Children of James and Sarah Ferry

01. Mary Elizabeth Ferry

1834-05-18 of Melcombe Regis, Weymouth, Dorset; bapt. there parish register


Alfred James Ferry02. (Alfred) James Ferry

1835 b. Weymouth, Dorset censuses; GRO index
1835-07-05 bapt. Melcombe Regis, Weymouth, Dorset parish register
1841 of St Nicholas Street, Melcombe Regis, living with his family TNA: HO 107/295/17 f52 p8
1851 wheel wright son, of Beer House, St Nicholas Street, Melcombe Regis, living with his family and three lodgers HO 107/1857 f277 p49
1861-04-03 m. Victoria Lane (1839–1895, b. Beaminster, d. of Caroline Norris), at St Nicholas Street Chapel,  Melcombe Regis GRO index; RG 10/2000 f31 p16; information from Linda Sheraton–Davis, 2010
1861 wheelwright master, of 1 New Town Place, Weymouth, living with his wife, his mother's family, and his wife's aunt RG 9/1349 f36 p10
Children: Alfred James (1862–1940), Charles William (1863–1939), Alice Sarah (1865–1865), Arthur Frederick (1866–1938), Alice Victoria (1868–1935), Francis Thomas (1870–1938), Clara Louisa (1872–1929), Annie Eliza (1874–1948), Bertram Ernest (1876–1932), Herbert Edward (1877 – after 1911), Kate Madeline (1879–1929), Florence Sarah (1882–1928) censuses; GRO index; National Probate Calendar; information from Linda Sheraton-Davis, 2010
1863-12-13 wheelwright, of Weymouth parish register
1865-06-04 wheelwright, of Melcombe Regis parish register
1866-12-23 parish register
1868-04-26 parish register
1870-02-27 wheelwright, of Weymouth parish register
1871 wheelwright, of 2 Prospect Pl., Weymouth, living with his family and a boarder RG 10/2000 f31 p16
1874-07-19 wheelwright, of 9 Queen's Row, Weymouth parish register
1877-07-29 parish register
1879-03-09 parish register
1881 wheelwright, living with his family at 9 Queens Row, Wyke Regis, Dorset RG 11/2106 f79 p21
1883-02-18 wheelwright, of Queens Row, St Leonards Road, Weymouth parish register
1888/1889 of Queen's row, St Leonard's road; qualified as a voter by his dwelling house in Queen's row Dorset electoral registers
1889-02-05 wheelwright, of Queen's-road, St Leonard's-road, Weymouth; co-executor of father's will National Probate Calendar
1890 of St Leonard's road, Wyke Regis; qualified as a voter by his tenement in Lower St Edmund street Dorset electoral registers
1891 wheelwright, employer, living with his family at Grocers Shop, 9 Queens Row, St Leonards Rd, Wyke Regis RG 12/1648 f14 p22
1895-04-01 wife died at St. Leonard's-road, Weymouth Western Gazette, 1895-04-12
1896-10-23 Edwin James Cox sent to prison for four months for stealing three drag-shoes, value 6s 6d, belonging to Alfred James Ferry, at Weymouth Western Gazette, 1896-10-23
1898-09-19 coachbuilder parish register of St James, Croydon
1901 wheelwright, employer, living with his family at 62 St Leonards Rd, Weymouth RG 13/1994 f52 p9
1901 of St Leonard's road, Wyke Regis; qualified as a voter by his tenement in Lower St Edmund street; also of 16 St Leonard's road, qualified by his freehold house at 15 Wellington place; also of 62 St Leonard's road, enrolled as a burgess, but not registered as a parliamentary elector or entitled to vote as a parochial elector, by his dwelling-house successive at 15 & 62 St Leonard's road Dorset electoral registers
1902 of St Leonard's road, Wyke Regis; qualified as a voter by his tenement in Lower St Edmund street; also of 16 St Leonard's road, qualified by his freehold house at 15 Wellington place
1903 of St Leonard's road; qualified as a voter by his tenement in Lower St Edmund street; also of 16 St Leonard's road, qualified by his freehold house at 15 Wellington place; also of 62 St Leonard's road, enrolled as a burgess, but not registered as a parliamentary elector or entitled to vote as a parochial elector, by his dwelling-house at 62 St Leonard's road
1904 of St Leonard's road; qualified as a voter by his tenement in Lower St Edmund street
1905/1906 of St Leonard's road; qualified as a voter by his tenement in Lower St Edmund street; also of 16 St Leonard's road, qualified by his freehold house at 15 Wellington place; also of 62 St Leonard's road, enrolled as a burgess, but not registered as a parliamentary elector or entitled to vote as a parochial elector, by his dwelling-house at 62 St Leonard's road
1907 of St Leonard's road; qualified as a voter by his tenement in Lower St Edmund street; also of 13 Trinity road, qualified by his freehold house at 15 Wellington place; also registered as a parliamentary, county, and parochial elector by his dwelling-house successive at 62 St Leonard's road and 13 Trinity road
1908/1909 of St Leonard's road; qualified as a voter by his tenement in Lower St Edmund street; also of 13 Trinity road, qualified by his freehold house at 15 Wellington place; also registered as a county elector by his dwelling-house at 13 Trinity road, but not as a parliamentary or parochial elector
1909-08-18 wheelwright parish register
1909-12-27 parish register
1910 of St Leonard's road; qualified as a voter by his tenement in Lower St Edmund street; also of 13 Trinity road, qualified by his freehold house at 15 Wellington place Dorset electoral register
1911 wheelwright and undertaker, employer, of 13 Trinity Road, Weymouth, living with his daughter, his son, his daughter's family, and a servant; 10 rooms RG14PN12351 RG78PN702 RD263 SD2 ED12 SN10
1911-06-05 wheelwright parish register
of Barkly House, Weymouth Mid Sussex Times, 1911-06-13
1911/1912 of Trinity road; qualified as a voter by his tenement in Lower St Edmund street; also of 13 Trinity road, qualified by his freehold house at 15 Wellington place; also registered as a county elector by his dwelling-house at 13 Trinity road, but not as a parliamentary or parochial elector Dorset electoral registers
1913 of Trinity road; qualified as a voter by his tenement in Lower St Edmund street; also qualified by his freehold house at 15 Wellington place; also of 13 Trinity road, registered as a county elector by his dwelling-house at 13 Trinity road, but not as a parliamentary or parochial elector
1914 of 13 Trinity road; qualified as a voter by his freehold house at 15 Wellington place; also of 13 Trinity road, registered as a county elector by his dwelling-house at 13 Trinity road, but not as a parliamentary or parochial elector
1915 of Trinity road; qualified as a voter by his tenement in Lower St Edmund street; also of 13 Trinity road, qualified by his freehold house at 15 Wellington place; also registered as a county elector by his dwelling-house at 13 Trinity road, but not as a parliamentary or parochial elector
1915-10-20 of Barkly House, Weymouth Cambridge Independent Press, 1915-10-29
1917-12-23 wheelwright, of 13 Trinity-road, Weymouth; d. Weymouth RD National Probate Calendar; GRO index
1918-02-25 will proved at Blandford by sons Francis Thomas Ferry and Bertram Ernest Ferry; effects £1905 2s. 5d. National Probate Calendar


Henry Walter Ferry03. (Henry) Walter Ferry

1838-02-18 b. Melcombe Regis, Weymouth, Dorset information from Maurice Ferry; GRO index
1838-03-11 of Melcombe Regis, bapt. there parish register
1841 of St Nicholas Street, Melcombe Regis, living with his family TNA: HO 107/295/17 f52 p8
1851 wheel wright son, of Beer House, St Nicholas Street, Melcombe Regis, living with his family and three lodgers HO 107/1857 f277 p49
1861 out door officer, of Sunnyside (vessel), Portland Roads, Dorset TNA: RG 9/4490 f19 [no page number]
1861-08-08 out door officer in H.M. Customs, of Weymouth; m. Caroline Green (1841–1907, dress maker, of Wyke Regis, Dorset, d. of Christopher and Elizabeth Green), at Holy Trinity church, Weymouth, by registrar's certificate censuses; parish register; information from Linda Sheraton-Davis, 2010
Children: Elizabeth Caroline (1863–1912), Francis Walter (1864–1918), Florence Mary (1866–1935), Frederick Thomas (1869–1895), Harry (1871 – ?), Ernest Frank (1880–1946) censuses; GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1862-10-10 gave evidence in a smuggling case, at the Borough Petty Sessions:

The evidence went to show that on the afternoon of Thursday, the 2nd inst., on the arrival of the steamer Brighton from the Channel Islands, Henry Walter Ferry, a custom-house officer for the port of Weymouth, went on board, and after the passengers had landed, proceeded to search the vessel, when he found the tobacco concealed under the top-gallant forecastle.

Southern Times and Dorset County Herald, 1862-10-11
1863-11-29 Custom house officer, of Weymouth parish register
1865-01-22 out-door officer, H.M's Customs, of Weymouth parish register
1866-08-31

"George Milledge was summoned for allowing a ferocious dog to be at large unmuzzled, by which Henry Walter Ferry sustained damage to the extent of one shilling."

Dorset County Chronicle, 1866-09-06
1866-12-23 Custom house officer, of Weymouth parish register
1871-02-11 of H.M. Customs; son b. at Spring Terrace, Weymouth Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser, 1871-02-22
1871 Custom House officer, living with his family at 5 Spring Terrace, Wyke Regis RG 10/2004 f10 p18
1876-07-07 gave evidence in a smuggling case, at a special meeting of the borough magistrates:

Henry Walter Ferry, outdoor Custom-house officer, said he was placed on board the ship when she came into Weymouth. Prisoners were about to leave the vessel on the opposite side where he (Mr. Ferry) was standing and he called out to them to stoop. Searched Rogers and found on him 5lb. of manufactured tobacco. 8lb. were found upon Stone. [ . . . ] The evidence given on the former occasion was read over and confirmed, in addition to which Walter Ferry, out-door officer of Customs, said no one on board the steamers was allowed 1lb. of tobacco for his own consumption; they were only allowed Όlb.

Southern Times and Dorset County Herald, 1876-07-08
1880-10-24 H.M. Customs, of Poole parish register
1881 examining officer HM Customs, of West Shore, St James, Poole, Dorset, living with his family and his nephew RG 11/2095 f48 p47
1891 examining officer (HM Customs), of 92 Malmesbury Rd, Bow, London, living with his family and his nephew RG 12/314 f74 p3
1895/1898 of 92 Malmesbury-road, St Mary Stratford, Bow, Tower Hamlets; registered as an elector for his dwelling house at that address London electoral registers
1899-07-27 of 92 Malmesbury-road, Bow, Middlesex; d. Poplar RD GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1899-08-08 will proved at London by Caroline Ferry, widow; effects £241 13s. 10d. National Probate Calendar


04.  Edwin Thomas Ferry

1840 Q1 b. Melcombe Regis, Weymouth, Dorset censuses; GRO index
1840-01-12 of Melcombe Regis; bapt. there parish register
1841 of St Nicholas Street, Melcombe Regis, living with his family TNA: HO 107/295/17 f52 p8
1851 wheel wright son, of Beer House, St Nicholas Street, Melcombe Regis, living with his family and three lodgers HO 107/1857 f277 p49
1861 wheelwright, of Sailor's Return (pub. house), Melcombe Regis, living with his family and a lodger TNA: RG 9/1349 f153 p10
1871 smith and wheelwright, of Sailors Home Inn, 8 St Nicholas Street, Melcombe Regis, living with his family and nephew RG 10/2001 f32 p12
1881 smith and wheelwright, of 3 St Nicholas St, Melcombe Regis, living with his father and nephew RG 11/2104 f113 p3
1889-02-05 wheelwright, of St Nicholas-street, Melcombe Regis; co-executor of father's will National Probate Calendar
1890 Q1 m. Julia Elizabeth L. Wellman (1840–1927, d. of Charles and Susanah Wellman), at Weymouth censuses; GRO index; Linda Edwards gedcom; information from Linda Sheraton-Davis, 2010
1890 of St Nicholas street; registered as a parliamentary elector and burgess for his dwelling house there Dorset electoral registers
1891 wheelwright, employer, living with his wife at 4 St Nicholas Street, Melcombe Regis RG 12/1646 f28 p6
1901 wheelwright, employer, living with his wife at 5 St Nicholas Street, Melcombe Regis RG 13/1993 f30 p18
1901/1910 of 5 St Nicholas street; registered as a parliamentary and parochial elector and burgess for his dwelling house there Dorset electoral registers
1910-12-03 wheelwright, of 5 St Nicholas-street, Weymouth; d. Weymouth RD GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1911-03-02 will proved at Blandford by Julia Elizabeth Ferry, widow; effects £1983 4s. 11d. National Probate Calendar


05. Mary Jane Ferry

1841-10-07 b. Melcombe Regis, Dorset censuses; GRO index
1841-10-31 of Melcombe Regis; bapt. there parish register
1851 scholar, of Beer House, St Nicholas Street, Melcombe Regis, living with her family and three lodgers TNA: HO 107/1857 f277 p49
1861 tailoress, visitor with Edith Willis, lodger with Charles Vye, labourer, of Bevois Street South Side, Saint Mary, Southampton TNA: RG 9/674 f147 p16
1861-06-08 of 99 Bevois Street, Southampton; m. 1. George Lake Wellman (? – 1863, joiner, son of Charles Luke Wellman), at Mary's pc, Southampton, after banns marriage certificate; GRO index
Child with first husband: Sydney George (1861–1935), b. Southampton censuses; GRO index
1863-09-27, -10-04, -10-11 banns published at Melcombe Regis banns book
1863-10-12 of Melcombe Regis; m. 2. John William Anderson (1842–1913, mariner of Melcombe Regis, s. of Peter and Maria Anderson), at Melcombe Regis pc, after banns GRO index; parish register; banns book; censuses
Children with second husband: Rose (1864–1906), Mary Jane (1867–1871), Janet Alice (1872–1946), 4 other children (? – before 1911) censuses; GRO index
1871 tailoress, living with two daughters in a flat at 4 Russell Street, Southampton; the other flat houses her sister Eliza and family RG 10/1191 f125 p29
1881 living with her family at HM Prison, Borstal, Kent (husband an assistant warder) RG 11/889 f4 p5
1891 of 20 Portrea Street, Bromley, Middlesex, living in two rooms with her husband and a boarder RG 12/328 f67 p23
1901 of 28 Chauntler Rd, West Ham, London, living with her husband in four rooms RG 13/1580 f6 p3
1911 of 7 Otley Terrace, Prince Regents Lane, Custom House, London E., living in three rooms with her husband and granddaughter RG14PN9479 RG78PN508 RD188 SD4 ED9 SN304
1912 Q2 d. West Ham RD GRO index


06. Sarah Alice Ferry

1843 Q3 b. Weymouth RD GRO index
1843-07-02 bapt. St Mary's,  Melcombe Regis parish register
1843 Q4 d. Weymouth RD GRO index
1843-10-21 bur. St Mary's, Melcombe Regis parish register


07. Eliza Ann Ferry

1845 Q1 b. Melcombe Regis, Weymouth, Dorset censuses; GRO index
1845-01-05 of Melcombe Regis; bapt. there parish register
1851 scholar, of Beer House, St Nicholas Street, Melcombe Regis, living with her family and three lodgers TNA: HO 107/1857 f277 p49
1861 of Sailor's Return public house, Melcombe Regis, living with family and a lodger TNA: RG 9/1349 f153 p10
1864 Q1 m.1. Sydney John Wilton (cal 1842 – ?, b. Antherstown, Waterford, Ireland), Weymouth RD GRO index; RG 9/4490 f3 p1; RG 11/1207 f6 p3
1866 Q2 m.2. Henry John Ellis (1844 – after 1881, seaman, merchant service, b. Poplar), Southampton RD GRO index; RG 9/4439 f173 p19; RG 11/1207 f6 p3
Children: Eliza Ann (1866–1914), Victoria Louisa (1868–1946), Laura Amelia (1870–1876), Henry Thomas (1872–1885), all b. Southampton GRO index; RG 10/1191 f125 p29; RG 11/1207 f6 p3
1868-08-21 of Ryde Terrace, Southampton daughter's birth certificate
1870-10-07 at Southampton Police Court:

INSULTING LANGUAGE.—Prunella Hodges, an elderly woman, was summoned for using insulting language towards Eliza Ann Ellis, who appeared with a young child in her arms, in Challis's-court, Orchard-lane, on Wednesday. Defendant was fined 10s and the costs, or fourteen days' imprisonment with hard labour. She said she should pay the money in the afternoon.

Hampshire Advertiser, 1870-10-08
1871 sailor's wife, living with her children in a flat at 4 Russell Street, Southampton; the other flat houses her sister Mary Jane and family RG 10/1191 f125 p29
1881 living with her family at 5 Harcourt Ter., St Mary's, Southampton RG 11/1207 f6 p3
  no subsequent trace yet located  


08. Amelia Sarah Ferry

1846 Q4 b. Melcombe Regis, Weymouth, Dorset censuses; GRO index
1846-12-06 bapt. St Mary's,  Melcombe Regis parish register
1851 of Beer House, St Nicholas Street, Melcombe Regis, living with her family and three lodgers TNA: HO 107/1857 f277 p49
1861 of Sailor's Return public house, Melcombe Regis, living with her family and a lodger TNA: RG 9/1349 f153 p10
1871 of the Sailor's Home Inn, 8 St Nicholas Street, Melcombe Regis, living with her family and a nephew RG 10/2001 f32 p12
1871-12-03 of Melcombe Regis; m. Henry Crocker (1842 – ?, carpenter, of Wyke Regis, s. William Crocker), at Melcombe Regis parish church Weymouth, after banns parish register; GRO index
1876 Q1 of [illeg.] Place, Weymouth; d. Weymouth RD
1876-05-19 bur. Wyke Regis parish register


09. Victoria Louisa Ferry

1848 Q3 b. Melcombe Regis, Weymouth, Dorset censuses; GRO index
1848-08-26 of Melcombe Regis; bapt. there parish register
1851 of Beer House, St Nicholas Street, Melcombe Regis, living with her family and three lodgers TNA: HO 107/1857 f277 p49
1861 of Sailor's Return public house, Melcombe Regis, living with her family and a lodger TNA: RG 9/1349 f153 p10
1871 of the Sailor's Home Inn, 8 St Nicholas Street, Melcombe Regis, living with her family and a nephew RG 10/2001 f32 p12
1873-11-09 of 1 Union Place, Weymouth; m. Joseph Barrett (1851–1915, police constable, of 13 Oakley Place, Weymouth, s. of John and Ann Barrett), at Holy Trinity, Weymouth, Dorset, after banns censuses; GRO index; parish register; information from Linda Sheraton-Davis, 2010
1881 police constable's wife, living with her husband at 6 Trinity Place, Weymouth RG 11/2106 f128 p12
Child: Mabel Louisa (1883–1939) censuses; GRO index
1891 living with her husband and daughter in 4 rooms at 6 Trinity Pl., Weymouth RG 12/1647 f76 p44
1892 Q3 d. Weymouth RD GRO index


10. Samuel William Weakley Ferry

1851 Q4 b. Weymouth, Dorset GRO index; censuses
1851-12-14 of Melcombe Regis, Dorset; bapt. there parish register
1861 of Sailor's Return public house, Melcombe Regis, living with his family and a lodger TNA: RG 9/1349 f153 p10
1867-06-04 at Weymouth Petty Sessions:

TUESDAY, Wm. Randall, Thomas Male, George Pitcher, and Samuel Ferry, four boys, were charged with gaming by playing pitch halfpenny on Sunday morning last, in the park. After a severe reprimand from the Bench, the boys were discharged on payment of the costs, amounting to 1s 4d each.

Bridport News, 1867-06-08
1871 smith and wheelwright, of the Sailor's Home Inn, 8 St Nicholas Street, Melcombe Regis, living with his family and a nephew RG 10/2001 f32 p12
1878 Q2 m. Emma Cleal (1851–1935, of Melcombe Regis, d. of William and Hannah Cleal), at Southampton censuses; GRO index; Linda Edwards gedcom
1881 wheelwright, lodger with Thomas Holland, at Hope Street, Weymouth RG 11/2104 f7 p8
  wheelwright and undertaker source misplaced—probably information from Maurice Ferry
Children: Gertrude Hannah (1882–1955), Elsie Victoria Nellie (1888–1971) censuses; GRO index
1891 wheelwright (master), employer, of 38 Spring Gardens, Wyke Regis, Dorset, living with his family; 4 rooms, with a lodger in a 5th RG 12/1648 f21 p35
1901 wheelwright, own account, of 38 Spring Gardens, Wyke Regis, living with his family and his wife's cousin RG 13/1995 f25 p13
1911 wheelwright, employer, of 38 Spring Gardens, Weymouth, living with his wife, his grandson, and a boarder; 6 rooms RG14PN12356 RG78PN702 RD263 SD2 ED17 SN216
1920 living with his wife, his daughters, and his son-in-law, at 27 Spring Gardens, Weymouth electoral register
1921 storeman, working for Hawkes Freeman Ltd, in St Thomas St, Weymouth; living with his wife, their younger daughter, and her children, in 6 3 rooms [number amended by the enumerator] at 27 Spring Gdns, Weymouth RG 15/10236 RD263 SD2 ED14 SN79
1927-04-05 retired wheelwright; executor of the will of Julia Elizabeth Ferry, widow National Probate Calendar
1939-09-29 wheelwright – retired, living at 27 Spring Gardens, Weymouth & Melcombe Regis, Dorset, with his daughters, his son-in-law, and a probably granddaughter 1939 England and Wales Register (RG 101)
1950-05-07 otherwise Samuel Willman Wekley; of 109 Knightsdale-road, Weymouth; d. Weymouth GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1950-11-18 will proved at Winchester by Leslie William Thomas Chiveralls and Cyril Alonzo Frederick Chiveralls; effects £1804 National Probate Calendar


11. Alice Joan Ferry

1855 Q2 b. Weymouth RD GRO index
1855-04-08 of Melcombe Regis, Weymouth; bapt. there parish register
1855-09-21 of Melcombe Regis; bur. there parish register


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