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46. Joseph Edmund4 JUDD (child of Edmund, #92);[469],[470] baptized 25 Mar 1832 at St. John the Baptist (All Saints division), Croydon, Co. Surrey, England; where father was Edmund Judd, and mother was Lucy;[471],[472] married Emma Martha Balaam (see #47), daughter of Daniel Balaam and Mary Harvey, 29 Jun 1861 at St. Botolph Bishopgate, London, England; after banns, where Joseph (28) was a bachelor, a joiner by trade, Emma was 22, and witnesses were Albert Judd and Mary Frances Balaam;[473] died of "general paresis... age 50" 27 Jun 1885 at Rockwood Asylum, Portsmouth, Frontenac Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 53;[474],[475] buried after 27 Jun 1885 at Cataraqui Cemetery, Cataraqui, Frontenac Co., Ontario, Canada.[476]

In 1861, Joseph Edmund Judd lived at 41 Bishopgate St., London, England, at his marriage.[477] In 1865, Joseph Edmund Judd and Emma Martha Balaam lived at 8 Moselle Street, Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England, at the birth of daughter Augusta, where Joseph was a carpenter.[478] He and Emma Martha Balaam emigrated on 6 Jun 1870 to Québec City, Québec, Canada; where Joseph Judd (35) was a carpenter, who with Emma (30) , Emma (7), and Augusta (4) was travelling aboard SS Austrian.[479],[480],[481],[482] He and Emma Martha Balaam appeared on the census of 1871 at St. John's Ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Joseph Edmd Judd (37) was a carpenter, with Emma Martha Judd (32), Emma Jane Judd (9), and Augusta Judd (5), declared to be Baptists.[483] From 1871 to 1873, Joseph Edmund Judd and Emma Martha Balaam lived at 558 Yonge Street, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, Joseph was a carpenter and Emma a dress maker.[484] From 1874 to 1877, Joseph Edmund Judd and Emma Martha Balaam lived at 582 Yonge Street, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, (renumbered from 558) where Joseph was a carpenter and also a confectioner.[485],[486] In 1878, Joseph Edmund Judd and Emma Martha Balaam lived at 590 Yonge Street, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Joseph was a carpenter (650 Yonge today).[487] Between 1879 and 1881, Joseph Edmund Judd and Emma Martha Balaam lived at 27 Sydenham, Yorkville, York Co., Ontario, Canada, as a carpenter (in 1883 it was renamed Cumberland).[488],[489],[490] He and Emma Martha Balaam appeared on the census of 1881 at Yorkville, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Joseph Judd (46) was a carpenter, with Emma Judd (41), Emma Judd (19) a servant, Agusta Judd (15) all born England, and Bertha Judd (8), Florence Judd (4), and Albert Judd (1) born in Ontario.[491] In 1882, Joseph Edmund Judd and Emma Martha Balaam lived at 21 Davenport Rd, Yorkville, York Co., Ontario, Canada, as a carpenter.[492],[493] He was ill with general paresis from 1882 to 1884 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[494] From 1882 to 1884, Joseph Edmund Judd and Emma Martha Balaam lived at 49 Hayden St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; Joseph was employed by H. A. Schomberg & Co. at the same address.[495] Between 9 Jul 1884 and Jun 1885, Joseph Edmund Judd lived at Rockwood Asylum, Portsmouth, Frontenac Co., Ontario, Canada, where Joseph was judged insane and diagnosed with general paresis.[496] It was later said that Joseph was a sailor, and died at sea. His true history was not re-discovered until more than a century after his death.[497]

Children of Joseph Edmund4 Judd and Emma Martha Balaam (see #47) were as follows:

  • i. Emma Jane3 Judd; born 28 Apr 1862 at England;[498],[499] married John Henry Trevatt 5 Jan 1891 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where John Trevatt (35) was a clerk, batchelor and Anglican, son of John and Mary Trevitt, and Emma Jane Judd (29) was Baptist. Ceremony performed by Alex Williams, wittnessed by A. and A. M. Williams;[500] died 28 Aug 1957 at Orange Co., California, United States of America, at age 95.[501],[502]

    She and John Henry Trevatt emigrated circa 1895 to United States of America.[503],[504] In 1895, Emma Jane Judd and John Henry Trevatt lived at 22 East Ave, Rochester, Monroe Co., New York, United States of America, where John was a bookkeeper, now surnamed Felat.[505] In 1897, Emma Jane Judd and John Henry Trevatt lived at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, United States of America, as bookkeeper at 507 E Pearl (cigar tool maker DuBrul & Peters Manufacturing Co.), surnamed Felat.[506] In 1898, Emma Jane Judd and John Henry Trevatt lived at 908 Enright Av, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, United States of America, surnamed Felat, as bookkeeper working at 507 E. Pearl.[507] In 1899, Emma Jane Judd and John Henry Trevatt lived at 935 Enright Av, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, United States of America, where John was a bookkeeper.[508] She and John Henry Trevatt appeared on the census of 1900 at 971 McPherson Av, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, United States of America; where John Felah [sic] (45) was a bookkeeper, b. Feb 1855, England, with Emma (38) b Apr 1862 in England, and Mabel (13) b. Sep 1886 in Canada present.[509] In 1900, Emma Jane Judd and John Henry Trevatt lived at 971 McPherson Av, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, United States of America, as a bookkeeper surnamed Felat.[510] In 1902, Emma Jane Judd and John Henry Trevatt lived at 638 10th, Huntington, West Virginia, United States of America, as bookkeeper, surnamed Felat.[511] In 1905, Emma Jane Judd and John Henry Trevatt lived at 1106 Washington Ave, Huntington, West Virginia, United States of America, where John was a bookeeper, with Mabel Felat stenographer also living there.[512] In 1906, Emma Jane Judd and John Henry Trevatt lived at 2516 Chatham, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, United States of America, where John was a secretary at the William A Stone Coat Co., also living with Mabel Felat the stenographer.[513] Between 1907 and 1909, Emma Jane Judd and John Henry Trevatt lived at Flat 5, 2339 Kemper Lane, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, United States of America, where John was a bookkeeper.[514] In 1909, Emma Jane Judd and John Henry Trevatt lived at 4116 Carter, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, United States of America, as bookkeeper, with Emma named also.[515] She and John Henry Trevatt appeared on the census of 1910 at 2517 Gilbert Ave, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, United States of America; where John H Felat (53) was a bookkeeper at the bottling works, married 25 years to Emma (48) and both born in England, also with Frederick (8) born West Virginia. They declared having 2 living children.[516] Between 1910 and 1911, Emma Jane Judd and John Henry Trevatt lived at 2517 Gilbert Ave, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, United States of America, as bookkeeper.[517] In Oct 1911, Emma Jane Judd and John Henry Trevatt lived at 72 Jones Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at the home of Emma's sister and Florence Connor, where for two weeks John refused to eat, and soon died.[518] In 1912, Emma Jane Judd lived at 2236 Kemper Lane, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, United States of America.[519],[520] On 14 Jan 1916, Emma Jane Judd lived at 1621 Burlington Ave, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California, United States of America.[521] She and Frederick Homer Felat appeared on the census of 1920 at 1938 Lovelace Av, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California, United States of America; where Emma Felat (57) was a widow, b. England, naturalized in US in 1900, with Mabel Felat (29) a stenographer b. Canada, Frederick Felat (17) an electrician b. Virginia, and Jack Brooks (9) b. Ohio present.[522] In 1921, Emma Jane Judd and Frederick Homer Felat lived at 208 E 16th Street, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California, United States of America, where Fred had registered an 1916 Oakland automobile.[523] In 1925, Emma Jane Judd and Frederick Homer Felat lived at 217 Strand St, Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co., California, United States of America, (widow of John), with Frederick, a salesman at the Santa Monica Hardwood Floor company.[524] She and Frederick Homer Felat appeared on the census of 1930 at 2325 Ridgeley Dr, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California, United States of America; where Emma Felat (68) was a widow, and Frederick (28) a film studio developer was present.[525] In 1934, Emma Jane Judd and Frederick Homer Felat lived at 2325 Ridgeley Dr, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California, United States of America, (wid John), with Frederick a studio worker.[526] She and Frederick Homer Felat appeared on the census of 1940 at 2325 Ridgeley Dr, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California, United States of America; where Emma Felat (68 sic) was a widow, and Frederick (38) worked at the Bureau of Power and Light.[527] She lived in 1955 at California, United States of America.[528]

  • 23. ii. Augusta Alice Judd.

  • iii. Bertha Louise Judd; born 29 May 1874 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada;[499],[529],[530] married William John McCormack 30 Jul 1891 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where McCormack was a cabinet maker, and Presbyterian;[531] died 24 Apr 1955 at St. Petersburg, Florida, United States of America, at age 80.[532],[533]

    She appeared on the census of 1891 at Andrew Mercer Reformatory for Women, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Bertha (19) was a domestic.[534] In 1893, Bertha Louise Judd and William John McCormack lived at 472 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where William is a cabinet maker and dealer in antique furniture.[535] In 1894, Bertha Louise Judd and William John McCormack lived at 575 Yonge St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Wm was a dealer in second hand goods.[536] In 1895, Bertha Louise Judd and William John McCormack lived at 51 Woolsley, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Wm was a cabinet maker.[537] In 1896, Bertha Louise Judd and William John McCormack lived at 457 Queen St. West, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[538] Between 1897 and 1899, Bertha Louise Judd and William John McCormack lived at 343 Spadina Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where William was a cabinet maker, and dealer in second hand goods.[539],[540] Between 1900 and 1905, Bertha Louise Judd and William John McCormack lived at 265 Yonge St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Wm sold antique furniture, and was a furniture dealer.[541],[542] She and William John McCormack appeared on the census of 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where William (37) was a merchant and Presbyterian, and Bertha (27), Olive (7), William (3), Thomas H (42) a salesman and the elder WIlliam's brother, were present.[543] In 1907, Bertha Louise Judd and William John McCormack lived at 336 Yonge St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, selling furniture and living at same address.[544] In 1910, Bertha Louise Judd and William John McCormack lived at 46 Wood St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, selling antiques, living at same location.[545] In 1912, Bertha Louise Judd and William John McCormack lived at 697 Yonge St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, selling antique furniture, living at same location.[546]

  • iv. Florence Isobella Judd; born 14 Jan 1877 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada;[547],[548],[499] married James A Connor 27 May 1903 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where James was a boiler maker;[549] died 27 Feb 1973 at Toronto East General Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, at age 96.[501],[550]

    Between 1896 and 1899, Florence Isobella Judd lived at 259 Queen St. E., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, as a knitter at Universal KM Company.[551] In 1903, Florence Isobella Judd lived at 23 Regent, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, as a seamstress.[552] Between 1909 and 1914, Florence Isobella Judd and James A Connor lived at 72 Jones Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[553] She and James A Connor appeared on the census of 1911 at 72 Jones Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where James (33) an engineer employed on a steam boat, Florence (33), Albert (5), Harvey (3), Ernest (11 mo.), Benjamin (52) James' father, and Emma Judd (72) Florence's mother, were present.[554] Between 1915 and 1917, Florence Isobella Judd and James A Connor lived at 82 Jones Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[555] She lived in 1955 at Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[533]

  • v. Albert Edmund Judd; born 9 Oct 1879 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada;[547],[556],[499] married Elizabeth Glory Beatty 20 Jul 1899 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; and both were Methodist;[557] died of pneumonia after suffering for one week 27 Dec 1902 at 29 Blevins, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 23.[558]

    Albert lived with his mother Emma in several different addresses, working as a "tinner" or can maker. He worked for F. X. Boehler and the Toronto Can Company from 1893 to 1901.[187] In 1900, Albert Edmund Judd and Elizabeth Glory Beatty lived at 39 Oak, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[559] In 1901, Albert Edmund Judd and Elizabeth Glory Beatty lived at 113 Peter St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[560] He and Elizabeth Glory Beatty appeared on the census of 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Albert (21)was a tinsmith and Lizzie (20) was present. Both were Methodist.[561] In 1902, Albert Edmund Judd and Elizabeth Glory Beatty lived at 32 & 29 Blevins Place, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, as a tinsmith with Macdonald Manufacturing.[562] No children were born to Albert and Elizabeth.[563]

47. Emma Martha4 BALAAM (child of Daniel, #94);[564],[565] born 11 May 1839 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[566],[567],[568] baptized 11 Aug 1839 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[569],[568] married Joseph Edmund Judd (see #46), son of Edmund Judd and Lucy Sellmon, 29 Jun 1861 at St. Botolph Bishopgate, London, England; after banns, where Joseph (28) was a bachelor, a joiner by trade, Emma was 22, and witnesses were Albert Judd and Mary Frances Balaam;[473] died 18 Mar 1918 at 489 Marion St. W, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 78;[570] buried at St. James Cemetery, lot 155 section T, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[571]

She and Mary Harvey appeared on the census of 1861 at Marsh Lane, Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Mary (49) was a widow, and a Proprietor Of Houses, b. Ardleigh Essex, daughter Emma (21), b. Tottenham Middlesex, were present.[572] In 1865, Emma Martha Balaam and Joseph Edmund Judd lived at 8 Moselle Street, Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England, at the birth of daughter Augusta, where Joseph was a carpenter.[478] She and Joseph Edmund Judd emigrated on 6 Jun 1870 to Québec City, Québec, Canada; where Joseph Judd (35) was a carpenter, who with Emma (30) , Emma (7), and Augusta (4) was travelling aboard SS Austrian.[479],[480],[481],[482] She and Joseph Edmund Judd appeared on the census of 1871 at St. John's Ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Joseph Edmd Judd (37) was a carpenter, with Emma Martha Judd (32), Emma Jane Judd (9), and Augusta Judd (5), declared to be Baptists.[483] From 1871 to 1873, Emma Martha Balaam and Joseph Edmund Judd lived at 558 Yonge Street, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, Joseph was a carpenter and Emma a dress maker.[484] From 1874 to 1877, Emma Martha Balaam and Joseph Edmund Judd lived at 582 Yonge Street, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, (renumbered from 558) where Joseph was a carpenter and also a confectioner.[485],[486] In 1878, Emma Martha Balaam and Joseph Edmund Judd lived at 590 Yonge Street, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Joseph was a carpenter (650 Yonge today).[487] Between 1879 and 1881, Emma Martha Balaam and Joseph Edmund Judd lived at 27 Sydenham, Yorkville, York Co., Ontario, Canada, as a carpenter (in 1883 it was renamed Cumberland).[488],[489],[490] She and Joseph Edmund Judd appeared on the census of 1881 at Yorkville, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Joseph Judd (46) was a carpenter, with Emma Judd (41), Emma Judd (19) a servant, Agusta Judd (15) all born England, and Bertha Judd (8), Florence Judd (4), and Albert Judd (1) born in Ontario.[491] In 1882, Emma Martha Balaam and Joseph Edmund Judd lived at 21 Davenport Rd, Yorkville, York Co., Ontario, Canada, as a carpenter.[492],[493] From 1882 to 1884, Emma Martha Balaam and Joseph Edmund Judd lived at 49 Hayden St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; Joseph was employed by H. A. Schomberg & Co. at the same address.[495] Emma was separated from Joseph when he suffered from insanity and was removed to Rockwood Asylum in July 1884. Joseph died in 1885. In 1885, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 87 Scollard, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, and may also have boarded at 14 Bishop.[573] In 1886, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 89 Scollard, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[574] In 1887, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 26 Denison, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[575] In 1888, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 23 Huron, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[576] She appeared on the census of 1891 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Emma Judd (51) was a seamstress, and widow, Florence (14) worked in a knitting factory, and Albert (11) was a cash and dry goods boy.[577] In 1891, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 38 Adelaid St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[578] In 1893, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 410 Delaware Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[579] In 1894, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 22 Gwynne, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[580] In 1895, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 255 Wilton Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where she was a carpet sewer for R. Powell.[581] Between 1896 and 1897, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 259 Queen St. E, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with Albert and Florence.[582] Between 1898 and 1899, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 33 River, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with son Albert, in the home of daughter Augusta Marchment.[583] In 1900, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 610 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[584] She appeared on the census of 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Emma (61) and Florence (33) a seamstress were present, both Baptist.[585] Between 1904 and 1907, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 1075 Queen St. W., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with her daughter Gussie and Sam Marchment.[586] In 1908, Emma Martha Balaam probably lived at 489 Marion St. W, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, with daughter Gussie and Sam Marchment.[587] Between 1909 and 1911, Emma Martha Balaam probably lived at 72 Jones Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with daughter Florence and James Connor.[588] She appeared on the census of 1911 at 72 Jones Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Emma Judd (72), lived with Florence (33), and her family: James Connor (33) an engineer employed on a steam boat, Albert (5), Harvey (3), Ernest (11 mo.), and Benjamin Connor (52) James' father.[589] She lived between 1912 and 1918 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; with either daughter Gussie at 489 Marion, or Florence at 72 Jones.[590] Funeral held at 489 Marion St. West on 21 Mar 1918.[591]



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    84. Samuel5 WILSON (child of Henry, #168); a likely candidate to be John Wilson's father;[592] born 1813;[593] died Dec 1863;[594] buried 16 Dec 1863 at Macknagh, Maghera Parish, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland, internal complaint, age 50.[595]

    He and Henry Wilson lived in Jul 1828 at Ballymacilcurr, Maghera Parish, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland.[596] He and John Wilson lived on 2 Mar 1859 at Ballymacilcurr, Maghera Parish, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland; on areas nos. 11 and 17.[285]

    Children of Samuel5 Wilson and an unknown spouse were:



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    86. David5 HUSTON; the only Huston in Ballymacilcurr circa Margaret Huston's birth lived in Jul 1828 at Ballymacilcurr, Maghera Parish, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland.[597]

    Children of David5 Huston and an unknown spouse were:



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    88. Thomas5 MARCHMENT (child of Samuel, #176);[598],[599] born between 1781 and 1791 at Charlton, Co. Wiltshire, England;[600],[601],[602] baptized 12 Jul 1789 at Charlton (near Pewsey), Co. Wiltshire, England;[603],[604] he likely married Ann Skinner (see #89) 25 Aug 1810 at St. Mary's, Ealing, Co. Middlesex, England; where Thomas (batchelor) and Ann Skinner (spinster) were of the parish, in the presence of Ann Marchment and Charles Atlee;[605],[606],[607] died circa 1862 at Co. Middlesex, England;[608] buried 13 May 1862 at St. Mary's North End, Fulham, Co. Middlesex, England, "aged 74."[608]

    He lived in 1810 at St. Mary's Parish, Ealing, Co. Middlesex, England.[609] He and Ann Skinner lived from 1815 to 1851 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; for the baptisms of their first six children, and through to their last census return, where Thomas was a labourer.[610] He and Ann Skinner appeared on the census of 1841 at Brookgreen Place, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where Thomas (~55) was a labourer. Ann (~50), Eliza (26), William (24), Ellen (14), Elizabeth (13), Thomas Jr. (10) and two roomers, Louisa Datton (50), and ? Datton (20) were present. Thomas and Ann were not born in Middlesex.[611],[612] He was a labourer in 1844.[613] He was a gardener in 1849 at Caroline Place, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England.[614] He and Ann Skinner appeared on the census of 1851 at 22 Caroline Place, St. Paul, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where Thomas (70) a labourer born Chiseldon, Co. Wiltshire, Ann (60) born Co. Worcestershire, Eliza (35) a charwoman born in Hammersmith and described as 'deaf and dumb', and their granddaughter Sarah Ann (3) were present.[615],[616]

    Children of Thomas5 Marchment and Ann Skinner (see #89) were as follows:

    • i. William4 Marchment;[617],[617] baptized 25 Mar 1812 at St. Mary's Parish, Ealing, Co. Middlesex, England.[618]

      Little is known of William. He appeared in 1841 census, but is confirmed in nothing later.[619],[620]

    • ii. Eliza Marchment;[621],[621] baptized 20 Aug 1815 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England.[622],[623]

      Eliza may have been mentally or physically impaired. She was described as 'deaf and dumb' in the 1851 census.[624] Little is known of Eliza. She appeared with her parents at the 1841 and 1851 census, but no convincing records of her further exploits or fate exist. She may have died in 1858.[625],[626]

    • iii. Samuel William Jasper Marchment;[627],[627] born circa 1816 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[628] died May 1819 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[629] buried 16 May 1819 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England, by John Leggett, "aged 2 years."[630]

    • iv. John Marchment;[631],[631] born 4 Sep 1817;[632] christened 2 Aug 1818 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; by Rev. John Leggett;[622],[633] died Sep 1819 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[634] buried 22 Sep 1819 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England, by Rev. John Leggett, "aged 21 months."[635]

    • v. Emma Marchment;[631],[631] christened 12 Mar 1820 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; by Rev. John Leggett;[622],[636] died Apr 1822 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England, at age 2;[637] buried 14 Apr 1822 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England, by F. T. Atwood, "aged 2 yrs."[638]

    • 44. vi. Samuel Jasper Marchment.

    • vii. Ann Marchment;[639],[639] christened 17 Apr 1825 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; by Rev. Wm. Browne;[622],[640] died Jun 1826 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England, at age 1;[641] buried 11 Jun 1826 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England, by George Chisholm, "aged 15 months."[642]

    • viii. Eleanor Marchment;[643],[643] born 1828 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[644],[645] baptized 10 Feb 1828 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[646] married John Baker 1845 at Kensington, Co. Middlesex, England;[647] died "aged 60" 1887 at Fulham, London, England.[648]

      As of 1841, she was also known as Ellen MARCHMENT at census.[649] She and John Baker appeared on the census of 1851 at Wood Lane, Shepherd's Bush, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where John Baker (25) was a coachman for George Bridge at Wood House, in a seperate dwelling with Eleanor (24), George (5), Elizabeth (4), and John (1).[650] She and John Baker appeared on the census of 1861 at 5 Wood Lane, The Lodge, Shepherd's Bush, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where John Baker (34) was a coachman to George Bridge, with Eleanor Baker (33), Elizabeth Baker (14) a dressmaker, Eleanor Baker (7), Thomas Baker (5), Annie M Baker (3), Charles Baker (1), and Joseph R Baker (1 mo) present.[651] She and John Baker appeared on the census of 1871 at Wood House Lodge, Shepherd's Bush, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where John Baker (45) was coachman to George Bridge, with Eleanor Baker (44), Elizabeth Baker (24) a dressmaker, Annie M Baker (12), Charles Baker (11), and Joseph W Baker (10) present.[652] She appeared on the census of 1881 at 18 High St., Lambeth, London, Co. Surrey, England; where Eleanor Baker (54) was a widow, and annuitant, with Annie M. Baker (23) a head school mistress present.[653]

    • ix. Elizabeth Marchment;[654],[655],[654],[655] born 1828 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[656],[644],[645] baptized 10 Feb 1828 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[657] married Alfred Taylor 13 Aug 1849 at St Luke's, Chelsea, London, Co. Middlesex, England; after publication of banns, by Henry Murray, where Alfred was a policeman, son of Moses Taylor, and Elizabeth was daughter of Thomas Marchment, witnessed by William Norman Morris, and M. Abosier;[658] died "aged 83" 1911 at Fulham, London, England.[659]

      She and Alfred Taylor lived in 1849 at Caroline Place, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; at the time of their marriage.[658] She and Alfred Taylor appeared on the census of 1861 at 5 Francis Place, Westminster, London, England; where Alfred Taylor (33) was a police constable, wife Elizabeth Taylor (33) was a dressmaker, with George F R Taylor (10), Thos Willm Taylor (8), Harry Taylor (4), and Alfred Ernest Taylor (1) present, with several lodgers.[660] She and Alfred Taylor appeared on the census of 1871 at 5 Francis Place, Westminster, London, England; where Alf Taylor (43) was a poilceman, with Elizth (43), Henry (14), Alice M. (8), Owen J. (6), and Lillian L. (11 mos) also present.[661] She and Alfred Taylor appeared on the census of 1881 at 8 Green Coal Row, Westminster, London, England; where Alfred Taylor (53) was a pensioned policeman, with Elizabeth Taylor (53), Alice Maud Mary Taylor (18), and Lillia Louisa Taylor (10) present.[662] She and Alfred Taylor appeared on the census of 1891 at 41 Barclay Rd., Fulham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Alfred Taylor (63) worked at museum, with Elizabeth Taylor (63), Alfred Ernest Taylor (31) a book binder, Alice M M Taylor (28), Lillia L Knaack (20) was married, her son Thomas H Knaack (20 mo) were present.[663] She and Alfred Taylor appeared on the census of 1901 at 488 Fulham Rd., Fulham, London, England; where Alfred Taylor (73) was a police pensioner, with Elizabeth Taylor (73), Alice M M Taylor (38) a toy shop keeper, Lillia L Knaack (30) divorced, and grandson Thomas H A Knaack (11) present.[664]

    • x. Thomas Marchment;[665],[665] baptized 1830 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[666] married Sarah Ann Eakett 19 Oct 1846 at St John, Hoxton, Hackney, Co. Middlesex, England; after banns, by Thomas Ward, where Thomas was a seaman, son of Thomas, and Sarah was daughter of John Eakett. Witnesses were Jane Fury and William Ballard;[667] died "aged 76" 12 Jan 1909 at 88 Elmsleigh road, East Hill, Wandsworth, Co. Surrey, England;[668],[669] his estate was probated 10 Feb 1909 at London, England; £1224 to Elizabeth Ann Marchment of 88 Elmsleigh Rd, Wandsworth, Surrey.[670],[671]

      He and Sarah Ann Eakett appeared on the census of 1851 at 9 Jasmine Place, Fulham Road, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where Thomas Marchment (21) was a labourer, with Sarah Ann (24), Eliza Ann (4), and Alfred Fred (2), sharing a home with William Tims (59) a gardener, and his family.[672] He and Sarah Ann Eakett appeared on the census of 1861 at 23 Somerset Place, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where Thomas Marchment (31) was a labourer, with Sarah A Marchment (38), Eliza Marchment (14), Alfred F Marchment (12), Jane Marchment (9), Ellen Marchment (6), and Thomas R Marchment (9 mos).[673] He and Sarah Ann Eakett Sarah Ann left Thomas between 1864 and 1865.[674],[675],[676] He and Mary Ann May were associated in 1865.[677],[678] He and Mary Ann May appeared on the census of 1871 at 6 Jasmine Place, Fulham Road, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where Thomas Marchment (41) was a broker, wife Mary Marchment (36), Fred Marchment (22) a barman, Thomas Marchment (11), George Marchment (7), William Marchment (4), Edward Marchment (3), and Henry Marchment (1) were present.[679] He and Mary Ann May appeared on the census of 1881 at 27 Caroline Place, Fulham Road, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where Thomas Marchmant (50) was a broker, with Mary Marchmant (45) born Asford, Middlesex, William Marchmant (15) a porter, Edward Marchmant (13), Henry Marchmant (10), Ann Marchmant (6), Charles Marchmant (4).[680] He and Mary Ann May appeared on the census of 1891 at 52 Fulham Place road, Hammersmith, London, England; where Thomas (60) was a furniture dealer, with Mary May (54) described as a domestic servant and house keeper, Harry (26) was a furniture porter, and Annie (17) present.[681] He appeared on the census of 1901 at 52 Fulham Place road, Hammersmith, London, England; where Thomas Marchment (71) was a widowed furniture dealer, Henry Marchment (28) was an undertaker, and Elizabeth Marchment (26) was at home.[682]

    89. Ann5 SKINNER; born circa 1791 at Co. Worcestershire, England;[683],[684] she likely married Thomas Marchment (see #88), son of Samuel Marchment and Ann (--?--), 25 Aug 1810 at St. Mary's, Ealing, Co. Middlesex, England; where Thomas (batchelor) and Ann Skinner (spinster) were of the parish, in the presence of Ann Marchment and Charles Atlee;[605],[606],[607] died (Dec quarter) 1868 at Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[685]

    She lived in 1810 at St. Mary's Parish, Ealing, Co. Middlesex, England.[686] She and Thomas Marchment lived from 1815 to 1851 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; for the baptisms of their first six children, and through to their last census return, where Thomas was a labourer.[610] She and Thomas Marchment appeared on the census of 1841 at Brookgreen Place, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where Thomas (~55) was a labourer. Ann (~50), Eliza (26), William (24), Ellen (14), Elizabeth (13), Thomas Jr. (10) and two roomers, Louisa Datton (50), and ? Datton (20) were present. Thomas and Ann were not born in Middlesex.[611],[612] She and Thomas Marchment appeared on the census of 1851 at 22 Caroline Place, St. Paul, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where Thomas (70) a labourer born Chiseldon, Co. Wiltshire, Ann (60) born Co. Worcestershire, Eliza (35) a charwoman born in Hammersmith and described as 'deaf and dumb', and their granddaughter Sarah Ann (3) were present.[615],[616]



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      90. James Thomas5 COPELAND; born circa 1795 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[687],[688] married Sarah Wood (see #91) 15 Oct 1820 at All Saints Church, Isleworth, Co. Middlesex, England; where James (batchelor) and Sarah (spinster) were of Isleworth parish, married by banns by Curate John Mitchel in the presence of John and Sarah Ann Wood;[689],[690] died "aged 80" 1873 at Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[691]

      He and Sarah Wood appeared on the census of 1841 at Gibbs Green, Fulham, Co. Middlesex, England; where James (~40) was a carter, Mary [sic] (~40), and Mary (15) all b. Middlesex.[692] He was a labourer in 1844.[693] He and Sarah Wood appeared on the census of 1851 at Warwick Rd., Brompton, Kensington, Co. Middlesex, England; where James (56) was a labourer, b. Hammersmith, Middlesex, and Sarah (56) with sister Mary Wood (64) both b. Stanmore, Middlesex.[694] He and Sarah Wood appeared on the census of 1861 at 1 Pembrook Rd W, Stable, Brompton, Kensington, Co. Middlesex, England; where James (64) was a labourer b. Hammersmith, Middlesex, and Sarah (64) was a laundress b. Stanmore, Middlesex; living in the stables of the Kensington Arms public house, corner of Warwick Rd.[695] He appeared on the census of 1871 at Ashley Cottages, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where James Copeland (77) boardered with daughter Mary (45), and Samuel Marchment (48) a coal porter, and their children Mary A (45), George (19) also a coal porter, James (15), Emma (13), Sarah (4).[696]

      Children of James Thomas5 Copeland and Sarah Wood (see #91) were:

      91. Sarah5 WOOD; born circa 1796 at Stanmore, Co. Middlesex, England;[697],[698] married James Thomas Copeland (see #90) 15 Oct 1820 at All Saints Church, Isleworth, Co. Middlesex, England; where James (batchelor) and Sarah (spinster) were of Isleworth parish, married by banns by Curate John Mitchel in the presence of John and Sarah Ann Wood;[689],[690] died "aged 79" 1870 at Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[699]

      She and James Thomas Copeland appeared on the census of 1841 at Gibbs Green, Fulham, Co. Middlesex, England; where James (~40) was a carter, Mary [sic] (~40), and Mary (15) all b. Middlesex.[692] She and James Thomas Copeland appeared on the census of 1851 at Warwick Rd., Brompton, Kensington, Co. Middlesex, England; where James (56) was a labourer, b. Hammersmith, Middlesex, and Sarah (56) with sister Mary Wood (64) both b. Stanmore, Middlesex.[694] She and James Thomas Copeland appeared on the census of 1861 at 1 Pembrook Rd W, Stable, Brompton, Kensington, Co. Middlesex, England; where James (64) was a labourer b. Hammersmith, Middlesex, and Sarah (64) was a laundress b. Stanmore, Middlesex; living in the stables of the Kensington Arms public house, corner of Warwick Rd.[695]


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