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Stephen MOYLE

REFN: M1


Alice TIPPETT

Christening also listed as 06 SEP 1733 Wendron, Cornwall, England Batch: C023571


Alice MOYLE

REFN: M3


Stephen MOYLE

REFN: M4

REFN: M4


John MOYLE

REFN: M5


Elizabeth MOYLE

REFN: M6


Mary MOYLE

REFN: M7


William MOYLE

REFN: M8


John MOYLE

REFN: M9


John MOYLE

REFN: M10


Thomas MOYLE

REFN: M12


Thomas MOYLE

REFN: M13

REFN: M13


John ILLIDGE

Some more ILLIDGEs from the 1881 U.K. Census

Family One: John ILLIDGE & Mary Ann living at 59 Paradise St, Lambeth, SUR John (62 y.o.) b:
Abt 1819 Wolverhampton Locksmith Mary Ann (53 y.o.) b: Abt 1828 Darlington
Mary Ann (24 y.o.) b: Abt 1857 Lambeth Supported by parents

Family Two: John ILLIDGE & Emma living at 57 Paradise St, Lambeth, SUR John (29 y.o.) b: Abt
1852 Lambeth, SUR Locksmith (probably the son of the above family. Actually, living NEXT DOOR, so very likely) Emma (26 y. o.) b. Abt 1855 Chelsea
Emma (8 y.o.) b. Abt 1873 London, MDX Scholar
William (5 y.o.) b. Abt 1876 Lambeth, SUR Scholar Edward (2 y.o.) b. Abt 1879
Wolverhampton

Family Three: John ILLIDGE & Maria living at Battersea, SUR John (29 y.o.) b.
Abt 1852 Southwark, SUR Engine Fitter Maria (30 y.o.) b. Abt 1851 London,
MDX Milliner

MARRIAGE: Vital Records Index - British Isles FHL: 1042054

BIOGRAPHY: John moved to Bethal House, Brixton, where he became a manufacturer of china and glass. He also worked int he Stock Exchange in London from 1810 to 1846.
He was a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Dyers and was elected to Livery in 1810.
Brixton, which is now an inner suburb of London, was a self-contained village at the beginning of the 1800s. At that time, London merely overlapped the south bank of the Thames River tot he east and west of London Bridge.
John became a very rich man, probably owing to his connections with his uncle, Thomas Bailey, after whom he even named a son. They shared a workhouse at 8-9 St Paul's Churchyard. When Thomas died, John received 100 pounds from his will.
John continued to manufacture china, glass and earthenware for export between 1831 and 1833. The following year he was lsited as a member of the Court of the Company of Dyers and also in that same year he was the High Sheriff of London and Middlesex. While he was Sheriff he was granted a coat of arms.
By 1842, he was listed as a stockbroker at the Bank Chambers and Stock Exchange. In that same year he was a Prime Warden. he was eventually granted Freedom to the City of London.
John died at Brixton on 28 October 1846, aged 68 years.
In his will he left a large funded and personal property amounting to 60,000 pounds.
He left his wife, Mary Ann, all that was in the dwelling house at Brixton, an annuity of 1,000 pounds and a further annuity of 300 pounds. He also left an annual sum of 50 pounds to look after Elizabeth until she was 21 years of age.
His two sons, Thomas and John, received shares, properties, income, etc., annuities tot he value of 3,000 pounds each. Thomas and his heirs also received properties in Brixton, Ranworth (Rayworth?) in Essex, Deptford in kent, and Tottenham in Middlesex.
His four daughters, Mary Ann, Susan, Ellen and Elizabeth, received an annual annuity of 150 pounds each. A further 3,000 pounds was given to Elizabeth in a codicil.
His brothers, Thomas, William and George, as well as his sister, Kitty, all received bequests, as well as his nephews and neices which included Isabella and Susan who were daughters of his late brother, Joseph.
John appointed his wife and two sons as trustees and executors.


Elizabeth ILLIDGE

CHRISTENING: Christened at St. Matthews, but registered at St. Mary's, Lambeth.


Mary Ann ILLIDGE

IGI: Batch number: P006281

MARRIAGE: LDS Batch Number 7201416 Sheet: 71 Source: 820082


Thomas Bailey ILLIDGE

IGI: Batch number: P006281

BIOGRAPHY: Thomas predeceased his mother by two years. As he had never married, he left his money to her when he died on 29 December 1875.


Emma ILLIDGE

IGI: Batch number: P006281


John Betts ILLIDGE

IGI: Batch number: P006281

BIOGRAPHY: At time of 1881 census, John was living at 48 Acre Lane, Lambeth, Surrey, England.
Source: FHL Film 1341141 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 0613 Folio 60 Page 6

BIOGRAPHY: He had two of the children of Owen & Ellen GRAY (nee ILLIDGE) living with him.
Marion GRAY & Herbert GRAY
Also living with them were:
Frances ATTERTON U 26 F Kennington, Surrey, England
Rel: Servt
Occ: Servt. Cook
Elizabeth FEWHURST U 18 F Bermondsey, Surrey, England
Rel: Servt
Occ: Servt. Housemaid

BIOGRAPHY: Occupation at time of 1881 census was listed as Solicitor.

DEATH: His brief will effectively said, "Everything to Marion GRAY".

Also in the 1881 Census (not too far away) was a BETTS family:
Dwelling: 2 Felix Street
Census Place: Lambeth, Surrey, England
Source: FHL Film 1341135 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 0591 Folio 24 Page 12
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Elizabeth BETTS W 41 F Croydon, Surrey, England
Rel: Head
William BETTS U 17 M Lambeth, Surrey, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Porter Book Shop
Mary BETTS U 15 F Lambeth, Surrey, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Coffee Bar Assistant
Walter BETTS U 13 M Lambeth, Surrey, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Errand Boy
Annie BETTS U 10 F Lambeth, Surrey, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Albert BETTS U 6 M Lambeth, Surrey, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Robert BETTS U 3 M Lambeth, Surrey, England
Rel: Son
Harry BETTS U 10 m M Lambeth, Surrey, England
Rel: Son


Elizabeth ILLIDGE

IGI: Batch number: P015611


George ILLIDGE

IGI: Batch number: P015611


Thomas HASTIE

At the time of the 1881 census, there were quite a few HASTIE families in Berwick. (Check the 1881 Census CDs from time to time to update details asd families are added to this database).
At the time of the 1881 Census, the family was living at 10 Skaithmuir, Coldstream, Berwick, Scotland. (Thomas' son, William, lived at number 5).
Source: FHL Film 0224030 GRO Ref Volume 733 EnumDist 3 Page 6

At the time of the 1881 Census, Thomas was listed as 67; occupation: Hedger. Living with him were his wife, Janet, their daughter, Margaret, and three of their grandchildren (Margaret's children).

Another HASTIE family with a Thomas & Janet as the head had many locations in common and is almost certainly related:
Dwelling: Cheeklaw Farmhouse
Census Place: Dunse, Berwick, Scotland
Source: FHL Film 0224030 GRO Ref Volume 735 EnumDist 3 Page 30
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Thomas HASTIE M 54 M Hutton, Berwick, Scotland
Rel: Head
Occ: Farmer Of 190 Acres Arable Employing 3 Men & 8 Women
Janet HASTIE M 44 F Eccles, Berwick, Scotland
Rel: Wife
Isabella HASTIE 15 F Coldingham, Berwick, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
David HASTIE 12 M Dunse, Berwick, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
John HASTIE 10 M Dunse, Berwick, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
William HASTIE 8 M Dunse, Berwick, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Everest M. HASTIE 6 M Dunse, Berwick, Scotland
Rel: Son
Alexander HASTIE 1 M Dunse, Berwick, Scotland
Rel: Son
Elizabeth HASTIE U 58 F Hutton, Berwick, Scotland
Rel: Sister
Margaret FAIRBAIRN U 24 F Eccles, Berwick, Scotland
Rel: Servant
Occ: General Servant Domestic


Janet FALCONER

At the time of the 1881 census, Janet was listed as 67 y.o..



Margaret HASTIE

At the time of the 1881 Census, Margaret was listed as 42 y.o. living with her parents. Three of her children were with her.


Mary HASTIE

At the time of the 1881 Census, there was another HASTIE family with lots of Bunkle, Berwick births, so I've included them here for now for future reference when i find out who they are.
Dwelling: Mungos Walls Cottar House 2
Census Place: Edrom, Berwick, Scotland
Source: FHL Film 0224031 GRO Ref Volume 738 EnumDist 3 Page 5
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Robert HASTIE M 58 M Bunkle, Berwick, Scotland
Rel: Head
Occ: Farm Steward
Janet HASTIE M 54 F Bunkle, Berwick, Scotland
Rel: Wife
James HASTIE U 25 M Bunkle, Berwick, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Ag Lab
Margaret HASTIE U 18 F Chirnside, Berwick, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Ag Lab
Isabella HASTIE U 15 F Chirnside, Berwick, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Dressmaker


William HASTIE

BIOGRAPHY: At the time of the 1881 census, the family was living at 5 Skaithmuir, Coldstream, Berwick, Scotland. (His parents lived at number 10).
Source: FHL Film 0224030 GRO Ref Volume 733 EnumDist 3 Page 5
William's occupation was given as Farm Servant


Janet FALCONER

At the time of the 1881 census, Janet was listed as 67 y.o..


John HANNINGTON

OCCUPATION: At time of marriage to Sarah WINSER - Banker's Clerk; Later - Draper

BIOGRAPHY: At the time of the baptism of his son, Frederick Mepham, the family was living at Privy Place, Kennington, but by the time of the 1861 census they were living at 45 New Park Road, Stockwell, and John's occupation was given as Drapers Accountant. Seven of their children were with them, along with a cook, a nurse and a housemaid.
John seemed to have been quite successful. He was named as sole exectuor of his mother's will. He was executor for the estate of his sister, Frances, and he held power of attorney for his sister-in-law, Martha SNELLING.
At the time of his marriage to Dinah Maria DAY, John's occupation was listed as Silk Mercer and he resided at 62 Garden Road, Clapham Road, London S.W..
Upon his death at his home at Mayfield, Bedford Road, Horsham, on 24 August 1889, his estate, valued at 1358 pounds, was left to his widow, Dinah.


Dinah Maria DAY

BIOGRAPHY: Upon Dinah's death in 1923, her estate, worth 5587 pounds, was, after a few minor bequests, divided between her step-grandchildren, Edward Walter HANNINGTON and Edith Emily BUTCHER.


John HANNINGTON

OCCUPATION: At time of marriage to Sarah WINSER - Banker's Clerk; Later - Draper

BIOGRAPHY: At the time of the baptism of his son, Frederick Mepham, the family was living at Privy Place, Kennington, but by the time of the 1861 census they were living at 45 New Park Road, Stockwell, and John's occupation was given as Drapers Accountant. Seven of their children were with them, along with a cook, a nurse and a housemaid.
John seemed to have been quite successful. He was named as sole exectuor of his mother's will. He was executor for the estate of his sister, Frances, and he held power of attorney for his sister-in-law, Martha SNELLING.
At the time of his marriage to Dinah Maria DAY, John's occupation was listed as Silk Mercer and he resided at 62 Garden Road, Clapham Road, London S.W..
Upon his death at his home at Mayfield, Bedford Road, Horsham, on 24 August 1889, his estate, valued at 1358 pounds, was left to his widow, Dinah.


Sarah WINSER

BIOGRAPHY: At time of marriage to John HANNINGTON, Sarah lived at Robertsbridge, SSX.


John Edward HANNINGTON

BIOGRAPHY: Occupation: Accountant and then Auditor. At the time of the 1881 Census, John was listed as a House Furnishers Account Clerk.
At the time of his marriage to Georgina Esther BARBER, John and Esther both gave their address as 43 St. Paul's Road, Newington.
At the time of the 1881 Census, the family was living at 192 Westminster Rd, Lambeth, Surrey, England.
Source: FHL Film 1341134 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 0586 Folio 37 Page 3
John's mother-in-law, Georgina Esther BARBER, was also living with the family. She was listed as a 49 y.o. Solicitor's Widow.


Frederick Mepham HANNINGTON

BIOGRAPHY: Frederick was a witness at the marriage of his brother, Henry, in 1876. He was listed in the Brisbane, Queensland Post Office Directory for 1883 - 84 as an Accountant at 21 Queen Street. In the early 1900s, he lived at 387 Queen Street, Brisbane and from time-to-time corresponded with John COMPTON, the son-in-law of John Illidge and Sarah Winser GRAY. Some of the correspondence was advising John COMPTON on insurance for Proserpine Shire Council, of which John COMPTON was the first chairman in 1910.


Smith HANNINGTON

BIOGRAPHY: Witness at the marriage of his cousin, Helen Jane HANNINGTON, to John Hillgodt GRANGREN in 1879.
In the early 1880s, he emigrated to Queensland, Australia, where he was employed by the Public Works Department in Brisbane. Public Works Department records give the following:
17 July 1884 - 1885: Draftsman - Public Buildings
1886 - 1894: Foreman of Works, Brisbane
1895 - 1895: Inspector of Works, Townsville
1900 : Inspector of Works, Maryborough
1901 - 1902: Inspector of Works, Bundaberg
1903 - 1907: Inspector of Works, Rockhampton
19 Mar 1908 : Inspector of Works, Brisbane

BIOGRAPHY: Between 1918 and 1920 he lived at The Bend, Derby Street (York Street), Coorparoo, Brisbane.


Miriam Gertrude HANNINGTON

BIOGRAPHY: Witness at the marriage of her cousin, Helen Jane HANNINGTON, to John Hillgodt GRANGREN in 1879.


Albert Ernest HANNINGTON

BIRTH: Born 45 New Park Road, Stockwell.

BIOGRAPHY: He was at one time an apprentice at Hanningtons Store in Brighton. A note in the firm's Recreation Club Register reads: "Oct 6 1876 Hannington (Meopham) Albert Ernest. Apprentice- left May 12 1880).

At the time of the 1881 Census, Albert was boarding with Thomas & Emily WARD of 9 Queen St, Ipswich St Lawrence, Suffolk, England.
Source: FHL Film 1341452 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 1873 Folio 13 Page 19
Thomas WARD M 50 M Leicester, Leicester, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Watchmaker & Jeweller
Emily M. WARD M 48 F Devon, England
Rel: Wife
Thomas N. WARD U 21 M Ipswich, Suffolk, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Jeweller
Albert E. HANNINGTON U 17 M Brixton, Surrey, England
Rel: Boarder
Occ: Watchmakers Apprentice
Florence VINCE U 15 F Chattisham, Suffolk, England
Rel: Servt
Occ: General Servant Domestic


Charles Mepham HANNINGTON

DEATH: Died at Penton Place, Walworth, Surrey. He left no will and it appears that his widow inherited very little.

BIOGRAPHY: Charles entered the legal profession and the records of articles of clerkship in the Court of Kings bench indicate that he was articled to Charles Marshall, and attorney practising in Steyning, Sussex. In the law Lists he is shown as a Solicitor who practised at:
Hurstpierpoint - 1802; Eastbourne - 1820; Henfield - 1821 to 1823; Henfield and Brighton - 1824 to 1825; Brighton - 1826; Brighton, Henfield and Shoreham - 1827; Brighton - 1828.
He then practised at 1 Carey Street, Foster Lane, London in partnership with his son-in-law, Henry Crowther in 1830 and 1831.
When his son, Oliver Leeder, was baptised in 1817, the family was residing at Hansard Place.


Jane GATES

BIOGRAPHY: Jane remained in Brighton after the death of her husband, but as it appears that he left her very little, she possibly stayed with her daughter. In later years she stayed with her eldest daughter in Wiltshire, where she died on 4 January 1865. On Thursday, 12 January 1865, the following notice appeared in the Brighton Gazzette:

BIOGRAPHY: Died: On the 4th instant at the house of her daughter,
Mrs H.Crowther, Stanton Street, Bernard, Wilts,
jane, widow of C.M.Hannington, Esq.,
(late of Brighton, Solicitor) aged 84.


Charles Smith HANNINGTON

BIOGRAPHY: Occupation: Publican
Shown in the 1851 London Commercial Directory as a Numerical Printer at 2 Pudding Lane.
Charles emigrated to Australia with his wife some time after 1838.


Frances Gates HANNINGTON

CHRISTENING: Baptised at St. Andrews Church, Holborn.

BIOGRAPHY: Residence at time of marriage to Henry METHUEN was Upper Clapton. Later, she resided at 18 Powls Road, Brighton, SSX. And, at the time of her death in 1883, she was living at 12 West Mall, Clifton, Gloucestershire.

DEATH: Exceutors of her estate were her husband, Rev. Henry Hoare METHUEN, and her brother, John HANNINGTON.


Oliver Leeder HANNINGTON

CHRISTENING: Baptised at Christ Church, Southwark.

DEATH: Listed as a surviving child on his mother's will in 1862, so died after that time.


Guy HANNINGTON

BIOGRAPHY: Occupation: Civil Engineer