Children of Ellis and Mary Hughesdon

01. (Haddock) Thomas Hughesdon

1794 b. Deptford, Kent censuses
1794-08-12 of King Street, Deptford; bapt. St Nicholas, Deptford parish register
1813-10-28 of Deptford; bound apprentice to Shirley Richardson Thames Watermen & Lightermen, Binding Records
1823-11-13 free from apprenticeship
1831-07-24 m. Rachel Taylor (cal 1806 – 1878) at Lee, Kent "England Marriages, 1538–1973," database, FamilySearch: 10 February 2018, Haddock Thomas Hughesdon and Rachel Taylor, 24 Jul 1831, citing Lee, Kent, reference index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, FHL microfilm 1,469,430; censuses; GRO index
1841 waterman, living with his wife in a flat or room at 38 New Row, St Pauls, Deptford, Kent TNA: HO 107/488/11 f5 p3
1844-08-18 with his wife, witnesses at his sister Martha's wedding in Rotherhithe parish register
1851 waterman, of 38 New Row, St Pauls, Deptford, living with his wife and two lodgers TNA: HO 107/1584 f627 p39
1856 qualified to vote, by his house in New Row, St Paul, Deptford electoral register
1858 of 38 New Row, St Paul, Deptford electoral register
1861 waterman, of 38 New Row, St Pauls, Deptford, living with his wife, two lodgers, and two children of one of the lodgers TNA: RG 9/396 f60 p22
1871 waterman, living with his wife in a flat or room at 38 Prince Street, Deptford, Kent RG 10/744 f123 p23
1873 Q4 d. Greenwich, London GRO index


02. Mary Jane Hughesdon

cal 1795 b. Deptford, Kent censuses
1795-09-04 bapt. St Nicholas, Deptford, Kent parish register
1823-12-22 of St Mary Newington, Surrey; m.1. Thomas Richards (? – 1841, of St Mary Newington), at St Mary Newington, after banns parish register; GRO index
1841 not found in census  
1846-11-08 widow, of Bow, Middlesex; m.2. Charles Mole (? – ?, widower, carpenter, of Bow), at St Mary Stratford Bow, by banns parish register
before 1851 m.3. ____ Edy (? – before 1851) TNA: HO 107/1585 f180 p35
1851 widow, living with her brother William's family at 52 Prince Street, Deptford, Kent TNA: HO 107/1585 f180 p35
1861 widow, fundholder, living with her brother William's family at 52 Prince Street, Deptford [she is described as his sister-in-law] RG 9/397 f159 p29
  subsequent history not yet located  


03. James Hughesdon

1797-03-09 b. Deptford St Nicholas, Kent censuses (St Nicholas surmised)
1797-03-31 bapt. St Nicholas, Deptford, Kent parish register
1824-06-14 m. Susannah Harrold (cal 1796 – 1866, b. Folkestone, Kent), at St Mary Newington, Surrey censuses; GRO index; Surrey marriages; Stephen & Nyree(1)
Children: Elizabeth (1825–1830), Susanna (1830–1837), William (1831 – after 1856) censuses; GRO index; Stephen & Nyree(1); Mariners and ships in Australian Waters
1831 of Evelyn Street, Deptford Stephen & Nyree(1)
1839/1840 shopkeeper and dealer in groceries and sundries, of New Row, St Nicholas, Deptford
1841 cole dealer, of New Row, St Paul, Deptford, Kent, living with his wife and son, and an 80-year-old Margrett Brazier TNA: HO 107/488/11 f14 p20
1851 cow keeper, living with his wife and son in a flat at 11 New Row, St Paul, Deptford TNA: HO 107/1584 f622 p28
1856 qualified to vote, by his house in New Row, St Paul, Deptford electoral register
1858 of 11 New Row, St Paul, Deptford electoral register
1860 cowkeeper, of 11 Prince street, Deptford Post Office Directory
1860-04-03

SHOCKING AND FATAL ACCIDENT TO A TRADESMAN AT DEPTFORD.

Mr. C.J. Carttar, coroner for West Kent, held an inquest at the Tiger Cat public-house, Deptford, yesterday, on the body of Mr. James Hughesdon, age 63, a tradesman residing at 11, Prince-street, in that town, who met his death under the following melancholy circumstances:—

From the evidence adduced it appeared, that on Tuesday afternoon Mr. Francis Soddy, a gentleman residing in Brunswick-street, Dover-road, Southwark, stopped at an eating-house near the railway station at Deptford, leaving a horse and chaise in charge of a lad. The bit had been taken out of the horse's mouth, and its nosebag placed on for feeding. After an absence of about 20 minutes Mr. Soddy returned, and was about proceeding to London, when he discovered that the bit had become entangled with the curb- chain, and he imprudently took the bridle off the animal's head. The horse, finding itself thus free, became very restive, and before the bridle could again be replaced turned round and dashed off at a fearful speed, and having ran along the public footpath, knocked the deceased down, breaking one of his legs, causing severe internal injuries, and inflicting considerable injury to the skull. When picked up he was in an insensible state, and, notwithstanding medical assistance was immediately rendered, he expired in a few minutes. The horse kept on its career until the chaise came in contact with a brick pier, when it overturned and the animal was secured.

The Coroner commented in severe terms upon the thoughtlessness displayed in first taking the bit out of the mouth of a carriage-horse in the public streets, and afterwards stripping it of its bridle; and remarked that as the act of Parliament declared it an offence to permit horses to stand in the public streets of the metropolis to feed, he hoped the police would look out and prevent such offences taking place.

The inquest-room having been cleared,

The jury, after a lengthened deliberation, returning a verdict in accordance with the above facts, exonerating the owner of the horse from any criminal charge, but condemning his having taken the bit and bridle from the horse under the circumstances stated.

Morning Advertiser, 1860-04-06

FATAL ACCIDENT.—Mr. James Hughesdon, aged 63, a tradesman, residing at 11, Prince-street, Deptford, met his death on Tuesday, under the following melancholy circumstances. On Tuesday afternoon, Mr. Francis Soddy, a gentleman residing in Brunswick-street, Dover-road, Southwark, stopped at an eating-house near the railway station at Deptford, leaving a horse and chaise in charge of a lad. The bit had been taken out of the horse's mouth, and its nosebag placed on for feeding. After an absence of about 20 minutes Mr. Soddy returned, and was about proceeding to London, when he discovered that the bit had become entangled with the curb chain, and he imprudently took the bridle off the animal's head. The horse, finding itself thus free, became very restive, and before the bridle could again be replaced turned round and dashed off at a fearful speed, and, having run along the public footpath, knocked the deceased down, breaking one of his legs, causing severe internal injuries, and inflicting considerable injury to the skull. When picked up he was in an insensible state, and notwithstanding medical assistance was immediately rendered, he expired in a few minutes. An inquest was held next day, and the jury, after a lengthened deliberation, returned a verdict in accordance with the above facts, exonerating the owner of the horse from any criminal charge, but condemning his having taken the bit and bridle from the horse under the circumstances described.

Morning Post, 1860-04-07; GRO index


04. Andrew Hughesdon

cal 1798 b. St Nicholas, Deptford, Kent TNA: HO 107/488/4 f17 p26; Family Tree of Chris Hughesdon (UK)
1798-11-27 bapt. St Nicholas, Deptford, Kent Family Tree of Chris Hughesdon (UK)
1828-07-07 of St John Horselydown, Surrey; m. Margaret Mary Brasier (1807/11–1847, of St John Horselydown), at of St John Horselydown, after banns TNA: HO 107/488/4 f17 p26; GRO index; parish register
Children: Sarah (1830–1907), Thomas (1830–1850), Margaret (1832–1919); Andrew (1834–1903), James (1835–1827), James Daniel (1837–1874), Emma (1837–1908), Henry (1839–1870), Ann (1841–1893), Mary (1843–1923), Alfred (1845–1917) censuses; GRO index; National Probate Calendar;  Family Tree of Chris Hughesdon (UK)
1839/1840 wood merchant and dealer, of New Row, Deptford, Kent Pigot's Kent Directories
1841 timber merchant, of New Row, St Nicholas, Deptford, living with his family and a nurse HO 107/488/4 f17 p26
1842-04-12

1399. JOHN WOOD was indicted for stealing, on the 3rd of March, 6 pieces of wood, value 4d., the goods of Andrew Hughesdon.

ANDREW HUGHESDON . I am a timber and firewood-dealer. On the 3rd of March I examined my shed, which is about 160 yards from my house, and found some pieces of wood gone—these now produced are mine—I can swear to this piece—we have found a piece which fits it, and makes it complete—it is firewood, in pieces—we chop it into bundles afterwards.

Cross-examined by MR. PAYNE. Q. Did you find this piece? A. The officer did, on my premises, in my presence.

GEORGE SOLE (police-constable R 174.) On the 3rd of March, about half-past seven o'clock, I met the prisoner in company with another, with some wood under their arms—I turned, and followed him into Barns-alley—when they found I was getting close, they began to run, and threw this wood down—I called to a man to mind it for me.

Cross-examined. Q. Who was carrying the wood? A. Each was carrying some under his arm—I have not got the other person—there were six pieces altogether—Edds was with me—I met him accidentally—he is a Custom-house officer.

WILLIAM EDDS examined by MR. PAYNE. I saw the prisoner and another lad carrying; some wood—I heard the wood fall—I saw them run, and throw it down—I do not know who it was. GUILTY . Aged 17. Confined One Month.

Old Bailey Proceedings Online (www.oldbaileyonline.org, version 7.2, 08 April 2015), April 1842 (t18420404)
1842/1843 registered elector of St Paul Deptford England, Kent, Register of Electors, 1570–1907," index and images, FamilySearch, Andrew Hughesdon, 1842–1843, citing St Paul Deptford, Sevenoaks, Kent, Kent Archives Office, Maidstone, FHL microfilm 1,520,169
1843 wood merchant, of Prince Street, Deptford Family Tree of Chris Hughesdon (UK)
1845 wood dealer, of 1 New row, Deptford; also listed are Hughesdon & Ody, wood dealers, New row, Deptford; both also listed as fire wood dealers Post Office Directory
1846 (wood) chip contractor, Her Majesty's Dockyard Deptford Stephen & Nyree(1)
1847 of New-row, St Nicholas, Deptford; voted for Sir Edmund Filmer and Colonel Austen, in the general election poll book
1848 wood dealer, of 1 Prince Street, Deptford Post Office Directory
1849/1850 registered elector of St Paul Deptford England, Kent, Register of Electors, 1570–1907," index and images, FamilySearch, Andrew Hughesdon, 1849–1850, citing St Paul Deptford, Sevenoaks, Kent, Kent Archives Office, Maidstone, FHL microfilm 1,520,172
1850 of New Road/Row, St Nicholas, Deptford; eligible to vote from his freehold land in Old King Street, Deptford, and his freehold houses in Waterloo Place electoral registers
1851 of New Road, St Nicholas, Deptford; eligible to vote from his freehold land in Old King Street, Deptford
1851 timber dealer, living with his family at 82 Prince Street, St Nicholas Deptford HO 107/1585 f174 p22
1852 of New-row, St Nicholas, Deptford; voted for Sir Edmund Filmer and William Masters Smith, in the general election poll book
1856 of Czar street, St Nicholas, Deptford, with a house and premises electoral register
1857 of Prince Street, Deptford; eligible to vote from his two freehold houses in Old King Street electoral register
of Prince-st; voted for Sir Walter Buchanan Riddell in February and William Masters Smith in April poll book
1858 of 1 Czar street electoral register
timber merchant, of Czar street Melville's Directory
1859 of Prince Street, Deptford; eligible to vote from his two freehold houses in Old King Street electoral register
of Prince-street; voted for Viscount Holmesdale and Sir Edmund Filmer poll book
1860 timber merchant, of 11 Prince street, Deptford Post Office Directory
1860 of 11 Prince Street, Deptford; eligible to vote from his two freehold houses in Old King Street electoral register
1861/1866 of 1 Prince Street, Deptford; eligible to vote from his two freehold houses in Old King Street electoral registers
1861 not found in census  
1865 of 1 Prince-street; voted for Viscount Holmesdale and William Hart Dyke poll book
1866-12-13 wood merchant, of Prince-street, St Nicholas, Deptford; d. there GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1866-12-24 bur. Family Tree of Chris Hughesdon (UK)
1867-02-08 will proved at the Principal Registry by daughter Sarah Mace, executor; effects under £600 National Probate Calendar
1867-08-02

ANDREW HUGHESDON, Deceased.

Pursuant to an Act of Parliament of the 22nd and 23rd Victoria, cap. 35, intituled " An Act to further amend the Law of Property, and to relieve Trustees."

NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and other persons having any claim against the estate of Andrew Hughesdon, late of Prince-street, Deptford, in the county of Kent, Wood Merchant (who died on the 13th day of December, 1866, and whose will was proved in the Principal Registry of Her Majesty's Court of Probate, on the 8th day of February, 1867, by Sarah Mace (Wife of John Mace), formerly Hughesdon, Spinster, the daughter of the said deceased, the surviving executor therein named), are hereby requested to send the particulars of their claims to the said executrix, at the office of the undersigned, on or before the 29th day of September, 1867, after which date the executrix will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which she has received notice; and that the executrix  will not be liable for the assets so distributed, or any part thereof, to any person of whose claim the executrix shall not then have received notice.—Dated this 2nd day of August, 1867.

SANDOM and KERSEY, Solicitors to the said Executrix, Adelaide-chambers, No. 52, Gracechurch-street, E.C., and No. 108, High-street, Deptford, S.E.

 

London Gazette
1867-12 resworn at the Stamp Office under £1000 National Probate Calendar


05. Ellis Hughesdon

1800-05-25 b. Deptford, Kent censuses; Stephen & Nyree(1)
1800-05-30 bapt. St Nicholas, Deptford, Kent Stephen & Nyree(1)
1838-06-10 blacksmith; m. Sarah Ann Beal (cal 1812 – 1881, d. of Robert and Mary Beal), at St Peter & St Paul, Milton, Kent censuses; GRO index; "England Marriages, 1538–1973," database, FamilySearch: 10 February 2018, Ellis Hughesdon and Sarah Ann Beal, 03 Jun 1838, citing Milton-Next Gravesend, Kent, reference 924, index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, FHL microfilm 992,513; Stephen & Nyree(1); Monlezun
Children: Sarah Ann Frances (1839–1883), Emma (1841–1844), Alice Beal (1843–1885), Ellis Osborn (1845–1914), Charles Alfred (1847–1921), Emily J. (1850 – after 1901) censuses; GRO index
1841 blacksmith, of New Row, St Pauls, Deptford, Kent, living with his wife and two apparent lodgers TNA: HO 107/488/11 f5 p3
1851 timber dealer, of 36 New Row, Deptford, Kent, living with his wife, four granddaughters, and a visitor TNA: HO 107/1584 f627 p38
1856 qualified to vote, by his house in New Row, St Paul, Deptford electoral register
1858 of 36 New Row, St Paul, Deptford electoral register
1861 sawyer, of 36 New Row, Deptford, living with three children and a lodger TNA: RG 9/396 f60 p21
1864 labourer Stephen & Nyree(1)
1871 general labourer unemployed, of 36 Prince Street, Deptford, Kent, living in a flat with two daughters RG 10/744 f122 p22
1873 Q1 d. Greenwich RD GRO index
1874 of 36 Prince-street, qualified to vote by his house there electoral register


06. Grace Hughesdon

1802-06-13 bapt. Deptford St Nicholas, Kent "England Births and Christenings, 1538–1975," database, FamilySearch: 11 February 2018, Grace Hughesdon, 13 Jun 1802, citing ST NICHOLAS, DEPTFORD, LONDON, index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, FHL microfilm 0820686 IT 3; censuses; Family Tree of Chris Hughesdon (UK)
1822-07-15 m. John Davies (cal 1795 – ?, chimneysweep, b. Monmouthshire), at St Mary Newington, Surrey "England Marriages, 1538–1973," database, FamilySearch: 10 February 2018, John Davies and Grace Hughesdon, 15 Jul 1822, citing St Mary, Newington, Surrey, reference index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, FHL microfilm 307,696, 307,697, 307,698, 307,699, 307,700, 307,701, 307,702, 307,703; censuses; Family Tree of Chris Hughesdon (UK)
Children: William (1826 – after 1871), John (1828 – after 1861), George (cal 1831 – after 1871), Grace (cal 1835 – after 1851), Thomas (cal 1839 – after 1901), Ann (cal 1840 – after 1841), Jane (cal 1842 – after 1851), Emily (1847 – after 1861) censuses; GRO index
1841 of Pomeroy St, Hatcham, St Paul's Deptford, Kent, living with her family and a lodger, boarder, or visitor TNA: HO 107/488/17 f41 p26
1851 living with her family at 1 John's Place, St Paul's Deptford TNA: HO 107/1584 f34 p6
1861 living with her family at the Flying Dutchman, 1 John's Place, Pomeroy Street, St Paul's Deptford TNA: RG 9/392 f113 p22
1871 living with her husband, and her daughter's family, at 3 Grace's Place, Pomeroy Street, St Paul Deptford RG 10/741 f175 p37
1871 Q2 d. Greenwich RD GRO index


07. William Hughesdon

cal 1804 b. Deptford, Kent censuses
1804-01-15 bapt. St Nicholas, Deptford parish register
1831-11-13 m. Susannah Speering (1799–1881), at Bromley, Kent censuses; GRO index; "England Births and Christenings, 1538–1975," database, FamilySearch: 11 February 2018, Susanna Speering, 21 Jul 1799, citing ST PAUL, DEPTFORD, KENT, index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, FHL microfilm 384,869; Family Tree of Chris Hughesdon (UK)
Children: William Henry (1832–1921), Mary Ann (1834–1913); James (1839–1874), Susannah (1838–1877), Henry (1840–1925), and Charles James (1844–1921) censuses; GRO index; FamilySearch; Family Tree of Chris Hughesdon (UK)
1832 timber dealer, of Evelyn Street, Deptford entire family
1834 timber dealer, of Lower Road, Deptford
1840-01-15 timber dealer, of New Row, St Nicholas, Deptford
1841 living with his wife in a flat in New Row, St Nicholas, Deptford, Kent TNA: HO 107/8 f14 p20
1847-05-26 after a poll for the election of trustees to John Addey's Charity, called by the St Nicholas parish vestry:

Mr. William Hughesdon, protesting against the undue advantage which had been used towards the Liberal party that day, said that the schemes of the Monopolists would be rendered abortive, for it was his fixed determination to appeal to the Lord Chancellor, as according to the donor's will this election ought to have taken place twelve months since, whereas it had been delayed up to this moment to serve the views of a few interested parties.

Mr. Sandom, the vestry clerk (laughing): If you pursue that course it will only be putting money into the pockets of the lawyers.

Mr. Hughesdon: But not in yours though; we will take care of that.

Kentish Independent, 1847-05-29
1847 of Hughes's Fields, St Nicholas, Deptford; voted for Thomas Law Hodges poll book
1848 wood dealer, of Prince street, Deptford Post Office Directory
1850 of Hughes' Fields and 52 Prince Street, Deptford; eligible to vote from his freehold houses in Rope Walk and his house at 4 Old King Street, Deptford electoral register
1851 of Hughes' Fields and 52 Princes' Street, Deptford; eligible to vote from his freehold houses in Rope Walk and his freehold houses at 1–5 inclusive, Old King Street, Deptford electoral register
1851 timber merchant, of 52 Prince Street, Deptford, Kent, living with his family and his sister Mary HO 107/1585 f180 p35
1852 of 52 Princes' street, St Nicholas, Deptford; voted for Sir Edmund Filmer and William Masters Smith, in the general election poll book
1856 of Prince street, St Nicholas, Deptford, with a yard and premises electoral register
1857 of 52 Princes Street, Deptford; eligible to vote from his freehold houses at 1–5 inclusive, Old King Street, Deptford electoral register
of 52 Prince-street; voted for Sir Walter Buchanan Riddell in February and William Masters Smith in April poll book
1858 of 52 Prince street electoral register
timber merchant, of Prince street Melville's Directory
1859 of 52 Princes Street, Deptford; eligible to vote from his freehold houses at 1–5 inclusive, Old King Street, Deptford electoral register
of 52 Prince-street; voted for Viscount Holmesdale and Sir Edmund Filmer poll book
1860 firewood dealer, of Prince street, Deptford Post Office Directory
1860/1866 of 52 Princes Street, Deptford; eligible to vote from his freehold houses at 1–5 inclusive, Old King Street, Deptford electoral registers
1861 timber merchant employing 4 men, of 52 Prince Street, Deptford, living with his family and his sister Mary [described as sister-in-law] TNA: RG 9/397 f159 p29
1865 of 1 Prince-street; voted for Viscount Holmesdale and William Hart Dyke poll book
1869-01-24 timber merchant, of 52 Prince Street, Deptford; suicide by hanging (temporary derangement), at 52 Prince Street death certificate; National Probate Calendar
1869-01-25 inquest held death certificate
1869-04-13 will proved at the Principal Registry by son Henry Hughesdon, one of the executors; effects under £2000 National Probate Calendar
1881-05-19 will proved (double probate) at the Principal Registry by sons William Henry Hughesdon and Charles Hughesdon, the other executors; effects under £2000


08. Sarah Hughesdon

c. 1806 b. Deptford, Kent censuses; Family Tree of Chris Hughesdon (UK)
1806-01-14 bapt. St Nicholas, Deptford, Kent parish register
1841 servant, of Union Place, Greenwich, Kent TNA: HO 107/488/11 f5 p3
1851 laundress, of 14 Bennett Gr., Greenwich, Kent, living with a single lodger and a family of four lodgers TNA: HO 107/1586 f558 p35
1861 living at 14 Bennett St, Greenwich, with a Jane Evans [described as her mother] and a couple boarding TNA: RG 9/400 f158 p28
1861-05-22 destitute; admitted to St Olave's Union workhouse, Bermondsey London workhouse admission and discharge registers
1861-06-24 London workhouse admission and discharge registers
1865-09-28 London workhouse admission and discharge registers
1871 domestic servant, inmate of St Olave's Union Workhouse, Southwark [entry gives place of birth as Gravesend, which makes these St Olave's references a bit suspect] RG 10/626 f109 p6
1875 Q2 d. St Olave, Southwark GRO index


09. Eleanor Hughesdon

1807-12-05 b. Family Tree of Chris Hughesdon (UK)
1808-01-01 bapt. Deptford St Nicholas, Kent "England Births and Christenings, 1538–1975," database, FamilySearch: 11 February 2018, Eleanor Hughesdon, 01 Jan 1808, citing ST NICHOLAS, DEPTFORD, LONDON, index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, FHL microfilm 0820686 IT 3


10. Martha Hughesdon

1810-06-01 bapt. St Nicholas, Deptford "England Births and Christenings, 1538–1975," database, FamilySearch: 11 February 2018, Martha Hughesdon, 01 Jun 1810, citing ST NICHOLAS, DEPTFORD, LONDON, index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, FHL microfilm 0820686 IT 3
1834-05-06 of St Giles, Camberwell, Surrey; m. 1. Robert Bacon (cal 1789 – 1840, of St Giles, Camberwell) at St Giles, Camberwell, London, by banns parish register; banns book; burial register of St Botolph without Aldgate
Children: Martha (1835 – after 1861), Mary Ann (1837–1917), Sarah (1839–1894) censuses; GRO index
1841 charwoman, living with her children in a flat in New Row, St Paul, Deptford, Kent TNA: HO 107/488/11 f5 p3
1844-08-18 widow, of Rotherhithe, Surrey; m. 2. George Hickmer (cal 1816 – 1894, gardener, later general labourer, b. Lewes, Sussex, s. of Joseph Hickmer), All Saints pc, Rotherhithe, after banns GRO index; censuses; banns book; parish register
Children: George (1845–1897), Rachel (1846 – ?), Elizabeth (cal 1850 – 1854), Margaret (1854–1902), John (1857 – after 1879) censuses; GRO index; Curious Fox; Stroughair(Straughan) / Connolly(Cooper) Family
1851 living with her family at 42 Old King St, St Nicholas Deptford, with two families of lodgers; name given as Mary Ann Hickmore TNA: HO 107/1585 f132 p28
1861 living with her family at 2 Orchard Row, St Nicholas, Deptford TNA: RG 9/397 f9 p22
1871 living with husband and youngest son in a flat at 19 Idenden Terrace, Greenwich, Kent RG 10.760 f70 p9
1881 living with husband at 1 Portland Place, Rotherhithe, London RG 11/578 f43 p14
1891 living with husband in 2 rooms at 3 Skeggs Place, Rotherhithe; bedridden; daughter Sarah visiting RG 12/383 f31 p54
1892 Q1 of 31 Osprey St, Deptford; d. St Olave Southwark RD GRO index; cemetery register
1892-01-21 bur. City of London and Tower Hamlets Cemetery, Southern Grove, Mile End, London cemetery register


11. Richard Hughesdon

1813-02-14 bapt. Deptford St Nicholas, Kent parish register
1813-03-07 of King Street, Deptford; bur. Deptford St Nicholas Kent burials


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