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Descendants of Edward Stallard



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Generation 1
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1. Edward1 STALLARD; married Mary Page 7 Oct 1697 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England.[1]

In the Catherington church records, there are four more children born after 1716, in addition to the four born 1698-1710 attributed to Edward Stallard and Mary. Francis b.1718, Anne b.1720, Mary b.1724, Susannah b.1726. There were also two burials recorded for Mary, wife of Edward Stallard: in Jun 1716 and Jan 1726/27.[2],[3]

Children of Edward1 Stallard and Mary Page all born at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England, were as follows:

  • i. William2 Stallard;[4],[4] christened 11 Sep 1698;[5] he may have died before 1710.[6]

  • ii. Edward Stallard;[4],[4] christened 10 Dec 1699.[7]

  • iii. Mary Stallard;[4],[4] born 5 Sep 1707.[7]

  • 2. iv. William Stallard, christened 23 Jun 1710; married Mary Collins.



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Generation 2
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2. William2 STALLARD (child of Edward1);[8],[9] christened 23 Jun 1710 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England;[5] married Mary Collins, daughter of Philip Collins and Martha Messam, 20 Oct 1748 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England.[10],[11]

Mary COLLINS[12],[13] was christened on 10 Feb 1722 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England.[14]

Children of William2 Stallard and Mary Collins were as follows:

  • 3. i. Edward3 Stallard, christened 6 Aug 1749 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England; married Jane Cooke.

  • ii. Anne Stallard;[15],[15] christened 19 Oct 1750 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England;[16] married Richard Russel 26 Sep 1782 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England.[17]

  • 4. iii. William Stallard, baptized 27 Jan 1764 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England; married Olive Patrick.

  • iv. James Stallard;[15],[15] christened 26 Feb 1767 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England.[16]

  • v. Mary Stallard;[18],[18] died 25 Mar 1755 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England.[19],[20]

  • vi. William Stallard;[21],[21] born circa 1757;[22] died 1758 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England.[23]



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Generation 3
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3. Edward3 STALLARD (child of William2, Edward1);[15],[15] christened 6 Aug 1749 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England;[16] married Jane Cooke 1 Dec 1777 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England.[17]

He left a will on 11 Feb 1828 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; which was "THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me Edward STALLARD of Havant in the County of Southampton Spirit Dealer ...I constitute and appoint my Son in Law John HOLLOWAY of Hastings in the County of Sussex Excise Officer and James BOXALL of the City of Chichester Painter Executors of this my Will and I give devise and bequeath all and singular my real and personal estates and effects ...unto the said John HOLLOWAY and James BOXALL ...I direct my Executors in the first place to pay and discharge all my just debts funeral and testamentary expenses and divide the residue thereof into six equal parts shares and proportions and pay out sixth part thereof unto my son James STALLARD and other sixth part thereof unto my daughter Sarah the wife of the said John HOLLOWAY one other sixth part thereof unto my daughter Lucy the wife of George PANCHARD one other sixth part thereof unto my daughter Jenny STALLARD and other sixth part thereof unto my daughter Mary the wife of John THOMPSON but I direct that the said last mentioned and sixth part to my said daughter Mary shall be paid into her own hands separate and apart from her said husband and that the same shall not be liable to the debts or controul of the said John THOMPSON ...and the remaining sixth part thereof unto the several children of my late son William STALLARD ...In Witness whereof I the said Edward STALLARD the testator have hereunto set my hand and seal the tenth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven - Edward STALLARD ...in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses thereunto - Jane LONGCROFT Chas B LONGCROFT George BURROWS Servant to Mr LONGCROFT.

Proved at London 11th February 1828."[24]

Children of Edward3 Stallard and Jane Cooke were as follows:

  • i. Jenny4 Stallard;[25],[25] christened 25 Dec 1778 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England.[26]

    Jenny did not marry or have issue.[27]

  • ii. Edward Stallard;[25],[25] christened 19 Mar 1780 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England.[26]

  • iii. William Stallard;[25],[25] christened 30 Aug 1781 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England;[26] married Sarah Boxall 15 Jun 1813 at St. Peter the Less Parish, Co. Surrey, England;[28] died Jan 1826 at age 44;[29] buried 26 Jan 1826 at St. Peter the Great, Chichester, Co. Sussex, England.[30]

    William and Sarah had seven children in Co. Sussex: Jane Stallard, William Stallard (1816-1854, who emigrated to New Zealand c. 1840's and of whose descendants much is known), Sarah Ann Stallard, Ellen Lucy Stallard, Frances Maria Stallard, George Harrison Stallard, and Frank Walburn Stallard.[31]

  • iv. Fanny Stallard;[15],[15] christened 9 Feb 1783 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England.[16]

  • v. Ann Stallard;[32],[32] christened 7 Sep 1793 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England.[33]

  • vi. Sarah Stallard;[15],[15] christened 14 Aug 1796 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England;[34] married John Holloway.[35]

  • vii. Lucy Stallard;[15],[15] christened 29 Oct 1797 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England;[36] married George Panchard.[37]

  • viii. Mary Stallard;[38],[38] married John Thompson.[39]



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4. William3 STALLARD (child of William2, Edward1);[40],[41] baptized 27 Jan 1764 at Catherington, Co. Hampshire, England;[42] married Olive Patrick, daughter of Richard Patrick and Ann (--?--), 17 Aug 1787 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; where William was from Catherington, and Olive from Buriton;[43],[44] died by a fall from his horse 20 Oct 1820 at age 56;[45],[46],[47] buried 24 Oct 1820 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[48],[49]

William was paid an apprentice fee of £12 by Buriton boy George Welch.[50]

Olive PATRICK[51],[52] was born on 17 Sep 1760 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[53],[54],[55] She died "aged 74 years" on 18 Oct 1834 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England, at age 74.[56],[57] She was buried on 23 Oct 1834 at St. Mary's Church, Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[49],[58] She was a publican in 1830 at Five Bells public house, Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[59]

Children of William3 Stallard and Olive Patrick all born at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England, were as follows:

  • i. Nancy4 Stallard; christened 23 May 1788; name recorded as Nanny;[60] died 18 Aug 1790 at age 2.[61]

  • 5. ii. William Stallard, christened 26 Mar 1790; married Elizabeth Trimming.

  • 6. iii. Edward Stallard, christened 29 Apr 1792; married Charlotte Todman.

  • 7. iv. James Stallard, christened 7 Apr 1795; married Maria Wells.

  • v. George Stallard; christened 12 Feb 1797;[60] died 1798;[62] buried 1798 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[63]



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Generation 4
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5. William4 STALLARD (child of William3, William2, Edward1); christened 26 Mar 1790 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[60] married Elizabeth Trimming 1 Sep 1814 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; where William was a bachelor of Buriton, and Elizabeth a spinster from Petersfield;[64] died aged 80 years 2 Jun 1870 at age 80;[65],[66] buried at Petersfield Cemetery, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[67]

He was a fellmonger between 1816 and 1828 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[68],[69] He was a glover and fellmonger in 1830 at 30 High Street, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[59] He and Elizabeth Trimming appeared on the census of 1841 at The Spain, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; where William (~50) was a fellmonger, Elizabeth (~50) a dressmaker, and Sophia (15), Amelia (12) and Louisa (10) were present.[70] He appeared on the census of 1861 at Little Sheet, Sheet, Co. Hampshire, England; where William (71) was a fellmonger, Elizabeth (70, b. Froyle) and Amelia (32) were present.[71]

Elizabeth TRIMMING was born circa 1792 at Froyle, Co. Hampshire, England.[72],[73] She died "age 75" on 7 Jun 1867.[74] She was buried at Petersfield Cemetery, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[67] She was a milliner (maker/seller of women's hats) in 1830 at 30 High Street, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[59]

Children of William4 Stallard and Elizabeth Trimming were as follows:

  • i. William5 Stallard;[75],[75] baptized 23 Feb 1816 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[76] died "their eldest ...aged 21 years" 23 Sep 1837 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England, at age 21;[77] buried 26 Sep 1837 at St. Mary's Church, Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England, of "Petersfield ...age 21."[78]

  • ii. Elizabeth Stallard;[79],[79] baptized 25 Mar 1818 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[80],[76]

  • iii. Ann Stallard;[81],[81] baptized 5 Sep 1819 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[76]

  • iv. Ellen Stallard;[81],[81] baptized 18 Mar 1821 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[76]

  • v. James Stallard;[82],[82] born circa 1823;[83] baptized 25 Mar 1823 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[76] died "aged 27 years" 15 Feb 1849 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[77]

  • vi. Catherine Stallard;[84],[84] baptized 4 Feb 1825 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[85]

  • vii. Sophia Stallard;[86],[86] baptized 1 Jan 1827 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[85]

  • viii. Amelia Stallard;[81],[81] baptized 9 Jan 1829 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[76] died 29 Sep 1870 at age 41;[74] buried at Petersfield Cemetery, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England, "age 42."[67]

  • ix. Louise Stallard;[87],[87] baptized 22 Aug 1830 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[76] died "their youngest ...aged 16 years" 26 Jan 1847 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England, at age 16;[77] buried at St. Mary's Church, Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[88]



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6. Edward4 STALLARD (child of William3, William2, Edward1);[89],[90] christened 29 Apr 1792 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[91],[92],[60] married Charlotte Todman, daughter of John Todman and Elizabeth (--?--), 28 Nov 1812 at Holy Trinity, Gosport, Co. Hampshire, England;[93],[94] died "77 years" 7 May 1869 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England, at age 77;[95],[96],[97],[98] buried at Havant Cemetery, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England;[99] his estate was probated 15 Oct 1869 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; valued at under £600.[100]

Between 1813 and 1815, Edward Stallard and Charlotte Todman lived at Sheet, Co. Hampshire, England, where Edward was a fellmonger and collar maker.[101] In 1817, Edward Stallard and Charlotte Todman lived at Hambledon, Co. Hampshire, England.[102] Between 1820 and 1846, Edward Stallard and Charlotte Todman lived at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[103] He was among other occupations, a collar maker between 1824 and 1843 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[104] Probably around 1831, Edward became publican or host of the "Five Bells" pub in Buriton. His mother Olive was its advertised hostess in 1830.[105],[104],[106] He was a publican, collar maker and saddler between 1831 and 1840 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[104],[107] He and Charlotte Todman appeared on the census of 1841 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (~45) was a parchment maker, and Charlotte (~45), Ellen (15), George (12), Albert (9), Clarissa (7), Sarah (5) were present. Their servant was Sophia Brooks (25), also her son David (10 mo.) was present.[108],[109] In 1841, Edward paid tithes for his residence, a house and garden on North Lane, and a paddock across from the Five Bells pub (his son Edward junior paid tithes for the parchment yard).[110] He and Charlotte Todman lived in 1841 at North Lane, Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward was recorded to be a parchment maker.[111] He was probably a collar maker, parchment maker and fellmonger (preparer of pelts for leather making) between 1841 and 1846 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[112],[113] By 1847, Edward and family had moved south to the coastal town of Havant, where he, joined by sons George and Albert, took over operations at the Homewell Parchment Yard.[114] He was a parchment maker and fellmonger between 1847 and 1867 at Homewell Parchment Yard, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England.[115] He and Charlotte Todman appeared on the census of 1851 at East Street, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (58) born Buriton, employed 8 men and 4 boys as a master fellmonger. Charlotte (56) born Petersfield, and George (22) a journeyman fellmonger, Albert (20) also a journeyman fellmonger, Clarissa (17) and Sarah (14) were present, and Alfred Stent (Edward's grandson, 6) was visiting.[116],[117] He was a fellmonger (preparer of pelts for leather making) circa 1853.[118] He and Charlotte Todman appeared on the census of 1861 at West Street, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (68) was a fellmonger employing 3 men and 1 boy, b. Buriton Hants, Charlotte (67) b. Haslemere Surrey, Mary A Stent (39), widowed daughter, her son Alfred Stent (16), and two more grandchildren, Ellen Judd (19), and Elizabeth Judd (16) were present.[119] He left a will on 18 Sep 1862 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; Where he declared his parchment business will go to sons George and Albert, all real estate to wife Charlotte, and the residue to be divided among his seven living children, excepting Edward, and his Judd grandchildren. "I have excluded my son Edward from all benefit... because I have made adequate advances to him in my lifetime." His first codicil of 1 Apr 1864 included grandson Alfred Stent, and in the second codicil of 9 Apr 1869, he adjusted will as George and Albert had already received the parchment business, and "I also revoke the unfavourable declaration... towards my son Edward... I give him... £100."[120] He and Charlotte Todman were living in 1867 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; with son Albert.[121]

Charlotte TODMAN[122],[123] was christened on 30 Nov 1794 at Haslemere, Co. Surrey, England; where her father was John Todman, and mother Elizabeth.[124],[125] She died "relict of the late Edward Stallard, in her 83rd year" on 18 Jun 1876 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England, at age 81.[95],[126],[127],[128] She was buried at Havant Cemetery, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England, "in 85th year."[98] She was not born in at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[129],[130],[131]

Children of Edward4 Stallard and Charlotte Todman were as follows:

  • 8. i. Charlotte5 Stallard, christened 28 May 1813 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; married Reverend Philip Chapman; married (--?--) Daughtery.

  • 9. ii. Edward George James Stallard, born circa 1815 at Sheet, Co. Hampshire, England; married Ann Chalcraft.

  • iii. Frances Stallard; born circa 1816;[132] died before 1862.[133]

    Frances was not with her parents for the 1841 census, where she would have been around 25 years old.[134]

  • 10. iv. Caroline Stallard, baptized 11 May 1817 at Hambledon, Co. Hampshire, England; married John Judd.

  • 11. v. Mary Ann Stallard, christened 30 Apr 1820 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; married James Stent.

  • vi. William Stallard; christened 26 Nov 1824 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[60] died 1825;[135] buried 9 Feb 1825 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[136]

  • vii. Ellen Stallard; christened 5 Mar 1826 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[60] married Rev. W. Tyson before 1851.[137],[138]

    Ellen and Rev. Tyson had 3 sons and 5 daughters.[139]

  • 12. viii. George Stallard, christened 3 Aug 1828 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; married Charlotte Cave Ide.

  • 13. ix. Albert Stallard, christened 13 Feb 1831 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; married Ellen Lipscomb.

  • 14. x. Clarissa Stallard, christened 2 Oct 1833 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; married Richard William Softly.

  • 15. xi. Sarah Ann Stallard, christened 9 Aug 1836 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; married Samuel Ford.



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7. James4 STALLARD (child of William3, William2, Edward1); christened 7 Apr 1795 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[60] married Maria Wells 30 Oct 1833 at Faringdon, Co. Hampshire, England;[140] he probably died 1867 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England.[141]

He and Maria Wells appeared on the census of 1841 at Back Lane, Steyning, Co. Sussex, England; where James (~40) was a parchment maker, and Maria (33), Edward (15), Ellen (14), George (6), Albert (4) were present.[142] He and Maria Wells appeared on the census of 1851 at Castle Street, Titchfield, Co. Hampshire, England; where James (55) was a parchment maker, and Maria (48), George (16) a carpenter, and Albert (14) were present.[143] He and Maria Wells appeared on the census of 1861 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where James (66) was a parchment maker, and Maria (59) and Albert (24) also a parchment maker, were present.[144]

Maria WELLS was born circa 1802 at Faringdon, Co. Hampshire, England.[145] She and George Stallard appeared on the census of 1871 at West Street, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where Maria (68) was a widow, residing with son Goerge (36), widower and builder employing 14 men and 1 boy, Alice (14), Jessie (12), Alfred Edwin (10), Louisa Luelyn (7), Florence Margaret (5).[146]

Children of James4 Stallard and Maria Wells were as follows:

  • i. Edward5 Stallard;[147],[147] born circa 1826.[148]

  • ii. Ellen Stallard;[149],[149] born circa 1827.[150]

  • iii. George Stallard;[151],[151] baptized 28 Sep 1834 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[152] married Ann (--?--) circa 1856.[153],[154]

    He and Ann (--?--) appeared on the census of 1861 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where George (26) was a carpenter from Buriton, Ann (32) of Tichfield, Alice (4), Jessie (2) and Alfred E. (2 mo) were present.[155] He and Maria Wells appeared on the census of 1871 at West Street, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where Maria (68) was a widow, residing with son Goerge (36), widower and builder employing 14 men and 1 boy, Alice (14), Jessie (12), Alfred Edwin (10), Louisa Luelyn (7), Florence Margaret (5).[146]

  • iv. Albert Stallard;[151],[151] baptized 5 Mar 1837 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[152]



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Generation 5
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8. Charlotte5 STALLARD (child of Edward4, William3, William2, Edward1); christened 28 May 1813 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[156],[76] married Reverend Philip Chapman 28 Sep 1836 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; where Phillip was from Shoreditch, and Charlotte from Buriton;[157],[158] married (--?--) Daughtery after 1840.[137]

Reverend Philip CHAPMAN was born in 1813 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[159],[160] He died "age 77, Wife C. Chapman" on 3 Apr 1888.[161] He was buried after 3 Apr 1888 at Petersfield Cemetery, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[162]

Children of Charlotte5 Stallard and Reverend Philip Chapman were as follows:

  • i. . Philip6 Chapman;[163],[163] Phillip became Postmaster General of Jamaica.[164] He was both Stamp Commissioner and the Administrator-General of Jamaica from 1893-1899.[165]

  • 16. ii. Charles W. Chapman, married Mary Ann Judd.

  • 17. iii. Ellen Chapman, married Archdeacon (--?--) Panton.

  • iv. Elizabeth Duggan Chapman;[166],[163] married Archbishop Enos Nuttall of Jamaica 1867;[137],[167] died 1935.[168]

    She was also known as Lilly DAUGHTERY.[169] She was also known as just Elizabeth DUGGAN put Duggan is probably her middle name.[170],[171] In 1866 Enos Nuttall became incumbent of St. George's church, Kingston, Jamaica. Elizabeth and Enos had two sons and three daughters.[172] In 1893, Most Rev. Enos Nuttall D.D., became Primate, and then in 1895, the first Archbishop of the West Indies.[164]

There were no children of Charlotte5 Stallard and (--?--) Daughtery.



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    9. Edward George James5 STALLARD (child of Edward4, William3, William2, Edward1);[173],[174] born circa 1815 at Sheet, Co. Hampshire, England;[175],[176] baptized 14 Apr 1815 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; "of Sheet;"[177] married Ann Chalcraft, daughter of John Samuel Chalcraft and Eliza Grigg, 16 Jul 1837 at the parish church, Alverstoke, Co. Hampshire, England; by Banns, where Edward (23) was a bachelor and saddler, Ann (22) a spinster. Witnesses were Thomas Allen and Matilda Chalcraft;[178],[179] died 11 Mar 1898 at Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, England.[180],[181]

    "Edward jun., a Buriton boy" was apprenticed to Henry Hall (prob. carpenter) for £20 on 28 Aug 1829.[182],[183] In 1837, Edward George James Stallard and Ann Chalcraft lived at Gosport, Co. Hampshire, England, at their marriage.[184] He was a publican, probably with his father at the "Five Bells" between 1838 and 1840 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[185] In 1841, Edward paid tithes for his residence, a house and garden on Bone's Lane; an arable field, part of Lime Kiln Field; and the parchment yard and the house and garden immediately south of it on North Lane.[186] He and Ann Chalcraft appeared on the census of 1841 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (~25) a harness maker, wife Ann (~25) and daughter Emma (4 mo.) were present. Also his sister Caroline Judd (~25), and her family John Judd (~25) a baker, Charles (3) and Charlotte (1) were present.[108],[187] He and Ann Chalcraft lived in 1841 at Bone's Lane, Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; with sister's family (Caroline & John Judd). Edward was called a harness maker, and John a baker. Their 17th century timber-frame house contained two cottages.[188],[189],[190] He was a collar maker, and a fellmonger (preparer of pelts for leather making) between 1841 and 1843 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[185] He was a harness maker in 1844 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[191],[192] He and Ann Chalcraft appeared on the census of 1851 at Cow Legs Lane, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (35) was a wool dealer, born in Sheet. Ann (36) of Emsworth, Kate (8), Fanny (6), Clara (4) and Ellen (2) were also present.[193],[194] He and Ann Chalcraft appeared on the census of 1861 at 8 Sheet St., Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (45) a wool stapler born in Sheet, Ann (49) of Emsworth, Kate (18) , George (9) and servant Chester Pink were present.[195] He and Ann Chalcraft emigrated in 1867 to Ontario, Canada; where Edward (53) was a farmer, and Ann (56), Fanny (22) and George (13) were recorded as cabin passengers aboard S.S. Peruvian, which departed Liverpool 1 Aug 1867, arrived Quebec City 14 Aug 1867, from whence their family settled in Islington.[196],[197] He and Ann Chalcraft lived between 1868 and 1871 at lot 8, Con. A, Etobicoke Twp., Islington, York Co., Ontario, Canada; renting 13 acres from Captain Edward Jones of Yorkville. Edward G.J. was a butcher and drover.[198] On 23 Jul 1869, Edward purchased for five dollars a burial plot at St. George's church for son George.[199] He and Ann Chalcraft appeared on the census of 1871 at Orillia, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; where Edward (55) was a butcher, and Anne was present.[200] At some point Edward and Anne returned to England and lived in Winchcombe near their daughter Frances.[201] He and Ann Chalcraft appeared on the census of 1881 at Gretton Rd., Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, England; where Edward (67) farmed 45 acres, employing one boy. Ann (68) was also present.[202] He and Ann Chalcraft appeared on the census of 1891 at Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, England; where Edward G.J. (78) was a farmer, and Ann (81) and two servants were present.[203]

    Ann CHALCRAFT[204],[205] was baptized on 4 Nov 1810 at Warblington Parish, Co. Hampshire, England.[206],[207],[208],[209] She died on 5 Nov 1910 at Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, England, at age 100.[180],[210] She appeared on the census of 1901 at 95 Gretton Rd., Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, England; where Anne (90) was a widowed farmer's wife, in the home of her daughter Frances Stephens (55), and James Stephens (66) the superintendant registrar, clerk to union, and their children Henry W. (29) a solicitor, John H (24) an articled clerk (solicitor), and a servant Hannah Martin (21) were present.[211] On 30 Nov 1910, Winnifred Brereton sent a thank-you card to Mr. A. Bone (husband of Kate) concerning Ann's death, it is assumed: "Please accept sincere thanks for very kind sympathy." The post-mark indicates Ms. Brereton also lived in Toronto.[212]

    Children of Edward George James5 Stallard and Ann Chalcraft were as follows:

    • i. Edward Lennox6 Stallard;[213],[213] born 16 Oct 1838 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[214] he may have died 20 Oct 1838.[215]

    • ii. Charlotte Elizabeth Stallard;[213],[213] born 6 Oct 1839 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[214] died circa Dec 1839 at Co. Hampshire, England.[216],[217]

    • iii. Emma Frances Stallard; born 3 Feb 1841;[218] christened 4 Jul 1841 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[214] died 1843 at Co. Hampshire, England.[219],[220]

    • 18. iv. Kate Stallard, born 14 Feb 1843 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; married Harry Albery Bone.

    • 19. v. Frances Frazier Stallard, born 29 Nov 1844 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; married James Henry Stephens.

    • vi. Clara Stallard; christened 22 Oct 1847 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[214]

    • vii. Ellen Stallard; christened 6 Aug 1848 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[214] she may have died 1855.[221]

    • viii. George William Stallard; born 25 Jan 1852 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[180] died of heat exhaustion while driving sheep Jul 1869 at York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 17;[222] buried circa 23 Jul 1869 at St. George's On-The-Hill, plot 2, range 3 south, Islington, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[223]

      He emigrated circa 1868 to Ontario, Canada; with his parents.[196]


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