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WILHOYT, Justen (b. 2 SEP 1983, d. 2005)

Source: (Name)
Title: Christina Marie May 23/8/2005
Source: (Birth)
Title: Christina Marie May 20/8/2005
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: MAY/WILHOYT 0100
Reference: 10601

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WHITTLESEY, Martha (b. 1824, d. BET APR AND JUN 1902)
Note: Addresses
1851 Well End, March, Cambridgeshire.
1861 2 Princes Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1871 Gwydir Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridgeshire.
1881 10 Gwydir Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridgeshire.
1891 10 Gwydir Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridgeshire.
1901 8 Gwydir Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridgeshire as a widow
A servant was Lucy BUTTRESS (16) born Teversham, Cambridgeshire
Source: (Name)
Title: Karen MITCHELL 22/2/2006
Source: (Death)
Title: John TERRY's web site 15/2/2010
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHITTLESEY (and variants) 0600/CAVE 0500
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1861 Joiner's wife; 1901 Living on own means
Reference: 10142

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WHITTLESEA, William (b. 1813, d. 31 OCT 1864)
Note: Addresses
1841 Outwood End, Doddington, Cambridgeshire
Living, together with two sons, with parents
1851 Town Street, Upwell, Norfolk as WHITTLESEY
Living with them were Henry CANT (19) Apprentice born Welney, Norfolk and
Ann LEE (19) House Servant born Outwell, Norfolk. A Visitor was Susan REANS(?)
(54) widow born Sutton, Cambridgeshire
1861 Town, Upwell, Norfolk as WHITTELSEY
Living with them were two apprentices, Kerrington FOSTER (19) Bricklayer's
Apprentice born Welney, Norfolk and Frederick TROTT (18) Carpenter's Apprentice
born Outwell, Norfolk. A Servant was Martha CARTER (20) born Elm, Cambridgeshire
1864 Upwell, Norfolk (probate)
Source: (Name)
Title: Karen MITCHELL 22/2/2006
Source: (Birth)
Title: John TERRY's web site 15/2/2010
Source: (Birth)
Title: Adrian Gibbs 9/4/2014
Source: (Death)
Title: freeBMD
Source: (Individual)
Title: Ancestry.com
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHITTLESEY (and variants) 0600/WHITTLESEY (and variants) 0501
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1851 Builder employing 11 Labourers; 1861 Builder and Farmer 56 Acres; 1864 Farmer/Potato Dealer (probate)
Will: Place: £600
Reference: 10137
Probate: Date: 22 FEB 1865
Place: to Executors Egbert EVERSON of Lakesend, Upwell, Wheelwright and Thomas HYAM the younger Farmer

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WHITTLESEA, Mary (b. ABT 1814, d. UNKNOWN)
Note: Addresses
1841 Not found
Source: (Name)
Title: Karen MITCHELL 22/2/2006
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHITTLESEY (and variants) 0600
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Reference: 10138

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WHITTLESEY, Phoebe (b. 1818, d. BET APR AND JUN 1886)
Note: The name was WHITTLESEA but is entered here as WHITTLESEY for indexing purposes

Addresses
1841 Lakes End, Upwell, Norfolk
1851 Lakes End, Upwell, Norfolk.
Living with them was John CHAPMAN (18) Apprentice born Isle of Ely
1861 Lakes End, Upwell, Cambridgeshire
Living with them was Nathan READY (18) Apprentice Wheelwright born Soham,
Cambridgeshire
1871 Welby Road, Upwell, Norfolk.
1881 Lakes End, Upwell, Norfolk
Source: (Name)
Title: Karen MITCHELL 22/2/2006
Source: (Birth)
Title: John TERRY's web site 6/2/2009
Source: (Death)
Title: John TERRY's web site 10/2/2010
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHITTLESEY (and variants) 0600/EVERSON 0500
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Reference: 10140

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WHITTLESEY, Thomas WHITTLESEA or (b. 1821, d. BET JAN AND MAR 1887)
Note: Addresses
1841 Outwood End, Doddington, Cambridgeshire.
Living with an Joel AMOS(S) and family next door to his parents.
1851 Johnsons Square, March, Cambridgeshire
1861 Whittle End, March, Cambridgeshire
Thomas the son was registered as Frederick Thomas and appears
as Frederick on the 1861 Census.
1871 West End, March, Cambridgeshire.
1881 West End, March, Cambridgeshire.
We have a strange entry on this Census. There is an Elizabeth
WHITTLESEY entered as daughter aged 30 which ties up with the Elizabeth
in this family, she is the last entry on the Census. The strange bit is that she
is shown as married and born in Oxfordshire. I would think both are incorrect.
I would think they have just put down WHITTLESEY as she is their daughter
and that she was living in Oxfordshire as we know she was born in March,
Cambridgeshire.
Source: (Name)
Title: Karen MITCHELL 22/2/2006
Source: (Death)
Title: John TERRY's web site 15/2/2010
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHITTLESEY (and variants) 0600/WHITTLESEY (and variants) 0500
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1841 Bricklayer; 1851 Journeyman Bricklayer; 1861, 1871 Bricklayer; 1871 Builder (marriage of Joseph); 1873 Builder (marriage of William); 1881 Bricklayer; 1884 Bricklayer (adult baptism of Joseph)
Reference: 10141

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WHITTLESEA, Susanna (b. 1816, d. UNKNOWN)
Note: Addresses
1841 Not found
Source: (Name)
Title: Karen MITCHELL 22/2/2006
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHITTLESEY (and variants) 0600
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Reference: 10139

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WHEATON, Mary (b. ABT 1796, d. AUG 1796)
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0704
Reference: 05669

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WOOD, Harold (b. 25 JUL 1908, d. 15 APR 1990)
Note: Addresses
1911 Lion Hill, Stourport on Severn, Worcestershire
Living with them were their grandparents, William BOURNE (68) Waterman born Wordsley, Staffordshire,
Sarah BOURNE (67) born Dudley, Worcestershire and their son James BOURNE (27) single Waterman born Wordsley,
Staffordshire.
1962 13 Lion Hill, Stouport on Severn, Worcestershire (death of wife)
All Life 13 Lion Hill, Stourport in Severn, Worcestershire
Source: (Individual)
Title: Death certificate
Author: Michigan Dept of Health
Publication: Vital Statistics
Note: ABBR Death CertificateCALN July 19 1947
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WOOD 0200/WHEATON 0200/WOOD 0101
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Event: Type: Informant of Death
Place: H WOOD widower of the deceased, 13 Lion Hill, Stourport on Severn, Worcestershire
Occupation: Place: Storeman (Ordnance Depot); 1962 Storeman at Ministry of Supply Depot (death of wife Valerie)
Reference: 00023

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OSBORN, Walter Charles (b. 18 MAR 1899, d. UNKNOWN)
Note: Walter OSBORN later remarried and had several children
Source: (Birth)
Title: Denis STEELE 11/5/2001
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON, 0400/OSBORN/FIELD 0300
Occupation: Place: 1920 Surveyor (marriage)
Reference: 00042

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FIELD, John William (b. 12 DEC 1900, d. 23 NOV 1977)
Note: Addresses
1930 10 Pelham Road, Wood Green, London, N.22 (marriage)
1934/5 Laurel Avenue, Potters Bar, Middlesex
Information from Philip FIELD. "House in Laurel Avenue cost £750 but his father had to
have a loan to put the deposit down which was, I believe, £25"

"During the war we were "bombed out" of Laurel Avenue when a German bomber trying to
break the line between London and the North, the old LNER line, dropped a string of
bombs across Potters Bar, one of which fell on to a house three doors up from us. Our
house was badly damaged and after being rescued by the ARP, we were housed with a
family for a while until being re-housed for some long time in a ground floor flat in Potters
Bar. The house in Laurel Avenue was eventually repaired and we moved back there".
Source: (Birth)
Title: Approximation
Media: Book
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0400/OSBORN/FIELD 0300
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: Part ownership of a horse drawn bus in earlier days; London General Omnibus Conductor at Potters Bar Garage
Reference: 00044

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WHEATON, William (b. BET 1819 AND 1822, d. 25 MAR 1887)
Note: Addresses
1841 High Street North, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1851 1 Asplan Yard, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1861 Main Street, South Side, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1871 Squire Lane, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1881 Mill House, Somersham, Huntingdonshire

1884 The William WHEATON we believe was the son of this William, married in 1884
He married from Chaseside, Enfield, Middlesex, the home of Philip WHEATON
son of Robert and Margaret (née PARKER) which is why we think this is the right
marriage. However, he gives his father's occupation as "Platelayer".

A William WHEATON born about 1823 appears in the Court, Land & Probate, England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892, Huntingdonshire records for the July 1842. Does this information apply to this William WHEATON?
William WHEATON : Offence - Larceny : Sentence - 4 months

Overseers Rate Books
April 1847, August 1847 William WHEATON is shown occupying a House in Yard, the property of ASPINALL with Rateable Value £2.0s.0d and Rates 2/-d.
February 1848 Mary, his mother is living with him. The Rateable Value was still £2.0s.0d but the Rates was reduced to 1/6d
June 1848 October 1848 Rateable Value still £2. 0s. 0d with Rates increased again to 2/-d.

WILLIAM WHEATON c1819/1822 - 1887
Thomas WHEATON and his wife Mary (née) SEEKINGs had baptised three children before the birth of their son William. As there was a very enthusiastic non-conformist movement in Huntingdonshire at this time, it is probable that William and his younger sisters, Ann and Hannah, were all baptised in Somersham Baptist Church whose records seem to be unobtainable.

William was the third son in the family, and the fourth child born although his sister Hannah had died at the age of 2½ years, probably about the same time as William's birth date. It is likely that the family were poor, and especially so after 1829/1830 when Thomas, the father, was receiving aid from the parish. Times must have been even harder when Thomas died at the age of 40 in 1836, but the family seems to have been quite close-knit for in 1841 all were still living with Mary, their mother, and Ann, their grandmother, in High Street North, Somersham, Huntingdonshire. Mary was earning her living as a Washerwoman, and all three sons were Agricultural Labourers. However, before the date of the next census in 1851 the grandmother, Ann WHEATON née GUNTON, had died in Cambridge after moving there to be near her daughters, the eldest son, Robert, had moved to Clenchwarton, Wisbech, John was probably in Manchester where he married in 1854, and William had married.

William had married Ann ASPINALL on the 24th June 1844 in the church of St John the Baptist in Somersham. The couple's first home appears to have been a house in "the yard" owned by William ASPINALL, probably Ann's father. In 1847 William had been excused payment of church rates on the grounds of poverty. He was still occupying the same house in 1848, 1850 and probably in 1851 when on the census the address is shown as 1 Asplan Yard. Living with them in 1848 and in 1851 was William's mother Mary and the family were again excused paying rates in 1848 and 1850.

A daughter, Jane, was born to William and Ann in April 1845 just over nine months after the wedding, followed by Thomas in 1847, Eliza in 1849 and Emma in 1852. Again, none of the children were baptised in the parish church. In the November of 1851 the first of the tragedies faced by this family occurred when Thomas died of Scrofula at the age of 4 years, his grandmother, Mary WHEATON née SEEKINGS, being the informant of his death.

The family must have moved from Asplan Yard before 1854 because at that date they were living at a water mill known as "The Water Engine in Somersham Fen". The twenty foot wide river on which the mill was situated was crossed at this point by a plank. On the 26th September William had gone to work leaving his wife at home with Jane, Eliza and Emma. The children, together with another (as yet unidentified) older child, were sent to a field to glean. At sometime during the afternoon, the two younger ones, Eliza aged 5 and Emma aged 2, decided they were going home, tried to cross the plank, and fell into the river. William NORMAN, a shepherd to Mr Thomas EAKINS saw what had happened, and instead of trying to save the children, ran to the mill where Ann was working, and then ran across a field to fetch another man to get the children out of the river. William, who was some distance away, heard the screams of his wife and ran to save his daughters, but was too late. At the Inquest held on Wednesday the 27th September before the coroner, Charles MARGETTS, verdicts of Accidental Death were recorded. The Coroner rebuked William NORMAN for not trying to save the children himself, a rebuke which one newspaper considered to be "justly-merited", whilst another newspaper called him a "booby fellow" because, if he had tried to help immediately, one of the little girls might have been saved.

At the time of the death of her daughters Ann must have been at least six months pregnant for a son was born towards the end of the year. He was named Thomas, and he, and his elder sister Jane, were both baptised on the 10th December 1854 in Somersham parish church. Although it might look as if William and Ann had decided that, after the death of three children, baptising their other children was needed, their next visit to the church for such a ceremony was not until the 12th May 1861 when sons Henry (age four), William, (age two) and John (age an infant) were all baptised on the same day. They then continued with the delay as Philip born 1863 (and registered as John!) was not baptised until 1864, and Eliza born 1865 was baptised in 1868 at three years of age.

William, Ann and the children obviously left the mill after the accident and moved back into Somersham itself where they lived in the Main Street in 1861 and Squire Lane (now Parkhall Road) in 1871. However, ten years later, in 1881, William and Ann with their son John were living at Mill House. Was this the same home where they were living in 1854 when their daughters were drowned?

William did not follow the occupation of Butcher undertaken by so many in his family probably because so many of them had already set up shops in Somersham and the surrounding villages and towns. Instead, for most of his life he was an Agricultural or Farm Labourer. At the time of the death of his daughters in 1854, he was working as an Excavator of Rivers and Drains which could have been the reason for living so near the river. On the 1884 marriage certificate of his son William he is shown as a plate layer, but there is no other evidence to support this.

The first of his children to marry was Jane. As she married in 1867 in Wandsworth it could be that she had left home to go into service. In 1881 she was living with her husband and children in 8 Bullock Road, Fulham where her brother Henry and sister Eliza were staying on the night of the census. The next in the family to marry was Thomas. He married Susan TURNER in Somersham in 1878 and he and his wife and family remained in Somersham until at least 1889, but then they too left Huntingdonshire to live in the Pancras and Fulham areas of London. Henry was married next, and he and his family remained in Colne (although his descendants either did not have children or they also moved to London). Two marriages, both in 1884, were those of William and Philip, and both of them also left Huntingdonshire for Fulham originally. The other two children, John (who had no living children) and Eliza, both married after the death of their father, and both remained in the local area. However, as can be seen, this particular line of WHEATONs, who had lived in Somersham for over one hundred years, had, by the end of the nineteenth century all left the county of Huntingdonshire.

William died, age 68 years old, on the 25th March 1887 of Bronchitis and Exhaustion. His widow, Ann, was the informant. Ann continued to live in Somersham in Main Street, supported by her daughter, Eliza HOY, who was the informant of her death. Ann died on the 11th July 1900 Aged 80 year of Enteritis and Syncope?
Source: (Name)
Title: 1841 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1861 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1871 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1851 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1881 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Source: (Death)
Title: Certificate
Media: Civil Registry
Source: (Burial)
Title: National Burial Index from Findfmypast web site
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: ASPINALL O600/WHEATON 0600/WHEATON 0500
Event: Type: Present at death
Place: Ann WHEATON, widow, of Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1841 Ag Lab; 1844 Labourer; 1851 Excavator of Rivers and Drains; 1861 Ag Lab; 1867 Labourer (daughter Jane's marriage); 1871 and 1881 Ag Lab; 1884 See Notes; 1887 Farm Labourer;
Reference: 00008
Cause: Bronchitis, Exhaustion

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ASPINALL, Ann (b. BET 1820 AND 1823, d. 11 JUL 1900)
Note: Addresses
1851 1 Asplan Yard, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1861 Main Street, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1871 Squire Lane, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1881 Mill House, Somersham Huntingdonshire
1891 Main Street, Somersham, Huntingdonshire (RG12/1239 folio 10 page 11)
Source: (Name)
Title: 1861 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1871 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1891 Somersham
Source: (Name)
Title: 1851 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1881 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Source: (Death)
Title: Certificate
Media: Civil Registry
Source: (Burial)
Title: National Burial Index from Findfmypast web site
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: APSINALL 0600/WHEATON 0600/WHEATON 0500
Event: Type: Present at death
Place: Eliza HOY daughter of Valentine Place, Blackhlors(?) Road, London
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1871 Field work; 1881 Ag Lab wife; 1891 Supported by daughters
Reference: 00009
Cause: Enteritis, Syncope?

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WHEATON, Jane (Elizabeth) (b. 19 APR 1845, d. BET JAN AND MAR 1904)
Note: Addresses
1851 1 Asplan Yard, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1861 Main Street, South Side, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1867 Battersea, Surrey (marriage)
1871 Railway Place, Sunbury, Middlesex as JOLLEY
Husband Alfred was not with her, and she was a Lodger at this address with
children William, George and Richard
1871 Stanley Road, St James, Walham Green, Hammersmith and Fulham, Middlesex
(baptised of William Alfred, George Henry and Richard Thomas)
1874 Battersea, Surrey (baptism of James and Eliza)
1879 8 Bullock Road, Fulham, Middlesex (baptism of Ellen and George)
1881 8 Bullock Road, Fulham, London, Middlesex
Lodging with them was Henry WHEATON, the brother of Jane
Also in the same property was Jeremiah MAYCAN (36) Labourer born Castle
Mayo, Cork, his wife Caroline (35) born Farlington, Dorset and children
Katherine (11) and Anorah (10) born Sevenoaks, Kent and William (6),
Caroline (4) and Patrick (1) born Lands End, Fulham,
Middlesex
1881 8 Bullock Road, Fulham (baptism of Louisa)
1884 13 Victoria Road, Fulham (baptism of Arthur John)
1891 23 Breer Street, Fulham, London (RG12/0052folio20)
1901 23 Breer Street, Fulham, London
Living with them were married daughter Jane, no husband present,
and her daughter
Living in the same property was son Richard and his family together
with his sister-in-law Louisa E MOXEY.
Source: (Name)
Title: 1861 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1851 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1881 Fulham, Middlesex
Source: (Death)
Title: Sheila JELLEY 1a 274
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0500/JELLEY 0400
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1861 Farm Work; 1891 Laundress
Reference: 00049

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WHEATON, Thomas (b. BET APR AND JUN 1847, d. 19 NOV 1851)
Note: Addresses
1851 1 Asplan Yard, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Source: (Name)
Title: 1851 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Death)
Title: Certificate
Media: Civil Registry
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0500
Event: Type: Present at death
Place: Mary WHEATON (Grandmother?)
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Reference: 00051
Cause: Scrofula

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WHEATON, Eliezer or Eliza (b. BET JUL AND SEP 1849, d. 26 SEP 1854)
Note: Addresses
1851 1 Asplan Yard, Somersham, Huntingdonshire

NEWSPAPER REPORTS OF THE DROWNING
OF ELIZA AND EMMA

From the CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS 30th September 1854
SOMERSHAM. - Distressing Occurrence. - Two little girls, of the respective ages of two and five years, daughters of William WHEATON, living at a water-mill on the bank of the Twenty-feet river, which divides the fens of Warboys and Somersham, were drowned on Tuesday last. They had crossed the river with two elder children, who were sent to glean, and during the afternoon left their companions unobserved; and it is supposed that in attempting to recross, both fell into the stream. The mother was at work in the mill, within a few yards of the spot, unconscious of the circumstance, until apprised by a booby fellow, who, seeing a child struggling in the water, ran to tell the woman. Had he rendered immediate assistance the probability is that one life might have been saved; but the short interval which elapsed between seeing and doing completed the sad catastrophe. An inquest was held on Wednesday, Verdict, "Accidental Death"

From the CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE 30th September 1854
SOMERSHAM. - Two Children Drowned. - An inquest was held on Wednesday last, the 27th inst., before C MARGETTS, Es., coroner for the Hundred of Hurstingstone, at the Water Engine, Somersham Fen, on the bodies of Eliza WHEATON, aged 5 years, and Emma WHEATON, age 2 years, children of Wm WHEATON and Ann his wife, who live in the said mill. These children were suffered to cross by a dangerous plank the twenty-foot river, and in consequence fell in and both perished. The jury, after a patient investigation, returned a verdict of accidental death. The first witness examined was William NORMAN, shepherd to Mr Thomas EKINS, who saw one child in the water; and the man actually ran into the mill and told the child's mother instead of getting the child out; and then ran across another field to fetch a man to get it out. The father of the children being some distance off at work and hearing the screams of the mother, ran and got them both out, but too late to save either of them. The man NORMAN received a justly-merited rebuke and caution from the worthy coroner.
Source: (Name)
Title: 1851 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Birth)
Title: Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London
Media: Book
Source: (Death)
Title: Certificate
Media: Civil Registry
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0500
Event: Type: Inquest
Place: Charles MARGETTS, Coroner of Huntingdon
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Reference: 00052
Cause: Accidentally drowned with sister Emma, aged 3 years

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WHEATON, Thomas (b. BET OCT AND DEC 1854, d. BET JAN AND MAR 1931)
Note: Addresses
1861 Main Street, South Side, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1871 Squire Lane, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1881 Rectory Lane, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1891 38 Burrard Road, Hampstead, Middlesex (RG12/114 folio 59 page 41)
He and his family were living with Philip, Emma and Florence WHEATON, as well
as John LAWRENCE, and the UTTERIDGE family, all from Warboys
1895 49 Broughton Road, Fulham, London (baptism of John)
1896 49 Broughton Road, Fulham, London (baptism of Hilda)
1900 57 Stephendale Road, Fulham, Middlesex
1901 164 Stephendale Road, Fulham, Middlesex
1911 24 Querrin Street, Fulham, London
Visiting them was Arthur WHITE (22) House Painter born Fulham, London, his wife Ellen (22)
born Somersham, Huntingdonshire and their son Arthur Charles Frederick (3) born Fulham,
London. Ellen was a daughter of Thomas

Remembered by their grandson John Ernest WHEATON as "a sweet nearly blind old lady, and a miserable surly old man".
Source: (Name)
Title: 1861 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1871 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1881 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Source: (Name)
Title: 1891 Hampstead, Middlesex
Source: (Birth)
Title: Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London
Media: Book
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0500/WHEATON 0401
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1871 Field Work; 1881 Ag Labourer; 1884 Labourer; 1891 General Labourer; 1895, 1896 Labourer; 1900 General Labourer; 1901 Labourer Electric light; 1911 General Labourer; 1914 General Labourer
Reference: 00054

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WHEATON, William (b. 16 MAR 1859, d. 16 AUG 1926)
Note: Addresses
1861 Main Street, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1871 Squire Lane, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1881 32 Broxholme Road, Fulham, Middlesex. William and Eliza were visiting John
BRADSHAW, married, Age 51, Laundryman born Chawson, Bedfordshire and his family.
His wife Isabella Age 52, Laundrywoman, was born in Somersham, Huntingdonshire,
as was son William Age 20, Laundryman, and possible daughter, Emma DREDGE Age
22, Laundressmaid. Also in the house were two other daughters, Sarah (13) and Eliza (10)
BRADSHAW, both born in Fulham, Middlesex, Thomas DREDGE (27) Labourer born
Wells, Somerset, son-in-law, and his daughter Isabella Age 7 months, born Fulham,
Middlesex. James BARRON Age 22, a Labourer, was a boarder
1884 Chaseside, Enfield, Middlesex
Address given at time of marriage was Chaseside, Enfield, Middlesex.
This is the address of Philip WHEATON, son of Robert and Margaret (née PARKER)
Enfield was also the address in the Parish Register for William's brother Philip
at the time of his marriage.
1886 Marion Road, Mill Hill, Hendon, Middlesex
1888 12 Bramber Road, Fulham, Middlesex
1891 50 Rosebury Road, Fulham, Middlesex (RG12/52 folio 147 p 46)
Living at same address were Charles A CUTLER (24) General Labourer born Studham,
Hertfordshire and his wife Esther H CUTLER (24) born Holborn, London
1897 52 Rosebury Road, Fulham, Middlesex
1901 52 Rosebury Road, Fulham, Middlesex (On 1901 Index as ATHERTON)
Living with them was Mary Ann SHEPHERD, mother of Jane and a boarder, Samuel T
ROPH? (30) born Birmingham, Warwickshire
1911 54 Hugon Road, Fulham, London
Lodging with them was John BICHENS (20) Iron Moulder born Hackney, Middlesex
1918 54 Hugon Road, Finsbury and Fulham, London
1926 54 Hugon Road, Fulham, Middlesex
Source: (Name)
Title: 1861 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1871 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1881 Fulham, Middlesex
Source: (Birth)
Title: Certificate
Media: Civil Registry
Source: (Death)
Title: Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London
Media: Book
Source: (Death)
Title: Will information from Michael BROWNING
Source: (Death)
Title: Microfiche of Probate records at Chichester Record Office
Source: (Death)
Title: John TERRY's web site 20/3/2010
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0500/WHEATON 0417
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1871 Fieldwork; 1881 Labourer; 1884 Engineer; 1886, 1888, 1891 Stationary Engine Driver; 1897 Stoker at Electric Light Works; 1901 Engine Driver Saw Mill; 1911 Stationery Engine Driver
Will: Place: £355. Also in 1944 Charles William WHEATON

Reference: 00058
Probate: Date: 15 OCT 1926
Place: London to Charles GOWER driver

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WHEATON, John (b. BET APR AND JUN 1861, d. 31 MAR 1915)
Note: Addresses
1861 Main Street, South Side, Somersham, Huntingdonshire age 3 weeks
1871 Squire Lane, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1881 Mill House, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1891 The Barracks, Depot Lincolnshire Regiment (RG12/2595 Folio 77 page 8)
262 people in total. Head was Henry HUNT widr 51 Captain and
Quarter Master of Infantry born Satram Torrey, Norfolk.
1892-1894 Colne, Huntingdonshire
1901 East End, Colne, Huntingdonshire
1910 Colne, Huntingdonshire
1911 Colne, Huntingdonshire
Source: (Name)
Title: 1861 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1871 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1881 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Source: (Birth)
Title: Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London
Media: Book
Source: (Death)
Title: Adrian Gibbs 14/9/2013
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0500/WHEATON 0419
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1871 Fieldwork; 1881 Ag Lab; 1891 Private in Infantry; 1892-1894 Farm Labourer; 1901 Agricultural Labourer; 1910 Farm Labourer; 1911 Formerly a Farm Labourer; 1940 Farm Labourer
Reference: 00060

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WHEATON, Eliza or Elizabeth (b. MAY 1865, d. BET JAN AND MAR 1907)
Note: Addresses
1871 Squire Lane, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1881 32 Broxholme Road, Fulham, Middlesex. Eliza and her brother William were visiting
John BRADSHAW, his wife Isabella (born in Somersham), and their children
1891 8 Bullock Road, Fulham, Middlesex. Lodging with sister Jane JELLEY and family
1900 1 Valentine Place, Blackfriars Road, Southwark, London
1901 35 Orient Street, Southwark, London as Elizabeth
1906 37 Metchley Street, St Mary, Newington, Southwark, London
(at baptism of William Charles, Arthur Wheaton and Frank HOY)
Source: (Name)
Title: 1871 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1881 Fulham, Middlesex
Source: (Death)
Title: FreeBMD web site
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0500/HOY 0400
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1871 Field work; 1881 Domestic Servant; 1901 Cook
Reference: 00062

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