Children of Henry and Elizabeth Harding

01. Joseph Henry Harding

1853 Q2 b. Battle, Sussex GRO index; censuses
1861 living with his family and a lodger in High Street, Battle TNA: RG 9/565 f11 p16
1871 living with his family at 62 Powis Street, Woolwich, London TNA: RG 10/783 f34 p14
1879-07-24 m. Mary Jane Sharp (cal 1852 – 1932, b. Rearsby, Lincolnshire), in Thanet RD GRO index; censuses

Ramsgate—July 24, at the Congregational Church, by the Rev. H.J. Bevis, Joseph Henry Harding, of Hosham [sic], to Mary Jane Sharp, of Ramsgate.

Thanet Advertiser, 1879-07-26
Children: Edith Alice (1881–1949), Ethel May (1883–1918), Mabel Louise (1885–1892), and Mildred Annie (1888–1947), all b. Woolwich GRO index; censuses
1881 cordwainer, living with his family at 62 Powis Street, Woolwich Arsenal RG 11/746 f71 p7
1885-12-26 witness to the marriage of his sister Mary Jane, at Stoke Newington pc parish register
1887-03-17

WOOLWICH.

(Before Mr. MARSHAM.

ALLEGED SHOP-LIFTING.—Louisa Ditton, 74, of 79, High-street, Woolwich, was charged with stealing a pair of boots, value 2s., from the shop of Joseph Henry Harding, 62, Powis-street, Woolwich.—Mrs. Harding said the prisoner entered the shop with a box of matches as an excuse, and whilst her back was turned, she decamped with the boots, which she gave up when pursued. They lost three pairs of boots under similar circumstances last week.—Remanded.

Woolwich Gazette, 1887-03-18
1887-09-28 secretary of the Rectory Place Sunday School 'Excelsior' Band of Hope; present at its annual meeting in the lecture hall of Rectory Place Congregational Church, Woolwich Kentish Independent, 1887-10-01
1891 clerk, employed, living with his family at 29 Rectory Place, Woolwich RG 12/529 f8 p5
1895-04-24 witness to the marriage of his brother Charles John, in West Hackney parish register
1901 commercial clerk in Smithfield Meat Market, worker, living with his family at 29 Rectory Place, Woolwich RG 13/566 f55 p5
1910-01-17 d. at 219 Grangehill Road, Well Hall, after five days' illness GRO index; Woolwich Gazette, 1910-01-25


02. Elizabeth Harding

1854 Q4 b. Battle, Sussex GRO index; censuses
1861 living with her family and a lodger in High Street, Battle TNA: RG 9/565 f11 p16
1871 living with her family at 62 Powis Street, Woolwich, London TNA: RG 10/783 f34 p14
1875 Q2 m. David Turner or Thomas Wilkins, in Greenwich RD GRO index


03. Mary Jane Harding (Jeannie)

1857-11-24 b. Battle, Sussex GRO index; censuses; 1939 England and Wales Register
1861 living with her family and a lodger in High Street, Battle TNA: RG 9/565 f11 p16
1871 living with her family at 62 Powis Street, Woolwich, London TNA: RG 10/783 f34 p14
1881 drapers assistant, servant in the household of William Wagon, grocer's manager, in St Mary, Reading, Berkshire RG 11/1304 f78 p2
1885-12-26 of 111 Winston Road, Stoke Newington; m. Thomas James Oakley (1859–1931, compositor, of the same address, b. Plumstead, Kent, s. of Thomas Oakley), at All Saints pc, Stoke Newington, Middlesex, after banns parish register; GRO index; censuses
Children: Bertram Thomas (1887–1916), Beatrice Maud (1887–1906), and another (b. and d. before 1911), all b. Woolwich, Kent GRO index; censuses; UK Army registers of soldiers effects
1891 living with her family at 38 King Street, Woolwich RG 12/529 f16 p21
1901 living with her family and two boarders at 17 Craigerne Rd, Greenwich, London RG 13/541 f56 p54
1911 living with her husband and son in 7 rooms at 71 Wellington Street, Woolwich RG 14/2863 RD30 ED6 SN111
1931-03-26 husband of 76 Osbaldeston-road, Stamford Hill, Stoke Newington, Middlesex, at the date of his death National Probate Calendar
1931-11-11 co-executor of her husband's will, in London
1939-09-29 private means, living at Dancliffe Nursing Home, Poole, Dorset 1939 England and Wales Register
1941 Q3 d. Poole RD GRO index


04. Charles John Harding

1863 Q4 b. Battle, Sussex GRO index; censuses
1871 living with his family at 62 Powis Street, Woolwich, London TNA: RG 10/783 f34 p14
1881 grocer's assistant, servant, in the household of Joseph Pegrum, grocer, and his family, of Wood St, Walthamstow, Essex TNA: RG 11/1732 f102 p22
1891 grocer's assistant, in the household of William Klosy, grocer, at 94 Fulham Rd, Kensington, London RG 12/30 f184 p37
1895-04-24 grocer, of 89 Fouldon Road, West Hackney; m.1. Kate Laker (1865–1907, of the same address, b. Horsham, Sussex, d. of Joseph Laker, assistant overseer), at West Hackney pc, after banns GRO index; censuses; parish register; West Surrey Times, 1895-05-04
1901 grocer's manager, worker, living at 94 Fulham Rd, Kensington, with his wife, niece Edith A. Harding, a postal clerk, and a general servant RG 13/81 f2 p7
1907-02-24 wife of 84 Fulham-road, Brompton, Middlesex, at the date of her death National Probate Calendar
1907-03-15 grocer, administrator of his wife's estate
1910 Q1 m.2. Ethel Alice Saxton (1880–1975, b. Newington, London), in Camberwell RD GRO index; censuses
1911 grocer, working, living in 8 rooms at 94 Fulham Rd, London, with his wife, a domestic servant, and two postal clerks RG 14/112 RD2 ED30 SN132
1939 not clearly identifiable in 1939 England and Wales Register  
1945-06-17 of 22 Hilton-crescent, Preston, Paignton, Devon; d. St Mary's Hospital, Islington, London National Probate Register
1946-01-19 will proved at Llandudno by Ethel Alice Harding widow and Mollie Ammann (wife of Karl Eugene Ammann); effects £2488 15s. 3d.


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