William EDWARDS1,2,3,4

#2901
Last Edited=18 Mar 2003
     William EDWARDS witnessed the marriage of Benjamin Clark PAYNE and Caroline Frances Harriett URIDGE on 25 September 1871 at The Parish Church, St. James the Great, Middlesex.5,3,6

Sources of Information:

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages "1871/Q3 Bethnal Green Volume 1c Page 640."
  2. [S67] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk/) 10 March, 2002 PDF Matched entry.
  3. [S86] 1881 Census "FHL Film 1341051 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 0236 Folio 57 Page 63."
  4. [S133] Copy marriage certificate of Benjamin Clark Payne and Harriett Uridge (25 September 1871) . "13 March 2002." Click to view certificate
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages "1871/Q3 URIDGE, Harriett = PAYNE, Benjamin Clark Bethnal Green 1c 640."
  6. [S133] Copy marriage certificate of Benjamin Clark Payne and Harriett Uridge (25 September 1871). Click to view certificate

Emma EDWARDS1,2,3,4

#2902
Last Edited=17 Mar 2003
     Emma EDWARDS witnessed the marriage of Benjamin Clark PAYNE and Caroline Frances Harriett URIDGE on 25 September 1871 at The Parish Church, St. James the Great, Middlesex.5,3,6 Emma EDWARDS witnessed the marriage of Elizabeth ELLIOTT and William Burker URIDGE on 18 January 1874 at The Parish Church, St. James the Great, Middlesex.7,8,9

Sources of Information:

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages "1871/Q3 Bethnal Green Volume 1c Page 640."
  2. [S67] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk/) 10 March, 2002 PDF Matched entry.
  3. [S86] 1881 Census "FHL Film 1341051 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 0236 Folio 57 Page 63."
  4. [S133] Copy marriage certificate of Benjamin Clark Payne and Harriett Uridge (25 September 1871) . "13 March 2002." Click to view certificate
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages "1871/Q3 URIDGE, Harriett = PAYNE, Benjamin Clark Bethnal Green 1c 640."
  6. [S133] Copy marriage certificate of Benjamin Clark Payne and Harriett Uridge (25 September 1871). Click to view certificate
  7. [S134] Copy marriage certificate of William Uridge and Elizabeth Elliott (18 January 1874) . "1874/1 Bethnal Green Volume 1c Page 347." Click to view certificate
  8. [S285] Copy of Parish Register entry, William Uridge & Elizabeth Elliott marriage of 18 January 1874. Click to view the church record
  9. [S6] Teresa Pask's Guesses, Theories and Speculation : Assumption based on time and location. Not definitely sure that this is the correct William.

Elizabeth ELLIOTT1

#2904
Last Edited=17 Mar 2003
     Elizabeth ELLIOTT was the daughter of Edward PULLEN.2
Elizabeth married William Burker URIDGE, son of William URIDGE, on 18 January 1874 at The Parish Church, St. James the Great, Middlesex.2,3,4

Sources of Information:

  1. [S6] Teresa Pask's Guesses, Theories and Speculation : 1871/3 Bethnal Green Volume 1c Page 640.
  2. [S134] Copy marriage certificate of William Uridge and Elizabeth Elliott (18 January 1874) . "1874/1 Bethnal Green Volume 1c Page 347." Click to view certificate
  3. [S285] Copy of Parish Register entry, William Uridge & Elizabeth Elliott marriage of 18 January 1874. Click to view the church record
  4. [S6] Teresa Pask's Guesses, Theories and Speculation : Assumption based on time and location. Not definitely sure that this is the correct William.

William URIDGE1

#2905, d. before 1874
Last Edited=18 Mar 2003
     William died before 1874.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S134] Copy marriage certificate of William Uridge and Elizabeth Elliott (18 January 1874) . "1874/1 Bethnal Green Volume 1c Page 347." Click to view certificate

Edward PULLEN1

#2906, d. before 1874
Last Edited=6 Mar 2003
     Edward died before 1874.1

Child of Edward PULLEN

Sources of Information:

  1. [S134] Copy marriage certificate of William Uridge and Elizabeth Elliott (18 January 1874) . "1874/1 Bethnal Green Volume 1c Page 347." Click to view certificate

Lucy EDWARDS1

#2907, b. 1853
Last Edited=1 Nov 2010
     Lucy EDWARDS was born in 1853 at St. Sepulchre, London.2 She was the daughter of Sophia MARSHALL.2 In the census of 2 April 1871 at 5 King Street, St. Bartholomew the Great, London, she was listed as a Tassel Maker, aged 18 born in St. Sepulchre, the [step] daughter of William EURIDGE.2 In the census of 3 April 1881 at 22 Middle Street, St. Sepulchre, London, she was listed as an Upholster Trimmer, aged 24 the stepdaughter of William EURIDGE.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S86] 1881 Census "FHL Film 1341081 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 0374 Folio 111 Page 16."
  2. [S664] Image of the 1871 census for 5 King Street, St. Bartholomew the Great, London: RG10 Piece 0422 Folio 58 Page 11 Enumerated under the name of EMERIDGE.
  3. [S662] Image of the 1881 census for Hammersmith, London: RG11 Piece 0374 Folio 111 Page 16.

Samuel TOWNSEND1

#2908
Last Edited=7 Feb 2007
     Samuel was a Farmer on 28 July 1864.1

Child of Samuel TOWNSEND

Sources of Information:

  1. [S136] Copy marriage certificate of William Uridge and Emma Eliza Townsend (28 July 1864). Click to view certificate

Phoeby URIDGE1

#2909, b. between 1810 and 1819, d. 17 May 1889
Last Edited=31 Oct 2012
     Phoeby URIDGE was born between 1810 and 1819 at Hoo, Kent.1,2,3,4,5,6 She was the daughter of George URIDGE and Frances LANE.7 Phoeby lived with, but never married Richard BATHURST.1,2,8,9 In 4 November 1840, at the time of their daughter Emma's birth, they lived with their family at 6 Brand Street, Greenwich, London.10 Phoeby BATHURST was the informant on the birth certificate of her daughter, Emma BATHURST, who was born on 4 November 1840 at 6 Brand Street, Greenwich, London.1,11,12,13,14,10 In the census of 7 June 1841 at 6 Brand Street, Greenwich, London, she was listed as the wife of Richard BATHURST.2,15,16,10 Phoeby URIDGE was named as a beneficiary in Richard BATHURST's will made on 28 May 1845.17,18
Her husband, Richard, died on 21 July 1845 in 6 Brand Street, Greenwich, London.1,19,2,20,21 Phebe BATHURST was listed as a widow, aged 38 and the Head of Household in the census of 30 March 1851 at 3 East Street, Greenwich, Kent.22 She emigrated in July 1852 to New Zealand; on the ship "Samarang". The ages of the children are recorded as younger. This was common practice to obtain a cheaper fare.23
Pheobe married Richard MARTIN on 16 April 1857.24,25,26 Pheobe died on 17 May 1889 at New Zealand

Her death certificate reads:

Died age 78 of Cardiac valvular disease, and Syncope. Dr. William A. Fisher made last visit on 17 March 1889.
Her father and mother's surname was given as URAGE. Her father's occupation was Farm Labourer, and she was born in Kent, England. She had been in New Zealand 33 years.
She married in England at 15 years of age to William Bathhurst.
She married in Lyttelton at 47 years of age to Richard Martin.
She had 2 males and 2 females living from the 1st marriage, no issue from 2nd marriage.
The informant was Silas Bathurst, grandson of deceased. Okains Bay.1,2,27

Children of Phoeby URIDGE and Richard BATHURST

Sources of Information:

  1. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 18 April 2002.
  2. [S247] Letter from Shirley Dixon to Teresa Paskdated 5 October 1984.
  3. [S251] Copy death certificate of Phoebe Martin (17 May 1889) "Died age 78. Her father and mother surname was given as URAGE. Her father's occupation was a Farm Labourer, and she was born in Kent, England." Click to view certificate
  4. [S254] Samarang http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nzbound/…, " age given as 38."
  5. [S282] 1851 Census for 3 East Street, Greenwich "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/1587 Folio 155b aged 38, born Hoo, Kent."
  6. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 7 September 2002.
  7. [S6] Teresa Pask's Guesses, Theories and Speculation : Based on 1851 census - age and place of birth.
  8. [S251] Copy death certificate of Phoebe Martin (17 May 1889) "She married in England at 15 years of age to William Bathurst." Click to view certificate
  9. [S462] Will of Richard Bathurst, dated 28 May 1845 Showed that they were not married. Click to view will
  10. [S304] Copy birth certificate of Emma Bathurst (4 November 1840). Click to view certificate
  11. [S254] Samarang http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nzbound/…, " aged 10 years."
  12. [S248] Index of Baptisms & Marriages in the Parish of Greenwich-East, Kent "Emma d Richard and Pheobe of Brand St, Gent. Bapt 1 Nov 1840, Born 4 Dec 1840."
  13. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births "1840/Q4 Greenwich 5 219."
  14. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 8 September 2002; provided transcript of birth certificate.
  15. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 11 July 2002: "Address could be 6 or 66 Brand Street, Greenwich."
  16. [S283] 1841 Census for Brand Street, Greenwich, Kent "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/483 Folio 13 Page 22 & 23."
  17. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 31 August 2003: Transcript of Richard Bathurst's will. Missing information provided by John Bathurst.
  18. [S462] Will of Richard Bathurst, dated 28 May 1845. Click to view will
  19. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 14 August 2002.
  20. [S67] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk/) 1845/Q3 Greenwich 5 150.
  21. [S358] Burial, Greenwich, 1842 Aug - 1849 Jun "Page 251, No. 2016 "Died 21 July 1845, aged 48.""
  22. [S282] 1851 Census for 3 East Street, Greenwich "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/1587 Folio 155b."
  23. [S254] Samarang http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nzbound/…
  24. [S247] Letter from Shirley Dixon to Teresa Paskreceived 5 October 1984.
  25. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 7 July 2002.
  26. [S250] Copy marriage certificate of Richard Martin and Phoebe Bathurst (16 April 1857) "Richard was a Mariner, and a bachelor of full age. Pheobe was a widow, of full age. The witnesses were Thomas Fowler, and Caroline Henrietta Bathurst,." Click to view certificate
  27. [S251] Copy death certificate of Phoebe Martin (17 May 1889). Click to view certificate
  28. [S365] Baptisms, St. Mary, Chatham, Kent, 1813-1814; Aug 1826-April 1830 "P85/1/23 "Frances Elizabeth d Richard & Pheebe BATHURST, Chatham, Clerk in Dock Yard Jamaica"." Searched by Raymond Godfrey 26 November 2002.
  29. [S248] Index of Baptisms & Marriages in the Parish of Greenwich-East, Kent 9 October 1837 bp BATHURST Richard George, s of Richard & Phebe of Brand St, Clerk (Born 30 May 1837).
  30. [S357] Baptism, Greenwich, 1830 Mar - 1853 Jan "Page 185, No. 1480 - Emma dau or Richard & Phobe BATHURST of Brand Street Gentleman. Baptised 4 December 1840, born Nov ?"
  31. [S247] Letter from Shirley Dixon to Teresa Paskdated 5 October 1984; (year stated as 1843).
  32. [S357] Baptism, Greenwich, 1830 Mar - 1853 Jan.

Richard BATHURST1,2

#2910, b. 1797, d. 21 July 1845
Last Edited=15 Feb 2009
     Richard BATHURST was born in 1797 at England. Son of Edward and Sophia BATHURST nee MCPHERSON.1,3,4,5 Richard lived with, but never married Phoeby URIDGE, daughter of George URIDGE and Frances LANE.1,3,6,7 Richard was a Clerk in the Naval Yard between 1830 and 1831 at Port Royal, Jamaica.8 Richard was a Clerk in the Naval Yard at Chatham, Kent.9 In 4 November 1840, at the time of their daughter Emma's birth, they lived with their family at 6 Brand Street, Greenwich, London.10 Richard was listed as the Head of Household in the census of 7 June 1841 at 6 Brand Street, Greenwich, London.3,11,12,10 Richard was a Third class clerk, working for the Government and other Public Offices - Inspector General of Naval Hospitals and Fleets in 1842 at Admiralty Civil Department, Somerset House, London, London.13 He made a will dated 28 May 1845 This is the last will and testament of me Richard Bathurst of Greenwich in the County of Kent, Gentlemen, made and declared the twenty eight day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty five.
First I hereby revoke all former wills and testamentary writings and of this my last will and testament do constitue and appoint my cousin Thomas Bathurst of Plumstead in the County of Kent, Innkeeper, executor. I give and bequeath unto the said Thomas Bathurst all and singular my household furniture, plate, linen, china and effects and all my ready money, money in the public stocks or funds or otherwise due and owing to me and all other my Personal Estate whatsoever and wheresoever Upon Trust in the first place to pay there out all my just debts, funeral and testamentary expenses and subject I give and bequeath the same and any part thereof unto Phoebe Uridge who now lives with me for her own use and benefit and the better to enable her to bring up my several children by her namely Frances Elizabeth, Caroline Henrietta, William, Richard George, Dorothy Ellen, Sarah Ann and Emma and I devise to the said Thomas Bathurst all such trust estates as are now vested in me to hold the same upon the several trusts affecting the same And I desire my said Executor to reimburse himself from my said trust property all reasonable expenses incurred by him in the execution thereof. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand the day and year first above written Richard Bathurst signed and declared by the said testator Richard Bathurst as his last will and testament in the presence of us present at the same time who in his presence at his request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses.
Guy Shute, Greenwich, Kent, surgeon
Thomas Hundy, Greenwich, schoolmaster.14,15

Richard died on 21 July 1845 in 6 Brand Street, Greenwich, London.1,16,3,17,4 Richard was buried on 26 July 1845 at St. Alfege, Greenwich, London.4 His estate was proved at London the 21st February 1846 before the worshipful John Danberry Doctor of Law and Surrogate by the oath of Thomas Bathurst the sole executor to whom ? was granted having been first sworn to administer.18

Children of Richard BATHURST and Phoeby URIDGE

Sources of Information:

  1. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 18 April 2002.
  2. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 15 September 2003: Photograph provided.
  3. [S247] Letter from Shirley Dixon to Teresa Paskdated 5 October 1984.
  4. [S358] Burial, Greenwich, 1842 Aug - 1849 Jun "Page 251, No. 2016 "Died 21 July 1845, aged 48.""
  5. [S469] GEDCOM file created by Janice Polgase.
  6. [S251] Copy death certificate of Phoebe Martin (17 May 1889) "She married in England at 15 years of age to William Bathurst." Click to view certificate
  7. [S462] Will of Richard Bathurst, dated 28 May 1845 Showed that they were not married. Click to view will
  8. [S247] Letter from Shirley Dixon to Teresa Paskdated 1985.
  9. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask.
  10. [S304] Copy birth certificate of Emma Bathurst (4 November 1840). Click to view certificate
  11. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 11 July 2002: "Address could be 6 or 66 Brand Street, Greenwich."
  12. [S283] 1841 Census for Brand Street, Greenwich, Kent "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/483 Folio 13 Page 22 & 23."
  13. [S79] London Metropolitan Archives, Kelly's Post Office London Directory 1842, page 19. Under the main section Government and other Public Offices, Admiralty Civil Department, Somerset House, Inspector General of Naval Hospitals and Fleets, Clerks, third class.
  14. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 31 August 2003: Transcript of Richard Bathurst's will. Missing information provided by John Bathurst.
  15. [S462] Will of Richard Bathurst, dated 28 May 1845. Click to view will
  16. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 14 August 2002.
  17. [S67] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk/) 1845/Q3 Greenwich 5 150.
  18. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 31 August 2003: Transcript of Richard Bathurst's will.
  19. [S365] Baptisms, St. Mary, Chatham, Kent, 1813-1814; Aug 1826-April 1830 "P85/1/23 "Frances Elizabeth d Richard & Pheebe BATHURST, Chatham, Clerk in Dock Yard Jamaica"." Searched by Raymond Godfrey 26 November 2002.
  20. [S248] Index of Baptisms & Marriages in the Parish of Greenwich-East, Kent 9 October 1837 bp BATHURST Richard George, s of Richard & Phebe of Brand St, Clerk (Born 30 May 1837).
  21. [S357] Baptism, Greenwich, 1830 Mar - 1853 Jan "Page 185, No. 1480 - Emma dau or Richard & Phobe BATHURST of Brand Street Gentleman. Baptised 4 December 1840, born Nov ?"
  22. [S357] Baptism, Greenwich, 1830 Mar - 1853 Jan "Page 66, No. 528 "Edward son of Richard & Phoebe BATHURST of Brand Street Gentleman.""
  23. [S254] Samarang http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nzbound/…

Frances Elizabeth BATHURST1,2

#2911
Last Edited=29 Oct 2005
     Frances Elizabeth BATHURST was the daughter of Richard BATHURST and Phoeby URIDGE.1,2,3
Frances Elizabeth BATHURST was born between 1828 and 1830 at Chatham, Kent.1,4,5 She was baptised on 25 April 1830 at St. Mary, Chatham, Kent.6 In the census of 7 June 1841 at 6 Brand Street, Greenwich, London, she was listed as the daughter of Richard BATHURST.7,8,9,10 She was mentioned in Richard BATHURST's will made on 28 May 1845.11,12 In the census of 30 March 1851 at 3 East Street, Greenwich, Kent, she was listed as the daughter of Phebe BATHURST; aged 20. It gave her occupation as "Wife of Mariner".13 Frances Elizabeth BATHURST emigrated in 1851 to New Zealand; on the ship "Midlothian."14,15 Frances married Thomas FOWLER in 1851 on the ship "Midlothian", en route to New Zealand. They had a son, Thomas Fowler born 24 August 1852.15,14

Sources of Information:

  1. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 18 April 2002.
  2. [S247] Letter from Shirley Dixon to Teresa Paskdated 1985.
  3. [S365] Baptisms, St. Mary, Chatham, Kent, 1813-1814; Aug 1826-April 1830 "P85/1/23 "Frances Elizabeth d Richard & Pheebe BATHURST, Chatham, Clerk in Dock Yard Jamaica"." Searched by Raymond Godfrey 26 November 2002.
  4. [S247] Letter from Shirley Dixon to Teresa Paskdated 1985; states place of birth as Greenwich.
  5. [S286] Midlothian http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nzbound/…, " Age given as 23 years."
  6. [S365] Baptisms, St. Mary, Chatham, Kent, 1813-1814; Aug 1826-April 1830 "P85/1/23 Frances Elizabeth d Richard & Pheebe BATHURST, Chatham, Clerk in Dock Yard Jamaica." Searched by Raymond Godfrey 26 November 2002.
  7. [S247] Letter from Shirley Dixon to Teresa Paskdated 5 October 1984.
  8. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 11 July 2002: "Address could be 6 or 66 Brand Street, Greenwich."
  9. [S283] 1841 Census for Brand Street, Greenwich, Kent "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/483 Folio 13 Page 22 & 23."
  10. [S304] Copy birth certificate of Emma Bathurst (4 November 1840). Click to view certificate
  11. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 31 August 2003: Transcript of Richard Bathurst's will. Missing information provided by John Bathurst.
  12. [S462] Will of Richard Bathurst, dated 28 May 1845. Click to view will
  13. [S282] 1851 Census for 3 East Street, Greenwich "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/1587 Folio 155b."
  14. [S286] Midlothian http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nzbound/…
  15. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 8 September 2002.

Caroline Henrietta BATHURST1,2

#2912, b. 1834, d. 19 October 1920
Last Edited=31 Oct 2012
     Caroline Henrietta BATHURST was born in 1834 at Chatham, Kent.1 She was the daughter of Richard BATHURST and Phoeby URIDGE.1 In the census of 7 June 1841 at 6 Brand Street, Greenwich, London, she was listed as the daughter of Richard BATHURST.3,4,5,6 She was mentioned in Richard BATHURST's will made on 28 May 1845.7,8 In the census of 30 March 1851 at 3 East Street, Greenwich, Kent, she was listed as the daughter of Phebe BATHURST.9 She emigrated with her mother Pheobe and six siblings on the ship "Samarang" in July 1852 to New Zealand; on the ship "Samarang". The ages of the children are recorded as younger. This was common practice to obtain a cheaper fare.10 Caroline Henrietta BATHURST witnessed the marriage of Richard MARTIN and Pheobe BATHURST on 16 April 1857.11,12,13 Caroline was the partner of Alexander COFFIN; They had fourteen known children:
William Thomas Bathurst; Alexander Bathurst Coffin; William Henry Coffin; Edward James Coffin; Henrietta Louisa Coffin; Silas Augustus Bathurst; Seth Silverneil Bathurst Coffin; Philip George Bathurst Coffin; Alfred William Bathurst Coffin; Richard Uridge Bathurst; Walter Henry (Abbott) Coffin Bathurst; Charles Samuel Bathurst Coffin; Lillian Francis Bathurst Coffin; Peter Bathurst Coffin.14,3
Caroline died on 19 October 1920 in Stratford, New Zealand.14

Sources of Information:

  1. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 18 April 2002.
  2. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 15 September 2003: Photographs provided.
  3. [S247] Letter from Shirley Dixon to Teresa Paskdated 5 October 1984.
  4. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 11 July 2002: "Address could be 6 or 66 Brand Street, Greenwich."
  5. [S283] 1841 Census for Brand Street, Greenwich, Kent "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/483 Folio 13 Page 22 & 23."
  6. [S304] Copy birth certificate of Emma Bathurst (4 November 1840). Click to view certificate
  7. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 31 August 2003: Transcript of Richard Bathurst's will. Missing information provided by John Bathurst.
  8. [S462] Will of Richard Bathurst, dated 28 May 1845. Click to view will
  9. [S282] 1851 Census for 3 East Street, Greenwich "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/1587 Folio 155b."
  10. [S254] Samarang http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nzbound/…
  11. [S247] Letter from Shirley Dixon to Teresa Paskreceived 5 October 1984.
  12. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 7 July 2002.
  13. [S250] Copy marriage certificate of Richard Martin and Phoebe Bathurst (16 April 1857) "Richard was a Mariner, and a bachelor of full age. Pheobe was a widow, of full age. The witnesses were Thomas Fowler, and Caroline Henrietta Bathurst,." Click to view certificate
  14. [S469] GEDCOM file created by Janice Polgase.

William BATHURST1

#2913, b. 1836
Last Edited=16 May 2004
     William BATHURST was born in 1836 at Greenwich, London.1 He was the son of Richard BATHURST and Phoeby URIDGE.1 In the census of 7 June 1841 at 6 Brand Street, Greenwich, London, he was listed as the son of Richard BATHURST.2,3,4,5 He was mentioned in Richard BATHURST's will made on 28 May 1845.6,7 In the census of 30 March 1851 at 3 East Street, Greenwich, Kent, he was listed as the son of Phebe BATHURST; aged 14 and his occupation was a Page.8 He emigrated with his mother Pheobe and six siblings on the ship "Samarang" in July 1852 to New Zealand; on the ship "Samarang". The ages of the children are recorded as younger. This was common practice to obtain a cheaper fare.9

Sources of Information:

  1. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 18 April 2002.
  2. [S247] Letter from Shirley Dixon to Teresa Paskdated 5 October 1984.
  3. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 11 July 2002: "Address could be 6 or 66 Brand Street, Greenwich."
  4. [S283] 1841 Census for Brand Street, Greenwich, Kent "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/483 Folio 13 Page 22 & 23."
  5. [S304] Copy birth certificate of Emma Bathurst (4 November 1840). Click to view certificate
  6. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 31 August 2003: Transcript of Richard Bathurst's will. Missing information provided by John Bathurst.
  7. [S462] Will of Richard Bathurst, dated 28 May 1845. Click to view will
  8. [S282] 1851 Census for 3 East Street, Greenwich "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/1587 Folio 155b."
  9. [S254] Samarang http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nzbound/…

Richard George BATHURST1,2

#2914, b. 30 May 1837
Last Edited=16 May 2004
     Richard George BATHURST was born on 30 May 1837 at Greenwich, London.1,2 He was the son of Richard BATHURST and Phoeby URIDGE.1,2,3 Richard George BATHURST was baptised on 9 October 1837 at Greenwich, Kent.2 In the census of 7 June 1841 at 6 Brand Street, Greenwich, London, he was listed as the son of Richard BATHURST.3,4,5,6 He was mentioned in Richard BATHURST's will made on 28 May 1845.7,8 In the census of 30 March 1851 at 3 East Street, Greenwich, Kent, he was listed as the son of Phebe BATHURST.9 He emigrated with his mother Pheobe and six siblings on the ship "Samarang" in July 1852 to New Zealand; on the ship "Samarang". The ages of the children are recorded as younger. This was common practice to obtain a cheaper fare.10

Sources of Information:

  1. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 18 April 2002.
  2. [S248] Index of Baptisms & Marriages in the Parish of Greenwich-East, Kent 9 October 1837 bp BATHURST Richard George, s of Richard & Phebe of Brand St, Clerk (Born 30 May 1837).
  3. [S247] Letter from Shirley Dixon to Teresa Paskdated 5 October 1984.
  4. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 11 July 2002: "Address could be 6 or 66 Brand Street, Greenwich."
  5. [S283] 1841 Census for Brand Street, Greenwich, Kent "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/483 Folio 13 Page 22 & 23."
  6. [S304] Copy birth certificate of Emma Bathurst (4 November 1840). Click to view certificate
  7. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 31 August 2003: Transcript of Richard Bathurst's will. Missing information provided by John Bathurst.
  8. [S462] Will of Richard Bathurst, dated 28 May 1845. Click to view will
  9. [S282] 1851 Census for 3 East Street, Greenwich "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/1587 Folio 155b."
  10. [S254] Samarang http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nzbound/…

Dorothy Ellen BATHURST1

#2915, b. 1838, d. 4 May 1946
Last Edited=16 May 2004
     Dorothy Ellen BATHURST was born in 1838 at Greenwich, London.1 She was the daughter of Richard BATHURST and Phoeby URIDGE.1 In the census of 7 June 1841 at 6 Brand Street, Greenwich, London, he was listed as the son of Richard BATHURST.2,3,4,5 She was mentioned in Richard BATHURST's will made on 28 May 1845.6,7 In the census of 30 March 1851 at 3 East Street, Greenwich, Kent, she was listed as the daughter of Phebe BATHURST.8 She emigrated with her mother Pheobe and six siblings on the ship "Samarang" in July 1852 to New Zealand; on the ship "Samarang". The ages of the children are recorded as younger. This was common practice to obtain a cheaper fare.9
Dorothy married William (?) THOMAS on 24 March 1855 at Lyttleton, New Zealand.10
Dorothy married James Robertson LEASK on 8 September 1872.10
Dorothy died on 4 May 1946 in Foxton, New Zealand.10

Sources of Information:

  1. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 18 April 2002.
  2. [S247] Letter from Shirley Dixon to Teresa Paskdated 5 October 1984.
  3. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 11 July 2002: "Address could be 6 or 66 Brand Street, Greenwich."
  4. [S283] 1841 Census for Brand Street, Greenwich, Kent "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/483 Folio 13 Page 22 & 23."
  5. [S304] Copy birth certificate of Emma Bathurst (4 November 1840). Click to view certificate
  6. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 31 August 2003: Transcript of Richard Bathurst's will. Missing information provided by John Bathurst.
  7. [S462] Will of Richard Bathurst, dated 28 May 1845. Click to view will
  8. [S282] 1851 Census for 3 East Street, Greenwich "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/1587 Folio 155b."
  9. [S254] Samarang http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nzbound/…
  10. [S469] GEDCOM file created by Janice Polgase.

Sarah Ann BATHURST1,2

#2916, b. 1839, d. 30 January 1919
Last Edited=16 May 2004
Sarah Ann Bathurst
(1839-1919)
     Sarah Ann BATHURST was born in 1839 at Greenwich, London.1 She was the daughter of Richard BATHURST and Phoeby URIDGE.1 In the census of 7 June 1841 at 6 Brand Street, Greenwich, London, he was listed as the son of Richard BATHURST.3,4,5,6 She was mentioned in Richard BATHURST's will made on 28 May 1845.7,8 In the census of 30 March 1851 at 3 East Street, Greenwich, Kent, she was listed as the daughter of Phebe BATHURST.9 She emigrated with her mother Pheobe and six siblings on the ship "Samarang" in July 1852 to New Zealand; on the ship "Samarang". The ages of the children are recorded as younger. This was common practice to obtain a cheaper fare.10
Sarah married Joseph Henry DEAN on 19 July 1855 at Lyttleton, New Zealand.11
Sarah died on 30 January 1919 in New Zealand.11

Sources of Information:

  1. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 18 April 2002.
  2. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 15 September 2003: Photographs provided.
  3. [S247] Letter from Shirley Dixon to Teresa Paskdated 5 October 1984.
  4. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 11 July 2002: "Address could be 6 or 66 Brand Street, Greenwich."
  5. [S283] 1841 Census for Brand Street, Greenwich, Kent "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/483 Folio 13 Page 22 & 23."
  6. [S304] Copy birth certificate of Emma Bathurst (4 November 1840). Click to view certificate
  7. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 31 August 2003: Transcript of Richard Bathurst's will. Missing information provided by John Bathurst.
  8. [S462] Will of Richard Bathurst, dated 28 May 1845. Click to view will
  9. [S282] 1851 Census for 3 East Street, Greenwich "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/1587 Folio 155b."
  10. [S254] Samarang http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nzbound/…
  11. [S469] GEDCOM file created by Janice Polgase.

Emma BATHURST1,2,3,4

#2917, b. 4 November 1840, d. 27 June 1914
Last Edited=16 May 2004
Emma Dean née Bathurst
(1840-1914)
     Emma BATHURST was born on 4 November 1840 at 6 Brand Street, Greenwich, London.1,5,6,7,8,2 She was the daughter of Richard BATHURST and Phoeby URIDGE.1,2,9,10 Emma BATHURST was baptised on 4 December 1840 at St. Alfege, Greenwich, London.11,9 In the census of 7 June 1841 at 6 Brand Street, Greenwich, London, she was listed as the daughter of Richard BATHURST.10,12,13,2 She was mentioned in Richard BATHURST's will made on 28 May 1845.14,15 In the census of 30 March 1851 at 3 East Street, Greenwich, Kent, she was listed as the daughter of Phebe BATHURST.16 She emigrated with her mother Pheobe, and six siblings on the ship "Samarang" in July 1852 to New Zealand; on the ship "Samarang". The ages of the children are recorded as younger. This was common practice to obtain a cheaper fare.17
Emma married John DEAN on 16 September 1856 at Lyttleton, New Zealand.18
Emma died on 27 June 1914 in Palmerston North, New Zealand, at the age of 73.18

Sources of Information:

  1. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 18 April 2002.
  2. [S304] Copy birth certificate of Emma Bathurst (4 November 1840). Click to view certificate
  3. [S357] Baptism, Greenwich, 1830 Mar - 1853 Jan.
  4. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 15 September 2003: Photograph provided.
  5. [S254] Samarang http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nzbound/…, " aged 10 years."
  6. [S248] Index of Baptisms & Marriages in the Parish of Greenwich-East, Kent "Emma d Richard and Pheobe of Brand St, Gent. Bapt 1 Nov 1840, Born 4 Dec 1840."
  7. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births "1840/Q4 Greenwich 5 219."
  8. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 8 September 2002; provided transcript of birth certificate.
  9. [S357] Baptism, Greenwich, 1830 Mar - 1853 Jan "Page 185, No. 1480 - Emma dau or Richard & Phobe BATHURST of Brand Street Gentleman. Baptised 4 December 1840, born Nov ?"
  10. [S247] Letter from Shirley Dixon to Teresa Paskdated 5 October 1984.
  11. [S248] Index of Baptisms & Marriages in the Parish of Greenwich-East, Kent Emma d Richard and Pheobe of Brand St, Gent. Born 4 Nov 1840, Bapt 1 Dec 1840.
  12. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 11 July 2002: "Address could be 6 or 66 Brand Street, Greenwich."
  13. [S283] 1841 Census for Brand Street, Greenwich, Kent "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/483 Folio 13 Page 22 & 23."
  14. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 31 August 2003: Transcript of Richard Bathurst's will. Missing information provided by John Bathurst.
  15. [S462] Will of Richard Bathurst, dated 28 May 1845. Click to view will
  16. [S282] 1851 Census for 3 East Street, Greenwich "PRO Ref: H.O. 107/1587 Folio 155b."
  17. [S254] Samarang http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nzbound/…
  18. [S469] GEDCOM file created by Janice Polgase.

Edward BATHURST1,2

#2918, b. 1842, d. 1843
Last Edited=11 Nov 2003
     Edward BATHURST was born in 1842 at Greenwich, London.1 He was the son of Richard BATHURST and Phoeby URIDGE.1,2,3,4 Edward BATHURST was baptised on 30 May 1843 at Saint Alfege, Church Street, Greenwich, Kent.2 Edward died in infancy in 1843 at Greenwich, London.5,6,7

Sources of Information:

  1. [S138] E-mail from Judith Batt to Teresa Pask dated 18 April 2002.
  2. [S357] Baptism, Greenwich, 1830 Mar - 1853 Jan "Page 66, No. 528 "Edward son of Richard & Phoebe BATHURST of Brand Street Gentleman.""
  3. [S247] Letter from Shirley Dixon to Teresa Paskdated 5 October 1984; (year stated as 1843).
  4. [S357] Baptism, Greenwich, 1830 Mar - 1853 Jan.
  5. [S254] Samarang http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nzbound/…
  6. [S6] Teresa Pask's Guesses, Theories and Speculation : He did not emigrate with the rest of his family.
  7. [S67] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk/) 1843/Q2 Greenwich 5 180.

Sydney Francis COLE1,2

#2920, b. 18 July 1880, d. 1974
Last Edited=17 May 2005
Sydney Francis Cole
(1880-1974)
     Sydney Francis COLE was born on 18 July 1880 at 50 Newport Street, Ryde, Isle of Wight.2,3,4,5 He was the son of Thomas Francis COLE and Annie Potter GRANT.2,6 Sydney was baptized on 10 September 1880 in the All Saints Church, Ryde, Isle of Wight.6

In the census of 3 April 1881 at 50 Newport Street, Ryde, Isle of Wight, he was listed as aged 8 months, the son of Thomas F. COLE.7 In the census of 5 April 1891 at 9 Marlboro Road, Margate, Kent, he was listed as the son of Thomas F. COLE.8

Sydney married Leonora VEASEY, daughter of Sampson VEASEY and Annie White HILLIER, on 22 August 1903 at the Parish Church, Batcombe, Somerset; Witnessed by Wilfred John Cox and Mabel Ella Cole.9,10,2,11 At this time of his marriage Sydney was a Commercial Traveller and lived at St Mary's, Putney, London.2 Sydney and Leonora had a photograph taken in 1903, it was probably taken to mark the occasion of their marriage.12 Between 1904 and 1910 he had a photograph taken with his mother, and two siblings.13

In 1905, at the time of the birth of their daughter Elsie Muriel Cole, Sydney and Leonora lived at 17 Huxley Avenue, Cheetham, Lancashire, and he was a Commercial Traveller.14 Sydney was the informant on the birth certificate.15,14

Sydney served in World War I and a photograph was taken of him in his sergeant's uniform.16

Probably in 1920, Sydney and Leonora had a family group photograph taken with their five children.17 At one time he was President of the United Kingdom Commercial Travellers Association.18

Sydney Francis COLE witnessed the marriage of William BARKER and Elsie Muriel COLE on 1 September 1933 at St. Mary's Parish Church, Manchester, Lancashire; Witnessed by C. Barker, W. Barker, S.F. Cole, J.W. Parkinson.15,19 When their grandson, Geoffrey Howard Barker, was christened in 1943-4, it is likely that the family had a family group photograph taken, showing three generations.20

Sydney died in 1974 in the Fylde, Lancashire.3 Mavis, his grand-daughter wrote "He was a lovely man who I will always remember with affection."18

Research Note: Searched in the 1901 census for Sidney/Sydney - nothing found.

Children of Sydney Francis COLE and Leonora VEASEY

Sources of Information:

  1. [S142] Lenora Adams née Veasey "Telephone conversation 18 April, 2002."
  2. [S151] Copy marriage certificate of Sydney Francis Cole and Leonora Veasey (22 August 1903). Click to view certificate
  3. [S442] E-mail from Don Cutten to Teresa Pask, dated 12 January 2004: Death 1974/Q1 Fylde 10c 740.
  4. [S442] E-mail from Don Cutten to Teresa Pask, dated 12 January 2004: Birth 1880/Q3 I.O.W. 2b 623.
  5. [S549] Copy birth certificate of Sydney Frances Cole (18 July 1880). Kindly provided by Mavis and Lise Estcourt. Click to view certificate
  6. [S261] Website Family Search (LDS) (http://www.familysearch.org) Batch No. C166621 1865 - 1888.
  7. [S556] Image of the 1881 census for Ryde, Hampshire: RG11 Piece 1178 Folio 48 Page 47.
  8. [S555] Image of the 1891 census for Margate, Kent: RG12 Piece 727 Folio 16 Page 25.
  9. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages "1903/Q3 Shepton Mallet Volume 5c Page 851."
  10. [S142] Lenora Adams née Veasey "Telephone conversation April 18, 2002."
  11. [S550] Black and white photograph of Sydney and Leonora Cole. Probably taken about the time of their marriage. Kindly provided by Mavis and Lise Estcourt. Click to view photograph
  12. [S561] Sepia photograph of Sydney & Leonora Cole. Kindly provided by Mavis and Lise Estcourt. Click to view the family group photograph
  13. [S565] Black and white photograph of family group photograph of Annie Cole née Grant with her daughter and two of her sons. Kindly provided by Mavis and Lise Estcourt. "Back row: Sydney Francis Cole, Ella Cole. Front row: Annie Cole née Grant and Wilfred Cole." Click to view the family group photograph
  14. [S552] Copy birth certificate of Elsie Muriel Cole (25 May 1905). Kindly provided by Mavis and Lise Estcourt. Click to view certificate
  15. [S546] E-mail from Lise Estcourt to Teresa Pask dated 19 August 2004 (Cole1.pdf).
  16. [S559] Sepia photograph of Sydney Francis Cole. Kindly provided by Mavis and Lise Estcourt. Click to view photograph
  17. [S558] Sepia photograph of Cole Family Group. Kindly provided by Mavis and Lise Estcourt. "Back row: Elsie, Arthur, Ralph
    Front row: Leonora, Hilda, Eric, Sydney." Click to view the family group photograph
  18. [S547] E-mail from Mavis Estcourt to Teresa Pask dated 11 August 2004.
  19. [S563] Black and white photograph of wedding of William & Elsie Barker née Cole. Kindly provided by Mavis and Lise Estcourt. Click to view the wedding photograph
  20. [S560] Sepia photograph of Cole-Barker Family Group. Kindly provided by Mavis and Lise Estcourt. "Back Row: Sydney Cole, William Barker, William Barker Jnr
    Middle Row: Leonora Cole née Veasey, Elsie Barker née Cole (holding Geoffrey Howard Barker), Constance Barker
    Front Row: Mavis Barker." Click to view the family group photograph

Jim ADAMS1

#2921, d. 5 September 1975
Last Edited=6 Mar 2003
     Jim married Leonora VEASEY, daughter of Herbert VEASEY and Margaret Jane REES.1
Jim died on 5 September 1975.1

Child of Jim ADAMS and Leonora VEASEY

  • Rodney ADAMS1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S142] Lenora Adams née Veasey "Telephone conversation 18 April, 2002."

Gilbert VEASEY1

#2923, b. 7 October 1887
Last Edited=9 Sep 2006
Batcombe Lodge, Batcombe, Somerset
     Gilbert VEASEY was born on 7 October 1887 at Wanstrow, Somerset.2,3 He was the son of Sampson VEASEY and Annie White HILLIER.2,4 In the census of 5 April 1891 at Wanstrow Hill Farm, Wanstrow, Somerset, he was listed as aged 3 born in born in Wanstrow, the son of Sampson VEASEY.5 In the census of 31 March 1901 at Horsehill Lane, Batcombe, Somerset, he was listed as aged 13 born in Wanstrow, the son of Sampson VEASEY.6 Gilbert married Rachel Harris WILLSTEAD, daughter of Malachi WILLSTEAD, on 3 September 1908 at The Register Office, Shepton Mallet, Somerset. Rachel was a Domestic Servant, aged 19, and living at Holly Hill, Batcombe. Gilbert was a Hurdle Maker, aged 20, living at Upton Noble. The marriage was witnessed by Charles Tanner, and Elsie Hatcher.7,8,4 As of 20 September 1908, Gilbert VEASEY and Rachel Harris WILLSTEAD lived at Upton Noble, Somerset.9 As of 23 June 1910, Gilbert VEASEY and Rachel Harris WILLSTEAD lived at Batcombe Lodge, Batcombe, Somerset.7

Children of Gilbert VEASEY and Rachel Harris WILLSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S143] 1891 Census for Somerset "PRO Ref: RG12 Piece 1905 Folio 19 Page 4."
  2. [S143] 1891 Census for Somerset "PRO Ref: RG12/1905 folio 19 page 4."
  3. [S546] E-mail from Lise Estcourt to Teresa Pask dated 21 August 2004 (Family Bibles).
  4. [S379] Copy marriage certificate of Gilbert Veasey and Rachel Harris Willstead (3 September 1908). Click to view certificate
  5. [S566] Image of the 1891 census for Wanstrow, Somerset: RG12 Piece 1905 Folio 19 Page 4 Enumerated under the name of Vizzy Veasey.
  6. [S567] Image of the 1901 census for Batcombe, Somerset: RG13 Piece 2314 Folio 20 Page 17.
  7. [S163] Copy birth certificate of William Edward John Veasey (23 June 1910). Click to view certificate
  8. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages "1908/Q3 Shepton M. 5c 881. There was no cross-reference with Willstead, Wilstead, Willsted or Hillstead."
  9. [S164] Copy birth certificate of Arthur Ernest Veasey (10 August 1908). Click to view certificate
  10. [S760] E-mail from Dawn Aldworth to Teresa Pask dated 2 September 2006.

Herbert Reginald VEASEY1,2

#2924, b. 24 November 1914, d. 1966
Last Edited=27 Aug 2012
Herbert (Eddie) Reginald Veasey
(1914-c1954)
     Herbert Reginald VEASEY was born on 24 November 1914 at Upton Noble, Somerset.2,1 He was the son of Herbert VEASEY and Margaret Jane REES.2 Herbert was also known as Eddie.3
Herbert married Rose E. PENNY in 1935 in the Yeovil registration district.4,5,6 Reginald (Ed) was in the army during World War II, in the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. He was taken prisoner in Stalag XVIII-A in Wolfsberg Austria.
His parents received a letter saying "Missing, presumed dead". However he suddenly turned up out of the blue. Nora was living in Brighton at the time and went to see her brother. He never recovered from his ordeal.3,7,8,9
Reginald's death was registered in 1966 in the Sodbury registration district.4,10,11

Children of Herbert Reginald VEASEY and Rose E. PENNY

  • David M VEASEY10
  • Margaret A. VEASEY12
  • Brian R. VEASEY13
  • Diane VEASEY14

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births "1915/Q1 VEASEY, Herbert R. REES Shepton Mallet 5c 692."
  2. [S152] Copy birth certificate of Herbert Reginald Veasey (24 November 1914). Click to view certificate
  3. [S142] Lenora Adams née Veasey "Telephone conversation on 18 April 2002."
  4. [S183] Information supplied during 2002 by Kay Euridge née Veasey "Telephone conversation on 16 January 2003."
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages "1935/Q3 PENNY, Rose E. VEASEY Yeovil 5c 862."
  6. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages "1935/Q3 VEASEY, Reginald H. PENNY Yeovil 5c 862."
  7. [S599] Black and white photograph of Herbert (Eddie) Veasey. Kindly provided by Rodney & Sue Adams. Click to view the photograph
  8. [S277] Website Rootsweb (http://www.ancestry.com) Ancestry.com. UK, British Army Prisoners of War, 1939-1945 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2009.
    Name:      R. H. Veasey
    Rank:      Private
    Army Number:      5442601
    Regiment:      Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry
    POW Number:      6867
    Camp Type:      Stalag
    Camp Number:      XVIII-A
    Camp Location:      Wolfsberg, Austria
    Record Office:      Infantry Record Office, Exeter
    Record Office Number:      22.
  9. [S618] Miscellaneous Website: http://www.stalag18a.org.uk/
  10. [S126] Mervyn & Jackie Chant "Telephone conversation on 16 January 2003."
  11. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths "1966/Q2 VEASEY, Reginald H. Sodbury 7b 531 age 51."
  12. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births "1947/Q1 VEASEY, Margaret A. PENNY Chard 7c 231."
  13. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births "1951/Q1 VEASEY, Brian R. PENNY Yeovil 7c 415."
  14. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births "1959/Q2 VEASEY, Diane PENNY Yeovil 7c 445."

Annie Mary REES1,2

#2925, b. 29 September 1904
Last Edited=20 Dec 2012
     Annie Mary REES was born on 29 September 1904 at 48 Bradford Street, Caerphilly, Glamorganshire.3,4,5 She was the daughter of Margaret Jane REES.6,4,3 As of 7 December 1904, Annie Mary REES was living with her mother Margaret Jane REES at at 80 Trebanog Road, Cymmer, Glamorganshire.4 In the census of 2 April 1911 she was listed as aged 6 born in Caerphilly Glamorganshire, the daughter of Herbert VEASEY.7 Annie Mary REES married Evan Llewellyn EVANS. They had eleven children.8

Child of Annie Mary REES

Children of Annie Mary REES and Evan Llewellyn EVANS

  • Irena May EVANS8
  • Molly EVANS8

Sources of Information:

  1. [S177] Information supplied by Irena Chant "Telephone Conversation 19 May, 2002."
  2. [S182] Copy birth certificate of Evan Llewellyn Evans (27 April, 1892) "Short birth certificate, received 22 May, 2002."
  3. [S177] Information supplied by Irena Chant "Telephone Conversation 19 May 2002."
  4. [S181] Copy birth certificate of Annie Mary Rees (29 September 1904). Click to view certificate
  5. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births "1904/Q3 Pontypridd 11a 590."
  6. [S147] Information supplied by Kay Euridge née Veasey, April 2001.
  7. [S823] Image of the 1911 census for Upon Noble, Somerset: RG14 Piece 14506 Schedule 17.
  8. [S126] Mervyn & Jackie Chant "7 April, 2002."