SECTION 3

DAVID TIMOTHY (1802 - 1838) AND JANE CASSANETT

There are several ways Cassanet has been spelt.

David, the first son of William Timothy and Mary Davis was born on the 14th Feb 1802 and christened on the 19th May 1805, the year of the Battle of Trafalgar. David was apprenticed to a cabinetmaker and by the time of his marriage was a Cabinet maker. He married Jane Cassanett on the 13th of April 1822 at St Brides, Fleet Street, both signed the register. There were nine children of the marriage, but it is presumed that the first daughter Jane died at a very early age.

David died on 31 August 1868 at 72 Worship St,, Shoreditch, London

 

Some information taken from TBL booklet

Dates below taken from TBL poss. from Directories and birth certificates.

 

1826 - 1830 Cabinet Maker 30 Barbican
1835 Upholder 31 Barbican
1842 - 1850 Bed Feather Merchant  
  & Upholder & Company 31 Barbican
1851 Bed Feather Merchant 1 Red Cross St
  & Upholder & Company 31 Barbican
1852 Feather Merchant 1 Red Cross St
    31 Barbican
1853 Bedding Warehouseman 1 Red Cross St
    31 Barbican
1854 - 1858 Feather Merchant 1 Red Cross St
    31 Barbican
1859 - 1860 David Evan Wharfingers Whittings Lower
    Wharf, Broad St
    Ratcliffe
1861 - 1863 David Evan & Co, Wharfingers Mellishes Wharf
  & Warehouse Keepers Millwall E & Commercial Sale Rooms, Mincing Lane
       

""In the year 1820 David Timothy the eldest son of William and Mary married Jane Cassanet when he was eighteen and she seventeen. Their first home was at 30 The Barbican and David was a cabinetmaker. This house was close to St. Giles, David and Jane had a large family all except their first born Jane were christened in this small church. One can imagine that as the Cassanet family came from Stepney. they decided to take their first baby daughter to the church of St. Leonards, Shoreditch on the 10th August 1823 to be christened.

The church was where Jane's family had attended when she was an unmarried girl. On the 3rd July 1826 Mary Ann Knott was born, possibly named after William's wife, the babies grandmother. David and Jane took her to St. Giles to be christened on the 10th September 1826. Their first boy William John Samuel was born on 17th January 1828, a brother Augustus Frederick on 8th October 1829 and Peter Vincent on 4th June 1831. David had moved to 31 The Barbican, still holding the deeds for number 30 and in 1835 he was registered as an Upholder.

On the 18th October 1841 Jane was born, she was possible named after her older sister who may have died around 1823. November 1843 sees another little boy born on the 30th, Felix Festus and the last son on 23rd February 1848, Justus Theophilus. David progressed and prospered, in 1842 and 1850 he was registered in the London directories as a Bed Feather Merchant Upholder and Co, and in 1850 and 1854 as a Feather Merchant of 31 The Barbican and 1 Red Cross Street.

Red Cross Street ran past the main gates of St. Giles church and David appears to have been very involved in this parish as his seven children were christened there. In 1863 an entry as follows: David Evan and Co, Wharfingers and Warehouse Keepers, Mellish's Wharf, Millwall E and Commercial Sale Rooms, Mincing Lane, E.C.

David now sixty one years old and his brother Evan who was a solicitor had joined forces. Augustus Frederick was the third child of David and Jane. At the age of twenty five years old in the year 1854 he is registered as a Wharfinger of Gardner Timothy, Wharfinger and Lightermen at Shad Thames.

In 1863 at thirty-four as a Wharfinger and Warehouse Keeper at Bull Head Dock Wharf, Grice's Granaries, Rotherhithe Street and 15 Fenchurch Street. Felix Festus, the seventh child of David and Jane was married in December 1876 at the age of thirty-three in Peckham, East London.

With regard to David & Jane Timothy, in the Barbican Centre, London which is recently built on the site of the St Giles Church, Cripplegate, some of the grave stones are still there, though now part of the recreation area and the following inscription is still partly visible.

"Sacred to the memory of Jane, the beloved daughter of David and Jane Timothy who died on the 31st October 18?? aged 10 years and five months also Mrs Ann Cassanett Grandmother of the above, who died on the 7th June 1837 aged 70 years. also Mr William Timothy Grandfather of the above died 9th November 1838 aged 78 years"

The bodies have been re-interred at another (Nunnhead, Southwark) London cemetery.

1841 census
 gives him at 1 Red Cross St, St Giles without Cripplegate aged 35, Jane, his wife aged 35, David aged 15, William aged 13 & Peter aged 10, he was recorded as a Bedding Wharehouseman

1851 Census
Cripplegate, 1 Red Cross St
David Timothy Head, aged 49, Bedding Warehouseman, born St George in the East,
Mary Timothy, aged 78, Widow, supported by son, born Wales
Jane Timothy, wife, aged 48, born ?? Bethnal Green
Peter V Timothy, son, aged 19, Medical Student, St Bart's Hospital, born London Cripplegate
Jane, Dau., aged 9, Scholar at home?, born London, Cripplegate

1861 census
TIMOTHY, David Head Married M 59 1802 Retired Feather Merchant
St George in the East
Middlesex
TIMOTHY, Jane Wife Married F 58 1803
Bethnal Green
Middlesex
TIMOTHY, Felix Festus Son Unmarried M 17 1844 Clerk To A Corn Broker
St Giles Crippelgate
TIMOTHY, Arthur ... Son M 13 1848 Scholar
St Giles Crippelgate
BAKER, Martha Servant Unmarried F 20 1841 Domestic Servant
Dover
Kent

Taken from the Old Bailey records

216.   WILLIAM GUION was indicted for stealing, on the 5th of December , 1 flock bed, value 8s. 6d., and 1 flock bolster, value 1s. 6d. , the goods of    David Timothy .

DAVID TIMOTHY. I am an upholsterer , and live in  Barbican . On the 5th of December, about half-past five o'clock, my sister-in-law alarmed me - I ran out in pursuit, and took the prisoner in Princes-street, Barbican, with this property on his shoulder.

  EMMA CASSANETT . I was at my brother-in-law's shop on the 5th of December - I saw the prisoner come into the shop, put these things on his shoulder, and walk away - I gave an alarm, and he was taken.

  JAMES THORN . I am an officer, and received him in charge.(Property produced and sworn to.)

GUILTY . Aged 30.

Transported for Seven Years .

 

Name: PETER VINCENT CASSANETT

Spouses: 1: ANN DEAN Birth: abt 1767 Death:

7 Jun 1837 Marriage: 19 Aug 1799 LONDON, ST LEONARDS, SHOREDITCH

Children: PETER (1795-)

MARY JANE (~1800-)

JANE (~1803-)

SARAH (1806-)

EMMA (1808-)

PETER VINCENT CASSANETT, (VISCONTE de CASSANNET?) and ANN DEAN

He married Ann Dean at St Leonards, Shoreditch, London on 19 August 1799, after banns, he a batchelor, her a spinster, he signed, she made her mark, witnesses, George Lemming, a regular witness & Jerimiar Smith, the marriage was performed by the Curate, Joseph Rice. (Guiddhall - MS 7498/21)

"Peter Vincent Cassannett, the Visconte de Cassannett, was a Frenchman of Noble Family - a great scholar of Latin, Greek and Hebrew.

He was intended for the Church but became a soldier and leader in the Vendean Army on the Kings side and when defeated by the Republicans he fled to England and received a pension from the Pitt government until the Peace of Amiens. We all loved him, he was in my opinion a model of a man - a gentleman and a Christian, of immense physical strength - mental excellence and gentle as a child."

The above extracted from a letter to Constance Mabel Timothy from her father Peter Vincent Timothy dated 20th April 1910 from 33 South Quay, Great Yarmouth.

It is possible that he was the Marquis or more possibly the Visconte de Cassanett, and when he came to England, it was said that he used the name "Peter Vincent" to protect the family left behind, his mothers family name was Vincient.

According to Oscar Addyman, the Cassenett's were said to have had a nautical instrument business in London and that his wife Ann was the daughter of the Duke of Beaufort, possible connection as the Duke invented the Beaufort Windscale and the Cassanett family could have been involved with the Paris Obseratory (foregoing not proved at 11/4/1996 - but the Duke of Beaufort did not invent Beaufort Scale, nor have I traced if Dean was the family name of the Beauforts)

No details from Vendean Museums in France during 1996 despite several letters.

Name: PETER CASSANETT

Birth: 29 Mar 1795

Christen: 4 Nov 1798 LONDON, ST GILES CRIPPLEGATE

Father: PETER VINCENT CASSANETT

Mother: ANN DEAN (~1767-1837)

Spouses: 1: MARY ANN MACKAY

Marriage: 5 Mar 1816 St Dunstan, Stepney, London

Children: MARY ANN

Peter Cassanet Peter, son of Peter Vincent Cassanet and Ann Dean was born on 29 March 1795 and baptised on 4 November 1798 at St Giles, Cripplegate, London. His sister, Mary, was also baptised on the same date. (Guildhall MS 6420/3) If this is the correct date he was born before his parents married in 1799.

Name: MARY ANN CASSANETT

Christen: 31 Jan 1819 St Matthew, Bethnal Green, London

Father: PETER CASSANETT (1795-)

Mother: MARY ANN MACKAY

Spouses: 1: JOHN TIMOTHY For more detail see under William Timothy

Name: MARY CASSANETT

Birth: ? 8 Apr Christen: 4 Nov 1798 LONDON, ST GILES CRIPPLEGATE

Father: PETER VINCENT CASSANETT

Mother: ANN DEAN (abt1767-1837)

Spouses: 1: WILLIAM EVANS

Children: EMMA MARY ELIZABETH

Mary Cassanet

Mary, daughter of Peter Vincent Cassanett and Ann Dean was born on 8 April (no year given) and was baptised on 4 November 1798 at St Giles, Cripplegate, London. Her brother, Peter, was also baptised on the same date. (Guildhall MS 6420/3)

Name: WILLIAM HILLIER

Spouse: EMMA MARY EVANS

Father: WILLIAM EVANS

Mother: MARY CASSANETT

Children: 1 M: WILLIAM A HILLIER

Birth: 1848 Battersea (St Mary's), London

Death: 1863

2 F: MARY MATILDA HILLIER

Birth: 13 Oct 1850 Battersea,

London Death: 1928

3 F: ALICE EMMA HILLIER

Birth: 6 Jul 1853 Battersea, London

4 F: EMILY ANN HILLIER

Birth: 22 Aug 1855 Battersea, London

Death: British Honduras

5 F: LOUISA CASSANET HILLIER

Birth: 15 Jul 1857 Battersea, London

6 F: AMY ELIZABETH HILLIER

Birth: 29 Sep 1858 Battersea, London

7 F: EMMA FLORENCE HILLIER

Birth: 5 Nov 1863 Battersea, London

Death: 27 Jan 1931 Croydon, London

Spouse: ALBERT EDWARD SEXTON

EMMA FLORENCE & ALBERT EDWARD SEXTON

Name: ALBERT EDWARD SEXTON

Birth: 1864 East Finchley?

Death: 15 Nov 1912 Thornton Heath

Spouse: EMMA FLORENCE HILLIER

Birth: 5 Nov 1863 Battersea, London

Death: 27 Jan 1931 Croydon, London

Father: WILLIAM HENRY HILLIER (1811-)

Mother: EMMA MARY EVANS (1817-)

Children: 1 F: MAY SEXTON

2 F: GLADYS EMILY MARY SEXTON

Birth: 15 Apr 1891 East Finchley

Death: 18 May 1962 Barton on Sea, Hants.

Spouse: HENRY ARTHUR HAYWARD

3 M: EDWARD SEXTON

Birth: 1904 East Finchley

Death: 1999

Name: HENRY ARTHUR HAYWARD

Birth: 10 Feb 1889 Croydon, London

Death: 23 Sep 1963 Barton on Sea, Hants.

Spouse: GLADYS EMILY MARY SEXTON

Birth: 15 Apr 1891 East Finchley

Death: 18 May 1962 Barton on Sea, Hants.

Father: ALBERT EDWARD SEXTON (1864-1912)

Mother: EMMA FLORENCE HILLIER (1863-1931)

Children: 1 M: MAURICE ARTHUR HAYWARD

2 F: JOAN MARY WINIFRED HAYWARD

Birth: 4 May 1922

Spouse: KENNETH ROBERT GUY

Spouse: JOHN HENRY CARSDALE

Name: KENNETH ROBERT GUY

Birth: 10 Oct 1915 Weymouth, Dorset

Death: 20 May 1977 Weymouth, Dorset

Spouse: JOAN MARY WINIFRED HAYWARD

Birth: 4 May 1922

Father: HENRY ARTHUR HAYWARD (1889-1963)

Mother: GLADYS EMILY MARY SEXTON (1891-1962)

Other Spouses: JOHN HENRY CARSDALE Children:

1 F: SHIRLEY JOAN GUY

Birth: 24 Jun 1946 Bath, Somerset

2 M: MARTYN ROBERT GUY

Birth: 6 Apr 1948 Bath, Somerset

3 F: BARABARA AUDREY GUY

Birth: 5 Dec 1950 Bath, Somerset

Name: ELIZABETH EVANS

Father: WILLIAM EVANS

Mother: MARY CASSANETT

Spouses: Unknown Name:

JANE CASSANETT

Birth: abt 23 Oct 1800

Christen: 28 Dec 1800 LONDON, ST GILES CRIPPLEGATE

Father: PETER VINCENT CASSANETT

Mother: ANN DEAN (~1767-1837)

Spouses: Unmarried:

JANE CASSANET

Jane, daughter of Peter Vincent Cassanet and Ann Dean was born October 23? (year not given) and was baptised on 28 December 1800 at St Giles, Cripplegate, London. It is presumed that she died at an early age as the next daughter was also named Jane. (Guildhall MS 6420/3)

Name: JANE CASSANETT

Birth: abt 6 Feb 1803

Christen: 20 Mar 1803 LONDON, ST MATTHEW, BETHNAL GREEN

Father: PETER VINCENT CASSANETT

Mother: ANN DEAN (~1767-1837)

Spouses: 1: DAVID TIMOTHY

Birth: 14 Feb 1802 LONDON

Occupation: A GENTLEMAN OF INDEPENDANT MEANS, FEATHER MERCHANT

Father: WILLIAM TIMOTHY (~1760-1838)

Mother: MARY DAVIES

Marriage: 13 Apr 1822 LONDON, ST BRIDE FLEET STREET

Children: DAVID (-1893)

JANE (1823-~1832)

MARY ANN KNOTT (~1826-)

WILLIAM JOHN SAMUEL (1828-)

AUGUSTUS FREDERICK (~1829-1881)

PETER VINCENT (1831-1919)

JANE (1841-)

FELIX FESTUS (1843 - 1910)

JUSTUS THEOPHILUS (1848 - ?)

JANE CASSANET

Jane, the second child to bear this name, was the daughter of Peter Vincent Cassanet and Ann Dean, she was born on 2(?6) February 1803 and baptised on 20 March at St Matthews, Bethnal Green. (Guildhall X25/5) This family detail is recorded under the Timothy family of David Timothy.

Name: SARAH CASSANET

Birth: 17 May 1806

Christen: 15 Jun 1806 LONDON, ST MATTHEW, BETHNAL GREEN

Father: PETER VINCENT CASSANETT

Mother: ANN DEAN (~1767-1837)

Spouses: Unmarried:

SARAH CASSANET

Sarah, daughter of Peter Vincent Cassanet and Ann Dean was born on 17 May 1806 and baptised at St Matthew, Bethnal Green, London on 15 June 1806. (Guildhall X25/5)

Name: EMMA CASSANETT

Birth: 31 Jan 1808 Christen: 17 Apr 1808 LONDON, ST MATTHEW, BETHNAL GREEN

Father: PETER VINCENT CASSANETT

Mother: ANN DEAN (~1767-1837)

Spouses: 1: JAMES MARTIN

Marriage: 2 Sep 1829 St Luke, Old Str. Finsbury, London

EMMA CASSANET

Emma, daughter of Peter Vincent Cassanet and Ann Dean was born on 31 January 1808 and baptised at St Matthew, Bethnal Green, London on 17 April 1808. (Guildhall X 25/5) She married James Martin on 2 September 1829 at St Luke, Old St, Finsbury, London, both of this parish, by banns, her a spinster and James a batchelor, both signed, witnesses, Thomas Bennet and Christiana? Martin. Curate, John Howard Rice LLD (Guildhall x 27/11)

According to the IGI there were only about 16 Cassanet records detailed (though not all parishes allowed their records to be transcribed) between 1798 and 1865 so it must have been a very tight group. It is possible that John Vincent Cassanet was a brother or close relation of Peter Vincent Cassanet as he seemed to have his family a little later.

Wife - Mary Brow Frances Ann chr. 12 August 1827, St Matthew, Bethnal Green

Mary Frederica chr. 14 February 1836, St Matthew, Bethnal Green - father recorded as just John

Wife - Emily

Vincent Henry chr. 26 November 1865, St Andrew, Holborn

Alfred John chr. 9 February 1868, St Andrew, Holborn

Leonard George chr. 15 May 1870, St Sepulchre, London

There may have been two John Vincent Cassanet's as the christening dates are well spread out over a period of some 43 years which is surprising for those years but my great grandfather had his children over a period of 35 years so it is possible.

I have not done a search, as yet, for later Cassanet's to see if the family has died out.

I am very grateful for much of the above information from Martyn Robert Guy, a decendant of Peter Vincent Cassanet via his daughter Mary and her marriage to William Evans and their child Emma Mary who married a Mr Hillier. There is much further research needed to tie up dates and loose ends relating to the Cassanet family which is out of my main line of research so I would be very grateful for any information being passed to me.

THE CHILDREN OF DAVID TIMOTHY

DAVID TIMOTHY (?? - ??)

David, said to be the eldest child of David Timothy and Jane Cassanett, only facts known is that he was said to have died in Australia, not known when.

JANE TIMOTHY (1823 - 1832?)

Jane, the first daughter of David Timothy and Jane Cassanett was born on the 23rd of May 1823 and baptised on the 10th August in the same year. See above, Barbican inscription. The occupation of Jane's father is given as a Gentleman on the baptism details, but later ones are Feather Merchant. It is presumed that she died at an early age as a later sister was also named Jane.

MARY ANN KNOTT TIMOTHY (1826 - ??) and GEORGE BARKER

Mary Ann Knott Timothy was born in London on about the 3rd July 1826 and baptised at St Giles, Cripplegate on the 10th September 1826. She married George Barker (batchelor) on 19th November 1846 at St Giles, Cripplegate. George Barker was a son of William Barker, (who was deceased at the time of the marriage of his son to Mary). George was a Wine Merchant as his father had been, Mary's father was a Feather Merchant. She was recorded as a minor on the marriage record.

The witnesses were : - David Timothy, Julia Barker and Jane Timothy The wedding was by licence. Both were able to sign the register. He of St Botolph, Bishopgate and she of St Giles, Cripplegate. Children :

Hilton Cassanet Barker

William Barker

Ada Mary Barker

Ellen Barker

Dates from TBL

1852 Carpet & Bedding Warehouse 12 Shoreditch High St

 

This date and address is the same as William Timothy's, not her father David's address, it is not known why she was listed in a London Trade directory.

WILLIAM JOHN SAMUEL TIMOTHY (1828 - ??) and MARY ANN PROSSER He was born on or about the 17th January 1828 and was baptised on the 23rd March 1828 at St Giles, Cripplegate. Nothing more is known of him except his marriage date to Mary Ann Prosser on the 31st August 1846 at the Church of St John the Baptist, Shoreditch, London and that he was a Draper. According to Laurel Merritt there was a later marriage to Salome M(H)udd or Wentworth on the 29th of March 1879. This I have not yet confirmed.

AUGUSTUS FREDERICK TIMOTHY (1829 - ??) & MARGARTET JANE KEITHLEY

He was born on 8th October, presumably in the same year as he was baptised, 1829, as he was baptised on 1st November 1829. Interestingly his father this time is given as an Upholder, which can be either an Undertaker or more likely an Upholsterer, in view of the earlier baptism of Peter Vincent where he is given as Feather Merchant, and the even earlier one of Jane where he is given as a Gentleman.

He married Emma Annie Roberts, by Licence, in the Parish Church, Chesterfield, Derbyshire on the 31st March 1853 with her sister & parents as witnesses. Her father John Hall Roberts was a local manufacturer.

No other information has yet been traced.

He married Mary Jane Keithley on the 25th July 1865 and the children were:

Frederick Timothy

Charles Beaumont Timothy

Margaret Augusta Timothy

Frederick William Donald Timothy

Florence Marion Timothy

Mary Timothy Harry Vincent Timothy

Taken from the Old Bailey records

391.   EDWIN EDWARDS , feloniously forging and uttering a receipt for the sum of 6l. 5s., with intent to defraud: also, embezzling 6l. 5s.; the moneys of    Augustus Frederick Timothy and another, his masters: to which he

PLEADED GUILTY . Aged 19.— Confined Twelve Months.

 

259.   WILLIAM COLECHIN (32) , Stealing 300lbs. weight of oil-cake, value 2l., of    Augustus Frederick Timothy; to which he

PLEADED GUILTY.—Recommended to mercy by the Prosecutor.Confined

Three Months.

 

Augustus Frederick Timothy

1854 Wharfinger Shad Thames
  Gardner & Timothy  
  Wharfinger & Lightermen  
1856 Timothy Brothers Wharfingers Mesnards Wharf, Shad Thames & Whittings Lower Wharf, Broad St Ratcliffe
1858 - 1861 Wharfinger & Warehouse Mesnards & Grices Granaries
  Keeper Rotherhithe St & Fenchurch St
1862 Timothy, Shotter & Co. Mellish's Wharf Millwall E &
    Commercial Sale Rooms
    Mincing Lane EC
1863 Wharfingers & Warehouse Bull Head Dock Wharf
  Keepers Grices Granaries, Rotherhithe
    St & Fenchurch St
1868 - 69 Timothy & Carman Coventry Wharf Shad Thames
  Wharfingers & Warehouse Keepers Grices Granaries Rotherhithe St & Fenchurch St & Timothy's Wharf Millwall
1872 - 74 Augustus Frederick & Co Coventry Wharf Shad Thames
    Grices Granaries Timothy's
    Wharf & Tunnel Wharf
1875 - 76 As above As above plus 4 New London St
1877 - 80 As above As above plus Surrey Commercial Wharf & Mangles Wharf
1881 - 83 Timothy & Green Wharfingers & Warehouse Keepers 14 Coopers Row Tower Hill EC Coventry Wharf Shad Thames Grices Granaries Tunnel Wharf & Surrey Commercial Wharf Rotherhithe St Timothy's Wharf Millwall E & Storage Wharf Deptford SE
1884 No further entries except Courts & Trades as below  
  Addis, Timothy & Son Sunderland Wharf 47 & 49 64 & 66 Bermondsey Wall SE
1906 As above but with name of City Office
  Addis (Timothy) & Son Corn Exchange Chambers
    Scothing Lane EC
1916 Entry reads  
  Addis T & Son  

KEITHLEY SYDNEY FREDERICK TIMOTHY (1866 -??)

First child and son of Augustus Frederick Timothy and Margaret Jane Keithley was baptised on the 26th June 1866 at Eltham, Kent.

CHARLES BEAUMONT TIMOTHY (1867 -??)

Second child and second son of Augustus Frederick Timothy and Margaret Jane Keithley was baptised on the 24th August 1867 at St John, Eltham, Kent.

MARGARET AUGUSTA TIMOTHY (1868 - ??)

Third child and first daughter of Augustus Frederick Timothy and Margaret Jane Keithley was baptised on the 10th November 1868 at St John, Eltham, Kent.

FREDERICK WILLIAM DONALD TIMOTHY (1870 -??)

Frederick William Donald Timothy, the fourth child and third son of Augustus Frederick Timothy and Margaret Jane Keithley was born on the 24 July 1870 and married Minnie Laura Cornwallis

JULY 30 1907 TIMOTHY v TIMOTHY - THE KINGS PROCTOR SHOWING CAUSE

Intervention. Decree NISI rescinded.

This was an intervention by the King's proctor for the rescission of the decree nisi obtained by the petitioner, on the grounds of her misconduct. Mr J Harvey Murphy said that Laura Timothy, otherwise Minnie Laura Cornwallis, had on March 28 1901, married Frederick William Donald Timothy, otherwise Donald Cornwallis, a professional palmist.

Mr Justice Bucknill - A Palmist - What is that?

Mr Murphy - A gentleman who looks at your hand, and tells you that something will happen to you which does not.

Mr Justice Bucknill - So I should think.

Mr Murphy, continuing, said that the parties had lived and cohabited at 68, Portsdown-road, W., and elsewhere, there being said to be no issue of the marriage. On November 16, 1905, she filed a petition for divorce on the grounds of her husband's alleged cruelty and adultery, and in November, 1906, she filed a supplemental petition alleging adultery with a woman unknown at the Golden Cross Hotel. The suit was undefended, and on December 10, 1906, a decree nisi was pronounced.

As the result of inquiries by the King's Proctor, the Attorney-General directed an intervention, and on June 8, 1907, the King's Proctor appeared in the suit, and on June 13 filed his plea alleging inter alia - (1) That material facts had been withheld from the Court; (2) that the petitioner had frequently since her marriage committed adultery; and (3) that the decree nisi was obtained by collusion between the petitioner and the respondent, contrary to the justice of the case.

On June 13 the King's Proctor served his plea on the petitioner's solicitor, who replied that he did not know his client's address and could not, therefore, communicate it to her. On July 9 the King's Proctor again wrote to the solicitor, reminding him that the time for filing and answer had expired, and that the case would proceed by motion. To this the solicitor replied that on receipt of the plea he had written to his client at 19, Savoy-mansions, but that the letter had since been returned through the Dead Letter Office.

Subsequently the King's Proctor discovered that the petitioner was calling for her letters at the Chancery-lane Safe Deposit, and on July 17 a letter and a copy of the King's Proctor's plea were sent to her by registered post to that address. Two days later, on July 19, the petitioner was seen by an agent of the King's Proctor leaving a house in Coram-street, and the lady, on being addressed by him as "Mrs. Cornwallis," replied, "No, you have made a mistake."

He then said, "I beg your pardon. Mrs. Timothy, I should have said," and he then served her with a copy of the King's Proctor's plea. She then replied, "Oh, I got the other one you sent to Chancery-lane, but I wish you would give me some advice. What is stated in this paper is not true; but I really do not know what to do. Can you tell me?"

The King's Proctor's agent advised her to consult her solicitor, and the lady then said, "I do hope you are not going to make inquiries at this house." In these circumstances, it was submitted that the decree nisi should be rescinded.

Mr. Justice Bucknill accordingly rescinded the decree nisi, and dismissed the petition, condemning the petitioner in the costs of the King's Proctor.

Mr. W. O. Willis, on behalf of Mr. J. P. Ayres, the petitioner's solicitor, explained that his client had not been aware of his client's actual address, the one of which he had written being an old one.

Mr. Murphy. - I made no comment. I merely read the letters as they stood.

FLORENCE MARION TIMOTHY (1873 -??)

Florence Marion was the fifth child and second daughter of Augustus Frederick Timothy and Margaret Jane Keithley and was born on the 5th February 1873

MARY TIMOTHY (1874 -??)

The sixth child and third daughter of Augustus Frederick Timothy and Margaret Jane Keithley was baptized on the 5th July 1874 at St John, Eltham, Kent.

HARRY VINCENT TIMOTHY (1880 -??)

The seventh child and fourth son of Augustus Frederick Timothy and Margaret Jane Keithley was born on the 27th August 1880 at Eltham, Kent. The children of David Timothy and Jane Cassanett are continued, in order, below except for Peter Vincent Timothy and his descendants which continue from Section 6

JANE TIMOTHY (1841- ??)

Jane, the second child to be named Jane, it being assumed that the earlier Jane had died. Born 18 October 1841 at Barbican and baptised on 9 January 1842 at St Giles, Cripplegate. She married Thomas Palmer in Sept 1859 at Camberwell, London and their son Thomas Cassanet was born in Sept 1860 in Camberwell. She later married William John Fraser, has a son Frank Hazel Fraser and it is thought that she went to Australia with her son.

 Latest information from James Horn "At the age of 16, she married a Mr Palmer  and had a son "Cassinett Palmer.  Mr Palmer died after 3 yrs of marriage and she then married my great grandfather William John Fraser. in 1865 in Islington.  They had 10 children, one of which was Frank.  Frank and his wife Florence (nee Coleman) came to Australia in 1910.  "
 

FELIX FESTUS TIMOTHY (1843 - ??) and Jane Hamblin (Hamblyn)

Felix Festus, the seventh child of David and Jane was born on the 30th November 1843 and was baptised on the 27th December 1843. He married, at the age of 33, in December 1876 at Peckham, and their daughter Miriam Jane was born on the 24th February 1879. All that is known is that it is said that he was a traveller in wines and spirits.

TIMOTHY Miriam Jane (1879 - 1950)  & Robert 'Bobby' Deane. (1879 - 1969) She was a child of Felix Festus Timothy and Jane Hamblin, was born on the 24th February 1879 in Peckham, London. She entered the Royal College of Music 26th September1893, when she was fourteen, having won a scholarship, the fees of £13. 6s. 8d (£13.39) per term being paid by the Erard Exhibition funds provided by Mr D Mayer. She studied the Harp firstly and also the piano.

She left on the 24th July 1897 having obtained a degree of ARCM in Easter 1897, then living at 11 St. Marks Cresent, Regents Park, London. On the 10th August 1895 at the first Promenade concert at the Queens Hall Lady Harty is quoted as saying "...another memory that stands out is a harp solo by Miriam Timothy. She was the only (female) member of the orchestra, very young and very musical. She also had been a scholar at the Royal College of Music. Transcripts alleged to have been taken from PVT's letter to daughter Mabel which was dated 1910 (which does not refer to Miriam) says that she was Harpist to Queen Victoria and King Edward in their private band, and Gold Medalist - Royal Academy. She was also a member of Sir Henry Wood's orchestra.

Some of detail above from booklet TBL

Further information, in addition to that below, is held by me from the Royal Archives at Windsor Castle, including several photocopies of documents relating to the Band and Miriam but they cannot be reproduced without permission. 

1900, 4 Jan. Appointed a member of the Queen's Band, Class B (i.e. to play in London, at Windsor or at Osborne when required), at a salary of £80 per annum plus travelling & lodging expenses (Windsor - £ 1 -1s -0d & Osbourne (Isle of Wight) £1-1s-0d plus £1-1s-0d for rail fare)

1901, January One of the signatories of an address of condolence from the members of the Band to King Edward VII on the death of Queen Victoria.

1901-2 Re-appointed to King Edward VII's Band, and played at the Coronation, 1902

1903, April With the other members of the Band, informed by Sir Walter Parratt, Master of the King's Music, that the Band was to be dissolved, as its services were not called upon sufficiently often to justify continuing it.

1903, 29 June One of the signatories of a petition from the members of the Band to the King asking for the Band to be retained, but paid only when called upon to play.

1903, August Informed, with other members of the Band, that the petition had been accepted and the Band continued on new terms.

1911, 13 April Re-appointed, to King George V's Band

The Royal Band had 34 members of which Miriam was the only female member.

There is considerable detail in the photocopies but nothing further is known of her.

1881 census at 112 Hollydale Rd, Camberwell, Surrey, as Miriaim not Miriam! aged 2, a Scholar, born at Peckam, Surrey, England. Her father was not present on the census day.

1891 Census

Address: 16, Sunny Bank, Croydon, South Norwood

TIMOTHY, Jane Head Married F 53 1838
Hampton
Middlesex
TIMOTHY, Gertrude Daughter Single F 21 1870
Canada
TIMOTHY, Miriam Daughter Single F 12 1879
Peckham
Surrey
TIMOTHY, Hilda Daughter Single F 8 1883
Peckham
Surrey
HOLLIST, Agnes Servant Single F 19 1872 Domestic Servant
Upper Norwood
Surrey


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RG12 Piece:
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Registration District:
Croydon Sub District:
Croydon EnumerationDistrict:
48 Ecclesiastical Parish:
St Marks

Civil Parish:
Croydon Municipal Borough:
Croydon Address:
16, Sunny Bank, Croydon, South Norwood County:
Surrey

1901 census at 120 Gt Portland St, Marylebone, London, Single, aged 22 & a Professional Singer but also 'Frederick' Timothy, Head, Traveller, aged 62, Widower, and Hilda, aged 18, daughter. Could Felix Festus T. now be called Frederick?

1911 Census Household Transcript

Name: Relationship to head: Marital Status: Years married: Sex: Age in 1911: Occupation: Where born:
COPELAND, MAJOR HENRY P RAMSEY BOARDER MARRIED M 50 CONSULTING ENGINEER AUSTRALIA VICTORIA RESIDENT
PEETE, CAROLINE M W BOARDER SINGLE F 68 PRIVATE MEANS LINES - GOSBERTON
PIGGE, LUCY MARY BOARDER WIDOW F 53 PRIVATE MEANS C COLONY S H EASTERS PROV - VISITOR
AMOUT, RIENETTA A D BOARDER SINGLE F 35 PRIVATE MEANS C COLONY S H EASTERS PRV - VISITOR
TIMOTHY, MIRIAM JANE BOARDER SINGLE F 50 MUSICAL PROFESSION LONDON

Address County London
District Paddington Subdistrict Paddington South
Enumeration District 1 Parish

Dr David Bradshaw, of Worcester College, Oxford is editing a previously undocumented diary of Virginia Woolf and reports that she met Miriam Timothy at a dinner party at the house of Mrs Sisismund Loeb on or around 3 November 1909. Some extracts from Dr David Bradshaws book Carlyle's House and Other Sketches (Hesperus Press Ltd.) 'The ever present and beautiful Miss Timothy, as excellent on the harp as on the lute'. Miriam was renounced as a harpist and a beautiful woman. She taught at the RCM from1910 to1919.
The Halifax Chamber Choir
The First World War
The choir still possesses a big old accounts book, begun in 1914. It tells us, for example, that in 1915 the Choir gave a total of £45 to 'Local War Relief Funds' —The Mayoress of Halifax Fund, the Mayor of Halifax Local Relief Fund, and the Halifax Belgium Relief Fund.
The accounts book also gives us a record of the principals paid to perform with the choir — here are some...
Harpist Miriam Timothy

Some extra notes re Miriam
Principal Harpist of the BBC Symphony Orchestra for 50 years
Sidonie Goossens, harpist: born Liscard, Cheshire 19 October 1899; MBE 1974, OBE 1981; married 1924 Hyam Greenbaum (died 1942; one son deceased), 1945 Norman Millar (died 1991); died Betchworth, Surrey 15 December 2004.
""and she and Marie studied with the harpist Miriam Timothy.""
Suite, Op. 6 (1914) 10:32
for Flute (or Violin), Violin and Harp (or Piano)
To Miss (Miriam) Timothy
In Memoriam: John Sebastian Morley, Harp Maker
When, in 1912, I came to Liverpool to study with Miriam Timothy at the Royal College of Music, I was told to go to the Harp Shop in Old Brompton Road, Kensington.


The following by very kind permission of Ross Dix-Peek

Miriam Timothy, Harpist to Queen Victoria

By
Ross Dix-Peek

My mother's maiden name is Timothy, a family of Welsh origin, and you know what they say about the Welsh and music. This seems to ring true, as my mother's grand-aunt was Miriam Timothy, who apparently was one of Queen Victoria's "favourite harpists" and had the distinction of playing the harp at no-less than two coronations in Westminster Abbey, and was also invited to a third-that of King George VI. This is her story.

As a young girl Miriam Timothy initially studied at the Royal Academy of Music, where she was awarded Bronze and Silver medals, as well as taking her certificate, before playing with all the big London orchestras, of ten as a soloist, including the Queen's Hall, the Philharmonic and the Albert Hall orchestras. As she later recalled in a newspaper interview in Cape Town in 1938, while en route to England with her husband, Colonel R. "Bobby" Deane (then Commissioner of Police on the island of Mauritius), "As a girl I was privileged to play for Queen Victoria", going on to say, "The Queen was then a very old lady, living at Osborne House on the Isle of Wight. Usually Princess Beatrice was present when I was summoned from Osborne Cottage to play, but sometimes I was in the room entirely alone with the Queen."


"Queen Victoria had good taste in music, and was not only appreciative but very kind to the young and nervous performer that I was in those days. I well remember the first time I was ushered into her presence." Miriam Timothy, by now Mrs R. Deane, went on to tell the reporter that, "I was so over-awed that I almost tripped over the pattern on the carpet."
Miriam Timothy later played the harp, in August 1902, at Westminster Abbey, during the coronation of King Edward VII, the successor to his mother, Queen Victoria, and when King George V was crowned King, Miriam took a similar part in the orchestra, and would have played the harp during King George VI's coronation, but she was out of England at the time and could not accept the invitation, commenting rather modestly, "Perhaps it was just as well, for it is many years since I played the harp."

 It seems true indeed that the Welsh love of music does perchance inhabit my family's veins, because not only was Miriam musical, but Her Brother, Bernard, my grandfather (who settled in Uitenhage, in the eastern cape, South Africa, just before the Boer War), had been organist to the Duke of Westminster, while their youngest
sister, Gertrude, played the violin ("Gertie" was reputed to have later married Sir Herbert Parsons, of "Ashton and Parsons" fame), and of course there is my dear mother, Felicity, who was playing the accordion when only knee-high to a Bull-Frog and still plays the piano, and my siblings, Harland and Shelly.

In another clipping, this time contemporary with Miriam Timothy's early days as a harpist, it proclaims her talents , commenting: "Most visitors to the Queen's Hall concerts have noticed the pretty young girl sitting in front of the orchestra at her harp, the one lady instrumentalist in the big band, which plays with such precision and finish under the able direction of Mr. Henry J. Wood (later Sir Henry Joseph Wood, famous British Conductor, who received a knighthood in 1910). It is a high honour for a girl of one-and-twenty to have played four seasons at Queen's Hall, but Miss Timothy has already won nearly all the laurels possible, and since the beginning of this year has been admitted a member of the Queen's Band."

Miriam Timothy related: "It was really rather exciting."
She went on to divulge that, "Last January I received a telegram from Sir Walter Parratt to go to Osborne and play at a very short notice. It was something of a rush, but I went down on the Saturday morning, and Sir Walter said: Now Timmy' (at the Academy and Royal College of Music where I studied I was always called Timmy, because of my surname, and never called Miriam), I want you to play a solo to the Queen and also in the orchestra.'

Of course, I felt very excited, and in the evening, after I had played in the Queen's private drawing-room, Her Majesty said I was to be presented to her, an honour of which I had not dreamed. The Queen asked me if I was a pupil of Mr. Thomas, and if I was quite comfortable, for I was put up at one of the Queen's cottages. And then soon after came the news of my appointment as a member of her band. Since then I have been nine times to Windsor, and on one occasion took the harp part in a trio, Princess Henry of Battenberg [later anglicized to "Mountbatten"] playing the organ. I also appeared at the State Concerts at Buckingham Palace this year, and accompanied Madame Albani and Miss Ada Crossley when they sang a duet, which I believe the Princess of wales liked very much."Asked whether she enjoyed taking part in the State Concert, Miriam Timothy replied, "Yes; but the spectacle is very dazzling, and the absence of applause is rather chilling."

Asked why she decided to adopt the harp as her musical instrument of choice, Miriam Timothy related how her mother used to take the children "to the Crystal Palace concerts, and, one day; looking down from the balcony above, she asked me what instrument I would like to learn. I at once chose the harp, and when I was eight years old went to study with Madame Dryden. I was two years with her, and I believe it did me a world of good, for I was inclined to be a very conceited child, and my teaching took that out of me."
As if all this was not enough, Miriam Timothy also had the distinction of being made an associate of the Philharmonic Society, an outstanding achievement considering the times, because, in England and elsewhere (except New Zealand), women had not even acquired the right to vote yet! So here's to my Great, Great-Aunt, Miriam "Timmy" Timothy, "One of the Queen's Favourite Harpists", and quite a lady!

[Sources: family papers and newspaper and magazine clippings from "Daddy's Girl", by Mrs. Meade, Article "A Chat With One of the Queen's Favourite Harpists", published circa 1901, 340 pp and "Harpist at Two Coronations", Cape Argus, (A Cape Town newspaper), dated 29 March 1938.]

Miriam married Robert 'Bobby' Deane in 1926 and she died in 1950 as far as can be found todate.

Some of her trips below:

28 March 1912 Liverpool to New York on BALTIC

12 May 1920 she went to Barbados West Indies with poss. Annie Bertha Hambling a Secretary on the QUILLOTA as a Musician.

20 Jan 1922 to Barbados again on INGOMA with her home adress as Flat 3, 58 New Cavendish St W 1

She arrived back in Plymouth 18 Sept 1922 on VAN RENSSELAER with Robert Deane, Police Officer aged 43 Residence St Lucia BWJ and Bertha Hambling aged 40, address as above and Miriam aged 40 address c/o Sir Herbert Parsons, Winton? Lodge

7 Dec 1922 to Port Elizabeth South Africa on the GLOUCESTER CASTLE with her home address as 130 Fearne? Rd, Crouch End, London

Durban to Southampton arrived back on 12 March 1928 on RMS SAXON with Robert Deane Inspector of Police, Mauritius both 48 and Miriam as M J Deane using Winton Lodge, Streatham

London to Durban on 23 August 1928 on GRANTULLY CASTLE with Robert Deane, Lt. Col.

Southampton to Cape, S.A. on Nov 1932 WINCHESTER CASTLE with Robert Deane, Lt. Col.

Durban to London on 19 April 1838 on S S UMTALI - Lt Col R Deane aged 59 and M J Deane aged 59 using address as Winton Lodge again

London to Cape S.A. on 22nd July 1938 on CITY OF PARIS with Lt Col R Deane

Southampton to Madeira on 30 March 1950 aged 55 with Robert Deane (retired) on PRETORIA CASTLE

ROBERT 'BOBBY' DEANE (1879 - 1969)

 Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Deane,
CBE 1937, OBE 1918; born 13 June 1879; son of the Late Henry Deane,
Leicester, and Selina Dougherty; married 1906,Honor, daughter of Samuel
McDougall, Manchester; married 1926, Miriam (died 1950), daughter of Felix
Timothy, London, no children. Educated (Col. Deane that is)Lougborough;
University College, London. Joined South African Constabulary, during
South African War (which is obviously the 2nd Anglo-Boer War,
1899-1902).Later served with the Transvaal Police, 4th South African
Mounted Rifle's regiment; South African Permanent Force (Staff) School of
Musketry; Brigade Machine Gun Officer 1st South African Infantry Brigade,
Egypt and France, 1915-1916. Commanded 2nd (reserve) Battalion, South
African Infantry, 1917-1918 (despatches twice, MBE, OBE); Chief of Police,
St Lucia, British West Indies, 1919-1922; Deputy Inspector General of
Police, Mauritius, 1923; Commissioner of Police and Superintendent of
Prisons, Mauritius, 1926; retired, 1939. Controller, Mauritius labour
Corps, 1940-1942; Commandant, Mauritius Police Reserve, 1948-1950..
Died 19 April 1969.

See under Miriam Jane Timothy for their sea voyages

1881 England Census 1881 England Census

Name: Robert Deane

Age: 1

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1880

Relation: Son

Father's Name: Henry

Mother's Name: Selina

Gender: Male

Where born: Loughboro, Leicestershire, England

Civil parish: Loughborough

County/Island: Leicestershire

Country: England

Street Address: Park Rd

Education:

Employment status: View image

Registration district: Loughborough

Sub-registration district: Loughborough

Household Members: Name Age

Henry Deane 41

Selina Deane 27

Henry J. Deane 7

Mary Deane 6

Herbert E. Deane 4

Arthur G. Deane 3

Robert Deane 1

Dorothy Deane

Emma Holt 22

Louisa Carstap 23

Elizabeth Allen 25

Eliza Tanner 16

1891 England Census 1891 England Census

Name: Robt Jeane

[Robt Deane]

Age: 11

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1880

Relation: Son

Father's Name: Henry

Mother's Name: Salina (Selina)

Gender: Male

Where born: Loughborough, Leicestershire, England

Civil parish: Loughborough

Ecclesiastical parish: Emmanuel

Town: Loughborough

County/Island: Leicestershire

Country: England

Street Address:

Registration district: Loughborough

Sub-registration district: Loughborough

ED, institution, or vessel: 15

Household Members: Name Age

Henry Jeane 51 ALL should be DEANE Census transcription error

Salina Jeane 37

Mary Jeane 16

Arthur G Jeane 13

Robt Jeane 11

Dorothy Jeane 10

Violet E Jeane 8

Antony Jeane 6

Archibald B Jeane 5

Alice M Jeane 3

Lawrence S Jeane 2

Barbara D McDonald 5

Ellen Chittendon 21

Annie Hartshorn 28

Ada Maltby 22

Eliza Farmer 25

Rhoda Middlebrook 15

1901 England Census 1901 England Census

Name: Alice M Deane

Age: 13

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1888

Relation: Daughter

Father's Name: Henry

Mother's Name: Selina

Gender: Female

Where born: Loughborough, Leicestershire, England

Civil parish: Loughborough

Ecclesiastical parish: Emmanuel

County/Island: Leicestershire

Country: England

Street Address:

Occupation:

Condition as to marriage:

Education:

Employment status: View image

Registration district: Loughborough

Sub-registration district: Loughborough

ED, institution, or vessel: 21

Neighbors: View others on page

Household schedule number: 148

Household Members: Name Age

Henry Deane 61

Selina Deane 47

Henry Jno Deane 27

Dorothy Deane 20

Violet E Deane 18

Alice M Deane 13

Lawrence S Deane 12

Nancy Deane 7

Louisa Bloodworth 24

Elizabeth Hall 22

Alice Hemstock 24

Where was Robert by then?

1901 England Census 1901 England Census

Name: Samuel McDougall

Age: 47

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1854

Relation: Head

Spouse's Name: Linda A

Gender: Male

Where born: Manchester, Lancashire, England

Civil parish: Pendleton

Ecclesiastical parish: St Luke

County/Island: Lancashire

Country: England

Street Address:

Registration district: Salford

Sub-registration district: Pendleton

ED, institution, or vessel: 37

Household schedule number: 35

Household Members: Name Age

Samuel McDougall 47

Linda A McDougall 44

Honor B McDougall 20     - Robert Deane's first wife

Maud E McDougall 19

Mary Peers 15

 

 

OBITUARIES

Miriam Deane (nee Timothy)

May 15 1950

In 1904, just after I left the Royal College of Music, where I had held an open scholarship for flute, I was asked to join the Queen’s Hall Orchestra. Here I met Miss Miriam Timothy and her harp. She was a very charming girl and a bright and outstanding star in the orchestra, also a personality which struck one as being fine and of a sweet and serious disposition, together with great fun and freshness – a perfect lady.

      When the long run of “Chu-Chin-Chow” came along at His Majesty’s Theatre Miriam was there as harpist, and during her tacit numbers she used to do a considerable amount of knitting. About this time, or soon after, she got married and had the best wishes of the whole musical profession.

I think she then went to St. Lucia in the West Indies. I never saw her again and have only just heard of her death. She was a charming lady and musician.

     God rest her soul.

Charles A Souper


 P.S. – I believe on getting married, or just before, Miriam sold all her harps!  I often wondered why?

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The other children of Felix Festus Timothy are:

Harry James born 1861 Hampton, Middlesex
Felix Cassinet born 1863 Redhill, Surrey
Bernard David born 1865 Islington, London (Oct/Dec Qtr.)
Eliza Florence born 19 Sept 1867 died 1877
Getrude Jane  born 26 Oct 1869 in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada might have married Sir Herbert Parsons
Hilda Mary born 1883 Croydon, Surrey

The line of David Bernard continues by Felix Hamblyn Timothy, (1900 - 1969) Felicity Hamblyn Timothy (1936 - ) and her husband Errol William Clive Dix-Peek (1933 - 1999) to Ross Dix-Peek born 1970 and his siblings, Meryl (1957 - 2003), Harland Hamblyn Nigel (1959 - ) and Rochelle (1963 -)

JUSTUS THEOPILUS TIMOTHY (1848 -??)

He was born on the 23rd February 1848 and baptised at St Giles, Cripplegate on the 22 March 1848. All that is known is that he  was a clergyman.

1871 census

GIBBENS, William Head M 50 1821 Somerset
GIBBENS, Elizabeth Wife F 40 1831 Sussex
GIBBENS, Elizabeth B P C Daughter F 9 1862 Devon
GIBBENS, William R Son M 6 1865 Essex
GIBBENS, Ada J C Daughter F 4 1867 Essex
TIMOTHY, Justus T Lodger M 23 1848 London
JOHNSON, Lucy Servant F 19 1852 Essex


RG number:
RG10 Piece:
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Registration District:
Chelmsford Sub District:
Writtle EnumerationDistrict:
8 Ecclesiastical Parish:


Civil Parish:
Chignal Smealey Municipal Borough:
Address:
The Rectory, Chignal Smealey County:
Essex

1901 Census

WOOD, Chas A Head Married M 49 1852 School Proprietor
Levenshulme
Lancashire
KENNION, Thulia H Friend Single F 76 1825 Living On Own Means
Bow
CRITCHLEY, Edward T Assistant Single M 22 1879 Resident Asst Master
Strood
Kent
TIMOTHY, Justus T Friend Single M 53 1848 Living On Own Means
London

DAVIDSON, Saml J Friend Single M 60 1841 Living On Own Means
Belfast Ireland
BANKS, Horace K Assistant Single M 18 1883 Resident Asst Master
Plymouth
Devonshire
TAYLOR, Fred P Pupil Single M 11 1890
Peckham
London
TAYLOR, Arthur J Pupil Single M 7 1894
Lambeth
London
CHAURASSAIGNES, Rob Pupil Single M 13 1888
Marseilles F S France
BRIGHTWELL, Reg Pupil Single M 12 1889
Tooting
London
HODSON, Eliza E Cook Widow F 60 1841 Cook Domestic
Camberwell
London
HADLEY, May House Maid Single F 18 1883 House Maid
New York America U S a F S

RG number:
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417 Folio:
110 Page:
48

Registration District:
Lambeth Sub District:
Kennington First EnumerationDistrict:
31 Ecclesiastical Parish:
All Saint's

Civil Parish:
Lambeth Municipal Borough:
Address:
338, Clapham Road, Lambeth County:
London


1911 census
TIMOTHY, JUSTIN CLERGYMAN SINGLE M 63 LONDON
Address LAVON HOUSE SCHOOL 338 CLAPHAM ROAD S W County London
District Lambeth Subdistrict Stockwell
Enumeration District 9 Parish Lambeth

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