Sources

[S-S001] pr
Parish Registers

[S-S002] bcert.
Birth certificate


birth certificate held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S003] Index
International Genealogical Index

[S-S004] Census
1851 Census


Place:13 Frederick Sreet, Westminster, London

[S-S005] mcert.
Marriage certificate


marriage certificate held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S006] dcert.
Death Certificate


death certificate held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S007] Census
1861 Census


Place:13 Frederick Street, Westminster, London Middlesex

[S-S008] bapt.
Baptism card


baptism card held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S009] Family knowledge


known by Reg Mayhew

[S-S010] Pension Appeal document


held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S011] Obituary
"Elizabeth Alma Humphries"


held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S012] cbcert.
Child's birth certificate


child's birth certificate/baptism details held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S013] El. Reg.
Electoral Register

[S-S014] mem.card
Memorial card


memorial card held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S015] Regimental Paybooks


held at The National Archive Kew

[S-S016] Census
1891 Census


Place:3 Rickett Street, West Brompton, London

[S-S017] app.
Apprenticeship Papers


Apprenticeship Papers held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S018] Newspaper
"Fulham Chronicle"

[S-S019] Census
1891 Census


Place:17 Eustace Road, Fulham, London

[S-S020] sbcert.
Sibling's birth certificate


sibling's birth certificate held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S021] Census
1871 Census


Place:12 Pentagon Place, Chelsea, London

[S-S022] Census
1881 Census


Place:4 Eden Place, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S023] Census
1891 Census


Place:4 Eden Place, Chelsea, London

[S-S024] Census
1881 Census


Place:41 Caroline Place, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S025] cmcert.
Child's marriage certificate


child's marriage certificate held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S026] Census
1881 Census


Place:44 Manor Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S027] Census
1881 Census


Place:21 Luna Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S028] cdcert.
Child's death certificate


child's death certificate held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S029] Census
1851 Census


Place:11 Pentagon Place, Chelsea, London

[S-S030] Census
1861 Census


Place:11 Pentagon Place, Chelsea, London

[S-S031] Census
1871 Census


Place:11 Pentagon Place, Chelsea, London

[S-S032] M.I.
Monumental Inscription


Monumental Inscription

[S-S033] Cem. Rec.
Cemetery Record


Place:Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S034] Census
1851 Census


Place:118 Chapel Street, Lowestoft, Suffolk

[S-S035] Census
1861 Census


Place:19 White Horse Street, Lowestoft, Suffolk

[S-S036] Census
1871 Census


Place:19 White Horse Street, Lowestoft, Suffolk

[S-S037] Census
1881 Census


Place:19 White Horse Street, Lowestoft, Suffolk, England Suffolk

[S-S038] Will

[S-S039] Census
1841 Census


Place:Little Cadogan Place, Chelsea, London

[S-S040] Census
1851 Census


Place:44 Little Cadogan Place, Chelsea, London

[S-S041] Census
1861 Census


Place:9 Caroline Place, Chelsea, London

[S-S042] Census
1851 Census


Place:14 James Street, Chelsea, London

[S-S043] Census
1851 Census


Individuals below not at this address in 1861 Census.
Place:6 Bond Street, Chelsea, London

[S-S044] Census
1841 Census


Place:Causton Street, Westminster, London

[S-S045] Census
1851 Census


Place:26 Causton Street, Westminster, London

[S-S046] Census
1851 Census


Place:23 Lawrence Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S047] Census
1841 Census


Place:3 Upper Church Street, Chelsea, London

[S-S048] Census
1851 Census


Place:27 Blenheim Street, Chelsea, London

[S-S049] Census
1841 Census


Place:26 Blenheim Street, Chelsea, London

[S-S050] Census
1851 Census


Place:8 Bury Street, Chelsea, London

[S-S051] Census
1861 Census


Place:12 Bedfordbury, Covent Garden, London

[S-S052] Doc. (Cobb)
Documents


held by Hammersmith & Fulham Library (Archives)

[S-S053] Census
1851 Census


Place:13 Alms House, College Street, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk

[S-S054] Census
1861 Census


Place:17 Turks Row, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S055] M.I.
Monumental Inscription


"Here lies the Remains of Hewett Cobb Esquire of Clements Inn London and Sydenham in the County of Kent who died January the 21st 1822"
Place:All Saints, Fulham Middlesex

[S-S056] Obituary
in the Times Newspaper


"On Monday last, after a short illness, highly respected by his friends, Hewett Cobb Esq., of Clements-Inn and of Sydenham in Kent, many years a respectable solicitor, and proprietor of the Brighton Theatre".

[S-S057] Book
"Brighton in the Olden Time" by J.G.Bishop


Extracts held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S058] Book
"Mr.Trotter of Worthing and the Brighton Theatre" by Mary Odell


Extract held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S059] Archives
The National Archives


The National Archives - UK

[S-S060] M.I.
Monumental Inscription (Cross on base & kerb)


"In loving memory/of/Joseph Cobb/born September 7th 1832/died May 29th 1913/ also of/Emily Harriet Cobb/wife of the above/died October 31st 1919".
Place:St. Leonard's, Heston Middlesex

[S-S061] Newspaper
"Middlesex Chronicle"


Extracts held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S062] Somerset House, London

[S-S063] Newspaper
"Middlesex Chronicle"


Extract held by Reg Mayhew

[S64]

[S-S065] Census
1851 Census


Place:Mariners Lane, Lowestoft, Suffolk

[S-S066] Census
1841 Census


Place:Mariners Lane, Lowestoft,Suffolk

[S-S067] AfA
Application for Arms (to Court of Lyon)


Summary held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S068] Book
"Elegance & Poverty (Bungay in the 18th C.)" by E.A.Goodwin. Published by Morrow & Co., Bungay.

[S-S069] Census
1841 Census


Place:10 Graham Street

[S-S070] TBC
To be Confirmed

[S-S071] Census
1841 Census


Place:9 Pond Place, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S072] Census
1841 Census


Place:New Street, Stradbroke,Suffolk

[S-S073] Correspondence
from Leonard McKane

[S-S074] cbapt.
Child's baptism record


child's baptism record

[S-S075] BT
Bishop's Transcripts


Bishop's Transcripts

[S-S076] Book
"Pension Book of Clements Inn". Edited for the Selden Society by Sir Cecil Carr.


Contains records of Hewett Cobb's admission to Clements Inn in 1784 with Edward Bullock of Chidley Court, Pall Mall as his surety and himself standing surety for Edward Bullock, Henry Gregory and Joseph Sheppard Munden in 1787, 1792 and 1796 respectively.

[S-S077] Census
1881 Census


Place:20 Pavilion Road, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S078] Census
1871 Census


Place:20 Pavilion Road, Chelsea, London

[S-S079] Census
1881 Census


Place:23 North Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S080] Census
1881 Census


Place:17 Seagrave Road, Fulham, London Middlesex

[S-S081] Census
1841 Census


Individuals below not at this address in 1851 Census.
Place:Halkin's Wharf, Lower Belgrave Place, Belgrave, London Middlesex

[S-S082] Census
1881 Census


Name in Census spelt KenDleton.
Place:10 Bury Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S083] Census
1881 Census


Place:21 Slaidburn Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S084] Census
1881 Census


Place:35 Pond Place, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S085] Census
1881 Census


Place:39 Regent Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S086] Census
1851 Census


Place:14 Low Barten Street, Bury St. Edmunds Suffolk

[S-S087] wdcert.
Wife's death certificate


wife's death certificate held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S088] Census
1891 Census


Place:21 Slaidburn Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S089] Census
1871 Census


Place:21 Slaidburn Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S090] M.I.
Monumental Inscription


"In loving memory of Emma the dearly beloved wife of A.L.Nock and daughter of the late Archibald McKain, school-master, who fell asleep June 18th 1896.Forever with the Lord, though sad we mark the closing eye of those we loved in days gone by.. Yes, sweet in death their latest..., We'll meet again, 'twill not be long".
Place:Ipswich Reference Library Suffolk

[S-S091] Census
1861 Census


Place:23 Lawrence Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S092] Letters
Suffolk Record Office

[S-S093] NBI
National Burial Index


National Burial Index

[S-S094] Record Office
Lewisham Local Studies & Archives


Reply from Record Office to Reg Mayhew

[S-S095] Letter
from College of Arms (Windsor Herald) - Transcript held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S096] Notes
in possesion of Ada Cobb (niece?)


Transcript held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S097] M.I.
Monumental Inscription


"In Loving Remembrance of Arthur Rampling, the beloved husband of Charlotte Annie Rampling, who died May 21st 1880 aged 28 years".
Place:St. Margaret's, Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S098] AF
Ancestral File (Mormons)

[S-S099] Licensed Victuallers - Recognizances


The "Falcon" in Sutton Street with Wm. Porter
Place:St. Anne's, Soho, Westminster

[S-S100] Licensed Victuallers - Recognizances


The "Falcon" in Sutton Street with Samuel Mobbs
Place:St. Anne's, Soho, Westminster

[S-S101] Census
1881 Census


Place:8 Reeds Place, Chelsea, London, England Middlesex

[S-S102] Census
1881 Census


Place:2 Sloane Street, Chelsea, London, England Middlesex

[S-S103] Census
1881 Census


Place:Cromwell House, Staines Road, Isleworth, London Middlesex

[S-S104] Census
1881 Census


Place:10 Black Lion Lane, Hammersmith, London, England Middlesex

[S-S105] Census
1881 Census


Place:24 Mariners Street, Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S106] Census
1881 Census


Place:174 High Street, Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S107] Census
1881 Census


Place:South Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland

[S-S108] M.I.
Monumental Inscription


"In loving remembrance of Elizabeth Mary Ham Dowson died May 11th 1876 aged 79 years. Also Ham Dowson beloved husband of the above who died October 28 1883 aged 84 years"
Place:St. Margaret's, Lowestoft, Suffolk, England Suffolk

[S-S109] Census
1881 Census


Place:St. George's Hospital, Mayfair, London Middlesex

[S-S110] Census
1881 Census


Place:26 Callow Street, Chelsea, London, England Middlesex

[S-S111] Census
1881 Census


Place:20 St. Mary's Road, Islington, London, England Middlesex

[S-S112] Descendent Chart
produced by Hannah Davies

[S-S113] Index
GRO Index

[S-S114] Census
1871 Census


Place:21 Causton Street, Westminster, London Middlesex

[S-S115] Census
1871 Census


Place:15 Douglas Street, Westminster, London Middlesex

[S-S116] Letter
from George Cobb (1787-1877)


Transcript held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S117] Census
1881 Census


Place:52 Kings Road, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S118] Census
1881 Census


Place:1 Hasker Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S119] Census
1881 Census


Place:Morton Road Cottage, Kirkley, Suffolk, England Suffolk

[S-S120] Census
1881 Census


Place:64 Duckworth Street, Blackburn Lancashire

[S-S121] Census
1881 Census


Place:22 Weston Street, Clerkenwell, London Middlesex

[S-S122] Census
1881 Census


Place:25 Bath Street, St. Luke, London Middlesex

[S-S123] Census
1881 Census


Place:Old Nelson Street, Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S124] Census
1851 Census


Place:1 Schofield Place, Kensington Middlesex

[S-S125] Census
1851 Census


Place:2 Schofield Place, Kensington, London Middlesex

[S-S126] Census
1881 Census


Place:6 Cromwell Place, Kensington, London Middlesex

[S-S127] Census
1881 Census


Place:13 Denyer Street, Chelsea, London, England Middlesex

[S-S128] Census
1881 Census


Place:130 Harley Street, St. Marylebone, London, England Middlesex

[S-S129] Census
1881 Census


Place:42 Manor Street, Chelsea, London, England Middlesex

[S-S130] Census
1881 Census


Place:84 Manor Street, Chelsea, London, England Middlesex

[S-S131] Cem. Rec.
Cemetery Record


Place:Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S132] Cem. Rec.
Cemetery Record


Place:Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S133] Cem. Rec.
Cemetery Record


Place:Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S134] Cem. Rec.
Cemetery Record


Place:Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S135] Cem. Rec.
Cemetery Record


Place:Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S136] Census
1861 Census


Place:24 Mariners Street, Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S137] Census
1871 Census


Place:24 Mariners Street, Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S138] Letter
from John Buchanan (Hamilton, New Zealand)


received by Reg Mayhew

[S-S139] Will
of Richard Rampling


Copy held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S140] Letter
from Phyllis Rampling (Lowestoft, Suffolk)


Held by Reg mayhew

[S-S141] Newspaper
"Chelsea News"


Extract held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S142] Newspaper
"Chelsea News"


Extract held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S143] Book
"The Theatre Royal Brighton" by Antony Dale


Extracts held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S144] Parish Registers
OPR


Leslie 1777 18th Febr. Died here Elspet Leslie, spouse to Archibald McKain, Shoemaker in Elgin, and was buried in the Cathedral Church Yard.
McKain 1777 5th August. Died here Archibald McKain, Shoemaker in Elgin, and was buried in the Cathedral Church Yard.
Place:Elgin Morayshire, Scotland

[S-S145] Parish Registers
OPR


McKain. Archibald McKain, shoemaker in Elgin, and Elspet Leslie his spouse had a child baptised called Elizabeth. Alexr. Brander, Alexr. Duff, David Wilson, Robert McKain, Eliz. MacKenzie, Eliz. Grant, witnesses.
Place:Elgin Morayshire, Scotland

[S-S146] Census
1891 Census


Place:9 Arthur Street, Chelsea, London, England Middlesex

[S-S147] Census
1891 Census


Place:56 Arthur Street, Chelsea, London, England Middlesex

[S-S148] Family Tree
produced by Jim Halsey


Copy held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S149] Email
from Gaye L. Wilson


held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S150] Email
from Richard Davies


held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S151] Will
of George Cobb


Copy held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S152] Census
1861 Census


Place:2 Schofield Place, Kensington, London Middlesex

[S-S153] Index to
Wills/Admons. post-1858


(held at Family Records Centre, London, England)

[S-S154] Census
1861 Census


Place:20 Queen's Road West, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S155] Census
1871 Census


Place:2a Sloane Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S156] Census
1881 Census


Place:8 Gledhow Terrace, Old Brompton Road, London Middlesex

[S-S157] Will
of George Aley Cobb


Copy held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S158] Census
1871 Census


Place:17 Whitehorse Street, Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S159] Census
1901 Census


Place:3 Rickett Street, Fulham, London Middlesex

[S-S160] Census
1901 Census


Place:22 College Place, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S161] Census
1901 Census


Place:23 Harwood Terrace, Fulham, London Middlesex

[S-S162] Census
1901 Census


Place:3 Albion Road, Willesborough, Ashford Kent

[S-S163] M.I.
Monumental Inscription


"In this tomb rest the mortal remains of Matthew Burchell Esq. of this parish who died on the 12th July 1828 in the 76th year of his age. Also of Jane his wife who died on the 18th January 1841. Sacred to their revered memory and their many virtues Filial piety has caused this stone to be inscribed."
Place:All Saints, Fulham, London Middlesex

[S-S164] Book
"Clerics & Connoisseurs" Edited by Alastair Laing


Copy held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S165] Heralds' Visitations
Heralds Visitation of Hampshire


Place:Hampshire

[S-S166] Heralds' Visitations
Pedigrees from the Visitation of Hampshire 1530, 1575, 1622-1634


Published by the Harleian Society
Place:Hampshire

[S-S167] Will
of Peter Cobbe


Copy held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S168] Census
1901 Census


Place:17 Eustace Road, Fulham, London Middlesex

[S-S169] Census
1901 Census


Place:29 Waterford Road, Fulham, London Middlesex

[S-S170] Census
1901 Census


Place:22 College Place, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S171] Census
1901 Census


Place:4 East Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S172] Census
1901 Census


Place:4 Eden Place, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S173] Census
1901 Census


Place:21 Slaidburn Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S174] Census
1901 Census


Place:24 Ponsonby Place, Westminster, London

[S-S175] Parish Registers
OPR


June 1717 Archibald McKean l.s to James McKean and Beatrix Dowglass in Easter Galdwall was baptised. Archd Grant of ...(indecipherable), Janet Grant, James Watson, witnesses.
Place:Boharm Morayshire, Scotland

[S-S176] Index
GRO Scotland Index

[S-S177] Email
from Peter Midgley

[S-S178] Census
1891 Census


Place:18 West Street, Blackburn Lancashire

[S-S179] Census
1891 Census


Place:4 William Street, Christchurch, West Southwark, London

[S-S180] Index
Wiltshire Memorial Inscription Index

[S-S181] Census
1881 Census


Place:8 Reeds Place, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S182] Will
of James McKain


Copy held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S183] CWGC
Commonwealth War Graves Commission

[S-S184] Email
from Onida Coltman via GenesReunited

[S-S185] Census
1901 Census


Place:8a Furness Road, Sands End, Fulham, London Middlesex

[S-S186] Census
1901 Census


Place:36 Cedar Road, Fulham, London Middlesex

[S-S187] Census
1841 Census


Place:Elephant Court, Bury St. Edmunds Suffolk

[S-S188] Census
1891 Census


Place:Rackham Parham Rectory Sussex

[S-S189] Census
1901 Census


Place:9 Duchess Road, Bristol Gloucestershire

[S-S190] Army List


The following names have been extracted from the Army
List of January 1851 pages 90 & 91. They are listed under the
overall heading of "Dock Yard Volunteers". It would seem that
most of the Officers were appointed to these posts on 1st June
1848.

Their uniforms were stated to be "Blue with Red
Facings".

I would assume that the "Breakwater Battalion" refers to
Plymouth as that is the only one of the naval ports at that time
to have a breakwater. The abbreviation (adj) means 'Adjutant'.

Transcribed in Auckland New Zealand by Ted WILDY on
December 27th 1995.

http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/DockVols.html

[S-S191] Census

[S-S192] Census
1901 Census


Place:Christ Church Vicarage, Amersham Hill, High Wycombe Buckinghamshire

[S-S193] Census
1901 Census


Place:Florence Road, Pakefield Suffolk

[S-S194] Census
1901 Census


Place:33 Montford Place, Lambeth Surrey

[S195]

[S-S196] Census
1841 Census


Place:Hoopers Court, Kensington, London Middlesex

[S-S197] Census
1841 Census


Place:4 Exeter Place, Kensington, London Middlesex

[S-S198] Census
1861 Census


Place:28 New Peter Street, Westminster, London Middlesex

[S-S199] Census
1861 Census


Place:13 Alms House, College Street, St. Mary's, Bury St. Edmunds Suffolk

[S-S200] Census
1851 Census


Place:23 Upper Manor Grove, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S201] Census
1861 Census


Place:13 White Lion Yard, St. Lukes, Finsbury Middlesex

[S-S202] Census
1851 Census


Place:1a Neckinger Street, Bermondsey, Southwark Surrey

[S-S203] Census
1841 Census


Place:British Lion Court, St. Olaves Union Middlesex

[S-S204] Census
1851 Census


Place:8 Exeter Buildings, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S205] Census
1871 Census


Place:9 Little Cheyne Row, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S206] Census
1851 Census


Place:New Town, Chippenham Wiltshire

[S-S207] Census
1861 Census


Place:12 Bond Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S208] Census
1861 Census


Place:5 Moulders Arms Court, Great Frederick Street, St. Johns, Cardiff, Wales Glamorgan

[S-S209] Census
1851 Census


Place:5 North Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S210] Census
1861 census


Place:7 Exeter Place, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S211] Census
1841 Census


Place:Charlotte Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S212] Census
1841 Census


Place:Asylum Terrace, Kings Road, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S213] Census
1871 Census


Place:17 Thurloe Place Mews, Kensington, London Middlesex

[S-S214] Census
1871 Census


Place:Charlotte Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S215] Census
1861 Census


Place:129 High Street, Mutford Suffolk

[S-S216] Census
1871 Census


Place:20 Charles Street, Southwark, London Surrey

[S-S217] Census
1861 Census


Place:3 Little College Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S218] Census
1851 Census


Place:31 Jubilee Place, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S219]

[S-S220] Census
1891 Census


Place:46 Mariners Street, Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S221] Census
1891 Census


Place:16 Marlborough Road, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S222] Internet contact
Genes Reunited (Denis Reynolds)

[S-S223] Census
1871 Census


Place:38 Cherry Garden Street, St. Olave, Southwark, London Surrey

[S-S224] Census
1841 Census


Place:Little Cadogan Place, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S225] Internet contact
Genes Reunited (Robert Dale)

[S-S226] Census
1841 Census


Place:Union Workhouse, Hackney Middlesex

[S-S227] Census
1861 Census


Place:Wilby Road, Stradbroke Suffolk

[S-S228] Census
1861 Census


Place:20 South Street, Chelsea Middlesex

[S229]

[S-S230] Email
from Richard Davies


held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S231] Census
1871 Census


Place:31 Douglas Street, Westminster, London Middlesex

[S-S232] Census
1841 Census


Place:Great St. Andrews Street (West Side), St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Finsbury, London Middlesex

[S-S233] Census
1841 Census


Place:Chapel Place, St. Annes, Soho, London Middlesex

[S-S234] Census
1861 Census


Place:16 High Street, St. Giles, London Middlesex

[S-S235] Census
1871 Census


Place:16 High Street, St. Giles, London Middlesex

[S-S236] Census
1881 Census


Place:16 High Street, St. Giles, London Middlesex

[S-S237] Census
1891 Census


Place:16 High Street, St. Giles, London Middlesex

[S-S238] Records of Sun Fire Office


Insured: Thomas Kaley Sutton Street Soho victualler

[S-S239] Census
1841 Census


Place:Westmead Lane, Chippenham Wiltshire

[S-S240] spcert.
Spouse's death certificate


Spouse's death certificate held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S241] Email
from Geoffrey Wall


Hello Reg,

Yes, we have the same lady! I am not related but you are possible unaware
that Annie was a survivor of one of the era's largest shipping disasters?
i.e. the "Empress of Ireland" which sank in the Saint Lawrence Seaway 29th
May 1914. I maintain the database relating to that ship, having lost a
relative aboard it.

Annie was born Annie Emma Jane in 1871. She married George Ernest Cook in
Hull during late 1891. A son, Reginald was born around 1893 and the family
moved to Winton in Bournemouth. Sometime later they emigrated to
Vancouver, Canada, where they lived at 4755 Commercial Street.

In early 1901, Annie was informed that her mother was ill and decided to
make the long journey back to see her.

The Empress of Ireland was struck by a collier on its second night of the
voyage, and capsized, taking with her 1012 lives. Annie was one of the
lucky survivors, unlike other ladies she did not stop to dress and headed
for the deck immediately.
As the ship capsized, she hung from the rails hoping to balance there
until finding a nearby lifeboat. However, the ship lurched and through her
into the sea, where she was pulled into one of the two lifeboats that
managed to get away safely.
She was lucky to get away with just a soaking!

Annie was returned by train to Toronto and then back to Vancouver - I
don't know if she ever got to see her mother.

She died in Vancouver 26th February 1964.

hope this fills a gap!

Kind regards

Geoff

[S-S242] Census
1891 Census


Place:80 Spring Street, Kingston Upon Hull Yorkshire

[S-S243] Census
1901 Census


Place:2 Wellington Road, Winton, Bournemouth Dorset

[S-S244] Census
1891 Census


Place:15 Parkville Road, Fulham, London Middlesex

[S-S245] Census
1891 Census


Place:32 Reaston Street, St. Paul Deptford, Hatcham Middlesex

[S-S246] Census
1891 Census


Place:Manor House, Park Road, Mitcham Surrey

[S-S247] Census
1841 Census


Place:Regent Street, Westminster, London Middlesex

[S-S248] Army Enlistment Form
(Arthur John Mayhew)


Place:Chelsea Town Hall, London Middlesex

[S-S249] Army Enlistment Form
(George Walter Mayhew Sr.)

[S-S250] Book
National Roll of the Great War 1914-18

[S-S251] Census
1891 Census


Place:15 Avalon Road, Fulham, London Middlesex

[S-S252] Publication
"History and Genealogy of the Ancient House of Ardnamurchan"


A brief history of the Ancient Family of Ardnamurchan - Copy held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S253] Directory
The Universal Directory of Great Britain 1791

[S-S254] Census
1881 Census


Place:Royal Patriotic School for Girls, Wandsworth Surrey

[S-S255] Census
1891 Census


Place:Chelsea Workhouse Infirmary Middlesex
'Kate' Walsh is described as a "Patient" in the Infirmary.

[S-S256] Census
1841 Census


Place:Beach, Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S257] Census
1891 Census


Place:10 Black Lion Lane, Hammersmith, London Middlesex

[S-S258] Census
1861 Census


Place:29 Causton Street, Westminster, London Middlesex
"Summerhays" recorded as "Summers" in 1861 Census

[S-S259] Census
1871 Census


Place:21 Causton Street, Westminster, London.Middlesex

[S-S260] Census
1861 Census


Place:Royal Clarence Yard, Alverstoke, Gosport Hampshire

[S-S261] Census
1871 Census


Place:Royal Clarence Yard, Alverstoke, Gosport Hampshire

[S-S262]

[S-S263] Census
1871 Census


Place:Clarendon Villas, Brook Green, Hammersmith, London Middlesex
Archibald and Phoebe are recorded as "Visitors" at this address in the 1871 Census. Others named at the address are Mary EYNON and her niece Lillias (sic) EYNON. Any relationship to the McKains is unknown.

[S-S264] Directory
White's Directory

[S-S265] Book
"Felbrigg - The Story of a House"

[S-S266] Census
1861 Census


Place:63 Church Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S267] Census
1861 Census


Place:5 Little Cheyne Row, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S268] Census
1871 Census


Place:9 Church Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S269] Index
West Middlesex Marriage Index

[S-S270] Census
1891 Census


Place:New Inn, High Street, Downton Wiltshire

[S-S271] Census
1891 Census


Place:Morton Cottage, Morton Road, Kirkley, Pakefield, Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S272] Census
1861 Census


Place:9 Brewer Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S273] De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918
De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918
De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918

[S-S274] Census
1891 Census


Place:10 Bury Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S275] Census
1851 Census


Place:Bury St. Edmunds Suffolk

[S-S276] Census
1901 Census


Place:82 Lots Road, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S277] Census
1841 Census


Place:Brown's Buildings, Borough Road, Southwark, London Surrey

[S-S278] Obituary
Douglas Cobb's Obituary


Obituary: THE REVD DOUGLAS ARTHUR COBB
by Simon Lindley
FR Douglas Cobb, who died on 21 November, aged 83, was a long-serving and greatly beloved priest of the diocese of London. Fr Cobb's ministry took in parishes in Notting Hill and South Ruislip, before his incumbency of St Silas-the-Martyr, Kentish Town, for almost a quarter of a century from 1963. In 1987, he became Chaplain to the Convent of St Mary-at-the-Cross, Edgware, serving that Convent, and its associated care home, Henry Nihill House, with much-valued devotion and commitment. In retirement, he assisted at St Lawrence, Little Stanmore, by then his own parish church, and here, too, his input into so many aspects of the life of that community was well to the fore. Fr Cobb's interests ranged widely - from telecommunications to a great love of music. He numbered many musicians among his friends, and appointed a number of gifted organists to St Silas, giving a particular welcome to those who could also assist with the running of his parish hall. The church was used for CD recordings, and contained a beautiful 18th-century chamber organ, the property of the Guild of St Joseph - an instrument that Mander restored for Fr Cobb . In common with many Kelham-trained priests of his generation, Fr Cobb (Douglas to friends, and Dougie to his close family circle), was much more concerned about service than status. He travelled widely, regularly visiting former parishioners in New Zealand and France. His father had run the family business, Cobb of Knightsbridge, before and after the Second World War, and Fr Cobb was brought up as a parishioner at St Paul's, Knightsbridge. In common with his father, who lived long into retirement, a twinkle was always in his eye. His impact on those with whom he came into contact was considerable; he fostered vocations, encouraged those going through difficult times in their lives, and supported strongly those who worked within his parish communities - notably the staff at St Silas of the residential children's home immediately opposite his vicarage in St Silas Place. He sustained strong friendships with leading musicians of the day, and was a great supporter of the Royal School of Church Music.

[S-S279] Great Yarmouth Licence Registers


Place:20a Quay Road, Gorleston, Great Yarmouth Norfolk
In 2008 on the site of the King William IV Public House was the Seahaven Holiday flats.

[S-S280] Census
1891 Census


Place:2 Causton Street, Westminster, London Middlesex

[S-S281] Census
1901 Census


Place:2 Causton Street, Westminster, London Middlesex
Also listed with the family was one Ernest Cheadle, Nurse Child, aged 3, born in Lambeth, London.

[S-S282] Census
1871 Census


Place:2 Causton Street, Westminster, London Middlesex

[S-S283] Census
1861 Census


Place:2 Causton Street, Westminster, London Middlesex

[S-S284] Census
1861 Census


Place:Church End, Great Dunmow Essex

[S-S285] Census
1891 Census


Place:23 Fopstone Road, Kensington, London Middlesex

[S-S286] Census
1871 Census


Place:53 First Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S287] Census
1861 Census


Place:2 Lacland Terrace, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S288] Inner Temple Admissions Database


http://www.innertemple.org.uk/archive/itad/index.asp
Place:London

[S-S289] Census
1891 Census


Place:4 Earl Street, St. Marylebone London

[S-S290] Census
1881 Census


Place:2 Causton Street, Westminster, London Middlesex

[S-S291] Passenger List
"Rangitata" (London to New Zealand)


Family embarked at the Port of London on the "Rangitata" (New Zealand Shipping Line) on 22nd June 1939, bound for Wellington, New Zealand.

[S-S292] Letters
Letters to William Cobb (Steward of Felbrigg Hall)


From William Cobb senior to William Cobb junior - 27th March 1779. "James (I-P0843) is in a very good place of work at 12s per week as Foreman under Mr. Dukes at Lord Spencer's at Wimbledon where he may improve himself. Until a place should offer for him, it is a place of as much glass and forcing of all kinds as any in those parts and his business is in merely to look after it all."
Place:Norfolk Record Office Norfolk

[S-S293] Letters
Letters to William Cobb (Steward of Felbrigg Hall)


Place:Norfolk Record Office Norfolk

[S-S294] Letters
Letters to William Cobb (Steward of Felbrigg Hall)


Place:Norfolk Record Office Norfolk

[S-S295] Deed
Lease in Hampshire Record Office


Place:Northington Hampshire

[S-S296]

[S-S297] Family Tree (handwritten)
produced by Thomas Cobbe (1813-82)


This source was made available to me by Alec Cobbe, descendent of Charles Cobbe (1686-1765), Archbishop of Dublin.

[S-S298] Proceedings of the Old Bailey
Walter Miller (31) was indicted for the wilful murder of Elias Huelin


Place:London
Harriett Middleton (nee Cobb) and her daughter Harriett were witnesses in the trial.

[S-S299] Proceedings of the Old Bailey
David Pearson was indicted for uttering counterfeit coin.


Place:London
Sarah Mayhew was a witness in the trial.

[S-S300] Proceedings of the Old Bailey
James White was indicted for the wilful murder of Margaret White


Place:London
Louisa Mayhew (nee Rampling) was a witness in the trial.

[S-S301] Census
1911 Census


Place:15 Christ Church Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S302] Census
1911 Census


Place:Atkinson Morley Convalescent Hospital, Copse Hill, Wimbledon, London Surrey

[S-S303] Census
1911 Census


Place:The Convalescent Home of the Victoria Hospital for Children, Stone Road, Broadstairs Kent

[S-S304] Census
1911 Census


Place:48 Slaidburn Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S305] Census
1911 Census


Place:14 Causton Street, Westminster, London Middlesex

[S-S306] Census
1911 Census


Place:15 Humbolt Road, Fulham, London Middlesex

[S307]

[S-S308] Census
1911 Census


Place:21 Canterbury Road, South Willesbrough, Ashford Kent

[S-S309] Census
1851 Census


Place:13 York Buildings, Edmonton Middlesex

[S-S310] Census
1911 Census


Place:13 Crown Street, Portsmouth Hampshire

[S-S311] Census
1841 Census


Place:Lawrence Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S312] Administrative Record
Presentation deed, Swarraton rectory: William Fish, on the death of Gilbert Huett


held by Hampshire Record Office
Place:Swarraton Hampshire

[S-S313] Research
carried out by Thomas Cobbe (1813-1882)


Copy of hand-written chart held by Reg Mayhew

[S-S314]

[S-S315] AT
Archdeacon's Transcripts

[S-S316] Index
Boyd's Marriage Index

[S-S317] Census
1911 Census


Place:21 Slaidburn Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S318] Census
1891 Census


Place:6 Lawes Cottages, Creeks Mouth, Barking Essex
At the 1891 Census, Archibald Humphries was living with his uncle and aunt, Stephen and Sarah (nee Kaley) Symons, and recorded as their son.

[S-S319] Census
1901 Census


Place:9 Causton Street, Westminster, London Middlesex

[S-S320] Census
1871 Census


Place:5 Conduit Mews, Paddington, London Middlesex

[S-S321] Census
1861 Census


Place:60 Market Street, Paddington, London Middlesex

[S-S322] Census
1851 Census


Place:8 Chapter Street, Westminster, London Middlesex

[S-S323] Census
1911 Census


Place:26 Tetcott Road, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S324] Census
1911 Census


Place:Chelsea Infirmary, Cale Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S325] Census
1911 Census


Place:20 Grafton Street, Mayfair, London Middlesex
Susan Kentleton shown as "widow", although husband Henry is still alive and a patient in Chelsea Infirmary, Cale Street, Chelsea (Census ref. RG14 Piece395).

[S-S326] Census
1871 Census


Place:White Swan, Farringdon Street, London Middlesex

[S-S327] Census
1911 Census


Place:47 Blenheim Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S328] Census
1871 Census


Place:11 Hamilton Street, Battersea, London Surrey

[S-S329] Census
1851 Census


Place:1 Hampton Place, Brighton Sussex

[S-S330] Census
1851 Census


Place:1 Hampton Place, Brighton Sussex
Elizabeth Cole (General Servant) born in 1809 at Ticehurst, Sussex also resided at 1 Hampton Place in 1851 Census.

[S-S331] Census
1841 Census


Place:1 Hampton Place, Brighton Sussex

[S-S332] LDS FamilySearch

[S-S333] Census
1851 Census


Place:Lock & Key Yard, St. John Sepulchre, Norwich Norfolk

[S-S334] Census
1851 Census


Place:Norfolk Street, St. Margarets, Kings Lynn Norfolk

[S-S335] Census
1861 Census


Place:2 Blackfriars Road, Wisbech St. Peter, Wisbech Cambridgeshire

[S-S336] Census
1871 Census


Place:High Street, Wisbech Cambridgeshire

[S-S337] Census
1841 Census


Place:Golden Dog Lane, St. George Colegate, Norwich Norfolk

[S-S338] Census
1851 Census


Place:Cabinet Street, St. George Colegate, Norwich Norfolk

[S-S339] Census
1861 Census


Place:23 Queen Street, St. Stephens, Norwich Norfolk

[S-S340] Census
1871 Census


Place:Queen Street, Crook's Place, St. Stephens, Norwich Norfolk

[S-S341] Census
1881 Census


Place:23 Queen Street, St. Stephens, Norwich Norfolk

[S-S342] Census
1841 Census


Place:White Lion Street, St. Peter Mancroft, Norwich Norfolk

[S-S343] Census
1881 Census


Place:4 Crescent, Wisbech St. Peter, Wisbech Cambridgeshire

[S-S344] Census
1851 Census


Place:9 Ossulston Street, St. Pancras, Marylebone Middlesex

[S-S345] Census
1841 Census


Place:Kings Head Yard, St.Giles in the Fields, Finsbury Middlesex

[S-S346] Census
1891 Census


Place:50 Market Place, Wisbech St. Peter, Rings End, Wisbech Cambridgeshire

[S-S347] Census
1881 Census


Place:Ipswich Street, Stowmarket Suffolk

[S-S348] Census
1891 Census


Place:Causeway, Godmanchester Huntingdonshire

[S-S349] Census
1901 Census


Place:Causeway, Godmanchester Huntingdonshire

[S-S350] Census
1911 Census


Place:Causeway, Godmanchester Huntingdonshire

[S-S351] Census
1851 Census


Place:Entrance to Crooks Place, St. Stephen, Norwich Norfolk

[S352]

[S-S353] Census
1841 Census


Place:Rosemary Lane, St. Michael Coslany, Norwich Norfolk

[S-S354] Census
1851 Census


Place:9 Ossulston Street, St. Pancras, Marylebone Middlesex

[S-S355] Census
1851 Census


Place:Lower Terrace, St. John Hampstead Middlesex
Household of Peter Squire, Chemist

[S-S356] Census
1861 Census


Place:12 York Gate, Marylebone, London Middlesex
Houseold of Peter Squire, Her Majesty's Chemist

[S-S357] Census
1871 Census


Place:12 York Gate, Marylebone, London Middlesex
The household of Peter Squire, Her Majesty's Chemist

[S-S358] Newspaper
Bury & Norwich Post

[S-S359] Census
1861 Census


Place:90 Drummond Street, Pancras Wards, London Middlesex

[S360]

[S-S361] Census


Place:Caroline Place, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S362] Census
1901 Census


Place:51 Nofolk Street East, Wisbech St. Peter Cambridgeshire

[S-S363] Allegations for Marriage Licences Issued by the Commissary Court of Surrey

[S-S364] Census
1891 Census


Place:72 Lots Road, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S365] Census
1901 Census


Place:51 Waterford Road, Fulham, London Middlesex

[S-S366] Census
1871 Census


Place:Hampton Place, Brighton Sussex

[S-S367] Census
1841 Census


Place:Broom Lane, Fulham, London Middlesex

[S-S368] Census
1901 Census


Place:Claremont, Wolseley Road, Wallington, Croydon Surrey

[S-S369] Newspaper
Elgin Courier


Deaths:- At Elgin, on 11th inst., George Mackain, formerly tanner, aged 66 years
Place:Elgin, Morayshire, Scotland Morayshire

[S-S370] Newspaper
Kent & Sussex Courier


Deaths:- Sep. 13th at Bexhill, near Hastings, Katie Mary Isabel, eldest daughter of Wm. Fergus McKain Esq., late of the Royal Victoria Yard, Deptford, aged 18.
Place:Bexhill, Hastings, Sussex Sussex

[S-S371] Census
1901 Census


Place:17 Keppel Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S372]

[S-S373]

[S-S374] Census
1851 Census


Place:4 Granby Street, Bethnal Green, Tower Hamlets Middlesex

[S-S375] Census
1851 Census


Place:18 Denton Street, St. Pancras, Marylebone Middlesex

[S-S376] Census
1861 Census


Place:6 Queens Road, Islington, London Middlesex

[S-S377] Census
1861 Census


Place:24 Lawrence Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S378] Census
1871 Census


Place:Sheep Street, Market End, Bicester Oxfordshire

[S-S379] Census
1861 Census


Place:2 Camden Place Mill Road, Bexley Kent

[S-S380] Census
1911 Census


Place:4 Causton Street, Westminster, London Middlesex

[S-S381] Census
1871 Census


Place:Plane Street, Blackburn Lancashire

[S-S382] Census
1901 Census


Place:4 Sandringham Cottages, St. Peter's Kirkley, Lowestoft Suffolk

[S-S383] Census
1911 Census


Place:Woodside, Garston, Watford Hertfordshire
Also in residence were E.Park, Bertha Peck and Jane Wooster, all female Maids.

[S-S384] Census
1871 Census


Place:King Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex
"McKain" mispelt as "McKairn" in 1871 Census

[S-S385] Census
1911 Census


Place:6 Eli Street, West Kensington, London, England Middlesex

[S-S386] Census
1911 Census


Place:18 Clyde Buildings, Pages Walk, Old Kent Road, Bermondsey Surrey

[S-S387] Census
1911 Census


Place:61 Rayleigh Road, West Kensington, London, England Middlesex

[S-S388] Census
1911 Census


Place:22 Furness Road, Fulham, London Middlesex

[S-S389] Census
1901 Census


Place:8 Burton Mews, St. George Hanover Square, London, England Middlesex

[S-S390] Cem. Rec.
Southwark Cemetery Records


Place:Surrey

[S-S391] Census
1901 Census


Place:482 Kings Road, Chelsea, London, England Middlesex

[S-S392] Census
1911 Census


Place:15 Christ Church Street, Chelsea, London, England Middlesex

[S-S393] Census
1891 Census


Place:Maulden Rectory, Ampthill Road, Maulden Bedfordshire

[S-S394]

[S-S395] Book
Cottages and Common Fields of Richmond and Kew


Place:Richmond Surrey
Hewitt Cobb is listed as the Occupier (rate payer) of a tenement (owned by Mrs. Ann Grose) on Pesthouse Common (N side). The information is from the 1771 Survey of the Manor of Richmond (The National Archives ref. CRES5/346) and the 1771 rate book.

[S-S396] Census
1861 Census


Place:26 Little Windmill Street, St. James Westminster, London Middlesex

[S-S397] Census (USA)
1930 Census (USA)


Place:6 Brook Lane, Scarsdale, New York, Westchester County, United States of America

[S-S398] Marriage Records
Willesborough (Kent) Marriages 1813-1936


Place:Kent

[S-S399] Census
1851 Census


Place:Asylum Terrace, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S400] Census
1861 Census


Place:52 Kings Road, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S401] Census
1871 Census


Place:52 Kings Road, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S402] Census
1851 Census


Place:Museum Street, St. George Bloomsbury, London Middlesex

[S-S403] Burial Record
Brookwood Cemetery - Extract from Burial Register

[S-S404] Newspaper
The Coventry Times


Advertisement for the Coventry Collegiate School, King Street, Coventry

[S-S405] Newspaper
Bury & Norwich Post


DIED "On the 9th inst while on a visit at his nephew's, Capt. H.Meek, Ipswich, aged 84, Mr. A.W.Mckain."
Place:Suffolk, England

[S-S406] Census
1891 Census


Place:23 Granfield Street, Battersea, Wandsworth, London, England Surrey

[S-S407]

[S-S408] Newpaper
Reynold's News


The Police Courts.

Marlborough Street.

Outrage in Hyde Park:- Norah Fitzgerald, a young woman with a baby, was charged on Monday with wounding Thomas Kentleton, lathrender, Harwoood-terrace, Sand's-end, Fulham. Prosecutor, whose left arm was bandaged, said that shortly before seven o'clock on Wednesday evening, as he was walking home across Hyde Park, and when near the Marble Arch, he was accosted by the prisoner, who asked him for money. Other women were near to her at the time. He told her he had nothing but a few coppers, when two of the others came up, and as they surrounded him the prisoner stabbed him in the left arm. On getting his coat off he found that a long needle or pin had been thrust through his arm below the elbow, and was still in it. He called out "Police !" and a constable came and took him to hospital. The woman ran away, and a warrant was issued for the arrest of the prisoner. Mr. Crowle, house surgeon at St. Mary's, said the prosecutor, whom he had examined, had a bonnet pin transfixed through his left arm. Witness had to cut into the flesh before he could remove it. Police-constable 117 D said he took the prisoner into custody on suspicion of being the person wanted. On the way to the station she said there was a dispute about money. She called out "Murder!" and "Police!" and the man struck her again. They struggled, and that was how the pin got into his arm. The prosecutor denied the prisoner's statement, and said that she followed him. The prisoner was committed for trial.

[S-S409] Census
1881 Census


Place:49 Caversham Street, Chelsea, London, England Middlesex

[S-S410] Census
1881 Census


Place:45 Skiers Street, West Ham, Londo, England Essex

[S-S411] Census
1841 Census


Place:South Row, St. James, Westminster, London, England Middlesex

[S-S412] Census
1851 Census


Place:26 Little Windmill Street, St. James, Westminster, London, England Middlesex

[S-S413] Newspaper
Middlesex Chronicle


Mr. Hewett Cobb, of Beverley Wellington-road South, attained his 73rd birthday yesterday (Friday).

[S-S414] Census
1911 Census


Place:56 Arthur Street, Chelsea, London Middlesex

[S-S415] Census
1871 Census


Place:8 Charlotte Street, East Side, St. Pancras, London Middlesex

[S-S416] Norfolk Burials


Place:Norfolk Record Office Norfolk

[S-S417] Census
1911 Census

[S-S418]

[S-S419] Census
1911 Census


Place:108 Christchurch Street, Ipswich Suffolk

[S-S420] Census
1911 Census


Place:3 West Cottages, Florence Road, Pakefield Suffolk

[S-S421] Census
US Census


Place:Swannanoa, Buncombe, North Carolina, USA

[S-S422] Book
"A Tommy's Life in the Trenches"

[S-S423] Census
US Census


Place:Manhattan Ward 9, New York, USA

[S-S424] Census
1939 Register

[S-S425] Census
1901 Census


Place:146 Clapham Road, Lowestoft, Mutford Suffolk

[S-S426] Census
1881 Census


Place:14 First Street, Chelsea, London, England Middlesex

[S-S427] Census
1851 Census


Place:Wilby Road, Stradbroke Suffolk

[S-S428] City of Westminster Archives Centre


Place:Middlesex

[S-S429] Newspaper
Morning Advertiser

[S-S430] Census
1891 Census


Place:Arundel, Spring Grove, Heston, Brentford Middlesex

[S-S431] Publication
The History of the Province of Moray Vols. 1-3 by Lachlan Shaw

[S-S432] Book
A Tommy's Life in the Trenches (a Soldier Artist on the Western Front)

[S-S433] pdcert
Parent's death certificate

[S-S434] Newspaper
The Morning Chronicle


"REWARD - Whereas THOMAS HAINSBY did, on the 15th? June last, desert his wife and children, leaving them chargeable to the Parish of Stoke Newington, he is 41 years of age, about 5ft 10 inches high, very pale and thin and works as a journeyman tailor. - Whosoever will apprehend the said Thomas Hainsby, and deliver him to the Overseers of the Poor of Stoke Newington, shall receive the sum of 2."
Place:Stoke Newington, London, England

[S-S435] Census
1841 Census


Place:Commercial Road, Camberwell (Peckham), Lambeth Surrey

[S-S436] Census
1911 Census


Place:The Priory, Little Waldingfield Suffolk

[S-S437] University Roll
Oxford University Roll of Service


Matriculated 1908

[S-S438] Boyds Inhabitants of London

[S-S439] Book
Dust Storms in China Teacups: Ragless family heritage to Australia

[S-S440] Minutes
Elgin Kirk Session Minutes

[S-S441] Census
1881 Census


Place:39 Felix Street, Lambeth, London Surrey

[S-S442] Directory
The History, Topography & Directory of Warwickshire


James and Richard Rice, cabinet and dressing case and portable desk etc. makers of Bradford Street, Birmingham.

[S-S443] Census
1841 Census


Place:Rock Street, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, England Lancashire

[S-S444] Census
1851 Census


Place:Church View, Bootle cum Linacre, West Derby Lancashire

[S-S445] Census
1861 Census


Place:71 St. Anne Street, Liverpool, England Lancashire

[S-S446] Index
Greater London Burial Index

[S-S447] Website
Angmering Village Life


Place:Angmering, Sussex, England Sussex

[S448]

[S-S449] Census
1841 Census


Place:Poling Sussex

[S-S450] Census
1851 Census


Place:Angmering Sussex

[S-S451] Census
1841 Census


Place:Angmering Sussex

[S-S452] Census
1861 Census


Place:Angmering Sussex

[S-S453] Census
1871 Census


Place:Angmering Sussex

[S-S454] Census
1881 Census


Place:The Square, Angmering Sussex

[S-S455] Census
1891 Census


Place:Street, Angmering Sussex

[S-S456] Census
1901 Census


Place:Ann's Cottage, The Square, Angmering Sussex

[S-S457] Census
1841 Census


Place:Stoke Green, St. Mary Stoke, Ipswich Suffolk

[S-S458] Census
1841 Census


Place:Parsons Green, Fulham, London Middlesex

[S-S459] Newspaper
Dublin Gazette

[S-S460] Census
1861 Census


Place:14 New Street, Kensington, London, England Middlesex

[S-S461] Letter Extract


"Aunt S?? told me that my grandma (Sarah Ragless, born at Angmering but adopted by an Aunt at Waltham Green (Walham Green, Fulham, Middlesex)) went to do sewing at the house of Mrs Morland & heard her and her two daughters talking about the expected return of the only son, after many years absence. Within 6 weeks of his return, he had married the little dressmaker - she 34 and he 40 years old. Her aunt disowned her & adopted her younger sister who married with her consent and inherited her few houses etc. etc. (my Great Aunt Mrs Bohne who lived to be 95). His mother would have nothing more to do with him & at her death left all her property to her two daughters. (She kept her carriage etc..) with the exception of 20 a year to her son for his life, which he refused to accept. I fancy they must have been very poor, but in my estimation he was lucky to get such a wife. She was a dear little woman, very clever in all household accomplishments, could cook, knit & sew, taught her daughters (illegible). I have a silver tablespoon with her initials & another with those of an older sister, that were always spoken of as 'christening presents' & I remember her three brothers coming to see father when I was 16 - the year after grandma died (1866) and inviting James and I to Angmering. But we never went. When my uncle John was born the Morland family undertook to educate and provide for him & trustees were appointed. He was to have gone to Eton - but after he was drowned at 9yrs of age - nothing was ever done for my Aunt or my mother".

[S-S462] Book
Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol. 2

[S-S463] Census
1841 Census


Place:Hertford Street, Westminster, London, England Middlesex

[S-S464] Marriage Licences (Archdeaconry of Sudbury)

[S-S465] Burial Register
Register of Burials in the West London and Westminster Cemetery, Earl's Court, Old Brompton

[S-S466] Burial Register
Kensal Green Cemetery (Kensington and Chelsea) Register

[S-S467] Burial Register
Camberwell Old Cemetery (Southwark)

[S-S468] Census
1891 Census


Place:Brooks Cottages, Smyrks Road, Southwark, London Surrey

[S-S469] Census
1861 Census


Place:Penton Ville, Caroline Place, Middle Row, Chelsea Middlesex

[S-S470] Census
1881 Census


Place:51 Pond Place, Chelsea, London, England Middlesex

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Crockfords Clerical Directory

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