Children of Henry and Harriet Watson

01. Frederick Watson

1814-11-16 b. 23 Friday Street, Cheapside, St Margaret & Moses, London TNA: RG 6/415, /802
1837-01-01 of Hertford; d. TNA: RG 6/102, /206

On the 1st instant, at Hertford, in the 23rd year of his age, Frederick Watson, a member of the Society of Friends.

Hertford Mercury and Reformer, 1837-01-03
1837-01-08 bur. Hertford RG 6/102, /206


02. Caroline Watson

1816-06-26 b. 23 Friday Street, Cheapside, St Margaret & Moses, London; twin TNA: RG 6/415; censuses; Annual Monitor
1841 living with her sister Eliza, her brother-in-law, and a presumed servant, in Balsal Heath Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham TNA: HO 107/1151/1 f5 p2
1851 not found in census
1861
before 1871 m.1. Dr William White (cal 1807 – 1878, physician) censuses; Annual Monitor
1871 of 2 Albion Grove, St Mary, Stoke Newington, London, living with her parents' family, her husband, and a domestic servant TNA: RG 10/311 f48 p22
1881 not found in census  
1886 Q2 m.2. Joshua Green (1813–1894, grocer and draper, of Stansted, Essex), Liverpool RD censuses; Digest of Essex Quaker Births: Index; National Probate Calendar; Edward H. Milligan (2007) Biographical Dictionary of British Quakers in Commerce and Industry 1775–1920. York: Sessions Book Trust; GRO index
1891 of Silver Street, Stansted, Essex, living with her husband, a housemaid, and a cook, with her sister Emily visiting RG 12/1097 f70 p3
1894-02-16 husband a retired merchant of Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex, at the date of his death National Probate Calendar
1894-12-23 of Stansted, or of "Mentona", Surrey-road, Bournemouth; d. Christchurch RD Annual Monitor; National Probate Calendar; GRO index
d. at her residence, Linden Villa, Stansted, on Friday morning Chelmsford Chronicle, 1894-02-23
1895-01-24 will proved at London by her brother Edward Watson and her nephew Frederick Bale; effects £5083 5s. National Probate Calendar
1895-05 will resworn, £5043 18s. 5d.


03. Eliza Watson

1816-06-26 b. 23 Friday Street, Cheapside, St Margaret & Moses, London; twin TNA: RG 6/415; censuses; digest of London & Middlesex Quaker births: index
1841 Q2 m. Joseph Catchpool Bale (cal 1813 – 1861, tea m.), St George Southwark RD GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1841 living with her husband, her sister Caroline, and a presumed servant, in Balsal Heath Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham TNA: HO 107/1151/1 f5 p2
Children: Caroline (1842–1918), Frederick (1842–1931), Anna Mary (cal 1844 – 1935), Joseph Henry (1845–1886), all b. Birmingham; Louisa (1848–1848), b. Lambeth RD GRO index; censuses; Annual Monitor
1851 not found in census  
1861 school mistress, living with her family and her brother Edward, at 1 County Terrace, Camberwell New Road, Camberwell, Surrey, with a house servant RG 9/381 f67 p9
1861-07-21 husband a commercial traveller, of Birmingham, d. at York National Probate Calendar
1871 annuitant, living at 1 Holland Road North, Christchurch, Brixton, with her son and daughter, and a general servant RG 10/679 f88 p40
1881 annuitant—railway shares, living at 12 Luxor St, Brixton, with two sons and a daughter RG 11/611 f98 p2
1891 living on own means, with her two eldest and a domestic servant, at 89 Tottenham Court Road, St Pancras, London RG 12/121 f144 p19
1901 living with her two eldest at 16 Stonebridge Rd, Willesden, Middlesex RG 13/1214 f113 p6
1902 Q1 d. Hendon RD GRO index


04. Ann Hooper Watson

1818-06-07 b. 23 Friday Street, Cheapside, St Margaret, London censuses; Annual Monitor; digest of London & Middlesex Quaker births: index
1841 of High St, Peckham, Surrey, living with her family and a female servant TNA: HO 107/1051/7 f42 p7
1843-01-11 domestic, draper's &c, of Peckham; admitted to The Retreat by her father and Hy. W.; 2nd attack, duration 1 month, five years since 1st attack at 19; mania, "not heredy"; grief, 1st attack, reduced by scarlet fever this time Admission register, The Retreat
1844-10-24 discharged, recovered
1847-10-08 domestic; admitted to The Retreat by her father, @ 4/- Admission register, The Retreat; Lunacy Patients Admission Registers
1847/1858 in the Retreat The Retreat Archives RET 6/19/1/176, Borthwick Institute
1851 patient of The Friends' Retreat, Gate Fulford, East Riding of Yorkshire TNA: HO 107/2355 f575 p41
1859-06-11 admitted to The Retreat Lunacy Patients Admission Registers
1859/1887 in the Retreat—moral insanity The Retreat Archives RET 6/19/1/176, Borthwick Institute
1861 daughter of drysalter, patient in the Friends' Retreat Lunatic Asylum, Gate Fulford, Yorkshire TNA: RG 9/3554 f46 p8
1871 patient in The Retreat, Gate Fulford RG 10/4753 f59 p61
1881 lunatic, no occupation, inmate of the Friends' Retreat Lunatic Asylum, Gate Fulford RG 11/4727 f68 p7
1885 wrote eight letters (still surviving) to her family The Retreat Archives RET 6/19/1/176, Borthwick Institute
1887-05-19 of York; d. York RD Annual Monitor; GRO index
  bur. York fbg Find a Grave


05. Henry Watson

1820-01-03 b. 23 Friday Street, Cheapside, St Margaret & Moses, London TNA: RG 6/415, /803
1820-05-27 of Friday Street, Cheapside, St Margaret & Moses, London; d. TNA: RG 6/416, /958
1820-05-31 bur. Whitechapel fbg, London RG 6/416, /958


06. Charles Watson

1821-04-27 b. 9 Trafalgar Place, Hackney Road, St Leonard Shoreditch, Middlesex TNA: RG 6/415, /803; censuses
1841 not found in census  
1851 comml traveller, tea, of 12 South Place, Camberwell New Rd, Lambeth, Surrey, living with his family and a house servant TNA: HO 107/1574 f59 p5
1859-04-14 gentleman, of Hornsey Rise; m. Laura Scott (1832–1918, of Holloway, d. of Abraham Scott, gentleman), St John's church, Upper Holloway, Islington, London; by licence censuses; GRO index; National Probate Calendar; parish register; FamilySearch; Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal, and General Advertiser, 1859-04-19
Children: Hugh Fawcett (1860–1933), Edith Laura (1862–1945), Charles Scott (1864–1931) censuses; GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1860-07-25 son b. at 12 Shaftesbury Villas, Hornsey-rise Morning Post, 1860-07-28
1860-10-24 merchant, of Shaftesbury Villas parish register
1861 China merchant, of 12 Shaftesbury Villas, Hornsey Rise, Islington, Middlesex, living with his family, his sister Ellen, a house servant, a groom, and a nursemaid RG 9/150 f77 p25
1862-03-28 daughter b. at 12 Shaftesbury Villas Morning Post, 1862-04-01
1862-11-12 merchant, of 12 Shaftesbury Villas parish register
1865-11-08 gentleman, of 18 Manor Road, Hackney parish register
1871 no occupation, of 2 Camden Terrace, Seal Road, Sevenoaks, Kent, living with his family and a domestic servant RG 10/922 f93 p21
1881 retired merchant, of South Hill Villa, Greenway Lane, Lyncombe and Widcombe, Somerset, living with his family and a general servant RG 11/2435 f40 p22
1882-07-17 d. South-hill Villa, Bath; late of Mincing-lane-buildings, Little Tower-street, London GRO index; Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette, 1882-07-27


07. Edmund Watson

1822-08-22 b. 10 Surrey Square, St Mary Newington, Surrey TNA: RG 6/423, /803
1823-03-31 of Surrey Square, St Mary Newington, Surrey; d. TNA: RG 6/424, /1047
1823-04-04 bur. Whitechapel fbg, London


08. Harriett Eleanor Watson

1824-02-05 b. Bath Place, Peckham, St Giles Camberwell, Surrey TNA: RG 6/432, /803; censuses; digest of London & Middlesex Quaker births: index
1841 not found in census  
1851 governess, of Basingstoke, Hampshire, in household of Sheppard Bell, landowner and farmer TNA: HO 1071681 f256 p1
1861 not found in census  
1871 teacher, of Birkheads Road, Reigate Foreign, Surrey, living alone RG 10/830 f69 p31
1881 school mistress (daily pupils), of Birkheads Road, Reigate Foreign, living with a lodger RG 11/797 f70 p6
1891 school mistress, living in a flat in Berkheads Road, Reigate Foreign RG 12/577 f63 p5
1901 living on own means; lodger in Florence Road, Bournemouth, Hampshire RG 13/1044 f149 p27
1908 Q3 d. Reigate RD GRO index


09. Anna Maria Watson

1825-04-11 b. Peckham, Camberwell, Surrey TNA: RG 6/423; censuses; Annual Monitor; digest of London & Middlesex Quaker births: index
1841 of High St, Peckham, Surrey, living with her family and a female servant TNA: HO 107/1051/7 f42 p7
1851 of 12 South Place, Camberwell New Rd, Lambeth, Surrey, living with her family and a house servant TNA: HO 107/1574 f59 p5
1852-05-22 of Camberwell New Road, Surrey; d. Lewisham RD Annual Monitor; GRO index


10. Ellen Watson

1826-10-14 b. Peckham, Camberwell, Surrey TNA: RG 6/423, /952; censuses; Annual Monitor
1836/1840 scholar at Croydon School A Complete List of Scholars Educated at Croydon School from the Opening of the Establishment in 1825 to its Final Removal to Saffron Walden in 1879; Joseph Spence Hodgson (1895) Superintendents, Teachers, and Principal Officers of Ackworth School, from 1779 to 1894. Ackworth Old Scholars' Association
1841 of High St, Peckham, Surrey, living with her family and a female servant TNA: HO 107/1051/7 f42 p7
1851 not found in census  
1861 no occupation, living with her brother's family, a groom, a house servant, and a nursemaid, at 12 South Place, Camberwell New Rd, Lambeth, Surrey RG 9/152 f140 p17
1871 housekeeper, of Victoria Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire RG 10 [ref. not found on most recent Ancestry search]
1880 to 1895 or later housekeeper at Ackworth School Hodgson (1895)
1881 housekeeper/dom. of Friends School, Ackworth, Yorkshire RG 11/4597 f116 p2
  13 years housekeeper at Ackworth School Annual Monitor
1891 house keeper, employed, with her brother Edward, lodgers at 9 Promenade, North Meols, Lancashire, in the household of Thomas Jesper, retired woollen draper RG 12/3036 f125 p22
1901 living on her own means, of 1 Deeside, Bournemouth, Hampshire, with her siblings Edward and Emily, and a general servant RG 13/1044 f136 p1
of 1 Deeside, Hawkwood, Boscombe, Bournemouth Proceedings of the Ackworth Old Scholars' Association, Part XX, Eighth Month, 1901
1911 private means, of 5 Hawkswood Rd, Boscombe, Hampshire, with her siblings Edward and Emily, and a general servant; 8 rooms RG14PN5856 RG78PN267 RD95 SD2 ED25 SN249
1918-08-31 of 1 Deeside, Hawkwood-road, Boscombe, Bournemouth; d. Aston Grays Nursing Home, Knole-road, Boscombe National Probate Calendar; Annual Monitor
1918-10-16 will proved at London by brother Edward Watson and sister Emily Watson; effects £493 14s. 3d. National Probate Calendar


11. Rachel Watson

1827-12-30 b. Lawrence Lane, Peckham, St Giles Camberwell, Surrey TNA: RG 6/423, /952; censuses; Annual Monitor; digest of London & Middlesex Quaker births: index
1841 of High St, Peckham, Surrey, living with her family and a female servant TNA: HO 107/1051/7 f42 p7
1851 of 12 South Place, Camberwell New Rd, Lambeth, Surrey, living with her family and a house servant TNA: HO 107/1574 f59 p5
1852-05-03 of Camberwell New Road, Surrey; d. Lambeth RD Annual Monitor


12. Edward Watson

1829-04-26 b. Peckham, St Giles Camberwell, Surrey TNA: RG 6/423, /952; censuses; Annual Monitor
1839/1843 educated at the Friends' School, Croydon A Complete List of Scholars Educated at Croydon School from the Opening of the Establishment in 1825 to its Final Removal to Saffron Walden in 1879
1841 pupil, of Friends School, Park Lane, Croydon, Surrey TNA: HO 107/1078/9 f52 p14
1851 corndealer's clerk, visitor with Phoebe Dawes, proprietor of houses, at 10 Nelson Square, Southwark, Surrey HO 107/1557 f384 p61
1861 cotton flock manufacr, living with his sister Eliza and family, at 1 County Terrace, Camberwell New Road, Camberwell, Surrey RG 9/381 f67 p9
1871 flock agent, of 2 Albion Grove, St Mary, Stoke Newington, London RG 10/311 f48 p22
1881 not found in census  
1891 flock agent, employed, with his sister Ellen, lodgers at 8 Promenade, North Meols, Lancashire, in the household of Thomas Jesper, retired woollen draper RG 12/3036 f125 p22
1901 living on own means, of 1 Deeside, Bournemouth, Hampshire, with his sisters Ellen and Emily, and a general servant RG 13/1044 f136 p1
1911 private means, of 5 Hawkswood Rd, Boscombe, Hampshire, with his sisters Ellen and Emily, and a general servant; 8 rooms RG14PN5856 RG78PN267 RD95 SD2 ED25 SN249
1912-02-14 "one of the oldest Friends in Bournemouth"; declared the new meeting-house open, and received a silver key from the architect Bournemouth Graphic, 1912-02-16; Bournemouth Guardian, 1912-02-17
1918-10-16 gentleman; co-executor of will of sister Ellen Watson National Probate Calendar
1919-05-12 of 1 Deeside, Hawkwood-road, Boscombe, Bournemouth, Hampshire; d. Christchurch RD National Probate Calendar; Annual Monitor; GRO index
1919-09-04 will proved at London by Edwin Dodshon and Joseph Neale; effects £1118 4s. 2d. National Probate Calendar


13. Emily Watson

1831-07-17 b. Peckham, St Giles Camberwell, Surrey TNA: RG 6/423, /1045; censuses
1841 of High St, Peckham, Surrey, living with her family and a female servant TNA: HO 107/1051/7 f42 p7
1851 of 12 South Place, Camberwell New Rd, Lambeth, Surrey, living with her family and a house servant TNA: HO 107/1574 f59 p5
1861 living with her family at 4 Angel Terrace, St Mary, Stoke Newington, London RG 9/152 f140 p17
1871 of 2 Albion Grove, St Mary, Stoke Newington, living with her family, brother-in-law, and a domestic servant RG 10/311 f48 p22
1881 housekeeper to Ann and Samuel Rosling, of 166 Kings Rd, St Giles, Reading, Berkshire RG 11/1308 f72 p45
1891 companion, visitor with her sister Caroline Green at Silver Street, Stansted, Essex RG 12/1097 f70 p3
1901 living on own means, of 1 Deeside, Bournemouth, Hampshire, with her siblings Edward and Ellen, and a general servant RG 13/1044 f136 p1
1911 private means, of 5 Hawkswood Rd, Boscombe, Hampshire, with her siblings Edward and Ellen, and a general servant; 8 rooms RG14PN5856 RG78PN267 RD95 SD2 ED25 SN249
1918-10-16 co-executor of will of sister Ellen Watson National Probate Calendar
1919-02-16 of 1 Dee Side, Hawkwood-road, Boscombe, Bournemouth; d. Christchurch RD National Probate Calendar; GRO index
1919-08-24 will proved at London by Edwin Dodshon; effects £362 15s. 6d. National Probate Calendar


14. Elizabeth Watson

  b. large format 19th century Ms tree (descendants of Joshua Watson of Huntwell), Society of Genealogists' documents collection


15. Benjamin Watson

  b. large format 19th century Ms tree (descendants of Joshua Watson of Huntwell), Society of Genealogists' documents collection


Children of Joshua and Rachel Watson | Watson (1) page | Family history home page | Website home page

 

This page was last revised on 2020-08-29.

 

© 2010–2020 Benjamin S. Beck

Web Analytics Made Easy - Statcounter