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151 All references dependant upon verifying that the John BIRCHAM,father of Alice Maud Mary is correct BIRCHAM, Hall (I440)
 
152 All references to 1841, 1851 & 1861 census are dependant upon verifying that the John BIRCHAM on those was the correct one.
 
BIRCHAM, James (I429)
 
153 Also in household was Elizabeth's mother STAFFORD, Elizabeth (I1628)
 
154 Also in household was Elizabeth's mother STAFFORD, Elizabeth (I1628)
 
155 Also in household was grandson Alfred MANTON, 8, b Warmington MANTON, John (I1074)
 
156 Also in household was Job BRUDENELL, brother of Mary Ann BRUDENELL, Mary Ann (I172)
 
157 ap HEWITT, Mary Ellen (I932)
 
158 Arrival in USA TAKEN, Barney (I173)
 
159 As forename on 1841, 1851 is Hannah and there is a death of an Ann STAFFORD, q1 1839, did this Ann die and Ralph re-marry? (no trace of another marriage on freeBMD (Aug 08). PR needs checking for burial.

1871: LIving at 37 South Durham Street were:
Household 1:
Elizabeth .... (nee STAFFORD)
Hannah TAKEN & her children

Household 2:
Ralph & Hannah STAFFORD & 1 servant
 
BURNETT, Ann (I321)
 
160 At baptism, the Rev Affleck (Dalham Hall) officiated

Died before his son Lewis went to Hartlepool according to John KEMP. Lewis was in Hartlepool in 1892. Deaths checked between 1881 (when Charles was on census) and 1894 - no deaths in Newmarket area but several in other areas of Suffolk.

As George was not born until Q1 1863, was there an earlier child? Possibly an Alfred KEMP, registered at Newmarket (Cambs). If so, he was registered under his father's name before Charles and Eliza were married - unusual! Newmarket parish is 5 miles from Dalham parish.

1861: Charles & wife Eliza living with cousin James (b c1830, Ousden) & Susan TURNER & other members of their family. 
KEMP, Charles (I365)
 
161 £55, Probate to Ellen TAKEN, widow TAKEN, Peter (I178)
 
162 £63, Will & Admon. Probate to Joseph Lenaghan & Edward McAvoy,farmers TAKEN, Stephen (I158)
 
163 b Q1 1894.

Burial notice in Halifax Courier:
At Carr Green Nursing home, formerly of Melrose Court, wife of the late Walter COOK, mother of Alice [USA?], Walter and Lewis, dear mother-in law, loving grandma, great grandma and great great grandma'

Burial: Section A, grave 435, 9 rows across and 3 up from bottom (miss first 4). Buried with his wife and daughter Eliza Ann COOK and Walter COOK

Was Benny COOK Walter B COOK, father of Beryl & Marylin? 
KEMP, Eliza Ann (I326)
 
164 b Q2 MITCHELL, Emma (I798)
 
165 b Q2 MITCHELL, William (I799)
 
166 b Q2 STAFFORD, William (I507)
 
167 b Q2 STAFFORD, Elizabeth Ann (I1389)
 
168 b Q2 STAFFORD, Margaret (I1390)
 
169 b Q2 1906 KEMP, Georgina (I357)
 
170 b Q2 1923, d Q2 1927

Who was Madge's father?

As Madge died in Southampton, this was presumably just before Lucy's departure for New Zealand. Whatever Madge died of, presumably Dorothy caught is as well, was very ill and therefore this was the reason she was unable to travel. Find out cause of death.

SEE newspaper report of death. 
TAKEN, Madge E (I253)
 
171 b Q2, d Q2 SHEARD, Alice M M (I1698)
 
172 b Q2, 1897

Was this the sister who 'nursed the troops in WW1 and returned to New Zealand afterwards'? - Lucy and children were sent to stay with her in New Zealand 
KEMP, Mary Alice (I334)
 
173 b Q3 MITCHELL, Mary (I796)
 
174 b Q3 STAFFORD, Sarah (I1636)
 
175 b Q3 1869

John KEMP said that Lucy & Ted had 9 children - 7 boys & 2 girls 
KEMP, Lucy (I369)
 
176 b Q3 1892


John KEMP tells the story: 'Lucy was found in a terrible way (about 1926?), was brought back to the family home and it was arranged for her and her children (presumably not her step-children) to go to New Zealand to live with one of her sisters (Mary?). Her youngest child, Madge, died in Southampton in 1927. This was presumably just as they were due to embark. Dorothy was very ill and had to be left behind - did she catch whatever killed Madge? 
KEMP, Lucy (I242)
 
177 b Q3 1904 KEMP, Sarah Emma (I351)
 
178 b Q3, 1877

Alfred also registered in St Cath's index, same date and page ref - was Alfred a twin of Edmund?
 
TAKEN, Edmund (I314)
 
179 b Q3, 1901
Was this 'Auntie Lily we met at Park Road (lived Liversedge?) who made elaborately decorated cakes?

Lily had no children (from John KEMP)
 
KEMP, Lily Bircham (I348)
 
180 b Q4
Went to New Zealand with Lucy
 
ARCHIBALD, Daisy Edna (I250)
 
181 b Q4 MITCHELL, Mary Hannah (I74)
 
182 b Q4 STAFFORD, Maria (I1388)
 
183 b Q4 BRUDENELL, Herbert (I1024)
 
184 b Q4 1866

Taken that this IS brother of Lewis, but needs verifying
 
KEMP, Charles (I368)
 
185 b Q4 1908
 
KEMP, Lewis James (I359)
 
186 Bapt is only time that the second name 'William' is used

Spelt BURCHAM on 1841, 1851 & 1861 census but BIRCHAM on St Cath's

Is William BIRCHAM (Custodian, 1841 census) the brother of this John?) - William's son John is a Blacksmith, as is Hall, the brother of this John.

All references to 1841, 1851 & 1861 census are dependant upon verifying that the John BIRCHAM on those was the correct one.

The address given by Lewis on his marriage was occupied by Ellen & George MUNDAY. Was Lewis a lodger there and married Ellen's cousin - Alice Maud? Is Ellen MUNDAY daughter of Jane RUSHBROOK (both born in Stockton, Durham. Jane's husband, George RUSHBROOK was born in Thurgarten, Norfolk. Was he brother of Mary A BIRCHAM?

John BIRCHAM and family were not shown on Bodham 1871 census 
BIRCHAM, John William (I426)
 
187 Baptised as TAKEN ??? ARMSTRONG, Elizabeth Ann (I255)
 
188 Baptised at same time as John (the younger) but no indication that they were twins

Phobe was spelt this way in PR 
BRUDENELL, Phoebe (I203)
 
189 Baptised at same time as PHOEBE but no indication that they were twins

No trace of death/burial of elder John before this John was baptised

Not able to find on 1851 census

1861/1871 POSSIBLE family but not proven

married Elizabeth, b Elton HUN. c1832, children Leonard, Hubert/Herbert, Harry, Walter. Cattle dealer / Pig dealer

2 POSSIBLE marriages on FreeBMD:
1857 to Elizabeth PEPPER or ... at Grantham
1858 to Elizabeth DAVEY, Oundle 
BRUDENELL, John (I204)
 
190 baptised same day as Sarah Ann, daughter of Elizabeth WILMERSON (illigitimate)

Both children registered Q2 1847 
WILMERSON, Sarah Ann (I711)
 
191 baptised same day as Sarah Ann, daughter of Thomas & Mary WILMERSON. The 2 children both registered Q2 1847

1851 & 1861: Living with grandparents - not able to identify parent(s)

1871: Living with uncle Samuel + his mother Hannah 
WILMERSON, Sarah Ann (I713)
 
192 Baptised TAKEN ?? ARMSTRONG, Rae (I257)
 
193 baptism - unsure if year should be 1762 or 1763 SPENCER, Sarah (I30)
 
194 Baptism of children John, Ann, Joseph & Bathsheba show mother as Ann. However, Ann was often used as a diminutive of Nancy. (Think bapts are correct as father is shown as 'waterman'). Nancy then shown on census returns

1851 census - Nancy had a grandson living with her - James SHAW (aged 18, hand loom weaver). Who was his mother? 
STOTT, Nancy (I52)
 
195 Baptism of Elizabeth, Mary, James & Hannah state mother is Nancy.

Baptism of John, Ann, Joseph & Bathsheba show mother as Ann.

However, Ann was often used as a diminutive of Nancy. (Think bapts are correct as father is shown as 'waterman').

Baptisms of Samuel & Hartley not found

Nancy shown on census returns 1841, 1851 
WHITELEY, James (I48)
 
196 Baptism year needs verifying on PR HEWITT, Edward (I620)
 
197 Baptisms, Sunderland District - Record Number: 480102.0
Location: Bishopwearmouth
Church: St. Michael & All Angels
Denomination: Anglican
4 Jan 1807 Ralph Stafford, born 9-Sep 1805, second son of John Stafford (keelman, native of Wearmouth) by his wife Isabella late Hutchinson (native of Newcastle)
Source: Durham Records Online - http://www.durhamrecordsonline.com/
 
STAFFORD, Ralph (I1641)
 
198 Baptisms, Sunderland District - Record Number: 480102.0
Location: Bishopwearmouth
Church: St. Michael & All Angels
Denomination: Anglican
4 Jan 1807 Ralph Stafford, born 9-Sep 1805, second son of John Stafford (keelman, native of Wearmouth) by his wife Isabella late Hutchinson (native of Newcastle)
Source: Durham Records Online - http://www.durhamrecordsonline.com/
 
Family F428
 
199 Before marriage - Fordington Barracks HOMER, Thomas (I584)
 
200 Benjamin forbade his son to marry when his banns were published 2 Nov 1834, on the grounds that his son Thomas was not of full age

Thomas was baptised Thomas RICE. Was this Frances's maiden name and was Thomas born before the marriage of Benjamin & Frances?

Frances Rice NOT listed on Elton PR index. Check on surrounding parishes. 
FOWLER, Benjamin (I90)
 

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