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282
Charles Hudson 1880 st.pancras..
On 1901 census Charles is working as a HORSEKEEPER GROOM living with Kate Amelia who is working as METAL WORKER at 76 Kingsdown Rd, Islington,London in the parish of St.John

Charles and Kate emigrated to Calgary, Alberta in 1907 where Charles worked as a labourer on the railroad for 27.5 cents an hour.

On 1911 Canadian census Charles & Kate Amelia are living in Block 12, Sub Dis no 50 Calgary, province of Alberta with Charles Arthur 7, Richard Henry 5, Frederick George 3, Ivymay 2 and Bertram William 6 months.

He served in the 14th Battalion of the Canadian Infantry (Quebec Regiment) and was killed on 11 June 1916
His Service Number: 447088
Commemorated on page 106 of the FIRST WORLD WAR BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE
Burial information
Cemetery
LIJSSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY
BELGIUM
Grave Ref: VII.C.24A
Location: The cemetery is located 12 kilometres from Leper Town on the Boescheepseweg.



 
Hudson, Charles (I0581)
 
283
George waite 1811 binfield berks
On 1851 census he is a BAKER living with wife Jane and a John Cummers (15) Elisabeth Kimp (16) and John Todd (17) in Square, Old Meldrum, Aberdeenshire
On 1861 census he is a BAKER living with Jane and George Cummings (7) Charlotte Gammie (17) Jannet George (25) and George Gordon (14) at same address
On 1841 census George is a AGRICULTURAL LABOURER living with Theresa and children at Reading place Warfield
On 1851 census George is a LAWYER living with Theresa and children in Warfield
On 1861 census George is a LAND LAWYER living with Theresa and children in High Rd, WarfieldOn 1841 census George is a AGRICULTURAL LABOURER living with Theresa and children at Reading place Warfield
On 1851 census George is a LAWYER living with Theresa and children in Warfield
On 1861 census George is a LAND LAWYER living with Theresa and children in High Rd, Warfield
 
Waite, George (I1006)
 
284 I only saw the Pallots marriage record which just showed Jane Catherine Barron married John Hood in 1831 at St Marylebone Holy Trinity. A contact of mine did see the original marriage record which indicated that Ann Barron was a witness. No mention of father, but then he was 79 and perhaps not up to the trip to London. The actual marriage date was 7 Nov 1831.

Details kindly provided by John Hood a descendant of Jane 
Barron, Jane Catherine (I2329)
 
285 Ib 1871 census James Wilkins an AG LAB is living with wife Eliza and 6 Children in Leighs Green, Corsley

On 1881 census James an AG LAB is living with wife Eliza and Hannah and frederick in Leights Green, Corsley

On 1891 census James a MARKET GARDENER is living with wife Eliza and Frederick a BLACKSMITH in Cross Keys, Leighs Green, Corsley.
Also there is a neighbour William Wilkins aged 73 a MARKET GARDENER. 
Family F789
 
286 James Barron enlisted in the Royal Artillery at Woolwich Arsenal in London on 22nd May 1773 aged 21 years.
From 1773 until 1776 he served as a Gunner at Woolwich Arsenal
Service in American War of Independence
In 1776 he served as Gunner in Halifax New York
In 1777 he served as a Bombadier in Rhode Island New York
in 1780 he served as a Bombadier in South Carolina
in 1782 he served as a Bombadier in North Carolina, Virginia and taken prisoner at Yorktown
in 1785 he served as a Bombadier in Plymouth Dock, UK

in 1787 until 1789 he served as a Corporal in Gibralter
in 1793 he served as a Sargeantl in St Kitts
In 1796 he served as a Sargeant in Martinique
in 1800 he served as a Sargeant in St Kitts
in 1801 he served as a Corporal posted to Woolwich - Supernumerary at Landguard Fort
in 1802 until 1803 served as Corporal in Woolwich
in 1803 until 1812 he served as a Corporal at Landguard Fort, Suffolk
in 1813 a detachment sent to Heliogoland
in 1815 - 1835 served as Master Gunner at Landguard Fort, Suffolk
 
Barron, James (I0534)
 
287 Joined up as a soldier in 1897 No.5323 Duke of Edinburgh Wiltshire Regiment on 15 Oct 1897..Served in South Africa from 23 Jan 1900 to 16 June 1902 discharged 16 Aug 1902

NB he deserted in 26 Feb 1901 but rejoined in 14 Nov 1901

sentenced for fraudelent reenlistment to 37 days ...28 days Remit and 9 days sentence. 
McCarthy, John (I2833)
 
288 Keevil family ancestors ? part
Sarah Annie Pope married Joseph Keevil. (My mother, who is still alive, is the youngest and last remaining of their children)
Sarah Annie Pope (known as Annie by my mother) had a sister Amy and brothers Charley and John
Sarah Annie?s sister Amy married Joseph Keevil?s brother known as Bill. (They had no children who lived long)
Sarah Annie?s father was named Charles. He wed Sarah Chancellor who lived at The Fox, Midford nr Hinton Charterhouse. Charles had a brother Bill and 2 sisters (that my mother knew of), one called Fanny and another not recalled who lived at Southwick Wilts.

Notes kindly emailed by James Keevil in July 2011
Thanks James I will research your ancestors and add them to the BE Tree, thank you for allowing this. 
Pope, Sarah Anne (I2425)
 
289 Marriage Records found in Family Search.Org (Mormon Records)

Charles Bailey to Mary Fricker
23 July 1822
Corsley Wiltshire
Index M15878-1
Film 1279446

Charles Bayley to Mary Fricker
23 July 1822
Corsley, Wiltshire
Index 103620-4
Film 1279386

 
Family F717
 
290 NB Possible first child for Elizabeth and William
Joseph Piggott christened 31 October 1811 in Holborn, Middlesex
found information in Non Confirmist record indexes 
Family F550
 
291 Note received from Angela White (Street descendant)

Albert Edward Searles born 1881 in Enfield, son of Walter and Eliza Searles was killed in an accident on 4th August 1886 aged 5 years. He was run over.

Thank you Angie for kindly supplying this information
reference email ..dated 13th Aug 2013

 
Searles, Albert (I2980)
 
292 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F801
 
293 On 1871 to 1901 censuses Mark Love was a boarder living in Bedwelty, Monmouthshire, Wales where he worked as a CHARGER STEEL WORKS, BRICKLAYER LAB, LABOURER AND CONTRACTOR
NB on 1881 census Mark is boarding with Robert and Charlotte Long and their family and his cousin John Henry Love. 
Love, Mark (I0702)
 
294 On 1901 census Frederick a MARKET GARDNER AND BLACKSMITH with wife Susanna are living with children Minnie and Mabel in Dartford, Corsley

On 1911 census Frederick a BLACKSMITH and wife Susanna with their 6 children are living in Warminster Rd, Standerwick near Frome. 
Family F788
 
295 On the births of the children the addresses on records for William, Henry, Thomas, Charles and Elizabeth are
12 Mansfield St/Mews and Father William is either a servant or a coachmen
For John and Frances the address given is just St Marylebone and Father William is a Servant
For Elizabeth Ann the address is
Red Lion Square, Eagle Street and Father William is a servant
For James the address
is Little Guildford Street and Father William is a servant
After a lot of research the most likely marriage to an Elizabeth is the marriage in St Brides, Fleet to Elizabeth Ann Harrison, NB: St Brides is a short distance from St Andrews Holborn where Elizabeth and James were baptised.



 
Family F550
 
296 Records found on Ancestry regarding HENRY JOHN BOX son of WILLIAM BOX AND ANN BUTLER


EMIGRATED TO AUSTRALIA IN 1883
Name: Hy Box
Age: 38
Birth Year: abt 1845
Ship Name: Duke of Buccleuch
Port of Departure: Plymouth, England
Port of Arrival: Cooktown
Arrival Date: 11 Apr 1883

DEATH IN AUSTRALIA
Death Index, 1787-1985 about Henry John Box
Name: Henry John Box
Death Date: 15 May 1928
Death Place: Queensland
Father's Name: William Box
Mother's name: Ann Butler
Registration Year: 1928
Registration Place: Queensland
Registration Number: B004532
Page Number: 167

CHRISTENING IN MELKSHAM WILTSHIRE
Name: Henry John Box
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 26 Oct 1845
Christening Place: Melksham, Wiltshire, England
Father's Name: William Box
Mother's name: Ann

MOTHER ANN BUTLER
Name: Ann Butler
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 26 Dec 1824
Christening Place: Melksham, Wiltshire, England
Father's Name: John Butler
Mother's name: Rebecca 
Box, Henry John (I1340)
 
297 St Faiths under St Paul was an Old Parish and a short distance from St Andrews Holborn.
Found in Genuki the following information
ST FAITH UNDER ST PAUL
Destroyed 1666 and not rebuilt
United to St Augustine Watling Street 1670, St Mary le Bow 1954
PR's in GL: baptisms 1645-1900, marriages 1690-1837, burials 1645-1853
For later baptisms from 1909, marriages from 1837, banns from 1754, see St Augustine Watling Street.
Partial index to baptisms and marriages 1645-1875 on IGI  
Harrison, Elizabeth Ann (I2243)
 
298 William Piggott married Susanna (nee Barron) Preece the widow of George Preece and became stepfather to James Barron Preece born 1832 Landguard Fort, Suffolk

 
Piggott, William (I0427)
 

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