David Murray Marshall Hall

M, #1, b. 7 October 1945
Father*Ronald Marshall Hall b. 16 May 1920, d. 13 Nov 2006
Mother*Pauline Margaret Nicholas b. 6 Feb 1924
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Richard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*David was born at Mount Alvernia, Guildford, Surrey, on 7 October 1945.
He is the son of Ronald Marshall Hall and Pauline Margaret Nicholas
BaptismDavid was baptised in 1945 at St Nicholas, Guildford, Surrey
Photograph*A photograph of David & his cousin Suzanne circa 1948 at "Newlands", Yew Tree Rd, Witley, Surrey.
University*He attended university at Leicester, Leicestershire, between September 1963 and June 1966.
Marriage*He married Barbara Olivia Ann Craig at Edinburgh on 12 February 1966.
Emigration*David and Barbara emigrated on 25 September 1966 to Wellington, New Zealand
Nationalisation*David was naturalized on 22 March 1976 at Wellington, New Zealand.
Divorce*David and Barbara were divorced on 11 February 1994 at Wellington, New Zealand.
Marriage*He married Patricia Bernice Tankersley at Upper Hutt on 21 June 1998.

Family

Barbara Olivia Ann Craig b. 8 Mar 1947
Children

Pauline Margaret Nicholas

F, #2, b. 6 February 1924
Father*Albert Harold Brown b. 20 Jul 1894, d. 28 Aug 1966
Mother*Edith Alma Nicholas b. 8 Nov 1900, d. 9 Dec 1994
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Richard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Pauline was born at Bedford, Bedfordshire, on 6 February 1924. 
She is the daughter of Albert Harold Brown and Edith Alma Nicholas
Birth RegHer birth was registered during the quarter ending March 1924 in the Bedford, Cambridgeshire registration district.1 
Photograph*Pauline as a child, circa 1932.
Marriage*She married Ronald Marshall Hall at Guildford on 18 April 1942.

Family

Ronald Marshall Hall b. 16 May 1920, d. 13 Nov 2006
Children

Citations

  1. [S104] PRO Indexes "Births: 1924 Q1; Bedford, Cambridgeshire; Vol 3b / Page 434."

Ronald Marshall Hall

M, #3, b. 16 May 1920, d. 13 November 2006
Father*Major Murray Marshall b. 11 Jul 1890, d. 23 Dec 1944
Mother*Madelaine Murray Marshall b. 21 Mar 1893, d. Dec 1966
Adoptive fatherArthur Herbert Hall b. Dec 1900, d. 24 May 1980
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Richard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Ronald was born at Camberley, Surrey, on 16 May 1920. 
He was the son of Major Murray Marshall and Madelaine Murray Marshall
Military* His Service Number was P/Jx149429HI, P/Jx denotes a Portsmouth rating. 
Biography*Ron was crew on the minesweeper "Sandown" during the Dunkirk evacuation betwee 24 May and 6 June 1940.
Marriage*He married Pauline Margaret Nicholas at Guildford on 18 April 1942.
BiographyRon was part of Company K, Naval Commando during Operation Avalanche, salerno, Italy commemcing 9 September 1943.
MilitaryOn 1 August 1944 Ronald was Awarded the DSM (Distinguished Service Medal).1
Death*Ronald died on 13 November 2006 at Liphook, Hampshire, at age 86; renal failure. 

Family

Pauline Margaret Nicholas b. 6 Feb 1924
Children

Citations

  1. [S83] HMG, 'DSMs awarded', "Page 36634 1 Aug 1944."

Patricia Bernice Perry

F, #4, b. 12 February 1942
Father*Arthur Charles Edwin Perry b. 7 Aug 1916, d. 12 Sep 2003
Mother*Clara Bernice Hartman b. 20 Dec 1921, d. 20 Nov 2014
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Patricia was born at Oakland, Alameda, California, USA, on 12 February 1942. 
She is the daughter of Arthur Charles Edwin Perry and Clara Bernice Hartman
Marriage*She married Charles Warner Tankersley at Nevada on 4 October 1974. 
Marriage*She married David Murray Marshall Hall at Upper Hutt on 21 June 1998.

Barbara Olivia Ann Craig

F, #5, b. 8 March 1947
Father*George Craig b. 14 Jun 1914, d. 25 Jun 1991
Mother*Hilda Victoria Louvaine Watters b. 6 Oct 1915
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Barbara was born at 108 Tyndale Park, Ballysilan Rd, Belfast, Northern Ireland, on 8 March 1947.
She is the daughter of George Craig and Hilda Victoria Louvaine Watters
Marriage*She married David Murray Marshall Hall at Edinburgh on 12 February 1966.
EmigrationBarbara and David emigrated on 25 September 1966 to Wellington, New Zealand
Divorce*Barbara and David were divorced on 11 February 1994 at Wellington, New Zealand.

Family

David Murray Marshall Hall b. 7 Oct 1945
Children

Alison Emma Hall

F, #6, b. 21 March 1966
Father*David Murray Marshall Hall b. 7 Oct 1945
Mother*Barbara Olivia Ann Craig b. 8 Mar 1947
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Alison was born at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, on 21 March 1966.
She is the daughter of David Murray Marshall Hall and Barbara Olivia Ann Craig
(Child) EmigrationShe emigrated with David and Barbara on 25 September 1966 to Wellington, New Zealand
Marriage*Alison Emma Hall married Brett Cameron in January 1988 at Pauatahanui, Wellington, New Zealand
Marriage*She married Noel Cooper at Townsville on 31 December 2013. 

Sarah Louise Hall

F, #7, b. 2 February 1969
Father*David Murray Marshall Hall b. 7 Oct 1945
Mother*Barbara Olivia Ann Craig b. 8 Mar 1947
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Sarah was born at Wellington, New Zealand, on 2 February 1969.
She is the daughter of David Murray Marshall Hall and Barbara Olivia Ann Craig
BaptismSarah was baptised on 17 August 1969 at St Michael All Angels, Newlands, Wellington, New Zealand

Family

Peter Richard Leitch b. 2 Jan 1969
Children

Samuel John Hall

M, #8, b. 1 May 1972
Adoptive father*David Murray Marshall Hall b. 7 Oct 1945
Adoptive mother*Barbara Olivia Ann Craig b. 8 Mar 1947
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Samuel was born at Wellington, New Zealand, on 1 May 1972.
He is the son of David Murray Marshall Hall and Barbara Olivia Ann Craig
Adoption*Samuel John Hall was adopted on 26 July 1972 at Wellington, New Zealand; Interim Adoption Order.
Marriage*Samuel John Hall married Lisa Nerean Crawley circa 1999 at "Wildwood", Blue Mountains, Upper Hutt, New Zealand

Family

Lisa Nerean Crawley b. 30 Mar 1969
Children

Elizabeth Ann Hall

F, #9, b. 1 June 1974
Father*David Murray Marshall Hall b. 7 Oct 1945
Mother*Barbara Olivia Ann Craig b. 8 Mar 1947
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Elizabeth was born at Wellington, New Zealand, on 1 June 1974.
She is the daughter of David Murray Marshall Hall and Barbara Olivia Ann Craig
Marriage*Elizabeth Ann Hall married Wayne Cottle on 16 February 2008 at Otaki, Wellington, New Zealand
Divorce*Elizabeth and Wayne were divorced on 22 April 2010 at Wellington, New Zealand

Family 1

Wayne Cottle b. c 1970
Child

Family 2

Dominic Hernandez-Garcia
Children

Madelaine Murray Marshall

F, #10, b. 21 March 1893, d. December 1966
Father*Murray Wyatt Marshall b. 7 Oct 1852, d. 28 Jul 1930
Mother*Alice Maud Everitt b. 31 Jan 1870, d. 15 Mar 1956
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Richard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Birth*Madelaine Murray Marshall was born on 21 March 1893 at Godalming, Surrey
She was the daughter of Murray Wyatt Marshall and Alice Maud Everitt
Birth RegHer birth was registered during the quarter ending March 1893 in the Guildford, Surrey registration district.1 
BaptismMadelaine Murray Marshall was baptized on 23 April 1893 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.2,3 
Residence*She lived on 23 April 1893 at "Springwood:, Godalming.4 
(Daughter) Census 1901She was listed as the daughter of Murray Wyatt Marshall in the 1901 census at Springwood, Brighton Rd, Godalming, Surrey.5
Education*Madelaine Murray Marshall was educated at St Mary's School, Wantage, Oxfordshire; and then sent to study music in Heidelberg. Known to her friends and family as "Babs". 
Biography*She was as an ambulance driver during WW1 and, according to her son, Ron Hall, was attached to the Royal Flying Corp. 
Marr Reg*The marriage of Madelaine Murray Marshall and Arthur Herbert Hall was registered during the quarter ending March 1920 in the Guildford, Surrey registration district.6 
BiographyBabs was a guard on Southern Rail during WWII, on the Guildford / Ascot line and continued as a guard until the early 1950's. 
Death Reg*Madelaine's death was registered during the quarter ending December 1966 in the Guildford, Surrey registration district; age at death: 73.7 
Burial*Her body was interred at Godalming, Surrey, at Ockford Ridge Cemetery. 

Family 1

Major Murray Marshall b. 11 Jul 1890, d. 23 Dec 1944
Child

Family 2

Arthur Herbert Hall b. Dec 1900, d. 24 May 1980
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1893 Q1; Guildford, Surrey; Vol 2a / Page 102a.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C0200029.
  3. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/3.
  4. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/1.
  5. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 606; Folio: 128; Page: 2.
  6. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1920 Q1; Guildford, Surrey.
  7. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Deaths: 1966 Q4; Surrey S.W.; Vol 5G / Page 518.

Pamela Madelaine Hall

F, #11, b. 17 May 1948
Father*Ronald Marshall Hall b. 16 May 1920, d. 13 Nov 2006
Mother*Pauline Margaret Nicholas b. 6 Feb 1924
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Pamela was born at Crail, Fifeshire, Scotland, on 17 May 1948. 
She is the daughter of Ronald Marshall Hall and Pauline Margaret Nicholas
Marriage*She married John Francis Holland on 21 October 1972.1 

Family

John Francis Holland b. 8 Feb 1947
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages; 1972 Q4; Surrey SW; Vol 5G / Page 1172.

Lynda Nerine Hall

F, #12, b. 17 April 1950
Father*Ronald Marshall Hall b. 16 May 1920, d. 13 Nov 2006
Mother*Pauline Margaret Nicholas b. 6 Feb 1924
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Lynda was born at St Lukes, Guildford, Surrey, on 17 April 1950. 
She is the daughter of Ronald Marshall Hall and Pauline Margaret Nicholas
Marriage*She married Alan Robert Major on 6 October 1973.1 

Family

Alan Robert Major b. 23 Apr 1947
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1973 Q4; Surrey SW; Vol 5G / Page 916.

John Francis Holland

M, #13, b. 8 February 1947
Father*John Joseph Holland b. 27 May 1912
Mother*Mary Cummings b. 21 May 1912
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*John Francis Holland was born on 8 February 1947 at Belfast, Northern Ireland
He is the son of John Joseph Holland and Mary Cummings
Marriage*He married Pamela Madelaine Hall on 21 October 1972.1 

Family

Pamela Madelaine Hall b. 17 May 1948
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages; 1972 Q4; Surrey SW; Vol 5G / Page 1172.

Andrew Patrick Holland

M, #14, b. 30 March 1973
Father*John Francis Holland b. 8 Feb 1947
Mother*Pamela Madelaine Hall b. 17 May 1948
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Andrew was born at Whitechapel, London, on 30 March 1973. 
He is the son of John Francis Holland and Pamela Madelaine Hall
Marriage*Andrew Patrick Holland married Trudi Featherstone on 28 July 2007 at London

Family

Trudi Featherstone b. c 1973
Children

Thomas Kieran Richard Holland

M, #15, b. 21 July 1975
Father*John Francis Holland b. 8 Feb 1947
Mother*Pamela Madelaine Hall b. 17 May 1948
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Thomas was born at Guildford, Surrey, on 21 July 1975. 
He is the son of John Francis Holland and Pamela Madelaine Hall
Marriage*Thomas Kieran Richard Holland married Katie Amiel on 22 July 2006. 

Family

Katie Amiel
Children

Arthur Geoffrey Hall

M, #16, b. 19 May 1921, d. August 1977
Father*Arthur Herbert Hall b. Dec 1900, d. 24 May 1980
Mother*Madelaine Murray Marshall b. 21 Mar 1893, d. Dec 1966
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Arthur Geoffrey Hall was born on 19 May 1921 at Birmingham, Warwickshire
He was the son of Arthur Herbert Hall and Madelaine Murray Marshall
Marr Reg*The marriage of Arthur Geoffrey Hall and Joyce Pauline Miller was registered during the quarter ending June 1944 in the Lewisham, Kent registration district.1 
Emigration*Arthur and Joyce emigrated in 1947 to Marlborough, New Zealand
Address* As of 1947, Arthur Geoffrey Hall lived at "Pinewood", Renwick, Marlborough, New Zealand
Note*Pauline Hall believes that Stuart Oswald Everitt helped Geoff purchase his property in Renwick, New Zealand.2 
Photograph*A photograph of Geoff & Joyce and theuir sons Robin & Christopher circa 1964 at Renwick, Blenhein, New Zealand.
Death*Geoff died in August 1977 at Blenheim Hospital, Marlborough, New Zealand, at age 56. 

Family

Joyce Pauline Miller b. Jun 1921, d. c 1974
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1944 Q2; Lewisham, London; Vol 1d / Page 1513.
  2. [S59] Interview, Pauline Hall.

Arthur Herbert Hall

M, #17, b. December 1900, d. 24 May 1980
Father*Edward George Hall b. 1873, d. 8 Sep 1965
Mother*Agnes Edith Annie Hawkins b. 1868
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth Reg*His birth was registered during the quarter ending December 1900 in the Guildford, Surrey registration district.1,2 
Arthur Herbert Hall was the son of Edward George Hall and Agnes Edith Annie Hawkins
(Son) Census 1901He was listed as the son of Edward George Hall in the 1901 census at Lower Manor Rd, Farncombe, Godalming, Surrey.3
(Son) Census 1911He was listed as the son of Edward George Hall in the 1911 census at 55 Lower Manor Rd, Farncombe, Godalming, Surrey.4
Occupation*Arthur Herbert Hall was a fitter & turner with the Aldershot and District Traction Company in Guildford after completing his trade apprenticeship in Birmingham. He served over 50 years with the Aldershot and District (affectionately known as the "'ave a shot an' risk it"), cycling to work everyday from his home at 17, The Oval in Farncombe to the depot in Guildford. between 1920 and 1974.
Marr Reg*The marriage of Arthur Herbert Hall and Madelaine Murray Marshall was registered during the quarter ending March 1920 in the Guildford, Surrey registration district.5 
Death*Arthur died on 24 May 1980 at 17 The Oval, Farncombe, Godalming, Surrey, at age 79. 

Family

Madelaine Murray Marshall b. 21 Mar 1893, d. Dec 1966
Children

Citations

  1. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 606; Folio: 5; Page: 4.
  2. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1900 Q4; Guildford, Surrey; Vol 2a / Page 98.
  3. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 606; Folio: 5; Page: 4.
  4. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN308.
  5. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1920 Q1; Guildford, Surrey.

Suzanne Pauline Hall

F, #18, b. 23 March 1946
Father*Arthur Geoffrey Hall b. 19 May 1921, d. Aug 1977
Mother*Joyce Pauline Miller b. Jun 1921, d. c 1974
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Suzanne Pauline Hall was born on 23 March 1946 at London
She is the daughter of Arthur Geoffrey Hall and Joyce Pauline Miller
Photograph*A photograph of David & his cousin Suzanne circa 1948 at "Newlands", Yew Tree Rd, Witley, Surrey.
Marriage*Suzanne Pauline Hall married Jim Hope circa 1964. 
Divorce*Suzanne and Jim were divorced after 1980; after the death of Sherry. 
Marriage*Suzanne Pauline Hall married Barry Anderson circa 1985. 
Address* As of March 2006, Suzanne Pauline Hall lived at Uretane, Waimate RD9, New Zealand

Family

Jim Hope b. c 1945
Children

Joyce Pauline Miller

F, #19, b. June 1921, d. circa 1974
Father*Frederick Miller b. c 1890
Mother*Blanche Redfern b. Sep 1891
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth Reg*Her birth was registered during the quarter ending June 1921 in the Camberwell, London registration district.1 
Joyce Pauline Miller was the daughter of Frederick Miller and Blanche Redfern
Marr Reg*The marriage of Joyce Pauline Miller and Arthur Geoffrey Hall was registered during the quarter ending June 1944 in the Lewisham, Kent registration district.2 
EmigrationJoyce and Arthur emigrated in 1947 to Marlborough, New Zealand
Photograph*A photograph of Geoff & Joyce and theuir sons Robin & Christopher circa 1964 at Renwick, Blenhein, New Zealand.
Death*Joyce died circa 1974 at Marlborough, New Zealand

Family

Arthur Geoffrey Hall b. 19 May 1921, d. Aug 1977
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1921 Q2; Camberwell, London; Vol 1d / Page 1583.
  2. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1944 Q2; Lewisham, London; Vol 1d / Page 1513.

David Andrew Hall

M, #20, b. 27 April 1963
Father*Arthur Geoffrey Hall b. 19 May 1921, d. Aug 1977
Mother*Joyce Pauline Miller b. Jun 1921, d. c 1974
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*David Andrew Hall was born on 27 April 1963 at Marlborough, New Zealand
He is the son of Arthur Geoffrey Hall and Joyce Pauline Miller
Residence*David Andrew Hall lived in 2002 at Marlborough, New Zealand

Lorraine Blanche Hall

F, #21, b. 1 April 1950
Father*Arthur Geoffrey Hall b. 19 May 1921, d. Aug 1977
Mother*Joyce Pauline Miller b. Jun 1921, d. c 1974
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Lorraine Blanche Hall was born on 1 April 1950 at Marlborough, New Zealand
She is the daughter of Arthur Geoffrey Hall and Joyce Pauline Miller
Marriage*Lorraine Blanche Hall married Brian Arthur Anderson
Marriage*Lorraine Blanche Hall married Wayne Stratford on 18 February 1992 at Tapawera, New Zealand

Family

Brian Arthur Anderson b. 18 Jun 1950
Children

Christopher Hall

M, #22, b. 2 February 1954
Father*Arthur Geoffrey Hall b. 19 May 1921, d. Aug 1977
Mother*Joyce Pauline Miller b. Jun 1921, d. c 1974
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Christopher Hall was born on 2 February 1954 at Marlborough, New Zealand
He is the son of Arthur Geoffrey Hall and Joyce Pauline Miller
(Witness) PhotographA photograph of Geoff & Joyce and theuir sons Robin & Christopher circa 1964 at Renwick, Blenhein, New Zealand.
Marriage*Christopher Hall married Karen (?) circa 1978. 
Marriage*Christopher Hall married Karen Wallace circa 1995 at Furneaux Lodge, Marlborough Sounds, Marlborough, New Zealand
Address* As of March 2006, Christopher Hall lived at Islington Gardens, Rowberrys Road, Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand

Family 1

Karen (?) b. c 1958
Children

Family 2

Karen Wallace b. c 1958
Children

Robin Martin Hall

M, #23, b. circa 1956
Father*Arthur Geoffrey Hall b. 19 May 1921, d. Aug 1977
Mother*Joyce Pauline Miller b. Jun 1921, d. c 1974
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Robin Martin Hall was born circa 1956 at Marlborough, New Zealand
He is the son of Arthur Geoffrey Hall and Joyce Pauline Miller
(Witness) PhotographA photograph of Geoff & Joyce and theuir sons Robin & Christopher circa 1964 at Renwick, Blenhein, New Zealand.
Marriage*Robin Martin Hall married Rhyll (?) circa 1989. 
Address* As of March 2006, Robin Martin Hall lived at Alice Springs, Australia

Family

Rhyll (?) b. c 1961
Children

Jacquline Mary Hall

F, #24, b. 19 February 1959
Father*Arthur Geoffrey Hall b. 19 May 1921, d. Aug 1977
Mother*Joyce Pauline Miller b. Jun 1921, d. c 1974
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Jacquline Mary Hall was born on 19 February 1959 at Marlborough, New Zealand
She is the daughter of Arthur Geoffrey Hall and Joyce Pauline Miller
Marriage*Jacquline Mary Hall married Donald Rhys McFadden circa 1986 at Brisbane, Queensland

Family

Donald Rhys McFadden b. 14 Jul 1957
Children

Capt. George Marshall

M, #25, b. 31 March 1850, d. 19 February 1921
Father*Murray Marshall b. 31 Oct 1823, d. 15 Jan 1870
Mother*Eliza Gibbs b. 18 Oct 1827, d. 20 Aug 1910
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Richard Marshall - descendants
Birth*George was born at Godalming, Surrey, on 31 March 1850.1 
He was the son of Murray Marshall and Eliza Gibbs
BaptismCapt. George Marshall was baptized on 23 April 1850 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.2,3 
(Son) Census 1851He was listed as the son of Murray Marshall in the 1851 census at Godalming, Surrey.4
(Son) Census 1861He was listed as the son of Murray Marshall in the 1861 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey. Timber Merchant ... 800 acres, 30 men and 10 boys.5
Schoolatte*George was listed on the roll as a student at Rugby School, Rugby, Warwickshire, in 1866. The entry for George in the Rugby School Register 1858-1891 (Revised) reads as follows: Marshall, George son of Murray Marshall Esq., Godalming, Surrey. Aged 15, March 31. Left 1866 Hutchinson. Sometime in business at Godalming. Middlesex Yeomanry. Served in Zulu War, 1879, in command of Marshall's Horse. Medal & Clasp. After Boer War settled in Natal till 1900. Of Broadwater, Godalming. Died Feb 19, 1921.6 
(Son) Census 1871He was listed as the son of Eliza Marshall in the 1871 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.7
NoteServed in the Middlesex Yeomanry Cavalry: appointed as a Cornet 26 April 1873; promoted 1 June 1873 to Lieutentant; and on the 3 October 1877 to Captain.8,9
NoteHe should not be confused with the George Marshall who held similar rank and served in the Langeberg Campaign. During the Anglo-Boer War that George Marshall commanded the First City which, later during the war, became known as Marshall's Horse. 
Photograph*A photograph of George and his fiancee, Sarah Pepworth in fancy dress as "Jack & Jill". before 4 July 1883 at Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa.
Marriage*He married Sarah Eleanor Pepworth at Pietermaritzburg on 4 July 1883.10
NoteNational Archives of South Africa
George Marshall applies for a Civil Service appointment. 
Residence*Capt. George Marshall lived in 1885 at The Dargle, Natal, South Africa; Farmer.11 
NoteGeorge Marshall, The Darrgle, applies for appointment of forest officer for The Dargle and Ipolela.
NoteNational Archives of South Africa
George Marshall applies for appointment as Forestry Officer for The Darge and Ipolela. 
NoteArrival Southampton with two children.
Class: BT26: Piece:35: item:19.
Marr Reg*The marriage of Capt. George Marshall and Edith Jane Hull was registered during the quarter ending June 1896 in the Marylebone, London registration district.12 
Occupation*His was Land Agent and Valuer in 1901. 
Census 1901*He was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at 27 Hans Rd, Kensington, London.13
NoteFarncombe manor was bought by Mrs. Sarah Marshall, and belonged, in 1911, to Mr. George Marshall, her grandson.
Census 1911*He was listed as head of household in the 1911 census at 6 Seymour St, Portman Square, London.14
Will*He made a will at Broadwater, Godalming, Surrey, on 8 November 1912.
ResidenceCapt. George Marshall lived on 8 November 1912 at 6 Seymour St, Portman Square, London
Telephone*His telephone number was Mayfair 3332 in 1916 at 6 Seymour St, Portman Square, London
Death*George died on 19 February 1921 at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey, at age 70.15 
Burial*His body was interred on 23 February 1921 at Busbridge, Godalming, Surrey
Obituary*He was the subject of an obituary in the Surrey Advertiser. on 26 February 1921 at Godalming, Surrey.16
ProbateHis estate was granted probate on 12 August 1921; probate granted to Mary Olive Zambra of Midstead, Southampton in the County of Hants (wife of Nelson Zambra) formerly Marshall, spinster daughter of deceased and Howard Murray Marshall of The Bridge, Godalming aforesaid Captain HM Army son of decease, the surviving Executors named in the said Will. Effects: £2,848/6/7, re-sworn £4,678/13/6.

Family

Sarah Eleanor Pepworth b. 11 Oct 1859, d. 29 Aug 1890
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1850 Q2; Guildford, Surrey; Vol 4 / Page 186.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  3. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/1.
  4. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1594; Folio: 768; Page: 40.
  5. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 429; Folio: 101; Page: 12.
  6. [S2] , Rugby School Register.
  7. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 814; Folio: 81; Page: 14.
  8. [S15] Stonham Charles and Benson Freeman Edited By J S Judd, Middlesex Yeomanry 1797-1927.
  9. [S40] Army List, April - June 1873; April 1876; June 1880.
  10. [S3] Natal Witness, 5 July 1883.
  11. [S39] Natal Almanac.
  12. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1896 Q2; Marylebone, London; Vol 1a / Page 145.
  13. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 34; Folio: 39; Page: 18.
  14. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN537 Schedule 89.
  15. [S75] The Times, London, "22 Feb 1921; Page 1; DEATHS."
  16. [S41] Surrey Advertiser, 26 Feb 1921.

Murray Marshall

M, #26, b. 31 October 1823, d. 15 January 1870
Father*George Marshall b. 13 Nov 1788, d. 24 Dec 1853
Mother*Sarah Alexander b. 1797, d. 10 Mar 1874
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors (#1)
David Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors (#2)
Richard Marshall - descendants
BirthMurray Marshall was born on 28 August 1823 at Godalming, Surrey.1 
Baptism*He was baptized on 31 October 1823 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.2,3 
He was the son of George Marshall and Sarah Alexander
BiographyHe is recorded as having donated £10=00 by subscription to the "improvement" of St Peters & St Pauls, Godalming in 1839. 
(Son) Census 1841He was listed as the son of George Marshall in the 1841 census at Bridge St, Godalming, Surrey.4
Marriage*He married Eliza Gibbs on 8 February 1849.5
(father) BaptismAs Capt. George Marshall's father, Murray presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 23 April 1850.2,3 
Census 1851*He was listed as head of household in the 1851 census at Godalming, Surrey.6
(father) BaptismAs Bryant Marshall's father, Murray presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 3 October 1851.2,3 
(father) BaptismAs Murray Wyatt Marshall's father, Murray presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 3 November 1852.2,3 
(father) BaptismAs Millicent Marshall's father, Murray presented her at her baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 21 May 1854.2,3 
Biography*He was appointed a Commissioner of the Godalming Navigation in 1854.7 
(father) BaptismAs Lionel Hasler Marshall's father, Murray presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 16 November 1855.2,3 
Note*Mayor of Guildford's dinner was held in the Angel Hotel, with over 60 people attending, including Capt Alexander Marshall and his brother Murray Marshall. 
(father) BaptismAs Oswald Percival Marshall's father, Murray presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 5 August 1857.2,3 
(father) BaptismAs Constance Emily Marshall's father, Murray presented her at her baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 6 November 1859.2,3 
Census 1861*He was listed as head of household in the 1861 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey. Timber Merchant ... 800 acres, 30 men and 10 boys.8
(father) BaptismAs Octavia Marshall's father, Murray presented her at her baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 9 June 1861.2,3 
(father) BaptismAs Walter Douglas Marshall's father, Murray presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 1 February 1863.3,2 
Occupation* In 1866 at Godalming, Surrey,Murray Marshall was a barge-owner. A Guildford Almanack of 1866 gives the names of five barge-carriers, including that of Seward & Co., and also names a Mr W. Mills as a barge-owner. Thirty years later the principal carrying fleet on the Wey was owned by William Steven & Son of Guildford. Mr Murray Marshall of Godalming was the principal trader on the upper reaches of the Wey and shipped much timber from Arundel.9 
NoteThe opening match of the newly-formed Broadwater Cricket Club takes place at Broadwater Park, amid much celebration.
There were toasts enthusiastically drunk to the health of Mrs Marshall of Broadwater House, and to Murray Marshall, with three ringing cheers, as was the toast to Alexander Marshall (proposed by Julius Caesar). 
Will*He made a will on 21 October 1869.
Death*Murray died on 15 January 1870 at Godalming, Surrey, at age 46.10 
Burial*His body was interred on 21 January 1870 at Godalming, Surrey, at Busbridge. On 21 January 1870 Murray's six sons (aged seven to nineteen) lead the funeral procession, immediately followed by his brothers, Alexander, Frederick and Henry. The procession walks two miles from Bridge House, Godalming, to Busbridge Church.. 
ProbateHis estate was granted probate on 8 March 1870 at London. The Will with a Codicil of Murray Marshall late of Broadwater Godalming in the county of Surrey timber merchant deceased who died 15 January 1870 at Broadwateraforesaid was proved at the principal registry by the oath of Eliza Marshall of the Bridge Godalming aforesaid Widow the Relict the sole executrix.
Effects under Pstlg40,000.
Note*Arrival Southampton with two children.
Class: BT26: Piece:35: item:19.

Family

Eliza Gibbs b. 18 Oct 1827, d. 20 Aug 1910
Children

Citations

  1. [S92] Marshall Family Bible.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  3. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/1.
  4. [S52] Census Records, 1841 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1073; Folio: 15; Page: 23.
  5. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1899; West Hampnett, Sussex; VII/615.
  6. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1594; Folio: 768; Page: 40.
  7. [S7] Godalming Navigation Register of Traffic.
  8. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 429; Folio: 101; Page: 12.
  9. [S16] P A L Vine, London's Lost Route to the Sea, page 121.
  10. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Guildford 2A/57 1Q 1870 Age 46.

Eliza Gibbs

F, #27, b. 18 October 1827, d. 20 August 1910
Father*William Gibbs b. c 1796, d. b 23 Apr 1875
Mother*Charlotte Gater b. c 1806, d. 23 Apr 1875
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors (#1)
David Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors (#2)
Richard Marshall - descendants
BirthEliza Gibbs was born on 12 October 1827 at West Itchenor, Sussex.1 
Baptism*Eliza was baptised on 18 October 1827 at West Itchenor, Sussex.2 
She was the daughter of William Gibbs and Charlotte Gater
(Daughter) Census 1841She was listed as the daughter of William Gibbs in the 1841 census at Itchenor House, West Itchenor, Sussex.3
Marriage*She married Murray Marshall on 8 February 1849.4
(mother) BaptismEliza, as Capt. George Marshall's mother, presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 23 April 1850.5,6 
Census 1851*She was listed as the wife of Murray Marshall in the 1851 census at Godalming, Surrey.7
(mother) BaptismEliza, as Bryant Marshall's mother, presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 3 October 1851.5,6 
(mother) BaptismEliza, as Murray Wyatt Marshall's mother, presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 3 November 1852.5,6 
(mother) BaptismEliza, as Millicent Marshall's mother, presented her at her baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 21 May 1854.5,6 
(mother) BaptismEliza, as Lionel Hasler Marshall's mother, presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 16 November 1855.5,6 
(mother) BaptismEliza, as Oswald Percival Marshall's mother, presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 5 August 1857.5,6 
(mother) BaptismEliza, as Constance Emily Marshall's mother, presented her at her baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 6 November 1859.5,6 
Census 1861*She was listed as the wife of Murray Marshall in the 1861 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey. Timber Merchant ... 800 acres, 30 men and 10 boys.8
(mother) BaptismEliza, as Octavia Marshall's mother, presented her at her baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 9 June 1861.5,6 
(mother) BaptismEliza, as Walter Douglas Marshall's mother, presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 1 February 1863.6,5 
Probate*Eliza Marshall was named an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Murray Marshall on 8 March 1870 at London; The Will with a Codicil of Murray Marshall late of Broadwater Godalming in the county of Surrey timber merchant deceased who died 15 January 1870 at Broadwateraforesaid was proved at the principal registry by the oath of Eliza Marshall of the Bridge Godalming aforesaid Widow the Relict the sole executrix.
Effects under Pstlg40,000.
Census 1871*She was listed as head of household in the 1871 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.9
Note*She is recorded in the will of Sarah Marshall as being her daughter-in-law, widow of Murray.10 
Census 1881*She was listed as head of household in the 1881 census at Bridge St, Godalming, Surrey.11
Biography*Kelly's Directory 1882 lists Elizabeth Marshall who resided at "The Bridge" as Widow.12 
Census 1891*She was listed as head of household in the 1891 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.13
Census 1901*She was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.14
Death*Eliza died on 20 August 1910 at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey, at age 82.15,16 
Burial*Her body was interred at Busbridge, Godalming, Surrey

Family

Murray Marshall b. 31 Oct 1823, d. 15 Jan 1870
Children

Citations

  1. [S92] Marshall Family Bible.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C070681.
  3. [S52] Census Records, 1841 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1103; Folio: 5; Page: 4.
  4. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1899; West Hampnett, Sussex; VII/615.
  5. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  6. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/1.
  7. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1594; Folio: 768; Page: 40.
  8. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 429; Folio: 101; Page: 12.
  9. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 814; Folio: 81; Page: 14.
  10. [S37] Will of Sarah Marshall.
  11. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 779; Folio: 106; Page: 8.
  12. [S35] Kelly's Surrey County Directory, 1882.
  13. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 516; Folio: 96; Page: 1.
  14. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 606; Folio: 51; Page: 1.
  15. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Guildford 2A/73 3Q 1910 Age 82.
  16. [S75] The Times, London, "22/Aug/1910; Page 1; DEATHS."

Major Murray Marshall

M, #28, b. 11 July 1890, d. 23 December 1944
Father*Capt. George Marshall b. 31 Mar 1850, d. 19 Feb 1921
Mother*Sarah Eleanor Pepworth b. 11 Oct 1859, d. 29 Aug 1890
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Richard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Name VariationMajor Murray Marshall was also known as Howard Murray Marshall. 
Birth*Murray was born at The Dargle, Natal, South Africa, on 11 July 1890.1 
He was the son of Capt. George Marshall and Sarah Eleanor Pepworth
BaptismMajor Murray Marshall was baptized on 28 September 1890 at Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa; Church of England.
Census 1901*Major Murray Marshall appeared in the 1901 census at Ashdown House, Forest Row, East Grinstead, Sussex.2
EducationMajor Murray Marshall was educated circa 1902 at Clifton College, Bristol
EducationMajor Murray Marshall was educated between 1909 and 1910 at Sandhurst Military Academy. 
MilitaryMajor Murray Marshall was The Army List of 1921 records Murray's service record as
2nd Lieutenant Royal Fusiliers 20 April 1910;
Lieutenant Royal Fusiliers;
Capt Royal Fusiliers;
Staff Capt 123rd Infantry Brigade 18 Oct 1915 - 31 Oct 1915;
Staff Capt 124th Infantry Brigade 31 Oct 1915 - 12 Feb 1917;
DAQMG 10th Army Corps 13 Feb 1917 - 23 Sept 1918.

Army Lists after 1921 do not show Howard, so one would expect his record to be in place in WO374, however, it is not. It is possible it has not yet been released, or that it has simply been lost.

In 1915 he was awarded the Military Cross.
Page p.1691 of the London Gazette ZJ1/620 announces his decoration. It does not give further details.

The 1st Battalion (7th Foot) Royal Fusiliers were in the 17th Brigade of the 6th Division during 1915.
The 17th Brigade War Diary for 1915 is in WO95/1613.
The Diary gives no mention of Howard Marshall by name nor indicates for what action he was awarded the medal. between 1910 and 1921.
Note*Murray Marshall was granted the Freedom of the City of London, through patrimony.
(Executor) ProbateMary Olive Marshall B.E.M was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Capt. George Marshall on 12 August 1921; probate granted to Mary Olive Zambra of Midstead, Southampton in the County of Hants (wife of Nelson Zambra) formerly Marshall, spinster daughter of deceased and Howard Murray Marshall of The Bridge, Godalming aforesaid Captain HM Army son of decease, the surviving Executors named in the said Will. Effects: £2,848/6/7, re-sworn £4,678/13/6.
Address* As of 1925, Major Murray Marshall lived at The Whins, Camberley, Surrey.3 
Marr Reg*The marriage of Murray and Gladys M Harris was registered during the quarter ending June 1929 in the Kensington, London registration district.4 
Marriage*He married Sylvia M Collinson circa 1930. 
Address As of 1940, Major Murray Marshall lived at Le Vielle Demeure, Jersey, Channel Islands.
Will*He made a will at St Peter, Jersey, Channel Islands, on 22 December 1941.
Death*Murray died on 23 December 1944 at Beaumont, Jersey, Channel Islands, at age 54.5
Probate*His estate was granted probate on 1 March 1946; Solicitor Leance l'Hermitte Ogier, 10 Hill St St Helier, Advocate. Replaced by J.F Cornu, 10 Hill St. Probate delayed by War. 
Military*Major Murray Marshall was Murray's 1st WW medals were auctioned by Dix Noonan Webb on 16 September 2010.

Family

Madelaine Murray Marshall b. 21 Mar 1893, d. Dec 1966
Child

Citations

  1. [S92] Marshall Family Bible.
  2. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 905; Folio: 79; Page: 25.
  3. [S84] Telkephone, 1925 "page 321 of 1189."
  4. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, Marriages: 1929 Q2; Kensington, London; Vol 1a / Page 434.
  5. [S75] The Times, London, "25/May/1945: Page 1; DEATHS."

Edith Jane Hull

F, #29, b. 31 October 1849, d. 14 February 1913
Father*George James Hull b. c 1812, d. Sep 1878
Mother*Jane Harris1 b. 27 Dec 1817
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Baptism*Edith was baptised on 31 October 1849 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1 
She was the daughter of George James Hull and Jane Harris.1 
(Daughter) Census 1861She was listed as the daughter of George James Hull in the 1861 census at Westbrook House, Godalming, Surrey.2
(Daughter) Census 1871She was listed as the daughter of George James Hull in the 1871 census at Westbrook House, Godalming, Surrey.3
Marr Reg*The marriage of Edith Jane Hull and Capt. George Marshall was registered during the quarter ending June 1896 in the Marylebone, London registration district.4 
Census 1901*She was listed as the wife of Capt. George Marshall in the 1901 census at 27 Hans Rd, Kensington, London.5
Census 1911*She was listed as the wife of Capt. George Marshall in the 1911 census at 6 Seymour St, Portman Square, London.6
Death*Edith died on 14 February 1913 at age 63. 
Burial*Her body was interred at Busbridge, Godalming, Surrey
ProbateHer estate was granted probate on 26 March 1913; Marshall, Edith Jane of 6 Seymour St Portman St Middlesex (wife of George Marshall) died 4 February 1913
Probate London 26 March to Fanny Mary Hull spinster and Evelyn Heseltine esquire.
Effects Pstlg14083 10s 10d . Resworn Pstlg 14577 18s 6d.

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 429; Folio: 91; Page: 59.
  3. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 814; Folio: 111; Page: 74.
  4. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1896 Q2; Marylebone, London; Vol 1a / Page 145.
  5. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 34; Folio: 39; Page: 18.
  6. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN537 Schedule 89.

Mary Olive Marshall B.E.M

F, #30, b. 2 May 1884, d. 24 June 1972
Father*Capt. George Marshall b. 31 Mar 1850, d. 19 Feb 1921
Mother*Sarah Eleanor Pepworth b. 11 Oct 1859, d. 29 Aug 1890
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Name VariationMary Olive Marshall B.E.M was also known as Olive. 
Birth*Mary was born at Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa, on 2 May 1884.1 
She was the daughter of Capt. George Marshall and Sarah Eleanor Pepworth
BaptismMary was baptised on 1 July 1884 at St Peter's, Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa.
(Witness) NoteShe witnessed the Note of Capt. George Marshall and Murray Marshall on 26 May 1892 at Vessel "Scot"; Arrival Southampton with two children.
Class: BT26: Piece:35: item:19.
Note*Olive kept a diary beteeen 1906 - 1916. Click here to read extracts.
MarriageMary Olive Marshall B.E.M married Captain Nelson Zambra M.C., son of Joseph Caesar Zambra and Nellie Atton, on 15 June 1913 at St Andrew's Church, Sy Marylebone, London.
Marr Reg*The marriage of Mary Olive Marshall B.E.M and Captain Nelson Zambra M.C. was registered during the quarter ending June 1913 in the St Marylebone, London registration district; The marriage took place in June 1913.2 
Probate*Mary Olive Marshall B.E.M was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Capt. George Marshall on 12 August 1921; probate granted to Mary Olive Zambra of Midstead, Southampton in the County of Hants (wife of Nelson Zambra) formerly Marshall, spinster daughter of deceased and Howard Murray Marshall of The Bridge, Godalming aforesaid Captain HM Army son of decease, the surviving Executors named in the said Will. Effects: £2,848/6/7, re-sworn £4,678/13/6.
Biography*Captain of Ladies Golf Club in 1931.
Death*Mary died on 24 June 1972 at age 88; Aged 78. 
Burial*She was buried after 24 June 1972 at St Mary Magdelene, West Tisted, Hampshire.

Family

Captain Nelson Zambra M.C. b. 9 Apr 1882, d. 26 May 1980
Child

Citations

  1. [S92] Marshall Family Bible.
  2. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1913 Q2; Marylebone, London; Vol 1a / Page 1104.

Captain Nelson Zambra M.C.

M, #31, b. 9 April 1882, d. 26 May 1980
Father*Joseph Caesar Zambra b. 22 Nov 1847, d. 24 Sep 1892
Mother*Nellie Atton b. Dec 1857
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
BiographyWho's who dated ??
Birth*Nelson was born at Highgate, London, on 9 April 1882. 
He was the son of Joseph Caesar Zambra and Nellie Atton
(Son) Census 1891He was listed as the son of Joseph Caesar Zambra in the 1891 census at 132 Bishopswood Rd, Highgate, London.1
BiographyAdm. pens. at TRINITY, June 25, 1900. S. of Joseph Caesar, of Northlands. Bishopswood Road, Highgate, London.

B. Apr. 9, 1882, at Highgate.
School, Highgate. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1908.

Served in the 1st Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., Royal Field Artillery; mentioned in dispatches).

In the 2nd Great War, 1939-45 (Squadron-Leader, R.A.F.V.R., 1940-3).

Married
(1) 1905, Ethel Agnes, eldest dau. of James Laughland, and had issue;
(2) 1913, Mary Olive, only dau. of George Marshall, of Broadwater, Godalming.

Of Brooms, Privett, Hants., in 1950.2 
Marr Reg*The marriage of Captain Nelson Zambra M.C. and Ethel Agnes Laughland was registered during the quarter ending June 1905 in the Edmonton, Essex registration district.3 
Probate*Captain Nelson Zambra M.C. was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Ethel Agnes Laughland on 22 March 1912. 
MarriageCaptain Nelson Zambra M.C. married Mary Olive Marshall B.E.M, daughter of Capt. George Marshall and Sarah Eleanor Pepworth, on 15 June 1913 at St Andrew's Church, Sy Marylebone, London.
Marr Reg*The marriage of Captain Nelson Zambra M.C. and Mary Olive Marshall B.E.M was registered during the quarter ending June 1913 in the St Marylebone, London registration district; The marriage took place in June 1913.4 
Biography*Cited on his son Warren's War Graves Commission record as being Capt. Nelson Zambra (formerly Royal Artillery). Cited on his son Roger's War Graves Commission record as being Sqdn. Ldr Nelson Zambra. 
Telephone*His telephone number was Ropley 11 in 1924 at West Tisted Manor, Hampshire
AnecdoteDuring WWII Nelson was an "Official Pigeon Shooter" according to Ron Hall. 
TelephoneHis telephone number was Privett 227 in 1958 at Brooms, Privett, Hampshire
Will*He made a will on 21 April 1978. 
Death*Nelson died on 26 May 1980 at age 98. 
Burial*He was buried after 26 May 1980 at St Mary Magdelene, West Tisted, Hampshire.

Family 1

Ethel Agnes Laughland b. Mar 1880, d. Dec 1911
Children

Family 2

Mary Olive Marshall B.E.M b. 2 May 1884, d. 24 Jun 1972
Child

Citations

  1. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 1061; Folio: 82; Page: 23.
  2. [S35] Kelly's Surrey County Directory.
  3. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1905 Q2; Edmonton, Middlesex; Vol 3a / Page 975.
  4. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1913 Q2; Marylebone, London; Vol 1a / Page 1104.

Sylvia M Collinson

F, #32, b. circa 1900
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Sylvia M Collinson was born circa 1900. 
Marriage*She married Major Murray Marshall circa 1930. 

Murray Wyatt Marshall

M, #33, b. 7 October 1852, d. 28 July 1930
Father*Murray Marshall b. 31 Oct 1823, d. 15 Jan 1870
Mother*Eliza Gibbs b. 18 Oct 1827, d. 20 Aug 1910
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Richard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Murray was born at Godalming, Surrey, on 7 October 1852. 
He was the son of Murray Marshall and Eliza Gibbs
BaptismMurray Wyatt Marshall was baptized on 3 November 1852 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1,2 
Birth RegHis birth was registered during the quarter ending December 1852 in the Guildford, Surrey registration district.3 
(Son) Census 1861He was listed as the son of Murray Marshall in the 1861 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey. Timber Merchant ... 800 acres, 30 men and 10 boys.4
Schoolatte*Murray was listed on the roll as a student at Wellington College, Blackheath, Surrey, in 1864. The register records the following details: .... "Wellington College (Hopetown) 1864-1870 son of M.Marshall; Cap 1868. XI 1870; Rugby International 1873-1878, Captain 1878; Timber Merchant; married 1892 Maud, daughter of W.E.Everitt; died 1930".5 
(Witness) PhotographHenry Marshall is captured in this early photograph together with Murray Marshall, John, Mary & Julia Pontifex circa 1865 at Old Croft, High St, Godalming, Surrey.
BiographyAccording to "The Wisden Book of Cricketer's Lives" he was a member of a family prominently identified with Surrey County Cricket Club since its formation. He was in the Wellington College XI in 1870, played much good class club cricket, and was Hon. Secretary of the Broadwater Cricket Club for well over 50 years. Since 1873 he has been a member of the Surrey Club, on whose committee he has served frequently.6 
(heir) WillIn Sarah Alexander's will on 31 August 1870 Murray was named as an heir.7 
BiographyRepresented England in the International Rugby test match England v. Scotland.8,9 
Apprentice*[Apprentice] was entered into an appenticeship agreement by his guardian [Guardian] on 5 January 1871 at Holborn, London; Murray was taken as an Articled Clerk by John Pontifex for 5 years from 5th January 1871.
(Son) Census 1871He was listed as the son of Eliza Marshall in the 1871 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.10
BiographyIn the publication "The Complete Who's Who of International Rugby" Murray is shown as: Wellington College, Blackheath, Surrey; born 1853 died 1930; Forward, 10-6-3-1 [played, won, drawn, lost] 1873 S=; 1874 S+, 1875 I+S=I+; 1876 S+; 1877 I+S-; 1878 S+I+; [Game: +won -lost =draw S Scotland I Ireland. Once England's record cap holder. Also a Member of Surrey CC committee.
 
Photograph*England v Scotland 1873

Standing (L-R): E.C.Cheston (Law Club), J.E.H.Mackinlay (St.Georges Hospital), M.W.Marshall (Blackheath), H.Freeman (Marlborough Nomads), W.R.B.Fletcher (Marlborough Nomads), S.Morse (Law Club), C.H.Rickards (Gipsies), C.W.Boyle (Oxford University), E.R.Still (Ravenscourt Park), C.H.R.Vanderspar (Richmond). Sitting (L-R): J.E.H.Makinlay (St.Georges Hospital), D.P.Turner (Richmond), F.Stokes (Captain) (Blackheath), F.Luscombe (Gipsies), J.A.Bush (Clifton), F.W.Mills (Marlborough Nomads). On Ground (L-R): H.Marsh (R.I.E. College), J.A.Body (Gipsies), S.Finney (R.I.E. College), Hon H.A.Lawrence (Richmond). on 3 March 1873 at The Oval, London.
Will*In Sarah Marshall's will, Murray was named by Sarah to handle her estate on 9 May 1874 at Godalming, Surrey.7 
PhotographEngland v Ireland on 15 February 1875 at The Oval, London.
PhotographEngland v Scotland 1876

Back Row (L-R): F.H.Lee (Oxford University), H.J.Gragham (Wimbledon Hornets), W.H.Hunt (Preston Grasshoppers), A.W.Pearson (Blackheath), R.Walker (Manchester), W.C.Hutchinson (R.I.E. College). Middle Row (L-R): A.H.Heath (Oxford University), F.R.Adams (Richmond), E.Kewley (Liverpool), W.E.Collins (St.Georges Hospital), L.Stokes (Blackheath), M.W.Marshall (Blackheath). Front Row (L-R): E.C.Cheston (Richmond), R.H.Birkett (Clapham Rovers), T.S.Tetley (Bradford), F.Luscombe (Captain) (Gipsies), J.A.Bush (Clifton), W.C.W.Rawlinson (Blackheath). On Ground: W.Greg (Manchester), G.R.Turner (St.Georges Hospital). on 6 March 1876 at The Oval, London.
NoteHe captained England in the test match against Ireland. 
Note*He was awarded a Certificate of Apprecation by the Borough of Godalming upon retiring as the Captain of the Godalming Fire Brigade after twenty-five years service.
Census 1881*He was listed as the son of Eliza Marshall in the 1881 census at Bridge St, Godalming, Surrey.11
Census 1891*He was listed as a visitor in the 1891 census at Grand Hotel, Brighton, Sussex.12
Directory*Murray Wyatt Marshall was a timber merchant, ship & barge owner. The Wharf, Bridge St. in 1892.13 
Residence*He lived between 1892 and 1930 at "Springwood", Brighton Rd, Godalming, Surrey.
Biography*Murray was a Warden of the Company of Grocers between 1897 and 1900. 
Marriage*He married Alice Maud Everitt at Christchurch on 18 June 1892.
(father) BaptismAs Madelaine Murray Marshall's father, Murray presented her at her baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 23 April 1893.14,15 
BiographyMurray was awarded a certificate of appreciation by the Mayor, Aldermen & Burgesses of the Borough of Godalming as recognition for his services as Honorary Captain of the Godalming Fire Brigade for the previous twenty-five years.
Occupation*He was Timber Merchant in 1901.16 
Census 1901*He was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at Springwood, Brighton Rd, Godalming, Surrey.17
OccupationHe was Master of the Grocer's Company on 6 June 1901 at London.18 
Telephone*His telephone number was Godalming 98x in 1909 at Timber Merchant, Bridge St, Godalming, Surrey
Census 1911*He was listed as head of household in the 1911 census at Godalming, Surrey.19 
Will*He made a will in 1929. 
Death*Murray died on 28 July 1930 at Godalming, Surrey, at age 77.20 
Burial*His body was interred after 28 July 1930 at Busbridge, Godalming, Surrey
Obituary*He was the subject of an obituary in the Surrey Advertiser. in 1930 at Godalming, Surrey.21
ProbateHis estate was granted probate on 7 October 1930 at London.

Family

Alice Maud Everitt b. 31 Jan 1870, d. 15 Mar 1956
Child

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/1.
  3. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Births: 1852, Q4; Guildford, Surrey; Vol 2a / Page [34]5.
  4. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 429; Folio: 101; Page: 12.
  5. [S33] The Wellington College Register 1859-1933.
  6. [S71] Scrum.com, online http://statistics.scrum.com/, http://statistics.scrum.com/rugby_stats_05.asp?ID=EMA22
  7. [S37] Will of Sarah Marshall.
  8. [S75] The Times, London, "16/Mar/1929: Page 6."
  9. [S75] The Times, London, "13/Mar/1929: Page 7."
  10. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 814; Folio: 81; Page: 14.
  11. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 779; Folio: 106; Page: 8.
  12. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 814; Folio: 34; Page: 26.
  13. [S35] Kelly's Surrey County Directory, MWM - timber merchant, ship & barge owner. The Wharf, Godalming.
  14. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C0200029.
  15. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/3.
  16. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 1625 Folio: 136 Page 10 Schedule 57.
  17. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 606; Folio: 128; Page: 2.
  18. [S75] The Times, London, "6 June 1901; Page 5."
  19. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-3092-46.
  20. [S36] Wisden, The Wisden Book of Cricketer's Lives.
  21. [S41] Surrey Advertiser, 26 Feb 1921.

Alice Maud Everitt

F, #34, b. 31 January 1870, d. 15 March 1956
Father*William Edward Everitt b. 28 Jun 1830, d. 22 Apr 1910
Mother*Fanny Barbara Webb b. 1839, d. Sep 1874
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Richard Marshall - descendants
Name-CommHer usual name was Maud. 
BirthAlice Maud Everitt was born on 2 September 1869 at Bromsgrove, Worcestershire.1 
Baptism*Alice was baptised on 31 January 1870 at Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.1 
She was the daughter of William Edward Everitt and Fanny Barbara Webb
(Daughter) Census 1871She was listed as the daughter of William Edward Everitt in the 1871 census at Finstall House, Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.2
Census 1881*She was listed as a student in the 1881 census at Malvern College, Great Malvern, Worcestershire.3
(Daughter) Census 1891She was listed as the daughter of William Edward Everitt in the 1891 census at Finstall House, Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.4
Marriage*She married Murray Wyatt Marshall at Christchurch on 18 June 1892.
(mother) BaptismAlice, as Madelaine Murray Marshall's mother, presented her at her baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 23 April 1893.5,6 
Census 1901*She was listed as the wife of Murray Wyatt Marshall in the 1901 census at Springwood, Brighton Rd, Godalming, Surrey.7
Census 1911*She was listed as the wife of Murray Wyatt Marshall in the 1911 census at Godalming, Surrey.8 
Directory*Alice Maud Everitt was Mrs Murray Marshall, in 1938 at "Inwood", Munstead, Godalming, Surrey.9 
Death*Alice died on 15 March 1956 at Mount Alvernia, Godalming, Surrey, at age 86.10 
Cremation*She was cremation on 21 March 1956 at Woking Crematorium, Woking, Surrey
ProbateHer estate was granted probate on 9 June 1956. 

Family

Murray Wyatt Marshall b. 7 Oct 1852, d. 28 Jul 1930
Child

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C046661.
  2. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 3037; Folio: 122; Page: 17.
  3. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 2919; Folio: 102; Page: 42.
  4. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 2345; Folio: 166; Page: 8.
  5. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C0200029.
  6. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/3.
  7. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 606; Folio: 128; Page: 2.
  8. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-3092-46.
  9. [S35] Kelly's Surrey County Directory.
  10. [S75] The Times, London, "17/Mar/1956; Page 1; DEATHS."

William Edward Everitt

M, #35, b. 28 June 1830, d. 22 April 1910
Father*Allen Everitt b. 1790, d. 26 Mar 1864
Mother*Maria Cherry b. 30 Jan 1801, d. 8 Dec 1883
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Name VariationWilliam Edward Everitt was also known as Everett. 
BirthWilliam Edward Everitt was born on 13 May 1830 at Handsworth, Staffordshire.1,2 
Baptism*William was baptised on 28 June 1830 at St Phillip, Birmingham, Warwickshire.2 
He was the son of Allen Everitt and Maria Cherry
(Son) Census 1841He was listed as the son of Allen Everitt in the 1841 census at Birmingham, Warwickshire.3
(Son) Census 1851He was listed as the son of Allen Everitt in the 1851 census at Custard House, Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.4,5
MarriageWilliam Edward Everitt married Fanny Barbara Webb, daughter of William Webb and Elizabeth (?), on 23 February 1860 at Islington, Middlesex
Marr Reg*The marriage of William Edward Everitt and Fanny Barbara Webb was registered during the quarter ending March 1860 in the Edmonton, Essex registration district.6 
OccupationWilliam Edward Everitt was Metal merchant in 1861.7 
Census 1861*He was listed as head of household in the 1861 census at Edgebaston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.8
Occupation*He was UK Mechanical Engineer Records 1847-1930 in 1864 at Adderley St, Birmingham, Warwickshire
Census 1871*He was listed as head of household in the 1871 census at Finstall House, Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.9
Marriage*He married Emma Lambert on 22 September 1875.10 
BiographyAppointment as Sheriff of Worcestershire.11
Census 1881*He was listed as head of household in the 1881 census at Finstall Park, Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.12
Biography*In Edward Walford's "County Families", he is listed as EVERITT, William Edward Esq of Finstall House Warwickshire. Second son of the late Allen Everitt Esq., of Edgebaston; b 1830. Is a Magistrate for co, Worcester; he purchased this property from the Bretells in 1877. - Finstall House, Bromsgrove; Junior Carlton Club, S.W.13 
ResidenceWilliam Edward Everitt lived on 15 February 1884 at Finstall Park, Bromsgrove, Worcester
(Executor) ProbateGeorge Allen Everitt F.R.G.S was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Maria Cherry on 15 February 1884 at Birmingham, Warwickshire; The Will of Maria Everitt late of Southwood Lodge Edgbaston in the County of Warwick Widow who died 8 December 1883 at Southwood Lodge was proved at Birmingham by George Allen Everitt of Knowle Hall in the said County Esquire William Edward Everitt of Finstall Park Bromsgrove in the County of Worcester Esquire and Fredrick Everitt of King's Heath House King's Heath in the County of Worcester Brewer the Sons the Executors.
Effects Pstlg3,796 3s 4d.
Census 1891*He was listed as head of household in the 1891 census at Finstall House, Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.14
Marriage*He married Mary G (?) after 1891. 
Residence*William Edward Everitt lived circa 1892 at Berry Court, Bournemouth, Dorset
Census 1901*He was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at 45 Portland St, Leamington Priors, Leamington, Warwickshire.15
Death*William died on 22 April 1910 at Sherbourne House, Leamington Spa, Leamington, Warwickshire, at age 79.
Probate*His estate was granted probate on 1 June 1910 at London
Will*He made a will on 31 March 1911.16 

Family 1

Fanny Barbara Webb b. 1839, d. Sep 1874
Children

Family 2

Emma Lambert b. 1846
Children

Citations

  1. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Piece: 2940 Folio: 120 Page 14.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C041795.
  3. [S52] Census Records, 1841 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1140; Folio: 13; Page: 19.
  4. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 2060; Folio: 673; Page: 23.
  5. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), No source information.
  6. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1860 Q1; Edmonton, Essex; Vol 3A / Page 136.
  7. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, RG9/2123-102-1.
  8. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 2123; Folio: 102; Page: 1.
  9. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 3037; Folio: 122; Page: 17.
  10. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, Marriages: 1875 September; Battle, Sussex; Vol 2b / Page 65.
  11. [S83] HMG, 'DSMs awarded', "8 March 1887, page 1222."
  12. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 2940; Folio: 120; Page: 14.
  13. [S8] Edward Walford M.A., County Families, page 344, Everitt, William Edward Esq., of Finstall House, Warwickshire.
  14. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 2345; Folio: 166; Page: 8.
  15. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 2931; Folio: 82; Page: 15.
  16. [S75] The Times, London, "31/Mar/1911: Page 2."

Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG

M, #36, b. 23 September 1829, d. 8 June 1900
Father*George Marshall b. 13 Nov 1788, d. 24 Dec 1853
Mother*Sarah Alexander b. 1797, d. 10 Mar 1874
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
BirthGen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG was born on 26 July 1829 at Edenbridge, Kent
Baptism*He was baptized on 23 September 1829 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey; Born 26 JUly 1829.1,2 
He was the son of George Marshall and Sarah Alexander
Military*Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG was Frederick joins the 10th Hussars in India on 18 September 1849. 
BiographyFrederick played amateur first class cricket from 1854 to 1865 for the MCC. He was described as a "Very steady right hand batsman".3
MilitaryGen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG was Served in Crimea between 1 September 1855 and 26 September 1855. 
NoteCricket biography
President of the United All England Eleven.
Census 1861*He appeared in the 1861 census as a soldier in the at Cavalry Barracks Hospital, Windsor, Berkshire.4 
Residence*He lived before 16 December 1861 at 107 Mount St, London
Marriage*He married Adelaide Laura Howard on 16 December 1861.5
NoteFrederick Marshall was bequeathed his choice of horse from the stable of The Earl of Carslisle in his will.
Apprentice*[Guardian] as guardian of [Apprentice] entered into an appenticeship agreement on 5 January 1871 at Holborn, London; Murray was taken as an Articled Clerk by John Pontifex for 5 years from 5th January 1871.
BiographyThe President of Surrey CCC, Frederick Marshall initiated an appeal on his (Julius Caesar) behalf, declaring that Julius, once a 'plucky, straightforward, honest man, full of fun,' was now in 'the depths of poverty' caused by 'illness and family troubles.' 
Note*Zulu War.6,7 
NoteFrederick Marshall's horse, Tom, his mount in the zululand War of 1879 is buried in the grounds on Catteshall Manor.

The memorial headstone reads:

UNDER THIS OAK TREE TOM RESTS
HE WAS A SURE AND FAITHFULL FRIEND AND NO BETTER HUNTER EVER LIVED
HE RETURNED FROM ZULULAND AFTER GREAT HARDSHIPS WITH HIS OWNER M.GENERAL MARSHALLL TO CARRY AS STRAIGHT AS AN ARROW HIS YOUNG FRIEND CHARLIE FAIRTLOUGH WHO CARED FOR HIM AND WHO WILL NOT SEE HIS LIKE AGAIN.
Census 1881*He was listed as head of household in the 1881 census at 9 Eaton Place, Hanover Square, London.8
(Witness) MarriageHe was a witness at ? ? and (Catherine) Frances Hutchins's wedding at Mayfair, London, in 1883. 
BiographyIn WO31/965 memorandum to the Commander-in-Chief for 1849 is the correspondence relating to Frederick Marshall's appointment as Cornet to the 10th Dragoons. This includes a letter from Frederick accepting the appointment with the 10th Dragoons. Also included is Frederick's baptism certificate, which was usually needed for such an appointment. There is also a letter from Downing Street saying that Frederick's father is anxious to purchase, or loan, a commission for his son in a cavalry regiment now serving in India. There is finally a letter acknowledging the receipt of the sum of £840 to purchase the commission for Frederick. Commissions were commonly purchased (and sold) at this time.9
 
BiographyGen Sir Frederick Marshall was recorded in the seventh edition of Burke's Landed Gentry.10
Biography*The third son of George and Sarah Marshall, he had a distinguished military career. He joined the 10th Hussars on 18th September 1849 in India as a Cornet. He then became a Lieutenant on 16th September 1851, and joined the 1st Dragoons on 14th October 1851. He later joined the 2nd Life Guards on 2nd March 1855 as aide-de-camp and Master of the Horse to the Earl of Carlisle in Ireland. He served in Crimea 1855 at the age of 26 and in the Zulu War of 1870.

He became Commanding Officer of the 2nd Life Guards in 1864 and held that rank until his retirement in 1873 (after 24 years in Regiment) with the rank of Lieutenant-General. The Army List of 1870 records that Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Marshall had 21 years service and that he served in the Crimea from 1-26 September 1855 as aide de camp to Sir James Scarlett (medal with clasp for Sebastopool and Turkish medal). From his service record we know the dates of promotion were: Cornet 18 Sept 1849; Lieutenant 6 Sept 1851; Captain 4 Feb 1859, Major & Lt Colonel 6 Mar 1863; Lt Colonel 8 Mar 1864; Colonel 6 Mar 1868; Major General 20 Oct 1877; Lt. General 5 Sept 1884. In 1890 at the age of 60 he became Colonel of Regiment - The Royal Dragoons (1st Dragoons). On 5 May 1894, His Majesty William II, German Emperor and King of Prussia, KG became the Colonel in Chief of the 1st (Royal) Dragoons.

Fred's fluency in German made him a favourite with the Kaiser and this was the reason that Queen Victoria chose the 1st Royal Dragoon Guards to honour her nephew. The Queen, upon the occasion of her Diamond Jubilee in 1897, conferred upon him the honour of Knighthood.

Fred had an abiding interest in cricket, representing Surrey in 1857. He was also Captain of United XI of England (year unknown). It is interesting that in cricket archives his height is recorded as being 6'3". He succeeded his uncle as President of Surrey Country Cricket Club in 1867. In 1886 Fred was elected master of Chiddingfold Hounds. Again elected as master in 1895, and his second term lasted five seasons until his death in 1900 at the age of 71.

In local life, Fred was a Commissioner of the Godalming Navigation, serving with his brothers (Murray and George) and nephew (Murray Wyatt), becoming a commissioner on 19 Apr 1876. Elected to the Town Council in 1892, he served on every committee during the following eight years. In his capacity as a director of L & S W Railway Company he was mainly responsible for the building of Farncombe Railway Station. This would have made the arrival at his home at Broadwater and the cricket ground much easier. Early in 1900 he was elected Alderman of the Borough of Godalming, but died in June of that year.

Kelly's of 1882 lists Major General Sir F. Marshall CMG, JP of Broadwater as a principal landowner in Godalming District.

His London clubs were Marlborough, Army & Navy and United Services & Batchelors.
Will*He left a will on 18 June 1890 at Godalming, Surrey.
Census 1891*He was listed as head of household in the 1891 census at Broadwater, Godalming, Surrey.11
Misc*Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG was Visit of the German Emperor on 29 November 1899.12 
Occupation*He was Company Director - Union Company and London & SW Railway on 13 January 1900.13,14 
Death*Frederick died on 8 June 1900 at age 70. 
Burial*His body was interred after 8 June 1900 at Brookwood, Surrey, at Brookwood Cemetery. Epitaph: "A faithful soldier and servant of our Lord Jesus Christ".15,16,17
Obituary*He was the subject of an obituary His obituary was published in The Times and in the Surrey Advertiser. on 10 June 1900 at Guildford, Surrey.18,19
ProbateHis estate was granted probate on 21 June 1900. 

Family

Adelaide Laura Howard b. 21 Sep 1839, d. 15 Mar 1916
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/1.
  3. [S60] Philip Thern & Peter Wynne-Thomas Philip Bailey, Who's Who in Cricket.
  4. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 761; Folio: 161; Page: 1.
  5. [S75] The Times, London, "17/Dec/1861; Page 1; MARRIAGES."
  6. [S75] The Times, London, "12/Sep/1879: Page 10."
  7. [S75] The Times, London, "13/Jun/1879: Page 10."
  8. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 99; Folio: 11; Page: 15.
  9. [S31] "WO31/965."
  10. [S5] Sir Bernard Burke, Burke's Landed Gentry, Marshall of Broadwater, page 1226.
  11. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 516; Folio: 67; Page: 25.
  12. [S75] The Times, London, "29/Nov/1899: Page 7."
  13. [S75] The Times, London, "13/Jan/1900: Page 9."
  14. [S75] The Times, London, "22/Jun/1900: Page 6."
  15. [S75] The Times, London, "13/Jun/1900; Page 9."
  16. [S75] The Times, London, "12/jun/1900: Page 6."
  17. [S75] The Times, London, "11/Jun/1900; Page 112."
  18. [S62] Surrey Advertiser, 'Death of Gen Sir Frederick Marshall.'
  19. [S75] The Times, London, "9/June/1900: Page 12."

Sarah Alexander

F, #37, b. 1797, d. 10 March 1874
Father*James Alexander b. 1754, d. Jan 1818
Mother*Ann (?) b. c 1766
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Richard Marshall - descendants
Residence*Sarah Alexander and George Marshall lived at Bridge St, Godalming.1 
Birth*Sarah Alexander was born in 1797 at Edenbridge, Kent
She was the daughter of James Alexander and Ann (?)
(Witness) MarriageShe was a witness at Allen Marshall and Mary Elizabeth Alexander's wedding at Edenbridge, Kent, on 20 February 1819.2 
Marriage*She married George Marshall at Edenbridge on 1 February 1820.3
(mother) BaptismSarah, as Capt Alexander Marshall's mother, presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 27 December 1820.4,5 
(mother) BaptismSarah, as George Marshall's mother, presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 18 July 1822.4,5 
(mother) BaptismSarah, as Murray Marshall's mother, presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 31 October 1823.4,1 
(mother) BaptismSarah, as Emily Marshall's mother, presented her at her baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 26 March 1828.4,1 
(mother) BaptismSarah, as Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG's mother, presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 23 September 1829; Born 26 JUly 1829.4,1 
(mother) BaptismSarah, as Col. Henry Marshall's mother, presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 18 May 1831.4,1 
Census 1841*She was listed as the wife of George Marshall in the 1841 census at Bridge St, Godalming, Surrey.6
Census 1851*She was listed as the wife of George Marshall in the 1851 census at Broadwater, Godalming, Surrey.7
Settlement* There is record in the Surrey Archives of litigation in 1860 concerning the Settlement of Marriage between Henry Marshall and Alice Heath.8
(Witness) MarriageShe was a witness at Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG and Adelaide Laura Howard's wedding at St Paul, Knightsbridge, London, on 16 December 1861.9
(Witness) NoteSarah Marshall witnessed the Note of Murray Marshall and Capt Alexander Marshall on 7 May 1867; The opening match of the newly-formed Broadwater Cricket Club takes place at Broadwater Park, amid much celebration.
There were toasts enthusiastically drunk to the health of Mrs Marshall of Broadwater House, and to Murray Marshall, with three ringing cheers, as was the toast to Alexander Marshall (proposed by Julius Caesar). 
Will*She made a will on 31 August 1870.10 
Census 1871*She was listed as head of household in the 1871 census at Broadwater, Godalming, Surrey.11
Note*In 1873 Sarah Marshall was one of the largest landowner in Surrey with 3,012 Acres.
NoteSarah increases the provision, in the trust for Alexander's reputed children, from £ 2400 to £ 4000.
She substitutes Frederick Marshall for Thomas Shearburn as Trustee. 
Death*Sarah died on 10 March 1874 at The Cottage, Munstead Heath, Godalming, Surrey; Sarah dies aged 76 at Munstead, Godalming. Widow of George Marshall, a Timber Merchant. Cause of death certified as apoplexy.
Reported on 13th March by G F H La Fargue, of Lee Place, Godalming, present at death. 
BurialHer body was interred after 10 March 1874 at Godalming, Surrey, at St Peter & St Paul. The inscription on the North side of the vault reads: "Widow of the late George Marshall of Broadwater". She is buried with her husband (George) and their sons (George, Alexander).
Probate*Her estate was granted probate on 9 May 1874 at London.10
Will*She made a will at Godalming, Surrey, on 9 May 1874.10 

Family

George Marshall b. 13 Nov 1788, d. 24 Dec 1853
Children

Citations

  1. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/1.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M020543.
  3. [S75] The Times, London, "Issue of 3rd February 1820."
  4. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  5. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
  6. [S52] Census Records, 1841 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1073; Folio: 15; Page: 23.
  7. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1594; Folio: 687; Page: 26.
  8. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: 1266/9/1.
  9. [S75] The Times, London, "17/Dec/1861; Page 1; MARRIAGES."
  10. [S37] Will of Sarah Marshall.
  11. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 814; Folio: 56; Page: 5.

Bryant Marshall

M, #38, b. 7 September 1851, d. 23 April 1895
Father*Murray Marshall b. 31 Oct 1823, d. 15 Jan 1870
Mother*Eliza Gibbs b. 18 Oct 1827, d. 20 Aug 1910
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Bryant was born at Godalming, Surrey, on 7 September 1851. 
He was the son of Murray Marshall and Eliza Gibbs
BaptismBryant Marshall was baptized on 3 October 1851 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1,2 
(Son) Census 1861He was listed as the son of Murray Marshall in the 1861 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey. Timber Merchant ... 800 acres, 30 men and 10 boys.3
(Son) Census 1871He was listed as the son of Eliza Marshall in the 1871 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.4
(Son) Census 1881He was listed as the son of Eliza Marshall in the 1881 census at Bridge St, Godalming, Surrey.5
Marriage*He married Ada Emily Phillips on 20 July 1889.6 
Census 1891*He was listed as head of household in the 1891 census at Langham, Godalming, Surrey.7
Death*Bryant died on 23 April 1895 at age 43; age at death: 43.8 
Burial*His body was interred after 23 April 1895 at Busbridge, Godalming, Surrey
ProbateHis estate was granted probate on 25 May 1895 at London; MARSHALL Bryant of Langham Godalming Surrey died 23 April 1895
Probate London 25 May to Ada Emily widow.
Effects Pstlg 1512 17s 2d.

Family

Ada Emily Phillips b. 15 Oct 1854, d. 18 Jan 1927
Child

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/1.
  3. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 429; Folio: 101; Page: 12.
  4. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 814; Folio: 81; Page: 14.
  5. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 779; Folio: 106; Page: 8.
  6. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M147901.
  7. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 562; Folio: 8; Page: 10.
  8. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Deaths: 1895 Q2; Guldford, Surrey; Vol 2a / Page 56.

Millicent Marshall

F, #39, b. 9 April 1854, d. 29 December 1918
Father*Murray Marshall b. 31 Oct 1823, d. 15 Jan 1870
Mother*Eliza Gibbs b. 18 Oct 1827, d. 20 Aug 1910
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Millicent Marshall was born on 9 April 1854 at Godalming, Surrey
She was the daughter of Murray Marshall and Eliza Gibbs
BaptismMillicent Marshall was baptized on 21 May 1854 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1,2 
Name Variation As of 1861, Millicent Marshall was also known as Amelia. 
(Daughter) Census 1861She was listed as the daughter of Murray Marshall in the 1861 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey. Timber Merchant ... 800 acres, 30 men and 10 boys.3
Note*Is recorded in the will of Sarah Marshall as being her grand-daughter, first daughter of Murray.4 
(Daughter) Census 1881She was listed as the daughter of Eliza Marshall in the 1881 census at Bridge St, Godalming, Surrey.5
(Daughter) Census 1891She was listed as the daughter of Eliza Marshall in the 1891 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.6
Census 1901*She was listed as a member of the household of Eliza Gibbs in the 1901 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.7
Census 1911*She was listed as head of household in the 1911 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.8
Death*Millicent died on 29 December 1918 at Godalming, Surrey, at age 64. 
Burial*Her body was interred after 29 December 1918 at Busbridge, Godalming, Surrey
ProbateHer estate was granted probate on 10 April 1919 at London; MARSHALL Millicent of The Bridge Godalming Surrey spinster died 28 December 1918.
Probate London 10 April to Octavia Marshall spinster.
Effects Pstlg8088 19s 6d.

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/1.
  3. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 429; Folio: 101; Page: 12.
  4. [S37] Will of Sarah Marshall.
  5. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 779; Folio: 106; Page: 8.
  6. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 516; Folio: 96; Page: 1.
  7. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 606; Folio: 51; Page: 1.
  8. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN3091 Godalming, Surrey.

Lionel Hasler Marshall

M, #40, b. 29 September 1855, d. 14 February 1935
Father*Murray Marshall b. 31 Oct 1823, d. 15 Jan 1870
Mother*Eliza Gibbs b. 18 Oct 1827, d. 20 Aug 1910
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Lionel was born at Godalming, Surrey, on 29 September 1855. 
He was the son of Murray Marshall and Eliza Gibbs
BaptismLionel Hasler Marshall was baptized on 16 November 1855 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1,2 
(Son) Census 1861He was listed as the son of Murray Marshall in the 1861 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey. Timber Merchant ... 800 acres, 30 men and 10 boys.3
Note*Is recorded in the will of Sarah Marshall as being her grandson, the fourth son of Murray.4 
Occupation*Lionel Hasler Marshall was Land Surveyor & Agent in 1901.5 
Census 1901*He was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at 65 St Mary St, Chippenham Without, Wiltshire.6
Census 1911*Lionel Hasler Marshallappeared in the 1911 census at 62 St Mary St, Chippenham, Wiltshire.7
Death*Lionel died on 14 February 1935 at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey, at age 79.8 
Burial*His body was interred on 18 February 1935 at Busbridge, Godalming, Surrey
ProbateHis estate was granted probate on 28 March 1935 at London; MARSHALL Lionel Hasler of The Bridge Godaming Surrey died 14 February 1935.
Probate London 28 March to Oswald Percival Marshall C.B.E. retired commander R.N.R. and Walter Douglas Marshall of no occupation.
Effects Pstlg21969 5s.

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/1.
  3. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 429; Folio: 101; Page: 12.
  4. [S37] Will of Sarah Marshall.
  5. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 1920 Folio: 24 Page 16 Schedule 95.
  6. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 1920; Folio: 24; Page: 16.
  7. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN11874.
  8. [S75] The Times, London, "16/Feb/1935; Page 1; DEATHS."

Oswald Percival Marshall

M, #41, b. 13 June 1857, d. 6 December 1939
Father*Murray Marshall b. 31 Oct 1823, d. 15 Jan 1870
Mother*Eliza Gibbs b. 18 Oct 1827, d. 20 Aug 1910
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Oswald Percival Marshall was born on 13 June 1857 at Godalming, Surrey
He was the son of Murray Marshall and Eliza Gibbs
BaptismOswald Percival Marshall was baptized on 5 August 1857 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1,2 
(Son) Census 1861He was listed as the son of Murray Marshall in the 1861 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey. Timber Merchant ... 800 acres, 30 men and 10 boys.3
Note*Is recorded in the will of Sarah Marshall as being her grandson, fifth son of Murray.4 
OccupationOswald Percival Marshall was In the 1881 Census, his profession is recorded as Mariner First Mate.
In the obituary of his brother Murray Wyatt Marshall (1930) he is recorded as Captain Oswald P Marshall of Trinity House, London in 1881. 
(Son) Census 1881He was listed as the son of Eliza Marshall in the 1881 census at Bridge St, Godalming, Surrey.5
Marr Reg*The marriage of Oswald and Nora Wynne MacNamara was registered during the quarter ending March 1896 in the Steyning, Sussex registration district.6 
Census*The census listed Oswald as head of household at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, in 1901. 
Census 1911*He was listed as head of household in the 1911 census at 7 Cromwell Rd, Hove, Sussex.7
ProbateOswald Percival Marshall was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Col. Henry Marshall on 20 June 1914 at London; MARSHALL Henry of Stanford House Ipswich died 30 April 1914.
Probate London 20 June to Ernest Theodore Marshall late captain H.M. Army Harold Ralph Marshall esquire and Oswald Percival Marshall one of the Trinity House Bretheren.
Effects Pstlg 33986 15s.
ProbateOswald Percival Marshall was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Lionel Hasler Marshall on 28 March 1935 at London; MARSHALL Lionel Hasler of The Bridge Godaming Surrey died 14 February 1935.
Probate London 28 March to Oswald Percival Marshall C.B.E. retired commander R.N.R. and Walter Douglas Marshall of no occupation.
Effects Pstlg21969 5s.
Death*Oswald died on 6 December 1939 at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey, at age 82.8 
ObituaryHe was the subject of an obituary MARSHALL - on December 6, 1939, at The Bridge, Godalming, Oswald Percival, C.B.E., Elder Brother of Trinity House, beloved husband of Nora Wynne Marshall, aged 82. Service at Godalming Church on Monday at 2:00. Interment at Brookwood on 8 December 1939.9 
Obituary*He was the subject of an obituary Captain O. P. MARSHALL - Regret to announce the death which occurred on Wednesday, of Captain Oswald Percival Marshall, C.B.E., an Elder Brother of the Corporation of Trinity House. Captain Marshall was born in 1857, and after receiving his sea training as a "Worcester" cadet commenced his active career in his 17th year as a midshipman in the Liverpool ship "Anglesey", Messrs. Hughes and Co., which ran in the Australian trade.
Joining the Orient Steam Navigation Company Ltd., as fourth officer in 1882, he rose to the command of the steamer "Garonne" before leaving the company in 1890 to serve with the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. As master of several C.P.R. steamers he saw many years of service on the company's transpacific route.
Captain Marshall was elected an Elder Brother of Trinity House in June 1905, and played his part in dealing with lighthouse and pilotage as well as charitable matters, besides taking his turn on the rota of the Brethren who sit regularly with the Judge of the Admiralty Court as Assessors. He was a member of the Departmental Committee on Pilotage appointed by the Board of Trade in 1908 to inquire into the state of the law and its administration, the ultimate outcome of whose investigations and report was the Pilotage Act of 1913. Captain Marshall also acted as one of the Conservators of Harwich Harbour. He received his C.B.E. in 1919. He continued to be a member of the Corporation up to the time of his death, although he retired from the active duties of the Corporation when he attained the age of 70 on June 13, 1927. Captain Marshall leaves a widow and two sons.10
Burial*He was buried on 11 December 1939 at Brookwood Cemetery, Brookwood, Surrey.11 
Probate*His estate was granted probate on 19 April 1940 at London.

Family

Nora Wynne MacNamara b. 4 Mar 1864
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/1.
  3. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 429; Folio: 101; Page: 12.
  4. [S37] Will of Sarah Marshall.
  5. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 779; Folio: 106; Page: 8.
  6. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1896 Q1; Steyning, Sussex; Vol 2b / Page 367.
  7. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14 PN5182.
  8. [S75] The Times, London, "12/Dec/1935; Page 11; DEATHS."
  9. [S51] Daily Telegraph.
  10. [S42] Lloyds List, 9 Dec 1939.
  11. [S75] The Times, London, "12/Dec/1939: Page 11."

Octavia Marshall

F, #42, b. 6 May 1861, d. 27 November 1951
Father*Murray Marshall b. 31 Oct 1823, d. 15 Jan 1870
Mother*Eliza Gibbs b. 18 Oct 1827, d. 20 Aug 1910
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Name VariationOctavia Marshall was also known as Via. 
Birth*Octavia was born at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey, on 6 May 1861.1 
She was the daughter of Murray Marshall and Eliza Gibbs
BaptismOctavia Marshall was baptized on 9 June 1861 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.2,3 
Census 1871She was listed as the daughter of Eliza Marshall in the 1871 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.4
Note*Is recorded in the will of Sarah Marshall as being her grand-daughter, third daughter of Murray.5 
(Daughter) Census 1881She was listed as the daughter of Eliza Marshall in the 1881 census at Bridge St, Godalming, Surrey.6
Census 1891*She was listed as a member of the household of Eliza Marshall in the 1891 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.7
(Daughter) Census 1901She was listed as the daughter of Eliza Gibbs in the 1901 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.1
(Visitor) Census 1911She was listed as a visitor of the Nugent MacNamara household in the 1911 census at 38 Clarendon Villas, Hove, Sussex.8
Probate*Octavia Marshall was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Millicent Marshall on 10 April 1919 at London; MARSHALL Millicent of The Bridge Godalming Surrey spinster died 28 December 1918.
Probate London 10 April to Octavia Marshall spinster.
Effects Pstlg8088 19s 6d.
Death*Octavia died on 27 November 1951 at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey, at age 90; MARSHALL on Nov 27,1951, at her home, The Bridge, Godalming (where she had lived for 90 years).
Octavia, last surviving child of the late Mr & Mrs Murray Marshall.
Funeral at Godalming Church on Friday 30 Nov. at 2:30 pm. 
Burial*Her body was interred on 30 November 1951 at Busbridge, Godalming, Surrey

Citations

  1. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 606; Folio: 51; Page: 1.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  3. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/1.
  4. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 814; Folio: 81; Page: 14.
  5. [S37] Will of Sarah Marshall.
  6. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 779; Folio: 106; Page: 8.
  7. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 516; Folio: 96; Page: 1.
  8. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN5190.

Walter Douglas Marshall

M, #43, b. 10 December 1862, d. 10 February 1945
Father*Murray Marshall b. 31 Oct 1823, d. 15 Jan 1870
Mother*Eliza Gibbs b. 18 Oct 1827, d. 20 Aug 1910
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Walter was born at Godalming, Surrey, on 10 December 1862. 
He was the son of Murray Marshall and Eliza Gibbs
BaptismWalter Douglas Marshall was baptized on 1 February 1863 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1,2 
(Son) Census 1871He was listed as the son of Eliza Marshall in the 1871 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.3
Note*Is recorded in the will of Sarah Marshall as being her grandson, the sixth son of Murray.4 
Education*Walter Douglas Marshall was educated Oration Quarter 1875 at Charterhouse School, Godalming, Surrey; 10 Dec 1862: s. of Murray Marshall, of Gaodalming; (Dayboys); Left O.Q. 1810 (sic) - Stock Exchange, 1885.5
(Son) Census 1881He was listed as the son of Eliza Marshall in the 1881 census at Bridge St, Godalming, Surrey.6
OccupationWalter Douglas Marshall was Stock Exchange in 1885. 
(Son) Census 1891He was listed as the son of Eliza Marshall in the 1891 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.7
Occupation*Walter Douglas Marshall was a Stock Jobbet in 1901.8 
(Son) Census 1901He was listed as the son of Eliza Gibbs in the 1901 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.9
Census 1911*He was listed as the brother of Millicent Marshall in the 1911 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.10
(Executor) ProbateOswald Percival Marshall was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Lionel Hasler Marshall on 28 March 1935 at London; MARSHALL Lionel Hasler of The Bridge Godaming Surrey died 14 February 1935.
Probate London 28 March to Oswald Percival Marshall C.B.E. retired commander R.N.R. and Walter Douglas Marshall of no occupation.
Effects Pstlg21969 5s.
Probate*Walter Douglas Marshall was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Oswald Percival Marshall on 19 April 1940 at London.
Death*Walter died on 10 February 1945 at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey, at age 82. 
NoteNo issue. 
Burial*His body was interred after 10 February 1945 at Busbridge, Godalming, Surrey

Citations

  1. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/1.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  3. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 814; Folio: 81; Page: 14.
  4. [S37] Will of Sarah Marshall.
  5. [S76] Charterhouse School Register, Oration Quarter, 1875.
  6. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 779; Folio: 106; Page: 8.
  7. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 516; Folio: 96; Page: 1.
  8. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 606 Folio: 51 Page1 Schedule 4.
  9. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 606; Folio: 51; Page: 1.
  10. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN3091 Godalming, Surrey.

George Marshall

M, #44, b. 13 November 1788, d. 24 December 1853
Father*Robert Bryant Marshall b. 2 Jul 1758, d. 25 Feb 1842
Mother*Sarah Edsell b. 24 Apr 1765, d. 24 Mar 1819
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Richard Marshall - descendants
Residence*George Marshall and Sarah Alexander lived at Bridge St, Godalming.1 
Baptism*George Marshall was baptized on 13 November 1788 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.2 
He was the son of Robert Bryant Marshall and Sarah Edsell
Note*Was appointed a Commissioner for the Godalming Navigation.3 
Note*George Marshall was the owner of a 87 acre farm in Edenbridge, called Gabriels.
This was tenanted by Thomas Alexander for at least the next 29 yesrs. 
Marriage*He married Sarah Alexander at Edenbridge on 1 February 1820.4
(father) BaptismAs Capt Alexander Marshall's father, George presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 27 December 1820.2,5 
(father) BaptismAs George Marshall's father, George presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 18 July 1822.2,5 
(father) BaptismAs Murray Marshall's father, George presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 31 October 1823.2,1 
Biography*According to the Godalming Library Archives George Marshall of Broadwater was elected a Warden in 1828, an Alderman 13 Jan 1836 and finally Mayor of Godalming 1837. He also sat on the committee for Godalming Church Improvement between 1838-1839 and in 1839 donated Pstlg25=00 by subscription. 
(father) BaptismAs Emily Marshall's father, George presented her at her baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 26 March 1828.2,1 
(father) BaptismAs Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG's father, George presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 23 September 1829; Born 26 JUly 1829.2,1 
Occupation*He was Barge-Owner:
In an analysis of Barge Traffic of the Wey Navigation in 1830. He is recorded as owner of "Hope", "London", "Royal Oak", "Triumph" and "Wey" carrying corn, firewood, groceries, oil-cake and timber. Northward 2,844 tons; Southward 2,934 tones; a total of 5,778 tons. in 1830 at Godalming, Surrey.6 
(father) BaptismAs Col. Henry Marshall's father, George presented him at his baptism at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey, on 18 May 1831.2,1 
Directory*He was George Marshall was recorded in Pigot's Directory of 1832 as a Coal Merchant. in 1832 at Godalming, Surrey.7 
Census 1841*He was listed as head of household in the 1841 census at Bridge St, Godalming, Surrey.8
Will*He made a will on 10 December 1848. 
NoteGeorge was granted a Coat of Arms c.1850.
ResidenceHe lived in 1851 at Broadwater, Godalming, Surrey.
Census 1851*He was listed as head of household in the 1851 census at Broadwater, Godalming, Surrey.9
Death*George died on 24 December 1853 at Broadwater, Godalming, Surrey, at age 65; The cause of death was certified as influenza and debility, Godalming, aged 65.
The death was notified on 29th December by Catherine Mills (x her mark), of Church St, Godalming, who had been in attendance.10 
Burial*His body was interred after 24 December 1853 at Godalming, Surrey, at St Peter & St Paul. The inscription on the South side of the vault reads: "George Marshall died Dec 24 1853 aged 65". The Epitaph reads: "Think what a man should be, and he was that". He was buried with his wife (Sarah) and sons (George, Alexander).
ProbateHis estate was granted probate on 3 February 1854. 

Family

Sarah Alexander b. 1797, d. 10 Mar 1874
Children

Citations

  1. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/1.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  3. [S7] Godalming Navigation Register of Traffic.
  4. [S75] The Times, London, "Issue of 3rd February 1820."
  5. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
  6. [S16] P A L Vine, London's Lost Route to the Sea, page 263.
  7. [S85] Pigot's Director, 1840 "1832."
  8. [S52] Census Records, 1841 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1073; Folio: 15; Page: 23.
  9. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1594; Folio: 687; Page: 26.
  10. [S75] The Times, London, "24/Dec/1853; Page 10; DEATHS."

Sarah Edsell

F, #45, b. 24 April 1765, d. 24 March 1819
Father*George Edsell b. 17 Dec 1732, d. 9 Oct 1811
Mother*Sarah Manvill b. 14 Jun 1745
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Richard Marshall - descendants
Baptism*Sarah Edsell was baptized on 24 April 1765 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1 
She was the daughter of George Edsell and Sarah Manvill
Occupation*Sarah Edsell was Publican in 1787. 
Marriage*She married Robert Bryant Marshall at Godalming on 27 September 1787.2 
Death*Sarah died on 24 March 1819 at Godalming, Surrey, at age 53. 
BurialHer body was interred on 29 March 1819 at Godalming, Surrey, at St Peter & St Paul. She is recorded in the Parish Register as "of Mead Row". Her gravestone carries the Inscription: "Sarah, wife of Robt Marshall, died March 21 1819, aged 54 years." She is buried with her husband and sons (Robert & Frederic).. 

Family

Robert Bryant Marshall b. 2 Jul 1758, d. 25 Feb 1842
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M013331.

Mary Briant

F, #46, b. 30 April 1724, d. before 1 March 1772
Father*William Briant b. 15 Oct 1693, d. b 30 Apr 1747
Mother*Elizabeth Longly b. 6 Jan 1690, d. b 1 Feb 1758
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Richard Marshall - descendants
Name VariationMary Briant was also known as Briant. 
Baptism*Mary was baptised on 30 April 1724 at Haslemere, Surrey; note: date may also be 30 May 1724.1,2 
She was the daughter of William Briant and Elizabeth Longly
Marriage*She married Thomas Marshall at Haslemere on 8 December 1743.3 
Death*Mary died before 1 March 1772. 
Burial*Her body was interred on 1 March 1772 at Godalming, Surrey, at St Peter & St Paul. 

Family

Thomas Marshall b. 17 May 1715, d. b 23 Oct 1770
Children

Citations

  1. [S58] Parish Record, Haslemere, (bap. 1595-1842, marr. 1573-1837, bur. 1573-1842) "Mary ye Dau. of Will. & Elizabeth Briant was baptized."
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: P013481.
  3. [S58] Parish Record, Haslemere, (bap. 1595-1842, marr. 1573-1837, bur. 1573-1842) "Thomas Marchall & Mary Briant was Married. 08 Dec 1743."

Capt Alexander Marshall

M, #48, b. 31 October 1820, d. 28 September 1871
Father*George Marshall b. 13 Nov 1788, d. 24 Dec 1853
Mother*Sarah Alexander b. 1797, d. 10 Mar 1874
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
ResidenceCapt Alexander Marshall lived btween Jan 1863 and Apr 1863 at Trafalgar House, Nelson Place, Ryde, IOW
Birth*Capt Alexander Marshall was born on 31 October 1820 at Broadwater, Godalming, Surrey; Note: in other places Alexander's birthplace is recorded d Edenbridge.1 
He was the son of George Marshall and Sarah Alexander
BaptismCapt Alexander Marshall was baptized on 27 December 1820 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.2,3 
Apprentice*He was Apprenticed to the Guild of Armorer & Brasier between May 1846 and September 1846 at London.
NoteAlexander had a secret "wife" of modest birth .... Eliza Hutchins.
They had 4 "secret" children that Alexander recognised as Mashalls. 
(Witness) MarriageHe was a witness at Murray Marshall and Eliza Gibbs's wedding at West Itchenor, Sussex, on 8 February 1849.4
(Son) Census 1851He was listed as the son of George Marshall in the 1851 census at Broadwater, Godalming, Surrey.5
Military*Capt Alexander Marshall was Alexander is appointed Captain in the 2nd Royal Surrey Militia.
It is likely that Alexander's father, George, arranged and paid for this Commission -we know that George bought Army commissions for his younger two sons.
In 1852 the 2nd Royal Surrey Militia was revived, and by 1854 it had a Depot, with a small permanent staff, in Friary Street, Guildford. The purpose of the Militia was to preserve the internal peace of the community.
There was little activity, apart from the few weeks of annual training, which was the only time the militia came together, and the men were billeted in the town of Guildford for the period.
Alexander's cousin, Frederick Pontifex, would also become a Captain. And another cousin, William Pontifex, became a Major in the same unit: he was known to be a keen golfer and traveller, and a handsome man. on 7 October 1852 at Guildford, Surrey.
Address* As of between 1853 and 1854, Capt Alexander Marshall lived at Lower Mitcham, Surrey; We believe that it may be around this period that Alexander established a secret love-nest for Eliza Hutchins and their children in Lower Mitcham, which at this time was still a highly desirable Surrey village.
The pressure to have a defined base would be growing as the number of children increased and they needed education.
Mitcham Cricket Club were very strong, and one of their stalwarts was Charles Hoare, born in Mitcham in 1819, a contemporary of Alexander's and the captain of the Surrey County team, 1846-1850.
Several times Alexander and Charles played together in the same County match, the first occasion being July 1849, and the final occasion being 1860. (Charles also turned out for Godalming in August 1854.)
Alexander would have known Mitcham through Charles.
It certainly appears that by 1857, when daughter Emily is born in Lower Mitcham, some kind of residence has been established. Fanny is born in Lower Mitcham in 1859; and as late as 1874 three of the family were at St Peter and St Paul Church, Mitcham to be baptised.
In the 1851 census the house between the butcher's and the hairdresser's was unoccupied; but at some point before 1861 Henry Barcroft (b c1808) and his wife Mary Ann (b c1814) became resident lodgers, which they described themselves as in 1861 ... when the Head of that household was evidently away – as we see it, on the Isle of Wight. We believe that the Barcrofts would have been available as occasional child-minders/babysitters.
By 1871 they were now describing themselves as heads of the household, and Emily (13) was the boarder. (By 1881 the Barcrofts had a different lodger.) Henry's trade was usually Silk Printer, which was also Charles Hoare's occupation as a young man in 1841 – we see this as a further connection, with Charles perhaps introducing or, at least, vouching for Henry Barcroft. 
Residence*He lived between 1853 and August 1856 at Ryde, IOW; Throughout this period “Captain Marshall” is shown (in the Isle of Wight Fashionable List) as residing at 24 George Street, Ryde. 
MilitaryCapt Alexander Marshall was The first regimental order of the 2nd Royal Surrey Militia was issued by Colonel, the Earl of Lovelace, for a Board of Officers to assemble and report upon the stores received for the use of the regiment.
Alexander was one of the three who met on 15th February, and declared the stores acceptable.
Alexander would be put in charge of No 2 Company, with Lieut R W Chadwick and Sergeant J W Edgar, a Company being of the order of some 60 – 80 men.
Each Company had its own ledger, pay-book, order-book, day-book and infantry marshal. on 12 February 1853 at Guildford, Surrey
MilitaryCapt Alexander Marshall was The first Mess Meeting of the re-established 2nd Royal Surrey Militia was held at the White Hart Hotel, Guildford, at 11:30am. Alexander was present.
on 16 April 1853 at Guildford, Surrey
MilitaryCapt Alexander Marshall was Twenty-eight days training began of the Regiment in Guidford, 14 officers and 20 permanent staff and, nominally, 599 rank-and-file. Forty drill instructors were seconded in for the period, from regiments of the line, from Chatham. The Officers Mess was established at the White Hart Hotel. Parades were held at the Cricket Field, Woodbridge Road. All officers were required to attend the second and third parades daily – these were at 11am and 3 pm. on 6 May 1853 at Guildford, Surrey
MilitaryCapt Alexander Marshall was On 30 May there was an inspection at 10:45am by a Grenadier Guards Colonel, who reported creditable drill parades; and on 2nd June the regiment was dismissed.
Alexander was among the officers recorded as having attended and passed through the training. on 30 May 1853 at Guildford, Surrey
NoteAlexander involved in the assignment of a lease, SHC ref G167/17/15
In 1844, Kennington Oval was a market garden.
The Oval was then (and still is) owned by the Duchy of Cornwall.
Surrey County Cricket Club was set up in 1845. The Duchy was willing to grant a lease of the land for the purpose of a cricket ground, and, on 10 March 1845, the club signed a lease with the Otter Trustees, who held the land from the Duchy of Cornwall, 'to convert it into a subscription cricket ground', for 31 years at a rent of £120 per annum plus taxes (£20 more).
The original contract for turfing the Oval cost £300; 10,000 grass turfs came from Tooting Common. 
NoteSometime this year the Marshalls open a Public House, “The Cricketers” in Godalming – largely to provide Julius Caesar, made landlord, with additional income. 
MilitaryCapt Alexander Marshall was Monday May 8th The regiment was assembled again for its second annual training period, and Alexander was present. New colours were presented at the training ground on 19th May – prior to this a series of splendid entertainments was given by the Colonel at his mansion, East Horsley Towers, and also by the officers at the White Hart Hotel. The colour ceremony itself was a major event: a grandstand was erected, the event was ticketed, and a large assemblage of the elite of the neighbourhood was present. Afterwards the officers entertained their friends to a sumptuous dinner at the White Hart Hotel, nearly 100 being present, and a Ball in the evening brought the entertainment to a close. After regimental inspection on 2nd June, there were more formal dinners and a Ball at the White Hart Hotel at which over 200 were present. The Ball lasted several hours. between May 1854 and June 1854. 
MilitaryCapt Alexander Marshall was Monday May 8th The regiment was assembled again for its second annual training period, and Alexander was present. New colours were presented at the training ground on 19th May – prior to this a series of splendid entertainments was given by the Colonel at his mansion, East Horsley Towers, and also by the officers at the White Hart Hotel. The colour ceremony itself was a major event: a grandstand was erected, the event was ticketed, and a large assemblage of the elite of the neighbourhood was present. Afterwards the officers entertained their friends to a sumptuous dinner at the White Hart Hotel, nearly 100 being present, and a Ball in the evening brought the entertainment to a close. After regimental inspection on 2nd June, there were more formal dinners and a Ball at the White Hart Hotel at which over 200 were present. The Ball lasted several hours. between May 1854 and June 1854 at Guildford, Surrey
NoteAlexander is a party to taking out a 21-year lease with two others, one being Charles Hoare, on the Kennington Oval at a yearly rent of £ 160. 
MilitaryCapt Alexander Marshall was 1st February The 2nd Royal Surrey Militia was “embodied” with regard to the Crimean War. This evidently made it liable to regular military command, and appears to have put it on a course to full-time footing.
Special dispensations were available to Officers, at the discretion of the Commanding Officer, to make their duties as little irksome as possible, since it was anticipated they must have other obligations.
Alexander Marshall is recorded as having been present from 1st April 1855 to 12th June 1856 – though obviously this does not mean “every minute”.
During the latter part of 1855 and early 1856 there was every expectation that the Regiment – which had expressed their willingness - would be sent to the Crimea.
Alexander Marshall was among the officers who had explicitly offered to go.

Formal inspection of the regiment this year was on 29th June. The Officers' Mess was established this year at the White Hart Hotel, as previously, but finding their quarters there rather indifferent, it was removed in the summer to the house belonging to the ex-Mayor, Mr Elkins, which was close to the Drill Field.
On 7th June the War Office issued a circular authorising lodging allowances to officers, and they took up their quarters in various parts of the town.
The government ordered that sword exercises should be more practised by officers of the Militia, and “single-stick” soon became a favourite amusement, and many hard knocks were given and received.
During 1855 William Pontifex, Alexander's cousin, became his No 2 Company Lieutenant.

On February 13th 1856 the Regiment was deployed to Aldershot. It reached there by marching from Guildford via the Hog's Back in atrocious weather conditions. The unit would have gone earlier, but it delayed leaving Guildford because of smallpox in the town.

A group of citizens rang the bells of Holy Trinity Church to indicate their pleasure that the Militia was leaving – the Mayor felt obliged to apologise for their actions.
On 14th February 1856 the instruction went out that Officers must attend all parades, and that there and while on duty, they must always wear full dress.
On 2 June 1856, the Regiment was among several rthat were reviwed by Queen Victoria at Wellington College.
On 12th June 1856, the regiment was formally “disembodied”, and Colonel the Earl of Lovelace gave a Grand Ball.
The Regiment was also entertained by Captain Pontifex at his residence, Denby House, Haslemere. between 1 April 1855 and 29 June 1856 at Guildford, Surrey
Note*Mayor of Guildford's dinner was held in the Angel Hotel, with over 60 people attending, including Capt Alexander Marshall and his brother Murray Marshall. 
NoteIn the Great Room of the King's Arms, Godalming
(according to a different newspaper it was The Red Lion) a dinner is hosted in the most liberal manner by Henry Marshall to welcome home the twelve English cricketers who have beaten the Americans. Henry, President of the Surrey County Club, was in the Chair; and that staunch patron of cricket, Mr Alexander Marshall, filled the Vice-chair. The Surrey cricketers generally received an invite, and the room was thronged by numerous friends from all parts. Amongst the company was the elite of Godalming and various parts of the County of Surrey, and above 150 sat down at the table. A more agreeable meeting, perhaps, has never been passed … Many toasts were given and responded to in the happiest manner in speeches by Mr Alexander Marshall and Mr Fred Lillywhite. 
ResidenceHe lived between 31 December 1859 and 2 June 1860 at Durley Cottage, Ventnor, IOW
Census 1861*He was listed as head of household in the 1861 census at Simeon St, Newchurch, Ryde, Hampshire. Could be Sixpenny St, Ryde.6
MilitaryCapt Alexander Marshall was 15th May Alexander resigns fron the Militia.
30th May The London Gazette records that the Queen has been graciously pleased to accept the resignation of the Commission held by Captain Alexander Marshall in the 2nd Regiment of Royal Surrey Militia. between 15 May 1862 and 30 May 1862 at Guildford, Surrey
NoteIt becomes apparent during this year that Alexander Marshall is renting accommodation at 2 Stafford Street, Marylebone.
He continues to rent it until 1869, if not beyond. 
ResidenceHe lived between January 1863 and April 1863 at Trafalgar House, Nelson Place, Ryde, IOW
ResidenceHe lived between May 1863 and December 1868 at Dorset Viilla, Monkton St, Ryde, IOW
NoteAlexander is found guilty of being drunk and riotous in Green Row, Southsea, Portsmouth the previous evening, and is fined 10 shillings with 7 shillings costs. 
NoteThe opening match of the newly-formed Broadwater Cricket Club takes place at Broadwater Park, amid much celebration.
There were toasts enthusiastically drunk to the health of Mrs Marshall of Broadwater House, and to Murray Marshall, with three ringing cheers, as was the toast to Alexander Marshall (proposed by Julius Caesar). 
Note18th November 1869. Upon the petition of Mr Joseph Wills, lodging-house keeper, of 2 Stafford Street, Marylebone, Alexander Marshall is adjudicated bankrupt by the London Bankruptcy Court. Mr Wills is owed £ 70.5s.0d.

23rd November 1869. The London Gazette publishes the adjudication and adds that Alexander is now a Prisoner for Debt in the custody of the Sheriff of Middlesex at 1 Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane ...and is required to surrender himself to the Registrar of the London Court of Bankruptcy at the first meeting of creditors on 6th December at 12 noon.

10th December 1869. By now, Alexander should have prepared a Statement of Affairs for the Receiver appointed by the Bankruptcy Court. The Receiver will have taken charge of Alexander's assets and income, and his duty is to try to amass sufficient funds to pay Alexander's creditors in full. He may sell available assets, and - other than paying the costs of Alexander's reasonable needs – set aside spare income. The Receiver will place announcements in relevant media calling upon any Creditors to come forward by a given deadline and to substantiate their claims. In due course the claims of at least 19 creditors are accepted, among them eight creditors from Godalming.

1870 15th November 1870. At 12 noon at the London Court of Bankruptcy in Basinghall Street before the Hon W C Spring-Rice, there was a final examination regarding the bankruptcy of Alexander Marshall, described as of 2 Stafford Street, Marylebone, previously of the Gloucester Hotel, Brighton, and of the Sussex Hotel, Tunbridge Wells, and prior thereto of the Queen's Hotel, and Gloucester Hotel, both in Brighton, Captain in the Militia, whose numerous creditors reside at Guildford, Portsmouth, Ryde IoW, Godalming and Brighton, and who was declared bankrupt on the 18th November 1869 under the petition of Mr Joseph Wills, lodging-house keeper, of 2 Stafford Street, Marylebone, for a debt of £ 70.5s.
A solicitor, Mr Crowther, from Old Jewry Chambers, represented Mr J J Saffery, accountant for the assignees; and the gallant captain appeared in person. Mr Crowther presented the account:
Dr:      To creditors, unsecured                    £ 5463-16-10d
     To creditors holding security                £ 1135-10-0d
     Liabilities on accommodation bills           £ 38-5-0d
     Creditors to be paid in full                £ 6-5-0d

          TOTAL                         £ 6643-16-10d

Cr:      By debtors good                         £ 137- 0- 1d
     Property given up to assignees               £ 4850- 0- 0d
     Property in the hands of creditors           £ 1100- 0 -0d
     By deficiency                         £ 556-16-9d

          TOTAL                         £ 6643-16-10d. 
Note*In the will of his mother, Sarah Marshall, dated 31 Aug 1870 there is a listing of the "reputed children" of Alexander Marshall: George Bentinck Hutchins, Alexander Hutchins, Emily Hutchins and Frances Hutchins. 
Death*Alexander died on 28 September 1871 at Godalming, Surrey, at age 50.7 
Burial*His body was interred on 4 October 1871 at Godalming, Surrey, at St Peter & St Paul. The inscription on the East side of the vault reads: ... "Alexander eldest son of the late George Marshall of Broadwater Sept 28 1871".
Alexander was interred with his father and his brother George (who died aged 5) at St Peter and Paul Church, Godalming.

The funeral cortege of a private carriage and three mourning coaches left sister Sarah's home at Munstead Heath at 11 o'clock, and reached the churchyard at about 12.30 pm. Chief mourners were Mrs Sarah Marshall (mother), Colonel Frederick Marshall, Mrs Emily Fairtlough, Mrs Henry Marshall, Captain Thomas Shearburn, Dr James Alexander, Mr George Marshall and Mr Murray Wyatt Marshall (sons of Murray), and Mr Marshall Pontifex (a cousin). The coffin was borne to its stations by eight labourers employed by Mrs Murray Marshall..

Captain Alexander Marshall was the eldest son of the late George Marshall, and brother to Colonel Marshall, of the Second Life Guards, and Major Marshall of the 9th Hussars. He formerly held a commission in the Second Royal Surrey Militia.

The Vicar, William Duncan Long MA, said that with regard to the deceased it was not for him to say much, but he had been told that he was one of the kindest of men …

A large number of people assembled for the funeral, and to pay a mark of respect to the memory of the deceased. Amongst them might be seen the faces of several old cricketers who had known Captain Marshall in the prime of his youth, as well as in those later days of which remembrances are sweet if sorrowed..

The Surrey Advertiser reported that in years past, Alexander was well known throughout Surrey for his active and generous support of cricket, and in those days no match of repute was complete without his name was associated with it; indeed, in the cricketing world the name of Captain Marshall was contemporary with all the chief supporters of the game, and whether in the field or at the more social level he was heart and soul a cricketer. The memories of his goodheartedness and deep attachment to this old English game will never be effaced from the present generation of players..
BiographyNotes from David Mabb.
Biography*Alexander played amateur first class cricket from 1849 to 1860 and represented Surrey in 1849, 1851, 1852, 1854, and 1857. He was described as a "Very steady right hand batsman". His height is recorded as being 6'0".8,9

Family

Eliza Hutchins b. c 1823, d. 1 Dec 1868
Children

Citations

  1. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG 9; Piece: 658; Folio: 39; Page: 37; GSU roll: 542679.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  3. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
  4. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1899; West Hampnett, Sussex; VII/615.
  5. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1594; Folio: 687; Page: 26.
  6. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 658; Folio: 39; Page: 37.
  7. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, 1871 Q4 2a/45.
  8. [S17] Lord Alverstone, Surrey Cricket Its History and Associations, page 478.
  9. [S60] Philip Thern & Peter Wynne-Thomas Philip Bailey, Who's Who in Cricket.

Sarah Marshall

F, #49, b. 3 August 1825, d. June 1903
Father*George Marshall b. 13 Nov 1788, d. 24 Dec 1853
Mother*Sarah Alexander b. 1797, d. 10 Mar 1874
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
BirthSarah Marshall was born in 1825 at Godalming, Surrey
Baptism*She was baptized on 3 August 1825 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1 
She was the daughter of George Marshall and Sarah Alexander
(Witness) MarriageShe was a witness at Murray Marshall and Eliza Gibbs's wedding at West Itchenor, Sussex, on 8 February 1849.2
Biography*In 1841 the Collyer family sold "Hill Place" to Mr G Marshall of Godalming. In 1851 he settled it upon his daughter, Sarah, on her marriage to Mr T Shearburn. Her son R.W.Shearburn owned it next. The house was let as a farm, a small part of which was bought by Mr John Collyer of Horsell, as descendent of the previous owners.3 
(Daughter) Census 1851She was listed as the daughter of George Marshall in the 1851 census at Broadwater, Godalming, Surrey.4
MarriageShe married Capt Thomas Shearburn at Godalming on 10 September 1851.5 
Marr Reg*The marriage of Sarah Marshall and Capt Thomas Shearburn was registered during the quarter ending September 1851 in the Guildford, Surrey registration district.6 
Census 1861*She was listed as the wife of Capt Thomas Shearburn in the 1861 census at Munstead House, Godalming, Surrey. Emily Fairtlough and Sarah Marshall were sisters.7
Census 1871*She was listed as head of household in the 1871 census at Munstead Cottage, Munstead, Godalming, Surrey.8
Probate*Sarah Marshall was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Capt Thomas Shearburn on 23 September 1873 at Wakefield, Yorkshire; The will of Thomas Shearburn late of Snaith in the County of York Esquire who died 10 July 1873 at Snaith was proved at Wakefield by Sarah Shearburn of Snaith widow the Relict an Executrix. Probate being granted under special circumstances.
Effects under PStlg 3,000.
Note*Is recorded in the will of Sarah Marshall as being her daughter, Sarah Sherburn, wife of Thomas".9 
Census 1881*She was listed as head of household in the 1881 census at Munstead Cottage, Godalming, Surrey.10
Census 1891*She was listed as head of household in the 1891 census at Munstead, Godalming, Surrey.11
Probate*Sarah Marshall was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Jane Sophia Fairtlough on 3 March 1897 at London; FAIRTLOUGH Jane Sophia of 9 Alexandra-road Gipsy-Hill Surrey spinster died 29 December 1896. Administration London 3 March to Sarah Marshall widow.
Effects Pstlg362 2s 6d.
Census 1901*She was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at Munstead, Godalming, Surrey.12
Death Reg*Sarah's death was registered during the quarter ending June 1903 in the Guildford, Surrey registration district.13 
Probate*Her estate was granted probate on 1 October 1903 at London; SHEARBURN Sarah Of "Munstead" Godalming Surrey widow died 10 June 1903.
Probate London 1 October to Roderic Bryant Shearburn and Harry Shearburn esquires and Edward Thomas Clark solicitor.
Effects Pstlg16751 3s 10d.

Family

Capt Thomas Shearburn b. 1825, d. Sep 1873
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1899; West Hampnett, Sussex; VII/615.
  3. [S44] Thomas Allen, A History of the County of Surrey.
  4. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1594; Folio: 687; Page: 26.
  5. [S75] The Times, London, "12/Sep/1851: Page 7."
  6. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1851 Q3; Guildford, Surrey; Vol 4 / Page 193.
  7. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 428; Folio: 243; Page: 14.
  8. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 815; Folio: 95; Page: 5.
  9. [S37] Will of Sarah Marshall.
  10. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 780; Folio: 49; Page: 15.
  11. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 562; Folio: 56; Page: 12.
  12. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 607; Folio: 37; Page: 13.
  13. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, Deaths: 1903, June; Guildford, Surrey; Vol 2a / Page 68.

Robert Bryant Marshall

M, #50, b. 2 July 1758, d. 25 February 1842
Father*Thomas Marshall b. 17 May 1715, d. b 23 Oct 1770
Mother*Mary Briant b. 30 Apr 1724, d. b 1 Mar 1772
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Richard Marshall - descendants
Baptism*Robert Bryant Marshall was baptized on 2 July 1758 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
He was the son of Thomas Marshall and Mary Briant
Marriage*He married Sarah Edsell at Godalming on 27 September 1787.1 
OccupationRobert Bryant Marshall was Wheelwright in 1792. 
Occupation*He was Lease for 7 years of tolls of the Godalming Navigation
1) William Gill and 8 other Commissioners of the Godalming Navigation
2) Robert Marshall, wheelwright of Godalming
Details of rights and duties of parties set out; lessee is responsible for all outgoings except the Clerk's salary.
Consideration: £420 pa on 16 September 1795.2 
Note*In October 1803 Robert Marshall, lessee of the Godalming Navigation, published "An Examination into the Respective Merits of the proposed Canal and Iron Railway from London to Portsmouth", in which he preferred canals to other modes of conveyance over level country where the land was of little value and the 'bowels of the earth contain little value and quarries and with the advantages of plenty of water on a retentive soil, and ' wrote Marshall ' as did the Croydon Canal and its proposed extension to Portsmouth possess these advantages some hopes might be entertained of its success'. He estimated the total expense at £1,200,000, compared with £420,000 by railway.3
 
Residence*He lived in 1807 at MeadRow, Godalming; His home was right on the main road, MeadRow, just northeast of the bridge over the River Wey and opposite the "Three Lions" hotel. 
Note*Was appointed a Commissioner for the Godalming Navigation.4 
Apprentice*[Guardian] as guardian of [Apprentice] entered into an appenticeship agreement in 1813; Robert Bryant as guardian of his nephes Richard Spencer, entered into an apprenticeship agreement as an Upholsterer/Cabinet Maker for seven years from 1813. 
Apprentice* Robert Bryant as guardian of John Spencer, entered into an apprenticeship agreement for seven years from 06 Aug 1817.5
WillHe made a will at Edenbridge, Kent, on 15 March 1830.
NoteIn a codicil to his will, he gives instructions that he be burried in Edenbridge.
His house on Mead Row will go to son Henry; his household effects will go to daughter, Mary Pontifex (except for the silver plate which is to be divided three ways); a year's rent is to be paid by his executors; and £10 is to be distributed, in bread, to the poor of the parish. Other than this, his estate is to be shared among his five siblings (or their children). 
Census 1841*Robert Bryant Marshall appeared in the 1841 census at Edenbridge, Kent.6
Death*Robert died on 25 February 1842 at Edenbridge, Kent, at age 83; Age at death: 84. 
Burial*His body was interred on 4 March 1842 at Godalming, Surrey, at St Peter & St Paul. He is recorded in the Parish Register as "of Edenbridge, Kent Age 84". His gravestone carries the Inscription: "Rob Marshall, died 2 Mar 1842, aged 83 years". He is buried with his wife and sons (Robert & Frederic).7 

Family

Sarah Edsell b. 24 Apr 1765, d. 24 Mar 1819
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M013331.
  2. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Item ref: G142/5/22.
  3. [S16] P A L Vine, London's Lost Route to the Sea, pages 43-44.
  4. [S7] Godalming Navigation Register of Traffic.
  5. [S45] Hector Carter, Guildford Freemen 1655-1933, page #832.
  6. [S52] Census Records, 1841 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 482; Folio: ; Page: 53.
  7. [S66] West Surrey Burials, West Surrey Burials to 1865, Godalming, page 2885.

George Marshall

M, #51, b. 22 March 1822, d. 28 November 1826
Father*George Marshall b. 13 Nov 1788, d. 24 Dec 1853
Mother*Sarah Alexander b. 1797, d. 10 Mar 1874
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*George Marshall was born on 22 March 1822 at Godalming, Surrey.1 
He was the son of George Marshall and Sarah Alexander
BaptismGeorge Marshall was baptized on 18 July 1822 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1,2 
Death*George died on 28 November 1826 at Godalming, Surrey, at age 4. 
Burial*His body was interred on 4 December 1826 at Godalming, Surrey, at St Peter & St Paul. The inscription on the West side of the vault reads: "George son of George and Sarah Marshall died Nov 28 1826 in the fifth year of his age".

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.

Emily Marshall

F, #52, b. 26 March 1828, d. June 1903
Father*George Marshall b. 13 Nov 1788, d. 24 Dec 1853
Mother*Sarah Alexander b. 1797, d. 10 Mar 1874
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
BirthEmily Marshall was born in 1828 at Godalming, Surrey
Baptism*She was baptized on 26 March 1828 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1,2 
She was the daughter of George Marshall and Sarah Alexander
(Daughter) Census 1851She was listed as the daughter of George Marshall in the 1851 census at Broadwater, Godalming, Surrey.3
Marr RegThe marriage of Emily and Lt Col Charles Edward Fairtlough was registered during the quarter ending 1859 Q2 in the Guildford, Surrey registration district.4 
Marriage*She married Lt Col Charles Edward Fairtlough at Godalming on 29 June 1859.5 
(Visitor) Census 1861She was listed as the visitor of Capt Thomas Shearburn in the 1861 census at Munstead House, Godalming, Surrey. Emily Fairtlough and Sarah Marshall were sisters.6
Note*Is recorded in the will of Sarah Marshall as being her daughter, widow.7 
Census 1881*She was listed as head of household in the 1881 census at Catteshall Manor, Catteshall, Godalming, Surrey.8
Census 1891*She was listed as head of household in the 1891 census at Catteshall Manor, Catteshall, Godalming, Surrey.9
Census 1901*She was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at Catteshall Manor, Catteshall, Godalming, Surrey.10
DeathEmily died on 1 April 1903 at Catteshall Manor, Godalming, Surrey, at age 75. 
Burial*She was buried at Farncombe, Godalming, Surrey
Death Reg*Emily's death was registered during the quarter ending June 1903 in the Guildford, Surrey registration district.11 
Probate*Her estate was granted probate on 23 April 1903 at London; FAIRTLOUGH Emily of Catteshall Manor Godalming Surrey widow died 1 April 1903
Probate London 2 3April to Frederick Howard Fairtlough lieutenant-colonel in H.M. army and Charles Edward Gerrard Marshall Fairtlough retired Major in H.M. army.
Effects Pstlg 8,676 0s. 7d.

Family

Lt Col Charles Edward Fairtlough b. c 1821, d. 14 Jun 1862
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/1.
  3. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1594; Folio: 687; Page: 26.
  4. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, 1859 Q2; Marriage; Guildford, Surrey; Vol 2a, Page 54.
  5. [S5] Sir Bernard Burke, Burke's Landed Gentry, Biography of Gen Sir Frederick Marshall Vol II, page 1229.
  6. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 428; Folio: 243; Page: 14.
  7. [S37] Will of Sarah Marshall.
  8. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 780; Folio: 23; Page: 41.
  9. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 562; Folio: 6; Page: 6.
  10. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 607; Folio: 38; Page: 15.
  11. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Ref: Guildford 2A/67 2Q 1903.

Adelaide Laura Howard

F, #53, b. 21 September 1839, d. 15 March 1916
Father*Capt. Edward Giles Howard b. 15 Jun 1805, d. 17 Jun 1840
Mother*Frances Anne Henage b. c 1806
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Adelaide Laura Howard was born on 21 September 1839 at 72 Eaton Place, Hanover Square, London
She was the daughter of Capt. Edward Giles Howard and Frances Anne Henage
Residence*Adelaide Laura Howard lived before 16 December 1861 at 72 Eaton Place, Hanover Square, London
Marriage*She married Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG on 16 December 1861.1
Census 1881*She was listed as the wife of Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG in the 1881 census at 9 Eaton Place, Hanover Square, London.2
Census 1891*She was listed as the wife of Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG in the 1891 census at Broadwater, Godalming, Surrey.3
Census 1901*She was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at 9 Eaton Place, Hanover Square, London.4
Census 1911*She was listed as a boarder in the 1911 census at at 149 Kings Rd, Brighton, Sussex.5
Death*Adelaide died on 15 March 1916 at age 76. 
Burial*She was buried on 17 March 1916 at Brookwood Cemetery, Brookwood, Surrey; Epitaph: "Come to me all ye who are weary and heavily laden and I will give you rest". 
ProbateHer estate was granted probate on 15 April 1916 at London; Marshall dame Adelaide Laura of 9 Eaton Place Middlesex widowded 15 March 1916.
Probate to Hylda Teresa Jane de Winton (wife of Walter de Winton a captain (reserve of officers) in His Majesy's Army).
Effects PStlg2327 2s.

Family

Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG b. 23 Sep 1829, d. 8 Jun 1900
Children

Citations

  1. [S75] The Times, London, "17/Dec/1861; Page 1; MARRIAGES."
  2. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 99; Folio: 11; Page: 15.
  3. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 516; Folio: 67; Page: 25.
  4. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 84; Folio: 99; Page: 25.
  5. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG124 PN5143.

Col. Henry Marshall

M, #54, b. 18 May 1831, d. 30 April 1914
Father*George Marshall b. 13 Nov 1788, d. 24 Dec 1853
Mother*Sarah Alexander b. 1797, d. 10 Mar 1874
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
BirthHenry was born at Mount Alvernia, Godalming, Surrey, on 22 April 1831. 
Baptism*He was baptized on 18 May 1831 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1,2 
He was the son of George Marshall and Sarah Alexander
Schoolatte*Henry attended at Winchester College, Winchester, Hampshire, between 1843 and 1846. 
OccupationHe was Article Clerk in 1851 at Godalming, Surrey
Census 1851*He was listed as the nephew of Henry Marshall in the 1851 census at 38 High St, Godalming, Surrey.3
Biography*Henry played amateur first class cricket from 1853 to 1863 and represented Surrey in 1853 and 1854. His height is recorded as being 6'1". He was described as a "middle order right hand batsman. His final first class match was for the MCC in 1863.4
NoteIn the Great Room of the King's Arms, Godalming
(according to a different newspaper it was The Red Lion) a dinner is hosted in the most liberal manner by Henry Marshall to welcome home the twelve English cricketers who have beaten the Americans. Henry, President of the Surrey County Club, was in the Chair; and that staunch patron of cricket, Mr Alexander Marshall, filled the Vice-chair. The Surrey cricketers generally received an invite, and the room was thronged by numerous friends from all parts. Amongst the company was the elite of Godalming and various parts of the County of Surrey, and above 150 sat down at the table. A more agreeable meeting, perhaps, has never been passed … Many toasts were given and responded to in the happiest manner in speeches by Mr Alexander Marshall and Mr Fred Lillywhite. 
MarriageHe married Alice Heath Jary on 18 June 1860. 
Settlement*Col. Henry Marshall and Sarah Alexander were New Tag There is record in the Surrey Archives of litigation in 1860 concerning the Settlement of Marriage between Henry Marshall and Alice Heath. on 17 July 1860.5
Residence*Col. Henry Marshall lived on 18 July 1860 at Regents Park, London
Marr Reg*The marriage of Henry and Alice Heath Jary was registered during the quarter ending September 1860 in the Blofield, Norfolk registration district.6 
Military* According to Gen Sir Fred Marshall his nephew, Henry, was the Colonel of the 9th Lancers in the 1860's. Click here for more details on the 9th Lancers in the nineteenth century and the Army List - 1869.
Occupation*Col. Henry Marshall was Major in the 9th Lancers on 3 August 1870. 
Note*Is recorded in the will of Sarah Marshall as being her son.7 
MilitaryCol. Henry Marshall was Lt. Col H. Marshall retired on half pay.
Recorded in the 9th Lancers Afhan Roll. on 29 June 1879. 
Census 1881*He was listed as head of household in the 1881 census at 8 Marina St, Hastings St Lenards, Sussex.8
Census 1901*He was listed as a visitor of Royal Exeter Hotel, Exeter, Devon in the 1901 census.9
Death*Henry died on 30 April 1914 at Stanford House, Ipswich, Suffolk, at age 82. 
Probate*His estate was granted probate on 20 June 1914 at London; MARSHALL Henry of Stanford House Ipswich died 30 April 1914.
Probate London 20 June to Ernest Theodore Marshall late captain H.M. Army Harold Ralph Marshall esquire and Oswald Percival Marshall one of the Trinity House Bretheren.
Effects Pstlg 33986 15s.

Family

Alice Heath Jary b. 5 Dec 1831, d. 4 Jul 1920
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre.
    GOD/4/1.
  3. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1594; Folio: 778; Page: 61.
  4. [S17] Lord Alverstone, Surrey Cricket Its History and Associations, page 478.
  5. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: 1266/9/1.
  6. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, Marriages: 1860 Q3; Blofield, Norfolk; Vol 4b / Page 313.
  7. [S37] Will of Sarah Marshall.
  8. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 1029; Folio: 75; Page: 11.
  9. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 1040; Folio: 140; Page: 32.

Frederic Marshall

M, #55, b. 12 May 1793, d. 16 January 1829
Father*Robert Bryant Marshall b. 2 Jul 1758, d. 25 Feb 1842
Mother*Sarah Edsell b. 24 Apr 1765, d. 24 Mar 1819
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Name VariationFrederic Marshall was also known as Frederick Marshall. 
Baptism*He was baptized on 12 May 1793 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1 
He was the son of Robert Bryant Marshall and Sarah Edsell
Death*Frederic died on 16 January 1829 at Godalming, Surrey, at age 35. 
Burial*His body was interred on 23 January 1829 at Godalming, Surrey, at St Peter & St Paul. He is recorded in the Parish Register as "of Mead Row, Age 36". His gravestone carries the Inscription: "Frederick, son of Robert & Sarah Marshall, died Jan 16, 1829, aged 35 years." He is buried with his father (Robert) and mother (Sarah) and brother (Robert).2 

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S66] West Surrey Burials, West Surrey Burials to 1865, Godalming.

Henry Marshall

M, #56, b. 12 April 1795, d. 22 September 1874
Father*Robert Bryant Marshall b. 2 Jul 1758, d. 25 Feb 1842
Mother*Sarah Edsell b. 24 Apr 1765, d. 24 Mar 1819
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Name-CommHis usual name was Harry. 
Baptism*Henry Marshall was baptized on 12 April 1795 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1 
He was the son of Robert Bryant Marshall and Sarah Edsell
Note*Was appointed a Commissioner for the Godalming Navigation.2 
Will*In Robert Bryant Marshall's will, Henry was named by Robert to handle his estate on 15 March 1830 at Edenbridge, Kent.
BiographyHenry was elected Warden of the Borough of Godalming in 1831; elected (First) Mayor 31 December 1835 and also served as Mayor 1841, 1853, 1862. In addition to being a Solicitor he was a Clerk of Peace in the County of Surrey. 
BiographyHenry Marshall was recorded in the 1832 Pigot's Directory as an Attorney - Hascomb Rd.3 
Subscrip'n*Henry Marshall was New Tag In 1833 Henry subscribed to "A Topographical Dictionary of England", comprising the several counties, cities, boroughs, corporate and market towns, parishes, chapelries, and townships, and the islands of Guernsey, Jersey, and Man, with Historical and Statistical Descriptions; illustrated by maps of the different counties and islands; A Map of England, shewing the principal towns, roads, railways, navigable rivers, and canals; and a plan of London and its environs; and embellished with engravings of the arms of the cities, bishopricks, universities, colleges, corporate towns, and boroughs, and of the seals of the several municipal corporations. Second edition. With an Appendix, describing the electoral boundaries of the several boroughs, as defined by the late Act. By Samuel Lewis Vol. I., 1833, LEWIS, Samuel. London, Andover. Printed by S. Lewis and Co., 87, Aldersgate-Street. Bensley, printer, Andover. in 1833. 
Census 1841*He was listed as head of household in the 1841 census at High St, Godalming, Surrey.4
Biography*In the 1850 Lawlist Henry is recorded as being an attorney with the firm Pontifex and Moginie. 
Census 1851*He was listed as head of household in the 1851 census at 38 High St, Godalming, Surrey.5
Census 1861*He was listed as head of household in the 1861 census at 147 High St, Godalming, Surrey. John and Henry are both listed as Solicitors.
Charles is listed as a Barrister.6
Photograph*Henry Marshall is captured in this early photograph together with Murray Marshall, John, Mary & Julia Pontifex circa 1865 Old Croft, High St, Godalming, Surrey.
Death*Henry died on 22 September 1874 at Godalming, Surrey, at age 79. 
Probate*His estate was granted probate on 13 May 1875. 

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S7] Godalming Navigation Register of Traffic.
  3. [S85] Pigot's Director, 1840 "1832."
  4. [S52] Census Records, 1841 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1073; Folio: 4; Page: 7.
  5. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1594; Folio: 778; Page: 61.
  6. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 429; Folio: 107; Page: 23.

Ann Bryant Marshall

F, #57, b. 23 May 1798, d. 4 May 1834
Father*Robert Bryant Marshall b. 2 Jul 1758, d. 25 Feb 1842
Mother*Sarah Edsell b. 24 Apr 1765, d. 24 Mar 1819
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
William Pontifex - descendants
Baptism*Ann Bryant Marshall was baptized on 23 May 1798 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1 
She was the daughter of Robert Bryant Marshall and Sarah Edsell
Marriage*She married William Pontifex at Godalming on 8 June 1820.2,3,4 
Death*Ann died on 4 May 1834 at London at age 35; at the birth of her 6th child, Sarah Marshall [Pontifex] who died after six months. 
Burial*She was buried in 1834 at St Andrew, Holborn, London
Probate*Her estate was granted probate on 27 August 1834 at London; Pontifex, Ann of 2 Calthorpe-street Gray's-inn-road Middlesex (wife of William Pontifex) died 4 May 1834 Administration London 27 August to Wiliam Pontifex esquire.
Effects Pstlg355 6s 2d.

Family

William Pontifex b. 28 Mar 1793, d. 30 Oct 1870
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S75] The Times, London, "10/June/1820: Page 3."
  3. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Film No: 170677.
  4. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre
    GOD/2/3.

William Pontifex

M, #58, b. 28 March 1793, d. 30 October 1870
Father*William Pontifex b. 22 Oct 1766, d. 26 Jun 1851
Mother*Mary Bailey b. 23 Nov 1767, d. 18 Mar 1838
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
William Pontifex - descendants
Birth*William was born at London on 28 March 1793.1 
He was the son of William Pontifex and Mary Bailey
BaptismWilliam was baptised on 30 March 1796 at St Andrew, Holborn, London.1 
ResidenceHe lived at Gloucester Place, Hyde Park Gardens, London; according to Gen Sir Fred Marshall. 
Marriage*He married Ann Bryant Marshall at Godalming on 8 June 1820.2,3,4 
Probate*William Pontifex was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Ann Bryant Marshall on 27 August 1834 at London; Pontifex, Ann of 2 Calthorpe-street Gray's-inn-road Middlesex (wife of William Pontifex) died 4 May 1834 Administration London 27 August to Wiliam Pontifex esquire.
Effects Pstlg355 6s 2d.
BiographyWilliam is listed in Pigots 1840 Lewisham, as living at 7 Montpelier row, Blackheath under the heading, Royality, Nobility, Gentry and Clergy.5 
Census 1841*He was listed as head of household in the 1841 census at Lewisham, Kent. William is living on "Independent Means" in Lewisham.6
Residence*William Pontifex lived on 1 July 1846 at Eliot Place, Blackheath, Greenwich, Kent
Census 1851*He was listed as head of household in the 1851 census at St John, Paddington, London. William and son Frederick are coppersmiths.7
Marriage*William Pontifex married Sophia Wright on 3 December 1864 at St Nicholas, Brighton, Sussex.8 
Death*William died on 30 October 1870 at 8 Calverly Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, at age 77. 
BiographyOf London and Montpelier Crescent, Brighton and late of Tunbridge Wells.9 
Biography*The children of William [Pontifex] (1793-1870) and Ann were two sons William born 1821 and Frederic born 1827 and three daughters Emily, Anna and Clara, all born at 2 Calthorpe St, London.

William and his brother were educated at Dr. Lord's school at Tooting and the former continued at Putney College, being intended for the family business which he joined for a short while. The father lost Ann, May 1834, at the birth of her 6th child Sarah Marshall who died after six months.

William moved from London in 1840 and went to live at Eliot Place, Blackheath, near Charlton, Kent. His wife Ann was buried at St Andrew's Churchyard, Holborn.

William had been apprenticed to his father and gained his freedom of the Armourers' and Brassiers' Company and admitted to the Livery January 1818, he was selected to the Court 1846 and became Master 1849. William left Blackheath about 1851 and went to live with his remaining unmarried daughter Anne at 61 Gloucester Place, W, then retired about 1855 living at Chichester, where his daughter married Walter Lord in 1856, thereafter he lived at Park Mead House, Reigate.

In 1864 he married Sophia and resided at 28 Montpelier Cres, Brighton. Then later at 8 Calverly Park, Tunbridge Wells where he died in October 1870, being buried at Rusthall Churchyard, Tunbridge Wells.

William had not such a forceful personality as his brother Edmund, he was able, ingenious in inventions, amiable and cultured. He was generous to his children and to Edmund Alfred because he refused to withdraw capital from the business to ease the difficulties of his nephew, who had a high regard for him. 
Burial*His body was interred after 30 October 1870 at Tunbridge Wells, Kent, at Rusthall Church. 
Probate*His estate was granted probate on 16 January 1871 at Principal Registry, London; The Will of two Codicils of William Pontifex late of Calverley Park Tunbridge Wells in the County of Kent and of 28 Montpelier-crescent was proved at the Principal Registry by William Pontifex of 11 Regency-square Brighton Esquire and Frederick Pontifex of 8 St. Martin's-place Trafalgar-square in the County of Middlesex Esquire the Sons two of the Executors.
Effects under Psstlg120,000.

Family

Ann Bryant Marshall b. 23 May 1798, d. 4 May 1834
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: P010516.
  2. [S75] The Times, London, "10/June/1820: Page 3."
  3. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Film No: 170677.
  4. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre
    GOD/2/3.
  5. [S85] Pigot's Director, 1840 "Lewisham 1840."
  6. [S52] Census Records, 1841 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 484; Folio: 7; Page: 6.
  7. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1467; Folio: 145; Page: 15.
  8. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), No source information.
  9. [S13] Claude E.C. Pontifex, The Pontifexes of West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

Sarah Marshall

F, #59, b. 22 August 1800, d. 27 July 1830
Father*Robert Bryant Marshall b. 2 Jul 1758, d. 25 Feb 1842
Mother*Sarah Edsell b. 24 Apr 1765, d. 24 Mar 1819
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
William Pontifex - descendants
BirthSarah Marshall was born on 31 July 1800 at Godalming, Surrey.1 
Baptism*She was baptized on 22 August 1800 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.2 
She was the daughter of Robert Bryant Marshall and Sarah Edsell
Marriage*She married Edmund Pontifex at Godalming on 8 June 1820.3,4,5 
Death*Sarah died on 27 July 1830 at Godalming, Surrey, at age 29; beloved wife of Edmund Pontifex Esq., of Lavender Hill.1,6 
BurialShe was buried after 27 July 1830 at Godalming, Surrey.1 

Family

Edmund Pontifex b. 19 Jun 1791, d. 8 Aug 1870
Children

Citations

  1. [S13] Claude E.C. Pontifex, The Pontifexes of West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  3. [S75] The Times, London, "10/Jun/1820: Page 3."
  4. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Film No: 170682.
  5. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre
    GOD/2/3.
  6. [S75] The Times, London, "3/Aug/1830: Page 4."

Edmund Pontifex

M, #60, b. 19 June 1791, d. 8 August 1870
Father*William Pontifex b. 22 Oct 1766, d. 26 Jun 1851
Mother*Mary Bailey b. 23 Nov 1767, d. 18 Mar 1838
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
William Pontifex - descendants
Birth*Edmund was born at London on 19 June 1791.1 
He was the son of William Pontifex and Mary Bailey
BaptismEdmund was baptised on 30 March 1796 at St Andrew, Holborn, London.1 
Marriage*He married Sarah Marshall at Godalming on 8 June 1820.2,3,4 
Residence*Edmund Pontifex lived in 1840 at Branhope Lodge, Charlton, Kent; according to Gen Sir Fred Marshall. 
Marriage*Edmund Pontifex married Elizabeth Goodman circa 1841.5 
Census 1841*He was listed as head of household in the 1841 census at Charlton, Kent.6
Census 1851*He was listed as head of household in the 1851 census at Plumstead, Charlton, Kent. In this census, Edmund is recorded as a merchant and manufacturer of metals & chemicals.7
Note*Grant of College of Arm for ever to Edmund Pontifex of Bath and his descendants and by other descendants of his late father William Pontifex.5 
Census 1861*He was listed as head of household in the 1861 census at Faifields, Weston, Somerset.8
BiographyHe lived 1 Calthorpe St. Bloomsbury, London in 1820, Lavender Hill, Battersea after 1827, Shoe Lane in 1830 and after death of wife Sarah; Bramhope Lodge Charlton Kent (1840). Retired from Shoe Lane firm in 1853, settled in Bath with his second wife and young family.

He had promised his eldest son one-third of his capital on the son's marriage on 30 Aug 1855 in which year he recorded the family in the Fairfield house, Newbridge bill. College of Arms. The promise was neither kept nor was any settlement made; it is believed the two never met after the marriage.

In the 1841 census, Edmund and daughters, Sarah and Helen are living in Charlton next Woolwich, Kent, England. In the 1851 census, Edmund and his son Edmund and daughter Sarah are living in Plumstead, Charlton, England. Edmund has four servants in his household. He is employed as a merchant and manufacturer of metals and chemicals.

Edmund is listed in the 1859 Bristol Post Office Directory and Gazetteer.

Found living in Weston, Somerset, in the 1861 census with wife Elizabeth. 
Biography*Edmund Pontifex of Bramhope Lodge Charton, Kent, and of London, and late of Audley Weston, near Bath, Somerset. 
Death*Edmund died on 8 August 1870 at Audley Park Gardens, Weston, Bath, Somerset, at age 79.5 
BurialHe was buried after 8 August 1870 at Yate, Gloucestershire.5 
Probate*His estate was granted probate on 14 October 1870 at Principal Registry, London; The Will with a Codicil of Edmund Pontifex late of Audley Park Gardens Weston near the City of Bath in the County of Somerset Esquire deceased who died 1 August 1870 at Audley Park Gardens aforesaid was proved at the Principal Registry by the aoths of Elizabeth Pontifex of Audley PArk GArdens aforesaid Widow the Relict and the Reverend Alfred Pontifex of Yate in the County of Gloucester Clerk the Son two of the Executors.
Effects under Pstlg200,000.

Family 1

Sarah Marshall b. 22 Aug 1800, d. 27 Jul 1830
Children

Family 2

Elizabeth Goodman b. 1816, d. 1888
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: P010516.
  2. [S75] The Times, London, "10/Jun/1820: Page 3."
  3. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Film No: 170682.
  4. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre
    GOD/2/3.
  5. [S13] Claude E.C. Pontifex, The Pontifexes of West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.
  6. [S52] Census Records, 1841 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 481; Folio: 24; Page: 9.
  7. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1590; Folio: 42; Page: 26.
  8. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 1696; Folio: 77; Page: 4.

Mary Marshall

F, #61, b. 3 October 1804, d. 7 November 1864
Father*Robert Bryant Marshall b. 2 Jul 1758, d. 25 Feb 1842
Mother*Sarah Edsell b. 24 Apr 1765, d. 24 Mar 1819
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
William Pontifex - descendants
Birth*Mary Marshall was born on 3 October 1804 at Godalming, Surrey
She was the daughter of Robert Bryant Marshall and Sarah Edsell
BaptismMary Marshall was baptized on 2 November 1804 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1 
Marriage*She married John Pontifex at Godalming on 3 August 1825.2 
Census 1851*She was listed as the wife of John Pontifex in the 1851 census at Blackheath, Greenwich, Kent.3
(Sister) Census 1861She was listed as the sister of Henry Marshall in the 1861 census at 147 High St, Godalming, Surrey. John and Henry are both listed as Solicitors.
Charles is listed as a Barrister.4
Death*Mary died on 7 November 1864 at Croom's Hill, Greenwich, at age 60. 
Burial*She was buried in 1864 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
Probate*Her estate was granted probate on 9 October 1865 at London; Pontifex, Mary of Croom's-hill Greenwich Kent (wife of John Pontifex) died 7 November 1864 Administration London 9 Otober to Julia Pontifex spinster.
Effects Pstlg355 6s 2d.

Family

John Pontifex b. 11 Feb 1796, d. 7 May 1875
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre
    GOD/2/3.
  3. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1586; Folio: 389; Page: 19.
  4. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 429; Folio: 107; Page: 23.

William Pontifex

M, #62, b. 22 October 1766, d. 26 June 1851
Father*William Pontifex b. 17 Jan 1746, d. 12 Oct 1824
Mother*Hannah Loughton b. 31 Aug 1737, d. 22 Jun 1822
ChartsWilliam Pontifex - descendants
Birth*William was born at Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, on 22 October 1766. 
He was the son of William Pontifex and Hannah Loughton
BaptismWilliam was baptised on 19 November 1766 at Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire
Marriage*He married Mary Bailey on 17 July 1789. 
Death*William died on 26 June 1851 at age 84. 
Burial*His body was interred at Cheshunt, Hertfordshire
Biography*Coppersmith of Grove Lodge, Mitcham, Surrey; 16 John St, Bedford Row and of the City of London and late of Turners Hill, Cheshunt, Herts.1 

Family

Mary Bailey b. 23 Nov 1767, d. 18 Mar 1838
Children

Citations

  1. [S13] Claude E.C. Pontifex, The Pontifexes of West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

Elizabeth Brewer

F, #63, b. 1750, d. 10 September 1823
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Elizabeth was born in 1750. 
BaptismElizabeth was baptised on 12 August 1750 at Shalford, Surrey.1 
Marriage*Elizabeth Brewer married John Chitty on 17 November 1769 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.2 
Marriage*She married Thomas Marshall on 18 August 1782.2 
Will*She made a will at Godalming, Surrey, on 23 August 1823.3
Death*Elizabeth died on 10 September 1823 at Godalming, Surrey.4,5 
Burial*She was buried on 13 September 1823 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
ProbateHer estate was granted probate on 13 November 1823; PROB 11/1167
Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
Name of Register: Richard Quire Numbers 601-650
Date: 13 Nov 1823
Will of Elizabeth Marshall, Widow of Godalming, Surrey. 

Family

John Chitty b. 15 Nov 1745
Child

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: P013741.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M013331.
  3. [S44] Thomas Allen, A History of the County of Surrey.
  4. [S14] Percy Woods, Percy Woods Collection, Reference C1 427.
  5. [S66] West Surrey Burials, West Surrey Burials to 1865, Godalming.

Thomas Marshall

M, #64, b. 26 December 1744, d. 1786
Father*Thomas Marshall b. 17 May 1715, d. b 23 Oct 1770
Mother*Mary Briant b. 30 Apr 1724, d. b 1 Mar 1772
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Baptism*Thomas Marshall was baptized on 26 December 1744 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
He was the son of Thomas Marshall and Mary Briant
Marriage*He married Elizabeth Brewer on 18 August 1782.1 
Biography*Died without issue, according to Gen Sir Fred Marshall. 
Death*Thomas died in 1786 at Godalming, Surrey
Burial*His body was interred on 21 March 1786 at Godalming, Surrey, at St Peter & St Paul. 

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M013331.

William Marshall

M, #65, b. 23 November 1746
Father*Thomas Marshall b. 17 May 1715, d. b 23 Oct 1770
Mother*Mary Briant b. 30 Apr 1724, d. b 1 Mar 1772
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Baptism*William Marshall was baptized on 23 November 1746 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
He was the son of Thomas Marshall and Mary Briant
Marriage*He married Mary Jeter at Godalming on 28 November 1777.1 

Family

Mary Jeter b. c 1757
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M013331.

Mary Jeter

F, #66, b. circa 1757
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Mary Jeter was born circa 1757. 
Marriage*She married William Marshall at Godalming on 28 November 1777.1 

Family

William Marshall b. 23 Nov 1746
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M013331.

John Marshall

M, #67, b. 16 November 1747, d. before 26 January 1748
Father*Thomas Marshall b. 17 May 1715, d. b 23 Oct 1770
Mother*Mary Briant b. 30 Apr 1724, d. b 1 Mar 1772
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Baptism*John Marshall was baptized on 16 November 1747 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
He was the son of Thomas Marshall and Mary Briant
Death*John died before 26 January 1748 at Godalming, Surrey
Burial*His body was interred on 26 January 1748 at Godalming, Surrey, at St Peter & St Paul.1 

Citations

  1. [S66] West Surrey Burials, West Surrey Burials to 1865, Godalming: infant of Thomas.

John Marshall

M, #69, b. 2 June 1750
Father*Thomas Marshall b. 17 May 1715, d. b 23 Oct 1770
Mother*Mary Briant b. 30 Apr 1724, d. b 1 Mar 1772
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Baptism*John Marshall was baptized on 2 June 1750 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
He was the son of Thomas Marshall and Mary Briant
Burial*His body was interred on 19 June 1753 at Godalming, Surrey, at St Peter & St Paul.1 

Citations

  1. [S66] West Surrey Burials, West Surrey Burials to 1865, Godalming: child of Thomas.

Mary Marshall

F, #70, b. 25 April 1755
Father*Thomas Marshall b. 17 May 1715, d. b 23 Oct 1770
Mother*Mary Briant b. 30 Apr 1724, d. b 1 Mar 1772
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Baptism*Mary Marshall was baptized on 25 April 1755 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
She was the daughter of Thomas Marshall and Mary Briant
Marriage*Mary Marshall married Thomas Davis on 7 June 1781 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey; Witnesses: Thomas Marshall, Sarah Marshall. 

Family

Thomas Davis b. 14 Mar 1760
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: P012291.

William Withall

M, #71, b. 11 November 1760
Father*Richard Withall b. 21 Nov 1737
Mother*Elisabeth (?) b. c 1739
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Baptism*William was baptised on 11 November 1760 at Haslemere, Surrey.1 
He was the son of Richard Withall and Elisabeth (?)
Marriage*He married Sarah Marshall at Godalming on 13 October 1777.2 

Family

Sarah Marshall b. 24 Oct 1756
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: P013481.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M013331.
  3. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.

Ann Marshall

F, #72, b. 2 August 1761
Father*Thomas Marshall b. 17 May 1715, d. b 23 Oct 1770
Mother*Mary Briant b. 30 Apr 1724, d. b 1 Mar 1772
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Baptism*Ann Marshall was baptized on 2 August 1761 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
She was the daughter of Thomas Marshall and Mary Briant
Marriage*Ann Marshall married Richard Randall on 1 January 1782 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1 

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M013331.

George Craig

M, #73, b. 14 June 1914, d. 25 June 1991
Father*Thomas Stannus Craig b. 23 Sep 1870
Mother*Olivia Hill b. 16 May 1877
Birth*George was born at 8 Willowgrove, Upper Newtonards Rd, Belfast, Northern Ireland, on 14 June 1914. 
He was the son of Thomas Stannus Craig and Olivia Hill
Marriage*He married Hilda Victoria Louvaine Watters at Belfast on 12 March 1941. 
Residence*George Craig lived in 1964 at 11 Turner Park, Balerno, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
Death*George died on 25 June 1991 at City Hospital, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, at age 77.1 

Family

Hilda Victoria Louvaine Watters b. 6 Oct 1915
Children

Citations

  1. [S18] Interview, Barbara Hall, Aug 2002, Interview with Hilda Craig 2002.

Hilda Victoria Louvaine Watters

F, #74, b. 6 October 1915
Father*George Watters b. 3 Nov 1873, d. 5 May 1925
Mother*Sarah Ann Keenan b. 1874, d. 1958
Birth*Hilda was born at 10 Rosemount Terrace, Londonderry, Northern Ireland, on 6 October 1915. 
She is the daughter of George Watters and Sarah Ann Keenan
BaptismHilda Victoria Louvaine Watters was baptized on 28 November 1915 at Christchurch Church, Parish Templemore, Londonderry, Northern Ireland; by I W MacQuaide (Rector). 
Birth RegHer birth was registered during the quarter ending March 1916 in the Londonderry registration district.1 
Note*Hilda took 18 months shorthand/typing (120 w/m shorthand; 60 w/m typing).

She got her first job with Alexanders (Solicitors) in Waring Street. His uncle was head of lawyers in N. Ireland. He didn't attend to his business and Hilda was out of a job.

Through a friend she got a job in Young & Andersons. Mr Alfred Hanna - a high mason - took her on as a copy typist in the invoice office. She was only a teenager then. Thr staff jealous of her as the boys looked out for her. She moved up to mantles to sell Knox McCluggage from Larne, the buyer was Miss Woodside.2 
Marriage*She married George Craig at Belfast on 12 March 1941. 

Family

George Craig b. 14 Jun 1914, d. 25 Jun 1991
Children

Citations

  1. [S121] Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes 1845-1958: Births: Londonderry 1916 Q1; Film 101076; Volume 2; Page 155.
  2. [S18] Interview, Barbara Hall, Aug 2002.

Kenneth Craig

M, #75, b. 17 January 1944
Father*George Craig b. 14 Jun 1914, d. 25 Jun 1991
Mother*Hilda Victoria Louvaine Watters b. 6 Oct 1915
Birth*Kenneth was born at 108 Tyndale Park, Ballysilan Rd, Belfast, Northern Ireland, on 17 January 1944. 
He is the son of George Craig and Hilda Victoria Louvaine Watters

Albert Harold Brown

M, #76, b. 20 July 1894, d. 28 August 1966
Father*Abraham Brown b. 1857, d. Dec 1935
Mother*Harriet Ann Blythe b. 1858, d. Jun 1917
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Honor Maskell - descendants (#1)
Honor Maskell - descendants (#2)
Note*1. He was an educated man, spoke Hindustani;
2. Served with RAF, rising to Sqadron Leader .... Paymaster
3. Served with the RAF in Egypt. Pauline Hall remembers seeing the family off from Southhampton when she was about 12 (circa 1936).1 
Birth*Albert Harold Brown was born on 20 July 1894 at Cemetery Lane, Alford, Spilsby, Lincolnshire; Age 25 at the time of his marriage.2
He was the son of Abraham Brown and Harriet Ann Blythe
Birth RegHis birth was registered during the quarter ending September 1894 in the Spilsby, Lincolnshire registration district.2 
(Son) Census 1901He was listed as the son of Abraham Brown in the 1901 census at Finsbury St, Alford, Lincolnshire.3
(Son) Census 1911He was listed as the son of Abraham Brown in the 1911 census at Farlesthorpe Rd, Alford, Lincolnshire.4
Residence*Albert Harold Brown lived on 27 September 1919 at 16 Harcourt Terrace, Downes Road, Enfield, Essex
Occupation*He was Corporal, No: 3334414, R.A. F on 27 September 1919. 
Marriage*He married Dorothy Frances Nicholas at Edmonton on 27 September 1919.5
ResidenceAlbert Harold Brown lived circa 1958 at Skegness, Lincolnshire
Death*Albert died on 28 August 1966 at Skegness, Lincolnshire, at age 72. 
Death RegAlbert's death was registered during the quarter ending September 1966 in the Spilsby, Lincoilnshire registration district; Age at death: 72.6 

Family 1

Dorothy Frances Nicholas b. Jun 1898, d. Nov 2003
Children

Family 2

Edith Alma Nicholas b. 8 Nov 1900, d. 9 Dec 1994
Child

Citations

  1. [S59] Interview, Pauline Hall.
  2. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1894 Q3; Spilsby, Lincolnshire; Vol 7a / Page 525.
  3. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 3079; Folio: 43; Page: 4.
  4. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN19871.
  5. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 27 September 1919; Edmonton, Middlesex; No: 186.
  6. [S103] PRO Indexes "Deaths: 1066 Q3; Spilsby, Lincolnshire; Vol 3b / Page 395."

Edith Alma Nicholas

F, #77, b. 8 November 1900, d. 9 December 1994
Father*Walter Nicholas b. c 1867, d. 1949
Mother*Emma Barbara Kohler b. 3 Oct 1866, d. 15 Jul 1914
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Honor Maskell - descendants
Biography*Known to her three grandchildren as "Nanny Nick." 
Birth*Edith was born at 86 Grange Rd, Ilford, Essex, on 8 November 1900.1,2 
She was the daughter of Walter Nicholas and Emma Barbara Kohler
(Daughter) Census 1901She was listed as the daughter of Walter Nicholas in the 1901 census at 86 Grange Rd, Ilford, Essex.3
(Daughter) Census 1911She was listed as the daughter of Walter Nicholas in the 1911 census at 22 Edenbridge Rd, Bush Hill Park, Enfield, Middlesex.4
Confirmation*Edith Alma Nicholas was confirmed on 14 March 1917 at St. Andrew, Enfield, Middlesex; Age: 16.
Telephone*Her telephone number was Guildford 4321 in 1946 at The Berries, 34 Farnham Rd, Guildford, Surrey
Marriage*She married George Beasley at Guildford circa 1957. 
Death*Edith died on 9 December 1994 at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Portsmouth, Hampshire, at age 94.5 
Cremation*She was cremated at Crematorium, Guildford, Surrey, on 14 December 1994. 

Family

Albert Harold Brown b. 20 Jul 1894, d. 28 Aug 1966
Child

Citations

  1. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 1651 Folio: 19 Page 29 Schedule 187.
  2. [S104] PRO Indexes "Births: Dec 1900; Romford, Essex; Vol 4a / Page 544."
  3. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 1651; Folio: 19; Page: 29.
  4. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-RN7371.
  5. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Deaths: 12/1994; Portsmouth, Hampshire; Register A48A / Entry 235.

Walter Nicholas

M, #78, b. circa 1867, d. 1949
Father*George Nicholas b. c 1841, d. Jun 1921
Mother*Frances Wilson b. c 1841, d. Dec 1919
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Honor Maskell - descendants
Biography*Understood to be Jewish, but in marrying a gentile, ceased to practice his religion. 
Birth*Walter was born at Whitechapel, London, circa 1867. 
He was the son of George Nicholas and Frances Wilson
Birth RegHis birth was registered during the quarter ending June 1867 in the Pancras, London registration district.1 
(Son) Census 1871He was listed as the son of George Nicholas in the 1871 census at 5 Osborne Place, Whitechapel, London.2
(Son) Census 1881He was listed as the son of George Nicholas in the 1881 census at 118 Balance Rd, Hackney, London.3
(Son) Census 1891He was listed as the son of George Nicholas in the 1891 census at 8 Osborne Grove, Walthamstow, Essex.4
Marriage*He married Emma Barbara Kohler at Walthamstow on 24 August 1895.5 
Census 1901*He was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at 86 Grange Rd, Ilford, Essex.6
Census 1911*He was listed as head of household in the 1911 census at 22 Edenbridge Rd, Bush Hill Park, Enfield, Middlesex.7
Death Reg*Walter's death was registered during the quarter ending 1949 in the Edmonton, Essex registration district; Age at death: 84.8 

Family

Emma Barbara Kohler b. 3 Oct 1866, d. 15 Jul 1914
Children

Citations

  1. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, Births: 1867 Q2; Pancras, London; Vol 1b / Page 10.
  2. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 512; Folio: 17; Page: 28.
  3. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 310; Folio: 55; Page: 27.
  4. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 1358; Folio: 63; Page: 17.
  5. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages 1895 Q3; West Ham, London; Vol 4a / Page 269.
  6. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 1651; Folio: 19; Page: 29.
  7. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-RN7371.
  8. [S103] PRO Indexes "Deaths: 1949; Edmonton, Middlesex; Vol 5e / Page 488."

Emma Barbara Kohler

F, #79, b. 3 October 1866, d. 15 July 1914
Father*Bernhard Kohler b. c 1838, d. Sep 1881
Mother*Honor Maskell b. 16 Apr 1843, d. 6 Oct 1914
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Honor Maskell - descendants
Name-CommHer usual name was Barbara. 
Birth*Emma was born at 27 Robert St, Hampstead, London, on 3 October 1866.1,2
She was the daughter of Bernhard Kohler and Honor Maskell
BaptismEmma Barbara Kohler was baptized on 11 November 1866 at St Mary, Whitechapel, London.2 
Birth RegHer birth was registered during the quarter ending December 1866 in the Pancras, London registration district.1 
(Daughter) Census 1881She was listed as the daughter of Bernhard Kohler in the 1881 census at 1 Prospect Place, Tottenham, London.3
(Step-daughter) Census 1891She was listed as the step-daughter of William Munro in the 1891 census at Woodburn Villa", Hoe St, Walthamstow, Essex. "woodburn Villa."4
Marriage*She married Walter Nicholas at Walthamstow on 24 August 1895.5 
Census 1901*She was listed as the wife of Walter Nicholas in the 1901 census at 86 Grange Rd, Ilford, Essex.6
Census 1911*She was listed as the wife of Walter Nicholas in the 1911 census at 22 Edenbridge Rd, Bush Hill Park, Enfield, Middlesex.7
Death*Emma died on 15 July 1914 at Edmonton, Essex, at age 47.8 
Death RegEmma's death was registered during the quarter ending September 1914 in the Enfield, Essex registration district.9 

Family

Walter Nicholas b. c 1867, d. 1949
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Ref: Pancras, London 1866 Q4 Vol 1b Page 13.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C025541.
  3. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 1384; Folio: 153; Page: 41.
  4. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 1355; Folio: 4; Page: 2.
  5. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages 1895 Q3; West Ham, London; Vol 4a / Page 269.
  6. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 1651; Folio: 19; Page: 29.
  7. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-RN7371.
  8. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Deaths: 1914 Q3; Edmonton, London; Vol 3a / Page 513.
  9. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Deaths: 1914 Q3; Edmonton, London; Vol 3a / Page 513.

Honor Maskell

F, #80, b. 16 April 1843, d. 6 October 1914
Father*Samuel Maskell b. c 1813, d. 31 Oct 1887
Mother*Susan Sutton b. 10 Apr 1811, d. 15 Nov 1893
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Honor was born at Rayleigh, Essex, on 16 April 1843.1
She was the daughter of Samuel Maskell and Susan Sutton
(Daughter) Census 1851She was listed as the daughter of Samuel Maskell in the 1851 census at 11 Three Colt Corner, Bethnal Green, London.2
(Daughter) Census 1861She was listed as the daughter of Samuel Maskell in the 1861 census at Blackberry Inn, Tottenham, London.3
Marriage*She married Bernhard Kohler on 24 December 1865.
Residence*Honor Maskell lived on 24 December 1865 at Stratford, Essex
Marr RegThe marriage of Honor and Bernhard Kohler was registered during the quarter ending December 1865 in the West Ham, London registration district.4 
Census 1881*She was listed as the wife of Bernhard Kohler in the 1881 census at 1 Prospect Place, Tottenham, London.5
Probate*Honor Maskell was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Bernhard Kohler on 19 August 1881; The will of Bernhard Kohler late of 1 Prospect-place West Green in the County of Middlesex who died 2 August 1881 at 1 Prospect-place was proved at the Principal Registry by Honor Kohler of 1 Prospect-place Widow the Relict one of the Executors.
Marr Reg*The marriage of Honor Maskell and William Munro was registered during the quarter ending September 1888 in the Southwark, London registration district.6 
Census 1891*She was listed as the wife of William Munro in the 1891 census at Woodburn Villa", Hoe St, Walthamstow, Essex. "woodburn Villa."7
Census 1901*She was listed as the wife of William Munro in the 1901 census at Woodburn Villa, 343 Hoe St, Walthamstow, Essex.8
Census 1911*She was listed as the wife of William Munro in the 1911 census at 343 Hoe St, Walthamstow, Essex.9
Will*She left a will on 9 December 1913 at Woodburn Villa, 343 Hoe St, Walthamstow, Essex
Death*Honor died on 6 October 1914 at age 71. 
Probate*Her estate was granted probate on 10 November 1914 at London; Munro, Honor of Woodburn Villa 343 Hoe-street Walthamstow Essex (wife of William Munro) died 6 October 1914. Probate London 10 Novemeber to Elizabeth Kohler and Anna Catherine Kohler spinsters and Herbert Roper Barrett solicitor.
Effects Pstlg4064 12s 3d.
Will*She made a will on 10 November 1914.10 
Biography*George Barnes has supplied a family tree for Honor Maskell. Click here for details.11

Family

Bernhard Kohler b. c 1838, d. Sep 1881
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1843 Q2; Rochford, Essex; Vol 12/Page 198.
  2. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1542; Folio: 299; Page: 11.
  3. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 795; Folio: 41; Page: 34.
  4. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1865 Q4; West Ham, London; Vol 4a / Page 50.
  5. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 1384; Folio: 153; Page: 41.
  6. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1888 Q3; St Saviour Southwark, London: Vol 1d / Page 185.
  7. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 1355; Folio: 4; Page: 2.
  8. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 1627; Folio: 125; Page: 49.
  9. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14 PN 9690.
  10. [S46] Will of Honor Munro.
  11. [S102] Interview, George W. Barnes, eMail dated 27 Nov 2009.
  12. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: Sep 1871; St. Saviour, London; Vol 1d / Page 30.

Dorothy Frances Nicholas

F, #81, b. June 1898, d. November 2003
Father*Walter Nicholas b. c 1867, d. 1949
Mother*Emma Barbara Kohler b. 3 Oct 1866, d. 15 Jul 1914
ChartsHonor Maskell - descendants
Nickname Dorothy Frances Nicholas also went by the name of Dolly. 
BirthDorothy Frances Nicholas was born on 25 February 1898 at Ilford, Essex.1 
Birth Reg*Her birth was registered during the quarter ending June 1898 in the Romford, Essex registration district.2,3 
She was the daughter of Walter Nicholas and Emma Barbara Kohler
(Daughter) Census 1901She was listed as the daughter of Walter Nicholas in the 1901 census at 86 Grange Rd, Ilford, Essex.4
(Daughter) Census 1911She was listed as the daughter of Walter Nicholas in the 1911 census at 22 Edenbridge Rd, Bush Hill Park, Enfield, Middlesex.5
Residence*Dorothy Frances Nicholas lived on 27 September 1919 at 82 Bertram Rd, Enfield, Essex
Marriage*She married Albert Harold Brown at Edmonton on 27 September 1919.6
Death Reg*Dorothy's death was registered during the quarter ending November 2003 in the Sutton-on-Sea, Lincolnshire registration district.1,7 

Family

Albert Harold Brown b. 20 Jul 1894, d. 28 Aug 1966
Children

Citations

  1. [S116] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Owner: AlisonMatson1.
  2. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 1651 Folio: 19 Page 29 Schedule 187.
  3. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1898 Q2; Romford, Essex; Vol 4a / Page 453.
  4. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 1651; Folio: 19; Page: 29.
  5. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-RN7371.
  6. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 27 September 1919; Edmonton, Middlesex; No: 186.
  7. [S103] PRO Indexes "Register No: V1D; District: 603/1V; Entry No: 123."

Muriel Elizabeth Nicholas

F, #82, b. June 1899, d. 8 February 1984
Father*Walter Nicholas b. c 1867, d. 1949
Mother*Emma Barbara Kohler b. 3 Oct 1866, d. 15 Jul 1914
ChartsHonor Maskell - descendants
Nickname Muriel Elizabeth Nicholas also went by the name of Minnie. 
BirthMuriel Elizabeth Nicholas was born on 13 April 1899 at Ilford, Essex.1 
Birth Reg*Her birth was registered during the quarter ending June 1899 in the Romford, Essex registration district.2 
She was the daughter of Walter Nicholas and Emma Barbara Kohler
(Daughter) Census 1901She was listed as the daughter of Walter Nicholas in the 1901 census at 86 Grange Rd, Ilford, Essex.3
(Daughter) Census 1911She was listed as the daughter of Walter Nicholas in the 1911 census at 22 Edenbridge Rd, Bush Hill Park, Enfield, Middlesex.4
Occupation*Muriel Elizabeth Nicholas was a nurse all her working lfe at the Isolation Hospital, Muswell Hill N14.5 
Photograph*Minnie & Chickie in the garden at home [Enfield] circa 1924 at Enfield, Essex.
Death*Muriel died on 8 February 1984 at Skegness, Lincolnshire, at age 84.6 

Citations

  1. [S116] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, BROWN family tree; Owner: AlisonMatson1.
  2. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births 1899 Q2 Vol 4a / Page 513.
  3. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 1651; Folio: 19; Page: 29.
  4. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-RN7371.
  5. [S59] Interview, Pauline Hall.
  6. [S116] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com.

Ruby Anita Nicholas

F, #83, b. September 1902, d. April 1993
Father*Walter Nicholas b. c 1867, d. 1949
Mother*Emma Barbara Kohler b. 3 Oct 1866, d. 15 Jul 1914
ChartsHonor Maskell - descendants
BirthRuby Anita Nicholas was born on 12 July 1902.1 
Birth Reg*Her birth was registered during the quarter ending September 1902 in the Romford, Essex registration district.2 
She was the daughter of Walter Nicholas and Emma Barbara Kohler
(Daughter) Census 1911She was listed as the daughter of Walter Nicholas in the 1911 census at 22 Edenbridge Rd, Bush Hill Park, Enfield, Middlesex.3
Marr Reg*The marriage of Ruby and Samuel E Newson was registered during the quarter ending September 1922 in the Edmonton, Essex registration district.4 
Death Reg*Ruby's death was registered during April 1993 in the Southampton, Hampshire registration district; age at death: 90.1 

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Deaths: April 1993; Southampton, Hampshire; E9A 5002E.
  2. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births 1902 Q3 Vol 4a / Page 590.
  3. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-RN7371.
  4. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1922 Q3; Edmonton, Essex; Vol 2a / Page 1207.

Phyllis Amy Nicholas

F, #84, b. December 1909, d. March 1985
Father*Walter Nicholas b. c 1867, d. 1949
Mother*Emma Barbara Kohler b. 3 Oct 1866, d. 15 Jul 1914
ChartsHonor Maskell - descendants
Nickname Phyllis Amy Nicholas also went by the name of Chickie. 
BirthPhyllis Amy Nicholas was born on 30 October 1909.1 
Birth Reg*Her birth was registered during the quarter ending December 1909 in the Edmonton, Essex registration district.2 
She was the daughter of Walter Nicholas and Emma Barbara Kohler
(Daughter) Census 1911She was listed as the daughter of Walter Nicholas in the 1911 census at 22 Edenbridge Rd, Bush Hill Park, Enfield, Middlesex.3
Photograph*Minnie & Chickie in the garden at home [Enfield] circa 1924 at Enfield, Essex.
Marr Reg*The marriage of Phyllis Amy Nicholas and Stanley Booth was registered during the quarter ending September 1932 in the Edmonton, Essex registration district.4 
Death Reg*Phyllis's death was registered during March 1985 in the South Warwickshire, Warwickshire registration district; Age at death: 75.1 

Family

Stanley Booth b. Sep 1906
Child

Citations

  1. [S103] PRO Indexes "Deaths: Mar 1985; South Warwickshire, Warwickshire; Vol 31 / Page 513."
  2. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, Births: Q4 1909; Edmonton, Middlesex; Vol 3a / Page 645.
  3. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-RN7371.
  4. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, Marriages: 1932 Sep; Edmonton, Essex; Vol 32 / Page 2214.

Ada Emily Phillips

F, #85, b. 15 October 1854, d. 18 January 1927
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Ada was born at Mortlake, Surrey, on 15 October 1854. 
Marriage*She married Bryant Marshall on 20 July 1889.1 
Census 1891*She was listed as the wife of Bryant Marshall in the 1891 census at Langham, Godalming, Surrey.2
Probate*Ada Emily Phillips was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Bryant Marshall on 25 May 1895 at London; MARSHALL Bryant of Langham Godalming Surrey died 23 April 1895
Probate London 25 May to Ada Emily widow.
Effects Pstlg 1512 17s 2d.
Census 1901*She was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at Christhurst Cottage, Shalford, Surrey.3
Census 1911*She was listed as head of household in the 1911 census at 28 New Steine, Brighton, Sussex.4
Death*Ada died on 18 January 1927 at age 72. 
Burial*Her body was interred in 1927 at Busbridge, Godalming, Surrey

Family

Bryant Marshall b. 7 Sep 1851, d. 23 Apr 1895
Child

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M147901.
  2. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 562; Folio: 8; Page: 10.
  3. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 620; Folio: 42; Page: 14.
  4. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN5090.

Horace Bryant Marshall

M, #86, b. 10 April 1890, d. 29 June 1965
Father*Bryant Marshall b. 7 Sep 1851, d. 23 Apr 1895
Mother*Ada Emily Phillips b. 15 Oct 1854, d. 18 Jan 1927
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Attributes*Horace Bryant Marshall was deaf from childhood.1 
Birth*Horace was born at Godalming, Surrey, on 10 April 1890. 
He was the son of Bryant Marshall and Ada Emily Phillips
Birth RegHis birth was registered during the quarter ending June 1890 in the Guildford, Surrey registration district.2 
(Son) Census 1891He was listed as the son of Bryant Marshall in the 1891 census at Langham, Godalming, Surrey.3
Census 1901*He was listed as the son of Ada Emily Phillips in the 1901 census at Christhurst Cottage, Shalford, Surrey.4
Census 1911*He was listed as the son of Ada Emily Phillips in the 1911 census at 28 New Steine, Brighton, Sussex.5
Residence*Horace Bryant Marshall lived in 1938 at Tilthams, Shalford, Surrey.6 
Death*Horace died on 29 June 1965 at age 75. 
Burial*His body was interred in 1965 at Busbridge, Godalming, Surrey

Citations

  1. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 620 Folio: 42 Page 14 Schedule 97.
  2. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1890 Q2; Guildford, Surrey; Vol 2a / Page 87.
  3. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 562; Folio: 8; Page: 10.
  4. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 620; Folio: 42; Page: 14.
  5. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN5090.
  6. [S35] Kelly's Surrey County Directory.

Ernest Montague Everitt

M, #87, b. March 1861, d. 16 September 1939
Father*William Edward Everitt b. 28 Jun 1830, d. 22 Apr 1910
Mother*Fanny Barbara Webb b. 1839, d. Sep 1874
Birth Reg*His birth was registered during the quarter ending March 1861 in the Birmingham, Warwickshire registration district.1 
Ernest Montague Everitt was the son of William Edward Everitt and Fanny Barbara Webb
(Son) Census 1861He was listed as the son of William Edward Everitt in the 1861 census at Edgebaston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.2
BaptismErnest was baptised on 22 April 1861 at Ladywood, St John, Warwickshire
(Boarder) Census 1871He was listed a boarder in the 1871 census at Weston Super Mare, Somerset.3 
(Son) Census 1881He was listed as the son of William Edward Everitt in the 1881 census at Finstall Park, Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.4
Marriage*He married Beatrice Ellen Felton at Kensington on 26 April 1893.5 
Occupation*Ernest Montague Everitt was Director of Public Companies in 1901.6 
Census 1901*He was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at Cooper's Hill, Alvechurch, Birmingham, Warwickshire.7
Census 1911*He was listed as head of household in the 1911 census at Cooper's Hill, Alvechurch, Birmingham, Warwickshire.8
Residence*He lived in 1912 at Cooper's Hill House, Alvechurch, Birmingham, Warwickshire
Death*Ernest died on 16 September 1939 at Greenwood, Brockenhust, Hampshire, at age 78.9 
Probate*His estate was granted probate on 16 January 1940 at Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1861 Q1; Kings Norton, Warwickshire; Vol 6c / Page 456.
  2. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 2123; Folio: 102; Page: 1.
  3. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 2461; Folio: 76; Page: 5.
  4. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 2940; Folio: 120; Page: 14.
  5. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1893 Q2; Kensington, London; Vol 1a / Page 218.
  6. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 2802 Folio: 17 Page 26 Schedule 197.
  7. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 2802; Folio: 17; Page: 26.
  8. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN17811.
  9. [S75] The Times, London, "10/Feb/1940: Wills & Bequests: Page 9."

Francis Douglas Everitt

M, #88, b. June 1864, d. December 1914
Father*William Edward Everitt b. 28 Jun 1830, d. 22 Apr 1910
Mother*Fanny Barbara Webb b. 1839, d. Sep 1874
Name-CommHis usual name was Douglas. 
BaptismFrancis was baptised on 29 June 1864 at Ladywood, St John, Warwickshire
Birth Reg*His birth was registered during the quarter ending June 1864 in the Birmingham, Warwickshire registration district.1 
He was the son of William Edward Everitt and Fanny Barbara Webb
Census 1871He was listed a boarder in the 1871 census at Weston Super Mare, Somerset.2 
Census 1881*He was listed as a student in the 1881 census at Malvern College, Great Malvern, Worcestershire.3 
(Son) Census 1891He was listed as the son of William Edward Everitt in the 1891 census at Finstall House, Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.4
Marr Reg*The marriage of Francis and Lillian Alice N Barnard was registered during the quarter ending March 1897 in the Hereford & Worcester, Worcestershire registration district.5,6 
Occupation*Francis Douglas Everitt was Managing Director of CopperWorks, Engineer in 1901.5,7 
Census 1901*He was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at Walnut Cottage, Grimley Lane, Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.8
(Executor) ProbateRobert Gordon Everitt was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of William Edward Everitt on 1 June 1910 at London
(Testator) WillHe made a will on 31 March 1911.9 
Census 1911*He was listed as head of household in the 1911 census at West Ford, Droitwich, Worcestershire.10
Residence*Francis Douglas Everitt lived in 1912 at Westford House, Dodderhill, Droitwich, Worcestershire
Death Reg*Francis's death was registered during the quarter ending December 1914 in the Farnham, Surrey registration district; age at death 50.11 

Family

Lillian Alice N Barnard b. c 1870
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1864 JQ2; Kings Norton, Worcestershire; Vol 6c / Page 447.
  2. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 2461; Folio: 76; Page: 5.
  3. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 2919; Folio: 102; Page: 30.
  4. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 2345; Folio: 166; Page: 8.
  5. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 2802 Folio: 17 Page 26 Schedule 197.
  6. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages; 1897 Q1; Hereford & Worcester, Worcestershire; Vol 6c / Page 403.
  7. [S75] The Times, London, "7/Jun/1890: Page 18."
  8. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 2802; Folio: 17; Page: 26.
  9. [S75] The Times, London, "31/Mar/1911: Page 2."
  10. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN17766.
  11. [S103] PRO Indexes "Deaths: Q4 1914; Farnham, Surrey; Vol 2a / Page 174."

Beatrice Fanny Everitt

F, #89, b. March 1868, d. 1961
Father*William Edward Everitt b. 28 Jun 1830, d. 22 Apr 1910
Mother*Fanny Barbara Webb b. 1839, d. Sep 1874
Birth Reg*Her birth was registered during the quarter ending March 1868 in the Birmingham, Warwickshire registration district.1 
Beatrice Fanny Everitt was the daughter of William Edward Everitt and Fanny Barbara Webb
Census 1871*She was listed a boarder in the 1871 census at Weston Super Mare, Somerset.2 
Census 1881*She was listed as a student in the 1881 census at Malvern College, Great Malvern, Worcestershire.3
Marr Reg*The marriage of Beatrice Fanny Everitt and Henry Stewart Hooper was registered during the quarter ending September 1888 in the Bromsgrove, Worcestershire registration district.4 
Census 1891*She was listed as the wife of Henry Stewart Hooper in the 1891 census at 56, Elm Court, Dodderhill, Droitwich, Worcestershire.5
Census 1901*She was listed as the wife of Henry Stewart Hooper in the 1901 census at 106 Hartington Rd, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, Lancashire.6
Census 1911*She was listed as the wife of Henry Stewart Hooper in the 1911 census at Shenstone, Lichfield, Staffordshire.7
Death Reg*Beatrice's death was registered during 1961 in the Westminister, London registration district.8 

Family

Henry Stewart Hooper b. 1855
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1868 Q1; Kings Norton, Worcestershire; Vol 6c / Page 452.
  2. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 2461; Folio: 76; Page: 5.
  3. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 2919; Folio: 102; Page: 42.
  4. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1888 Q3; Bromsgrove, Worcestershire; Vol 6c / Page 54.
  5. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 2343; Folio: 155; Page 9.
  6. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 3440; Folio: 13; Page: 18.
  7. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN16882.
  8. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Deaths: 1961; Westminister, London; Vol 5c / Page 404.

Henry Stewart Hooper1

M, #90, b. 1855
Birth*Henry Stewart Hooper was born in 1855 at Worcester, Worcestershire
Marr Reg*The marriage of Henry Stewart Hooper and Beatrice Fanny Everitt was registered during the quarter ending September 1888 in the Bromsgrove, Worcestershire registration district.2 
Census 1891*He was listed as head of household in the 1891 census at 56, Elm Court, Dodderhill, Droitwich, Worcestershire.3
Census 1901*He was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at 106 Hartington Rd, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, Lancashire.4
Census 1911*He was listed as head of household in the 1911 census at Shenstone, Lichfield, Staffordshire.5

Family

Beatrice Fanny Everitt b. Mar 1868, d. 1961
Children

Citations

  1. [S41] Surrey Advertiser, 26 Feb 1921, In the ?? Aug 1892 issue covering the marriage of Murray Wyatt Marshall to Alice Maud Everitt, Mr & Mrs H S Hooper (attending the wedding) were recorded as a brother-in-law and sister of the bride.
  2. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1888 Q3; Bromsgrove, Worcestershire; Vol 6c / Page 54.
  3. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 2343; Folio: 155; Page 9.
  4. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 3440; Folio: 13; Page: 18.
  5. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN16882.

William Munro

M, #91, b. circa 1837, d. March 1916
ChartsHonor Maskell - descendants
Birth*William Munro was born circa 1837 at Christchurch, Southwark, Surrey
Marriage*William Munro married Sarah (?) in 1858.1 
Census 1881*He was listed as head of household in the 1881 census at Church St South, Broadway, West Ham, London.2
Marr Reg*The marriage of William Munro and Honor Maskell was registered during the quarter ending September 1888 in the Southwark, London registration district.3 
Census 1891*He was listed as head of household in the 1891 census at Woodburn Villa", Hoe St, Walthamstow, Essex. "woodburn Villa."4
Occupation*William Munro was Retired Licensed Victualler in 1901.5 
Census 1901*He was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at Woodburn Villa, 343 Hoe St, Walthamstow, Essex.6
Census 1911*He was listed as head of household in the 1911 census at 343 Hoe St, Walthamstow, Essex.7
Death Reg*William's death was registered during the quarter ending March 1916 in the Christchurch, Hampshire registration district.8 

Family

Sarah (?) b. 1830
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  2. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 1717; Folio: 88; Page: 57.
  3. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1888 Q3; St Saviour Southwark, London: Vol 1d / Page 185.
  4. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 1355; Folio: 4; Page: 2.
  5. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 1627 Folio: 125 Page 49 Schedule 339.
  6. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 1627; Folio: 125; Page: 49.
  7. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14 PN 9690.
  8. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Deaths: 19816 Q1; Christchurch, Hampshire; Vol 2b / Page 990.

Elizabeth Kohler

F, #92, b. December 1867, d. 1952
Father*Bernhard Kohler b. c 1838, d. Sep 1881
Mother*Honor Maskell b. 16 Apr 1843, d. 6 Oct 1914
ChartsHonor Maskell - descendants
Name-CommHer usual name was Bessie. 
Birth Reg*Her birth was registered during the quarter ending December 1867 in the Hampstead, London registration district.1 
Elizabeth Kohler was the daughter of Bernhard Kohler and Honor Maskell
BaptismElizabeth was baptised on 24 July 1870 at St George the Matyr, Southwark, Surrey.2 
(Daughter) Census 1881She was listed as the daughter of Bernhard Kohler in the 1881 census at 1 Prospect Place, Tottenham, London.3
(Step-daughter) Census 1891She was listed as the step-daughter of William Munro in the 1891 census at Woodburn Villa", Hoe St, Walthamstow, Essex. "woodburn Villa."4
Photograph*A photograph of Bess & Anna Kohler circa 1900.
Occupation*Elizabeth Kohler was Milliner in 1901.5 
(Step-daughter) Census 1901She was listed as the step-daughter of William Munro in the 1901 census at Woodburn Villa, 343 Hoe St, Walthamstow, Essex.6
(Step-daughter) Census 1911She was listed as the step-daughter of William Munro in the 1911 census at 343 Hoe St, Walthamstow, Essex.7
Biography*Lived in a "lovely cottage" at "Ford End", Chelmsford, according to Pauline Hall Feb, 2000.
Probate*Elizabeth Kohler was named an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Honor Maskell on 10 November 1914 at London; Munro, Honor of Woodburn Villa 343 Hoe-street Walthamstow Essex (wife of William Munro) died 6 October 1914. Probate London 10 Novemeber to Elizabeth Kohler and Anna Catherine Kohler spinsters and Herbert Roper Barrett solicitor.
Effects Pstlg4064 12s 3d.
Will*In Honor Munro's will, Elizabeth was named by Honor to handle her estate on 10 November 1914.8 
Death*Elizabeth died in 1952.9 

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births 1867 Q4; Pancras, London; Vol 1b / Page 26.
  2. [S111] Birth, Deaths & Marriages, London Metropolitan Archives, St George the Maytr, Register of Baptism, P92 / GEO , Item 161..
  3. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 1384; Folio: 153; Page: 41.
  4. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 1355; Folio: 4; Page: 2.
  5. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 1627 Folio: 125 Page 49 Schedule 339.
  6. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 1627; Folio: 125; Page: 49.
  7. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14 PN 9690.
  8. [S46] Will of Honor Munro.
  9. [S102] Interview, George W. Barnes.

Honor Maskell Kohler

F, #93, b. 30 December 1875, d. September 1882
Father*Bernhard Kohler b. c 1838, d. Sep 1881
Mother*Honor Maskell b. 16 Apr 1843, d. 6 Oct 1914
ChartsHonor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Honor Maskell Kohler was born on 30 December 1875.1 
She was the daughter of Bernhard Kohler and Honor Maskell
Birth RegHer birth was registered during the quarter ending March 1876 in the Southwark, Surrey registration district.2 
(Daughter) Census 1881She was listed as the daughter of Bernhard Kohler in the 1881 census at 1 Prospect Place, Tottenham, London.3
BaptismHonor was baptised on 26 June 1881 at St George the Martyr, Southwark, Surrey.4 
Death Reg*Honor's death was registered during the quarter ending September 1882 in the Edmonton, Essex registration district; Age: 6.5 

Citations

  1. [S102] Interview, George W. Barnes.
  2. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1876 Q1; St Saviour Southwark, London; Vol 1d / Page 34.
  3. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 1384; Folio: 153; Page: 41.
  4. [S104] PRO Indexes "St George The Martyr; 1881 / Page 10."
  5. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Deaths: 1882 Q3; Edmonton, Essex, Vol 3a / Page 148.

Susan Sutton

F, #94, b. 10 April 1811, d. 15 November 1893
Father*James Sutton b. 25 Sep 1774
Mother*Mary May b. c 1791
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Name VariationSusan Sutton was also known as Susannah. 
Birth*Susan Sutton was born on 10 April 1811 at Canewdon, Hockley, Essex.1 
She was the daughter of James Sutton and Mary May
BaptismSusan was baptised on 7 May 1811 at Hockley, Essex.1 
Marr Reg*The marriage of Susan Sutton and Samuel Maskell was registered December 1840.2 
Census 1851*She was listed as the wife of Samuel Maskell in the 1851 census at 11 Three Colt Corner, Bethnal Green, London.3
Census 1861*She was listed as the wife of Samuel Maskell in the 1861 census at Blackberry Inn, Tottenham, London.4
Census 1871*She was listed as the wife of Samuel Maskell in the 1871 census.5
Census 1881*She was listed as the wife of Samuel Maskell in the 1881 census at 3 Prospect Place, Tottenham, London.6
Census 1891*She was listed as head of household in the 1891 census at 3 Prospect Place, Tottenham, London.7
Death*Susan died on 15 November 1893 at 357, West Green Road, Tottenham, Middlesex, at age 82. 
Probate*Her estate was granted probate on 13 December 1893 at London; MASKELL Susan of 357 West Green-road Tottenham Middlesexwidow died 13 Novemebr 1893.
Probate London 13 Deceber to Wlliam Maskell gentleman.
Effects Pslg 87 18s 4d.

Family

Samuel Maskell b. c 1813, d. 31 Oct 1887
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C043321.
  2. [S65] 1837online.com, online http://www.1837online.com/Trace2web/, Marriages: 1840 Q4.
  3. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1542; Folio: 299; Page: 11.
  4. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 795; Folio: 41; Page: 34.
  5. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, RG10-1340-59-13.
  6. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 1384; Folio: 152; Page: 40.
  7. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 0176; Folio: 18; Page: 30.
  8. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, HO107/1542-299-11.
  9. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, RG9-795-41-34.

Mary Bailey

F, #95, b. 23 November 1767, d. 18 March 1838
Father*Edmund Bailey b. c 1744
ChartsWilliam Pontifex - descendants
Birth*Mary was born on 23 November 1767. 
She was the daughter of Edmund Bailey
Marriage*She married William Pontifex on 17 July 1789. 
Death*Mary died on 18 March 1838 at Islington, London, at age 70. 
Burial*Her body was interred in 1838 at Holloway, London, at St John. 

Family

William Pontifex b. 22 Oct 1766, d. 26 Jun 1851
Children

William Pontifex

M, #97, b. 17 January 1746, d. 12 October 1824
ChartsWilliam Pontifex - descendants
Biography*William Pontiex was a member of a distinguised family. 
Birth*William was born at Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, on 17 January 1746.1 
Marriage*He married Hannah Loughton on 7 October 1765. 
Death*William died on 12 October 1824 at age 78. 
Burial*His body was interred on 16 October 1824 at Iver, Buckinghamshire

Family

Hannah Loughton b. 31 Aug 1737, d. 22 Jun 1822
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI).

Hannah Loughton

F, #98, b. 31 August 1737, d. 22 June 1822
ChartsWilliam Pontifex - descendants
Birth*Hannah Loughton was born on 31 August 1737 at Iver, Buckinghamshire
Marriage*She married William Pontifex on 7 October 1765. 
Biography*Hannah was the daughter of John Loughton of St Bartholomew the Great, London, and of Iver, Buckinghamshire, England. The Loughton family were seated at Iver and Hillingdon at the beginning of the 13th Century, with a branch later at Kensington. Hannah Loughton married William Pontifex on 7 October 1765 at St James, Clerkenwell, England, and had 8 children.1 
Death*Hannah died on 22 June 1822 at age 84. 
Burial*She was buried after 22 June 1822 at Waltham Abbey, Waltham, Essex

Family

William Pontifex b. 17 Jan 1746, d. 12 Oct 1824
Children

Citations

  1. [S13] Claude E.C. Pontifex, The Pontifexes of West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

Benjamin Major

M, #99, b. 15 August 1976
Father*Alan Robert Major b. 23 Apr 1947
Mother*Lynda Nerine Hall b. 17 Apr 1950
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Benjamin was born at Lower Hutt, New Zealand, on 15 August 1976. 
He is the son of Alan Robert Major and Lynda Nerine Hall

Family

Laura Olsen b. c 1977
Child

Alan Robert Major

M, #100, b. 23 April 1947
Father*Arthur Robert Major b. 22 Jun 1903, d. 27 Aug 1977
Mother*Dorothy Lambert b. 15 Sep 1906, d. 11 Jul 1990
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Alan Robert Major was born on 23 April 1947 at Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex.1 
He is the son of Arthur Robert Major and Dorothy Lambert
Marriage*He married Lynda Nerine Hall on 6 October 1973.2 

Family

Lynda Nerine Hall b. 17 Apr 1950
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1947 Q2; Worthing, Sussex; Vol 5h / Page 843.
  2. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1973 Q4; Surrey SW; Vol 5G / Page 916.

Damian Major

M, #101, b. 26 February 1979
Father*Alan Robert Major b. 23 Apr 1947
Mother*Lynda Nerine Hall b. 17 Apr 1950
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants (#1)
Richard Marshall - descendants (#2)
Honor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Damian was born at Chertsey, Surrey, on 26 February 1979. 
He is the son of Alan Robert Major and Lynda Nerine Hall

Kathleen Hall

F, #102, b. circa 1926, d. circa 1939
Father*Arthur Herbert Hall b. Dec 1900, d. 24 May 1980
Mother*Madelaine Murray Marshall b. 21 Mar 1893, d. Dec 1966
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Kathleen Hall was born circa 1926. 
She was the daughter of Arthur Herbert Hall and Madelaine Murray Marshall
Death*Kathleen died circa 1939 at Farncombe, Godalming, Surrey; died from Lupus, possibly brought back from the Far East by her brother, Geoff. 

Doreen Margaret Hall

F, #103, b. 9 January 1924, d. 28 December 2006
Father*Arthur Herbert Hall b. Dec 1900, d. 24 May 1980
Mother*Madelaine Murray Marshall b. 21 Mar 1893, d. Dec 1966
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Doreen Margaret Hall was born on 9 January 1924 at Birmingham, Warwickshire
She was the daughter of Arthur Herbert Hall and Madelaine Murray Marshall
Marriage*She married Leonard Haskell at Godalming on 9 July 1949. 
Death*Doreen died on 28 December 2006 at Binscombe, Godalming, Surrey, at age 82. 

Family

Leonard Haskell b. 21 Nov 1917, d. 1973
Children

Citations

  1. [S27] Interview, Doreen Haskell, Aug 2002.

Brenda Audrey Hall

F, #104, b. 20 December 1927, d. 10 January 1998
Father*Arthur Herbert Hall b. Dec 1900, d. 24 May 1980
Mother*Madelaine Murray Marshall b. 21 Mar 1893, d. Dec 1966
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Brenda Audrey Hall was born on 20 December 1927 at Farncombe, Surrey
She was the daughter of Arthur Herbert Hall and Madelaine Murray Marshall
Marr Reg*The marriage of Brenda Audrey Hall and Edward Greenfield was registered during the quarter ending March 1949 in the Guildford, Surrey SW registration district.1 
Marriage*Brenda Audrey Hall married Edward Bidwell on 25 March 1980 at Registry Office, Guildford, Surrey.2 
Death*Brenda died on 10 January 1998 at Royal Surrey Hospital, Guildford, Surrey, at age 70; C.O.A.D.2,3 

Family

Edward Greenfield b. c 1922
Children

Citations

  1. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, Marriage: Mar 1949; Surrey SW; Vol 5g / Page 1385.
  2. [S27] Interview, Doreen Haskell, Aug 2002.
  3. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Ref: West Surrey B3B/282 01/1998.

Mary Christine Hall

F, #105, b. 2 February 1934
Father*Arthur Herbert Hall b. Dec 1900, d. 24 May 1980
Mother*Madelaine Murray Marshall b. 21 Mar 1893, d. Dec 1966
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Mary Christine Hall was born on 2 February 1934 at Guildford, Surrey.1 
She is the daughter of Arthur Herbert Hall and Madelaine Murray Marshall
Marriage*Mary Christine Hall married John William Adaway on 1 November 1952 at St John the Evangelist, Farncombe, Godalming, Surrey.1 

Family

John William Adaway b. 17 Feb 1924, d. 13 Sep 1995
Children

Citations

  1. [S26] Interview, Mary Adaway, Aug 2002.

Roger Murray George Zambra

M, #106, b. 1914, d. 2 October 1940
Father*Captain Nelson Zambra M.C. b. 9 Apr 1882, d. 26 May 1980
Mother*Mary Olive Marshall B.E.M b. 2 May 1884, d. 24 Jun 1972
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Roger was born in 1914. 
He was the son of Captain Nelson Zambra M.C. and Mary Olive Marshall B.E.M
Marriage*He married Monica Moore-Gwyn on 1 June 1940. 
Military* His service number was 25127. 
Death*Roger died on 2 October 1940. 
Burial*His body was interred on 5 October 1940 at Liss, Hampshire, at St Mary. Roger Murray George Zambra, Flight Lieutenant 25157 Royal Air Force, Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regt.), who died on Wednesday, 2nd October 1940, age 26.
Son of Sqdn Ldr Nelson Zambra and Mary Olive Zambra of Privett, Alton.
Husband of Monica Zambra of Liphook. Buried NW of Tower.1
Monument Inscription*He and Warren Zambra R.A. were remembered in a Memorial Tablet on 25 February 1947 at St Mary's Magdalene, West Tisted, Hampshire.2

Citations

  1. [S23] War Graves Commission, online www.cwgc.org.
  2. [S107] 'Alton Gazette and East Hants Observer.'

Ethel Agnes Laughland

F, #107, b. March 1880, d. December 1911
Father*James Laughland J.P. b. c 1846
Mother*Emily Margaret Edmond b. c 1854
Birth Reg*Her birth was registered during the quarter ending March 1880 in the Islington, Middlesex registration district.1 
Ethel Agnes Laughland was the daughter of James Laughland J.P. and Emily Margaret Edmond
Marr Reg*The marriage of Ethel Agnes Laughland and Captain Nelson Zambra M.C. was registered during the quarter ending June 1905 in the Edmonton, Essex registration district.2 
DeathEthel died on 15 December 1911 at St Andrew, Medstead, Hampshire, at age 31; In St. Andrew's Medstead, Hampshire, there is a memorial window is to a Ethel Agnes Zambra, who died on 15th December 1911, and of her baby daughter, Ethel Joyce Margaret, who died on 14th April 1912.
Death Reg*Ethel's death was registered during the quarter ending December 1911 in the Edmonton, Essex registration district.3 
Probate*Her estate was granted probate on 22 March 1912. 

Family

Captain Nelson Zambra M.C. b. 9 Apr 1882, d. 26 May 1980
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1880 Q1; Islington, Middlesex; Vol 1b / Page 338.
  2. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1905 Q2; Edmonton, Middlesex; Vol 3a / Page 975.
  3. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Death Reg: Dec 1911 Edmonton / 3a / 411.

Warren Zambra R.A.

M, #108, b. March 1910, d. 13 September 1944
Father*Captain Nelson Zambra M.C. b. 9 Apr 1882, d. 26 May 1980
Mother*Ethel Agnes Laughland b. Mar 1880, d. Dec 1911
Birth Reg*His birth was registered during the quarter ending March 1910 in the Petersfield, Hampshire registration district.1 
Warren Zambra R.A. was the son of Captain Nelson Zambra M.C. and Ethel Agnes Laughland
Marriage*He married Patricia Joan Montgomery at Chelsea on 19 July 1938.2,3
Death*Warren died on 13 September 1944 at age 34. 
Military* His service number was 44970. 
Burial*His body was interred in 1944 at Gradara, Pesaro, Italy, at Gradara War Cemetery.
Monument Inscription*He and Roger Murray George Zambra were remembered in a Memorial Tablet on 25 February 1947 at St Mary's Magdalene, West Tisted, Hampshire.2

Family

Patricia Joan Montgomery b. c 1920
Child

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1910 Q1; Petersfield, Hampshire; Vol 2c / Page 158.
  2. [S107] 'Alton Gazette and East Hants Observer.'
  3. [S124] Anthony Brunning "The ZAMBRA Family."

David Roger Montgomery Zambra

M, #109, b. circa 1942
Father*Warren Zambra R.A. b. Mar 1910, d. 13 Sep 1944
Mother*Patricia Joan Montgomery b. c 1920
Birth*David was born circa 1942. 
He is the son of Warren Zambra R.A. and Patricia Joan Montgomery
Marriage*David Roger Montgomery Zambra married Andrina Jane Tritton in 1963. 
Will*In Captain Nelson Zambra M.C.'s will, David was named by Nelson to handle his estate on 21 April 1978. 
ResidenceDavid Roger Montgomery Zambra lived after 1980 at Cadogan Gardens, London
Residence*He lived in 2002 at 41 Elsley Rd, London SW11 L, London

Family

Andrina Jane Tritton b. 1944
Child

Elizabeth (?)

F, #110, b. circa 1744, d. 5 May 1823
Birth*Elizabeth was born circa 1744. 
Marriage*She married George Marshall circa 1770. 
Death*Elizabeth died on 5 May 1823. 
Burial*She was buried at Frensham, Surrey; C 29.

Family

George Marshall b. 1749, d. 3 Nov 1837
Child

George Marshall

M, #111, b. 1749, d. 3 November 1837
Birth*George was born in 1749. 
Marriage*He married Elizabeth (?) circa 1770. 
Death*George died on 3 November 1837. 
Burial*His body was interred in 1837 at Frensham, Surrey. C 29

Right hand side
Inscription: In memory of GEORGE MARSHALL who died November 3rd 1837, aged 88 years".

Bottom
Well may the tear of luxury of wo /
From friends, from children and the husband flow. /
This grave to which that solemn look you bend, /
Curtains the wife, the parent, and the friend. /
Death does not always warning give /
Therefore be careful how you live /
O …. be to Christ make no delay /
For no one knows his dying day.

Family

Elizabeth (?) b. c 1744, d. 5 May 1823
Child

George Marshall

M, #112, b. 1773, d. 30 March 1832
Father*George Marshall b. 1749, d. 3 Nov 1837
Mother*Elizabeth (?) b. c 1744, d. 5 May 1823
Marriage*He married Kezia (?)
Birth*George was born in 1773. 
He was the son of George Marshall and Elizabeth (?)
Death*George died on 30 March 1832. 
Burial*His body was interred in 1832. 

Kezia (?)

F, #113, b. 1772, d. 7 September 1809
Marriage*She married George Marshall
Birth*Kezia was born in 1772. 
Death*Kezia died on 7 September 1809. 
Burial*Her body was interred in 1809. 

Charlotte Marshall

F, #114, b. 1860, d. 2 January 1885
Father*Thomas Marshall b. 1832, d. 20 Jul 1886
Mother*Sarah (?) b. c 1837
Birth*Charlotte was born at Frensham, Surrey, in 1860. 
She was the daughter of Thomas Marshall and Sarah (?)
Marriage*She married (?) Siggery circa 1880. 
Death*Charlotte died on 2 January 1885. 
Burial*Her body was interred in 1885. 

Sarah (?)

F, #115, b. circa 1837
Birth*Sarah (?) was born circa 1837. 
Marriage*She married Thomas Marshall circa 1857. 

Family

Thomas Marshall b. 1832, d. 20 Jul 1886
Children

Frederick Marshall

M, #116, b. 5 December 1858, d. 10 August 1885
Father*Thomas Marshall b. 1832, d. 20 Jul 1886
Mother*Sarah (?) b. c 1837
Baptism*Frederick was baptised on 5 December 1858 at Frensham, Surrey.1 
He was the son of Thomas Marshall and Sarah (?)
Death*Frederick died on 10 August 1885 at age 26. 
Burial*His body was interred in 1885 at Frensham, Surrey. C 17. 

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C069743.

(?) Siggery

M, #117, b. circa 1860
Birth*(?) Siggery was born circa 1860. 
Marriage*He married Charlotte Marshall circa 1880. 

Stephen Marshall

M, #118, b. 1803, d. 10 August 1880
Birth*Stephen was born in 1803. 
Death*Stephen died on 10 August 1880. 
Burial*His body was interred in 1880 at Frensham, Surrey. C 17. 

Charles Marshall

M, #119, b. circa 1818
Birth*Charles was born circa 1818. 
Marriage*He married Emma (?)

Emma (?)

F, #120, b. 1818, d. 1 June 1888
Birth*Emma was born in 1818. 
Marriage*She married Charles Marshall
Burial*Her body was interred in 1884 at Frensham, Surrey. C 18. 
Death*Emma died on 1 June 1888. 

Mary Marshall

F, #121, b. 1791, d. 20 June 1877
Birth*Mary was born in 1791. 
Death*Mary died on 20 June 1877. 
Burial*Her body was interred in 1877. 

Sarah (?)

F, #122, b. 1769, d. 15 July 1839
Birth*Sarah was born in 1769. 
Death*Sarah died on 15 July 1839. 
Burial*Her body was interred in 1839 at Frensham, Surrey. D 32. 

Elisha Marshall

M, #124, b. 24 January 1808, d. February 1881
Christening*Elisha was christened on 24 January 1808 at Frensham, Surrey.1 
Marriage*He married Louisa Over on 26 December 1831.2 
Death*Elisha died in February 1881 at age 73. 
Burial*His body was interred in 1881 at Frensham, Surrey. D 57. 

Family

Louisa Over b. 29 Sep 1811, d. 3 Jan 1890
Child

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C069741.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M069743.
  3. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C069743.

Louisa Over

F, #125, b. 29 September 1811, d. 3 January 1890
Birth*Louisa was born at Frensham, Surrey, on 29 September 1811.1 
Marriage*She married Elisha Marshall on 26 December 1831.2 
Death*Louisa died on 3 January 1890 at age 78. 
Burial*Her body was interred in January 1890 at Frensham, Surrey. D 57. 

Family

Elisha Marshall b. 24 Jan 1808, d. Feb 1881
Child

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C069743.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M069743.

Henry Edwin Marshall

M, #126, b. 1867, d. 7 March 1888
Father*William Stephen Marshall b. c 1840
Mother*Ann (?) b. c 1845
Birth*Henry was born in 1867. 
He was the son of William Stephen Marshall and Ann (?)
Death*Henry died on 7 March 1888. 
Burial*His body was interred in 1888 at Frensham, Surrey. E 15. 

William Stephen Marshall

M, #127, b. circa 1840
Birth*William Stephen Marshall was born circa 1840. 
Marriage*He married Ann (?) circa 1865. 

Family

Ann (?) b. c 1845
Children

Ann (?)

F, #128, b. circa 1845
Birth*Ann (?) was born circa 1845. 
Marriage*She married William Stephen Marshall circa 1865. 

Family

William Stephen Marshall b. c 1840
Children

Elizabeth Marshall

F, #129, b. 1870, d. 12 February 1889
Father*William Stephen Marshall b. c 1840
Mother*Ann (?) b. c 1845
Birth*Elizabeth was born in 1870. 
She was the daughter of William Stephen Marshall and Ann (?)
Death*Elizabeth died on 12 February 1889. 
Burial*Her body was interred in 1889 at Frensham, Surrey. E 15. 

Thomas Marshall

M, #130, b. 1832, d. 20 July 1886
Birth*Thomas was born in 1832. 
Marriage*He married Sarah (?) circa 1857. 
Death*Thomas died on 20 July 1886. 
Burial*His body was interred in 1889. 

Family

Sarah (?) b. c 1837
Children

Florence Marion Hull

F, #131, b. 27 February 1856
Father*George James Hull b. c 1812, d. Sep 1878
Mother*Jane Harris1 b. 27 Dec 1817
Birth*Florence Marion Hull was born on 27 February 1856 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.2 
She was the daughter of George James Hull and Jane Harris.1 
(Daughter) Census 1871She was listed as the daughter of George James Hull in the 1871 census at Westbrook House, Godalming, Surrey.3

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch Number C013332.
  3. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 814; Folio: 111; Page: 74.

Edward Greenfield

M, #132, b. circa 1922
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Edward Greenfield was born circa 1922. 
Marr Reg*The marriage of Edward Greenfield and Brenda Audrey Hall was registered during the quarter ending March 1949 in the Guildford, Surrey SW registration district.1 

Family

Brenda Audrey Hall b. 20 Dec 1927, d. 10 Jan 1998
Children

Citations

  1. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, Marriage: Mar 1949; Surrey SW; Vol 5g / Page 1385.
  2. [S27] Interview, Doreen Haskell, Aug 2002.

Leonard Haskell

M, #133, b. 21 November 1917, d. 1973
Father*Harry Albert Haskell b. Sep 1883
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth*Leonard Haskell was born on 21 November 1917 at Farncombe, Godalming, Surrey
He was the son of Harry Albert Haskell
Marriage*He married Doreen Margaret Hall at Godalming on 9 July 1949. 
Death*Leonard died in 1973 at 24 Barnes Rd, Binscombe, Godalming, Surrey; Age 58.1 

Family

Doreen Margaret Hall b. 9 Jan 1924, d. 28 Dec 2006
Children

Citations

  1. [S27] Interview, Doreen Haskell, Aug 2002.

Robert Gordon Everitt

M, #134, b. 1876
Father*William Edward Everitt b. 28 Jun 1830, d. 22 Apr 1910
Mother*Emma Lambert b. 1846
Birth*Robert Gordon Everitt was born in 1876 at Stoke Prior, Worcestershire
He was the son of William Edward Everitt and Emma Lambert
Birth RegHis birth was registered during the quarter ending December 1876 in the Bromsgrove, Worcestershire registration district.1 
(Son) Census 1881He was listed as the son of William Edward Everitt in the 1881 census at Finstall Park, Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.2
(Son) Census 1891He was listed as the son of William Edward Everitt in the 1891 census at Finstall House, Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.3
(Son) Census 1901He was listed as the son of William Edward Everitt in the 1901 census at 45 Portland St, Leamington Priors, Leamington, Warwickshire.4
Probate*Robert Gordon Everitt was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of William Edward Everitt on 1 June 1910 at London
Occupation*Robert Gordon Everitt was Barrister-at-Law: Lincolns Inn, London in 1911.5,6 
Will*In William Edward Everitt and Francis Douglas Everitt's will, Robert was named by William and Francis to handle their estate on 31 March 1911.7 
Census 1911*He was listed as a son in the 1911 census at 2 Lillington Ave, Leamington, Warwickshire.8

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: Q4 1876; Bromsgrove, Worcestershire; Vol 6c / Page 423.
  2. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 2940; Folio: 120; Page: 14.
  3. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 2345; Folio: 166; Page: 8.
  4. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 2931; Folio: 82; Page: 15.
  5. [S75] The Times, London, "12/Jan/1900: Page 12."
  6. [S75] The Times, London, "19/Nov/1901: Page 8."
  7. [S75] The Times, London, "31/Mar/1911: Page 2."
  8. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN18747.

Major Stuart Oswald Everitt

M, #135, b. December 1877
Father*William Edward Everitt b. 28 Jun 1830, d. 22 Apr 1910
Mother*Emma Lambert b. 1846
Name-CommHis usual name was Oswald. 
BirthMajor Stuart Oswald Everitt was born in 1877 at Stoke Prior, Worcestershire
Birth Reg*His birth was registered during the quarter ending December 1877 in the Bromsgrove, Worcestershire registration district.1 
He was the son of William Edward Everitt and Emma Lambert
(Son) Census 1881He was listed as the son of William Edward Everitt in the 1881 census at Finstall Park, Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.2
(Son) Census 1891He was listed as the son of William Edward Everitt in the 1891 census at Finstall House, Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.3
Census 1911*He was listed as a boarder in the 1911 census at at Victoria & Alvert, Belgrave Rd, Torquay, Devon.4
Biography*Golfer.5 
Probate*Major Stuart Oswald Everitt was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Ernest Montague Everitt on 16 January 1940 at Birmingham, Warwickshire.
Note*Pauline Hall believes that Stuart Oswald Everitt helped Geoff purchase his property in Renwick, New Zealand.6 

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1877 Q4; Bromsgrove, Worcestershire; Vol 6c / Page 392.
  2. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 2940; Folio: 120; Page: 14.
  3. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 2345; Folio: 166; Page: 8.
  4. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN12767.
  5. [S75] The Times, London, "22?mar/1928: Page 7."
  6. [S59] Interview, Pauline Hall.

Emma Lambert

F, #136, b. 1846
Father*Thomas Lambert b. 1810
Mother*Eliza Fox b. 2 May 1808, d. 1875
Biography*THOMAS LAMBERT

Of Lamberth and Telham Court, Battle Sussex

1810 – 1881

Thomas Lambert was a successful businessman and property owner and accumulated a considerable estate over his lifetime. We know nothing of his early life. His marriage certificate shows his address as Lamberth in 1840. He was the eldest son of Thomas Lambert (d 1843) and Elizabeth, daughter of James Tiley Esq of Saul, Co, Gloucester.

Thomas (b 1810) and his brother Frederick Walter (d 11.02.1881) were most likely the “sons” in the business of Thomas Lambert & Sons. The 1882 London Post directory shows the firm as “hydraulic and gas engineers, patentees and manufacturers of high pressure valve cocks, closets, pumps, sluice valves, wrought iron tubes and fillings”. The premises were at Short Street, Lamberth SE and 28 to 31 New Cut, Lamberth SE; and Walsall, Staffordshire. We know that both Thomas and his father had the same occupation and so perhaps Thomas Senior founded the business.

On 10 September 1840, Thomas married Eliza Fox in the parish church in Kensington. Eliza (b 02.05.1808) was the daughter of Lt Col Isaac Fox who owned a coffee plantation, Mt Cressy near Kingston in Jamaica. Isaac was lost at sea in January 1811 and her mother, Mary Eliza, was left to raise Eliza and her younger brother, Isaac (b 14.02.1810).

Eliza’s mother, Mary Eliza Young, came from a well-known Scottish family that moved to the West Indies after the 1715 Jacobite uprising, and traced its history to Sir David Young, Chamberlain to Mary Queen of Scots. Mary Eliza’s uncle, Admiral William Young served at Copenhagen and in the Battle of the Nile.

Mary Eliza subsequently remarried twice, firstly to Christopher Parkinson Crisp and then to Charles Thomas Depree. John James Ruskin (1785 – 1864) was a business associate of Charles Depree. He subsequently acted as trustee in the Will of Charles Depree’s daughter. JJ Ruskin was the father of the celebrated art critic and writer, John Ruskin (1819 – 1810). JJ Ruskin’s niece, Mary Bridget Richardson married Eliza’s brother, Isaac (b 1810) who immigrated to Australia in 1838 with his wife and first son, George.

Eliza was 32 years of age when she married Thomas Lambert in 1840. They had seven children. These in order are as follows:

*Thomas Lambert (b 1841).
Thomas appears to have predeceased his father (d 1881) although a photograph the Australian cousins have of him show he reached adulthood.

*Rev Frederick Fox Lambert (b 1843).
Frederick’s qualifications are shown as MA of CCC Oxford, and Rector of Cothall Herts. He was entrusted with the executorship of some of the family Wills and was trustee for the minors of these Wills. He was alive at the time of the First World War when he met his second cousin, namesake and my grandfather, Frederick Young Fox. This was probably in 1918 when FY Fox was recovering from wounds received in France. The only letter held by the Australian cousins from Mary Eliza Depree is dated 23 February 1867. In it she mentions that he preached his first sermon on 13 January in St George’s church and that his father, Thomas was present, unknown to his son, and that he gave a very good sermon.

*Edward Tiley Lambert (b 1844).
Edward Tiley was educated at Rugby and Trinity College, Cambridge (BA 1865) and is shown as a magistrate for Sussex in 1898 and 1907. In 1877 Edward married Janie, third daughter of James McLaren Esq, Innergellie Fife.

We only know of two sons.

** Henry McLaren Lambert (b 1879) was educated at Harrow and at Trinity College, Cambridge. He was Lieutenant in the Royal Dragoons in 1907 and a temporary Captain when he was killed in action in 1915.

**Reginald Everett Lambert (b 1882) was educated at Harrow and at Trinity College, Cambridge (BA 1903 MA 1904) and was a Lieutenant ret, late Nottinghamshire RHA, TF in 1920. He married Evelyn in 1907. She was the second daughter of Alexander Dick – Cunynham Esq of 15 Eccleston Square SW. They had, with other issue, a son Anthony Edward (b 1911). Reginald’s address in 1920 was still shown as the family property left by Thomas Lambert to his father. This was Telham Court, Battle Sussex. The property was bought by Thomas in 1875 form a Samuel Carter Esq and was formerly known as Quarry Hill.

* Emma Lambert (b 1847).
Little is known of Emma. She married William Edward Everett. There may have been a son Frederick, and Australian relative correspond with a Gordon and Keyna Everett.

* Streeter Lambert (b 1848?).
Birth date is not known, but he was not at home in the 1861 census, so could have been older than Frederick and could have died by 1898 when Edward is recorded as the second surviving son. A photo of him at age 30, if it were taken at the same time as the other family members, would give him a birth date of 1848. Streeter inherited the business carried out at Walsall from his father.

*Isaac Cowley Lambert (b 1851). Again, we know noting other than he was present at the death of his grandmother, Mary Eliza Depree who died at home at 15 Buckingham Place, Brighton on 15 April 1875. H
He was not included as an executor of his father’s estate. Mrs Depree, in her letter of 23 February 1867 says that he was contemplating doing law while at Rugby.

*Mary Eliza Lambert (b 1854).
Mary married John Lothian Bell and again, we know only that the Australian relatives correspond with a Thomas and Gladys Bell. A Thomas Bell Jnr is mentioned in Thomas Lambert’s Will.

*Thomas Lambert married a second time after the death of Eliza in 1875. In 1877 he married Emily, second daughter of the late Allen Everett Esq of Edgbaston. It is not known if Thomas’ second wife was related to his daughter, Emma’s husband, William Edmund Everett. Interestingly, Thomas’ son, Edward also included Everett as a second name for his second son and one must assume they held the Everett’s in high regard. It appears at some stage Thomas, Eliza and the children lived with Thomas’ mother in law, Mary Eliza Depree, at 15 Buckingham Place, Brighton on the Sussex coast.

The 1861 census shows Mary Eliza Depree (72), Eliza Lambert (50), and Frederick (17), Emma (14), Isaac C (10), Mary Eliza (6) and a general servant at the address.

The 1871 census showed Mrs Depree living on her own, except for a domestic servant. 
Birth*Emma was born at Balham, Surrey, in 1846. 
She was the daughter of Thomas Lambert and Eliza Fox
BaptismEmma was baptised on 21 October 1846 at St Mark, Kennington, London.1 
(Daughter) Census 1851She was listed as the daughter of Thomas Lambert in the 1851 census at Lambeth, London.2
(Daughter) Census 1871She was listed as the daughter of Thomas Lambert in the 1871 census at 61, Surbiton Hill Rd, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey.3
Marriage*She married William Edward Everitt on 22 September 1875.4 
Census 1881*She was listed as the wife of William Edward Everitt in the 1881 census at Finstall Park, Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.5
Census 1891*She was listed as the wife of William Edward Everitt in the 1891 census at Finstall House, Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.6
Census 1911*She was listed as a boarder in the 1911 census at at Victoria & Alvert, Belgrave Rd, Torquay, Devon.7

Family

William Edward Everitt b. 28 Jun 1830, d. 22 Apr 1910
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: P015571.
  2. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1574; Folio: 382; Page: 33.
  3. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 860; Folio: 104; Page: 16.
  4. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, Marriages: 1875 September; Battle, Sussex; Vol 2b / Page 65.
  5. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 2940; Folio: 120; Page: 14.
  6. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 2345; Folio: 166; Page: 8.
  7. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN12767.

Myra Lambert Everitt

F, #137, b. 1880
Father*William Edward Everitt b. 28 Jun 1830, d. 22 Apr 1910
Mother*Emma Lambert b. 1846
Note*Never married. 
Birth*Myra was born at Stoke Prior, Worcestershire, in 1880. 
She was the daughter of William Edward Everitt and Emma Lambert
Birth RegHer birth was registered during the quarter ending September 1880 in the Bromsgrove, Worcestershire registration district.1 
(Daughter) Census 1891She was listed as the daughter of William Edward Everitt in the 1891 census at Finstall House, Stoke Prior, Worcestershire.2
Name Variation As of 1901, Myra Lambert Everitt was also known as Mary.3 
(Daughter) Census 1901She was listed as the daughter of William Edward Everitt in the 1901 census at 45 Portland St, Leamington Priors, Leamington, Warwickshire.4
(Boarder) Census 1911She was listed as a boarder in the 1911 census at at Victoria & Alvert, Belgrave Rd, Torquay, Devon.5
Psgr ListMyra Lambert Everitt was found on a passenger list on 19 March 1934 at Arrival, Plymouth, Devon; "City of Nagpur"
London, Durban, East London, Port Elizabeth [Algoa Bay], Cape Town and Madeira. 
Psgr ListShe was found on a passenger list on 12 June 1936 at Arrival, Liverpool, Lancashire; "Duchess of York"
Montreal. 

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: Q3 1880; Bromsgrove, Worcestershire; Vol 6c / Page 386.
  2. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 2345; Folio: 166; Page: 8.
  3. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 2931 Folio: 82 Page 15 Schedule 104.
  4. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 2931; Folio: 82; Page: 15.
  5. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, RG14-PN12767.

Dorothy Marchall

F, #138, b. 1 February 1659
Father*Gearge Marshall b. 26 Dec 1629, d. 1680
Mother*Elizabeth Jackmann b. c 1630, d. 1711
Baptism*Dorothy Marchall was baptized on 1 February 1659 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
She was the daughter of Gearge Marshall and Elizabeth Jackmann

Elizabeth Jackmann

F, #139, b. circa 1630, d. 1711
Birth*Elizabeth was born circa 1630. 
Marriage*She married Gearge Marshall at Godalming circa 1652. 
Death*Elizabeth died in 1711. 

Family

Gearge Marshall b. 26 Dec 1629, d. 1680
Children

Dorathy Marchall

F, #140, b. 17 November 1664
Father*Gearge Marshall b. 26 Dec 1629, d. 1680
Mother*Elizabeth Jackmann b. c 1630, d. 1711
Baptism*Dorathy was baptised on 17 November 1664 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
She was the daughter of Gearge Marshall and Elizabeth Jackmann
Marriage*She married John Denyer at Godalming on 7 October 1684.1 

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M013331.

John Denyer

M, #141, b. circa 1659
Birth*John Denyer was born circa 1659 at Godalming, Surrey
Marriage*He married Dorathy Marchall at Godalming on 7 October 1684.1 

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M013331.

Elizabeth Marchall

F, #142, b. 9 June 1622
Father*Thomase Marchall b. c 1582
Mother*Jane Porter b. c 1587, d. 1628
Name VariationElizabeth Marchall was also known as Marshall. 
Baptism*She was baptized on 9 June 1622 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1 
She was the daughter of Thomase Marchall and Jane Porter
Marriage*She married Richard Goringe at Godalming on 9 July 1655. 

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: P013331.

Thomase Marchall

M, #143, b. circa 1582
Father*George Marshall b. c 1560
Name VariationThomase Marchall was also known as Thomas Marshall. 
Birth*Thomase was born at Godalming, Surrey, circa 1582. 
He was the son of George Marshall
BaptismThomase was baptised circa 1602. 
Marriage*He married Jane Porter at Godalming on 25 October 1607. 

Family

Jane Porter b. c 1587, d. 1628
Children

George Marchall

M, #144, b. 19 November 1654
Father*Gearge Marshall b. 26 Dec 1629, d. 1680
Mother*Elizabeth Jackmann b. c 1630, d. 1711
Baptism*George was baptised on 19 November 1654 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
He was the son of Gearge Marshall and Elizabeth Jackmann

Family

Child

Gearge Marshall

M, #145, b. 26 December 1629, d. 1680
Father*Goarge Marshale b. c 1590, d. 1648
Mother*Sara Kease b. c 1595
Name VariationGearge Marshall was also known as George Marshall. 
Baptism*He was baptized on 26 December 1629 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
He was the son of Goarge Marshale and Sara Kease
Marriage*He married Elizabeth Jackmann at Godalming circa 1652. 
Occupation*Gearge Marshall was Parish Clerk after 1652 at Godalming, Surrey
Hearth Tax*He was New Tag 3 hearths in 1664 at Dean's Hold, Godalming, Surrey
Death*Gearge died in 1680. 
Burial*He was buried on 8 March 1680 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey; Clarke. 

Family

Elizabeth Jackmann b. c 1630, d. 1711
Children

Sarah Marchall

F, #146, b. 3 June 1660, d. 1698
Father*Gearge Marshall b. 26 Dec 1629, d. 1680
Mother*Elizabeth Jackmann b. c 1630, d. 1711
Baptism*Sarah Marchall was baptized on 3 June 1660 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
She was the daughter of Gearge Marshall and Elizabeth Jackmann
Marriage*Sarah Marchall married William Deenn on 4 June 1691 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1 
Death*Sarah died in 1698. 
Burial*She was buried on 2 May 1698 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey

Family

William Deenn b. c 1655
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M013332.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013333.

Sara Kease

F, #147, b. circa 1595
Birth*Sara Kease was born circa 1595. 
Marriage*She married Goarge Marshale at Godalming on 2 October 1615. 

Family

Goarge Marshale b. c 1590, d. 1648
Children

Richard Goringe

M, #150, b. 7 November 1624
Father*Frances Goringe b. c 1599
Mother*Sarah Joice (?) b. c 1604
Baptism*Richard was baptised on 7 November 1624 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
He was the son of Frances Goringe and Sarah Joice (?)
Marriage*He married Elizabeth Marchall at Godalming on 9 July 1655. 

Goarge Marshale

M, #151, b. circa 1590, d. 1648
Father*George Marshall b. c 1560
Name VariationGoarge Marshale was also known as George Marshall. 
Birth*Goarge was born circa 1590. 
He was the son of George Marshall
Marriage*He married Sara Kease at Godalming on 2 October 1615. 
Death*Goarge died in 1648. 
Burial*His body was interred on 13 October 1648 at Godalming, Surrey, at St Peter & St Paul. 

Family

Sara Kease b. c 1595
Children

Timothy Marshall

M, #152, b. 30 March 1617
Father*Goarge Marshale b. c 1590, d. 1648
Mother*Sara Kease b. c 1595
Baptism*Timothy Marshall was baptized on 30 March 1617 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
He was the son of Goarge Marshale and Sara Kease
Burial*Timothy Marshall was buried on 30 November 1635 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey

Sarah Marshall

F, #153, b. 25 March 1621
Father*Goarge Marshale b. c 1590, d. 1648
Mother*Sara Kease b. c 1595
Baptism*Sarah Marshall was baptized on 25 March 1621 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
She was the daughter of Goarge Marshale and Sara Kease
Marriage*She married Nicholas Peyto at Godalming on 21 January 1639. 

Family

Nicholas Peyto b. c 1614
Child

Jane Porter

F, #154, b. circa 1587, d. 1628
Birth*Jane Porter was born circa 1587. 
Marriage*She married Thomase Marchall at Godalming on 25 October 1607. 
Death*Jane died in 1628. 
Burial*She was buried on 23 September 1628 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey; Wife of Thomas. 

Family

Thomase Marchall b. c 1582
Children

Thomas Marchall

M, #155, b. 21 September 1617
Father*Thomase Marchall b. c 1582
Mother*Jane Porter b. c 1587, d. 1628
Name VariationThomas Marchall was also known as Thomas Marshall. 
Baptism*He was baptized on 21 September 1617 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1 
He was the son of Thomase Marchall and Jane Porter

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: P013331.

Johan Marchall

M, #156, b. 8 April 1627
Father*Thomase Marchall b. c 1582
Mother*Jane Porter b. c 1587, d. 1628
Name VariationJohan Marchall was also known as John Marshall. 
Name VariationHe was also known as Joane Marshall. 
Baptism*He was baptized on 8 April 1627 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
He was the son of Thomase Marchall and Jane Porter

Family

Child

George Marshall

M, #157, b. circa 1560
Father*(?) Marchall b. c 1535
Birth*George was born circa 1560. 
He was the son of (?) Marchall

Family

Children

Elizabeth Marchall

F, #158, b. 12 October 1656
Father*Gearge Marshall b. 26 Dec 1629, d. 1680
Mother*Elizabeth Jackmann b. c 1630, d. 1711
Baptism*Elizabeth Marchall was baptized on 12 October 1656 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
She was the daughter of Gearge Marshall and Elizabeth Jackmann

Nicholas Peyto

M, #159, b. circa 1614
Birth*Nicholas Peyto was born circa 1614. 
Marriage*He married Sarah Marshall at Godalming on 21 January 1639. 

Family

Sarah Marshall b. 25 Mar 1621
Child

Timothie Marshall

M, #160, b. 30 November 1635
Father*Goarge Marshale b. c 1590, d. 1648
Mother*Sara Kease b. c 1595
Baptism*Timothie Marshall was baptized on 30 November 1635 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey
He was the son of Goarge Marshale and Sara Kease

Robert Marshall

M, #161, b. 3 November 1790, d. 8 June 1806
Father*Robert Bryant Marshall b. 2 Jul 1758, d. 25 Feb 1842
Mother*Sarah Edsell b. 24 Apr 1765, d. 24 Mar 1819
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Baptism*Robert Marshall was baptized on 3 November 1790 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1 
He was the son of Robert Bryant Marshall and Sarah Edsell
Death*Robert died on 8 June 1806 at Godalming, Surrey, at age 15. 
Burial*His body was interred on 12 June 1806 at Godalming, Surrey, at St Peter & St Paul. He is recorded in the Parish Register as "of Mead Row". His gravestone carries the Inscription: "Robert, son of Robert and Sarah Marshall, died 8 June 1806, aged 15 years." He is buried with his father (Robert) and mother (Sarah). 

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013332.

Hilda Therese Jane Marshall

F, #162, b. June 1869, d. 2 June 1945
Father*Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG b. 23 Sep 1829, d. 8 Jun 1900
Mother*Adelaide Laura Howard b. 21 Sep 1839, d. 15 Mar 1916
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Name VariationHilda Therese Jane Marshall was also known as Hylda Therese Jane Marshall. 
Birth Reg*Her birth was registered during the quarter ending June 1869 in the St George Hanover Square, London registration district.1 
She was the daughter of Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG and Adelaide Laura Howard
(Visitor) Census 1871She was listed a visitor of Duchess of Sunderland Annie Leveson Gowers in the 1871 census at Lilleshall Manor, Sheriff Hales, Shropshire.2
(Daughter) Census 1881She was listed as the daughter of Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG in the 1881 census at 9 Eaton Place, Hanover Square, London.3
(Daughter) Census 1891She was listed as the daughter of Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG in the 1891 census at Broadwater, Godalming, Surrey.4
Marr Reg*The marriage of Hilda and Walter de Winton was registered during the quarter ending June 1892 in the St George Hanover Square, London registration district.5 
Census 1901*She was listed as the wife of Walter de Winton in the 1901 census at The Lodge, Dalby Rd, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire.6
Probate*Hilda Therese Jane Marshall was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Adelaide Laura Howard on 15 April 1916 at London; Marshall dame Adelaide Laura of 9 Eaton Place Middlesex widowded 15 March 1916.
Probate to Hylda Teresa Jane de Winton (wife of Walter de Winton a captain (reserve of officers) in His Majesy's Army).
Effects PStlg2327 2s.
Probate*Hilda Therese Jane Marshall was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Walter de Winton on 28 October 1936; de Winton, Walter of Maesllwch Castle Glasbury Radnorshire died 13 Nov 1935 Probate (save and except settled land) London 28 October to Hylda Terese Jane de Winton Widow.
Effects Pstlg20313 0s 6d.
Death*Hilda died on 2 June 1945 at Maesllwch Castle, Glasbury, Radnorshire, Wales.7 
Burial*She was buried on 6 June 1945 at St Peters, Glasbury, Radnorshire, Wales

Family

Walter de Winton b. c 1868, d. 13 Nov 1935
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1869 Q2; St George Hanover Square, London; Vol 1a / Page 322.
  2. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece:27475; Folio: 5; Page: 3.
  3. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 99; Folio: 11; Page: 15.
  4. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 516; Folio: 67; Page: 25.
  5. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1892 Q2; St George Hanover Square, London; Vol 1a / Page 785.
  6. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 3011; Folio: 36; Page: 30.
  7. [S75] The Times, London, "6/Jun/1945: Page 1."

Sybil Mary Marshall

F, #163, b. June 1867, d. 3 May 1933
Father*Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG b. 23 Sep 1829, d. 8 Jun 1900
Mother*Adelaide Laura Howard b. 21 Sep 1839, d. 15 Mar 1916
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Birth Reg*Her birth was registered during the quarter ending June 1867 in the St George Hanover Square, London registration district.1 
Sybil Mary Marshall was the daughter of Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall KCMG and Adelaide Laura Howard
Biography*Sybil Mary Marshall was the daughter of Lt.-Gen. Sir Frederick Marshall. She was born before 1872.
She married, firstly, William Arnold Webster Levy Lawson, 3rd Baron Burnham in 1887.
She married, secondly, Gavin George Hamilton, 2nd Baron Hamilton of Dalzell, son of John Glencairn Carter Hamilton (1st Baron Hamilton of Dalzell) and Emily Eleanor Leslie-Melville, on 24 July 1912.
She died on 3 May 1933.2 
(Visitor) Census 1871She was listed a visitor of Duchess of Sunderland Annie Leveson Gowers in the 1871 census at Lilleshall Manor, Sheriff Hales, Shropshire.3
Marr Reg*The marriage of Sybil Mary Marshall and William Arnold Webster Lawson 3rd Baron Burnham was registered during the quarter ending December 1887 in the St George Hanover Square, London registration district.4 
DivorceSybil and William were divorced on 15 January 1912.
Marriage*Sybil Mary Marshall married Gavin George Hamilton 2nd Baron Hamilton of Dalzell, J.T., C.V.O., M.C. on 24 July 1912 at London.5
Death*Sybil died on 3 May 1933 at age 65. 

Family

William Arnold Webster Lawson 3rd Baron Burnham b. 19 Mar 1864, d. 14 Jun 1943
Children

Citations

  1. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, Births: 1867 Q2; St George Hannover Square, London; Vol 1a / Page 329.
  2. [S61] The Peerage.com, online http://www.thepeerage.com, Person 21141.
  3. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece:27475; Folio: 5; Page: 3.
  4. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1887 Q4; St George Hanover Square, London; Vol 1a / Page 795.
  5. [S75] The Times, London, "25/Jul/1925: Page 9."
  6. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 81 Folio: 158 Page 76 Schedue 373.

Thomas Lambert

M, #164, b. 1810
Birth*Thomas Lambert was born in 1810 at London
Marriage*Thomas Lambert married Eliza Fox on 10 September 1840 at Kensington, London
Occupation*Thomas Lambert was a Brass Foundry owner on 30 March 1851.1 
Census 1851*He was listed as head of household in the 1851 census at Lambeth, London.2
Census 1871*He was listed as head of household in the 1871 census at 61, Surbiton Hill Rd, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey.3
MarriageHe married Emily Everitt on 12 September 1877.4 

Family

Eliza Fox b. 2 May 1808, d. 1875
Children

Citations

  1. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, HO107-1574-382-33.
  2. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1574; Folio: 382; Page: 33.
  3. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 860; Folio: 104; Page: 16.
  4. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M010641.
  5. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: P015571.

Streeter Lambert

M, #165, b. 15 December 1848, d. September 1910
Father*Thomas Lambert b. 1810
Mother*Eliza Fox b. 2 May 1808, d. 1875
Birth RegHis birth was registered during the quarter ending March 1848 in the Lambeth, London registration district.1 
Baptism*Streeter was baptised on 15 December 1848 at St Mark, Kennington, London.2 
He was the son of Thomas Lambert and Eliza Fox
(Son) Census 1851He was listed as the son of Thomas Lambert in the 1851 census at Lambeth, London.3
Marriage*He married Constance Frances B Lyon at Kennington in December 1893.4 
Telephone*His telephone number was Western 1838 in 1906 at 47 Prince's Gate, London
Death Reg*Streeter's death was registered during the quarter ending September 1910 in the St George Hanover Square, London registration district; 4.5 

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1848 March; Lambeth, Surrey; Vol 4 / Page 207.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: P015571.
  3. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1574; Folio: 382; Page: 33.
  4. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1893 December; Kensington, London; Vol 1a / Page 235.
  5. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Deaths: 1910 Q3; St George Hanover Square, London; Vol 1a / Page 204.

Monica Moore-Gwyn

F, #166, b. March 1921
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
Nickname Monica Moore-Gwyn also went by the name of Bunny. 
Biography*Monica was brought up at Clayton Court, Liss, Hampshire. 
Birth Reg*Her birth was registered during the quarter ending March 1921 in the Gower registration district; mother's maiden name: Gilbertson.1 
Marriage*Monica Moore-Gwyn married ? Kuhne after 1940. 
Marriage*She married Roger Murray George Zambra on 1 June 1940. 
Address* As of 3 August 1979, Monica Moore-Gwyn lived at Mas de la Grette, Fayence Var, France; Mentioned in Nelson Zambra's will. 

Citations

  1. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, Births: 1921 Q1; Gower, wales; Vol 11a / Page 2433.

Patricia Joan Montgomery

F, #167, b. circa 1920
Father*A.S Montgomery b. c 1895
Birth*Patricia Joan Montgomery was born circa 1920; elder daughter. 
She is the daughter of A.S Montgomery
Marriage*She married Warren Zambra R.A. at Chelsea on 19 July 1938.1,2

Family

Warren Zambra R.A. b. Mar 1910, d. 13 Sep 1944
Child

Citations

  1. [S107] 'Alton Gazette and East Hants Observer.'
  2. [S124] Anthony Brunning "The ZAMBRA Family."

Dorothy Sybil Brown

F, #168, b. September 1922, d. 1982
Father*Albert Harold Brown b. 20 Jul 1894, d. 28 Aug 1966
Mother*Dorothy Frances Nicholas b. Jun 1898, d. Nov 2003
ChartsHonor Maskell - descendants
Name-CommHer usual name was Sybil. 
Birth Reg*Her birth was registered during the quarter ending September 1922 in the Biggleswade, Bedfordshire registration district.1 
Dorothy Sybil Brown was the daughter of Albert Harold Brown and Dorothy Frances Nicholas
Marr Reg*The marriage of Dorothy Sybil Brown and David Crawford Fenton was registered during the quarter ending December 1941 in the Newmarket, West Suffolk registration district.2 
Death*Dorothy died in 1982 at Ayrshire, Scotland; in her 60s of cancer.3 

Family

David Crawford Fenton b. 6 Jun 1913, d. 21 Dec 1989
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1922 Q3; Biggleswade, Bedfordshire; Vol 3b / Page 518.
  2. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriage: 1941 Q4; New Market, West Suffolk; Vol 4a / Page 2985.
  3. [S59] Interview, Pauline Hall.

Clifford A Brown

M, #169, b. March 1924, d. 15 February 1944
Father*Albert Harold Brown b. 20 Jul 1894, d. 28 Aug 1966
Mother*Dorothy Frances Nicholas b. Jun 1898, d. Nov 2003
ChartsHonor Maskell - descendants
Birth Reg*His birth was registered during the quarter ending March 1924 in the Biggleswade, Bedfordshire registration district.1 
Clifford A Brown was the son of Albert Harold Brown and Dorothy Frances Nicholas
Death*Clifford died on 15 February 1944 at age 19;
Name:      BROWN, CLIFFORD ALTHEA
Initials:      C A
Nationality:     United Kingdom
Rank:      Sergeant (Air Gnr.)
Regiment/Service:     Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Unit Text:     622 Sqdn
Date of Death:     15/02/1944
Service No:     1620541
Casualty Type:     Commonwealth War Dead
Grave Reference:     XII. A. 2.
Cemetery:     GROESBEEK CANADIAN WAR CEMETERY.2

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1924 Q1; Biggleswade, Bedfordshire; Vol 3b / Page 483.
  2. [S23] War Graves Commission, online www.cwgc.org.

William Pontifex

M, #170, b. 1 July 1821, d. 25 June 1896
Father*William Pontifex b. 28 Mar 1793, d. 30 Oct 1870
Mother*Ann Bryant Marshall b. 23 May 1798, d. 4 May 1834
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
William Pontifex - descendants
Birth*William was born at 2 Calthorpe St, Bloomsbury, London, on 1 July 1821. 
He was the son of William Pontifex and Ann Bryant Marshall
BaptismWilliam was baptised on 14 December 1821 at St Andrew, Holborn, London
Census 1841He was listed as the son of William Pontifex in the 1841 census at Lewisham, Kent. William is living on "Independent Means" in Lewisham.1
Marriage*He married Adelaide Maria Dalton on 13 October 1849. 
ResidenceWilliam Pontifex lived on 3 February 1870 at 2 Onslow Gardens, South Kensington, Middlesex
Probate*William Pontifex was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of Adelaide Maria Dalton on 3 February 1870 at Principal Registry, London; Administartion (with the Will) of all and singular the effects of Adelaide Maria Pontifex (Wife of William Pontifex, Esquire) late of Wimbledon i the County of Surrey who died 18 April 1869 at Glenlee Loddge Cheltenham in the County of Gloucester was granted at the Principal Registry to the said William Pontife of 2 Onslow-gardens South Kensington in the County of Middlesex the sole Legatee for Life.
Effects under Pstlg300.
Marriage*William Pontifex married Constance Radcliff on 16 August 1870 at All Saints, Margaret St, Fitxrovia, London.2,3 
Probate*William Pontifex was names an Executor in the the probate of the estate of William Pontifex on 16 January 1871 at Principal Registry, London; The Will of two Codicils of William Pontifex late of Calverley Park Tunbridge Wells in the County of Kent and of 28 Montpelier-crescent was proved at the Principal Registry by William Pontifex of 11 Regency-square Brighton Esquire and Frederick Pontifex of 8 St. Martin's-place Trafalgar-square in the County of Middlesex Esquire the Sons two of the Executors.
Effects under Psstlg120,000.
Residence*William Pontifex lived on 16 January 1871 at 11, Regency Square, Brighton, Sussex
MarriageHe married Emily Eliza Raven in December 1876. 
Marr Reg*The marriage of William Pontifex and Emily Eliza Raven was registered during the quarter ending December 1876 in the Islington, Middlesex registration district.4 
Census 1881*He was listed as head of household in the 1881 census at St Martha, Guildford, Surrey.5
Death*William died on 25 June 1896 at Pau, France, at age 74. 
Burial*He was buried at Pau, France
Biography*In 1849 his son William [Pontifex] (1821-1896) by his marriage to Adelaide Maria, the only child of Christopher Dalton of Watford and only grandchild of John Guest, mentioned earlier as the Landlord of Parker Rents, Shoe Lane. Mr Dalton's father came from Yorkshire. William and his family lived successively at Wimbledon, Denbigh Hall, Haslemere, Pau in France and at Glenlee Cheltenham. This family consisted of three sons and three daughters.

August 1870 Wiilliam married Constance, daughter of Col. Radcliffe [Bengal Civil Service] Cheltenham and resided at 2 Onslow Gardens, London S.W. They had two daughters by this marriage but Constance died at the birth of the youngest in 1874. She was buried at Albury nr Chilworth where they had a manor house recently bought.

In December 1876 William married his 3rd wife, Emily, daughter of Samuel Raven of London, they had a son and a daughter. Emily died in 1887 and was also buried at Albury. Chilworth Manor was then abandoned and the family returned to Pau, where William died in 1896 and was buried there aged 75. He was a Major in the 2nd Surrey Militia and a keen golfer, traveller and an agreeable and handsome man. He was elected to the Livery of Armourers' and Brassiers' in 1843 to Court in 1867 and Master in 1872. 

Family 1

Adelaide Maria Dalton b. 7 Oct 1830, d. 18 Apr 1869
Children

Family 2

Constance Radcliff b. 1850, d. 15 Sep 1874
Children

Family 3

Emily Eliza Raven b. Dec 1851, d. Jan 1887
Children

Citations

  1. [S52] Census Records, 1841 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 484; Folio: 7; Page: 6.
  2. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, Marriages: 1870 Q3; Marylebone, Middlesex; Vol 1a / Page 787.
  3. [S125] FBIS, Allens Indian Mail August 23, 1870.
  4. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1876 Q4; Islington, London; Vol 1b / Page 643.
  5. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 793; Folio: 75; Page: 6.

Edmund Alfred Pontifex

M, #171, b. 11 January 1828, d. 12 October 1909
Father*Edmund Pontifex b. 19 Jun 1791, d. 8 Aug 1870
Mother*Sarah Marshall b. 22 Aug 1800, d. 27 Jul 1830
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
William Pontifex - descendants
Birth*Edmund Alfred Pontifex was born on 11 January 1828 at Battersea, London.1 
He was the son of Edmund Pontifex and Sarah Marshall
Census 1851*He was listed as the son of Edmund Pontifex in the 1851 census at Plumstead, Charlton, Kent. In this census, Edmund is recorded as a merchant and manufacturer of metals & chemicals.2
Marriage*He married Harriet Ann Holdsworth on 30 August 1855. 
Census 1861*He was listed as head of household in the 1861 census at 15a Cleveland Gardens, Paddington, London.3
Census 1871*He was listed as head of household in the 1871 census at 1 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington, London.4
Marriage*Edmund Alfred Pontifex married Margaret Kate Cooke, daughter of John Cooke, on 7 September 1906 at Chelsea, London.1 
Marr RegThe marriage of Edmund and Margaret Kate Cooke was registered during the quarter ending September 1906 in the Chelsea, London registration district.5 
Death*Edmund died on 12 October 1909 at age 81. 
Burial*He was buried at Brookwood Cemetery, Brookwood, Surrey; next to his cousin Gen. Sir Frederic Marshall. 
ProbateHis estate was granted probate on 22 November 1909.
BiographyOf Cleveland Gardens, London and late of Cornwall Gardens, South Kensington and Reform Club. Member Institution of Civil Engineers, Fellow of Chemical Society, etc. 
Biography*From the Armorial Families: A Directory of Coat Armour.

Born Jan 11, 1828, being the only son of the late Edmund Pontifex, Gentleman, of Audley Park Gardens, Bath, by his wife Sarah; daughter of Robert Marshall of Godalming, Surrey. Clubs- Reform, Union (Brighton). Livery - Dark Blue. Armorial bearings:

He bears for Arms: Azure, in base barry wavy, R. E.) of four argent and of the field, a bridge of three aches embattled proper, a chief of the second, thereon two pallets between as many mullets of the field. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling azure and argent; and for his Crest upon a wreath of the colours, a tower proper, charged with a cross moline azure and surmounted by a rainbow also proper.

Motto - "In hoc signo vinces". It translates to something like -In this sign thou wilt conquer or In this sign you will conquer. The motto was supposedly adopted by the emperor Constantine. 

Family 1

Harriet Ann Holdsworth b. 26 Jun 1835, d. 30 Nov 1899
Children

Family 2

Margaret Kate Cooke b. 1878, d. 11 Dec 1962
Child

Citations

  1. [S13] Claude E.C. Pontifex, The Pontifexes of West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.
  2. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1590; Folio: 42; Page: 26.
  3. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 11; Folio: 24; Page: 46.
  4. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 24; Folio: 59; Page: 16.
  5. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1906 Q3; Chelsea, London; Vol 1a / Page 1003.

John Pontifex

M, #172, b. 11 February 1796, d. 7 May 1875
Father*William Pontifex b. 22 Oct 1766, d. 26 Jun 1851
Mother*Mary Bailey b. 23 Nov 1767, d. 18 Mar 1838
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
William Pontifex - descendants
Birth*John was born at Holborn, London, on 11 February 1796.1 
He was the son of William Pontifex and Mary Bailey
BaptismJohn was baptised on 13 March 1796 at St Andrew, Holborn, London.1 
Marriage*He married Mary Marshall at Godalming on 3 August 1825.2 
OccupationJohn Pontifex was Solicitor & Vestry Clerk from 1828 at St Andrew, Holborn, London
(executor) WillIn Robert Bryant Marshall's will, John was named by Robert to handle his estate on 15 March 1830 at Edenbridge, Kent.
OccupationJohn Pontifex was Clerk to Armorers' and Brassiers' Company, City of London from 4 May 1838 to 12 May 1870. 
Address* As of before 1843, John Pontifex lived at 5 St Andrews Court, London; now demolished. 
Occupation*He was a Solicitor on 28 February 1850 at Manor House, Croom's Hill, Blackheath, Greenwich, Kent
Census 1851*He was listed as head of household in the 1851 census at Blackheath, Greenwich, Kent.3
(Visitor) Census 1861He was listed as the visitor of Henry Marshall in the 1861 census at 147 High St, Godalming, Surrey. John and Henry are both listed as Solicitors.
Charles is listed as a Barrister.4
(Witness) PhotographHenry Marshall is captured in this early photograph together with Murray Marshall, John, Mary & Julia Pontifex circa 1865 at Old Croft, High St, Godalming, Surrey.
Census 1871*He was listed as head of household in the 1871 census at Blackheath, Greenwich, Kent.5
Death*John died on 7 May 1875 at Westminister, London, at age 79. 
Burial*His body was interred in 1875 at Godalming, Surrey, at St Peter & St Paul. 
BiographySolicitor of Manor House, Croom's Hill, Greenwich, co. Kent and St Andrew St, Holborn, London.6 
Biography*Clerk to Armourers' and Brassiers' Company from 4 May 1868. 
BiographyJohn was a cricket player, playing for the major Godalming team.
See: http://www-uk.cricket.org/link_to_database/PLAYERS/ENG/P/PONTIFEX_J_01045944/. 

Family

Mary Marshall b. 3 Oct 1804, d. 7 Nov 1864
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: P010516.
  2. [S12] Surrey History Service Archives: Original data: Anglican Parish Registers. Woking, Surrey, England: Surrey History Centre
    GOD/2/3.
  3. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1586; Folio: 389; Page: 19.
  4. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 429; Folio: 107; Page: 23.
  5. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 754; Folio: 85; Page: 18.
  6. [S13] Claude E.C. Pontifex, The Pontifexes of West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

John Pontifex

M, #173, b. 20 November 1827
Father*John Pontifex b. 11 Feb 1796, d. 7 May 1875
Mother*Mary Marshall b. 3 Oct 1804, d. 7 Nov 1864
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
William Pontifex - descendants
Baptism*John Pontifex was baptized on 20 November 1827 at St Andrew, Holborn, London.1 
He was the son of John Pontifex and Mary Marshall
(Son) Census 1851He was listed as the son of John Pontifex in the 1851 census at Blackheath, Greenwich, Kent.2
(Son) Census 1871He was listed as the son of John Pontifex in the 1871 census at Blackheath, Greenwich, Kent.3

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: P020831.
  2. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1586; Folio: 389; Page: 19.
  3. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 754; Folio: 85; Page: 18.

Harriet Ann Holdsworth

F, #174, b. 26 June 1835, d. 30 November 1899
Father*Joseph Holdsworth b. 17 May 1789
Mother*Elizabeth Holy b. 1 Sep 1791, d. 1845
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
William Pontifex - descendants
Birth*Harriet Ann Holdsworth was born on 26 June 1835 at Bellevue, Wakefield, Yorkshire; youngest daughter. 
She was the daughter of Joseph Holdsworth and Elizabeth Holy
Marriage*She married Edmund Alfred Pontifex on 30 August 1855. 
Census 1861*She was listed as the wife of Edmund Alfred Pontifex in the 1861 census at 15a Cleveland Gardens, Paddington, London.1
Census 1871*She was listed as the wife of Edmund Alfred Pontifex in the 1871 census at 1 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington, London.2
Death*Harriet died on 30 November 1899 at Kennington, London, at age 64.3 
Burial*She was buried after 30 November 1899 at Kensal Green, London.3 

Family

Edmund Alfred Pontifex b. 11 Jan 1828, d. 12 Oct 1909
Children

Citations

  1. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 11; Folio: 24; Page: 46.
  2. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 24; Folio: 59; Page: 16.
  3. [S13] Claude E.C. Pontifex, The Pontifexes of West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

Joseph Holdsworth

M, #175, b. 17 May 1789
Birth*Joseph Holdsworth was born on 17 May 1789 at Cathedral St Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire.1 
Marriage*Joseph Holdsworth married Elizabeth Holy on 16 May 1822 at Cathedral St Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire.2 
Biography*Joseph & Elizabeth Holdsworth of Bellevue, Yorkshire. J.P. and D.L. for West Riding, York. M.P. for Wakefield 1841.

The Holdsworth arms are: Argent, the trunk of a tree couped & eradicated in bend proper. Crest-A raven proper.  

Family

Elizabeth Holy b. 1 Sep 1791, d. 1845
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: J007758.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M007752.
  3. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C004982.

Edmund Lionel Pontifex

M, #176, b. 7 June 1856, d. 10 November 1927
Father*Edmund Alfred Pontifex b. 11 Jan 1828, d. 12 Oct 1909
Mother*Harriet Ann Holdsworth b. 26 Jun 1835, d. 30 Nov 1899
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
William Pontifex - descendants
Birth*Edmund Lionel Pontifex was born on 7 June 1856 at Kensington, London
He was the son of Edmund Alfred Pontifex and Harriet Ann Holdsworth
Birth RegHis birth was registered during the quarter ending September 1856 in the Kensington, London registration district.1 
(Son) Census 1861He was listed as the son of Edmund Alfred Pontifex in the 1861 census at 15a Cleveland Gardens, Paddington, London.2
Education*Edmund Lionel Pontifex was educated; Educated at Harrow and Dublin University; M.A. & B.Eng.

At Dublin University, he took part in many rowing events and stroked the University four to victory in 1878.
 
Occupation*He was At age 24, he started work at Pontifex & Wood (Engineers, Millwrights, Iron & Brass Founders, Brassiers & Coppersmiths, Back & Vat makers, etc.) remained 9 years in 1880. 
Census 1901*He was listed as a visitor at the Metropole Hotel in the 1901 census at Swansea.3
Marriage*Edmund Lionel Pontifex married Janet Chambers Priestley, daughter of Sir William Overend Priestley LL.D. M.D. F.R.C.P and Eliza Chambers, on 8 August 1901 at Warnham Church, Warnham, Sussex.4 
OccupationEdmund Lionel Pontifex was company director on 6 March 1908.5 
Death*Edmund died on 10 November 1927 at St Batholomew's Hosapital, London, at age 71; died by accident.6 
Burial*He was buried at Tunbridge Wells Cemetery, Tunbridge Wells, Kent.6 
Biography*Was the compiler of "The Family of Pontifex" (1886), "The Pedigree of Pontifex" (1898) &"A History of the Pontifex Family" (1926). It is his work that the latest "The Family of Pontifex" (1977) is based on.
 

Family

Janet Chambers Priestley b. 18 Jun 1865, d. 28 Jun 1954
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1856 Q3; Kensington, London; Vol 1a / Page 27.
  2. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 11; Folio: 24; Page: 46.
  3. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 5076; Folio: 62; Page: 26.
  4. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), No source information.
  5. [S75] The Times, London, "6/Mar/1908: Page 15."
  6. [S13] Claude E.C. Pontifex, The Pontifexes of West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

Abraham Maskell

M, #177, b. 28 November 1841
Father*Charles Maskell b. c 1814
Mother*Hannah (?) b. 1818
Baptism*Abraham was baptised on 28 November 1841 at Holy Trinity, St Marylebone, London; London Metropolitan Archives, Holy Trinity, Marylebone Road, Register of baptisms, P89/TRI, Item 014. 
He was the son of Charles Maskell and Hannah (?)
Marriage*He married Lucy Selina Leech on 27 July 1862. 

Family

Lucy Selina Leech b. 1839
Child

Lucy Selina Leech

F, #178, b. 1839
Father*William Leech b. c 1812
Mother*Eliza (?) b. c 1817
Birth*Lucy was born in 1839. 
She was the daughter of William Leech and Eliza (?)
BaptismLucy Selina Leech was baptized on 27 October 1839 at St Mathew's, Bethnal Green, London
Marriage*She married Abraham Maskell on 27 July 1862. 

Family

Abraham Maskell b. 28 Nov 1841
Child

William Leech

M, #179, b. circa 1812
Birth*William Leech was born circa 1812. 
Marriage*He married Eliza (?) circa 1837. 

Family

Eliza (?) b. c 1817
Child

Eliza (?)

F, #180, b. circa 1817
Birth*Eliza (?) was born circa 1817. 
Marriage*She married William Leech circa 1837. 

Family

William Leech b. c 1812
Child

Charles Maskell

M, #181, b. circa 1814
Birth*Charles was born at Holy Trinity, St Marylebone, London, circa 1814. 
Marriage*He married Hannah (?) circa 1839. 

Family

Hannah (?) b. 1818
Children

Hannah (?)

F, #182, b. 1818
Birth*Hannah was born in 1818. 
Marriage*She married Charles Maskell circa 1839. 

Family

Charles Maskell b. c 1814
Children

Hannah Maskell

F, #183, b. 28 February 1849
Father*Charles Maskell b. c 1814
Mother*Hannah (?) b. 1818
Birth*Hannah was born at Holy Trinity, St Marylebone, London, on 28 February 1849. 
She was the daughter of Charles Maskell and Hannah (?)

Charles Maskell

M, #184, b. 5 April 1840
Father*Charles Maskell b. c 1814
Mother*Hannah (?) b. 1818
Birth*Charles was born at Holy Trinity, St Marylebone, London, on 5 April 1840. 
He was the son of Charles Maskell and Hannah (?)

Samuel Maskell

M, #185, b. circa 1813, d. 31 October 1887
Father*Samuel Mascall b. 28 Jun 1778, d. c 1839
Mother*Hannah Boughtwood b. 20 May 1781
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Birth*Samuel was born at Hanningfield, Essex, circa 1813. 
He was the son of Samuel Mascall and Hannah Boughtwood
Marriage*Samuel Maskell married Sarah Ann Burgess on 21 April 1835 at Rochford, Essex
Marr Reg*The marriage of Samuel Maskell and Susan Sutton was registered December 1840.1 
OccupationSamuel Maskell was Agricultural Labourer on 16 April 1843. 
OccupationHe was Storekeeper to Eastern B. Railway on 30 March 1851. 
Census 1851*He was listed as head of household in the 1851 census at 11 Three Colt Corner, Bethnal Green, London.2
Census 1861*He was listed as head of household in the 1861 census at Blackberry Inn, Tottenham, London.3
Occupation*He was Licensed Victualler on 24 December 1865. 
Census 1871*He was listed as head of household in the 1871 census.4
Census 1881*He was listed as head of household in the 1881 census at 3 Prospect Place, Tottenham, London.5
Death*Samuel died on 31 October 1887 at 3, Prospect Place, Tottenham, Middlesex
Probate*His estate was granted probate on 13 December 1887; The Will of Samuel Maskell late of 3 Prospect-place Highroad West Green Tottenham in the County of Middlesex Gentleman who died 31 October 1887 at 3 prospect-place was proved at the Principal Registry by William Maskell of 1 Umfreyville-road Harringay Park Green Lanes Hornsy in the said County the Son and Charles Edward Paul Massina of 77 St. Thomas'-road Victoria Park in the said County Gentleman the Executors.
Personal Estate Pstlg 1,815 16s 8d.

Family 1

Sarah Ann Burgess b. c 1815
Child

Family 2

Susan Sutton b. 10 Apr 1811, d. 15 Nov 1893
Children

Citations

  1. [S65] 1837online.com, online http://www.1837online.com/Trace2web/, Marriages: 1840 Q4.
  2. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1542; Folio: 299; Page: 11.
  3. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 795; Folio: 41; Page: 34.
  4. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, RG10-1340-59-13.
  5. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 1384; Folio: 152; Page: 40.

George Edsell

M, #186, b. 17 December 1732, d. 9 October 1811
Father*John Edsell b. 11 Jun 1698
Mother*Ann (?) b. c 1710
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
BirthGeorge Edsell was born circa 1732. 
Baptism*George was baptised on 17 December 1732 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.1 
He was the son of John Edsell and Ann (?)
Marriage*He married Sarah Manvill on 15 November 1761.2 
Occupation*George Edsell was Victualler
after 1763. 
Will*He left a will on 29 December 1807 at Godalming, Surrey; Archdeaconry Court of Surrey

Testator: George Edsell of Godalming, gentleman

Date of Will: 29 December 1807

To my friends Thomas Denyer of Godalming tailor, Thomas Mellersh of Godalming timber merchant
and Robert Marshall of Godalming timber merchant, Executors, in trust to sell the same; one third to
bring up and apprentice the children of my late daughter Mary Spencer; one third to my daughter
Sarah wife of Robert Marshall for life and a third to bring up grandchildren Ann, Sarah and Mary
children of my daughter Sarah; they to pay twenty pounds to my daughter Elizabeth wife of John
Richards and her children

Witnesses: John Stenning; James Crouch; Daniel Edsell

Proved: 28 July 1812

DW/PA/5/1812/8

(Under six hundred pounds;died this year). 
Death*George died on 9 October 1811 at Godalming, Surrey, at age 78. 
Burial*He was buried on 12 October 1811 at Godalming, Surrey

Family

Sarah Manvill b. 14 Jun 1745
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013333.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M035242.

Sarah Manvill

F, #187, b. 14 June 1745
Father*Edward Manvill b. c 1699
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Name VariationSarah Manvill was also known as Manvell. 
Birth*Sarah Manvill was born on 14 June 1745 at Hascombe, Godalming, Surrey.1 
She was the daughter of Edward Manvill
Marriage*She married George Edsell on 15 November 1761.2 

Family

George Edsell b. 17 Dec 1732, d. 9 Oct 1811
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C135281.
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M035242.

Albert Beaumont Brown

M, #188, b. June 1920
Father*Albert Harold Brown b. 20 Jul 1894, d. 28 Aug 1966
Mother*Dorothy Frances Nicholas b. Jun 1898, d. Nov 2003
ChartsHonor Maskell - descendants
Name-CommHis usual name was Monty. 
Birth Reg*His birth was registered during the quarter ending June 1920 in the Biggleswade, Bedfordshire registration district.1 
Albert Beaumont Brown was the son of Albert Harold Brown and Dorothy Frances Nicholas

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1920 Q2; Biggleswade, Bedfordshire; Vol 3b / Page 687.

Frank W Brown

M, #189, b. September 1921
Father*Albert Harold Brown b. 20 Jul 1894, d. 28 Aug 1966
Mother*Dorothy Frances Nicholas b. Jun 1898, d. Nov 2003
ChartsHonor Maskell - descendants
Birth Reg*His birth was registered during the quarter ending September 1921 in the Biggleswade, Bedfordshire registration district.1 
Frank W Brown was the son of Albert Harold Brown and Dorothy Frances Nicholas

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1921 Q3; Biggleswade, Bedfordshire; Vol 3b / Page 555.

Jeffrey Brown

M, #190, b. circa 1928
Father*Albert Harold Brown b. 20 Jul 1894, d. 28 Aug 1966
Mother*Dorothy Frances Nicholas b. Jun 1898, d. Nov 2003
ChartsHonor Maskell - descendants
Birth*Jeffrey was born circa 1928. 
He is the son of Albert Harold Brown and Dorothy Frances Nicholas

Charles Edward Brown

M, #191, b. 11 February 1927, d. 21 December 1990
Father*Albert Harold Brown b. 20 Jul 1894, d. 28 Aug 1966
Mother*Dorothy Frances Nicholas b. Jun 1898, d. Nov 2003
ChartsHonor Maskell - descendants
Name-CommHis usual name was Eddy. 
Birth*Charles Edward Brown was born on 11 February 1927 at Colchester, Essex.1,2 
He was the son of Albert Harold Brown and Dorothy Frances Nicholas
Birth RegHis birth was registered during the quarter ending March 1927 in the Colchester, Essex registration district.3 
Death*Charles died on 21 December 1990 at Spilsby, Lincolnshire, at age 63.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Deaths: 1990 Dec; Spilsby, Lincolnshire; Vol 7 / page 2188.
  2. [S116] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com.
  3. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1927 Q1; Colchester, Essex; Vol 4a / Page 1254.

Bernhard Kohler

M, #192, b. circa 1838, d. September 1881
Father*Bernhard Kohler b. c 1814
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Honor Maskell - descendants
Name VariationBernhard Kohler was also known as Bernhart. 
Birth*Bernhard was born at Germany circa 1838. 
He was the son of Bernhard Kohler
Immigration*Bernhard Kohler immigrated on 15 August 1859; From Rotterdam to London, arriving on 15 August 1859 on vessel Fyenorte, Berhard Kohler, baker, native country of Deutchland.
Residence*He lived on 24 December 1865 at Stratford, Essex
MarriageHe married Honor Maskell on 24 December 1865.
Marr Reg*The marriage of Bernhard and Honor Maskell was registered during the quarter ending December 1865 in the West Ham, London registration district.1 
Occupation*Bernhard Kohler was a baker on 3 October 1866. 
DirectoryHe was a Baker in 1874 at 28 White St, Borough SE, London
Directory*He was a Baker in 1877 at 28 White St, Borough SE, London
Census 1881*He was listed as head of household in the 1881 census at 1 Prospect Place, Tottenham, London.2
DeathBernhard died on 2 August 1881 at 1 Prospect Place, West Green, Middlesex
Death Reg*Bernhard's death was registered during the quarter ending September 1881 in the Edmonton, Essex registration district; age at death: 43.3 
Probate*His estate was granted probate on 19 August 1881; The will of Bernhard Kohler late of 1 Prospect-place West Green in the County of Middlesex who died 2 August 1881 at 1 Prospect-place was proved at the Principal Registry by Honor Kohler of 1 Prospect-place Widow the Relict one of the Executors.

Family

Honor Maskell b. 16 Apr 1843, d. 6 Oct 1914
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1865 Q4; West Ham, London; Vol 4a / Page 50.
  2. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 1384; Folio: 153; Page: 41.
  3. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Deaths: 1881 September; Edmonton, London; Vol 3a / Page 139.
  4. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: Sep 1871; St. Saviour, London; Vol 1d / Page 30.

William Bernhard Kohler

M, #193, b. June 1870, d. March 1949
Father*Bernhard Kohler b. c 1838, d. Sep 1881
Mother*Honor Maskell b. 16 Apr 1843, d. 6 Oct 1914
ChartsHonor Maskell - descendants
BirthWilliam Bernhard Kohler was born on 19 May 1870. 
Birth Reg*His birth was registered during the quarter ending June 1870 in the Southwark, London registration district.1,2 
He was the son of Bernhard Kohler and Honor Maskell
BaptismWilliam was baptised on 24 July 1870 at St George the Martyr, Southwark, Surrey.3,4 
(Son) Census 1881He was listed as the son of Bernhard Kohler in the 1881 census at 1 Prospect Place, Tottenham, London.5
Marriage*He married Charlotte Elizabeth Nicholas at Walthamstow on 3 August 1895.6 
Census 1901*He was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at 2 Rose Bank, High St, Walthamstow, Essex.7
Occupation*William Bernhard Kohler was Machinist Joiner Works on 31 March 1901.1 
Census 1911*He was listed as head of household in the 1911 census at 84, Beulah Rd, Walthamstow, Essex.8 
OccupationHe was Joiner Machinist on 2 April 1911.9 
Death Reg*William's death was registered during the quarter ending March 1949 in the East Ham, Essex registration district.10 

Family

Charlotte Elizabeth Nicholas b. Mar 1873, d. 1960
Children

Citations

  1. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 1625 Folio: 136 Page 10 Schedule 57.
  2. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: Jun 1870; St Saviour Southwark Vol 1d / Page 50.
  3. [S104] PRO Indexes "PG2/GEO, Item 161."
  4. [S111] Birth, Deaths & Marriages, London Metropolitan Archives, St George the Maytr, Register of Baptism, P92 / GEO , Item 161..
  5. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 1384; Folio: 153; Page: 41.
  6. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages West Ham, Essex 1895 Q3 Vol 4a / Page 259.
  7. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 1625; Folio: 10; Page: 57.
  8. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, Class:RG14; Piece:9691; Schedule:29;.
  9. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census.
  10. [S103] PRO Indexes "Death; 1949 Q1; East Ham, Essex; Vol 5a / Page 25."

Adolphus Kohler

M, #194, b. December 1874
Father*Bernhard Kohler b. c 1838, d. Sep 1881
Mother*Honor Maskell b. 16 Apr 1843, d. 6 Oct 1914
ChartsHonor Maskell - descendants
Name VariationAdolphus Kohler was also known as Alfred, Adolph. 
Name VariationHe was also known as Adolph. 
BirthAdolphus Kohler was born on 12 November 1874. 
Birth Reg*His birth was registered during the quarter ending December 1874 in the Southwark, London registration district.1 
He was the son of Bernhard Kohler and Honor Maskell
BaptismAdolphus was baptised on 24 January 1875 at St George the Martyr, Southwark, Surrey.2 
(Son) Census 1881He was listed as the son of Bernhard Kohler in the 1881 census at 1 Prospect Place, Tottenham, London.3
Marriage*Adolphus Kohler married Alice Jane Blackburn, daughter of Henry Blackburn, on 2 April 1898 at North Brixton, Christchurch, London.4 
Marr Reg*The marriage of Adolphus and Alice Jane Blackburn was registered during the quarter ending June 1898 in the Lambeth, London registration district.5
Census 1901*He was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at 80 Dunedin Rd, Leyton, Walthamstow, Essex.6
Occupation*Adolphus Kohler was a Sign Writer & Art Decorator in 1901.7 

Family

Alice Jane Blackburn b. 24 Jul 1870, d. 1952
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1874 Q4; St Saviour Southwark, London; Vol 1d / Page 44.
  2. [S104] PRO Indexes "St George The Martyr, Page 263."
  3. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 1384; Folio: 153; Page: 41.
  4. [S111] Birth, Deaths & Marriages, London Metropolitan Archives, Christchurch, North Brixtion, Register of Marriages, P85 / CTC2, Item 008.
  5. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1898 June; Lambeth, London, London; Vol 1d / Page 609.
  6. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 1616; Folio: 75; Page: 34.
  7. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 1616 Folio: 75 Page 34 Schedule 179.

George Nicholas

M, #195, b. circa 1841, d. June 1921
Father*George Richard Nicholas b. 10 Jan 1816
Mother*Elizabeth Arnell b. c 1811
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Biography*Orginally understood to be Jewish, of Russian extraction (Edith Nicholas). Now in doubt. 
Birth*George Nicholas was born circa 1841. 
He was the son of George Richard Nicholas and Elizabeth Arnell
(Son) Census 1851He was listed as the son of George Richard Nicholas in the 1851 census at Tower Hamlets, London.1
(Son) Census 1861He was listed as the son of George Richard Nicholas in the 1861 census at 1 Osborne Place, Whitechapel, London.2
Marriage*He married Frances Wilson on 19 October 1868.3
OccupationGeorge Nicholas was Cabinetmaker in 1871. 
Census 1871*He was listed as head of household in the 1871 census at 5 Osborne Place, Whitechapel, London.4
Census 1881*He was listed as head of household in the 1881 census at 118 Balance Rd, Hackney, London.5
Census 1891*He was listed as head of household in the 1891 census at 8 Osborne Grove, Walthamstow, Essex.6
(Father-in-law) Census 1901He was listed as the father-in-law of William Bernhard Kohler in the 1901 census at 2 Rose Bank, High St, Walthamstow, Essex.7
Occupation*George Nicholas was Cabinetmaker on 31 March 1901.8 
Death Reg*George's death was registered during the quarter ending June 1921 in the West Ham, London registration district; age at death: 79.9 

Family

Frances Wilson b. c 1841, d. Dec 1919
Children

Citations

  1. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1544; Folio: 431; Page: 33.
  2. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 276; Folio: 60; Page: 11.
  3. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1868 Dec; Shoreditch, London; Vol 1c / Page 272.
  4. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 512; Folio: 17; Page: 28.
  5. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 310; Folio: 55; Page: 27.
  6. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 1358; Folio: 63; Page: 17.
  7. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 1625; Folio: 10; Page: 57.
  8. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 1625 Folio: 136 Page 10 Schedule 57.
  9. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, Deaths: Q2 1921; West Ham, London; Vol 4a / Page 234.

Frances Wilson

F, #196, b. circa 1841, d. December 1919
Father*Richard Wilson b. 1 Jun 1806, d. b 1851
Mother*Frances Workman b. c 1803
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Name VariationFrances Wilson was also known as Welson. 
Birth*Frances was born at Duke St, City of London, London, circa 1841.1 
She was the daughter of Richard Wilson and Frances Workman
(Daughter) Census 1851She was listed as the daughter of Frances Workman in the 1851 census at Spitalfields, London.2 
(Daughter) Census 1861She was listed as the daughter of Frances Workman in the 1861 census at Spitalfields, London.3 
Marriage*She married George Nicholas on 19 October 1868.4
Residence*Frances Wilson lived on 19 October 1868 at Osborne Place, Whitechapel, London
Census 1871*She was listed as the wife of George Nicholas in the 1871 census at 5 Osborne Place, Whitechapel, London.5
Occupation*Frances Wilson was Tailoress on 2 April 1871. 
Census 1881*She was listed as the wife of George Nicholas in the 1881 census at 118 Balance Rd, Hackney, London.6
Census 1891*She was listed as the wife of George Nicholas in the 1891 census at 8 Osborne Grove, Walthamstow, Essex.7
(Mother-in-law) Census 1901She was listed as the mother-in-law of William Bernhard Kohler in the 1901 census at 2 Rose Bank, High St, Walthamstow, Essex.8
Death Reg*Frances's death was registered during the quarter ending December 1919 in the Willesden, Middlesex registration district; age at death: 79.9 

Family

George Nicholas b. c 1841, d. Jun 1921
Children

Citations

  1. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 1625 Folio: 136 Page 10 Schedule 57.
  2. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, HO107-1543-439-17.
  3. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, RG9-265-55-7.
  4. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1868 Dec; Shoreditch, London; Vol 1c / Page 272.
  5. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 512; Folio: 17; Page: 28.
  6. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 310; Folio: 55; Page: 27.
  7. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 1358; Folio: 63; Page: 17.
  8. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 1625; Folio: 10; Page: 57.
  9. [S57] Free BDM, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/, DEaths: q4 1919, Willesden, Misslesex; Vol 3a / Page 298.

Frances Elizabeth Nicholas

F, #197, b. December 1869
Father*George Nicholas b. c 1841, d. Jun 1921
Mother*Frances Wilson b. c 1841, d. Dec 1919
Name-CommHer usual name was Elizabeth. 
Birth Reg*Her birth was registered during the quarter ending December 1869 in the Whitechapel, London registration district.1 
Frances Elizabeth Nicholas was the daughter of George Nicholas and Frances Wilson
(Daughter) Census 1871She was listed as the daughter of George Nicholas in the 1871 census at 5 Osborne Place, Whitechapel, London.2
(Daughter) Census 1881She was listed as the daughter of George Nicholas in the 1881 census at 118 Balance Rd, Hackney, London.3
Census 1891She was listed as the wife of Thomas Harrison in the 1891 census at 8 Long St, Shoreditch, London.4
Marr Reg*The marriage of Elizabeth Nicholas and Thomas Harrison was registered during the quarter ending March 1892 in the Whitechapel, London registration district.5 
Census 1901*She was listed as the wife of Thomas Harrison in the 1901 census at 77, Blackwall Bldg, Stepney, London.6

Family

Thomas Harrison b. c 1864
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1869 Q4; Whitechapel, Middlesex; Vol 1c / Page 364.
  2. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 512; Folio: 17; Page: 28.
  3. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 310; Folio: 55; Page: 27.
  4. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 242; Folio: 184; Page: 8.
  5. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1892 Q1; Whitechapel, Middlesex; Vol 1c / Page 348.
  6. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 301; Folio: 63; Page: 39.

Charlotte Elizabeth Nicholas

F, #198, b. March 1873, d. 1960
Father*George Nicholas b. c 1841, d. Jun 1921
Mother*Frances Wilson b. c 1841, d. Dec 1919
ChartsHonor Maskell - descendants
Name-CommHer usual name was Lottie. 
Birth Reg*Her birth was registered during the quarter ending March 1873 in the Whitechapel, London registration district.1 
Charlotte Elizabeth Nicholas was the daughter of George Nicholas and Frances Wilson
(Daughter) Census 1881She was listed as the daughter of George Nicholas in the 1881 census at 118 Balance Rd, Hackney, London.2
(Daughter) Census 1891She was listed as the daughter of George Nicholas in the 1891 census at 8 Osborne Grove, Walthamstow, Essex.3
Marriage*She married William Bernhard Kohler at Walthamstow on 3 August 1895.4 
Census 1901*She was listed as the wife of William Bernhard Kohler in the 1901 census at 2 Rose Bank, High St, Walthamstow, Essex.5
Census 1911*She was listed as the wife of William Bernhard Kohler in the 1911 census at 84, Beulah Rd, Walthamstow, Essex.6 
Death*Charlotte died in 1960 at Romford, Essex; Age at death: 87.7 

Family

William Bernhard Kohler b. Jun 1870, d. Mar 1949
Children

Citations

  1. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Births: 1873 Q1; Whitechapel London; Vol 1c / Page 374.
  2. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 310; Folio: 55; Page: 27.
  3. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 1358; Folio: 63; Page: 17.
  4. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages West Ham, Essex 1895 Q3 Vol 4a / Page 259.
  5. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Class: RG13; Piece: 1625; Folio: 10; Page: 57.
  6. [S99] Census Records, 1911 UK Census, Class:RG14; Piece:9691; Schedule:29;.
  7. [S103] PRO Indexes "Deaths: 1960; Romford, Essex; Vol 5a / Page 382."
  8. [S29] Census Records, 1901 UK Census, Piece: 1625 Folio: 136 Page 10 Schedule 57.

William Gibbs

M, #199, b. circa 1796, d. before 23 April 1875
Father*William Gibbs b. c 1765
Mother*Sarah Saunders b. 4 Apr 1762
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Birth*William Gibbs was born circa 1796 at Itchenor, Sussex
He was the son of William Gibbs and Sarah Saunders
BaptismWilliam was baptised on 17 April 1796 at St Mary, Portsea, Hampshire.1 
Marriage*William Gibbs married Charlotte Gater before 1823. 
Biography*My grandfather William Gibbs was born at Landrington House, Hampshire and married Charlotte Gater and settled at Itchenor House, Sussex not many miles from Chichester.

He lived there as what was the called a Gentleman Farmer, for over forty years.

It was a fine house as will be seen from the watercolour I have. This house belonged to the Duke of Richmond.2 
Census 1841*He was listed as head of household in the 1841 census at Itchenor House, West Itchenor, Sussex.3
Census 1861*He was listed as head of household in the 1861 census at Cobnor House, Chidham, Sussex.4
Census 1871*He was listed as head of household in the 1871 census at 45 Park Crescent, Brighton, Sussex.5
Death*William died before 23 April 1875. 

Family

Charlotte Gater b. c 1806, d. 23 Apr 1875
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C062612.
  2. [S79] Manuscript note by Herbert William Gibbs.
  3. [S52] Census Records, 1841 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1103; Folio: 5; Page: 4.
  4. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 630; Folio: 41; Page: 1.
  5. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 1080; Folio: 55; Page: 2.

Charlotte Gater

F, #200, b. circa 1806, d. 23 April 1875
ChartsDavid Murray Marshall Hall - ancestors
Birth*Charlotte Gater was born circa 1806 at Hampshire.1 
Marriage*Charlotte Gater married William Gibbs, son of William Gibbs and Sarah Saunders, before 1823. 
Census 1841*She was listed as the wife of William Gibbs in the 1841 census at Itchenor House, West Itchenor, Sussex.2
Census 1861*She was listed as the wife of William Gibbs in the 1861 census at Cobnor House, Chidham, Sussex.3
Census 1871*She was listed as the wife of William Gibbs in the 1871 census at 45 Park Crescent, Brighton, Sussex.4
Death*Charlotte died on 23 April 1875 at 45, Park Crescent, Brighton, Sussex
Probate*Her estate was granted probate on 23 June 1875 at Lewes, Sussex; The Will of Charlotte Gibbs late of 45 Park-crescent Brighton in the County of Sussex Widow who died 23 April 1875 at 45 Park-crescent was proved at Lewes by Emily Hasler Gibbs of 45 Park-crescent Spinster the Daughter the sole Executrix.
Effects under Pslg1000.

Family

William Gibbs b. c 1796, d. b 23 Apr 1875
Children

Citations

  1. [S52] Census Records, 1841 UK Census, HO/107/1103.
  2. [S52] Census Records, 1841 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1103; Folio: 5; Page: 4.
  3. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 630; Folio: 41; Page: 1.
  4. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 1080; Folio: 55; Page: 2.

Wyatt Gibbs

M, #201, b. 16 May 1830, d. June 1891
Father*William Gibbs b. c 1796, d. b 23 Apr 1875
Mother*Charlotte Gater b. c 1806, d. 23 Apr 1875
Baptism*Wyatt was baptised on 16 May 1830 at West Itchenor, Sussex.1 
He was the son of William Gibbs and Charlotte Gater
OccupationWyatt Gibbs was a Solicitor's Articled Clerk on 30 March 1851. 
Census 1851*Wyatt Gibbsappeared in the 1851 census as a lodger at Havant, Hampshire.2 
(Brother-in-law) Census 1861He was listed as the brother-in-law of Henry Mitchell in the 1861 census at Bosham Vicarage, West Itchenor, Sussex.3
Marriage*Wyatt Gibbs married Georgiana Isobel Mills circa 1866. 
(Brother) Census 1871He was listed as the brother of Eliza Marshall in the 1871 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.4
Occupation*Wyatt Gibbs was Solicitor in Practice in 1881. 
Census 1881*He was listed as head of household in the 1881 census at High St, Windlesham, Surrey.5
Death Reg*Wyatt's death was registered during the quarter ending June 1891 in the Chertsey, Surrey registration district; age at death: 61.6 

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C070681.
  2. [S74] Census Records, 1851 UK Census, HO107-1656-169-13.
  3. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 630; Folio: 25; Page: 15.
  4. [S73] Census Records, 1871 UK Census, Class: RG10; Piece: 814; Folio: 81; Page: 14.
  5. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 770; Folio: 83; Page: 24.
  6. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Deaths: 1891 Q2; Chertsey, Surrey; Vol 2a / Page 44.

Edward Gibbs

M, #202, b. 5 July 1835
Father*William Gibbs b. c 1796, d. b 23 Apr 1875
Mother*Charlotte Gater b. c 1806, d. 23 Apr 1875
Baptism*Edward was baptised on 5 July 1835 at West Itchenor, Sussex.1 
He was the son of William Gibbs and Charlotte Gater
(Son) Census 1841He was listed as the son of William Gibbs in the 1841 census at Itchenor House, West Itchenor, Sussex.2
Biography*Capt. Royal Horse Artillery. 
Marriage*Edward Gibbs married Rosa Roach, daughter of (?) Roach, on 7 February 1861 at South Stoneham, Hampshire.3 
Census 1861*He was listed as head of household in the 1861 census at Woolwich, Kent.4
Census 1881*He was listed as a visitor of the Mary Ann Roach household in the 1881 census at Redthore St., Denys Rd, South Shoreham, Hampshire.5

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C070681.
  2. [S52] Census Records, 1841 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1103; Folio: 5; Page: 4.
  3. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: M137572.
  4. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 406; Folio: 50; Page: 10.
  5. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 1219; Folio: 100; Page: 37.

George Fairles Gibbs

M, #203, b. 29 September 1839, d. June 1893
Father*William Gibbs b. c 1796, d. b 23 Apr 1875
Mother*Charlotte Gater b. c 1806, d. 23 Apr 1875
Name-CommHis usual name was Fairles. 
BirthGeorge Fairles Gibbs was born in 1839 at Itchenor, Sussex
Baptism*George was baptised on 29 September 1839 at West Itchenor, Sussex.1 
He was the son of William Gibbs and Charlotte Gater
(Son) Census 1841He was listed as the son of William Gibbs in the 1841 census at Itchenor House, West Itchenor, Sussex.2
(Son) Census 1861He was listed as the son of William Gibbs in the 1861 census at Cobnor House, Chidham, Sussex.3
Occupation*George Fairles Gibbs was Sea Captain on the London - Melbourne run.
Captain of the Money Wigram clipper "Yorkshire" on the 1873, 1875, 1876 round-trip voyages.
Captain of the Money Wigram clipper "Kent" on the 1876,1877, 1878 round-trip voyages. between 1873 and 1878.
Marr Reg*The marriage of George Fairles Gibbs and Eveline Lotte Baylis was registered during the quarter ending September 1874 in the Lambeth, London registration district.4 
(Visitor) Census 1881He was listed as a visitor of the Eliza Marshall household in the 1881 census at Bridge St, Godalming, Surrey.5
Census 1891*He was listed as head of household in the 1891 census at 34, Princess Road, South Norwood, Croydon.6
DeathGeorge died on 8 May 1893 at 145, Selhurst Road, South Norwood, Surrey, at age 53. 
Probate*His estate was granted probate on 29 May 1893 at London; GIBBS George Fairles of 145 Selhurst-road South Norwood Surrey formerly a captain in the service of Money Wigram and Company died 8 May 1893 .
Probate London 29 May to Eveline Lotte Gibbs widow.
Effects Pstlg 2847 13s 8d.
Death Reg*George's death was registered during the quarter ending June 1893 in the Croydon, Surrey registration district.7 
Biography*Captain in Money Wigram's line of clippers in the Australian trade, now called the Shire's Line.8 

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C070681.
  2. [S52] Census Records, 1841 UK Census, Class: HO107; Piece: 1103; Folio: 5; Page: 4.
  3. [S80] Census Records, 1861 UK Census, Class: RG9; Piece: 630; Folio: 41; Page: 1.
  4. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Marriages: 1874 Q3r; Lambeth, London; Vol 1d / Page 456.
  5. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 779; Folio: 106; Page: 8.
  6. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, RG12-593-124-13.
  7. [S32] UK Births, Deaths & Marriages Deaths: 1893 Q2; Croydon, London; Vol 2a / Page 141.
  8. [S79] Manuscript note by Herbert William Gibbs.

Adelaide Maria Dalton

F, #204, b. 7 October 1830, d. 18 April 1869
Father*Christopher Dalton b. c 1810
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
William Pontifex - descendants
Birth*Adelaide Maria Dalton was born on 7 October 1830 at Watford, Hertfordshire; daughter of Christopher Dalton, of Watford co. Herts.
Note that birth is also reported as being 3 Aug 1822.1 
She was the daughter of Christopher Dalton
Marriage*She married William Pontifex on 13 October 1849. 
Death*Adelaide died on 18 April 1869 at Glenlee Lodge, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, at age 38. 
Burial*She was buried at Swindon Village, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Probate*Her estate was granted probate on 3 February 1870 at Principal Registry, London; Administartion (with the Will) of all and singular the effects of Adelaide Maria Pontifex (Wife of William Pontifex, Esquire) late of Wimbledon i the County of Surrey who died 18 April 1869 at Glenlee Loddge Cheltenham in the County of Gloucester was granted at the Principal Registry to the said William Pontife of 2 Onslow-gardens South Kensington in the County of Middlesex the sole Legatee for Life.
Effects under Pstlg300.

Family

William Pontifex b. 1 Jul 1821, d. 25 Jun 1896
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), No source information is available.

Helen Adelaide Maria Pontifex

F, #205, b. 22 November 1850, d. 1948
Father*William Pontifex b. 1 Jul 1821, d. 25 Jun 1896
Mother*Adelaide Maria Dalton b. 7 Oct 1830, d. 18 Apr 1869
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
William Pontifex - descendants
BirthHelen Adelaide Maria Pontifex was born at Kingston upon Thames, Surrey
Baptism*Helen was baptised on 22 November 1850 at Wimbledon, Surrey.1 
She was the daughter of William Pontifex and Adelaide Maria Dalton
(Daughter) Census 1881She was listed as the daughter of William Pontifex in the 1881 census at St Martha, Guildford, Surrey.2
Death*Helen died in 1948 at Ealing, London

Citations

  1. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013443.
  2. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 793; Folio: 75; Page: 6.

Mildred Mary Pontifex

F, #206, b. March 1852, d. 3 February 1926
Father*William Pontifex b. 1 Jul 1821, d. 25 Jun 1896
Mother*Adelaide Maria Dalton b. 7 Oct 1830, d. 18 Apr 1869
ChartsRichard Marshall - descendants
William Pontifex - descendants
Birth Reg*Her birth was registered during the quarter ending March 1852 in the Kingston upon Thames, Surrey registration district.1 
Mildred Mary Pontifex was the daughter of William Pontifex and Adelaide Maria Dalton
BaptismMildred was baptised on 7 February 1852 at Wimbledon, Surrey.2 
(Daughter) Census 1881She was listed as the daughter of William Pontifex in the 1881 census at St Martha, Guildford, Surrey.3
Census 1891*She was listed as head of household in the 1891 census at 18 Pelham Rd, Portsea, Hampshire.4
Death*Mildred died on 3 February 1926 at Wandsworth, London, at age 73. 

Citations

  1. [S104] PRO Indexes "Births: 1852 Q1; Kingston, Surrey; Vol 2a / Page 149."
  2. [S4] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No: C013443.
  3. [S10] Census Records, 1881 UK Census, Class: RG11; Piece: 793; Folio: 75; Page: 6.
  4. [S55] Census Records, 1891 UK Census, Class: RG12; Piece: 873; Folio: 63; Page 31.