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Descendants of Samuel Marchment



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1. Samuel1 MARCHMENT; married Ann (--?--).[1]

Children of Samuel1 Marchment and Ann (--?--) were as follows:

  • 2. i. Thomas2 Marchment, born between 1781 and 1791 at Charlton, Co. Wiltshire, England; married Ann Skinner.

  • ii. Ann Marchment;[2],[2] baptized 12 Jul 1789 at Charlton (near Pewsey), Co. Wiltshire, England;[3] married William Dykes 14 Sep 1812 at Ealing, Co. Middlesex, England;[4] died 1872 at Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[5]

    William and Ann had five children: Henry Dykes (b. 1821), George Dykes (b. 1822), Caroline Dykes (b. 1825), James Dykes (1827-1855), and Colin Dykes (1828-1894). All were born and remained in Hammersmith.[6] She and William Dykes appeared on the census of 1841 at Frog Island, Shepherd's Bush, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where William Dike (55) was a labourer, with Ann Dike (50), Henry Dike (20), George Dike (18), and James Dike (15) all three labourers, and Colin Dike (13) present.[7] She and William Dykes appeared on the census of 1851 at Frog Island, Shepherd's Bush, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where William Dykes (60) was a gardener, with Ann (56), James (24) a carter, Collin (20) also a carter, present. William and Ann born Charlton, Witlshire, and the children born Hammersmith, Middlesex.[8]



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2. Thomas2 MARCHMENT (child of Samuel1);[9],[10] born between 1781 and 1791 at Charlton, Co. Wiltshire, England;[11],[12],[13] baptized 12 Jul 1789 at Charlton (near Pewsey), Co. Wiltshire, England;[3],[14] he likely married Ann Skinner 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;[15],[16],[17] died circa 1862 at Co. Middlesex, England;[18] buried 13 May 1862 at St. Mary's North End, Fulham, Co. Middlesex, England, "aged 74."[18]

He lived in 1810 at St. Mary's Parish, Ealing, Co. Middlesex, England.[19] 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.[20] 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.[21],[22] He was a labourer in 1844.[23] He was a gardener in 1849 at Caroline Place, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England.[24] 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.[25],[26]

Ann SKINNER was born circa 1791 at Co. Worcestershire, England.[27],[28] She died (Dec quarter) in 1868 at Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[29] She lived in 1810 at St. Mary's Parish, Ealing, Co. Middlesex, England.[30]

Children of Thomas2 Marchment and Ann Skinner were as follows:

  • i. William3 Marchment;[31],[31] baptized 25 Mar 1812 at St. Mary's Parish, Ealing, Co. Middlesex, England.[32]

    Little is known of William. He appeared in 1841 census, but is confirmed in nothing later.[33],[34]

  • ii. Eliza Marchment;[35],[35] baptized 20 Aug 1815 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England.[36],[37]

    Eliza may have been mentally or physically impaired. She was described as 'deaf and dumb' in the 1851 census.[38] 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.[39],[40]

  • iii. Samuel William Jasper Marchment;[41],[41] born circa 1816 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[42] died May 1819 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[43] buried 16 May 1819 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England, by John Leggett, "aged 2 years."[44]

  • iv. John Marchment;[45],[45] born 4 Sep 1817;[46] christened 2 Aug 1818 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; by Rev. John Leggett;[36],[47] died Sep 1819 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[48] buried 22 Sep 1819 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England, by Rev. John Leggett, "aged 21 months."[49]

  • v. Emma Marchment;[45],[45] christened 12 Mar 1820 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; by Rev. John Leggett;[36],[50] died Apr 1822 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England, at age 2;[51] buried 14 Apr 1822 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England, by F. T. Atwood, "aged 2 yrs."[52]

  • 3. vi. Samuel Jasper Marchment, baptized 12 Oct 1823 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; married Mary Ann Copeland.

  • vii. Ann Marchment;[53],[53] christened 17 Apr 1825 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; by Rev. Wm. Browne;[36],[54] died Jun 1826 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England, at age 1;[55] buried 11 Jun 1826 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England, by George Chisholm, "aged 15 months."[56]

  • viii. Eleanor Marchment;[57],[57] born 1828 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[58],[59] baptized 10 Feb 1828 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[60] married John Baker 1845 at Kensington, Co. Middlesex, England;[61] died "aged 60" 1887 at Fulham, London, England.[62]

    As of 1841, she was also known as Ellen MARCHMENT at census.[63] 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).[64] 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.[65] 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.[66] 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.[67]

  • ix. Elizabeth Marchment;[68],[69],[68],[69] born 1828 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[70],[58],[59] baptized 10 Feb 1828 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[71] 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;[72] died "aged 83" 1911 at Fulham, London, England.[73]

    She and Alfred Taylor lived in 1849 at Caroline Place, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; at the time of their marriage.[72] 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.[74] 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.[75] 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.[76] 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.[77] 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.[78]

  • x. Thomas Marchment;[79],[79] baptized 1830 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[80] 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;[81] died "aged 76" 12 Jan 1909 at 88 Elmsleigh road, East Hill, Wandsworth, Co. Surrey, England;[82],[83] his estate was probated 10 Feb 1909 at London, England; £1224 to Elizabeth Ann Marchment of 88 Elmsleigh Rd, Wandsworth, Surrey.[84],[85]

    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.[86] 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).[87] He and Sarah Ann Eakett Sarah Ann left Thomas between 1864 and 1865.[88],[89],[90] He and Mary Ann May were associated in 1865.[91],[92] 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.[93] 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).[94] 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.[95] 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.[96]



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3. Samuel Jasper3 MARCHMENT (child of Thomas2, Samuel1);[97],[98] born circa 1823 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[99],[100] baptized 12 Oct 1823 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; by Rev. George Chisholm, where father was Thomas Marchment, and mother was Ann;[101],[102] married Mary Ann Copeland, daughter of James Thomas Copeland and Sarah Wood, 19 Aug 1844 at parish church, Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel (22) was a bachelor, labourer, and Mary Ann (18) a spinster. Witnesses were Moses Ditch and Sarah Copeland;[103] died "of typhoid fever... age 68" 12 Aug 1891 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 67;[104] buried at lot 19, sect 32, plot M, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[105],[106],[107]

He appeared on the census of 1841 at King St., St. Paul Covent Garden, Westminster, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel (~15) was a servant to William Turpin (~25) a victualer, his wife Mary (~20), Charles Gentry (~15) and Harriet Johnston servants, also present.[108],[109] He was sentenced to 3 months, after being "indicted for stealing, on the 30th of August, 1 half-crown and 2 shillings; the monies of William Turpin, his master; to which he pleaded guilty. Aged 18" on 21 Sep 1841 at Central Criminal Court, Co. Middlesex, England.[110],[111] In 1844, Samuel Jasper Marchment and Mary Ann Copeland lived at Early Street, Kensington, Co. Middlesex, England, at time of their marriage.[112] In 1849, Samuel Jasper Marchment and Mary Ann Copeland lived at Portland Street, Fulham, Co. Middlesex, England, at the birth of Samuel William, and Samuel Jasper was a labourer.[113],[114] He was was imprisoned for 9 months, being convicted of "embezzling 3l. 3s.; the moneys of William Macalpine, his master: to which he pleaded gilty. Aged 26" on 17 Dec 1849 at Central Criminal Court, Co. Middlesex, England.[115],[116],[117] He and Mary Ann Copeland appeared on the census of 1851 at 4 Portland Cottages, Fulham, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel (27) was a labourer in Brickfield, born in Hammersmith. Mary A. (25), Mary A. (4) and Samuel (2) were also present.[118],[119] He and Mary Ann Copeland appeared on the census of 1861 at 8 Worlds End Passage, Chelsea, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel (39) was a carman, and Mary Ann (37), Mary Ann (14), Samuel W. (12), George D. (10), James W. (5) and Emma (3) were present, all born Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex.[120],[121] He and Mary Ann Copeland appeared on the census of 1871 at Ashley Cottages, Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel (48) was a coal porter, with Mary A (45), George (19) also a coal porter, James (15), Emma (13), Sarah (4), and Mary Ann's father James Copeland (77) present.[122],[123] He and Mary Ann Copeland lived in 1876 at 24 Johns terrace, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England.[124],[125] He and Mary Ann Copeland lived between 1878 and 1887 at 81 Latymer Rd., Hammersmith, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[126],[127],[128],[129],[130] He and Mary Ann Copeland appeared on the census of 1881 at 81 Latymer Rd., Hammersmith, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel J. (58) was a general labourer; Mary A. (55) was also present. Both born in Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex. Their son James lived next door at #83.[131],[132],[133] He and Mary Ann Copeland emigrated on 18 Jun 1887 to S. S. Nestorian, Québec City, Québec, Canada; where Sam Marchment, and Mrs. Marchment were travelling to Toronto, departing 04 Jun 1887 from the Port of London aboard S.S. Nestorian, accompanied by daughter Mary Ann Davis (38), Richard Davis (39), and their children Rose (18), George (16), Emma (13), Selina (10), John (5), and Percy (2).[134] In 1888, Samuel Jasper Marchment and Mary Ann Copeland lived at 824 Yonge St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, working for S.W. Marchment.[135] In 1889, Samuel Jasper Marchment and Mary Ann Copeland lived at 826 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, as renters. George and James were present, all were labourers at eldest son's S.W. Marchment & Co.[136] In 1890, Samuel Jasper Marchment and Mary Ann Copeland lived at 910 Yonge St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[137],[138] In 1891, Samuel Jasper Marchment and Mary Ann Copeland lived at 912 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, George was present and both worked with S.W. Marchment. James had moved out.[139] He and Mary Ann Copeland appeared on the census of 28 Apr 1891 at St. Paul's ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where all recorded as born in England, Samuel J. and George were labourers, only Mary Ann could read and write. George was single.[140] He was ill with typhoid fever 14 days in Aug 1891.[141]

Mary Ann COPELAND[142],[143] was born in 1826 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England.[144],[145] She was baptized on 21 Apr 1826 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England.[146] She married James Weeks on 25 Sep 1897 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; James was a lumber man, aged 71 yrs and a widower. Mary Ann was also 71 yrs, and a widow born in London, England to James and Sarah Copeland. George T. Marchment, her son, was witness. The service was Methodist.[147] She died of accute bronchitis on 31 May 1900 at 614 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[148] Between 1892 and 1893, Mary Ann Copeland lived at 912 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with son George after the death of her husband Samuel J. Marchment.[149] Between 1894 and 1897, Mary Ann Copeland lived at 910 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where she was a caterer, and joined by son George. Mary stayed there until she remarried.[150] She lived between 1898 and 1900 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; around the Yonge & Bloor Sts. area.[151] She was a butcher at her death in 1900 at 614 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[152]

Children of Samuel Jasper3 Marchment and Mary Ann Copeland were as follows:

  • 4. i. Mary Ann4 Marchment, born 23 Nov 1846 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; married Richard John Davis.

  • 5. ii. Samuel William Marchment, born 14 Mar 1849 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; married Catherine Beaver; married Augusta Alice Judd.

  • 6. iii. George Townsend Marchment, born 21 Jun 1851 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; married Elizabeth Emily Huckwell.

  • iv. Albert Marchment;[153],[153] born after 1852;[154] died before 1861.[155]

  • 7. v. James Walter Marchment, born 24 Jun 1857 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; married Susan Alice King.

  • 8. vi. Emma Marchment, born 1858 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; married Charles Henry Gill.

  • 9. vii. Sarah Marchment, born 1866 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; married John Victor Parsonson.



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4. Mary Ann4 MARCHMENT (child of Samuel3, Thomas2, Samuel1);[156],[157],[156],[157] born 23 Nov 1846 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[158],[159],[160],[161] baptized 28 Feb 1847 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[162] married Richard John Davis 15 Nov 1868 at St Barnabas, Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Richard (21) son of Richard Davis, was batchelor and labourer, and Mary Ann (22) was daughter of Samuel Marchment, a coal porter. Witnesses were Samuel and Catherine Marchment;[163],[164],[165] died of broncho-pneumonia 8 Apr 1926 at 77 McGee St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 79;[166] buried 12 Apr 1926 at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, undertakers A.E. Ingram (1055 Gerrard St. E.).[167]

She and Richard John Davis lived in 1868 at 22 Pembroke Road, Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[168] She and Richard John Davis appeared on the census of 1871 at 13 Warwick Terrace, Kensington, Co. Middlesex, England; where Richard Davis (23) was a coal porter, born in Canada, with Mary A Davis (24), and Rosannah Davis (2) present, with several other families in the same address.[169] She and Richard John Davis emigrated circa 1874 to Ontario, Canada.[170] She and Richard John Davis lived in 1874 at Colbourne St., Orillia, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; for the birth of daughter Emma. Richard was a labourer.[171] She and Richard John Davis emigrated between 1875 and 1877 to England.[172] She and Richard John Davis appeared on the census of 1881 at 7 Chapel St, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where Richard (38) b. in Canada, was a coal porter, Mary A (35) and b. Kensington, with Rose (12), George (9), Emma (7), Selina (3), Sarah (8 mo) were present.[173] She and Richard John Davis emigrated on 18 Jun 1887 to Québec City, Québec, Canada; where Mary Ann Davis (38), Richard Davis (39), and their children Rose (18), George (16), Emma (13), Selina (10), John (5), and Percy (2) were travelling to Toronto, departing 04 Jun 1887 from the Port of London aboard S.S. Nestorian, accompanied by her parents Sam Marchment, and "Mrs. Marchment."[134] In 1888, Mary Ann Marchment and Richard John Davis lived at 21 McMurrich, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Richard was a labourer, and son George was a driver for SW Marchment & Co.[174] She and Richard John Davis appeared on the census of 1891 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where [Richard] John (48) was a labourer, with [Mary] Ann (45), Rose (23), Selina (14) a domestic, John (9), and Percy (7) were present.[175] In 1892, Mary Ann Marchment and Richard John Davis lived at 148 Cumberland, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[176] She and Richard John Davis appeared on the census of 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Richard (57) a labourer, born in Quebec, and Mary Ann (54) born England, John (19) a tinsmith, Percy (16) a labourer, and two lodgers and tinsmiths, Gordon Casher (29) and Robert Elliot (30) were present.[177] She and Richard John Davis appeared on the census of 1911 at 62 Munro, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; where Richard (65) was Quebec-born labourer in a lumber yard, and Ann (64) born England, both Anglican.[178] Between 1911 and 1919, Mary Ann Marchment and Richard John Davis lived at 62 Munro, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and Richard was a labourer.[179] Between 1924 and 1926, Mary Ann Marchment lived at 77 McGee St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[180]

Richard John DAVIS was born on 4 Apr 1843 at Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada).[181] He died "aged 74 yrs, 3 mths" on 15 Apr 1919 at 62 Munro, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 76.[182]

Children of Mary Ann4 Marchment and Richard John Davis were as follows:

  • i. Rose5 Davis;[183],[183] born circa 1869 at Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[184]

  • ii. George Davis;[183],[183] born circa 1873 at Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[185],[186]

  • 10. iii. Emma Elizabeth Davis, born 25 May 1874 at Orillia, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; married Robert John Moyes.

  • 11. iv. Selina Davis, born circa 1878 at Notting Hill, London, England; married Sidney Arthur Marchment; married George Garlick.

  • v. Sarah Davis;[183],[183] born circa 1880 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[184] died before 1887.[187]

  • vi. John Davis;[188],[188] born 7 Jan 1882 at England;[181] married Rachel Littlejohn 24 Dec 1903 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where John James Walker Davies (21) was a concrete layer and batchelor, Rachel (23) was spinster, performed by W. E. Gilroy, witnessed by Percy Davies and Lena Garlick of Toronto.[189]

  • 12. vii. Percy Davis, born 6 Jan 1885 at England; married Lucy (--?--).



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5. Samuel William4 MARCHMENT (child of Samuel3, Thomas2, Samuel1);[190],[191] born 14 Mar 1849 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[192],[193],[194],[195],[196] married Catherine Beaver, daughter of William Beaver and Caroline Grove, 6 Apr 1868 at St Stephen, Shepherd's Bush, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel (20) was a coal porter, son of Samuel Jasper Marchment, and Catherine (20) was a spinster, and daughter of William Beaver, witnessed by Mary Ann Marchment and Richard Davis;[197],[198],[199] married Augusta Alice Judd, daughter of Joseph Edmund Judd and Emma Martha Balaam, 6 Sep 1884 at Hazelton Avenue Congregational Church, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Samuel was an excavator, and Methodist, and Augusta was Baptist. Emma Judd and A. E. Ward witnessed, with John Salmon officiating;[200],[201] died 5 Mar 1928 at Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co., California, United States of America, at age 78.[202],[203]

He and Catherine Beaver lived in 1868 at 12 Southbrook St., Shepherd's Bush, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England.[204],[205] He and Catherine Beaver appeared on the census of Apr 1871 at 15 Warwick Terrace, Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel (23) was a coal porter, and Catherine (23) was present. The widow Harriett Adams (41), char woman, and her son Thomas (11), and Michael Cavanagh (70) a locksmith, and his wife Margaret (69) also lived there.[206],[207] He and Thomas Beaver emigrated on 15 Jul 1871 to Québec City, Québec, Canada; being brothers-in-law, having departed from London, England on S.S. Thames, 28 Jun 1871.[208],[209] In 1871, Samuel William Marchment lived at Barrie, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada, intending to acquire land and settle there.[210] Samuel probably worked on the Northern & Northwestern and Midland Railways which were being extended north and west of Orillia.[211],[212],[213] Between 1872 and 1876, Samuel William Marchment and Catherine Beaver lived at Orillia, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada, for the births of their two sons.[214],[215] He was a teamster in 1872.[216] He was a contractor in 1876.[217] In 1877, Samuel William Marchment and Catherine Beaver lived at 22 Borden, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Samuel was a teamster (home of James Stewart, mail driver).[218] In 1878, Samuel William Marchment and Catherine Beaver lived at corner Spadina Ave. & Bloor St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Samuel was a contractor and gardener.[219] He was a contractor at private grounds near Heyden and Spadina, and Bloor and Spadina between 1878 and 1879 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[220],[221] He and Catherine Beaver lived between 1879 and 1880 at Hamilton, Wentworth Co, Ontario, Canada; where daughter Florence was born, and shortly died. Samuel was a contractor.[222],[223],[224] In 1880, Samuel William Marchment and Catherine Beaver lived at 5 Vine, Hamilton, Wentworth Co, Ontario, Canada, where Sam was a general contractor, advertised in Hamilton Directory.[225] In 1880, Samuel William Marchment and Catherine Beaver lived at Spadina Ave. & Bloor St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Sam was a gardener at the Market Gardens near Spadina Cres. and Sussex Ave.[226] He and James James were associated between 1880 and 1892.[227],[228] In 1881, Samuel William Marchment and Catherine Beaver lived at 227 Church St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, a contractor.[229] He was the operator of an out-house cleaning business with James James between 1881 and 1882 at Excelsior Odorless Excavating, 19 & 50 Adelaid St. E, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[230] Samuel and Catherine (of Toronto) witnessed Thomas Beaver's marriage to Caroline Roberts 7 May 1881.[231] He and Catherine Beaver appeared on the census of 13 May 1881 at 63 Duchess, St. Thomas's Ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Samuel (31) was an excavator, and Kate (30), John A. (9), and Sidney (5) were present, and the family was Methodist.[232] In 1883, Samuel William Marchment and Catherine Beaver lived at 103 Jarvis, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[233] He was the owner/operator of the 'odourless excavation' and contracting and construction business, including manure removal between 1883 and 1891 at SW Marchment & Company, 9 Queen St. East, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[234] In October of 1883, Samuel's wife Kate died.[235] In 1884, Samuel William Marchment lived at 91 Scollard, Yorkville, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[236] In 1885, Samuel William Marchment and Augusta Alice Judd lived at 132 Victoria, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[237] Samuel was a member of several organizations: eg. Royal Arcanum - Canada Council No. 612 Toronto, and the Sons of England - Warwick Lodge as of 1885. He transferred to the Somerset Lodge in 1894.[238],[239] Between 1886 and 1887, Samuel William Marchment and Augusta Alice Judd lived at 717 Yonge, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[240] Between 1888 and 1889, Samuel William Marchment and Augusta Alice Judd lived at 826 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, and were joined by Samuel's parents and two brother's families (at the address).[241],[242] In 1890, Samuel William Marchment and Augusta Alice Judd lived at 48 Macpherson Ave W, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[137] He and Augusta Alice Judd appeared on the census of 1891 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where the family was Baptist, and Samuel (41) was a contractor building 3 houses at the time, employing 10 people. Augusta (25), Sidney (15), Ethel (5) and Muriel (3) were also present. They lived next to Thomas Beaver, Sam's former brother-in-law.[243],[244] In 1891, Samuel William Marchment and Augusta Alice Judd lived at 38 Adelaide St W, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[245] Between 1891 and 1892, Samuel William Marchment and Augusta Alice Judd lived at 848 Dovercourt Rd., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, joined by Gussie's mother and siblings. The city directory also shows S.W. Marchment & Co. then used both 9 Queen St. E and 912 Yonge St.[246],[247] In 1893, Samuel William Marchment and Augusta Alice Judd lived at 412 Delaware, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[248] He was the owner/operator of the 'odorless excavation' business, but expanded into manure, compost and ash transport and eventually landscaping between 1893 and 1906 at S.W. Marchment & Co., 103 Victoria St. and 910 Yonge St. (up to 1901), Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[249] Between 1894 and 1895, Samuel William Marchment and Augusta Alice Judd lived at 22 Gwynne, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, including Gussie's mother and brother.[250] Between 1896 and 1897, Samuel William Marchment and Augusta Alice Judd lived at 66 River St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[251] In 1898 S.W. Marchment purchased the steam barge Gordon Jerry. She delivered manure to fruit farmers in Niagara until running aground in 1905, and/or burning in 1906.[252],[253],[254] Between 1898 and 1900, Samuel William Marchment and Augusta Alice Judd lived at 33 River St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, joined again by Gussie's mother.[255] He and Augusta Alice Judd appeared on the census of 1901 at 19 Sultan St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where the family was Baptist, in a 7 room house. Samuel (51), Augusta (35), Ethel (15), Muriel (12), Harold 8), Mabel (5), and Norman (2) were present.[256] Between 1901 and 1902, Samuel William Marchment and Augusta Alice Judd lived at 19 Sultan, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[257] Between 1903 and 1907, Samuel William Marchment and Augusta Alice Judd lived at 1075 Queen St. W., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[258] In 1906 Augusta and Samuel began travelling to the United States.[259] Between 1907 and 1928, Samuel William Marchment and Augusta Alice Judd lived at 489 Marion, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[260] Samuel and Gussie travelled to Ireland to visit the parents of future son-in-law Robert Boyd Jr. in Coleraine, County Derry, arriving in Queenstown possibly 9 Oct 1908 on the RMS Mauretania. There are several photos taken from the deck. They also visited M. Judd on Kings Rd, Tottenham. For their return trip, they departed on the RMS Lusitania from Liverpool on 5 Dec, and arrived at New York on 12 Dec 1908. Sam was described as 5 ft 10.5 inches, with fair hair and blue eyes. Gussie was 5 ft 7 in. with fair hair and brown eyes. They declared they had visited the United States at various times.[261],[262],[263],[264],[265],[266] He and Augusta Alice Judd with Harold (15), Mabel (14), and Norman (10) and Emma Judd (70), entered the US at Detroit on the way to visit William Allen at 3037 Clinton Ave, Los Angeles, California. They travelled by train. Sam was a builder/contractor, brought $500, was 5ft 11in tall, of fair complexion, brown hair and eyes on 15 Jan 1910.[267],[268] He and Augusta Alice Judd appeared on the census of 1911 at 489 Marion St. W, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; where Samuel (62) was head of the family, a contractor, with Augusta (46), Muriel (23) and her husband Robert Boyd (26) a bookkeeper and daughter Margaret (2 mo.), Harold (18), Mabel (15), and Norman (12) were present. Daughter Ethel (25) and her husband Earnest Tregaskes (31) a bookeeper were recorded there (though they lived at 206 Pearson). All were Baptist except the Tregaskes who were Anglican.[269] Marchment Limited, contractors, was incorporated Dec 1911 with capital of $40,000 under Samuel Marchment, Augusta Marchment, Ethel Tregaskes, Muriel Boyd, and William Hurst.[270] Samuel and Augusta travelled overseas in 1914, returning aboard the Kaiser Wilhelm II, departing Southampton 20 May, arriving New York 26 May 1914.[271] Sam, Gussie and Mabel entered the US at Port Huron, travelling to Los Angeles to visit Emma Felat (Gussie's sister), though they mispelled her name as Trillet.[272] He was running SW Marchment in 1918 at 133 Victoria St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[273] On 2 Oct 1919, Augusta and Samuel crossed into the U.S. at Buffalo, and completed information cards, describing thier last visit was in 1912, now visiting Sam's sister Mary Davis, then a friend in Los Angeles for 6 months. Gussie was 5ft 4in tall, with fair complexion, brown hair and blue eyes, and Sam was 5ft 11in, hair light grey with grey eyes. Norman accompanied them.[274] He and Augusta Alice Judd appeared on the census of 1921 at 489 Marion St. W., Toronto, Ontario, Canada; where Samuel W. Marchment (69) was a contractor, with Margaret [sic. sb Augusta] (67), Norman (28) a salesman, his wife Dorothy (24), and Margaret (26) were present.[275] He was president and manager of Marchment Company Limited from 1921 to 1928 at 133 Victoria St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[276] Between 1925 and 1927, Samuel William Marchment and Augusta Alice Judd lived at 303 12th Street, Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co., California, United States of America, with Harold.[277],[278] In 1926, Marchment Co. employed two Canadian Pacific Rail sidings in Toronto, #366 near Bathurst and Front, and #469 near the Canadian National Exhibition.[279]

Catherine BEAVER; also known as Kate[280],[281] was born circa 1848 at Great Marlow, Co. Buckingham, England.[282],[283],[284] She died with cancer of the uterus, having suffered 2 years on 18 Oct 1883 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[235] She was buried on 19 Oct 1883 at Q 2 Range 8, Necropolis Cemetery, 200 Winchester St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, "Rev. Mr. Salmon" officiated.[285] She appeared on the census of 1861 at Loudwater, Chipping Wycombe, Co. Buckingham, England; where Catherine Beaver (13) lived with her grandmother Ann Grove (64) a laundress, aunts Ellen Grove (28), and Eliza Lambourn (25) a widow, and cousin Rose Lambourn (3).[286] She emigrated before Mar 1872 to Orillia, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada.[287]

Children of Samuel William4 Marchment and Catherine Beaver were as follows:

  • 13. i. John Albert5 Marchment, born 26 Dec 1872 at Orillia, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; married Phoebe Hattie Albery.

  • 14. ii. Sidney Arthur Marchment, born 27 Jan 1876 at Orillia, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; married Selina Davis.

  • iii. Florance Marchment;[288],[289] born 8 Mar 1879 at Hamilton, Wentworth Co, Ontario, Canada;[290] died having suffered 16 days with tuberculous meningitis 26 Feb 1880 at Hamilton, Wentworth Co, Ontario, Canada.[291]

    As of 1880, she was also known as Flora.[292]

Augusta Alice JUDD[293],[294] was born on 26 Sep 1865 at 8 Moselle Street, Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[295],[296] She died at the home of her daughter on 25 Oct 1961 at 26 Humber Trail, Humber Crest, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 96.[297],[298],[299] On 26 Feb 1923, Augusta legally entered the U.S. for permanent residence at Port Huron.[300] In 1928, Augusta Alice Judd lived at 303 12th Street, Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co., California, United States of America.[301] She and Harold William Marchment appeared on the census of 1930 at Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co., California, United States of America; where mother Augusta (63), described as an alien to the US, and Harold W (37), a real estate salesman, divorced, and also an alien, were present.[302] She and Harold William Marchment appeared on the census of 1940 at 303 12th Street, Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co., California, United States of America; where Alice (Gussie) was 74 and widowed, with son Harold W (46) seeking work, having been a bookkeeper at the Inspection Office previously, with a 4-year College education. Gussie declared she reached only the 4th grade of elementary school.[303] In 1945, Augusta Alice Judd lived at 303 12th Street, Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co., California, United States of America.[304] On 27 Apr 1945 Augusta was described while crossing into the U.S. at Niagara Falls as: nationality British, 5ft 2in, 145 lbs., hair grey, eyes blue.[300] Between 1947 and 1961, Augusta Alice Judd lived at 26 Humber Trail, Humber Crest, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[305]

Children of Samuel William4 Marchment and Augusta Alice Judd all born at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, were as follows:

  • 15. i. Ethel Mary5 Marchment, born 20 Mar 1886; married Ernest Alger Tregaskes.

  • 16. ii. Muriel May Marchment, born 14 Apr 1888; married Robert Boyd Jr.

  • iii. Ernest Alfred Marchment; born 8 Sep 1891;[306],[307],[308] died of paralysis 24 Apr 1895 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 3;[309],[310] buried at lot 19, sect 32, plot M, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[311]

  • 17. iv. Harold William Marchment, born 27 Feb 1893; married Margaret Alvena Hall.

  • 18. v. Mabel Irene Marchment, born 23 Jun 1895; married William James Boyd.

  • 19. vi. Norman Samuel Marchment, born 15 Feb 1899; married Dorothy Isabelle Pearson.


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