|| Linked to
Marriage ceremony was conducted by Rev. Mervyn Stockwood.
Email from Dave Wheal 24/02/06
Marriage "Reg J 1867 Mile End 1c 4?29"
Marriage certificate identifies fathers names and occupations. (Though Alice's father was dead by this time). Witnesses include HJ Williams and DG Campbell. The Campbells were living at 8 Regina Road in London at the time of the marriage.
Marriage certificate shows marriage witnessed by Mary's daughter and son in law - John Robert BECKHAM and Rebecca BECKHAM. Mary and Henry are both listed as widow and widower. Certificate also suggests Mary's father was a Joseph WEST, Lawyer. However, he would have been a WHITE not a WEST.
Free BMD has Martha Louisa Stanton marrying in Weymouth to either a John Spencer Gardiner or a John Sharp September 1877.
Free BMD has this marriage recorded.
Free BMD website gives Robert and Sarah Ann's marriage as March 1864
British Isles VRI CD has:
CULLINANE, John Marr 1896 Engl Glou Bristo
Sp: Emily COOK
CULLINANE, John Age: 26 Marriage
Wife: Emily COOK Age: 24
Marriage Date: 24 Aug 1896 Recorded in: Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
Collection: St Matthew Moorfields
Husband's Father: Timothy CULLINANE
Wife's Father: Robert COOK
Source: FHL Film 1595697 Dates: 1895 - 1896
British Isles VRI CD has:
STANTON, William John Marriage
Wife: Caroline TARGETT Age: 20
Marriage Date: 20 Apr 1873 Recorded in: Southampton, Hampshire, England
Collection: Holy Trinity
Husband's Father: William STANTON
Wife's Father: Richard TARGETT
Source: FHL Film 1041746 Dates: 1848 - 1875
Were married "by banns" and in front of witnesses Richard Targett and Martha Taizard according to Southampton records office 1891 census - email from Joanne Smith at the records office Dec '01.
Apparently William Stanton (William Stanton's father) was present at the marriage according to Mervyns email of 10/01/02
Marriage cert notes marriage was witnessed by Richard Fletcher, Lilian Heath, Mary Heath and Ruby Fletcher
Wyke Regis Marriages 1837 to 1847
Transcribed by Barbara Hunt from the Bishop's Transcripts on LDS Film 1239262
DATE, BRIDEGROOM'S FIRST NAME & SURNAME; CONDITION; RESIDENCE; BRIDES FIRST NAME & SURNAME; CONDITION; RESIDENCE; IN THE PRESENCE OF; BY WHOM THE CEREMONY WAS PERFORMED; BANNS/LICENCE; WITH CONSENT OF
04 Feb 1841; James STANTON of full age; Bachelor Queen Street, of Weymouth Sailor; Father: Jacob STANTON Mason;
& Mary Ann BOWN full age; Spinster of East Row, Weymouth Tailoress; Father: John BOWN Sailor; John STANTON & Elizabeth GOLDSACK; John Menzies; by Banns
Jacob second marriage was to Sarah Langridge,(b.1854) on 25/12/1895 at Paulton, witnessed by John Langridge and Sarah Watts.
Jane Heath (née Dimond) ["spinster"] married William Yard, bachelor [born 1828, Westhatch, Somerset, "laborer".] at the Register Office, Bristol on 24/03/1853 in the presence of William Yard ("X"- his mark) and Charlotte Yard ("X"- her mark). (Jane's father shown as William "Diamond" deceased, farmer; William's father was Robert Yard, husbandman).
John married Jane Dimond, [b.1823 in Wellington, Som.,] on 10/09/1848, by banns at Clifton Parish Church, witnessed by A.Murray and E.Cleaver. Both John and Jane were registered as 'Full Age' and resident in Clifton
John married Matilda Mabbett on 26/07/1868 at St. Luke Parish Church Bristol after banns, in the presence of Samuel Wiltshire and Eliza Ann Wiltshire. (John Charles, 18, bachelor, tailor, his father was John Charles Heath, shoemaker - Matilda, 18, spinster, her father was William Mabbett, glass cutter. Residence given was Barrow Lane for both participants)
Married Mary Turner, [b.1794 Midsomer Norton] on 22/12/1816 in Paulton by banns, witnessed by John Turner, Sarah Bees and Thomas Symes. [ Mary's father was William Turner, born 1772 Som., (died 08/10/1808).
Her mother was Sarah Weech, married in Crewkerne 25/05/1790.
- Mary Turner was baptised. 15/01/1797 in Midsomer Norton, Somerset.]
Cholera monument photo attached to John Charles HEATH's record:
IoE number: 32856
Location: PAULTON, BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET, SOMERSET
Date Photographed: N/A
Date listed: 02 May 1986
Date of last amendment: 02 May 1986
PAULTON C.P. CHURCH STREET (south side)
ST 65 NW
1/4 Cholera monument, in the churchyard and 15 metres south of Church of the Holy Trinity
PAULTON C.P. CHURCH STREET (south side) ST 65 NW 1/4 Cholera monument, in the churchyard and 15 metres south of Church of the Holy Trinity G.V. II Memorial, boundary and marker stones. Early/mid C19. Freestone, ashlar. A square enclosure marked by dressed stones, at east stands a 0.5 metre high plain pointed stone with text: BOUNDARY/OF/CHOLERA/BURIAL/GROUND. At west stands a pediment topped, ashlar insertion in wall on which an haut relief urn surmounts a tablet with text: IN MEMORY OF/23 MEN, 23 WOMEN AND 26 CHILDREN/INTERRED WITHIN THIS ENCLOSURE/WHO FELL VICTIM TO THAT DREADFUL/SCOURGE, ASIATIC CHOLERA, WITH/ WHICH IT PLEASED THE ALMIGHTY TO/VISIT THIS PARISH FROM THE 28TH/SEPTEMBER TO THE 1OTH NOVEMBER/1832. WHEN, UNDER THE DIRECTING/ARM OF A BOUNTIFUL PROVIDENCE/BY THE SKILL AND ATTENTION OF THE/MEDICAL MEN, AND BY THE CHARITABLE/DONATIONS OF THE SURROUNDING/NEIGHBOURHOOD, IT CEASED/"AND HE STOOD BETWEEN THE LIVING AND/THE DEAD AND THE PLAGUE WAS STAYED"/RESTORED, 1966.
PAULTON C.P. CHURCH STREET (south side) ST 65 NW 1/3 Church of the Holy Trinity 21.9.60 G.V. II* Anglican Parish Church. Dated 1757 and 1839, the latter by John Pinch. Ashlar, freestone dressings, slate roof. West tower, nave, north and south aisles, north porch, chancel, south chapel, north organ chamber. Square tower of 3 stages with set-back buttresses and full-height circular stair turret, first stage has plinth, tudor-arch west door with heavy moulding and a good plank door below a small ogee-headed window, (strings between stages also appear between buttresses), second stage has quatrefoil to west, at third stage the buttresses peter out with crocketted finials, each side has a 2-light pointed window below a hoodmould with quatrefoil pierced tracery, then ogee quatrefoils, that to west with date (clockwise 1757 seems most likely),then ogee frieze as corbel table below quatrefoil pierced parapet with obelisk corner finials, tower stands at west end of north aisle of church of 1831. Gabled nave has 3-light pointed, cusped west window, buttressed aisles have 4 similar 2-light windows, one over south door under label, one absent at site of gabled north porch with moulded, pointed arch below date scroll, diagonal buttressed, gabled chancel has 3-light, pointed east window as elsewhere, similar 2-lights to north and south gabled chapels. Interior. 4-bay Perpendicular arcade, shafts on very thin piers, very rich, small chancel with mock hammer beams with angels, nave roof of arch-braced queen post construction with tracery spandrels. Fittings: octagonal font of C16?, stone pulpit, perpendicular details as in local tradition, complete set of pews with poppy heads. Monument: at west end of south aisle is a C14 chivalic figure under hood with head stops. (Source: N. Pevsner : Buildings of England : North Somerset and Bristol : ig58).
The Church of Latter Day Saints site notes Charles and Martha's marriage to have taken place at St. Peter's Church, Church Street, Liverpool on 5th March 1840. She was born in 1822. finding this I did some more searching on a Liverpool Family History site and found something that absolutely ties them together, even without the marriage certificate. I found the 1832 Poll Book for Liverpool - this followed the reform act that allowed 'town dwellers' amongst other people to have the vote - however this still only applied to those that owned property or were tradesmen, and I found one 'Robert Langshaw, Victualler, Strand Street, Liverpool' - this is the same address that Charles and Martha were found at on the 1881 census - I think we can definitely assume that this was her father! and this was the pub they took over after retiring from the sea. They had moved to Toxteth Park by 1899 and they both died in 1894 - Martha during the March quarter, and Charles in the June quarter. (Email from Ann Jones)
William married Mary Beaton (b.24/06/1870), St.Giles, Bloomsbury, Middlesex - Res. 3 Market St. Bloomsbury) on 28/01/1889 at St.John's, in Hammersmith, London., after Banns and witnessed by Fred John Manders and Louisa Groombridge.
Interesting to see that in the 1901 census Elizabeth is working as a cook for the family of a clergyman (Griffith Matthews) who was born in Tonna, Neath. Tonna is 1km up the road from where John ALLEN and Elizabeth RATHBONE (cousins of this Elizabeth) were married. This suggests that the link with this part of South Wales was perhaps on the ALLEN side rather than RATHBONE.
Emma Hillman supplied Sarah's forename. While Graham Turner has found a Sarah Sticklen in Ancestry.com's "Hampshire, England Parish and Probate Records" Marriage on 10 Nov 1767 at North Waltham, this ties in with their childrens births.
Unable to locate Thomas and Francis marriage in BMD searches.
||Marriage witnessed by John Langridge and Sarah Watts|
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F176
||William SCOURSE (Eliza's uncle) and Ann PARKER are witnesses ||Family: F24
||Witnesses were FG Sheppard and RJ Welford.|
Married by Sidney Ford (Vicar)
||Witnesses were J. Smith and S. Smith ||Family: F227
||Witnesses were Richard Targett and Martha Taizard ||Family: F78
Wife was possibly Mary Louisa died in Weymouth 23/11/1949
Ronald Stanton Notes:
Lillie married and divorced a man in Bermuda
William BOURN is recorded as a widower on the 1891 census. His wife must have died between the birth of their daughter Vida in 1888 and the census in 1891.
1911 census records that Agnes had borne 11 children, 1 of whom had died.
||A "pen raiser" was someone who made pen nibs. Birmingham was at the centre of pen manufaturer at this time with quite a number of pen factories in the Jewellry quarter of the city. ||Alice ?
||In the 1901 census Alice is listed as a boarder at the house of Catherine NELSON. She is by this stage married to George. But George is living with his parents. ||Alice ?
Cannot locate Alice or family in the 1901 census.
By the 1911 census Alice has remarried and is recorded with her daughter Gladys (GRAY) and her new husband and two additional children by him.
|Alice M ?
1891 census has Alice born in Wick. But 1901 census has Bristol - only Francis her husband born in Wick.
1911 census has Alice born in Bristol. She is recorded as having borne 7 children, with 5 still surviving.
|Alice Mary ?
It would appear that William may have taken Ann as his second wife. I wondered whether Margaret (his first wife) and Ann might be the same person known by different names as I cannot yet find a death record for Margaret. However, Margaret appears to have signed her wedding record with her name (and initially begun to write Campbell rather than her maiden name), whereas the Waterman document passing William's apprentice to Ann on his death is signed by Ann with a "X" mark. This would suggest that they are different people.
Ann is no longer with Joseph and family by 1861 census (he is married to someone else). I suspect she passed away:
There is an 1851 "Ann SHEPPARD" death record on BMD.
Deaths from quarter Oct-Nov-Dec 1851
Ref:Volume 6 Page 140
There is an 1851 "Ann SHEPHARD" death record on BMD.
Deaths from quarter Apr-May-Jun 1854
Ref:Volume 2C Page 143
Unable to locate Ann DOWDING on the 1891 census or beyond.
Unable to locate "Anne SHEPPARD bc1829" in 1911 census.
1911 census records that Annie and Harry had 5 children, 4 of whom were still alive in 1911.
|Annie W ?
The 1911 census records that Beatrice had borne 1 child (William).
A Robert BRADRICK, similar age to Beatrice and also born Siston is boarding with the family. Possible relative?
The 1871 census records that Caroline is a "Wife" rather than a widow. So perhaps John was away at sea at the time.
By 1881 Caroline is remarried to John SCLATER. She is recorded on the 1881 census living with him, along with some of her children (who retain the name GRAY), and some SCLATER children. It is not clear whether these children are the product of her marriage to John SCLATER or not.
By 1911 census Caroline is a widow.
The 1911 census records that Caroline bore 9 children. 6 of whom were still alive by 1911 census.
The 1911 census records that Catherine had bore 2 children, both still living.
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Living
Unable to locate Dinah "RATHBONE" on the 1861 census. However, she and John reappear on the 1871 to 1901 censuses. Neither can be located on the 1911 census.
1901 census records a visitor to the household. Mary J SLADE (widow), born in Minehead (as was George's second wife Edith). Possibly a relation of Edith?
Mary J Slade
Relation to Head of Family Condition as to Marriage Age Last Birthday Sex
Visitor W 52 F
Profession or Occupation Employment Status Where Born
Living On Own Means Undefined Somerset Minehead
1911 census records that Edith had born 1 child, and 1 still living.
Unable to locate "Eliza PIKE bc1831" on the 1911 census. Her husband Thomas is recorded as a widower on the 1911 census.
1911 census records that Eliza had bore 3 children, all still living.