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Family of ? HAMILTON (???) and Sarah Jane SMITH

Husband: ? HAMILTON (???) ( - )
Wife: Sarah Jane SMITH (1855-1930)
Children: Margaret Hamilton SMITH (1876-1948)

Husband: ? HAMILTON (???)

Name: ? HAMILTON (???)
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -
Residence 16 Oct 1896 Brixton, Surrey1
27 Herne Place
Occupation 16 Oct 1896 Coachman; Brixton, Surrey1

Wife: Sarah Jane SMITH

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Sarah Jane SMITH, c. 1895, age 40

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Sarah Jane SMITH, 1916, age 60

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Sarah Jane SMITH, c. 1895, age 40

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Sarah Jane SMITH, 1927, age 71

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Sarah Jane SMITH, 1928, age 73

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Sarah Jane SMITH, 1913, age 58

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Sarah Jane SMITH, c. 1930, age 75

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Sarah Jane Hoadly Grave 2 at Romford Cemetery

Name: Sarah Jane SMITH
Sex: Female
Nickname: Sally
Father: ? ? ( - )
Mother: Ann SMITH (bef1827-1882)
Birth 8 Sep 1855 Coleshill, Warwickshire2
Baptism 24 Sep 1855 (age 0) Coleshill, Warwickshire3
St Peter and St Paul, Coleshill, Warwickshire
Residence 24 Sep 1855 (age 0) Coleshill, Warwickshire3
Census 7 Apr 1861 (age 5) Coleshill, Warwickshire4
Angel Yard, High Street, Coleshill, Warwickshire
Occupation 7 Apr 1861 (age 5) Scholar; Coleshill, Warwickshire4
Census 2 Apr 1871 (age 15) Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire5
27 Aston Road (Public House), Aston, Duddeston Cum Nechells, Birmingham
Occupation 2 Apr 1871 (age 15) Dressmaker; Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire5
Census 3 Apr 1881 (age 24) West Dulwich Kent6
35 Park Road West Dulwich Kent
Occupation 3 Apr 1881 (age 25) Servant Domestic; West Dulwich Kent6
Residence 12 Jul 1886 (age 30) Bexley Heath, Kent7,8
4 Holloway Cottages, Lion Lane
Residence 7 Oct 1887 (age 32) Southwark, Surrey
27 East Street, Southwark, Surrey
Address given on Frederick John's admission to King and Queen Street Infant School
Census 5 Apr 1891 (age 30) Plumstead, Woolwich, London9
136 Plumstead Road, Plumstead, London
Residence 16 Oct 1896 (age 41) Peckham, Surrey10
198 High Street, Peckham, Surrey
Residence 16 Oct 1896 (age 41) Brixton, Surrey1
27 Herne Place
Census 31 Mar 1901 (age 44) Peckham, Surrey11
198 High Street, Peckham, Surrey
Occupation Domestic Servant
Marriage Count 2
Child Count 8
Census 2 Apr 1911 (age 55) Peckham, Surrey12
198 High Street, Peckham, Surrey
Occupation 2 Apr 1911 (age 55) Baker and Pastry Cook; Peckham, Surrey12
Death 14 Apr 1930 (age 74)
Burial 22 Apr 1930 Romford Cemetery13
Grave No: G58

Child 1: Margaret Hamilton SMITH

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Margaret Hamilton SMITH

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Margaret Hamilton SMITH, 1916, age 39

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Margaret Hamilton SMITH

Name: Margaret Hamilton SMITH
Sex: Female
Spouse: Frank Ernest William HARWOOD (1875?-1947)
Birth 13 Aug 1876 16 Thorne Street, Wandsworth Road, Kennington, Surrey14
Family: ...of ? HAMILTON (???) and Sarah Jane SMITH
Address: 16 Thorne Street, Wandsworth Road, Kennington, Surrey
Census 3 Apr 1881 (age 4) Brixton, Surrey15
9 Herne Place (Hope Cottage), Lambeth, Surrey
Census 5 Apr 1891 (age 15) Plumstead, Woolwich, London9
136 Plumstead Road, Plumstead, London
Baptism 16 Oct 1896 (age 20) Brixton, Surrey1
St Jude, East Brixton, Surrey
Residence 16 Oct 1896 (age 20) Brixton, Surrey1
27 Herne Place
Census 31 Mar 1901 (age 24) 5 Bismarck Road, Islington, London16
RG13/159/120/25
Census 2 Apr 1911 (age 34) Islington, London17
27 Arthur Road, Holloway, Islington, London N
Census 29 Sep 1939 (age 63) Frinton and Walton U.D., Essex, England18
5 Leapole Villas Church Field Road
Occupation 29 Sep 1939 (age 63) Unpaid Domestic Duties; Frinton and Walton U.D., Essex, England18
Will 1948 (age 71-72)19
Margaret Harwood of
5 Leopold Villas, Churchfield Road, Walton on the Naze, Essex
Widow
Died 3 September 1948 at
10 Warren Road, Guildford, Surrey
Administration Ipswich 22 October 1948 to
Frank Hamilton Hubert Harwood - Iron Moulder

£130
Death 3 Sep 1948 (age 72) Guildford Hospital, 10 Warren Road, Guildford, Surrey20
5 Leopold Villas, Churchfield Road, Walton on the Naze, Essex

Note on Husband: ? HAMILTON (???) (1) - shared note

So far I have been unable to identify Margaret's natural father.

No-one in the surviving family seems clear either.

Given the significance of the name Hamilton, (i.e. Hamilton House, and the fact that Frank and Maggie's son had Hamilton included in his name, it would seem possible that her father's name might have been Hamilton.

There is no father given on her birth certificate, and she is registered as Margaret Hamilton Smith.

Note on Husband: ? HAMILTON (???) (2)

I have a little clue and theory about Great aunt Maggie Hamilton Smith.

In my trawl of the 1871 census I found a William G. Hamilton, age 13. He was the son (I have since discovered) of William and Mary Ann Hamilton - and was christened 31 August 1858 at St Barthomlomew's Birmingham.

It would appear Mary Ann was later widowed and married Henry Purden, a publican, and had more children with him.

Anyway, in 1871, the two families, Shuttleworth and Purden, are both in the Nechells area - very near to each other - and both Henry Purdon and William Shuttleworth are publicans.

Is it possible that William G. Hamilton might be the father, do you think? Absolutely wild speculation of course, but I believe licenced victuallers do tend to know each other - so maybe there was a connection with the families.

I have just noted that there is a William Hamilton who died in 1885 aged 28 in Aston - possibly the same one.

Lots of intriguing possibilities!

Note on Wife: Sarah Jane SMITH - shared note

In the 1861 census for Coleshill, she is living with John and Margarett Smith, and their daughter, Jane. She is listed as their daughter (aged 5 - which would put her birth at about 1856), but since Margarett would have been 52 at the time of her birth, I feel that this is unlikely.

 

Could Sarah Jane have been the daughter of one of John and Margarett's children, and brought up by her Grandparents?

[The Coleshill Parish registers show that a Sarah Jane Smith, daughter of Ann Smith, "A single woman", was christened on 26th September 1855]. It seems odd that John and Margarett baptized all their children, but not Sarah Jane.

 

From an email from Sally Richards:

"I've checked my notes - my mother [Barbara Howard] referred to Sally having a brother called Mark. She said Mark Smith (the surname probably just an assumption as I don't suppose she ever met him).However, Ann Smith, according to your website, did have a son Mark Shuttleworth. If this is the Mark my mother meant, it would be additional evidence that Ann is Sally's mother. Incidentally, there are only two Marks in the whole family tree - Mark Shuttleworth, William and Ann Shuttleworth's son (and possibly therefore Sarah Jane Smith's half brother), and Mark Shuttleworth, son of Mark Snr. and Emily."

 

 

 

The evidence seems to strongly point to Sarah Jane being the illegitimate daughter of Ann Smith, eldest daughter of John and Margarett Smith.

This would be supported by the baptismal entry in the Coleshill Parish Registers and a corresponding GRO birth certificate obtained that registers Sarah Jane's birthday as 8th September.

 

The date of registration (by the mother Ann Smith) is 26th September 1855 which is also the date of baptism.

 

The only conflicting evidence here is Joyce Hoadly's [ Sarah Jane's grandaughter] memory of her grandmother's birthday as 12th September. Her memory is sharp and reliable - and although she barely remembers her grandmother she recalls that her father Len always said his mother was born on 12th September.

 

Is it possible, therefore, that Sarah Jane perhaps due to the circumstances of her birth, was unaware of the correct date of her birth?

 

There is a family rumour - yet to be investigated [2002] that Sarah Jane and perhaps her mother (Ann Smith) were at some point domestics at Warwick Castle.

Another rumour suggests that she was somehow connected with Lady Hamilton!

 

Curiously the following info has been gleaned from the Internet from a site about Warwick Castle:

 

"The 8th Lord Brooke, Francis Greville, married Elizabeth, the sister of Sir William Hamilton. This was the same William Hamilton whose wife Emma enjoyed a tempestuous and public affair with Lord Nelson."

 

In 1881 census, she is a domestic servant to Frank Burtonshaw, a mantle manufacturer, and his wife, Augusta. They resided at 35 Park Road, West Dulwich, which is now (1996) Park Hall road.

[RG11/0626/93/14]

 

At the same time, Margarett Hamilton [Smith], her daughter is staying with Jane (Sarah Jane's sister - or perhaps aunt) and John Harris at 9 Herne Place

[RG11/0617/24/30]

 

According to Joyce Hoadly, Sarah (or Sally, as she was known), had a piano, and used to sing "Come Back To Erin" and "The Last Rose Of Summer".

 

Nelly Jaques recalls; "She was a nice lady." She used to dress her daughters very nicely, and Nelly used to go to school with them. Being poorer, she envied Eva and Dorothy, but got on well with them nevertheless.

 

Letters from Sarah Jane to her daughter in law Elsie - all written in pencil:

 

[From Walton 1926]

 

"Hamilton House Walton-On-The-Naze, Essex Sep 5 26

 

Dear Elsie

 

I was so pleased to get a letter from you it quite cheered me up dear. As you say that was some storm. I am glad we did not get it here. We have had some lovely weather. Friday morning was wet but soon cleared. I suppose Eva told you all the new's I am glad you had a lovely run in the A.C. and enjoyed it so much. I know dear old Len would look after you well. You must give him my love and a great big kiss. On Tuesday as you know it is his Berfday. I must try and get down the street to buy him a card. Sorry I didn't answer you letter ere this but Eva was getting away on Saturday and I was moving downstairs. It takes me a long time. I went to dinner with Jack and Jessie. They send their kind love to you and Len. I shall be glad to get home again. There is no place like Home. I am getting better but rather slowley [sic]. Please give my love to Miss Garrett. Now dear I suppose I must dry up as it is getting dark. With fond love to you and Len. Trusting you are both well I am yours as ever Mum. P.S. Write me again soon."

[undated]

 

"Dear Elsie

 

I am sorry the dear baby [Joyce Hoadly] has had such a cold. Frank [Harwood?] said she had it slightly on Tuesday. I am glad you did not bring her out. Keep her well rubbed with oil. You can't do better and keep her out of the cold wind till she gets quite well it is such a dangerous time of the year. I will come and see you on Monday if she is not well enough, or if it is still cold, kiss her for me, and give my love to Len. Lots to yourself Mumxxx"

 

"Dear Elsie

 

I am rather late with my good wishes. But I wish you all the best of Health and Happiness. Some to little Joyce and your own dear self. From Mum and Dad.xxxx Run in and see me when you get time. Come right through and up the stairs."

 

[Postcard dated 29-6-27 from Walton on Naze]

 

"Dear Elsie

 

I hope you had a nice journey and did not go to sleep. You looked so very cosy. Today is the first fine day since you were here. Xx Love to you both Mum and Dad"

 

[Letter]

 

"Hamilton House Walton on Naze Essex 30-6-27

 

Dear Elsie

 

Big thunder storm here this morning. Cannot go out Jessie is busy packing to send off by train. Our holiday will soon be over. And I shall not be sorry. This weather is so depressing. But their [sic] is no doubt we shall benefit by the change and rest. Dad has written to Len this morning to catch the 11am post so he will get it to night. I hope you are keeping well and not working to [sic]hard because you need not, I was very pleased to see you on Sunday and Glad to hear that you got home alright. I expect you was a bit late and the weather was rather unkind. Never mind. Now dear I think you better order a leg of lamb for Sat dinner then we shall have some for supper on Sunday night. And some tomatoes and onions. Not forgetting the Pig's Ear as Dad calls it. Please tell Miss Garrett I am sorry about the cards as Mr Hoadly did not post them all at once. I expect you have got them ere this. Will you kindly give Ivy the 2/6 I spoke to you about and tell her I trust will have a fine day and hope to see her on Tuesday morning. Dad as [sic] been down the Pier it is Blowing like H he says. Fondest Love from Mother and Dad to you Both xx S.J.H"

 

"Sarah Jane died whilst visiting Eva and George in Norfolk Rd, Romford and my mother remembered this vividly. Apparently Eva and her mother were very close. "

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1"Baptism Brixton, Surrey 16 Oct 1896 Margaret Hamilton SMITH" (235).
Text From Source: Baptisms at St Jude, Brixton, Surrey
When baptized: 16 Oct 1896
Child's Christian Name: Margaret Hamilton
Parents' Christian Names: John and Jane
Parents' Surname: SMITH
Abode: 27 Herne Place, Brixton, Surrey
Quality, Trade or Profession: Coachman
By whom the ceremony was performed: S. Stapleton Adkins
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Source: Baptism Brixton, Surrey 16 Oct 1896 Margaret Hamilton SMITH, Frederick John Hoadly 1896 2

2GRO, "Birth Certificate". Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: Birth Certificate

Registration District: Meriden. 1855 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Coleshill in the County of Warwick
No: 157
When and where born: Eighth of September 1855. Coleshill
Name if any: Sarah Jane
Sex: Girl
Name and surname of father: -
Name, surname and maiden surname of mother: Ann SMITH
Occupation of father: -
Signature, description and residence of informant: Ann Smith. Mother. Coleshill
When registered: Twenty Sixth September 1855
Signature of Registrar: William Jacombs Registrar

CERTIFIED to be a true copy of an entry in the certified copy of a Register of Births in my custody.
William Bussey Superintendent Registrar 23rd January 1984
Graham Hoadly.
3"Baptism Coleshill, Warwickshire 24 Sep 1855 Sarah Jane SMITH" (756).
Text From Source: Baptism
Reference: 756
Date: 24 Sep 1855
Address: St Peter and St Paul, Coleshill, Warwickshire
Place: Coleshill, Warwickshire
Name: Sarah Jane SMITH
Gender: female
Age:
Date of Birth:
Birth place: Coleshill, Warwickshire
Birth address:
Residence place:
Residence address:
Father: ? ?
Father's Occupation:
Father's residence place:
Father's residence address:
Mother: Ann SMITH
Mother's Occupation: Single Woman
Mother's residence place: Coleshill, Warwickshire
Mother's residence address:
Minister: C.P. Farrar
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Source: Baptism Coleshill, Warwickshire 24 Sep 1855 Sarah Jane SMITH, Sarah Jane Smith Bap 1855

4"Census 1861 (John Smith) Coleshill, Warwickshire RG9/2188/69/18".
Text From Source: John Smith Head 61 Coachman Warwick Coleshill
Margaret Smith Wife 57 Laundress Stafford Lichfield
Jane Smith Dau 20 Dressmaker Warwick Coleshill
Sarah Jane Smith Dau 5 Scholar Warwick Coleshill
Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1861 (John Smith) Coleshill, Warwickshire RG9/2188/69/18, Sarah Jane Smith 61

5"Census 1871 (William Shuttleworth) Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire RG10/3146/13/20".
Text From Source: William Shuttleworth Head 49 Publican Coleshill Warwickshire
Anne Shuttleworth Wife 45 Coleshill Warwickshire
Sarah J Shuttleworth Daur 15 Dressmaker Coleshill Warwickshire
Charles W Shuttleworth Son 11 Coleshill Warwickshire
Elizth Shuttleworth Daur 6 Coleshill Warwickshire
Mary A Shuttleworth Daur 3 Coleshill Warwickshire
Charles Smith Bro in Law25 Blacksmith Coleshill Warwickshire
Henry Bynes Lodger 18 Labourer Stroud Gloucestershire
Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1871 (William Shuttleworth) Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire RG10/3146/13/20, Ann Shuttleworth 71

6"Census 1881 (Sarah Jane Smith) West Dulwich Kent RG11/0626/93/14" (RG11/0626/93/14).
Text From Source: Frank BURTONSHAW Head M Male 28 Plumpton, Sussex, England Mantle Manufacturer
Augusta M. P. BURTONSHAW Wife M Female 29 London, Middlesex, England
Sarah J. SMITH Serv U Female 24 Colehill, Warwick, England Srvant Domestic
Charlotte M. DRAKE Serv U Female 16 Clare, Suffolk, England Srvant Domestic
RG11/0626/93/14. Cit. Date: 3 April 1881. Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1881 (Sarah Jane Smith) West Dulwich Kent RG11/0626/93/14, Sarah Jane Smith 81

7"Baptism Bexley Heath, Kent 12 Jul 1886 Lily May HOADLY" (247).
Text From Source: Baptisms at Christ Church, Bexley Heath, Kent
No. 247
When baptized: 12 Jul 1886 (Private)
Child's Christian Name: Lily May
Parents' Christian Names: Frederick William and Sarah Jane
Parents' Surname: HOADLY
Abode: 4 Holloway Cottages, Lion Lane, Bexley Heath, Kent
Quality, Trade or Profession: Baker
By whom the ceremony was performed: G. Graham (Vicar)
Born: 7 Nov 1885
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Source: Baptism Bexley Heath, Kent 12 Jul 1886 Lily May HOADLY, Baptism Bexley Heath, Kent 12 Jul 1886 Lily May HOADLY

8"Baptism Bexley Heath, Kent 12 Jul 1886 Grace Louise HOADLY" (248).
Text From Source: Baptisms at Christ Church, Bexley Heath, Kent
No. 248
When baptized: 12 Jul 1886 (Private)
Child's Christian Name: Grace Louise
Parents' Christian Names: Frederick William and Sarah Jane
Parents' Surname: HOADLY
Abode: 4 Holloway Cottages, Lion Lane, Bexley Heath, Kent
Quality, Trade or Profession: Baker
By whom the ceremony was performed: G. Graham (Vicar)
Born: 7 Nov 1885
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Source: Baptism Bexley Heath, Kent 12 Jul 1886 Grace Louise HOADLY, Baptism Bexley Heath, Kent 12 Jul 1886 Lily May HOADLY

9"Census 1891 (Frederick William Hoadly) Plumstead, Woolwich, London RG12/537/16/22".
Text From Source: Frederick Hoadly Head 29 Baker Kent Folkestone
Sarah Hoadly Wife 30 Warwick Coleshill
Frederick Hoadly Son 9 Kent Forest Hill
William Hoadly Son 4 Kent Bexley Heath
Leonard Hoadly Son 1 Kent Plumstead
Margaret Hamilton Visitor 15 Kent Stockwell
Fanny Bolton Servant 17 Kent Langelly
Alfred Alcock Servant 25 Bakers Assistant Norfolk Swaffam
Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1891 (Frederick William Hoadly) Plumstead, Woolwich, London RG12/537/16/22, F W Hoadly 91

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Source: Census 1891 (Frederick William Hoadly) Plumstead, Woolwich, London RG12/537/16/22, 136 Plumstead Road

10"Baptism Brixton, Surrey 16 Oct 1896 Frederick John HOADLY" (234).
Text From Source: Baptisms at St Jude, Brixton, Surrey
When baptized: 16 0Ct 1896
Child's Christian Name: John Frederick [sic]
Parents' Christian Names: Frederick William and Sarah Jane
Parents' Surname: HOADLY
Abode: 198 High Street, Peckham, Surrey, Peckham, Surrey
Quality, Trade or Profession: Baker and Confectioner
By whom the ceremony was performed: S. Stapleton Adkins
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Source: Baptism Brixton, Surrey 16 Oct 1896 Frederick John HOADLY, Frederick John Hoadly 1896

11"Census 1901 (Frederick William Hoadly) Peckham, Surrey RG13/514/30/11".
Text From Source: Frederick Hoadly Head 40 Kent Folkestone
Sarah Hoadly Wife 44 Warwick Coleshill
John Hoadly Son 18 Lond. Forest Hill
William Hoadly Son 13 Kent Bosely Heath
Leonard Hoadly Son 11 Kent Plumstead
Dorothy Hoadly Dau 8 Kent Plumstead
Eva Hoadly Dau 7 Kent Plumstead
Emma Walkeley Servant 17 Loughborough
Alice Mould Servant 22 Walthamstow Essex
Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1901 (Frederick William Hoadly) Peckham, Surrey RG13/514/30/11, Frederick William Hoadly a 01

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Source: Census 1901 (Frederick William Hoadly) Peckham, Surrey RG13/514/30/11, Frederick William Hoadly b 01

12"Census 1911 (Frederick William Hoadly) Peckham, Surrey RG14/PN2576".
Text From Source: Name: Relationship to head: Marital Status: Years married: Sex: Age in 1911: Occupation: Where born:
HOADLEY, FREDERICK HEAD MARRIED 30 M 51 BAKER AND PASTRY COOK FOLKESTONE KENT
HOADLEY, SARAH WIFE MARRIED F 55 BAKER AND PASTRY COOK COLES HILL WARWICKSHIRE
HOADLEY, WILLIAM SON SINGLE M 23 BAKER AND PASTRY COOK BOXLEY HEATH KENT
HOADLEY, LEONARD SON SINGLE M 21 BAKER AND PASTRY COOK PLUMSTEAD KENT
HOADLEY, DOROTHY DAUGHTER SINGLE F 19 BAKER AND PASTRY COOK PLUMSTEAD KENT
HOADLEY, EVA DAUGHTER SINGLE F 17 BAKER AND PASTRY COOK PLUMSTEAD KENT
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Source: Census 1911 (Frederick William Hoadly) Peckham, Surrey RG14/PN2576, F W Hoadly Snr 1911

13Romford Cemetery Burial Records.
Text From Source: Burial Records of Romford Cemetery at Upminster Crematorium (01708 222 188) [Telephone query 6/5/1999 by Graham Hoadly]
Upminster Crematorium. Tel: 01708 222 188.
14GRO, "Birth Certificate". Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: Registration District: Lambeth. 1876 BIRTH in the Sub-district of Kennington 1st in the County of Surrey
No: 274
When and where born: Thirteenth August 1876. 16 Thorne Street, Wandsworth Road.
Name if any: Margaret Hamilton
Sex: Girl
Name and surname of father:
Name, surname and maiden surname of mother: Sarah Jane Smith
Occupation of father:
Signature, description and residence of informant: S. J. Smith Mother. 18 Milton Road, Herne Hill
When registered: Seventh of September 1876
Signature of Registrar: H. Edwards. Registrar
Name entered after registration:
CERTIFIED to be a true copy of an entry in the certified copy of a Register of Births in the District above mentioned.
Given at the GENERAL REGISTER OFFICE, LONDON, under the Seal of the said Office, the 19th day of October 1993
Graham Hoadly.
15"Census 1881 (Frederick William Hoadly) Brixton, Surrey RG11/0617/24/30".
Text From Source: John HARRIS Head M Male 42 Water Lane Brixton Carpenter

Jane HARRIS Wife M Female 40 Coleshill, Warwickshire

Margerett HAMILTON Niece U Female 4 Lambeth

Frederick W. HOADLEY Friend U Male 21 Folkestone Confectioner
Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1881 (Frederick William Hoadly) Brixton, Surrey RG11/0617/24/30, F W Hoadly 81

16Public Record Office, "www.census.pro.gov.uk - 1901 Census" (Internet).
Internet. Call Number: http://www.census.pro.gov.uk (electronic).
17"Census 1911 (Frank Harwood) Islington, London RG14/PN997".
Text From Source: Name: Relationship to head: Marital Status: Years married: Sex: Age in 1911: Occupation: Where born:
HARWOOD, FRANK HEAD MARRIED M 36 BANK CLERK SURREY PARISH OF LAMBETH
HARWOOD, MARGUERITE WIFE MARRIED 12 F 34 SURREY PARISH OF LAMBETH
HARWOOD, FRANK SON M 8 MONTHS MIDDLESEX PARISH OF ISLINGTON
HARWOOD, MARJORIE DAUGHTER F 11 SURREY PARISH OF LAMBETH
HARWOOD, PYBIL DAUGHTER F 5 MIDDLESEX PARISH OF ISLINGTON
HARRIS, JANE AUNT WIDOW F 70 PRIVATE MEANS WARWICK COLSHILL

HARWOOD FRANK (RG14PN997 RG78PN33 RD10 SD7 ED27 SN155)
Address 27 ARTHUR ROAD HOLLOWAY N County London
District Islington Subdistrict Highbury
Enumeration District 27 Parish Islington
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Source: Census 1911 (Frank Harwood) Islington, London RG14/PN997, Frank Harwood 1911

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Source: Census 1911 (Frank Harwood) Islington, London RG14/PN997, 27 Arthur Road, Islington

18"Census 1939 Frinton and Walton U.D., Essex, England RG101/1512J/025/18 Letter Code:" (RG101/1512J/025/18 Letter Code:).
Text From Source: Name of person,Married name,Gender,Birthdate,Condition as to marriage,Rank, Profession or Occupation,Occupation comment,Comments
Frank E W HARWOOD,,M,9 DEC 1874,Married,Merchant Bankers clerk,Retired due to ill health,
Margaret HARWOOD,,F,13 AUG 1876,Married,Unpaid Domestic Duties,,
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Source: Census 1939 Frinton and Walton U.D., Essex, England RG101/1512J/025/18 Letter Code:, Census UK 1939 RG101/1512J/025/18 Letter Code:

19"Probate Indexes".
Principal Registry of the Family Division
Principal Probate Registry
First Avenue House
42-49 High Holborn
LONDON
WC1V 6NP

Visited by Graham Hoadly 20 June 2005.
Principal Registry Family Division, First Avenue House, 42-49 High Holborn, LONDON, WC1V 6NP. Tel: 020 7947 6946.
20May Harwood, "Information supplied by May Harwood".
Text From Source: Information supplied by May Harwood
Graham Hoadly.