Note N1268 Index
In the 1901 census, he and the rest of of family were living at 60 Devonshire Road in Croydon. He was shown as a "corporation road labourer". In 1891, he was a "carman", and the family was living at the same address. In 1881, he was a servant on a farm in Horsham, owned by John Tullett?
Note N1269 Index
It would seem that she gave birth to an illegitimate daughter, Sabrina, in 1845. Sabrina lived with her grandparents in 1851 and was a servant in the 1861 census.
Note N1270 Index
As her middle name was Sallers, perhaps her father was a Sallers.
Note N1271 Index
Her sister advises that she was born with a heart condition that led to her death at age two.
Note N1272 Index
The parish register shows them living at 10 Back Church, Lanes. The witnesses were William Timms and one S. Dicken(?). Most importantly, his father is shown as John Jarrett which confirms my choice.
Note N1273 Index
The first marriage banns were read in Cherington on February 18th.
Note N1274 Index
At age 15, she was already a house servant in the home of Frances Hook, Master Baker in St. Pancreas, St. Marylebone, Middlesex.
In the 1881 census, she and the three children were living in Walthamstow, Essex. She was a widow. Clara was an assistant school mistress. Sarah was a teacher, and Henry was a house painter.
Note N1275 Index
His MI says buried at 3 months.
Note N1276 Index
I have added this child because in the 1901 census for Dorn, he is living with his uncle and aunt, John and Elizabeth Timms. He is show as 35 years old, single, and a pupil of some kind.
There is an Edward Basson buried next to the Timms, perhaps that is a transcription entry.
Note N1277 Index
His buruak said that he died at 9 weeks of age.
Note N1278 Index
The witnesses were Joseph Malin and Thomas Day.
Note N1279 Index
The note in the burial register says ?84. If correct, that would make her born in 1772.
Note N1280 Index
Mary Ann appears to have never married. In every census from 1841 on, she is noted as a spinster. She always lived at the same address on New Street on Chipping Norton, and like her aunt, was a seamstress.
In the 1881 census, she was living on her own at 324 New Street and was a dressmaker.
In the 1901 census, she was noted as living on her own means, but as well she was noted as Hemer and Gardener (Markets), whatever that means.
Note N1281 Index
His age at burial was noted to be 75; therefore, he was likely born in 1780. In the 1841 census, he was shown as born in the county and was a seive maker. In the 1851 census, he was shown as born in Chipping Norton. He was a lodger in his sister-in-law's house at 38 New Street. He was a sieve maker.
The administration of the wil of Elizabeth Timms, his sister in law, by his wife Ann and daughter Mary Jane, said that Ann was a widow, therefore I have said that he died before 1860