 and died in 1922 at age 76. She never married and had no children.

55. Mary RAY (Mary AGG5, Thomas AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 11 Nov 1827 in Croydon, Sry.

56. Jacob RAY (Mary AGG5, Thomas AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 12 Dec 1830 in Croydon, Sry.

57. Thomas AGG (Thomas AGG5, Thomas AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was christened 9 Apr 1837 in St Clement Danes, Westminster.

58. Daughter AGG (Thomas AGG5, Thomas AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1).

Daughter married Mr COOPER. Mr was born circa 1835.

The child from this marriage was:

   109 M    i. John COOPER was born circa 1872.

Research Notes: JOHN FRANCIS COOPER
Male


Event(s):
Birth: 25 NOV 1861
Christening: 24 AUG 1862 Weld Chapel, Southgate, London, England
Death:
Burial:




Parents:
Father: JOHN COOPER <individual_record.asp?recid=500070310067&lds=1®ion=2&frompage=1> Family <family_group_record.asp?familyid=92311711&indi_id=500070310067&lds=1®ion=2&frompage=1>
Mother: EMILY <individual_record.asp?recid=500070310068&lds=1®ion=2&frompage=1>








Messages:
Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.


Source Information:
Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type:
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59. Mary ALEXANDER (Sarah Margaret AGG5, Thomas AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1834 in St Pancras, London.

60. Anne ALEXANDER (Sarah Margaret AGG5, Thomas AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1837 in St Paul Covent Garden Westminster.

61. Ellen ALEXANDER (Sarah Margaret AGG5, Thomas AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1842.

62. Emily Ann CLEWETT (Elizabeth Ann WAIN5, Margaret AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1831 and was christened 5 Mar 1837.

Research Notes: Individual Record FamilySearch™ Pedigree Resource File


Emily Ann CLEWETT Compact Disc #37 Pin #510669
Sex: F


Event(s):
Birth: 1831 Place: London, Eng
Christening: 5 Mar 1837 Place: St.Mark, Kennington, London, Eng
Death: Deceased Place: Eng


Parents:
Father: Edwin CLEWETT <individual_record.asp?recid=370510632> Disc #37 Pin #510632
Mother: Elizabeth Ann WAIN <individual_record.asp?recid=370510633> Disc #37 Pin #510633



63. Margaret Ann CLEWETT (Elizabeth Ann WAIN5, Margaret AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 183316 and was christened 5 Mar 1837 in St Marks, Kennington.

64. Charles Felix CLEWETT (Elizabeth Ann WAIN5, Margaret AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was christened 4 Mar 1837 in St Marks, Kennington.

Research Notes: Charles Felix CLEWETT
Sex: M


Event(s):
Christening: 5 Mar 1837
Saint Mark, Kennington, London, England


Parents:
Father: Edwin CLEWETT
Mother: Elizabeth

Source Information:

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
P015571 1825-1827 0375289 -0375291 Film 0820763 Film
P015571 1832-1875 0375289 -0375291 Film NONE

65. Ellen CLEWETT (Elizabeth Ann WAIN5, Margaret AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was christened 5 Mar 1837 in St Marks, Kennington.

Research Notes:

66. Mary Ann CLEWETT (Elizabeth Ann WAIN5, Margaret AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was christened 5 Mar 1837.

Research Notes: Mary Ann CLEWETT
Sex: F


Event(s):
Christening: 5 Mar 1837
Saint Mark, Kennington, London, England


Parents:
Father: Edwin CLEWETT
Mother: Elizabeth

Source Information:

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
P015571 1825-1827 0375289 -0375291 Film 0820763 Film
P015571 1832-1875 0375289 -0375291 Film NONE

67. Edwin CLEWETT (Elizabeth Ann WAIN5, Margaret AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 23 Apr 1839 in Vauxhall, London.

Research Notes: Edwin CLEWETT
Sex: M


Event(s):
Birth: 23 Apr 1839
Wooden House, Vauxhall, London, England


Parents:
Father: Edwin CLEWETT
Mother: Elizabeth Ann WAIN

Source Information:

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
2260106 - 1553204 Film NONE
Sheet: 72

68. George CLEWETT (Elizabeth Ann WAIN5, Margaret AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 8 Jun 1841.

69. John "Leslie" HILLS (John HILLS5, Ann AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 26 Sep 1847 at 5, Harleyford Place, Kennington, Lnd23 and was christened 20 Oct 1847 in St Marks, Kennington.

General Notes: Worked for Bradbury Wilkinson & Co. Banknote paper and postage stamp
manufacturers.

Research Notes:

Caused great consternation to the family when he secretly married the
"pretty little dimpled maid-of-all-work employed by his parents. Maria
arrived one day with the marriage certificate. Aunt M reports her Aunt
Margaret (#58 -1815-1873) saying "Maggie I've got something very sad to tell you.

1881
14 Dalyell Rd
Census Place: Lambeth, Surrey, England
Source: FHL Film 1341143 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 0620 Folio 36 Page 65
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
John Leslie HILLS M 32 M London, Middlesex, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Clerk Coml
Edith Maria HILLS M 33 F Whilley Crook
Rel: Wife
William Haynes HILLS U 11 M London, Middlesex, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Arthur John HILLS U 9 M London, Middlesex, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Frank Leslie HILLS U 7 M London, Middlesex, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Lillian Amy HILLS U 2 F London, Middlesex, England
Rel: Daur
Ellen Maud HILLS U 9 m F London, Middlesex, England
Rel: Daur
David Cox HILLS U 20 M London, Middlesex, England
Rel: Brother
Occ: Midshipman RN Navy Offr


Edith Maria TILLSON
Sex: F


Marriage(s):
Spouse: John Leslie HILLS
Marriage: 12 May 1869
Saint Martin In The Fields, Westminster, London, England

Source Information:

Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
M001455 1848-1851 0561169 Film 6901259 Film
M001455 1851-1854 0561170 Film NONE
M001455 1854-1859 0561171 Film NONE
M001455 1859-1864 0561172 Film NONE
M001455 1864-1869 0561173 Film NONE
M001455 1869-1873 0561174 Film NONE
M001455 1873-1878 0561175 Film

He was

• He was

John married Edith Maria TILLSON 12 May 1869 in St Martin In The Fields, Westminster.24 Edith was born Est 1840 and died in 1897 aged about 57.

Children from this marriage were:

   110 M    i. William "Willie" Haynes HILLS was born in 1870 in London, Middlesex, Eng. and died in Canada Dsp.

Research Notes: Willie was in 1881 Census when he was shown as being 11 years old and living at 14 Dalyell Rd Lambeth Surrey

He was

• He was

   111 M    ii. Arthur John "Jack" HILLS 27 was born Est 1873 in London, Middlesex, Eng.27 and died young.

Research Notes: YNG died without issue

He was

• He was

   112 M    iii. Frank Leslie HILLS was born circa 1874 in London, Middlesex, Eng..27

Research Notes: Hills, Frank Roy Record Type: Births Quarter: December Year: 1901 District: Wandsworth County: London Surrey Volume: 1d Page: 672

Frank married Laura DANCE, daughter of Richard DANCE and Sarah (Mrs Richard ) DANCE, 1900 Dec Q 1d 612 in Lambeth. Laura was born circa 1876 in Clapham.

Marriage Notes: Dance, Laura Record Type: Marriages Quarter: December Year: 1900 District: Lambeth County: Greater London London Surrey Volume: 1d Page: 612

He was

• She was

   113 F    iv. Lilian Amy Louise HILLS was born 29 May 1878 in Brixton Hill, Brixton, Lnd Sw2 and died in Birmingham.

Research Notes: lived in Polesworth, Warks

   114 F    v. Ellen Maud HILLS 27 was born in 1880.27

Research Notes: Sylvia Locke Hills remembers visiting her in Wimbledon

Ellen married Ernest Albert MAYS 1903 JunQ 1d 533 in Lambeth. Ernest was born circa 1880.

Marriage Notes: Hills, Ellen Maud M 1903 June Lambeth Greater London London Surrey 1d 533
Mays, Ernest Albert 1903 June Lambeth Greater London London Surrey 1d 533

   115 M    vi. Henry George (Harry) HILLS was born 24 Apr 1883 in Lambeth, London, died 25 Dec 1956 in Sellyoak Hospital at age 73, and was buried in Yardley Cemetery, Birmingham.

Research Notes: 1908 directory of London suburbs lists a Harry Hills at 63 Clapham Road near Handforth Road.

Sylvia says that he was a excellent signwriter

Henry married Sarah GILKS. Sarah was born circa 1895.

70. Thomas "Tom" Agg HILLS (John HILLS5, Ann AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 4 May 1849 in 5, Harleyford Place, Kennington, London, was christened 25 Jul 1849 in St Marks, Kennington,15 died 23 Jun 1908 in Melbourne, Vic, Aust. at age 59, and was buried 24 Jun 1908 in Brighton Cem..

General Notes: Was Admitted as a Fellow of Institute of Incorporated Accountants in Melbourne on 16 November 1892. Was an accountant and Mining agent in the partnership Hills and Melvin until his death in 1908

Research Notes: From Trove : Was a director until he died of the Tasman and Crown Lyell Extended mines in Victoria.

Date:IV 255 ST C Place:June 1849, Lambeth IV 255
Buried 7 ft down in Grave No 175

1901 : 31 Queen St Melbourne. (Broken Hill Chambers Rooms 6 & 7 on the 2nd Floor of 7 )
There was a Tom Hills listed as living at "Caer Glow" James St, Caulfield.
1902 : 443 Collins St (South Side of St, First Floor) p.r. James St, Glen Huntley
1903 : 414-418 Collins St (Royal Insurance Building) - Legal Manager & acc.
p.r. 44 Beaconsfield Par. St Kilda
1904 : " Accountant as above, but also as HILLS & MELVIN - Mining Agents same add.
p.r. 44 Beaconsfield Par. St Kilda
1905 "as 1904 p.r. 73 Park St, St Kilda (second from corner : George Hartley of Anderson & Hartley, Hessian manufacturers on the corner).
1906 " No Change
1907/8 " p.r. 79 Brighton Rd St Kilda, Pvt Tel 269, Windsor
1909 " Only HILLS & MELVIN listed at 414 Collins St
1910 Mrs Hilda Hills, 40 William St, St Kilda
1910 David Melvin, Mining Agent at 414 Collins St. p.r. 23 Chapel St, St Kilda.

He is shown as being 54 (quite clearly 54 not 59) at burial, but he was actually 59. He is shown on the death certificate as being 39 when he married too, but his marriage certificate gives his correct age.

Thomas Hills was said by Aunt M. "to be inclined to be chesty and poss.
TB subject, was sent off to Australia, where he married and farmed and
completely recovered." His father's occupation is given as "Gent" in the
baptismal register.
Called himself Tom AGG HILLS on Loveday's birth certificate in 1899 in Vic
Was Admitted as a Fellow of Institute of Incorporated Accountants in Melbourne on 16 November 1892. In the Melbourne Directory 1901-1910 (microfiche at Alexander Library 14 May 1998)
he is listed thus (always in BIG print as HILLS, Tom Agg) :


A History of Port Melbourne
by Nancy U'Ren & Noel Turnbull
First published 1983 by Oxford University Press. ISBN 0 19 554392 0.
This book focuses on the social and political history of Port Melbourne, which was originally known as Liardet's Beach, and then Sandridge. Includes a full list of councillors and mayors of the municipality up to the time of publication.
Biographical Index
Date added: 17-Nov-2000 Pages 214/5 Don't know if this is our Tom

Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954) (about)<Saturday 2 November 1907><Page of 12
Institute of Accountants.--We have received from the honorary secretaries, Messrs. H. Dunstan Vane and David Fell, further information regarding the new Institute of Practising Accountants in Australasia. At tihe first council meet- ing, which was held in Melbourne, there were present\emdash -Messrs. Thomas Brentnall, of Victoria; A. J. Brierley, of New South Wales; F. B. Carter, of West Australia; David Fell, of New South Wales; C.M. Holmes, of Victoria; C. J. Inglis, of Tas- mania; R. W. B. Mackenzie, of Victoria; Sinclair J. M'Gibbon, of West Australia; J. Edwin Thomas, of South Australia; H. Dunstan Vane, of New South Wales; Thomas C. Walker, of South Australia, L. L. Wilson, of Victoria; F. N. Yar- wood, of New South Wales, and H. J. Wise, of Tasmania. Mr. Brentnall was unanimously elected as first president, and Messrs F. N. Yarwood and J. Edwin Thomas vice-presidents, and Messrs. Vane and Fell honorary secretaries pro tem. Applications from about 200 established practising accountants throughout the Commonwealth were received, and the applicants duly elected. The method of incorporation in each state and the designation of the institute were finally decided. Local councils for each state were established, being represented by the undermentioncd:\emdash New South Wales - Messrs. Horace Bately Allard, Joseph Edward Bowes, Ar- thur James Brierly, Samuel James Carruthers, David Fell, Alexander Allan Rattray, Herbert Dunstan Vane, Frank Nelson Yarwood. Victoria \emdash Messrs. Thomas Brentnall, Tom Agg Hills, Charles Morell Holmes, John M'Alister Howden, Robert William Berry Macken- zie, Frank Suetonius Officer, William James Runting, Edwin Lionel Wilson, and Frederick Hamilton Wilson. South Australia\emdash -Messrs. Walter Edwin Dalton, William Selby Douglas, Arthur Young Harvey, Andrew Sinclair Neill, Jabez Ed- win Thomas, and Thomas Campbell Walker. West Australia\emdash -Messrs. Fran- cis Bird Carter, David John Goyder, Sin- clair James M'Gibbon, Alexander Donald Rankin, Harold Edmond Smith, James Lewis Berkley Weir. Tasmania\emdash -Messrs. George Thomas Bastard, Gordon Leonard Creasey, Peter Facy, Charles John Inglis, James Reid, and Harry Joshua Wise. Queensland\emdash Messrs.. Charles Alexander Clarke, George Sylvester Murphy, and Theodore Oscar Unmack. The question of admission of future applicants for membership was discussed, and the hon- orary secretaries were authorised to re- ceive applications to be dealt with in accordance with the regulations. Finance and general purposes, Parliamentary, law, and other committees were appoint ed, and it was resolved that the first examination be held in October, 1908. The question of the appointment of a registrar was deferred for further con sideration, the joint honorary secretaries consenting to continue to act in the meanwhile. " Mr. H. Dunstan Vaiine was elected honorary treasurer, and Messrs. Norton Smith and Co., of Sydney, and Messrs. Blake and Riggall, of Melbourne, as solicitors. It was decided that the domicile should be fixed for the time being in Sydney. The next meeting of the council was left to be fixed by the finance and general purposes committee. Upon the incorporation of the institute, memorandum and articles of association will be forwarded to each member. Lantern Lecture.-On Tuesday evening a lantern

Medical Notes: (Pneumonia/cardiac failure)

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Thomas married Hilda Emily Jane WILLIAMS, daughter of William WILLIAMS and Jane Ferguson GILLARD, in 1893 in Holy Trinity, E Melbourne, Vic, Australia. Hilda was born in 1869 and died in 1946 in Aged 77 E St Kilda at age 77.

Marriage Notes: Place:Vic Marriage Cert No 3930

The child from this marriage was:

   116 F    i. Loveday HILLS was born in 1899 in Caulfield, Victoria, Aus37 and died in 1976 in Camberwell, Vic38 39 at age 77. The cause of her death was Pneumonia and Emphysema.

Research Notes: 166. The Golden Thread (HOMICIDE)

Ralph Anderson.......Vic Gordon
Maurice Sharp.......Paul Karo
Teresa Nelson.......Kim O'Leary
Tony Warren.......Charles Little
Kathleen Anderson.......Pat McLean



.......Bill Bowker
.......Laurence Davies
.......Loveday Hills
.......Tony Shepp

Synopsis: Teenage cyclist Teresa Nelson is found strangled on a lonely bush track, and detectives question a youth who had been cycling with her just before her death.

Airdate:.......23/7/68
http://www.geocities.com/TelevisionCity/Studio/5745/HomEps2.htm

74. End Of Class

Cheryl Reade.......Joy Mitchell
Alan Thompson.......Roland Heimans
Gary Brennan.......Brian Hannan
Howard Brennan.......Chris Christensen
Winnie Brennan.......Loveday Hills
Bob Reade.......Ronald Dix
Fred Mueller.......Earl Francis
Purvis.......William Adams
Lorraine Purvis.......Sandra Greentree
James Fitzgerald.......Ian Bennett
Student 1.......Jan Bladier
Student 2.......Gary Conway

Script.......Della Foss-Paine
Director.......Bruce Ross-Smith
Film Director.......David Lee
Producer.......Ian Crawford
Executive Producer.......Dorothy Crawford
Associate Producer.......Sonia Borg
Script Editor.......Phil Freedman

Synopsis: Lorraine Purvis's classmates are shocked when she falls to her death from a roof. But some of them are suspects as police try to establish if it was suicide, accident, or murder.

Notes: Introduced by John Fegan discussing the plight of today's youth.

Airdate:.......16/8/66

The History of St Martins
Established in 1980 as an initiative of the State Government through the Ministry of the Arts, St Martins strives to empower young people within the performing arts by initiating hands on projects, creative opportunities and exposure to artists and artistic practices of the highest calibre.
Drama on site in 1900
The Melbourne Little Theatre buy the site in 1934
Building St Martins Theatre in 1956
Why the Name "St Martins"
A Change of Direction in 1972: St Martins Theatre Guild
The Birth of St Martins Youth Arts Centre
Historical Facts about the Buildings and Site
Drama on site in 1900
At the turn of the 20th century, during a period of religious revival in the local parish, members of the congregation of the mission of Christ Church, South Yarra built St Chad's Chapel of Ease on what is now the site of the St Martins Theatre Complex. Between 1900 & 1929 it served the parishioners as a place of worship on Sunday and served the community as an educational centre for the teaching of drama, art, elocution and other cultural subjects during the week. [top]
The Melbourne Little Theatre buy the site in 1934
In 1929 the Chapel was sold privately and for several years was used as a studio and arts centre until, in 1934, the Melbourne Little Theatre purchased the disused chapel and shifted their base to it. The Melbourne Little Theatre was founded by Brett Randall and Hal Percy. The company began operations with a performance of The Fanatics by Miles Malleson on December 2, 1931 in Central Hall and then shifted, temporarily, into the Fawkner Park Kiosk where they commenced work with Phyllis Morris' The Rescue Party, and continued to perform for three years on a specially constructed collapsible stage and proscenium . The set and stage had to be cleared away after each performance to allow for dances and other functions.On April 28, 1934, The Melbourne Little Theatre held their first performance at St Chad's, presenting Ashley Duke's adaptation of Georg Kaiser's expressionist play Von Morgens Bis Mitternachts (From Morn 'til Midnight). [top]
Building St Martins Theatre in 1956
The Melbourne Little Theatre performed repertory in St Chad's small 126 seat auditorium until 1955 when the chapel was demolished to make way for the new St Martins Theatre which opened on August 24, 1956. The first production to be performed in the new theatre was Tiger at the Gates by Jean Giraudoux.
Why the Name "St Martins"
Up until that time the narrow lane which led to the site was known as Martins Street named after a local merchant, William Carrick Martin, but as the new theatre neared completion, The Randalls obtained permission to rename the street St Martins Lane after their new theatre and their namesake in England.
In its time The Melbourne Little Theatre and St Martins Theatre produced some very well know arts personalities, such as Julia Blake, Terry Norris, Norman Kaye, Kevin Miles, John Truscott, George Fairfax, Frank Thring & so on. [top]
A Change of Direction in 1972: St Martins Theatre Guild
In the late sixties and early seventies, St Martins Theatre experienced a state of flux with declining subscriber lists and somewhat of an identity crisis. In an attempt to stabilise this situation, the St Martins Theatre Guild appointed a former ABC television director, Christopher Muir, as theatre administrator in August of 1972. By the end of that year, Christopher Muir had made the quite controversial decision to bring the recently formed Sydney ensemble, Performance Syndicate to Melbourne as St Martins resident company under the direction of syndicate founder, Rex Cramphorne. The Performance Syndicate commenced their first season at St Martins in February of 1973.
In the mid seventies the Melbourne Theatre Company performed at St Martins for a time until eventually spiralling production costs forced the St Martins Theatre Guild to put the site up for auction. [top]
The Birth of St Martins Youth Arts Centre
In mid 1977, the Victorian Government requested that St Martins Theatre be taken off the market while it considered a number of youth oriented proposals for the future of the site from groups such as the Victorian Youth Theatre Association, The Victorian Arts Council and the Victorian Education Department's Drama Resource Centre. By the end of 1977, the government had purchased the St martins Theatre site, in a move designed to emphasis youth involvement in the Arts in Victoria by establishing a Youth Arts Centre. In 1978 & 79, a youth company operating under the name of St Martins and the direction of Helmut Bakaitas performed in Melbourne & interstate with THE SENSATIONAL SOUTH YARRA SHOW (1978), CAIN'S HAND (1980/1981) and ZIG AND ZAG FOLLIES (1980), and eventually took up residence in the office part of the complex in 1980, incorporating members of the former Melbourne Theatre Company Youth Company.
St Martins Youth Arts Centre was incorporated under the Companies Act of 1961 on March 18, 1980 as a company limited by guarantee. The completed Arts Centre was officially opened by The Hon. Race Matthews MLA, Minister For The Arts, on April 28, 1982.
The first production to be presented in the new centre was BRUNSWICK. THE MUSICAL on May 1, 1982. The new centre consisted of Theatre One, the traditional proscenium arch theatre refurbished and remodelled; Theatre Two, a new studio style performance space and a Gallery with the capability to hold small informal performances, where the original foyer used to be. [top]
Historical Facts about the Buildings and Site.
The area behind the theatre, now used as a carpark, was originally stables for horses which could be hired for riding around the tan track at the botanical gardens. When St Martins Theatre was in operation, the old stables were used as set and costume storage until they were destroyed by fire in 1972 (?) Much of their stock and the two storey stable building were destroyed in the fire. Those costumes which remained have since been taken by the Alexander Theatre at Monash University.


The Peppercorn tree in the carpark is recorded by the National Trust as a Tree of Significance. A plaque in memory of Irene Mitchell is under this tree.


The administration offices at 28 St Martins Lane were originally operated as a factory producing ladies singlets. Many of the original fittings are still in use. In earlier days, the front office was used as a library for St Martins scripts. Many of these are now housed by the Victorian Drama League. Much of the rest was used as storage and workshop space and the workshop area still functions today.
The fly tower on the theatre is "stepped", which is unusual for such a construction. The reason for this goes back to the time of construction when a local "law of light" would not allow the St Martins Theatre to cast shadows onto neighbouring residences. Consequently, the fly tower was modified to meet the legal requirements.
Inside the theatre, the fly tower presented more problems as the side walls were glass, allowing light into the theatre auditorium. Black roller blinds were originally used to solve this problem, then the windows were painted black, and finally solid masking was put in place.
On the outside wall of Theatre One, beside the large dock doors, there still exists a set of pulleys attached to the building. These were once used to hoist backdrops up so that they may be painted or washed.
Two metal seals in the concrete area of the laneway at the back of the theatre, mark the oil tanks for the original air conditioning system.
Once upon a time, the workshop area existed underneath Theatre One stage in what is now the air conditioning room and dressing room area. Further along in what is now the rack room, was the technicians office. The current "pit" area adjacent to the gallery, was the original box office for St Martins Theatre and led through to the administrative offices of the day.


THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me LOVEDAY HILLS of 130 Alma Road East, St Kilda in the State of Victoria, Spinster.

1 I REVOKE all former Wills and testamentory dispositions heretofore made by me.

2 I APPOINT THE EQUITY TRUSTREES EXECUTORS AND AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED of 472 Bourke Street Belbourne in the said State executor and trustee of this my Will (hereinafter called "my trustee").

3. I DIRECT that my Jewellery, my books, my china, my glassware and my pictures shall be divided equally between the survivors of my eleven friends namely -

(a) ALAN BURKE of 130 Church Street, Hawthorn in the State of Victoria Melbourne University Student;

(b) DAN FITZGERALD (usually knwon as Clifton Fitzgerald) of 63 Mitford Street St Kilda in the State of Victoria Salesman;

(c) IRENE HENDERSON (usually known as Irene Mitchell) of Melbourne Little Theatre Martin Street South Yarra in the State of Victoria ;

(d) BRIAN JAMES of Melbourne Little Theatre Martin Street South Yarra in the State of Victoria actor and;

(e) JOHN TYRELL of Melbourne Little Theatre Martin Street South Yarra in the State of Victoria actor and stage manager;

(These names added in handwriting and very hard to read)

(f) KENNETH ROWELL of 43 Westbury Street St Kilda artist;

[Background: Born, Australia. Died, 1999. Won a British Council Scholarship. Designed John Gielgud's Macbeth at Stratford-on-Avon and Hamlet - presented at the Old Vic Theatre, London, the Edinburgh Festival and Elsinore Castle, Denmark. Has designed a large number of operas, plays and ballets for companies including the Royal Ballet, Covent Garden; RSC, Stratford-on-Avon; ENO, Festival Ballet, Ballet Rambert, Prospect Theatre Company, Royal Danish Ballet and Norwegian State Ballet. Also a painter, he is represented in public and private collections in England, Australia and USA. Awarded an AM for service to the performing arts, particularly stage and costume design
OA repertoire: Designs include Don Giovanni, Tannhäuser, Rites of Passage, Rosina, Roméo et Juliette, Norma, Aida, Ba-ta-Clan, Trial By Jury, Les pêcheurs de perles, The Gypsy Princess, La belle Hélène, Lohengrin, Count Ory, Pelléas et Mèlisande, Rigoletto
Other Companies: Tales of Hoffmann (State Opera of South Australia); Madama Butterfly and Fidelio (Opera Queensland); innumerable ballets including the award-winning Giselle (The Australian Ballet)
Recordings/Videos: Videos include The Gipsy Princess

dec.well known painter and theatrical designer married to Victoria Rowell still working 2002)

(g) DOROTHY O'KEEFFE of 99 Glen Ora Avenue East Coburg

(h) FRANK W THRING of Redlands, Toorak Road, Toorak Actor;

(i) LESLIE L PHILLIPS of 41 Marine Parade St Kilda'

(j) MYLES L EASON of 84 German St London Actor;

(k) LINDA BENNETT? of 411 Burke Road, Glen Iris, married woman.

Douglas Leonard McKean
Leslie G Bennett



Great Character Actors
Frank Thring (1926 - 1994) The second great portrayer of ancient Roman aristocrats was Frank Thring. So memorable in "Ben Hur" as Pontius Pilate and in "King of Kings" as Herod Antipas that you felt he was descended of ancient Romans. He was versatile enough for other roles but so perfect in the aforementioned roles that they eclipse his other work. His looks, of course, added to the authenticity of his portrayals, tall and solid with a pouty, round face, sinister, but sleepy, looking eyes and an air of authority in his smooth voice. He was better suited for villainous types but could handle roles of more amiable types. His own persona was flamboyant, witty and quite stylish although he was quite reclusive as far as his private life went. He was born Francis William Thring, Jr. in Melbourne, Australia on May 11, 1926 of a well-known Australian show business family. His father, Frank Sr., headed the successful Eftee Studio in the 1920s in Melbourne and it is said he invented the clapboard still used in films today. Frank Jr. was an only child, educated at private schools and growing up in the shadow of show business. His father died when he was 10. Upon graduation from school he served a stint in the air force. He made his stage debut in 1945 at 19 and soon after was actor-manager of his own repertory theatre, the Arrow in Melbourne. He made his way to the London stage and great success. Kirk Douglas in the 1950s, after seeing him on stage in London, suggested he come to Hollywood and films. His films included: "The Vikings" (1958) with Kirk Douglas, as Aella, his film debut; "The Flaming Sword" (1958) as Gar; his greatest role in "Ben Hur" (1959) with Charlton Heston, as Pontius Pilate; "A Question of Adultery" (1959) as Mr. Stanley; "King of Kings" (1961) as Herod Antipas; "El Cid" (1961) again with Charlton Heston, as Al Kadir, another juicy role; "Age of Consent" (1969) as Godfrey, the Art Dealer; "Ned Kelly" (1970) with Mick Jagger, as Judge Barry; "Alvin Purple Rides Again" (1974) as Fingers; "The Man from Hong Kong" (1975) as Willard; "Mad Dog Morgan" (1976) as Superintendent Cobb; "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome" (1985) with Mel Gibson and Tina Turner, as The Collector; "Death of a Soldier" (1986) as Preacher; "Howling III: The Marsupials" (1987) as Jack Citron and "Hercules Returns" (1993) as Voice, his last film. On TV he appeared in the series: "Skippy" (1966) as Dr. Alexander Stark; "Up the Convicts" (1976); "Bodyline" (1984) a mini-series and "The Gerry Connolly" (1988) as Himself all Australian TV productions. He appeared in an episode of "Mission: Impossible" in 1988. He remained in his native Australia all his life where he appeared in films, onstage and television. He had many bouts with alcoholism in the later years and it affected his career. He worked for a time as a theatre and TV critic for which his acerbic style was well suited. He was married to Joan Cunliffe briefly in the 1950s. From


22 Nov 2002

Spoke to Alan Burke (Playwright) who will try to make a tape of memories for me. Unit 12, 282 Pacific Highway Artarmon, 2064. He suffers from Macular Degeneration.

He says Loveday was an ideosyncratic actress who played The Madwoman of Challiot in a Frank Thring production at his Arrow Theatre. She had an unusual voice and way of speaking which meant she could really only play character roles.

She was very close to John and Val Stafford nee Keast who lived in Camberwell and had six children and Loveday actually died in their house on the night before their daughter's wedding so the poor folks had to marry off their daughter and bury Loveday.

Dorothy O'Keefe was older than Alan who is 79 but she could be still alive.

There is a photographic portrait of her by Irwin Rado, and a painting by Ken Rowell.

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956) (about)<Friday 27 May 1949><Page of 20
Miss Loveday Hills, who
will play Lady Kitty in
Somerset Maugham's com-
edy, The Circle, which
opens at the National
.Theatre tonight. The
season will end on June 11th


LONDON SUCCESS FOR
LITTLE THEATRE
The Wind of Heaven, Emlyn Wil-
liams' latest play, at present having
a great success in London, will have
its Australian premiere at Melbourne
Little Theatre, South Yarra, tonight,
Irene Mitchell will take the Diana
Wynyard role, and Lance Nicholls,
Loveday Hills, Collins Hilton, Moya
Jackson, and Jean Campbell will also
appear. The season will be about
three weeks.


"THE DAY IS GONE"
A murder play which takes a very
original turn is "The Day is Gone,"'
presented by the Melbourne Little
Theatre on Saturday night for a
three weeks* run. The play, by W.
Chetham-Strode, is one of tense
moments, with a good sprinkling of
huraour,**and is interpreted by a cap-
able cast, including Irene Mitchell,
Lance Nicholls, Dorothy OTKeeffe,'
and Loveday Hills. Brett Randall is
the producer. '

71. William HILLS (John HILLS5, Ann AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born in Aug 1850 in Hamilton Place, Kennington ? Dulwich, was christened 31 Jan 1851 in St Marks, Kennington, died in 1866 at age 16, and was buried in Old Highgate Cemetery..

Research Notes: Per the Cambridge World History of Human Disease (Kenneth F. Kiple)
there was a Cholera pandemic that started in 1863 and raged for 12
years through most of western Europe. Some of the summary
articles in the front of this book have bibliographies listing
books in English that are about "history of European pathologies"
and were published as early as 1880. These older books should have
more details about 19th century epidemics. There is also an
encyclopedia of statistics with one volume dedicated to Europe
which may have information on epidemics. My notes from that book
show an interesting "bubble" of increased emigration from the Habsburg lands
in the period 1873-76.

(In a message dated 22nd Nov 1996 from KarenHob@AOL.COM on Genuki Karen Hobbs doing a masters in epidemiology ? ELH)

William Hills aged 16 Marylebone 1a 376 June Q 1867

72. Caroline Ann HILLS (John HILLS5, Ann AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 15 Mar 1852 in Hamilton Place, Kennington, was christened 30 Jun 1852 in St Marks, Kennington, died in 1865 in Regent's Park, London at age 13, and was buried in Old Highgate Cemetery..

Research Notes: 1837 shows a Caroline A Hills June 1/4 1866 aged 14 Marylebone 1a 451

Died in 1865 - get death cert. Father described as Professor of Music in
Bapt register at St Marks, Kennington (LDS : 375291)

73. Margaret Emily "Maggie" HILLS (John HILLS5, Ann AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 1 Oct 1853 in 11 Gloucester Cres. Regents Pk, London,25 was christened 25 Jan 1854 in St Pancras, Old Church, London, and died in Died Unmarried..

General Notes: Educated : Ashbourne School, Derbyshire

Research Notes: Date:1870 Place:Went to Ashbourne School, Derbyshire

"Maggie" when she was young. The source of much of the information about the
Hills family, through her correspondence with John David Hills. She shared
a governess her Cattley cousin Lizzie Wylie, and eventually became a governess
herself. Called "Hilly" by her students. St Caths Dec 1853 St Pancras 1b/13
Old Church ? corner Euston Rd Upper Woburn Place St Pancras


1881 census - about a year before her mother, Caroline, died..
Dwelling:4 High St
Census Place:Hastings St Clement, Sussex, England
Source:FHL Film 1341242 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 1023 Folio 38 Page 2
MarrAgeSexBirthplace
William H. PONTM50 MBattle, Sussex, England
Rel:Head
Occ:Sailmaker Overlaying ...
Harriet PONTM54 FHastings, Sussex, England
Rel:Wife
Harriet E. PONTU16 FHastings, Sussex, England
Rel:Daur
John G. PONT 14 MHastings, Sussex, England
Rel:Son
Occ:Scholar
Miniver C. PONT 11 FHastings, Sussex, England
Rel:Daur
Occ:Scholar
Maria C. L. EWAN 14 FLondon, Middlesex, England
Rel:Visitor
Occ:Scholar
Jemima PARKINSONU64 FShacklewell, Middlesex, England
Rel:Lodger
Occ:Annuitant
Eliza KERSHAWU54 FKensington, Middlesex, England
Rel:Lodger
Occ:Annuitant
Caroline HILL(s)W57 FLondon, Middlesex, England
Rel:Lodger
Occ:Annuitant
Emily HAYNESU54 FLondon, Middlesex, England
Rel:Lodger
Occ:Governess School
Maggie E. HILL(s)U27 FLondon, Middlesex, England
Rel:Lodger
Occ:Teacher Of Music

1891RG 12/1098 99 Was living at Bishop's Stortford with her Uncle William, Elizabeth , and Frederick - no occupation given

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74. David Cox HILLS (John HILLS5, Ann AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 17 Dec 1860 in 11 Gloucester Cres. Regents Pk, London and died in Victoria, B.C..

Research Notes: Aunt M. Says he sailed and worked under his cousin Captain Park.

Shown in 1881 Census as being a Midshipman, RN Navy Offr


Hills, Jessie M. Gt. Britain Beekenham, England 10 Mar 1911 19y F S Mauretania Liverpool, England, UK


At the Asylum for Fatherless Children at Reedham, near Croydon, 260 boys and girls are received. At the British Orphan Asylum at Slough, 170 children of those once in prosperity are cared for; and at the Royal Albert Orphan Asylum, Collingwood-court, near Bagshot, 92 boys and 83 girls - destitute orphans - are maintained. Then there is the institution, the Royal Asylum of St. Anne's Society, founded in 1702, in which (at the Home at Streatham-hill) are 340 children, the orphans and other necessitous children of parents who have moved in a superior station of life. Many [-153-] smaller charities are in operation; some of them receiving only boys, and others specially intended for orphan girls.






Hills, Elsie

British-England

London, England

13 Apr 1911

24y

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London, England

13 Apr 1911

24y

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13 Apr 1911

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David married Jesse MITCHELL circa 1885. Jesse was born circa 1865 and died in ?victoria, British Colombia, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

   117 F    i. Jessie HILLS was born circa 1890.

   118 F    ii. Elsie HILLS was born circa 1890.29

75. Henry Gardner HILLS (John HILLS5, Ann AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 8 Dec 1866 in Regent's Park, London, died 13 Dec 1945 in Bryn Eglwys, Criccieth, N. Wales at age 79, and was buried in Criccieth, N. Wales.

General Notes: Was vicar at Greenwich, Battersea Park, Bromley and St. Thomas's, Portman Sq.
London. Three sons and two daughters. Line continues

Research Notes:


Was vicar at Greenwich, Battersea Park, Bromley and St. Thomas's, Portman Sq.
London.

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Henry married Isabel Harriet CATTLEY, daughter of Frederick Thomas CATTLEY and Adini Amelia BLESSIG, 3 Apr 1894 in Church Of St George, Ramsgate. Isabel was born 6 Oct 1870 in St. Petersburg, Russia (?6 Aug 1870) and died in 1951 in 1, Braeside, Blackburn, Lancs at age 81.

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Children from this marriage were:

   119 M    i. John David HILLS was born 12 Feb 1895 in Greenwich, Kent and died 14 Jul 1975 in House By The Dyke, Chirk, Nr Wrexham at age 80.

Research Notes: "Famous for saying (1950 Headmaster's Conference) that the public schools
rested on 4 pillars: compulsory Latin, comp. games, comp.Chapel, & the cane."
When Sen. History master @ Eton the CHRONICLE recorded: Long since omniscience
became/Synonymous with Hills,/And Greater yearly grew his fame/For everything
was grist that came/To those astounding mills." (from an Obit. in the Times)
Wrote for THE TIMES after retirement.

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John married Lady Rosemary Ethel BARING, daughter of Sir Rowland Thomas BARING Second Earl Of Cromer and Lady Ruby Florence Mary ELLIOTT, 8 Oct 1932. Rosemary was born 17 Dec 1908 and died 14 Apr 2004 in Taunton, Somerset, Eng. at age 95.

   120 F    ii. Caroline "Adini" HILLS was born 25 Jun 1897 in Greenwich, Kent and died 24 Apr 1960 at age 62.

Caroline married Frederick Maynard CARUS-WILSON 2 Jun 1919. Frederick was born 4 Jul 1888 and died 25 Aug 1923 at age 35.

Marriage Notes: Met As Govt. Clerks During WW1 (source : Anne Grimwade)

   121 M    iii. Andrew Cattley HILLS was born 12 Jan 1901 in Greenwich, Kent and died 30 May 1984 in Pleydells, St. Botolphs Rd, Sevenoaks at age 83.

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Andrew married Vera Mary KEY, daughter of The Rev. Canon Frederick Fremlin KEY and Ada LATTER, 19 Jan 1928 in Battersea, London. Vera was born 30 Apr 1900 in Stanton, Staffordshire and died 17 Jun 1986 in "Pleydells" St Botolphs's Rd. Sevenoaks at age 86.

   122 F    iv. Mary Steorra Haynes HILLS was born 9 Jan 1908 in Battersea, London, died 5 Nov 1976 in 1, Braeside, Blackburn, Lancs at age 68, and was buried in Blackburn Cathedral.

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Mary married Leonard Dawson "Leo" COLLIER, son of Leonard Henry COLLIER and Annie DAWSON, 30 Jul 1935. Leonard was born 18 May 1908 in Erdington, Birmingham, Warks, died 2 Sep 1976 in 1, Braeside, Blackburn, Lancs at age 68, and was buried in Blackburn Cathedral. They had no children.

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   123 M    v. Thomas Henry Haynes HILLS was born 4 Jun 1909 in Battersea, London, died 19 Nov 1983 in Church Hill Hse. Merstham, Surrey at age 74, and was buried 1 Dec 1983 in St. Katherine's, Merstham, Surrey.

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Thomas married Joyce EDMONDSON, daughter of Frederick Hird EDMONDSON and Ada WATERHOUSE, 29 Jan 1935 in Bolton Abbey (M. Diss. 26-Aug-1949). The marriage ended in divorce 26 Aug 1949. Joyce was born 17 Apr 1912 in 72 Devonshire St., Keighley, Yorkshire, died 10 Oct 1964 at age 52, and was buried in Lanercost Priory, Brampton, Cumbria.

Thomas next married Nora Faith "Nini" PACKER, daughter of Rev Leonard Frederick PACKER and Madeline Nora JOHNSON, 19 Nov 1949. Nora was born 17 Sep 1921 and died 2 Sep 2003 at age 81.

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• She was

76. Margaret Elizabeth HILLS (William HILLS5, Ann AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1865 in Leyton, Essex27 and died 23 Mar 1953 in Haverton Hill, Yks28 at age 88.

Research Notes: JDH's notes. Mrs. Wardle was the wife of Rev. Christopher Wardle in Durham Diocese. He was a Math master at Middlesbrough School.
She was at one time in a home for mentally deranged. Reason unknown.
Soon after that, stayed with us (?HGH) at Battersea and seemed sane.
Close friend of Aunt Maggie.
Wrote in 1938 from 21 Bradbury Rd, Norton, Stockton-on-Tees.

Margaret married Christopher WARDLE, son of George WARDLE and Alice MRS WARDLE, circa 1895. Christopher was born in Jul 1858 in Jarrow and died 3 Jul 1945 in Haverton Hill, Yks28 at age 87.

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Children from this marriage were:

   124 M    i. William Christopher WARDLE was born 7 Jul 1898.

Research Notes: From "Chris Bowden" <cbowden@onyxnet.co.uk>
To "Erica Hills" <ericah@wantree.com.au>
Subject WARDLES
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Hi Erica, I think I have made a small mistake, Christopher Wardle is my
father in law (Ray Wardle) great uncle -not uncle as I said previously.
Reffering to the Children of Christopher Wardle and Margaret. Hilda and
Madge were not married when Ray knew of them (pre 1938) however he is not
sure about William. Of William he remembers that he was the organist at
Haverton Hill Church and Madge also played. William lived at Port Clarence,
near Haverton Hill pre 1938.
Chris Bowden

   125 F    ii. Hilda WARDLE was born circa 1900.

   126 F    iii. Madge WARDLE was born circa 1902.

77. William Noel HILLS (William HILLS5, Ann AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born about 1868 and died in Leyton, Essex. Another name for William was Noel HILZ.

General Notes: Noel taught at Leyton Grammar School. He married but had no children, and died quite young. He was said to have been an artist who signed his work 'Hilz"

1891 Boarder in King St Westminster boarding with William & Edith Brutton, Restaurant proprietors his occupation Draughtsman.

Shown in the 1901 census living with his mother in Ilford - aged 33 occupation Artist Painter

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78. Frank Esmond HILLS 27 (William HILLS5, Ann AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1870 in Leyton, Essex.27

Research Notes: Living in Romford in 1901 - occupation Merchant's clerk

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Frank married Alice Mrs Frank HILLS.

79. Frederick Herbert "Bertie" HILLS 27 (William HILLS5, Ann AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1873 in Leyton, Essex.27

General Notes: In the 1901 census 27, living with his mother in Ilford - drapers assistant

1891 Census, 18, Cabinet Maker, living with parents. Also there was cousin Maggie Hills, 37.

80. Jessie GARDNER (James GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1844.

81. Mary Ann GARDNER (James GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1843.

82. Harriet GARDNER (Henry John GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born Est 1848 in England.

83. James GARDNER (Henry John GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born Est 1951 in England.

84. Carrie GARDNER (Henry John GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born in 1853 in Illinois, USA.

85. John Harry GARDNER (Henry John GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born in 1856 in Illinois, USA.

Research Notes: West Point Cadet in 1880 Census

86. Charles William GARDNER (Henry John GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born Est 1858 in Illinois, USA.

He was

• He worked as a Bookbinder in 1880 census.

87. Archibald PARK (Jessie Isabell GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1866.29

Research Notes: Aunt M. "saw him when he was retired and living in Croydon. A very nice man."

Park, Archibald Scottish, Britain 2 Oct 1923 57 M TUSCANIA Glasgow, Scotland, UK *This passenger is a member of the ship's crew. (Ellis Island Site). In April 1923 he was shown as being 54. The ship appeared to arrive in New York about once a month - making the voyage there about two weeks.

Park, ArchibaldDecember 04, 1921Glasgow, Scotland



Built by D. & W. Henderson & Company, Glasgow, Scotland, 1902. 8,292 gross tons; 503 (bp) feet long; 56 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 15 knots. 1,303 passengers (345 first class, 218 second class, 740 third class). Built for Anchor Line, British flag, in 1902 and named Columbia. Glasgow-New York service. Renamed Columbella in 1914. Used as British armed merchant cruiser service. Returned to Anchor Line, British flag, in 1919 and reverted to Columbia. Further Glasgow-New York service. Laid up 1925-26. Sold to Byron Line, British flag, in 1926 and renamed Moreas. Mediterranean-New York service. Laid up 1927-29. Sold to National Greek Line, in 1928. Never sailed for them. Scrapped in Italy in 1929. [224]


Park, ArchibaldApril 06, 1923Glasgow



Built by Alexander Stephen & Sons, Glasgow, Scotland, 1915. 14,348 gross tons; 567 (bp) feet long; 66 feet wide. Steam turbine engines, twin screw. Service speed 17 knots. 2,417 passengers (271 first class, 246 second class, 1,900 third class). Built for Anchor Line, British flag, in 1915 and named Tuscania. Glasgow-New York service. Operated jointly with Cunard Line, also British flag. Torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine off Northern Ireland on February 5, 1918. [913]






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Archibald married Mrs. PARK. Mrs. was born circa 1870.

88. Frederick A PARK (Jessie Isabell GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1847 in St Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, Midlothian.

Research Notes: 1871 living at 5 Austin Terrace Birkenhead, Commercial Clerk aged 24
Name: Frederick A Park
Age: 24
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1847
Relation: Head
Spouses's Name: Emily A J
Gender: Male
Where born: Edinburgh, Scotland

Civil Parish: Birkenhead
Ecclesiastical parish: St John
Town: Birkenhead
County/Island: Cheshire
Country: England

Street address:

Occupation:

Condition as to marriage:

Disability:

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Registration district: Birkenhead
Sub-registration district: Birkenhead
ED, institution, or vessel: 20
Neighbors: View others on page
Household schedule number: 116
Household Members:
Name Age
Emily A J Park 22
Frederick A Park 24
Jessie M Park 11 months

Frederick married Emily A Mrs FA PARK. Emily was born circa 1849 in Birmingham.

The child from this marriage was:

   127 F    i. Jessie Mabel PARK was born in 1870 in Liverpool, Lancs.

Research Notes: Birth, Jessie Mabel W. Derby 8B 443 2Q 1870

89. James B PARK 30 (Jessie Isabell GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1849 in St Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, Midlothian.

Research Notes: 1871 Census Boarding in Liverpool, 7 Union St, Mariner aged 22

90. Albert I PARK (Jessie Isabell GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born in 1851 in St Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, Midlothian.

91. Caroline H PARK (Jessie Isabell GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1862 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

92. Charlotte E PARK 31 (Jessie Isabell GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1857 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

93. Thomas H PARK (Jessie Isabell GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1857.

94. Frazer C PARK (Jessie Isabell GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1859 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

95. Charles James GARDNER (Charles William GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born 2Q 1859 in W. Derby.

Research Notes: 1891 Census 7 Harrold Terr Tottenham Clerk H M Prisons Department RG 12/1076

Name: Charles J Gardner
Age: 33
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1858
Relation: Head
Spouses's Name: Sarah A
Gender: Male
Where Born: Kingston, Hampshire, England

Civil parish: Tottenham
Ecclesiastical parish: St John
County/Island: Middlesex
Country: England


Registration district: Edmonton
Sub registration district: Tottenham
ED, institution, or vessel: 29
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Charles J Gardner 33
Charles S Gardner 1
Laura M Gardner 2
Sarah A Gardner 37
Florence Wickes 17

Name: Charles J Gardner
Age: 33
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1858
Relation: Head
Spouses's Name: Sarah A
Gender: Male
Where Born: Kingston, Hampshire, England

Civil parish: Tottenham
Ecclesiastical parish: St John
County/Island: Middlesex
Country: England


Charles married Sarah Ann STURROCK,32 daughter of John STURROCK and Sarah BOLTON. Sarah was born circa 1864 in Middlesex.

Children from this marriage were:

   128 F    i. Laura Mary "May" GARDNER was born 1Q 1889 in Edmonton.

   129 M    ii. Charles Sturrock GARDNER was born Est 1890.

Charles married Amy Jeanette JESSUP, daughter of JESSUP and Unknown. Amy was born circa 1890.

96. Laura GARDNER (John "Jack" GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1859 in Scotland.

97. James GARDNER (John "Jack" GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born circa 1860 in Scotland.33

98. Thomas GARDNER (John "Jack" GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born Est 1863 in England.

He was

• He worked as a Machinist in 1880 US Census.

99. Effie GARDNER (Robert William GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born in 1867 in Illinois, USA.

Research Notes: Year: 1870; Census Place: Quincy Ward 1, Adams, Illinois; Roll: M593_187; Page: 398; Image: 41.

Effie married Louis C NEUSTADT 34 circa 1878 in Illinois, USA. Louis was born in 1853 in Missouri.34

The child from this marriage was:

   130 F    i. Edith NEUSTADT was born in 1879 in Illinois, USA.

100. Helen GARDNER (Robert William GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born in 1860 in Illinois, USA.

101. Willie GARDNER 19 (Robert William GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born Est 1664 in Illinois, USA.19

102. Mary GARDNER (Robert William GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born Est 1869 in Illinois, USA.

103. John William GARDNER (Robert William GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born Est 1864.

104. Paul GARDNER (Robert William GARDNER5, Caroline AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born Est 1872.

105. Emily SMITH 35 (Harriet HAYNES5, Harriet AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born from 1843 to 1844 in Poynton, Cheshire.35

106. George John SMITH (Harriet HAYNES5, Harriet AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born from 1846 to 1847 in Poynton, Cheshire.

Research Notes: Database: 1881 England Census

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3:20 PM


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Evelyn M. Smith abt 1877 Chester Prestbury Daughter Adswood Lane West " Cale Green Villa", Stockport, Cheshire, England
George E.Y. Smith abt 1876 Chester Bredbury Son Adswood Lane West " Cale Green Villa", Stockport, Cheshire, England
George J. Smith abt 1847 Chester Poynton Head Adswood Lane West " Cale Green Villa", Stockport, Cheshire, England
Jane S. Smith abt 1854 Manchester, Lancashire, England Wife Adswood Lane West " Cale Green Villa", Stockport, Cheshire, England
Norman H. Smith abt 1879 Chester Alderley Son Adswood Lane West " Cale Green Villa", Stockport, Cheshire, England
Samuel L. Tee abt 1862 London, Middlesex, England Visitor Adswood Lane West " Cale Green Villa", Stockport, Cheshire, England

Sarah Edwards abt 1860 Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England Servant Adswood Lane West " Cale Green Villa", Stockport, Cheshire, England
Agnes Gordon abt 1849 Kircudbright, Scotland Servant Adswood Lane West " Cale Green Villa", Stockport, Cheshire, England



George married Jane Shepherd TEE circa 1874. Jane was born from 1853 to 1854.

Children from this marriage were:

   131 M    i. George Ernest Victor SMITH was born Jun Q 1875 in Prestbury, Cheshire.

Research Notes: Dorothy Haynes Smith abt 1883 Stockport, Cheshire, England Daughter Stockport Cheshire
Evelyn Mary Smith abt 1877 Prestbury, Cheshire, England Daughter Stockport Cheshire
Georg S Vester Smith abt 1876 Prestbury, Cheshire, England Son Stockport Cheshire
Jane Shepherd Smith abt 1855 Manchester, Lancashire, England Head Stockport Cheshire
Malcolm Haynes Smith abt 1885 Stockport, Cheshire, England Son Stockport Cheshire
Norman Haynes Smith abt 1879 Stockport, Cheshire, England Son Stockport Cheshire

   132 F    ii. Evelyn Mary SMITH was born Mar Q 1877 in Prestury, Cheshire.

   133 M    iii. Norman Haynes SMITH was born Mar Q 1879.

   134 F    iv. Dorothy Haynes SMITH was born from 1882 to 1883.

   135 M    v. Malcolm Haynes SMITH was born from 1884 to 1885.

107. Thomas Haynes SMITH (Harriet HAYNES5, Harriet AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born from 1848 to 1850 in Bellin Fee, Wilmslow, Cheshire.

Thomas married Mary E (Mrs Thomas Haynes) SMITH before 1901.

108. Charles Pryce SMITH 36 (Harriet HAYNES5, Harriet AGG4, Margaret SMITH3, Elizabeth BLIZARD2, Thomas1) was born from 1852 to 1853 in Bellin Fee, Wilmslow, Cheshire.

Research Notes: Shown an actuary in Savings bank in 1871 census, not with parents 1881, then assistant to his father's Coal Merchant business.

Doesn't appear in the 1901 census



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