Children of John and Emily Baggs

01. Albert Baggs

1870-03-09 b. Isleworth, Middlesex GRO index; censuses; admission and discharge register, Holden Street school; 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
1871 living with his parents at 2 Heath Terrace, Isleworth, Middlesex TNA: RG 10/1313 f42 p74
1877-02-05 of 3 Bayley St, admitted at Holden Street school, Wandsworth admission and discharge register
1881 scholar, living with his family at 4 Dallas Road, Lewisham, London RG 11/737 f40 p8
1884-02 entered service with the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, as a train signal clerk at Wandsworth Common station; recommended by school railway employment record
1885-10-23 resigned
1891 bricklayer, living with his family at 9 Rowena Crescent, Battersea, London RG 12/432 f85 p4
1892-07-10 bricklayer, of 4 West Street, Battersea; m. 1. Alice Jane Strange (1867–1902, daughter of Charles Strange, labourer), at St Philip's, Battersea, Surrey, after banns GRO index; parish register; Smallbone (2010)
Children: John Joseph (1893–1955), William George (1894–1895), Alice Eliza (1900–1988), all b. Battersea GRO index; Smallbone (2010)
1895-02-06 bricklayer, of 63 Robertson Street W., Battersea parish register
1901-03-27 bricklayer, of 13 Parkside Street parish register
1901 living with his family in a two-roomed tenement at 13 Parkside Street, Battersea, London RG 13/442 f5 p2
1915 bricklayer parish register, entry for son's marriage: the register says "deceased" next to the bride's father's name, but not next to Albert's
1918 Q2 m.2. Caroline Batehup (1875–1947), in Battle RD GRO index
1939-09-29 bricklayer, living with his wife at 51 Reginald Rd, Bexhill, Sussex 1939 England and Wales Register (RG 101)
1954 Q1 d. Battle RD GRO index


02. Fred Baggs

1873-07-03 b. Vauxhall, London GRO index; TNA: RG 12/432 f85 p4; admission and discharge register, Holden Street school
1880-10-04 of 3 Bayley St, admitted at Holden Street school, Wandsworth admission and discharge register
1881 scholar, living with his family at 4 Dallas Road, Lewisham, London RG 11/737 f40 p8
1891 harness maker, living with his family at 9 Rowena Crescent, Battersea, London RG 12/432 f85 p4
  subsequent history not yet located  


03. Nellie Baggs

1875-11-25 b. Battersea, London GRO index; censuses; 1939 England and Wales Register (TNA: RG 101)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
1881 scholar, living with her family at 4 Dallas Road, Lewisham, London RG 11/737 f40 p8
1891 scholar, living with her family at 9 Rowena Crescent, Battersea, London RG 12/432 f85 p4
by 1893 had left home, and was employed in domestic service Smallbone (2010)
1901 general servant, in the household of Walter Doyle, commercial traveller, of 13 Cantley Avenue, Clapham, London RG 13/467 f82 p2
1911 general servant—domestic, in the household of John Henderson Kennedy, singing teacher, of 40 Manor Street, Clapham, London S.W.; 8 rooms RG14PN2257 RG78PN77 RD26 SD4 ED7 SN206
1929/1931 of 40 Manor Street, Clapham North ward, Wandsworth, London electoral registers
1933
1935
 1937/1939
1939-09-29 house keeper, in the household of Dorothea E. Kennedy, professor of pianoforte, at 40 Clapham Manor St, Wandsworth, London 1939 England and Wales Register
1945/1946 of 40 Manor Street, Clapham North ward, Wandsworth, London electoral registers
1949/1951
1952 of Brockle Bank, Swaffield Road, Wandsworth
 1956/1957
1957-03-14 of 77 Swaffield-road, Wandsworth, London S.W. 18; d. Battersea GRO index; Smallbone (2010); National Probate Calendar
1957-04-24 will proved at London by Douglas Neil Kennedy; effects £478 5s. 2d. National Probate Calendar


04. Edith Baggs

1875-11-25 b. Battersea, London GRO index; censuses; 1939 England and Wales Register (TNA: RG 101); 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
1881 scholar, living with her family at 4 Dallas Road, Lewisham, London RG 11/737 f40 p8
1891 scholar, living with her family at 9 Rowena Crescent, Battersea, London RG 12/432 f85 p4
1901 parlour maid, in the household of Henrietta Boyce, of 78 Victoria Road, Clapham, Surrey RG 13/461 f14 p19
1911 domestic, one of three boarders with George Webber, bricklayer, and his wife, at 10 Solon Road, Brixton, Lambeth, London; 5 rooms RG14PN2043 RG78PN71 RD25 SD3 ED37 SN148
1929/1933 of 21 Warwick Square, Westminster, SW1 electoral registers
1934/1938 of 30 Ouseley Road, Battersea, SW12
1939-09-29 domestic, in the household of Katherine Taylor (independent means), of 43 Beaufort Gdns, Kensington, London 1939 England and Wales Register
1945/1948 of 40 Fairbairn Road, Kennington, Lambeth, SW9 electoral registers
1951 Q3 d. Lambeth RD GRO index


05. Amy Baggs

1880 Q2 b. Wandsworth, London GRO index
1881 living with her family at 4 Dallas Road, Lewisham, London TNA: RG 11/737 f40 p8
1881 Q4 d. St Saviour Southwark RD 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


06. Harry Baggs

1884-06-05 b. Battersea, London GRO index; admission and discharge register, Camden Street school, Camden
1891 living with his family at 9 Rowena Crescent, Battersea, London TNA: RG 12/432 f85 p4
1893-05-30 of 10, Goldington Crescent, Camden; admitted to Camden Street school; last school attended Surrey Land Bd Sch.; standard 0 in reading and spelling; presented in standard II admission and discharge register
1901 bricklayer, living with his family at 19 Maxwell Rd, Fulham, London RG 13/59 f13 p17
1907-04-27 bricklayer; departed Southampton for New York, aboard the New York UK Outward Passenger Lists
1907-05-07 arrived New York, ultimate destination Montreal Canadian Passenger Lists
1907-05/1932-05 of 1726 28th Ave, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Canadian Passenger Lists
1913-11-24 arrived Vancouver, British Columbia, last permanent residence Vancouver, final destination Seattle, Washington US Border Crossings from Canada
1932-07-20 arrived Quebec on the S.S. Montcalm, from Southampton; intends to reside permanently in Canada; as Henry Canadian Passenger Lists


07. Horace Baggs

1888-08-28 b. 9 Rowena Crescent, Battersea, London GRO index; censuses; admission and discharge register, Camden Street school, Camden; 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
1891 of 54 High Street, Heston, Middlesex TNA: RG 12/939 f62 p31
  in his early years was brought up by his maternal grandmother Caroline Essam and her second husband George Smallbone (2010)
after 1891 raised by Caroline Essam and her daughter Ada, with financial support from his father
1893 rejoined his family after his father's remarriage
1893-05-30 of 10, Goldington Crescent, Camden; admitted Camden Road school; had not previously attended school admission and discharge register
1894-01-11 left Camden Road school
1901 living with his family in a four-roomed tenement at 19 Maxwell Rd, Fulham, London RG 13/59 f13 p17; Smallbone (2010)
1910-06-29 bricklayer; joined the Royal Navy, signing on for 12 years' service. 5'8½" in height, with a chest measurement of 36½", auburn hair, light haze eyes and a fresh complexion; had a scar on his left elbow. Began his training as a stoker (2nd class) at HMS Victory II, Crystal Palace, London. Royal Navy Register of Seamen's Services; Smallbone (2010)
1910-07-17 joined HMS Renown, a battleship, for a couple of months
1910-09-04 returned to Crystal Palace
1910-10-16 boarded HMS Jupiter, another battleship, as a crew member
1910-12-31 character VG, ability G
1911-02-05 deserted, after his ship at docked at Portsmouth; was at liberty for two months
1911 not found in census  
1911-04-10 recovered from desertion; sentenced to 42 days in detention, but 11 days later was sent to rejoin his ship at Portsmouth, under strict supervision Royal Navy Register of Seamen's Services; Smallbone (2010)
1911-05-26 returned to Crystal Palace for a 10-day training course
1911-06-06 joined the battleship HMS Exmouth
1911-10-05 promoted to stoker (1st class)
1911-12-31 character F, ability Sat
1912-08-24 deserted again; nothing further known of him


Children of John and Susannah Baggs

01. Amy Hilda Baggs

1894-06-07 b. King's Cross, London GRO index; censuses; parish 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
1901 living with her family in 4 rooms at 19 Maxwell Rd, London TNA: RG 13/59 f13 p17
1906-07-11 of 7 Cedar Road, Fulham; bapt. St James's, Fulham, London parish register
1911 in desk [?], living with her family at 11 Kildoran Road, Brixton, London S.W.; 3 rooms RG14PN2104 RG78PN73 RD25 SD5 ED5 SN33
1929/1933 of 11 Kildoran Road, Brixton electoral registers
1934/1939 of 12 Doverfield Road, Brixton
1939-09-29 director drapery stores, living at 14 Christian Fields, Croydon, Surrey, SW16, with her mother and all the surviving children of John and Susannah 1939 England and Wales Register (RG 101)
1963/1964 of 14 Christian Fields, Norbury, London SW10 electoral registers
1975-11-14 of 14 Christian Fields, London SW16; d. Croydon RD GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1976-03-17 admon at London; £38,196 National Probate Calendar


02. Jack Baggs

1896-07-14 b. Fulham, London GRO index; censuses; parish register
1901 living with his family in 4 rooms at 19 Maxwell Rd, London TNA: RG 13/59 f13 p17
1906-07-11 of 7 Cedar Road, Fulham; bapt. St James's, Fulham, London parish register
1911 errand boy, living with his family at 11 Kildoran Road, Brixton, London S.W.; 3 rooms RG14PN2104 RG78PN73 RD25 SD5 ED5 SN33
1914 enlisted at Brixton Hill, and served as a rifleman in France with the 6th (City of London) Battalion of Rifles, London Regiment, with the Army number 322365 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; Soldiers Died in the Great War
1919-04-24 d. from wounds, at the Royal Hospital, Woolwich GRO index; Smallbone (2010); Soldiers Died in the Great War; Army Register of Soldiers' Effects
  bur. Greenwich Cemetery; Screen Wall. 1 "C." B. 1277 CWGC; Find a Grave
1919-09-19 payment authorised to his father for £33 4s. 6d, including £18 10s. War Gratuity Army Register of Soldiers' Effects
1920-06-21 enrolled as entitled to the British War Medal and Victory Medal, for service 1917-01-26/1917-05-13 WWI Service Medal and Award Rolls


03. Ada Baggs

1897-08-31 b. Fulham, London TNA: RG14PN2104 RG78PN73 RD25 SD5 ED5 SN33; GRO index; parish register
1901 living with family in 4 rooms at 19 Maxwell Rd, London RG 13/59 f13 p18
1906-07-11 of 7 Cedar Road, Fulham; bapt. St James's, Fulham, London parish register
1911 school, living with her family at 11 Kildoran Road, Brixton, London S.W.; 3 rooms RG14PN2104 RG78PN73 RD25 SD5 ED5 SN33
1929/1933 of 11 Kildoran Road, Brixton electoral registers
1934/1939 of 12 Doverfield Road, Brixton
1939-09-29 analyst clerk transport acccy, living at 14 Christian Fields, Croydon, Surrey, SW16, with her mother and all the surviving children of John and Susannah 1939 England and Wales Register (RG 101)
1940 Q2 m. Charles Street, in Lambeth RD (possibly Charles Henry Street, 1894–1969, or Charles Cosley Street, 1898–1972) GRO index; Brant/Cook opts for Charles Cosley Street
1966-07-05 of 82 Dumbarton Court, London S.W.2; last seen alive National Probate Calendar
1966-07-07 dead body found
1966 Q3 d. Lambeth RD GRO index
1966-08-30 administration granted at London to Doris May Baggs; £2993 National Probate Calendar


04. Ernest Baggs

1901-08-07 b. 19 Maxwell Road, Fulham, London GRO index; TNA: RG 13/59 f13 pp17-18; RG14PN2104 RG78PN73 RD25 SD5 ED5 SN33; parish 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
1906-07-11 of 7 Cedar Road, Fulham; bapt. St James's, Fulham, London parish register
1911 living with his family at 11 Kildoran Road, Brixton, London S.W.; 3 rooms RG14PN2104 RG78PN73 RD25 SD5 ED5 SN33
1929/1933 of 11 Kildoran Road, Brixton electoral registers
1934/1939 of 12 Doverfield Road, Brixton
1939-09-29 bricklayer, living at 14 Christian Fields, Croydon, Surrey, SW16, with her mother and all the surviving children of John and Susannah 1939 England and Wales Register (RG 101)
1947 Q2 d. Croydon GRO index; Smallbone (2010)


05. Doris May Baggs

1906-06-06 b. Fulham, London TNA: RG14PN2104 RG78PN73 RD25 SD5 ED5 SN33; GRO index; parish 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
1906-07-11 of 7 Cedar Road, Fulham; bapt. St James's, Fulham, London parish register
1911 living with her family at 11 Kildoran Road, Brixton, London S.W.; 3 rooms RG14PN2104 RG78PN73 RD25 SD5 ED5 SN33
1929/1933 of 11 Kildoran Road, Brixton electoral registers
1934/1939 of 12 Doverfield Road, Brixton
1939-09-29 fashion good buyer for expr trade 1939 England and Wales Register (RG 101)
1954 of 29 Ludgate Hill, London EC4 electoral register
1963/1964 of 14 Christian Fields, Norbury, London SW10 electoral registers
1966-08-30 administrator of the estate of her sister Ada, in London National Probate Calendar
1991-07-06 of 1 Stanhope Road, Croydon; d. Croydon GRO index; Smallbone (2010); Find a will
1991-01-29 will proved at Brighton; not exceeding £125,000 Find a will


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