Children of Joseph and Hannah Watson

01. Ann Watson

1800-09-13 b. Cheapside, St Lawrence Jewry, London TNA: RG 6/415, 799, /800; censuses; Annual Monitor; Dictionary of Quaker Biography
1827-05-16 m. Samuel Rosling (1796–1885, of Peckham, s. of Heffield and Ann Rosling), at Deptford, Kent TNA: RG 6/539, /1158; censuses; Annual Monitor; Edward H. Milligan (2007) Biographical Dictionary of British Quakers in Commerce and Industry 1775–1920. York: Sessions Book Trust
1841 of Peckham Rye Terrace, Peckham, Camberwell, Surrey, living with her husband and a female servant TNA: HO 107/1051/9 f50 p12
1847 of Hemel Hempstead information from Raine Threadgold
1851 of Corner Hall, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, living with a house servant and another servant HO 107/1715 f255 p38
1854-09-13 one of the signatories to a certificate issued by Albans mm for Jn Foster to be a travelling Friend Bedfordshire and Luton Archive Service FR2/10/7/9
1861 of Corner Hall, Hemel Hempstead, living with her husband and two house servants RG 9/839 f27 p14
1871 of Alders Rd, Reigate Foreign, Surrey, with her husband, living with her brother and his wife, with three servants RG 10/830 f62 p17
1880-10-05 of Reading, Berkshire; d. there Annual Monitor; GRO index; information from Raine Threadgold
1880-10-09 bur. Reading Friends' burying-ground information from Raine Threadgold


02. John Watson

1801/1805 b. information from Raine Threadgold; not in digest of London & Middlesex Quaker births: index
1826-10-04 m. Mary Moon (1805–1884, of Norton, Durham, s. of John and Elizabeth Moon), at Billingham, Durham censuses; TNA: RG 6/229, /628; information from Raine Threadgold
Children: John William (1830–1919), Alfred (1832–1931), Richard (1834–1919), Elizabeth Ann (1836–1930) censuses; Annual Monitor; Paul M. Street gedcom files; GRO index
  druggist marriage certificate
1849 d. Mississippi, USA; supposedly drowned in the Mississippi River after his boat capsized Paul M. Street gedcom files; information from Tony Spink


03. Sophia Watson

1802-12-10 b. Watling Street, All Hallows, London TNA: RG 6/415, 799; censuses; Annual Monitor; Dictionary of Quaker Biography
1831-10-13 m. Charles Knight (1800 – before 1871, cheese and bacon factor, of Fore St, Cripplegate, London), at Peckham, Surrey TNA: RG 6/539, /1158; censuses; digest of London & Middlesex Quaker births: index
Children: Sophia (1832–1886), Hannah Maria (1834–1894), Charles (cal 1840 – 1874) censuses; Annual Monitor; National Probate Calendar; digest of London & Middlesex Quaker births: index
1832/1834 of 69 Fore St, St Giles Cripplegate Without, London digest of London & Middlesex Quaker births: index
1841 not found in census  
1851 living with her family and a general servant at 23 Upper Ground St, Christchurch, Southwark, Surrey HO 107/1557 f25 p42
1861 living with her family and a house servant at 6 Grenville Terrace, Queens Road, St Giles, Reading, Berkshire RG 9/749 f76 p32
1871 income from house property, widow, living with her family and a domestic servant at 6 Grenville Terrace, Queens Road, St Giles, Reading RG 10/1283 f78 p11
1881 house property, living with her daughters and a domestic servant at 98 Queens Rd, St Giles, Reading RG 11/1308 f9 p11
1885-12-15 of Reading; d. 98 Queen's Road, Reading Annual Monitor; Berkshire Chronicle, 1885-12-19


04. (Edmund) Temple Watson

1804-09-14 b. All Hallows, Watling St, London TNA: RG 6/415, /799; censuses; Dictionary of Quaker Biography
1835-09-16 of St Giles, Camberwell, Surrey; m. 1. Ann Reynolds, (before 1814 – 1853, b. Abridge, Essex), at St Alfege's, Greenwich, Kent Kent marriages and banns; TNA: HO 107/1593 f140 p18; information from Raine Threadgold
1835-11-10 gent., of 2 Dorrington Grove Kennington; insured with the Sun Fire Office catalogue entry for Records of Sun Fire Office, London Metropolitan Archives, MS 11936/546/1208499
1836-01-28 Samuel Rosling and Edmund Temple Watson, Bull Stairs Wharf, Upper Ground Street, corn factors; insured with the Sun Fire Office catalogue entry for Records of Sun Fire Office, London Metropolitan Archives, MS 11936/546/1215207
1841 corn factor, of Bath Pl., Peckham, Camberwell, Surrey, living with his wife, a female servant, and another person, presumable a boarder, lodger, or visitor TNA: HO 107/1051/8 f50 p8
1842-12-10 one of the assignees of the insolvent estate of James Parker, corn dealer of Greenwich Perry's Bankrupt Gazette, 1842-12-17; The London Gazette
1845-04-19 cork [sic] merchant, of Upper Ground-st; one of the assignees of the bankrupt estate of Thomas Adlington, corn and coal merchant Perry's Bankrupt Gazette, 1845-04-19
1847-07-28 Samuel Rosling and Edmund Temple Watson, corn merchants, Upper Ground-st—partnership dissolved, "Debts by Watson" Perry's Bankrupt Gazette, 1847-08-21; The London Gazette
1851 corn factor, of Weybridge, Surrey, living with his wife, two house servants, and a visitor HO 107/1593 f140 p18
1853-06-28 wife died at Weybridge-common Morning Post, 1853-07-01
1854-04-24 of Norland Square, London; m. 2. Catherine Eales (1816–1891, d. of the late William Eales, Esq., of Finsbury), at St James, Kensington, London censuses; information from Martin Rossiter & Raine Threadgold; London Evening Standard, 1854-04-27; Morning Post, 1854-04-28
Child: unnamed son (1856–1856) information from Raine Threadgold, citing The London Post, 1856-03-14
1856-02-11 son b. and d. at Norland Square Morning Chronicle, 1856-02-14
1856-06-01 of 46 Norland-square; had a servant named Mary Hornbrook (also described as "one of the female servants"), who testified to a robbery there that day Globe, 1856-06-06; West London Observer, 1856-06-07; West London Observer, 1856-06-14
1857-11-07 had been named as a director of the Metropolitan Bread Company, but without authority Windsor and Eton Express
1861 land and house proprietor, living with a cook at Horton, Buckinghamshire TNA: RG 9/852 f122 p5
by 1862-12-06 had donated £5 for the Manchester and Salford Relief Fund Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 1862-12-06
1868-03-18 at Bucks Petty Sessions, in Slough:

DOUBLE CASE OF THEFT.—George Fulcher was charged with having stolen a duck belonging to Mr. Edward Temple Watson, of Horton, on Friday last. William Seabrook, a man in prosecutor's employ, missed the duck, and afterwards found it in Mr. Foote's shrubbery, behind a tree. He watched it, and saw prisoner come in the evening and fetch it away, placing it beneath his coat. He secured prisoner, who resisted his capture, and witness at once communicated with the police. There was a second charge against the accused [ . . .]. The accused was sentenced to six months' imprisonment, three months for each offence. [ . . . ]

Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette, 1868-03-24
1869-09-21 at the Revising Barrister's Court at Chertsey, for the revision of the register for the western division of Surrey:

The name of Edmund Temple Watson, described as of Horton Lodge, Horton, Bucks, was objected to by Mr. Stevens, on the ground that he did not reside at the place stated in the residential column.

Mr. Gregory produced a letter from Mr. Watson, stating that although he had been travelling for some years, he still maintained a residence at Horton Lodge.

The Revising Barrister: The letter should have stated that the writer still retained the same qualification. I have no evidence of the fact, and must strike the name out.

Mr. Stevens said that he had no reason to believe that Mr. Watson had got rid of his qualification. All letters addressed to him had been returned. He was willing, however, to accept Mr. Gregory's explanation.

The Revising Barrister said that under these circumstances he would retain the name.

West Surrey Times, 1869-09-25
1871 retired corn factor, living with his wife, a cook, and a housemaid, at 17 Norland Square, Kensington, London RG 10/39 f79 p29
1881 retired corn factor, living with his wife, a cook, and a housemaid, at Horton Lodge, Horton RG 11/1459 f30 p4
  gentleman, of Norland Square, London W11 information from Martin Rossiter
1886-06-07 of Horton Lodge, Horton, near Slough, esquire; d. there, of old age and exhaustion National Probate Calendar; information from Richard Pennington, Martin Rossiter, and Raine Threadgold; Globe, 1886-06-12; Reading Mercury, 1886-06-19
1886-06-12 bur. St Peter, Chertsey, Surrey parish register

DEATH AND FUNERAL OF AN OLD INHABITANT.—Mr. Edmund Temple Watson, who has for many years resided at Horton Lodge, and who formerly lived at Weybridge, Surrey, died on Monday week, after a long illness at the advanced age of 81. The funeral took place at Chertsey Cemetery on Saturday afternoon last, the body having been conveyed by road to the burial ground. Mr. Morton, of Slough, was the undertaker.

Windsor and Eton Express, 1886-06-19
1886-07-23 will proved at the Principal Registry by Edward Coleman and Robert Thompson Stoneham, executors; personal estate  £14,583 11s. 7d.; bequeathed £1000 in trust to Joseph Watson in his will National Probate Calendar; information from Martin Rossiter & Raine Threadgold
1893 stained glass windows dedicated to Edward Temple Watson and his wife Catherine constructed in St Michael's church, Horton Buckinghamshire Stained Glass, accessed 2010-12-15


05. Maria Watson

1806-10-13 b. Watling Street, All Hallows Bread St, London, Middlesex TNA: RG 6/415, /800; censuses; Annual Monitor; Dictionary of Quaker Biography
1841 not found in censuses  
1851
1861 fund holder, living with her sister at Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire TNA: RG 9/839 f3 p4
1863-01-14 of Albans mm; marriage clearance issued for Sam Whiting by Reading & Warborough mm catalogue entry for Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and Record Service FR2/9/2/41
1863 Q1 of Hemel Hempstead; m. Samuel Whiting (1803–1884, draper of Reading, Berkshire, s. of Thomas and Mary Whiting), Hemel Hempstead fmh censuses; Annual Monitor; Edward H. Milligan (2007) Biographical Dictionary of British Quakers in Commerce and Industry 1775–1920. York: Sessions Book Trust; Reading Mercury, 1863-03-28; GRO index
1871 living with her husband and a general servant at Donnington Villa, London Road, Reading RG 10 1282 f24 p41
1881 living at 117 London Rd, St Giles Reading, with her husband, a cook, and a general servant RG 11/1306 f25 p43
1884-03-20 husband of Donnington Villa, London-road, Reading, at the date of his death there National Probate Calendar
1891 living on own means, with a sick nurse and a general servant, at 117 London Rd, St Giles Reading RG 12/994 f19 p31
1896-01-17 of Donnington Villa, London-road, Reading; d. Reading RD National Probate Calendar; Annual Monitor; GRO index
1896-03-10 will proved at Oxford by James Boorne and John Colebrook; effects £1633 9s. National Probate Calendar


06. Alfred Watson

1809-05-14 b. Surrey Square, St Mary Newington, Surrey TNA: RG 6/423, /801; censuses; Dictionary of Quaker Biography; digest of London & Middlesex Quaker births: index
1825-08-16 certificate for Alfred Watson issued by Southwark mm, to Albans mm, sent to Jn Foster of Luton catalogue entry for Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and Record Service FR2/7/5/64
1838-09-29 upholsterer, of Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire; m. 1. Mary Eales (1810–1845, of Hemel Hempstead, b. St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, d. of Elisha and Martha Eales, of Hemel Hempstead), at Hemel Hempstead pc, by licence Hemel Hempstead parish register; St George Hanover Square parish register; GRO index; catalogue entry for Albans mm minutes, Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and Record Service FR2/1/1/6
Children with first wife: Mary (1840–1925), Martha Ann (1843–1921), both b. Hemel Hempstead GRO index; censuses
1840-11-28 upholsterer and linen draper, High-street, Hemel Hempstead Hertford Mercury and Reformer, 1840-11-28
1841 draper and upholsterer, of High Street, Hemel Hempstead, living with his wife, a female servant, and a boarder, lodger, or visitor TNA: HO 107/441/5 f28 p9
1845-05-04 of High-street, Hemel Hempstead, at the date of his wife's death Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette, 1845-05-10
1847-06-17 at a Crown Commission hearing in Hertford, inquiring into the extent of the property of the late murderer John Tawell, which had been forfeited to the Crown, gave evidence as to his property at Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead:

Mr. Watson, appraiser, of Hemel Hempstead, stated that he had valued "Marlowes," in the occupation of Mr. Josiah Hales; its annual value was 26l.

[ . . . ] Mr. Alfred Watson was recalled, and stated that he had made an inventory of all the household furniture and other goods on the premises of Mrs. Tawell, which were the property of the late John Tawell. He valued the goods at 600l. The goods mentioned in the schedule corresponded with his inventory.

Hertford Mercury and Reformer, 1847-06-19
1850-01-25 marriage licence Faculty Office marriage licences
1850-01-29 m. 2. Mary Ann Gaine (1818 – after 1891, d. of Thomas Ferguson and Charlotte Gaine, clothier), at Bushey parish church, Hertfordshire censuses; British Isles Vital Records Index, 2nd edition;  Rossiter Tree 31Jan06; information from Raine Threadgold
Children with second wife: Alfred Gaine (1850–1925), Ellen (1852–1932), both b. Hemel Hempstead censuses; GRO index
1851 draper and upholsterer employing 6 men, living with his family, an upholsteress, a house servant, and a nurserymaid, in High Street, Hemel Hempstead HO 107/1715 f135 p31
1852-10-23 linen draper, Hemel Hempsted; sells G. Simmonds's Waterproof Clothing Oxford Journal, 1852-10-23
1860-06-29 upholsterer, of Hemel Hempstead Coventry Herald
1861 draper, cabinet maker &c. master employing 4 men and an apprentice, living in High Street, Hemel Hempstead with his family, an upholsteress, two upholsteress assistants, and a domestic servant RG 9/838 f17 p28
1863-02-25 of Hemel Hempstead at the date of the marriage of his daughter Martha Ann Bucks Herald
1864-10-01 of Hemel Hempstead Bucks Herald
1865-04-18 of Hemel Hempstead at the date of the marriage of his daughter Mary Northampton Mercury, 1865-04-22
1866-04-27

UPHOLSTERY.—Wanted, in the country, a respectable Young Woman, as Upholsteress, who thoroughly understands her business; an unexceptionable reference required. Apply to Mr. Alfred Watson, Hemel Hempstead.

Clerkenwell News
1866-10-23 of Hemel Hempstead at the date of the second marriage of his daughter Martha Reading Mercury, 1866-10-27
1867-12-17 of Hemel Hempstead; one of many signatures to a memorial of the ratepayers of Hertfordshire, opposing the introduction into operation of the New Highway Act Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser, 1867-12-21
1870-11-09 upholsterer, of Hemel Hempstead parish register of St Peter Regent Square, London
1871 draper, upholsterer &c., living in High Street, Hemel Hempstead, with his wife and daughter, an upholsteress, a draper's assistant, and a general servant RG 10/1386 f20 p29
1873-02-08 draper, of Hemel Hempstead Bucks Herald, 1873-02-15; parish register of St John's, Wembley
1873-02-23 death of David Clarke, "for many years in the service of Mr. Alfred Watson, High-street, Hemel Hempstead" Bucks Herald, 1873-03-01
1873 entered into partnership with his new son-in-law Benjamin Hall Weston, as Messrs Watson and Weston, drapers, upholsterers and cabinet-makers Bucks Herald, 1873-09-12
1875-03-29 witness in the trial of a young woman and a little girl, for stealing a cheque and attempting to obtain money under false pretences:

Mr. Alfred Watson, upholsterer, said that the cheque produced was brought to him about 8.30 on Saturday evening, by a young woman, whom he did not know, and who asked him to cash it. Witness declined to do so. He did not observe that the cheque had been altered. It bore the name of Davis, and that was the only thing he recognised the cheque by, as he did not examine it. He gave no one any authority to get the cheque cashed. Mrs. Lawrance came to witness about five minutes afterwards and asked witness about the cheque.

[ . . . ] The elder prisoner said that Mr. Watson said that he did not know who it was that brought the cheque.

Mr. Watson—I did not notice who the person was. I think I know her by sight; she used to come on errands for Mr. Davis.

Hemel Hempstead Gazette and West Herts Advertiser, 1875-04-03
1875-07-09 at the trial at the Hertfordshire Summer Assizes:

Alfred Watson, examined: I am a draper and upholsterer, at Hemel Hempstead. A young person brought the cheque (produced) to me. I cannot say it was the prisoner.

Hertford Mercury and Reformer, 1875-07-17
1876-01 had employed a J.H. Salter, cabinet maker and working upholsterer, who had now set up business on his own account Hemel Hempstead Gazette and West Herts Advertiser, 1876-01-22
1876-08-16

BURGLARY.—On Wednesday, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., the house occupied by Mr. Alfred Watson, at Marlowes was broken into and the following articles stolen therefrom:—A small oval clock, 4 electro-plated dessert spoons, 4 small forks, 3 large ditto, 5 large dinner knives and forks, 6 small ditto, 1 carving knife, with ivory handles, sugar nippers, pair of boots, 2 silk umbrellas; and a bundle of Telegraph newspapers, with the Bravo case in. Entrance to the house was obtained by forcing open the scullery window, and also the door leading into the kitchen. No one was in the house at the time, but Mr. Weston, Mr. Watson's son-in-law, went down to the house in the morning and saw every thing right then. The robbery was discovered at 6 o'clock in the evening. A young man at the house adjoining saw, between 10 and 11 o'clock a.m., a man carrying a bundle of umbrellas, and having a flag basket on his shoulder, come from the premises. An old carving knife was found in the house, and it has been ascertained that this knife belongs to the landlord of the Queen's Head lodging house, in Queen Street, and that it was used in common by the lodgers. An umbrella maker had been lodging in the house and he went away on the day of the robbery. The police are on the alert to interview him.

Hemel Hempstead Gazette and West Herts Advertiser, 1876-08-19
1881 draper & upholsterer, of Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead, living with his wife and a general domestic servant RG 11/1443 f23 p39
1885-06-20 draper, cabinet maker, and upholsterer, of High-street, Hemel Hempstead; d. there, or Marlowes National Probate Calendar; Bucks Herald, 1885-06-27; Leighton Buzzard Observer and Linslade Gazette, 1885-06-30
1885-06-24 bur. St Mary's church, Hemel Hempstead Rossiter Tree 31Jan06
1885-08-06 will proved at the Principal Registry by widow Mary Ann Watson, and son-in-law Benjamin Hall Weston; personal estate £128 15s. 10d. National Probate Calendar
1885-09-09 suicide by hanging, of his son-in-law and business partner Benjamin Hall Weston Bucks Herald, 1885-09-12


07. Henry Watson

1811-05-11 b. Surrey Square, St Mary Newington, Surrey TNA: RG 6/423; Dictionary of Quaker Biography; digest of London & Middlesex Quaker births: index
1832-08-07

BANKRUPTS.

To surrender at Basinghall-street.

Henry Watson, Newington, Surrey, grocer, Aug 14 at 10, and Sept 18 at 12. Sols Messrs Selby, Fleet street.

Newcastle Journal, 1832-08-11

Henry Watson, of Crown-row, Walworth-road, tea dealer and grocer, to surrender August 14, at ten, and Sept. 18, at twelve, at Basinghall-street.

Globe, 1832-08-08
1833-03-20 emigrated to Sydney, New South Wales, via Hobart, leaving London aboard the Curler, Captain R.N. Hunter information from Raine Threadgold
1833-08-16 arrived Hobart, Tasmania, and stayed there a month
1833-09-23 left for Sydney
1833-10-04 arrived at Sydney
1836-10-01 inn-keeper at Campbelltown (believed to be south of Sydney)
1837-02-25 store assistant at Campbelltown; deemed to have looked much healthier
1841 of South Australia South Australia census
before 1887 of McLaren Vale, South Australia information from Raine Threadgold
1887-06-27 of Mt Barker, South Australia; d. there Australia death index; Billion Graves

WATSON—On the 27th June, at Mount Barker, Henry Watson, late of Maclaren Vale, aged 75 years. Brother of Joseph Watson, Wistow, Mount Barker. Arrived in Australia in 1838.

The South Australian Advertiser, 1887-06-28
  bur. Mount Barker Cemetery, 23 Springs Road, Mount Barker, Hindmarsh, South Australia, Australia, with a headstone Billion Graves


08. Joseph Watson

1813-07-08 b. Surrey Square, St Mary Newington, Surrey TNA: RG 6/423, /801; Dictionary of Quaker Biography; digest of London & Middlesex Quaker births: index
  of 10 Surrey Square, London information from Raine Threadgold
1840-08-07 left London with Captain David Martin
1840-12-13 arrived Pt Adelaide, South Australia, on the Royal Admiral
1841 of South Australia South Australia census
  storekeeper and farmer, at Echunga information from Raine Threadgold
1849-07-29 m. Harriet Watkins (1831–1908, d. of Thomas and Hester Watkins), at St James, Blakiston, South Australia
Children: Sophia Ann (1852–1853), Emma Ellen (1857–1927), Edmund Sternham (1860–1910), Henry (1862–1936), Alfred George (1865–1945), Samuel Albert (1868–1897), Elizabeth Esther (1871–1953), Mary Ann (1873–1952)
1852-01-31

ONE POUND REWARD.

LOST, a LIGHT BAY MARE, branded [D with a curved line above, CJ below] on near shoulder, and HS near neck, [inverted W 9] off shoulder, white star in forehead. Whoever will give any information of her so that it will lead to her recovery, or bring her to Mr. J. Godlee, Mount Torrens, shall receive the above reward.

JOSEPH WATSON,          

Echunga

Adelaide Observer, 1852-01-31
  of Mt Barker, South Australia information from Raine Threadgold
1867-11-15 welcomed Prince Alfred to Mt Barker at the Nelson Inn, Wistow, having had lunch on the creek at Hartley; Prince Alfred stayed at Mt Barker overnight on his way back to Hahndorf and Adelaide
1873 Joseph & Harriot's family Bible, with this date, survives
1886 received a bequest of £1000 from his brother Edmund Temple Watson, held in trust by Joseph, and after his death by Harriet; after her death it was distributed to their children
1888-10-11 of Wistow The South Australian Advertiser, 1888-10-15
1892-01-04 farmer, of near Mount Barker, South Australia; d. Wistow, South Australia National Probate Calendar; Australia Death Index, 1787–1985; information from Raine Threadgold
 

WISTOW, JANUARY 11.

Mr. Joseph Watson, a respected resident of Wistow, died on January 4, after a long and painful illness. The deceased gentleman was born in Surrey, England, on July 8, 1819, and came to the colony in the Royal Admiral in 1840

South Australian Chronicle, 1892-01-16
  bur. Old Section 147/171, Mount Barker Cemetery, South Australia Find a Grave
1892-03-29 will proved by Thomas Henry Stephenson, farmer of Mt Barker, surviving executor; value less than £300 information from Raine Threadgold
1892-12-07 administration (with will) (limited) granted to William Russell Law, attorney of Thomas Henry Stephenson; effects £970 National Probate Calendar


09. unnamed daughter Watson

1814-07-13 b. Surrey Square, St Mary Newington, Surrey TNA: RG 6/423, /801; Dictionary of Quaker Biography
1814-07-13 of Surrey Square, Mary, Newington; d. aged 2 hours, London & Middlesex Quarterly Meeting TNA: RG 6/424, /957; DQB; digest of London & Middlesex Quaker burials: index
1814-07-16 bur. Long Lane Friends' burying-ground, Bermondsey RG 6/424, /957


10. Emma Watson

1815-06-29 b. Surrey Square, St Mary Newington, Surrey TNA: RG 6/423, /802; TNA: RG 10/1234 f9 p11; Annual Monitor; Dictionary of Quaker Biography
1841 not found in censuses  
1851
1861 fund holder, living with her sister at Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire TNA: RG 9/839 f3 p4
1871 no profession, of Swiss Villa, St Giles, Reading, Berkshire, living with a cook and a housemaid RG 10/1234 f9 p11
1876-06-21 of Swiss Villa, Reading; d. Reading Annual Monitor; National Probate Calendar
1876-07-14 will proved at Oxford by Samuel Whiting and Samuel Rosling; effects under £300 National Probate Calendar


11. William Watson

1821-06-01 b. Peckham, Camberwell, Surrey TNA: RG 6/423, /803; Dictionary of Quaker Biography
1821-06-30 of Peckham, Camberwell; d. Horsleydown & Southwark TNA: RG 6/424, /958; DQB
1821-07-05 bur. Long Lane fbg, Bermondsey RG 6/424, /958


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