Children of Charles and Maria Baggs

01. James Baggs

cal 1843 b. parish register
1843-05-14 bapt. Hannington, Hampshire "England, Hampshire Bishop's Transcripts 16801892," database with images, FamilySearch: 16 March 2018, James Baggs, 14 May 1843, citing Baptism, Hannington, Hampshire, Lancashire Record Office and Hampshire Record Office
1847 Q3 of Kingsclere; d. Basingstoke RD GRO index; parish register
1847-07-31 bur. Hannington parish register


02. John Baggs

1845 b. [Yew Tree Cottage], Hannington in Kingsclere, Hampshire Ken Smallbone (2010) Baggs: The History of a Family. The Ancestors and Descendants of the Baggs Family of Hannington, Hampshire, England. Basingstoke: The Changing Seasons
1845-01-19 bapt. Hannington, Hampshire "England, Hampshire Bishop's Transcripts 16801892," database with images, FamilySearch: 16 March 2018, John Baggs, 19 Jan 1845, citing Baptism, Hannington, Hampshire, Lancashire Record Office and Hampshire Record Office
  lived with his parents till he was 24, and for several years worked with his father as a basket-maker Smallbone (2010)
1851 living with his family in Hannington TNA: PRO HO 107/1684 f161 p12
1861 basket maker, working, living with his family in Hannington St, Kingsclere PRO RG 9/718 f29 p12
1869 went as groom to Rev. Robert Everson Harrisson at Bishopstoke Smallbone (2010)
1871 gardener, in household of Robert E. Harrisson, The Rectory, Bishopstoke, Hampshire RG 10/1213 f64 p27
1874-09-08 m. Eliza Watts (18461935, d. of Thomas and Sarah Watts), Bishopstoke Smallbone (2010); GRO index
Children: Bessie Maria (18761900), Charles (18781927), Lilian Eliza (18801948), and Edith Mary (18851891), all b. Bishopstoke
1881 coachman and groom, Stoke Common, Bishopstoke; remained in domestic service to the Harrisson family for the rest of his working life RG 11/1234 f63 p22; Smallbone (2010)
1886 with his family, moved with the Harrissons to Droxford, settling in a cottage in the village street; took the job of gardener at the Rectory Smallbone (2010)
1891 gardener, domestic servant, living in Village St, Droxford RG 12/943 f55 p8
1898-10-09 d. Droxford, Hampshire Smallbone (2010); GRO index
  bur. St Mary & All Saints, Droxford Smallbone (2010)


03. Susan Baggs

1847 Q1 b. [Yew Tree Cottage], Hannington in Kingsclere, Hampshire GRO index; Ken Smallbone (2010) Baggs: The History of a Family. The Ancestors and Descendants of the Baggs Family of Hannington, Hampshire, England. Basingstoke: The Changing Seasons; RG14PN5601 RG78PN254 RD90 SD4 ED9 SN441
1847-03-07 bapt. Hannington, Hampshire Smallbone (2010)
1851 living with her family in Hannington TNA: PRO HO 107/1684 f161 p12
1861 nursemaid in household of Edward Garrett, farmer, of Crossways Farm, Basingstoke, Hampshire PRO RG 9/708 f119 p7
1871 living with her family in Kingsclere RG 10/1246 f29 p12
1872-05-09 of Hannington; m. Arthur Waller (18421903, of Aldershot, s. of Edward), St Mary's, Kingsclere Hampshire Telegraph, 1872-05-11; GRO index; "England, Hampshire Parish Registers, 15381980," database, FamilySearch: 16 March 2018, Arthur Waller and Susan Baggs, 05 May 1872, citing Marriage, Kingsclere, Hampshire, possibly other reference information Lancashire Record Office and Hampshire Record Office, FHL microfilm 1,041,209
Children: Gertrude Sophia (18731959), Rosina Florence (18741954), Margaret Maria (18751915), Arthur Henry (18771953), Frederick Charles (1882 after 1921), Emmie Alberta (18851909), Alice Octavia (18861897), Archibald Edward (18871972), Eveline Maude (18891892), and 3 others (d. before 1911) GRO index; Smallbone (2010); RG14PN5601 RG78PN254 RD90 SD4 ED9 SN441
  went to live in Aldershot for about eight years, before heading south to Portsmouth Smallbone (2010)
1881 living with her family and one servant at 43 Queen Street, Portsea, Hampshire, with one visitor RG 11/1147 f5 p3
1891 living with her family at 4 Havant Road, Portsea RG 12/857 f92 p19
1901 living with her husband, their son, and a boarder at 9 Eldon Street, Southsea RG 13/1005 f5 p1
after 1903 went to live with her widowed sister-in-law Eliza Baggs, at Droxford, Hampshire Smallbone (2010)
1909-06-23 of 9 Lombard-street, Portsmouth; gave evidence to the inquest into the suicide of her daughter Emmie Alberts Hampshire Telegraph, 1909-06-26
1911 widow, living with her grandchild and a boarder at 9 Eldon St, Southsea, Hampshire; 6 rooms RG14PN5601 RG78PN254 RD90 SD4 ED9 SN441
1911/1914 living in her own house at 9 Eldon Street, Portsmouth St Paul electoral registers
1918/1921 of 8 South View, Droxford, Hampshire
1923 living with her son Archibald at 8 South View, Droxford
1924/1926 of 8 South View, Droxford
1926 Q2 d. Droxford GRO index; Smallbone (2010)


04. Charles Baggs

1849-09-17 b. [Yew Tree Cottage], Hannington in Kingsclere, Hampshire 1939 England and Wales Register; Ken Smallbone (2010) Baggs: The History of a Family. The Ancestors and Descendants of the Baggs Family of Hannington, Hampshire, England. Basingstoke: The Changing Seasons; GRO index
1849-10-21 bapt. Hannington, Hampshire "England, Hampshire Bishop's Transcripts 16801892," database with images, FamilySearch: 16 March 2018, Charles Baggs, 21 Oct 1849, citing Baptism, Hannington, Hampshire, Lancashire Record Office and Hampshire Record Office
1851 living with his family in Hannington TNA: PRO HO 107/1684 f161 p12
1861 scholar, living with his family in Hannington St, Kingsclere PRO RG 9/718 f29 p12
1871 sieve and basket maker, living with his family in Kingsclere RG 10/1246 f29 p12
  lived with his parents until his father's death in 1875, then continued to support his widowed mother until her death in 1901 Smallbone (2010)
1881 basket maker, living with his mother in Hannington Road, Kingsclere RG 11/1266 f48 p12
1891 basket maker, neither employer nor employed, living with his mother in the Hannington part of Kingsclere RG 12/967 f41 p11
1901 basket maker on his own account, living and working alone in the four-roomed cottage now known as Yew Tree Cottage, in Hannington RG 13/1119 f97 p6; Smallbone (2010)
1905-04-26 basket maker, of Hannington; m. Agnes Garrett (18581944, daughter of George and Eliza Garrett), at St John's church, Kensal Green, Paddington, London, after banns GRO index; parish register
1911 living in Hannington with his wife, and working as a road labourer for the district council RG 14/6362 RD113 ED5 SN56B
1939-09-29 basket maker retired, living at Siddon Cottage, Hannington, with his wife and two women named Garrett, possibly her sisters 1939 England and Wales Register
1940-10 d. Newbury Hospital, Berkshire GRO index; Smallbone (2010)
1940-10-31 bur. All Saints, Hannington Smallbone (2010)


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