Descendants of Maurice BINGHAM

 

Updated 14th January 2016

Generation No. 1

 

1.  Maurice1 BINGHAM was born Abt. 1818 in St Luke, Middlesex (1871) or Cork City, Ireland (1841, 1851, 1861, 1881, 1891)1, and died Bet. July - September 1895 in Shoreditch District, Middlesex Age 772.  He married Bridget UNKNOWN wife of Maurice BINGHAM3 in Not found.  She was born Abt. 1821 in St Lukes, London, Middlesex or Whitechapel, Middlesex (1851)3, and died Bet. April - June 1865 in St Luke District, Middlesex4,5.

 

Notes for Maurice BINGHAM:

Addresses

1841        Thompson Rents, St Botolph without Bishopsgate, Middlesex as Morris born Ireland

                First person in this property was Celia GREY (45) Sack sewer born Ireland.

                There then followed a number of other families, all divided by a single /

                * Morris BINGHAM (20) (no occupation entered) born Ireland. Living with him

                   was Mary BINGHAM (15) Not born in the County. 

                * Thomas HUNT (20) General Dealer and Caroline HUNT (20) both born in county

                * Michael COLLINS (30) Tailor J, Julan (35), Charles (10), Patrick (5) all born

                  Ireland

                * Daniel WELSH (50) Tailor J born Ireland

                and there could be more as the / is smudged and could be //

                (interesting the family next door has two Bridgets... mother and daughter,

                the daughter however is only 7)                  

1851        30 Reform Place, St Luke, Middlesex

1861        4 Smith Court, St Giles without Cripplegate, Middlesex.

1871        3 Sawyer Place, St Luke, Finsbury, Middlesex as widower

                Living in the same property were the NAYLOR family

1881        B26 Golden Lane Baths, St Luke, Middlesex

                Living with daughter, Sarah PRESS and her family.

1891        Inmate Workhouse, Shoreditch, London  RG12/247 folio 145 page 33

 

More About Maurice BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0500

Occupation: 1851, 1861, 1871(son's marriage & census), 1881, 1891 Sawyer6

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Bridget UNKNOWN wife of Maurice BINGHAM:

Addresses

1851        30 Reform Place, St Lukes, Middlesex

1861        4 Smith Court, St Giles without Cripplegate, Middlesex.

 

More About Bridget UNKNOWN wife of Maurice BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0500

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Maurice BINGHAM and Bridget BINGHAM are:

2.              i.    Maurice2 BINGHAM, b. Abt. 1841, Bishopgate, Middlesex or Cripplegate, Middlesex (1861, 1871) or City of London (1891, 1911) (registration not found); d. Bet. April - June 1927, Hackney District, London age 87.

3.              ii.    Mary Ann BINGHAM, b. Bet. January - March 1844, St Lukes, London, Middlesex or Cripplegate, London (1861); d. Unknown.

4.             iii.    James John BINGHAM, b. Bet. January - March 1848, St Lukes, London, Middlesex; d. Unknown.

5.            iv.    Bridget BINGHAM, b. Abt. 1851, St Luke, Middlesex or Chelsea, Middlesex (1891) (registration not found, see notes); d. Bet. April - June 1901, Shoreditch District, London age 44.

                v.    Caroline BINGHAM7, b. Abt. 1855, Cripplegate, London, Middlesex (no registration found)7; d. Unknown.

 

Notes for Caroline BINGHAM:

Addresses

1861        4 Smith Court, St Giles without Cripplegate, Middlesex.

1871        Not found

 

Were Caroline, Celia and Sarah the same person?

 

More About Caroline BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0500

Occupation: 1861 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

               vi.    Celia BINGHAM8, b. Bet. January - March 1855, East London District, London (registered) or St Luke, Middlesex8,9; d. Unknown.

 

Notes for Celia BINGHAM:

Addresses

1861        Not on census with rest of family

1871        3 Sawyer Place, St Luke, Finsbury, Middlesex

 

In 1881 there is a Celia BINGHAM living as a patient in The London Hospital, Whitechapel Church, Whitechapel, London.  She is shown as being born in the Isle of Man; however, the next patient is shown as being born in St George in the East.  Perhaps this is this Celia and the person who compiled the information on the census copied out information incorrectly.

 

1891        Not found

 

No Celia marriages or deaths.  Were Caroline, Celia and Sarah the same person?

 

More About Celia BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0500

Occupation: 1861 Scholar if this is Caroline

Residences: See Notes

 

6.            vii.    Sarah BINGHAM, b. Abt. 1857, Cripplegate, Middlesex (no registration found); d. Bet. July - September 1912, Islington District, London age 56.

              viii.    Harriet BINGHAM10, b. Abt. 1860, St Lukes, London, Middlesex (registration not found)10; d. Bet. April - June 1861, East London District, London11.

 

Notes for Harriet BINGHAM:

Addresses

1861        4 Smith Court, St Giles without Cripplegate, Middlesex.

 

More About Harriet BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0500

Residences: See Notes

 

               ix.    James BINGHAM12, b. Bet. January - March 1864, St George in the East, London (registered) or St Luke, Middlesex (1871)12; d. Unknown.

 

Notes for James BINGHAM:

Addresses

1871        3 Sawyer Place, St Luke, Finsbury, Middlesex

1881        Not found

 

More About James BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0500

Residences: See Notes

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  Maurice2 BINGHAM (Maurice1) was born Abt. 1841 in Bishopgate, Middlesex or Cripplegate, Middlesex (1861, 1871) or City of London (1891, 1911) (registration not found), and died Bet. April - June 1927 in Hackney District, London age 8713.  He married Harriot/Harriet Agnes GOLDSMITH 17 July 1871 in St James the Great, Bethnal Green, Middlesex.  She was born 27 January 1844 in 7 Chequer Alley, Finsbury, Middlesex, and died Bet. January - March 1929 in Edmonton District, Middlesex age 84 (possible death)13.

 

Notes for Maurice BINGHAM:

Addresses

1851        30 Reform Place, St Lukes, Middlesex

1861        4 Smith Court, St Giles without, Crippligate, Middlesex

1867        6 Graham Buildings, Whitecross Street, Middlesex (birth of Morris/Maurice)

1871        Baths Workhouse, 11 Chambers, 93 Golden Lane,St Lukes, Finsbury, Middlesex

1875        6 City Baths, Holborn, Middlesex (birth of Agnes)

1879        88 Golden Lane, Finsbury, Middlesex (birth of Richard)

1879        88 Golden Lane, St Luke, Middlesex (baptism of Richard and Charles)

1881        B6 & 7, Golden Lane Baths, St Luke, Middlesex

1881        City Baths, Clerkenwell, Middlesex (baptism of Ada)

1883        19Q Block, Peabody Buildings, Clerkenwell, Middlesex (baptism of James)

1885        19Q Block Peabody Building, Clerkenwell, Islington, Middlesex (baptism of Albert Edward)

1887        19Q Block Peabody Building, Clerkenwell, Islington, Middlesex (baptism of Ada Annie)

1891        192 Guest Street, St Luke, Middlesex

1901        36 Middleton Street, Hackney, London

                Living with the BINGHAM family was a grandson, Charles KINNER (4) born Dalston,

                London

1911       102 Mortimer Road, Kingsland, Hackney, Middlesex (living in 1 room)

               On this census Maurice is shown as being born in 1839

 

Occupations

1861, 1867 Sawyer; 1871 Pit Sawyer; 1875 Labourer; 1879 Brass Fitter (birth & baptism of Richard and Charles); 1881 Tap Tester Brass Foundry; 1881 Tap Tester (baptisms of Amy); 1883 Brass Founder (baptism of James); 1885 Labourer (baptism of Albert), 1887 Labourer (Baptism of Ada Annie); 1891 General Labourer; 1899 Tap Tester (marriage of William); 1901 Labourer in Brass Shop; 1901 Tap Tester; 1901 Tap Tester (marriage of Mary Ann); 1911 Tap Tester, Brass Manufacture

 

Marriage certificate held

His info-Age-full, Condition-Bachelor, Rank-Sawyer, Residence-Bethnal Green Father-Maurice Bingham, Rank-Sawyer

Her info-Age-full, Condition-Spinster, Rank-None, Residence-Bethnal Green Father-William Goldsmith, Rank-Dece ased

Witnesses-Hannah Goldsmith and Emma Edwards,

Vicar J C Saltersall

 

Mym CLEWS says that Maurice and Harriet BINGHAM ended their lives living with Miriam KINNER at 43 Peabody Cottages, Tottenham, London

 

More About Maurice BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0500/GOLDSMITH 0500/BINGHAM 0400

Occupation: See Notes

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Harriot/Harriet Agnes GOLDSMITH:

Addresses

1851        7 Georges Row, St Luke, Old Street, Finsbury, Middlesex

1861        Not found. not for mother or sister Ann

1867        6 Graham Buildings, Whitecross Street, Middlesex (birth of Morris/Maurice)

1871        Baths Workhouse, 11 Chambers, 93 Golden Lane, St Lukes, Finsbury, Middlesex

1875        6 City Baths, Holborn, Middlesex (birth of Agnes)

1879        88 Golden Lane, Finsbury, Middlesex (birth of Richard)

1879        88 Golden Lane, St Luke, Middlesex (baptism of Richard and Charles)

1881        B6 & 7, Golden Lane Baths, St Luke, Middlesex. Birth place shown as St Lukes

1881        City Baths, Clerkenwell, Middlesex (baptism of Ada)

1883        19Q Block, Peabody Buildings, Clerkenwell, Middlesex (baptism of James)

1885        19Q Block Peabody Building, Clerkenwell, Islington, Middlesex (baptism of Albert Edward)

1887        19Q Block Peabody Building, Clerkenwell, Islington, Middlesex (baptism of Ada Annie)

1891        192 Guest Street, St Luke, Middlesex

1901        36 Middleton Street, Hackney, London

                Living with the BINGHAM family was a grandson, Charles KINNER (4) born Dalston,

                London

1911       102 Mortimer Road, Kingsland, Hackney, Middlesex (living in 1 room)

 

On the 1911 census Harriet is shown as having had 12 children 8 survive, 4 have died.  We now have 11 children, with deaths for 3 of them.

 

Birth Certificate held-

Registration District-Saint Luke, Middlesex                       

Sub-district-Finsbury in the County of Middlesex                       

Registered 19 Feb 1844 with the mark of her mother                        

Registrar George Sunday??                       

Fathers occupation at birth-labourer

 

Mym CLEWS says that Maurice and Harriet BINGHAM ended their lives living with Miriam KINNER at 43 Peabody Cottages, Tottenham, London

 

More About Harriot/Harriet Agnes GOLDSMITH:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0500/GOLDSMITH 0500/BINGHAM 0400

Occupation: 1881 Housekeeper

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Maurice BINGHAM and Harriot/Harriet GOLDSMITH are:

7.              i.    Harriet Agnes3 BINGHAM, b. 6 February 1866, St Luke, Old Street, Finsbury, Middlesex; d. Bet. April - June 1941, North Middlesex Hospital, Edmonton, Middlesex age 75.

                 ii.    Morris or Maurice BINGHAM, b. 13 October 1867, 6 Graham Buildings, Whitecross Street, Middlesex; d. Unknown.

 

Notes for Morris or Maurice BINGHAM:

Addresses

1867        6 Graham Buildings, Whitecross Street, Middlesex

1871        Baths Workhouse, 11 Chambers, 93 Golden Lane, St Lukes, Finsbury, Middlesex

1881        B6 & 7, Golden Lane Baths, St Luke, Middlesex

1891        Not found, nor death or marriage as Morris or Maurice

 

More About Morris or Maurice BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0400

Occupation: 1881 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

8.             iii.    William BINGHAM, b. Abt. 1868, St Luke, Old Street, Finsbury, Middlesex (registration not found, see notes); d. Bet. April - June 1944, Bethnal Green District, London age 74 (possible death).

9.            iv.    Mary Ann BINGHAM, b. Bet. January - March 1872, St Luke, Old Street, Finsbury, Middlesex; d. Unknown.

10.           v.    Agnes BINGHAM, b. 23 October 1875, 6 City Baths, Holborn, Middlesex; d. 16 July 1950, St Helier Hospital, Carshalton, Surrey Age 74 years.

               vi.    Charles BINGHAM, b. 19 October 1877, Holborn, Middlesex; d. Unknown.

 

Notes for Charles BINGHAM:

Addresses

1879        88 Golden Lane, St Luke, Middlesex (baptism of Richard and Charles)

1881        B6 & 7, Golden Lane Baths, St Luke, Middlesex

1891        192 Guest Street, St Luke, Middlesex

1901        Not found

1911        Mill Hill Barracks, Battery Hill, Mill Hill, Hendon, Middlesex

 

More About Charles BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BINGHAM 0400

Baptism: 31 August 1879, St Luke, Old Street, Finsbury, Middlesex

Occupation: 1881, 1891 Scholar; 1911 Lance Corporal 5th Battn. Middlesex Regiment

Residences: See Notes

 

11.          vii.    Richard BINGHAM, b. Bet. July - September 1879, 88 Golden Lane, Finsbury, Middlesex (see notes); d. 29 March 1966, Havering District, Essex age 86 (possible death).

              viii.    Amy BINGHAM14, b. 19 June 1881, Holborn District, Middlesex14,15,16; d. Bet. April - June 1890, Holborn District, Middlesex age 817.

 

Notes for Amy BINGHAM:

Addresses

1881        City Baths, Clerkenwell, Middlesex (baptism of Ada)

 

More About Amy BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BINGHAM 0400

Baptism: 10 July 1881, St Paul, Clerkenwell, Islington, Middlesex17

 

               ix.    James BINGHAM17, b. 4 December 1883, Holborn District, Middlesex17,18,19; d. Bet. April - June 1884, Holborn District, Middlesex age 020.

 

Notes for James BINGHAM:

Addresses

1883        19Q Block, Peabody Buildings, Clerkenwell, Middlesex (baptism of James)

 

More About James BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BINGHAM 0400

Baptism: 23 December 1883, St Paul, Clerkenwell, Islington, Middlesex21

Residences: See Notes

 

                x.    Albert Edward BINGHAM, b. 6 June 1885, Holborn, Middlesex22,23; d. Unknown.

 

Notes for Albert Edward BINGHAM:

Addresses

1885        102 Block Peabody Building, Clerkenwell, Islington, Middlesex (baptism of Albert Edward)

1891        192 Guest Street, St Luke, Middlesex

1901        36 Middleton Street, Hackney, London

1911        53 Atlas Street, Sheffield, Yorkshire

                Boarding with Thomas MIDDLETON (75) Fish Hawker born Busby, Lanarkshire,

                his wife Agnes (63) and children Emily (33) Assisting in Home and Walter (25)

                Crane Driver Engineering Works, all three born Sheffield, Yorkshire. Other borders

                were David MELVILLE (49) married Pattern Filer Iron Founder born Alloa NB (resident)

                and Thomas MELVILLE (13) School born Manchester, Lancashire

 

More About Albert Edward BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0400

Baptism: 5 July 1885, St Paul, Clerkenwell, Islington, Middlesex24

Occupation: 1891 Scholar; 1901 Stick Mounter; 1911 Erector Iron Contractor

Residences: See Notes

 

               xi.    Ada Annie BINGHAM24, b. 9 November 1887, Holborn District, Middlesex24; d. Bet. April - June 1890, Holborn District, Middlesex age 225.

 

Notes for Ada Annie BINGHAM:

Addresses

1887        102 Block Peabody Building, Clerkenwell, Islington, Middlesex

 

More About Ada Annie BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BINGHAM 0400

Baptism: 18 December 1887, St Paul, Clerkenwell, Islington, Middlesex26

Residences: See Notes

 

 

3.  Mary Ann2 BINGHAM (Maurice1)27 was born Bet. January - March 1844 in St Lukes, London, Middlesex or Cripplegate, London (1861)28,29, and died Unknown.  She married Daniel KINNER30 Bet. April - June 1859 in East London, London30,31.  He was born Abt. 1840 in Cripplegate, London32, and died Bet. October - December 1890 in Holborn, Middlesex age 55 (age discrepancy) (Indexed as KINRER on FreeBMD)32,33.

 

Notes for Mary Ann BINGHAM:

Addresses

1851        30 Reform Place, St Lukes, Middlesex

1861        20 Three Tuns Square, St Giles withouth Cripplegate, City of London, Middlesex as RONNER

1871        32 Baltic Street, St Luke, Finsbury, London as KENNER

 

More About Mary Ann BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0500/KINNER 0500/KINNER 0400

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Daniel KINNER:

Addresses

1841        Golden Lane, St Giles without Cripplegate, Middlesex age 6 months

1851        Not found

1861        20 Three Tuns Square St Giles without Crippplegate, City of London, Middlesex as RONNER

1871        32 Baltic Street, St Luke, Finsbury, London, Middlesex Indexed as KENNER

1881        Not found

 

More About Daniel KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0500/KINNER 0400

Occupation: Commissionaire & Typefounder; 1861 Typefounder out ??? service Greenwich? Hospital; 1871 Typefounder

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Mary BINGHAM and Daniel KINNER are:

12.            i.    Daniel3 KINNER, b. 14 June 1860, Cripplegate London; d. 31 March 1915, WWI Age 51.

                 ii.    Maurice KINNER34, b. Bet. January - March 1862, East London District, London34; d. Bet. April - June 1862, East London District, London34,35.

 

More About Maurice KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0400

 

                iii.    Thomas KINNER36, b. Bet. July - September 1863, Cripplegate, London36,37; d. Bet. October - December 1886, Edmonton District, Middlesex Age 2337.

 

Notes for Thomas KINNER:

Addresses

1871        32 Baltic Street, St Luke, Finsbury, London as KENNER

 

More About Thomas KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0400

Baptism: 6 January 1870, St Mary, Hoxton, Hackney, Middlesex38

Occupation: 1871 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

               iv.    James KINNER39, b. Bet. April - June 1866, Hoxton (Shoreditch District), Middlesex or Cripplegate, London(1871)39; d. Unknown.

 

Notes for James KINNER:

Addresses

1871        32 Baltic Street, St Luke, Finsbury, London as KENNER

1881        Not found

 

There was a death of a James KINNER March quarter 1872 Age 5, but in th Croydon District, Surrey

 

More About James KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0400

Residences: See Notes

 

                v.    William KINNER39, b. Abt. 1869, Cripplegate London (registration not found)39; d. Unknown.

 

Notes for William KINNER:

Addresses

1871        32 Baltic Street, St Luke, Finsbury, London as KENNER

1881        The Training Ship, Grays, Thurrock, Essex

1891        Not found

 

More About William KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0400

Baptism: 6 November 1869, St Mary, Hoxton, Hackney, Middlesex40

Occupation: 1881 Possibly Pauper, Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

               vi.    Alfred Robert KINNER41, b. Bet. April - June 1870, Holborn, Middlesex41,42; d. Unknown.

 

Notes for Alfred Robert KINNER:

Addresses

1871        32 Baltic Street, St Luke, Finsbury, London as KENNER

 

However, there is a death for an Alfred Robert KINNER in the June quarter of 1870 Holborn District, Middlesex

 

More About Alfred Robert KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0400

Residences: See Notes

 

 

4.  James John2 BINGHAM (Maurice1)43,44 was born Bet. January - March 1848 in St Lukes, London, Middlesex45,46, and died Unknown.  He married Elizabeth BUTTERESS46 Bet. October - December 1868 in Stepney District, London46.  She was born Abt. 1848 in St Luke, London, Middlesex47, and died Unknown.

 

Notes for James John BINGHAM:

Addresses

1851        30 Reform Place, St Lukes, Middlesex

1861        4 Smith Court, St Giles without Cripplegate, Middlesex.

1871        11 Longs Buildings, Whitecross Street, St Luke, Middlesex

                However, James is two yeas older than he should be if he is our James BINGHAM.

                If he showed the correct age Eliza would be older than him, so it is quite likely that he

                made himself older than he was. 

1881        Not found

 

More About James John BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0500/BINGHAM 0401

Occupation: 1861 Scholar; 1871 Porter

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Elizabeth BUTTERESS:

Addresses

1871        11 Longs Buildings, Whitecross Street, St Luke, Middlesex as Eliza

                However, James is two yeas older than he should be if he is our James BINGHAM.

                If he showed the correct age Eliza would be older than him, so it is quite likely that he

                made himself older than he was. 

1881        Not found

 

More About Elizabeth BUTTERESS:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0500/BINGHAM 0401

Residences: See Notes

       

Child of James BINGHAM and Elizabeth BUTTERESS is:

                 i.    Catherine3 BINGHAM47,48, b. Bet. July - September 1870, St Luke, London, Middlesex49; d. Bet. April - June 1889, Islington District, London age 19 (possible death)50.

 

Notes for Catherine BINGHAM:

Addesses

1871        11 Longs Buildings, Whitecross Street, St Luke, Middlesex age 7 months

1881        Kensington Hall, 2 Kensington Terrace, Fulham, Middlesex (Used as a Day School)

                There was a Superintendant of the School,  3 Teachers, Workwoman machinist,

                Laundress, Cook, Housemaid and about 33 girl pupils including Catherine.

 

More About Catherine BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0401

Occupation: 1881 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

 

5.  Bridget2 BINGHAM (Maurice1)51 was born Abt. 1851 in St Luke, Middlesex or Chelsea, Middlesex (1891) (registration not found, see notes)51, and died Bet. April - June 1901 in Shoreditch District, London age 4452.  She married Thomas CANE or CAIN52,53 Bet. January - March 1875 in Holborn District, Middlesex54.  He was born Abt. 1852 in Bishopsgate, St Luke, Middlesex55,56, and died Unknown.

 

Notes for Bridget BINGHAM:

Addresses

1851        30 Reform Place, St Lukes, Middlesex

1861        4 Smith Court, St Giles without Cripplegate, Middlesex.

1871        3 Sawyer Place, St Luke, Finsbury, Middlesex

1881        9 Clarks Place, St Luke, Middlesex

                Living with them was an adopted daughter, Jessie DIXON (8) Scholar born St Lukes, Middlesex

1891        62 Long Street, Shoreditch, London

                Living in the same property as the DAVIS family.

1901        16 Hace Walk, Hoxton, Shoreditch, London.

                Living with them was Jerome PRESS, nephew

                One Ancestry.com Thomas and Bridget are shown as CAISSE

                (RG13/277 Folio 57 Page 41)

 

Only female birth 1850/1852 in St Lukes District, Middlesex was for a Susannah in September quarter 1851

 

More About Bridget BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0500/CAIN/CANE/CAISSE 0400

Occupation: 1861 Scholar; 1871 Book Folder

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Thomas CANE or CAIN:

Addresses

1881        9 Clarks Place, St Luke, Middlesex

1891        62 Long Street, Shoreditch, Middlesex

                Living in the same property as the DAVIS family

1901        16 Hace Walk, Hoxton, Shoreditch, London.

                Living with them was Jerome PRESS, nephew

                One Ancestry.com Thomas and Bridget are shown as CAISSE

                (RG13/277 Folio 57 Page 41)

1911        Not found

 

More About Thomas CANE or CAIN:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0500/CAIN/CANE/CAISSE 0400

Occupation: 1881 Shoe Finisher; 1891 Bootmaker-Finisher; 1901 Boot Finisher

Residences: See Notes

       

Child of Bridget BINGHAM and Thomas CAIN is:

                 i.    Jessie Maud3 DIXON, b. Private.

 

 

6.  Sarah2 BINGHAM (Maurice1)57 was born Abt. 1857 in Cripplegate, Middlesex (no registration found)57, and died Bet. July - September 1912 in Islington District, London age 5658.  She married Jerome Henry PRESS59 1881 in (not found)60.  He was born 2 May 1849 in Shoreditch, Middlesex61,62,63, and died Bet. January - March 1899 in Shoreditch District, Middlesex Age 4964.

 

Notes for Sarah BINGHAM:

Addresses

1861        Not on census with rest of family

1871        Not on census with rest of family

1881        B26 Golden Lane Baths, St Luke, Middlesex

                Living with them was Sarah's father, Maurice BINGHAM

1891        Not found

 

Were Caroline, Celia and Sarah the same person?

 

More About Sarah BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0500/PRESS 0400

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Jerome Henry PRESS:

Addresses

1871        15 Green Arbour Court, St Luke, Finsbury, Middlesex

                This was a "Common Lodging House" with about 15 men living there  

1881        B25 Golden Lane, St Luke, Middlesex

                Living with them was father-in-law Maurice BINGHAM

1891        Not found

 

Information from Linda SMITH née PRESS 18th May 2004

 

One other PRESS researcher and I have done an in depth search of the PRESS name as it is not an English name. Originally there was only two main groups of PRESSes in the country, in Somerset and the Suffolk and Norfolk area. The Somerset group tend to think they are from France, although Brittany was then part of Gt. Britain. We are not so sure with our group. My family are in Lowestoft in the 1600's.  After the Battle of Lowestoft, which was between us and the Dutch, both sides claimed victory, We signed a peace treaty, and started trading again with the Dutch. Then lots of PRESS names start appearing on the Parish records. The battle involved over 240 ships and was so terrible that Samuel Pepys writes in his diaries that he could hear it in London. Robert and Susan PRESS had their first son, Matthew, in 1681, but I can find no marriage for Robert and Susan and no birth for Robert. So where have they got married? Could it be Holland? France?  Or even Germany?

 

During the 1800's lots more PRESSes appear; many of these are from Russia and Poland and are normally Jewish. They were being persecuted at this time by the Tsars. PRESS is quite a common name in Russia.

 

Another large group of PRESSes were living in Nottingham, but we have been told these came from the Somerset Group.

 

A large group of my family left Great.Yarmouth in 1875 and went to live in London although a lot of them remained in Yarmouth until quite recent. Elizabeth PRESS, born 1890, died in Gorleston in 1976. She never married and purchased a Lifeboat for the RNLI, named the Joseph B. Press after her late father. Seven hundred and forty seven items went to the museum in Norfolk, but many items had been stolen in a robbery at her house shortly before she died. The Police think it was a gang of sophisticated antique thieves. The rest of the money all went to charities,  The Shipwreck Mariners Society, Seamans missions and a childrens home.

 

 

More About Jerome Henry PRESS:

A Chart Number: PRESS 0500/BINGHAM 0500/PRESS 0400

Baptism: December 1855, St John the Baptist, Shoreditch, Middlesex65

Occupation: 1861 Scholar; 1871 Drover; 1881 Blacksmith66

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Sarah BINGHAM and Jerome PRESS are:

                 i.    William Henry3 PRESS66,67, b. Bet. July - September 1878, Lambeth, Surrey68,69; d. Unknown.

 

Notes for William Henry PRESS:

Addresses

1881        B26, Golden Lane Baths, St Luke, Middlesex

1891        Not found

 

There is a William Francis PRESS born September quarter 1878 Islington District.  Perhaps this William Henry should be a William Francis

 

More About William Henry PRESS:

A Chart Number: PRESS 0400

Residences: See Notes

 

13.            ii.    Jerome Henry PRESS, b. Bet. July - September 1880, St Luke, Middlesex or Holborn District, Middlesex; d. Bet. January - March 1915, Dartford, Kent Age 35.

14.           iii.    Mary Ann PRESS, b. 14 March 1882, Baths, Middlesex or St Lukes, Middlesex (1911); d. Unknown.

               iv.    Richard James PRESS70, b. Bet. July - September 1889, Holborn District, Middlesex70,71; d. Unknown.

 

More About Richard James PRESS:

A Chart Number: PRESS 0400

Baptism: 28 July 1889, St Clement, City Road, Islington, Middlesex72

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

7.  Harriet Agnes3 BINGHAM (Maurice2, Maurice1)73 was born 6 February 1866 in St Luke, Old Street, Finsbury, Middlesex73, and died Bet. April - June 1941 in North Middlesex Hospital, Edmonton, Middlesex age 7574,75.  She married Daniel KINNER76 2 January 1890 in St Paul, Bunhill Row, Islington, Middlesex76,77, son of Daniel KINNER and Mary BINGHAM.  He was born 14 June 1860 in Cripplegate London78, and died 31 March 1915 in WWI Age 5179.

 

Notes for Harriet Agnes BINGHAM:

Addresses

1866        St Luke, Old Street, Fisbury, Middlesex

1871        Baths Workhouse, 11 Chambers, 93 Golden Lane, St Lukes, Finsbury, Middlesex

1880        29 Featherstone Street, Islington, Middlesex (marriage)

1881        B6 & 7, Golden Lane Baths, St Luke, Middlesex

1891        1 Trelands Terrace, Newington, Yorkshire Indexed as HURNER on ancestry.com

                - married, husband not present

1901        185 Stanhope Buildings, St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey

                - married, husband not present, written on census return but crossed through

1911        23, "B" Block, Peabody Buildings, Glasshouse Street, London

                - married, husband not present, written on census return but crossed through

1915        235 Peabody Buildings, Cartwright Street, Whitechapel, London (for husband's death)

1915        23, "B" Block, Peabody Buildings, Glasshouse Street, London. (for son's death)

1922        23, "B" Block, Peabody Buildings, Glasshouse Street, London

                (Forces War Records for medals of son Charles)

1922        23, "B" Block, Peabody Buildings, Glasshouse Street, London

                (Forces War Records for medals of husband Daniel)

 

On the 1911 census Harriet is shown as having 12 children, 6 surviving and 6 had died, we have 11 children with 5 deaths.  Another possible child has been found, Albert, born June quarter 1902 Southwark District, London, died September quarter 1902 St Olave District, London.

 

More About Harriet Agnes BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BINGHAM 0400/KINNER 0300

Occupation: 1881, 1911 Bookfolder

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Daniel KINNER:

Addresses

1861        20 Three Tuns Square, St Giles without Cripplegate, City of London as RONNER

1871        32 Baltic Street, St Luke, Finsbury, London as KENNER

1890        11 Bartholomew Square, Islington, Middlesex (marriage)

1891        Not found

                Not with wife and daughter

1901        Not found

                Name entered with rest of family and then crossed through

1911        Not found

                Name entered with rest of family, occupation Sailor, and then all crossed through

1915        235 Peabody Buildings, Cartwright Street, Whitechapel, London

 

Information from Forces War Records sent by John TERRY 1/11/2014

First Name:  Daniel 

Initials:  D 

Surname:  KINNER

DOB:  Circa 1864 

Age:  51 

Nationality:  British 

Date of Death:  31/03/1915 

Information:  SON OF THE LATE DANIEL AND MARY KINNER; HUSBAND OF HARRIET AGNES KINNER (NEE BINGHAM), OF 235, PEABODY BUILDINGS, CARTWRIGHT ST., WHITECHAPEL, LONDON. BORN IN LONDON. 

Rank:  Second Hand 

 

Campaign Medals: 

Mercantile Marine War Medal

 

Service:  British Army 

Regiment:  Mercantile Marine

Mercantile Marine during World War 1

 

Battalion:  Steam Trawler "Minotaur" (Grimsby) 

Commemorated:  Britain 

Collection: The IWGC/CWGC Registers Collection 

 

 

More About Daniel KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0400/BINGHAM 0400/KINNER 0300

Baptism: 15 July 1860, St Bartholomew, Moor Lane, London, or St Bartholomew by the Exchange, City of London79,80

Memorial: Tower Hill, London81

Military service: WWI Second Hand Steam Trawler "MINOTAUR" (Grimsby Mercantile Marine81

Occupation: 1871 Scholar; 1891 Fisherman; 1911 Sailor (name entered with family and then crossed through)

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Harriet BINGHAM and Daniel KINNER are:

                 i.    William4 KINNER82, b. Bet. July - September 1890, Holborn District, London (possible child)82; d. Bet. July - September 1890, Holborn District, London age 082.

 

More About William KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0300

 

15.            ii.    Harriett KINNER, b. Bet. January - March 1891, Hull, Yorkshire; d. Unknown.

                iii.    Maurice KINNER82, b. Bet. April - June 1893, Sculcoates District, East Riding, Yorkshire83; d. Bet. April - June 1899, Greenwich District, London83.

 

More About Maurice KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0300

 

               iv.    Daniel William KINNER84,85, b. Bet. January - March 1895, Dalston, London86,87; d. Bet. January - March 1927, Stepney District, London age 3388,89.

 

Notes for Daniel William KINNER:

Addresses

1901        185 Stanhope Buildings, St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey

1911        23, "B" Block, Peabody Buildings, Glasshouse Street, London

 

More About Daniel William KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0300

Baptism: 10 February 1895, All Saints, Haggerston, Hackney,London90

Occupation: 1911 "No occupation" entered

Residences: See Notes

 

                v.    Charles Robert KINNER91,92, b. Bet. April - June 1896, Dalston, Middlesex or Whitechapel, London (Free BMD)93,94; d. 6 July 1915, WWI95.

 

Notes for Charles Robert KINNER:

Addresses

1901        36 Middleston Street, Hackney, London

                Living with the Maurice BINGHAM family, his grandparents.

1911        23, "B" Block, Peabody Buildings, Glasshouse Street, London

1915        23, "B" Block, Peabody Buildings, Glasshouse Street, London.

 

 

Information from Forces War Records sent by John TERRY 1/11/2014

First Name:  Charles 

Initials:  C 

Surname:  KINNER

DOB:  Circa 1894 

Age:  21 

Birth Town:  Whitechapel, Middlesex 

Resided Town:  Whitechapel 

Nationality:  British 

Date of Death:  06/07/1915 

Fate:  Killed in Action 

Information:  SON OF MRS. H. A. KINNER, OF 23, "B" BLOCK, PEABODY BUILDINGS, GLASSHOUSE ST., LONDON. 

Rank:  Private 

Service Number:  10413 

Duty Location:  France And Flanders 

 

Campaign Medals: 

1914/15 Star

 

Given the information we have available, it is very possible that Charles KINNER was was awarded the 1914-15 star campaign medal of the British Empire for his service in World War One.

 

This Star is identical to the 1914 Star in every respect except that the centre scroll bears the dates “1914- 15” and the two small scrolls bearing “Aug” and “Nov” are omitted.

 

He would also have received the British War Medal and Victory Medal, as it was not awarded singularly. These three medals were sometimes irreverently referred to as Pip, Squeak and Wilfred. With Pip representing either this medal or the 1914 Star, only one of which could be awarded to a soldier, Squeak represented the British War Medal and Wilfred represented the Victory Medal.

 

Victory Medal

 

Given the information we have available it is likely that Charles KINNER was entitled to the Victory medal, also called the Inter Allied Victory Medal. This medal was awarded to all who received the 1914 Star or 1914-15 Star and, with certain exceptions, to those who received the British War Medal. It was never awarded alone. These three medals were sometimes irreverently referred to as Pip, Squeak and Wilfred.

 

Eligibility for this award consisted of having been mobilised, fighting, having served in any of the theatres of operations, or at sea, between midnight 4th/5th August, 1914, and midnight, 11th/12th November, 1918. Women who served in any of the various military organisations in a theatre of operations were also eligible.

 

British War Medal

 

From the information available to us, it is very possible that Charles KINNER was entitled to the British War Medal for service in World War One. This British Empire campaign medal was issued for services between 5th August 1914 and 11th November 1918.

 

The medal was automatically awarded in the event of death on active service before the completion of this period.

 

Service:  British Army 

Regiment:  Essex Regiment

Essex Regiment during World War 1

 Since 1815 the balance of power in Europe had been maintained by a series of treaties. In 1888 Wilhelm II was crowned ‘German Emperor and King of Prussia’ and moved from a policy of maintaining the status quo to a more aggressive position. He did not renew a treaty with Russia, aligned Germany with the declining Austro-Hungarian Empire and started to build a Navy rivalling that of Britain. These actions greatly concerned Germany’s neighbours, who quickly forged new treaties and alliances in the event of war. On 28th June 1914 Franz Ferdinand the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne was assassinated by the Bosnian-Serb nationalist group Young Bosnia who wanted pan-Serbian independence. Franz Joseph's the Austro-Hungarian Emperor (with the backing of Germany) responded aggressively, presenting Serbia with an intentionally unacceptable ultimatum, to provoke Serbia into war. Serbia agreed to 8 of the 10 terms and on the 28th July 1914 the Austro-Hungarian Empire declared war on Serbia, producing a cascade effect across Europe. Russia bound by treaty to Serbia declared war with Austro-Hungary, Germany declared war with Russia and France declared war with Germany. Germany’s army crossed into neutral Belgium in order to reach Paris, forcing Britain to declare war with Germany (due to the Treaty of London (1839) whereby Britain agreed to defend Belgium in the event of invasion). By the 4th August 1914 Britain and much of Europe were pulled into a war which would last 1,566 days, cost 8,528,831 lives and 28,938,073 casualties or missing on both sides.

 

The Regiment raised 30 Battalions and was awarded 62 Battle Honours and 1 Victoria Crosse, losing 8,860 men during the course of the war.

 

2nd Battalion

04.08.1914 Stationed at Chatham as part of the 12th Brigade of the 4th Division and then moved to Cromer, Norwich and Harrow.

24.08.1914 Mobilised for war and landed at Havre, transferring to the 12th Brigade of the 36th Division.

05.11.1915 – 03.02.1916 attached to the 109th Brigade of the same Division, initially concentrated around Flesselles and attached to the 4th Division for trench familiarisation and training.

03.02.1916 Returned to the 12th Brigade, Division took over the front line section between the River Ancre and the Mailly-Maillet to Serre road and engaged in various actions including;

The Battle of Albert.

1917

The Battle of Messines, The Battle of Langemarck, The Cambrai Operations, The capture of Bourlon Wood.

1918

The Battle of St Quentin, The Actions at the Somme Crossings, The Battle of Rosieres, The Battle of Messines, The Battle of Bailleul, The First Battle of Kemmel Ridge, The Battle of Ypres, The Battle of Courtrai, The action of Ooteghem.

11.11.1918 Ended the war at Artres south of Valenciennes, France.

 

Information for other Battalions can be found on the Forces War Records web site

 

Battalion:  2nd Battalion 

Commemorated:  Belgium 

Collections: Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-191

 

 

More About Charles Robert KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0300

Baptism: 7 June 1896, St Paul, Dock Street, Tower Hamlets, London96

Memorial: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial97

Military service: WWI Private Essex Regiment 2nd Battalion Service No 1041398

Occupation: 1911 Machine Boy

Residences: See Notes

 

               vi.    Thomas "Tommy" Samuel KINNER99,100,101, b. 22 September 1898, St Saviour, Southwark, London102,103,104; d. Bet. July - September 1977, North Middlesex Hospital, Edmonton, Middlesex104,105.

 

Notes for Thomas "Tommy" Samuel KINNER:

Addresses

1901        185 Stanhope Buildings, St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey

1911        23, "B" Block, Peabody Buildings, Glasshouse Street, London

 

More About Thomas "Tommy" Samuel KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0300

Occupation: 1911 School; Merchant Navy

Residences: See Notes

 

16.          vii.    Miriam Mary "Milly" KINNER, b. 5 February 1901, 185 Stanhope Buildings, Southwark, London; d. Bet. April - June 1975, North Middlesex Hospital, Edmonton, Middlesex.

              viii.    Albert KINNER105, b. Bet. April - June 1902, Southwark District, London (possible child)105; d. Bet. July - September 1902, Southwark District, London age 0105.

 

More About Albert KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0300

Baptism: 7 May 1902, St Saviour, Denmark Park Southwark, London106

 

               ix.    James KINNER106, b. Bet. July - September 1903, St Olave District, London106,107; d. Bet. July - September 1903, St Olave District, London age 0108.

 

More About James KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0300

Baptism: 27 May 1903, Christ Church, Bermondsey, Southwark, London108

 

                x.    Horace Richard KINNER109, b. Bet. January - March 1905, Whitechapel District, Middlesex109; d. Bet. January - March 1906, Whitechapel District, Middlesex Age 1110.

 

More About Horace Richard KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0300

Baptism: 14 December 1904, St Mark, Goodman's Fields, Tower Hamlets, London 111

 

               xi.    Gladys Isabel KINNER112, b. 6 December 1906, St George in the East, London (registered March 1907)112; d. September 1992, QEII Hospital, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire112,113.

 

Notes for Gladys Isabel KINNER:

Addresses

1911        23, "B" Block, Peabody Buildings, Glasshouse Street, London

 

More About Gladys Isabel KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0300

Baptism: 23 December 1906, St Paul, Dock Street, London114

Occupation: 1911 School

Residences: See Notes

 

               xii.    Sidney George KINNER114, b. Bet. January - March 1906, Whitechapel District, Middlesex114; d. Bet. October - December 1906, Whitechapel District, Middlesex Age 0115.

 

More About Sidney George KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0300

 

              xiii.    Alfred Reginald KINNER116, b. Bet. April - June 1909, Whitechapel District, Middlesex117; d. Bet. October - December 1909, Whitechapel District, Middlesex Age 0118.

 

More About Alfred Reginald KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0300

 

 

8.  William3 BINGHAM (Maurice2, Maurice1) was born Abt. 1868 in St Luke, Old Street, Finsbury, Middlesex (registration not found, see notes), and died Bet. April - June 1944 in Bethnal Green District, London age 74 (possible death)119.  He married Jane DAVEY120 24 December 1899 in St John, Bethnal Green, Middlesex120,121.  She was born Bet. January - June 1866 in Bethnal Green, Middlesex (Jane DAVEYs registered March and June quarters)122,123, and died Bet. July - September 1936 in Bethnal Green District, London age 70123.

 

Notes for William BINGHAM:

Addresses

1871        Baths Workhouse, 11 Chambers, 93 Golden Lane, St Lukes, Finsbury, Middlesex

1881        B6 & 7, Golden Lane Baths, St Luke, Middlesex

1891        Not found

1901        Waterloo Building, Wilmot Street, Bethnal Green South, Bethnal Green, London

1911        45 Wilmot Street, Bethnal Green, London

 

No obvious William BINGHAM birth registration has been found either in the St Luke or Holborn Districts between 1867 (birth of Morris/Maurice) and 1872 (birth of Mary Ann) other than a William born June quarter 1871 in the Holborn District, Middlesex.  If he was born at the beginning of this quarter (April 1871) and his sister born at the end of the March quarter (March) it would mean 11 months between the two children, just possible.  However, as we do not know the exact birth dates and as we have an 1868 birth year for William from Census returns, we have not entered the 1871 registration details at present.

 

More About William BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0400/BINGHAM 0301

Occupation: 1881 Scholar; 1901 Dockyard Labourer; 1911 House Painter

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Jane DAVEY:

Addresses

1901        Waterloo Building, Wilmot Street, Bethnal Green South, Bethnal Green, London

1911        45 Wilmot Street, Bethnal Green, London

 

More About Jane DAVEY:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0400/BINGHAM 0301

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of William BINGHAM and Jane DAVEY are:

                 i.    Grace Jane4 BINGHAM124, b. Bet. October - December 1900, Bethnal Green, London124; d. Unknown; m. John RICHARDS125, Bet. October - December 1928, Bethnal Green District, London125; b. Abt. 1895126; d. Unknown.

 

Notes for Grace Jane BINGHAM:

Addresses

1901        Waterloo Building, Wilmot Street, Bethnal Green South, Bethnal Green, London

                - age 4 months

1911        45 Wilmot Street, Bethnal Green, London

 

More About Grace Jane BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BINGHAM 0301

Residences: See Notes

 

More About John RICHARDS:

A Chart Number: BINGHAM 0301

 

                 ii.    William Maurice BINGHAM127, b. Bet. July - September 1902, Bethnal Green, London127; d. Unknown; m. Elizabeth E CLARK, Private; b. Private.

 

Notes for William Maurice BINGHAM:

Addresses

1911        45 Wilmot Street, Bethnal Green, London

 

More About William Maurice BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BINGHAM 0301

Residences: See Notes

 

                iii.    Alice Lilian BINGHAM127, b. Bet. January - March 1908, Bethnal Green, London127; d. Unknown; m. Horace F O'CONNOR128, Bet. October - December 1935, Bethnal Green District, London128; b. Abt. 1903129; d. Unknown.

 

Notes for Alice Lilian BINGHAM:

Addresses

1911        45 Wilmot Street, Bethnal Green, London

 

More About Alice Lilian BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BINGHAM 0301

Residences: See Notes

 

More About Horace F O'CONNOR:

A Chart Number: BINGHAM 0301

 

 

9.  Mary Ann3 BINGHAM (Maurice2, Maurice1) was born Bet. January - March 1872 in St Luke, Old Street, Finsbury, Middlesex130, and died Unknown.  She married James FRASER131 21 December 1901 in St Jude, Mildmay Grove, Islington, London131,132.  He was born Abt. 1863133, and died Unknown.

 

Notes for Mary Ann BINGHAM:

Addresses

1881        B6 & 7, Golden Lane Baths, St Luke, Middlesex

1891        192 Guest Street, St Luke, Middlesex

1901        36 Middleton Street, Hackney, London

1911        Not found

 

Witness at wedding of sister Agnes BINGHAM

 

Information from Mym CLEWS

Auntie Miriam lived in Grimsby.  She moved up there with her husband James FRASER who was a merchant sailor.  She died in Inverness, Scotland"

 

More About Mary Ann BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0400/FRASER 0300

Occupation: 1881 Scholar; 1891, 1901 Bookfolder Binder

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for James FRASER:

Addresses

1901        Not found

 

Information from Mym CLEWS

"Auntie Miriam lived in Grimsby.  She moved up there with her husband James FRASER who was a merchant sailor.  She died in Inverness, Scotland"

 

Her husband did work on the Forth Bridge and during the war, after she moved to Inverness (where they had a turkey farm) she sent us a turkey for Christmas (very ripe when it arrived)"

 

More About James FRASER:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0400/FRASER 0300

Occupation: Merchant Sailor; 1901 Carpenter

       

Child of Mary BINGHAM and James FRASER is:

                 i.    Maurice D4 FRASER134, b. Bet. January - March 1916, Chortlon District, Lancashire (possible son)134; d. Unknown; m. Elsie BUTTERWORTH, Private; b. Private.

 

More About Maurice D FRASER:

A Chart Number: FRASER 0300

 

 

10.  Agnes3 BINGHAM (Maurice2, Maurice1)135,136 was born 23 October 1875 in 6 City Baths, Holborn, Middlesex136, and died 16 July 1950 in St Helier Hospital, Carshalton, Surrey Age 74 years137.  She married Charles George TERRY138 8 June 1901 in Haggerstone Parish Church, Middlesex139.  He was born 6 March 1878 in 6 Ridge Street, Bermondsey, Surrey140, and died 14 February 1959 in 5 Beeches Road, Morden, Surrey Age 80 years141.

 

Notes for Agnes BINGHAM:

Addresses

1875        6 City Baths, Holborn, London

1881        Baths 6 & 7 Golden Lane, St Luke, London

1891        192 Guest Street, St Luke, Middlesex

1901        36 Middleton Street, Hackney, London (census)

1901        36 Middleton Road, Haggerston, London (marriage)

1902        266, Rotherhithe New Road, Bermondsey, Surrey

1908        3 Bickley Street, Tooting, Surrey

1911        29 Boscombe Road, Tooting, London SW

1918        32 Eastbourne Road, Tooting, Surrey

1926        32 Eastbourne Rd, Tooting, Surrey (Surrey Electoral Roll)

1927/50   18 Acre Lane, Carshalton, Surrey

 

Birth Certificate held-

Registration District-Holborn

Sub-district-White Cross Street, in the County of Middlesex

Registered 29 Nov 1875 with the mark of her mother

Registrar Frederick M. BILBY

Occupation of father at birth-Labourer

 

Marriage Certificate held-see Charles George TERRY-

 

Death Certificate held-

Registration district-Surrey North Eastern

Sub-district-St. Helier in the County of Surrey

When and where died-16 Jul 1950-Surrey County Hospital St Helier, Carshalton, U.D.

Age-74 years

Occupation-of 18 Acre Lane, Carshalton Surrey, wife of Charles TERRY, retire Monotype Operator

Cause of death-Coronary Atheroma accelerated by fractures of the ribs and sternum sustained when she came into collision with a motor lorry whilst crossing road.

Post mortem-Accidental death

Signature, description and residence of informant

Certificate received from Cyril BARON, Coroner for Surrey, Inquest held 21 Jul 1950

Registered 24 Jul 1950 A. W. COLVERSON

 

AGNES TERRY née BINGHAM - 1875-1950

Local newspaper (Carshalton area) report of inquest of Agnes TERRY née BINGHAM on 16th July 1950.

"Driver had no chance - Woman stepped into lorry’s path

Evidence that Mrs Agnes TERRY of 18 Acre Lane, Carshalton, stumbled while stepping off the kerb in High Street, Carshalton, on July 14, and fell into the path of an oncoming lorry, the driver of which had no chance of avoiding her, was given by Mrs Ann HUTCHINGS of 76, High Street, Carshalton, at the inquest into Mrs TERRY's death held at Kingston on Friday.

The verdict was accidental death.

Dr. R. PEARCE pathologist, said Mrs TERRY was suffering from advance heart disease as well as arthritis. Mrs TERRY's ribs and breastbone had been broken, but she might have recovered from these injuries if her heart had been sound.

The driver of the lorry Alfred Cecil GOFF of Brixton, holder of a first-class driving certificate after 30 years experience said Mrs TERRY walked out from between two stationary vehicles.

No blame could be attributed to the driver, commented the coroner. Dr C. F. J. BARON"

 

More About Agnes BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0400/TERRY 0400/TERRY 0300

Baptism: 14 November 1875, St Luke, Old Street, Finsbury, London142

Burial: July 1950, Garth Road, Cemetery, Morden, Surrey

Cause of Death: Coronary Atheroma143

Inquest: 21 July 1950, Accidental death143

Medical Information: Post MortemCoronary Atheroma accelerated by fractures of the ribs and sternum sustained when she came into collision with a motor lorry whilst crossing road. Postmortem-Accidental death143

Occupation: 1881 Scholar; 1891 Bookfolder; 1901 Bookfolder Binder; then Warehouse - Bookfolder - Printers

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Charles George TERRY:

Addresses

1878 circa-1891 circa      6 Ridge Street, Bermondsey, Surrey

1891                                312 Lynton Road, Bermondsey, Surrey

1901                                192 Hanover Buildings, Horsley Down, London

                                        Living with his brother Frederick and family.

1901                                192 Harewood Building, Southwark, Surrey

                                        (marriage, very clear address on certificate, see census above)

1902                                266 Rotherhithe New Road, Bermondsey (birth of Agnes)

1908                                3 Bickley Street, Tooting, Surrey (birth of Charles)

1908                                3 Bickley St, Tooting, Surrey (London Electoral Roll)

1909                                3 Bickley St, Tooting, Surrey (London Electoral Roll)

1910                                3 Bickley St, Tooting, Surrey (London Electoral Roll)

1911                                29 Boscombe Road, Tooting, London SW

1918                                32 Eastbourne Rd, Tooting, Surrey (Surrey Electoral Roll)

1922                                32 Eastbourne Road, Tooting Junction, Surrey (when Charles started work)

1926                                32 Eastbourne Rd, Tooting, Surrey (Surrey Electoral Roll)

1927-1952                       18 Acre Lane, Carshalton, Surrey (marriage of Charles)

                                        (lived here with his daughter for a couple of years after his wife

                                        died in a road accident in Carshalton High St.

1952-1956?                     150 Tudor Drive, Morden, Surrey

                                        (this was a ground floor maisonette, lived here with his daughter

                                        Agnes, moved because of noise of flat above.)

1956-1959                       5 Beeches Road, Morden, Surrey

                                        (lived here until his death, his daughter continued to live here

                                        until just before her death in 1975)

 

Birth Certificate held-Registration district-Saint Olave, Southwark

          Sub-district Saint James in the County Of Surrey

          Registered on 15 Apr 1878 by his mother

          Deputy Registrar W J HURST

          Fathers occipation at birth-Stoker

Marriage Certificate held

        Registration District-Shoreditch

        Marriage solemnized at The Parish Church of All

        Saints Haggerstone in the County of London

        His  info-Age-23,  Condition-Bachelor,  Rank-Compositor,  

        Address-192 harwood Buildings, Southwark,

        Father-John TERRY, Occupation-Stoker

        Her  info-Age 25, Condition-Spinster, Rank-None,

        Address-36  Middleton Rd,

        Father-Maurice BINGHAM, Occupation-Tap tester

        Witnesses, Maurice BINGHAM and Mary Ann BINGHAM

        Officiating Priest C. F. GRANTHAM

Death Certificate held

        Registration District-Surrey Mid-Eastern

        Sub-district-Sutton  and Cheam in the County  of Surrey

        When died-14 Feb 1959-5 Beeches Road, Sutton

        Age-80 years

        Occupation-Monotype Operator, Printers, retired

        Cause of death-1a Myocarditis

                                   b Hypertension

                                   c Arteriosclerosis

                                II Carconima of Prostrate

        Certified by A M LOVE MB

        Signature, description and residence of informant

        C. F. TERRY Son, 74 Tudor Avenue, Worcester Park, Surrey

        Registered-16th Feb 1959

        Registrar-Robert G SHARP

 

More About Charles George TERRY:

A Chart Number: TERRY 0400/BINGHAM 0400/TERRY 0300

Baptism: 9 June 1880, St Augustines Church, Bermondsey, Surrey144

Burial: February 1959, Garth Road, Cemetery, Morden, Surrey

Cause of Death: 1a Myocarditis b Hypertension c ArteriosclerosisII Carconima of Prostrate145

Informant of Death: C F TERRY son145

Occupation: 1891 Reading Boy; 1901, 1902 Compositor; 1908 Printers Compositor; 1910, 1911, 1932 Monotype Operator; 1950 Retired Monotypr Operator; 1959 Monotype Operator printer retired

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Agnes BINGHAM and Charles TERRY are:

                 i.    Agnes Muriel4 TERRY146, b. 8 June 1902, 266 Rotherhithe New Road, Bermondsey146; d. 25 September 1975, 10 Purley Rise, Purley, Surrey147.

 

Notes for Agnes Muriel TERRY:

Addresses

1902        266 Rotherhithe New Road, Bermondsey, Surrey

1908        3 Bickley Street, Tooting, Surrey

1911        29 Boscombe Road, Tooting, London SW

1922        32 Eastbourne Road, Tooting, Surrey

1929/52? 18 Acre Lane, Carshalton, Surrey

1952/5?   150 Tudor Drive, Morden, Surrey

195?/75   5 Beeches Road, Morden, Surrey

1975?      ????

 

From Ancestry.com

UK, Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960

about Agnes Muriel TERRY Name: Agnes Muriel TERRY

Gender: Female

Age: 33

Birth Date: abt 1903

Departure Date: 18 Sep 1936

Port of Departure: Southampton, England

Destination Port: Tangier, Morocco

Ship Name: Indrapoera

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Shipping Line: Rotterdam Lloyd Royal Dutch Mail

Master: G A SCHOCHIZEN 

 

Birth certificate held-

Registration district-St Olave, Bermondsey Sub-district-Bermondsey in the County of London

Born-08 Jun 1902, 266 Rotherhithe New Road

Fathers name-Charles George TERRY 

Mothers name-Agnes TERRY formerly BINGHAM

Occupation of father-Compositor

Signature and description of informant C G TERRY, Father, 266 Rotherhithe New Road, Bermondsey

Registered 07 Jul 1902

Registrar C H HURST

 

Death Certificate held

Entry No 11, Registration District-Croydon, Sub-district-Croydon,

Admin Area London Borough of Croydon,

Date and place of birth-25 Sep 1975, 10 Purley Rise Purley,

Name and Surname-Agnes Muriel TERRY, Sex-Female,

Date and place of birth-8 Jun 1902, Bermondsey, London,

Occupation and usual address-Local Government Officer (Retired) 5 Beeches Road, Sutton, Surrey,

Name and surname of informant-John Derek THROP, Qualification-Causing the body to be buried

Usual address-152 Epsom Road, Sutton, Surrey,

Cause of death-i(a) Cardiac Failure, (b) Carcinmatosis, (c) Carcinoma (L) Breast.

Certified by S. AHERN M.B.

Signature of informant John D. THROP

Registered 26 Sep 1975

Registrar Marion L NICHOLAS

 

More About Agnes Muriel TERRY:

A Chart Number: TERRY 0300

Baptism: 13 July 1902, St Bartholomew, Camberwell, Southwark, Surrey148

Burial: September 1975, Garth Road Cemetery, Morden, Surrey. Burial service held at Sutton Baptist

Cause of Death: (a) Cardiac Failure, (b) Carcinmatosis, (c) Carcinoma (L) Breast.149

Informant of Death: John Derek THROP (Solicitor)

Occupation: Secretary/Personal Assistant; Local Government Officer retired at Morden Parish Council

Residences: See Notes

 

17.            ii.    Charles Fraser TERRY, b. 12 March 1908, 3 Bickley Street, Tooting, Surrey; d. 18 June 1974, Shorelands Hospital, Shoreham, Sussex.

 

 

11.  Richard3 BINGHAM (Maurice2, Maurice1)150 was born Bet. July - September 1879 in 88 Golden Lane, Finsbury, Middlesex (see notes)151, and died 29 March 1966 in Havering District, Essex age 86 (possible death)152.  He married Clara Adelaide PHILLIPS153,154 3 April 1898 in St Philip, Stepney, London155.  She was born Bet. October - December 1879 in St George's, London156,157, and died 4 September 1961 in Ilford District, Essex age 82 years158,159.

 

Notes for Richard BINGHAM:

Addresses

1879        88 Golden Lane, St Luke, Middlesex (baptism of Richard and Charles)

1881        B6 & 7, Golden Lane Baths, St Luke, Middlesex

1891        192 Guest Street, St Luke, Middlesex

1901        141 Boundary Road, Barking, Essex

                Living with them was Louisa PHILLIPS, sister of Clara

1911        47 Turners Road, Limehouse, London

                Becontree, Dagenham, Essex (see below)

                374 Lodge Avenue, Dagenham, Essex (See below)

 

Registered as Richard, known to family as Richard Maurice.

 

Information from Clive BINGHAM 11/7/2004

As a child I remember Granny Bingham, [Clara] and  granddad [Richard] living at Becontree, a few hundred yards from The Robin Hood [pub], in Dagenham. It was a cul-de-sac, so probably NOT Boundary Road.  Granny Bingham died while at this address, whist Granddad went to live, [I believe] at daughter Clara's house...374 Lodge Avenue , Dagenham, Essex. where Rose and her newborn Clive resided, during the blitz, 1943.

 

More About Richard BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BINGHAM 0400/BINGHAM 0300

Baptism: 31 August 1879, St Luke, Old Street, Finsbury, Middlesex

Burial: March 1966, Rippleside, Barking, Essex. Same plot as Clara Adelaide160

Occupation: 1891 Scholar; 1898 Postman; 1901 Postman G.P.O.; 1911 Civil Service, Postman

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Clara Adelaide PHILLIPS:

Addresses

1901        141 Boundary Road, Barking, Essex

1911        47 Turners Road, Limehouse, London

                Becontree, Dagenham, Essex (see below)

 

On the 1911 census Clara is shown as having 6 children 5 survive, 1 has died.  According to our records here were 10 children before 1911 of which we have deaths for 5!  The children found on census returns are Clara, Richard, Grace, Arthur and Sydney, the 5 surviving children; the 6th child who died could be Charlotte whose name were were sent.  This makes the 6 children 5 of which survive and with 1 death as shown on the 1911 census.  We were told that some were still births so perhaps these are the children not counted by Clara in 1911.

 

Because of the way the family moved around, 1898 Bethnal Green, 1900 Dalston and Barking, 1902 Bethnal Green, 1905 Bethnal Green, 1906 Hackney, 1910 Stepney, it is impossible to draw any conclusions as to which, if any, of the 36 children born and died in the London Districts between 1898 and 1911 could belong to this family.

 

Information from Clive BINGHAM 11/7/2004

As a child I remember Granny Bingham, [Clara] and  granddad [Richard] living at Becontree, a few hundred yards from The Robin Hood [pub], in Dagenham. It was a cul-de-sac, so probably NOT Boundary Road.  Granny Bingham died while at this address, whist Granddad went to live, [I believe] at daughter Clara's house...374 Lodge Avenue , Dagenham, Essex. where Rose and her newborn Clive resided, during the blitz, 1943.

 

More About Clara Adelaide PHILLIPS:

A Chart Number: BINGHAM 0400/BINGHAM 0300

Burial: September 1961, Rippleside, Barking, Essex160

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Richard BINGHAM and Clara PHILLIPS are:

18.            i.    Clara Ellen4 BINGHAM, b. 3 September 1898, Bethnal Green, London; d. 21 May 1993, Thurrock District, Essex age 94.

                 ii.    child of Richard BINGHAM, b. Abt. 1899161; d. Abt. 1899161.

 

More About child of Richard BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300

 

19.           iii.    Richard "Dick" Maurice BINGHAM, b. Bet. July - September 1900, Dalston, London; d. Bet. October - December 1963, Romford District, Essex age 63.

20.          iv.    Grace Lilian BINGHAM, b. Bet. July - September 1902, Bethnal Green District, London; d. Unknown.

                v.    daughter of Richard BINGHAM, b. Abt. 1903161; d. Bef. 1911.

 

More About daughter of Richard BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300

 

               vi.    child of Richard BINGHAM, b. Abt. 1904161; d. Abt. 1904162.

 

More About child of Richard BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300

 

               vii.    Charlotte Ruby BINGHAM163,164, b. Bet. October - December 1905, Bethnal Green District, London164; d. Bet. July - September 1906, Hackney District, London age 0165,166.

 

More About Charlotte Ruby BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300

 

              viii.    child of Richard BINGHAM167, b. Abt. 1906168; d. Bef. 1911.

21.          ix.    Arthur BINGHAM, b. 22 August 1908, Stepney District, London; d. February 2001, Cambridge District, Cambridgeshire Age 92.

                x.    Sydney Edward BINGHAM169, b. 15 June 1910, (registration not found, this date shown in death entry)169,170; d. 18 August 1970, Waltham Forest District, London as Sidney Edward170.

 

Notes for Sydney Edward BINGHAM:

Addresses

1911        47 Turners Road, Limehouse, London

 

"He had his head bashed again a school wall in an altercation, and spent the rest of his life in an institution. "

 

More About Sydney Edward BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300

Cause of Death: Parkinsons Disease170

Medical Information: "He had his head bashed against a school wall in an altercation, and spent the rest of his life in an institution" (Clive BINGHAM 22/5/2004)

Residences: See Notes

 

               xi.    Child of Richard BINGHAM171, b. Abt. 1912172; d. Abt. 1913172.

 

More About Child of Richard BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300

 

22.          xii.    Stanley BINGHAM, b. 13 June 1914, Turners Road, Bermondsey(?), London; d. 1998, Toronto, Canada.

 

 

12.  Daniel3 KINNER (Mary Ann2 BINGHAM, Maurice1)173 was born 14 June 1860 in Cripplegate London174, and died 31 March 1915 in WWI Age 51175.  He married Harriet Agnes BINGHAM176 2 January 1890 in St Paul, Bunhill Row, Islington, Middlesex176,177, daughter of Maurice BINGHAM and Harriot/Harriet GOLDSMITH.  She was born 6 February 1866 in St Luke, Old Street, Finsbury, Middlesex178, and died Bet. April - June 1941 in North Middlesex Hospital, Edmonton, Middlesex age 75179,180.

 

Notes for Daniel KINNER:

Addresses

1861        20 Three Tuns Square, St Giles without Cripplegate, City of London as RONNER

1871        32 Baltic Street, St Luke, Finsbury, London as KENNER

1890        11 Bartholomew Square, Islington, Middlesex (marriage)

1891        Not found

                Not with wife and daughter

1901        Not found

                Name entered with rest of family and then crossed through

1911        Not found

                Name entered with rest of family, occupation Sailor, and then all crossed through

1915        235 Peabody Buildings, Cartwright Street, Whitechapel, London

 

Information from Forces War Records sent by John TERRY 1/11/2014

First Name:  Daniel 

Initials:  D 

Surname:  KINNER

DOB:  Circa 1864 

Age:  51 

Nationality:  British 

Date of Death:  31/03/1915 

Information:  SON OF THE LATE DANIEL AND MARY KINNER; HUSBAND OF HARRIET AGNES KINNER (NEE BINGHAM), OF 235, PEABODY BUILDINGS, CARTWRIGHT ST., WHITECHAPEL, LONDON. BORN IN LONDON. 

Rank:  Second Hand 

 

Campaign Medals: 

Mercantile Marine War Medal

 

Service:  British Army 

Regiment:  Mercantile Marine

Mercantile Marine during World War 1

 

Battalion:  Steam Trawler "Minotaur" (Grimsby) 

Commemorated:  Britain 

Collection: The IWGC/CWGC Registers Collection 

 

 

More About Daniel KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0400/BINGHAM 0400/KINNER 0300

Baptism: 15 July 1860, St Bartholomew, Moor Lane, London, or St Bartholomew by the Exchange, City of London181,182

Memorial: Tower Hill, London183

Military service: WWI Second Hand Steam Trawler "MINOTAUR" (Grimsby Mercantile Marine183

Occupation: 1871 Scholar; 1891 Fisherman; 1911 Sailor (name entered with family and then crossed through)

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Harriet Agnes BINGHAM:

Addresses

1866        St Luke, Old Street, Fisbury, Middlesex

1871        Baths Workhouse, 11 Chambers, 93 Golden Lane, St Lukes, Finsbury, Middlesex

1880        29 Featherstone Street, Islington, Middlesex (marriage)

1881        B6 & 7, Golden Lane Baths, St Luke, Middlesex

1891        1 Trelands Terrace, Newington, Yorkshire Indexed as HURNER on ancestry.com

                - married, husband not present

1901        185 Stanhope Buildings, St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey

                - married, husband not present, written on census return but crossed through

1911        23, "B" Block, Peabody Buildings, Glasshouse Street, London

                - married, husband not present, written on census return but crossed through

1915        235 Peabody Buildings, Cartwright Street, Whitechapel, London (for husband's death)

1915        23, "B" Block, Peabody Buildings, Glasshouse Street, London. (for son's death)

1922        23, "B" Block, Peabody Buildings, Glasshouse Street, London

                (Forces War Records for medals of son Charles)

1922        23, "B" Block, Peabody Buildings, Glasshouse Street, London

                (Forces War Records for medals of husband Daniel)

 

On the 1911 census Harriet is shown as having 12 children, 6 surviving and 6 had died, we have 11 children with 5 deaths.  Another possible child has been found, Albert, born June quarter 1902 Southwark District, London, died September quarter 1902 St Olave District, London.

 

More About Harriet Agnes BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BINGHAM 0400/KINNER 0300

Occupation: 1881, 1911 Bookfolder

Residences: See Notes

       

Children are listed above under (7) Harriet Agnes BINGHAM.

 

13.  Jerome Henry3 PRESS (Sarah2 BINGHAM, Maurice1)184 was born Bet. July - September 1880 in St Luke, Middlesex or Holborn District, Middlesex184,185,186, and died Bet. January - March 1915 in Dartford, Kent Age 35186,187.

 

Notes for Jerome Henry PRESS:

Addresses

1881        B26, Golden Lane Baths, St Luke, Middlesex

1891        Not found

1901        16 Hace Walk, Hoxton, Shoreditch, London

                Jerome was shown as a nephew of Thomas CAISSE (45) Boot Finisher born London St

                Lukes and Bridget CAISSE? (45) born London, St Lukes (RG13/277 Folio 57 Page 41)

1911        Not found

 

Possibly a son, Jerome Henry PRESS born December quarter 1907 Shoreditch District, London

 

More About Jerome Henry PRESS:

A Chart Number: PRESS 0400/PRESS 0300

Occupation: 1901 Boot Finisher

Residences: See Notes

       

Child of Jerome Henry PRESS is:

                 i.    Jerome Henry4 PRESS188, b. Bet. October - December 1907, Shoreditch District, London188; d. Bet. April - June 1908, Shoreditch District, London age 0 (as Jarome on FreeBMD)188,189.

 

More About Jerome Henry PRESS:

A Chart Number: PRESS 0300

 

 

14.  Mary Ann3 PRESS (Sarah2 BINGHAM, Maurice1)190 was born 14 March 1882 in Baths, Middlesex or St Lukes, Middlesex (1911)190, and died Unknown.  She married Frederick Charles BOTTERELL Bet. April - June 1900 in Shoreditch District, Middlesex191.  He was born Abt. 1878 in St Lukes, London, Middlesex (1901) or City of London (1911), and died Unknown.

 

Notes for Mary Ann PRESS:

Addresses

1891        Not found

1901        4 Buttesland Street, Hoxton, Shoreditch, London

1911        53 Great Chart Street, Hoxton, Shoreditch, London

 

On the 1911 census Mary is shown as having 5 children, 4 survive, 1 has died.  On looking at the information on FreeBMD there is only one death for a BOTTERELL baby between 1900 and 1911 in the Shoreditch and St Luke Districts and that is for a Gladys.  A Gladys Victoria A BOTTERELL was born Decembe quarter in the Holborn District, London.  Details for this child have been entered until further information is required.

 

Information for Mary was given to us by a Linda SMITH.  She said that the "Registration District was Baths, Middlesex which seems a little strange.  However, it is believes that this shows that Mary was born at Golden Lane, Baths, where the family were living at the time of the 1881 census.

 

More About Mary Ann PRESS:

A Chart Number: PRESS 0400/BOTTERELL 0300

Occupation: 1911 Laundress, Collar Ironer

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Frederick Charles BOTTERELL:

Addresses

1901        4 Buttesland Street, Hoxton, Shoreditch, London

1911        53 Great Chart Street, Hoxton, Shoreditch, London

 

More About Frederick Charles BOTTERELL:

A Chart Number: PRESS 0400/BOTTERELL 0300

Occupation: 1901, 1911 Bricklayer

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Mary PRESS and Frederick BOTTERELL are:

23.            i.    Lilian Mary E4 BOTTERELL, b. Bet. April - June 1901, Shoreditch, London; d. Unknown.

24.            ii.    Violet Ruby E BOTTERELL, b. Bet. April - June 1903, Shoreditch, Middlesex; d. Unknown.

                iii.    Gladys Victoria A BOTTERELL192, b. Bet. October - December 1904, Holborn, Middlesex age 5Holborn District, London192; d. Bet. July - September 1905, Shoreditch District, London age 0192.

 

More About Gladys Victoria A BOTTERELL:

A Chart Number: BOTTERELL 0300

 

               iv.    Hilda Annie BOTTERELL193,194, b. Bet. April - June 1906, St Lukes, London, Middlesex (registered Shoreditch District)195,196; d. Unknown; m. Leonard G TREVETT196, Bet. January - March 1928, Wandsworth District, London196; b. Abt. 1901197; d. Unknown.

 

Notes for Hilda Annie BOTTERELL:

Addresses

1911        53 Great Chart Street, Hoxton, Shoreditch, London

 

More About Hilda Annie BOTTERELL:

A Chart Number: Bishopsgate, St Luke, Middlesex

Occupation: 1911 School

Residences: See Notes

 

More About Leonard G TREVETT:

A Chart Number: BOTTERELL 0300

 

                v.    Frederick Charles BOTTERELL198,199, b. Bet. July - September 1908, St Lukes, London, Middlesex200,201; d. Unknown; m. Amey L PAGE201, Bet. April - June 1933, Edmonton Disitrct, Middlesex201; b. Abt. 1913202; d. Unknown.

 

Notes for Frederick Charles BOTTERELL:

Addresses

1911        53 Great Chart Street, Hoxton, Shoreditch, London

 

More About Frederick Charles BOTTERELL:

A Chart Number: BOTTERELL 0300

Occupation: 1911 School

Residences: See Notes

 

More About Amey L PAGE:

A Chart Number: BOTTERELL 0300

 

               vi.    Rose M BOTTERELL203, b. Bet. April - June 1912, Shoreditch District, London203; d. Bet. October - December 1913, London City District, London age 1203.

 

More About Rose M BOTTERELL:

A Chart Number: BOTTERELL 0300

 

               vii.    Elsie H BOTTERELL203, b. Bet. April - June 1913, Shoreditch District, London203; d. Unknown; m. Ernest WILLIAMS203, Bet. April - June 1936, Islington District, London203; b. Abt. 1908204; d. Unknown.

 

More About Elsie H BOTTERELL:

A Chart Number: BOTTERELL 0300

 

More About Ernest WILLIAMS:

A Chart Number: BOTTERELL 0300

 

              viii.    Maryann E BOTTERELL205, b. Bet. July - September 1914, Shoreditch District, London205; d. Bet. July - September 1921, London City District, London age 7205.

 

More About Maryann E BOTTERELL:

A Chart Number: BOTTERELL 0300

 

               ix.    Alfred J BOTTERELL205, b. Bet. April - June 1920, Shoreditch District, London205; d. Unknown.

 

More About Alfred J BOTTERELL:

A Chart Number: BOTTERELL 0300

 

25.           x.    Peter BOTTERELL, b. Private.

               xi.    Frank BOTTERELL205, b. Bet. January - March 1925, Shoreditch District, London205; d. Unknown.

 

More About Frank BOTTERELL:

A Chart Number: BOTTERELL 0300

 

               xii.    Leonard R BOTTERELL205, b. Bet. July - September 1927, Shoreditch District, London205; d. Unknown.

 

More About Leonard R BOTTERELL:

A Chart Number: BOTTERELL 0300

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

15.  Harriett4 KINNER (Daniel3, Mary Ann2 BINGHAM, Maurice1)206 was born Bet. January - March 1891 in Hull, Yorkshire206,207, and died Unknown.  She married John CROUCH208 Bet. April - June 1912 in Whitechapel District, London208.  He was born Abt. 1886209, and died Unknown.

 

Notes for Harriett KINNER:

Addresses

1891        1 Trelands Terrace, Newington, Yorkshire Indexed as HURNER on ancestry.com

1901        185 Stanhope Buildings, St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey

1911        23, "B" Block, Peabody Buildings, Glasshouse Street, London

 

More About Harriett KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0300

Occupation: 1911 Servant

Residences: See Notes

 

More About John CROUCH:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0300

       

Children of Harriett KINNER and John CROUCH are:

                 i.    Ivy E H5 CROUCH, b. Private; m. John WE HOLLOWAY210, Private; b. Abt. 1908211; d. Unknown.

 

More About John WE HOLLOWAY:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0300

 

                 ii.    John CROUCH, b. Private.

                iii.    Miriam E CROUCH, b. Private.

               iv.    Gladys B CROUCH, b. Private.

                v.    Joyce I CROUCH, b. Private.

               vi.    Thomas A CROUCH, b. Private.

 

 

16.  Miriam Mary "Milly"4 KINNER (Daniel3, Mary Ann2 BINGHAM, Maurice1)212,213 was born 5 February 1901 in 185 Stanhope Buildings, Southwark, London214,215, and died Bet. April - June 1975 in North Middlesex Hospital, Edmonton, Middlesex215,216.  She married Stanley John SALTER217 Bet. October - December 1936 in All Hallows, Tottenham, Middlesex217,218.  He was born 4 April 1897 in Edmonton District, Middlesex219,220, and died 16 February 1942 in WWII221.

 

Notes for Miriam Mary "Milly" KINNER:

Addresses

1901        185 Stanhope Buildings, St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey (Age 2 months)

1911        23, "B" Block, Peabody Buildings, Glasshouse Street, London

1942        Tottenham, London, Middlesex (Forces War Records for medals of husband Stanley)

 

More About Miriam Mary "Milly" KINNER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0300/SALTER 0200

Baptism: 12 March 1901, St Michael and All Angels, Southwark, London222

Occupation: 1911 School; Housewife223

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Stanley John SALTER:

Parents George Leonard SALTER - 1901 Bath Chair Man, and Mary Eliza (Elizabeth) CARTER

 

Addresses

1901        Palmerston Road, Acton, London

1911        28 Kirchen Road, Ealing, Middlesex.

                Living with his mother who is with her mother.

 

From Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 31/1/2007

Stanley John SALTER was reported missing believed dead at the Fall of Singapore.

 

Information from Forces War Records sent by John TERRY 1/11/2014

First Name:  Stanley John 

Initials:  S J 

Surname:  SALTER

DOB:  Circa 1896 

Age:  46 

Nationality:  British 

Date of Death:  16/02/1942 

Information:  SON OF GEORGE AND ELIZA SALTER; HUSBAND OF MIRIAM MARY SALTER, OF TOTTENHAM, MIDDLESEX. 

Rank:  Petty Officer 

Service Number:  P/J34797 

 

Campaign Medals: 

War Medal 1939-1945

 

As with most Armed Forces Serving Personal during the conflict of World War Two, Stanley John SALTER was entitled to the War Medal 1939-1945. This medal was awarded to all full time service personnel who had completed 28 days service between 3rd September 1939 and the 2nd September 1945. Eligible personnel who had been “Mentioned In Despatches” during the War were entitled to wear a bronze oak leaf emblem on the ribbon. Those eligible for a campaign star, yet who had their service cut short by death, wounds or capture by the enemy, still qualified for this medal.

 

1939-45 Star

 

Given the information available to us it is likely that Stanley John SALTER was awarded the 1939-45 Star for operational Service in the Second World War between 3rd September 1939, and 2nd September 1945.

 

Stanley John SALTER would have been awarded this star if their service period was terminated by their death or disability due to service. Also the award of a gallantry medal or “Mention In Despatches” also produced the award of this medal, regardless of their service duration.

 

Fighter Aircraft Crew who took part in the Battle of Britain (10 July to 31 October 1940) were awarded the "Battle of Britain" bar to this medal. In undress uniform, a silver-gilt rosette was worn on the medal ribbon to denote the award of this clasp.

 

Service:  Royal Navy 

Ship:  HMS Sultan

HMS Sultan during World War 2

More information about HMS Sultan

 

Commemorated:  Britain 

Collection: The IWGC/CWGC Registers Collection

 

2nd ENTRY (Information about medals identical to first entry

 

First Name:  Stanley John 

Initials:  S 

Surname:  SALTER

Nationality:  British 

Date of Death:  16/02/1942 

Information:  Son of George and Eliza SALTER;  husband of Miriam Mary SALTER, of Tottenham, Middlesex. Died ashore 

Rank:  Petty Officer 

Service Number:  P/J34797 

 

Commemorated:  Panel 92 Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire, United Kingdom

 

More About Stanley John SALTER:

A Chart Number: KINNER 0300/SALTER 0200

Memorial: Portsmouth Naval Memorial224

Military service: WWII Petty Officer H M S "SULTAN" Service No P/J34797225

Occupation: 1911 Apprentice Printer (Compositor)

Residences: See Notes

       

Child of Miriam KINNER and Stanley SALTER is:

                 i.    Miriam "Mym" Gladys5 SALTER, b. Private; m. (1) Peter A J SHAW, Private; b. Private; m. (2) Peter N CLEWS, Private; b. Private.

 

 

17.  Charles Fraser4 TERRY (Agnes3 BINGHAM, Maurice2, Maurice1)226 was born 12 March 1908 in 3 Bickley Street, Tooting, Surrey226, and died 18 June 1974 in Shorelands Hospital, Shoreham, Sussex227.  He married Olive Kathleen POWELL228,229 10 September 1932 in St Lawrence, Morden, Surrey230.  She was born 14 September 1908 in 2.50 a.m. 9 Coteford Street, Tooting, Surrey231, and died 9 June 1983 in 54 Church Road, Horley, Surrey232.

 

Notes for Charles Fraser TERRY:

Addresses

1908-????        3 Bickley Street, Tooting

1911-????        29 Boscombe Road, Tooting, London SW

1922-                32 Eastbourne Road, Tooting

1929-1932        18 Acre Lane, Carshalton, Surrey

1932-1952        48 Tilehurst Road, Cheam, Surrey

1952-1970        74 Tudor Avenue, Worcester Park, Surrey

1970-1974        25 Milton Close, Lancing, Sussex

 

Birth Certificate held

        Registration district-Wandsworth

        Sub-district-Streatham in the County of London

        Registered 06 Apr 1908 by his father

        Registrar Charles T SMITH

        Fathers occupation at birth-Printer, Compositor

 

Marriage certificate held

        His  info-Age-24,  Condition-Bachelor, Rank-Monotype  Operator, 

        Residence-18  Acre Lane, Carshalton, Surrey,

        Father-Charles George TERRY,

        Rank-Monotype Operator

        Her  info-Age-23,  Condition-Spinster,  Rank-None, 

        Residence-Lynette, Ravensbury Avenue, Morden, Surrey,

        Father-Albert Ernest POWELL, 

        Rank- Machine Minder

        Witnesses-Agnes Muriel TERRY and A J C BECK,

        Vicar- Thomas D REYNOLDS

 

Death Certificate held-Information not already stated aboVe

        Usual  address-25 Milton Close, Lancing, Sussex, 

        Name,  qualification and address of informant-

             John Charles TERRY, Son, The Nook, Colchester Road, Great Bromley, Essex,

        Cause of death-1a Uremia II Cardiac  failure, Ventricular aneurysm,

        Certified by G R SHEICK M B, 

        Registered-19 Jun 1974

 

The indentures of Charles Fraser TERRY

        This  indenture must be enrolled at the Chamberlain's  Office,  Guild-

        hall, within Twelve Months; and on the death or change of Master,  the

        Apprentice  must  come to Stationer's Hall, to be TURNED OVER  to  the

        Executor, or New Master and afterwards go to the Chamberlain's Office,

        or he may lose his Freedom

        This  Indenture Witnesseth, That Charles Fraser Terry, the Son of  (a)

        Charles  George Terry of 32 Eastbourne Road, Tooting Junction  in  the

        County  of  Surrey, Monotpye Operator by and with consent of  (b)  the

        said  Charles George Terry doth put himself Apprentice to Bernard  Guy

        Harrison  Citizen and STATIONER of London, to learn his Art of a  Com-

        positor  to serve from the Day of the Date hereof, until the full  End

        and  Term of (c) Seven Years from thence next following, to  be  fully

        complete  and  ended. During which Term the said Apprentice  his  said

        Master  faithfully shall serve, his Secrets keep, his lawful  Commands

        everywhere  gladly do. He shall do no Damage to his said  Master,  nor

        see  to  be done of others, but that he do his Power  shall  lett,  or

        forthwith  give warning to his said Master of the same. He  shall  not

        waste the Goods of his said Master, nor lend- them unlawfully to  any.

        He shall not commit Fornification, nor contract Matriomony during  the

        saidterm. He shall not play Cards, Dice Tables, or any other  unlawful

        Games,  whereby his said Master may have any loss. With his own  Goods

        or  others, during the said Term, without Licence of his said  Master,

        he  shall neither Buy or Sell. He shall not haunt Taverns,  nor  Play-

        houses, nor absent himself from the said Master's Service without  his

        Consent  unlawfully;  But in all Things as a  faithful  Apprentice  he

        shall  behave himself towards his said Master and all His, during  the

        said  Term. And the said Master in Consideraton of (d~)  the  premises

        his said Apprentice in the same Art and Mystery of a Compositor  which

        he useth, by the best means that he shall Teach and Instruct, or cause

        to  be Taught and instructed, according to the Custom of the  City  of

        London,  during  the said Term, paying unto his  said  Apprentice  the

        following  Wages, namely:-(e) Twelve shillings per week for the  first

        year, Fourteen shiilings per week for the second year, Seventeen shil-

        lings  per week for the third year, Twenty one shillings per week  for

        the  fouth  year, one third of a Compositors wages per  week  for  the

        fifth  year,  One half of a Compositors wages per week for  the  sixth

        year  and  one half of a Compositors wages per week  for  the  seventh

        year,  And the said (f) Charles George Terry in Consideration of  such

        payment to the Apprentice shall and will provide for the said  Appren-

        tice  during  the said Term, Meat, Drink, Apparel,  Lodging,  and  all

        other Necessaries, and shall and will keep the said master indemnified

        from  all claims and demands, costs and expenses, in respect  thereof.

        And  to the true Performance of all and every the said  Covenants  and

        Agreements  each  of the said several Parties binds himself  unto  the

        other  and others jointly and severally by these Presents. In  Witness

        where-of,  the Parties above named to these Indentures have put  their

        Hands  and Seals the Thirteenth Day of June in the Thirteenth Year  of

        the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George of the United Kingdom of  Great

        Britain  and  Ireland,  King, &c., and in the Year of  our  Lord,  One

        thousand Nine hundred and twenty two

        Presented the Day and Year aforesaid before-Charles Rivington  Esquire

        (Master) Reginald Rivington, Clerk and Bernard Guy Harrison

        Outdoor!!

        (a) Insert fathers name and address, and occupation, and if  deceased,

        so state and add now residing with A, B, of &c., his guardian

        (b)  Insert name of parent or guardian, and if the latter,  quote  ad-

        dress, &c.

        (c) Fill in 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 as the case may be.

        (d) Here insert premium and how paid, or other consideration

        (e) State wages to be paid during the term

        (f) Father or Guardian.

        ___________________________________

       

        Admitted to The Worshipful Company of Stationers 5th June 1930

        Freeman of the City of London 5th June 1930

       ____________________________________

 

       Firms worked for: Harrisons; Eyre & Spottiswoods; George Barber & Sons;

                             Jewish Chronicle

        ____________________________________

 

Surrey Education Commitee

        Memorandum from Head Teacher

        Links Boys' Council School, Tooting S.W.

        30 Mar 192?

        Charles TERRY has been with me in Form VII during the past 12 months

        I have, at all time, found him industrious, willing and trustworthy.

        He  is  above the average at his class work and is one of  our  School

        Prefects

           F. FOSS, Class Teacher

        Fully endorsed by

           M. A. FAYESS

           Headmaster

        __________________________________

 

The Stationers' Company and Printing Industry Technical Board

        This is to Certify that C F TERRY

        has regularly attended a Course of Instruction in Composing at

        London  School of Printing and Kindred Trades and has been  awarded  a

        First Class Pass at an Examination held at Stationers' Hall in 1926

        Frederick  H WINTER??? Master of the Worshipful Company  of  Sta-

        tioners

        Arthur H Wilson??? Examiner

        W STEVENS Vice Chariman of Technical Board

        ----------------------------------

 

 THIS  IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me CHARLES FRASER TERRY of  74

        Tudor Avenue, Worcester Park in the County of Surrey

        1.  PROVIDED  that she survives me by at least one  calendar  month  I

        appoint  my wife Olive Kathleen Terry to be sole Executrix of this  my

        Will  and I give devise and bequeath to her all  property  whatsovever

        whether real or personal which I may be possesed of or entitled to  at

        my  death or of which I may then be competent to dispose: but  if  she

        predeceases  me or fails to survive me by at least one calendar  month

        then the following provisions of this mt Will shall have effect.

        2.  (a) SUBJECT to the foregoing and if my wife's mother  Agnes  Olive

        POWELL  survives  me,  I appoint Barclays  Bank  Limited  (hereinafter

        called  "the Bank" to be Executors and Trustees of this my Will and  I

        declare  that  the bank's general terms and conditions upon  which  it

        acts  as  Executor and Trustee last published before the  date  hereof

        shall apply and be incorporated herein and the Bank shall be  entitled

        to remuneration be fees and otherwise in accordance with the terms  of

        remuneration  usually  charged by it at the date of my death  for  its

        services in acting as Executor and Trustee of a Will AND

        (b)  I direct that any freehold and leasehold house of land I  may  be

        entitled  to at my death be sold and out of the proceeds of  sale  the

        Bank shall set aside the sum of £1500 to be held by the Bank on  trust

        to  invest the same in any investments authorised by law for  the  in-

        vestment  of  trust funds and out of the capital so invested  and  the

        income  derived therefrom to make such payments as the Bank  may  from

        time to time in its discretion think fit for the necessary maintenance

        and  support of the said Agnes Olive POWELL for as long as  she  shall

        live or until the said capital shall be exhausted AND

        (c)  Subject  to  payment of my just debts  funeral  and  testamentary

        expenses  and death duties I give devise and bequeath all the  residue

        of my estate (including any balance remaining of the said capital  sum

        of  £1500 and income derived therefrom at the death of the said  Agnes

        Olive  POWELL)  to be divided in equal shares among my  children  John

        Charles TERRY and Jean Kathleen WHEATON

        3. IF the said Agnes Olive POWELL predeceases me then the  lastpreced-

        ing  clause No 2 of this my Will shall not have effect and  instead  I

        appoint  my  children the said John Charles TERRY  and  Jean  Kathleen

        WHEATON to be Executors of this my Will and I give deivse and bequeath

        all  property whatsoever of which I may die possessed or competent  to

        dispose  or to which I may be entitled at my death to be  divided  be-

        tween my said children in equal shares

        AS  WITNESS  my  hand this     day of One thousand  nine  hundred  and

        sixty-eight

        Signed  by  the above names CHARLES FRASER TERRY as and for  his  last

        Will in  the  presence of us both present at the same time who  at  his

        request in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereun-

        to set our names as witnesses:-

 

More About Charles Fraser TERRY:

A Chart Number: TERRY 0300/POWELL 0300/TERRY 0200

Burial: June 1974, Cremated at Findon Crematorium, Sussex

Cause of Death: 1a Uremia II Cardiac  failure, Ventricular aneurysm232

Occupation: 1911 Apprentice Compositor at Harrisons; Monotype Operator

Residences: See Notes

Will: 21 June 1968233

 

Notes for Olive Kathleen POWELL:

Addresses

                  1908                      9 Coteford Street, Tooting, Surrey

                  1910-1911             89 Renmuir Street, Tooting Junctionn, Surrey

                  1912-1914             105a Silverthorne, Battersea, Surrey

                  1915                      96 Tennyson Street, Battersea, Surrey

                  1916-1925           96 Park Avenue, Mitcham, Surrey

                  1917                      Chipstead Golf House, Banstead, Surrey 

                  1925-1932             35 Lynwood Road, Tooting Surrey

                  1932                      Lynette, 1 Ravensbury Avenue, Morden, Surrey

                  1932-1952             48 Tilehurst Road, Cheam, Surrey

                  1952-1970             74 Tudor Avenue, Worcester Park, Surrey

                  1970-1979             25 Milton Close, Lancing, Sussex

                  1979-1983             54 Church Road, Horley, Surrey

 

        Birth certificate held-  Registration district-Wandsworth

                                 Sub-district-Streatham in the County of London

                                 Registered 06 Oct 1908 by her mother

                                 One of twins born 02.50 a.m. (see also Charles Ernest)

                                 Registrar Charles T SMITH

                                 Fathers occupation at birth-Printing machine operator

 

        Marriage  certificateL held-see Charles Fraser TERRY (spouse) No53$ for info.

 

        Death certificate held-information follows that does not already appear above.

        Occupation and usual address-Dressmaker  (retired) 

        Widow  of Charles Fraser TERRY, Monotype Operator (retired) 54 Church Road, Horley,

        Name, Qualification and address of informant-Dennis Ian WHEATON, Son-in-Law, 4 Manor

        Drive, Horley, Surrey,

        Cause of  death-1a Coronary Arteryocclusion (b) Ischemic heart Disease and Cor Pulmonale

        (2) Chronic Bronchitis and Emphysea, certified by Geo M McEWAB Coroner for Surrey after

        postmortem without inquest,

        registered 13 Jun 1983. Registrar-Leonard S JOHNSON.

 

 

 

More About Olive Kathleen POWELL:

Baptism: 4 June 1913, St Philips, Battersea, Surrey234

Burial: 16 June 1983, Ashes to Worthing Crematorium, Findon, Sussex

Cause of Death: See below

Cremation: 16 June 1908, Surrey and Sussex Crematorium, Crawley, Sussex

Medical Information: 1a Coronary Arteryocclusion (b) Ischemic heart              Disease and Cor Pulmonale (2) Chronic Bronchitis and Emphysea235

Occupation: Tailoress; Dressmaker

Probate: 12 September 1968

Will: 21 June 1968236

       

Children of Charles TERRY and Olive POWELL are:

26.            i.    Jean Kathleen5 TERRY, b. Private.

27.            ii.    John Charles TERRY, b. Private.

 

 

18.  Clara Ellen4 BINGHAM (Richard3, Maurice2, Maurice1)237,238 was born 3 September 1898 in Bethnal Green, London238,239,240, and died 21 May 1993 in Thurrock District, Essex age 94241,242.  She married Arthur Charles KEELEY243 Bet. January - March 1916 in Poplar District, London244.  He was born 5 July 1896 in Stepney District, London245,246, and died 9 November 1977 in Barking District, London247,248.

 

Notes for Clara Ellen BINGHAM:

Addresses

1901        141 Boundary Road, Barking, Essex

1911        47 Turners Road, Limehouse, London

 

More About Clara Ellen BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300/KEELEY 0200

Residences: See Notes

 

More About Arthur Charles KEELEY:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300/KEELEY 0300

       

Children of Clara BINGHAM and Arthur KEELEY are:

28.            i.    Arthur R5 KEELEY, b. Private.

                 ii.    Victor James KEELEY249,250,251, b. 20 September 1920, Mile End District, London252,253; d. March 1987, Brentwood District, Essex age 66254,255; m. Yvonne SUMMERS, Private; b. Private.

 

More About Victor James KEELEY:

A Chart Number: KEELEY 0200

 

                iii.    Iris J KEELEY, b. Private; m. Harold V VINCENT, Private; b. Private.

 

 

19.  Richard "Dick" Maurice4 BINGHAM (Richard3, Maurice2, Maurice1)256 was born Bet. July - September 1900 in Dalston, London257,258, and died Bet. October - December 1963 in Romford District, Essex age 63259.  He married Jessie A DELLER260,261 Bet. April - June 1940 in Stepney District, London261.  She was born Abt. 1905262, and died Unknown.

 

Notes for Richard "Dick" Maurice BINGHAM:

Addresses

1901        141 Boundary Road, Barking, Essex

1911        47 Turners Road, Limehouse, London

 

We were given a death date of 29 March 1966.  However, the Richard who died in the March quarter of 1966 was 86 years old whereas this Richard would only have been 66.  I thought that perhaps the 1966 death date was for this Richard's father.

 

More About Richard "Dick" Maurice BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300/BINGHAM 0202

Residences: See Notes

 

More About Jessie A DELLER:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300/BINGHAM 0202

       

Child of Richard BINGHAM and Jessie DELLER is:

                 i.    Cynthia5 BINGHAM, b. Private.

 

 

20.  Grace Lilian4 BINGHAM (Richard3, Maurice2, Maurice1)263,264,265 was born Bet. July - September 1902 in Bethnal Green District, London265, and died Unknown.  She married (1) Alfred G HORTON266,267 Bet. January - March 1925 in Poplar District, London267.  He was born Abt. 1897268, and died Unknown.  She married (2) Ernest ROSE269 Bet. July - September 1944 in Birkenhead District, Cheshire270.  He was born Abt. 1896271, and died Unknown.

 

Notes for Grace Lilian BINGHAM:

Addresses

1911        47 Turners Road, Limehouse, London

 

More About Grace Lilian BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300/HORTON/ROSE 0200

 

More About Alfred G HORTON:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300/HORTON ROSE 0200

 

More About Ernest ROSE:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300/HORTON/ROSE 0200

       

Children of Grace BINGHAM and Alfred HORTON are:

                 i.    James J5 HORTON, b. Private.

                 ii.    Alan A E HORTON, b. Private.

                iii.    Ruth HORTON272, b. Abt. 1933, (registration not found)273; d. March 2001, age 68 (registration not found).

 

       

Child of Grace BINGHAM and Ernest ROSE is:

               iv.    Colin V5 ROSE, b. Private.

 

 

21.  Arthur4 BINGHAM (Richard3, Maurice2, Maurice1)274 was born 22 August 1908 in Stepney District, London275,276, and died February 2001 in Cambridge District, Cambridgeshire Age 92277,278.  He married Lillian M REYNOLDS279,280 Bet. July - September 1931 in Stepney District, London280.  She was born Abt. 1911281, and died Abt. 1986 in (registration not found)282.

 

Notes for Arthur BINGHAM:

Addresses

1911        47 Turners Road, Limehouse, London

 

More About Arthur BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300/BINGHAM 0201

 

More About Lillian M REYNOLDS:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300/BINGHAM 0201

       

Children of Arthur BINGHAM and Lillian REYNOLDS are:

                 i.    Carl A5 BINGHAM, b. Private.

                 ii.    Valerie A BINGHAM, b. Private.

 

 

22.  Stanley4 BINGHAM (Richard3, Maurice2, Maurice1)283 was born 13 June 1914 in Turners Road, Bermondsey(?), London283,284, and died 1998 in Toronto, Canada285.  He married Rosalie Leonora WILSON285 25 August 1940 in Stepney District, London285,286,287.  She was born 26 February 1919 in Swansea, South Wales288, and died 1986289.

 

More About Stanley BINGHAM:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300/BINGHAM 0200

Occupation: French Polisher

 

Notes for Rosalie Leonora WILSON:

Addresses

1943        374 Lodge Avenue, Dagenham, Essex (see below)

 

Information from Clive BINGHAM 11/7/2004

As a child I remember Granny Bingham, [Clara] and  granddad [Richard] living at Becontree, a few hundred yards from The Robin Hood [pub], in Dagenham. It was a cul-de-sac, so probably NOT Boundary Road.  Granny Bingham died while at this address, whist Granddad went to live, [I believe] at daughter Clara's house...374 Lodge Avenue , Dagenham, Essex. where Rose and her newborn Clive resided, during the blitz, 1943.

 

 

More About Rosalie Leonora WILSON:

A Chart Number: BiNGHAM 0300/BINGHAM 0200

       

Children of Stanley BINGHAM and Rosalie WILSON are:

29.            i.    Clive Stanley5 BINGHAM, b. Private.

30.            ii.    Michael Richard BINGHAM, b. Private.

31.           iii.    Jacqueline Frances BINGHAM, b. Private.

 

 

23.  Lilian Mary E4 BOTTERELL (Mary Ann3 PRESS, Sarah2 BINGHAM, Maurice1)290,291 was born Bet. April - June 1901 in Shoreditch, London292,293, and died Unknown.  She married Seymour Ebenezer C TERRY293 Bet. October - December 1928 in Dartford District, Kent293.  He was born Bet. January - March 1902 in Dartford District, Kent293, and died Unknown.

 

Notes for Lilian Mary E BOTTERELL:

Addresses

1911        53 Great Chart Street, Hoxton, Shoreditch, London

 

More About Lilian Mary E BOTTERELL:

A Chart Number: BOTTERELL 0300/TERRY 020?

Occupation: 1911 School

Residences: See Notes

 

More About Seymour Ebenezer C TERRY:

A Chart Number: BOTTERELL 0300/TERRY 020?

       

Child of Lilian BOTTERELL and Seymour TERRY is:

                 i.    Anne E G5 TERRY, b. Private.

 

 

24.  Violet Ruby E4 BOTTERELL (Mary Ann3 PRESS, Sarah2 BINGHAM, Maurice1)294,295 was born Bet. April - June 1903 in Shoreditch, Middlesex296,297, and died Unknown.  She married Frederick W F BOURTON297 Bet. October - December 1931 in Finsbury District, London as Violet E R297.  He was born Abt. 1898298, and died Unknown.

 

Notes for Violet Ruby E BOTTERELL:

Addresses

1911        53 Great Chart Street, Hoxton, Shoreditch, London as Ruby

 

More About Violet Ruby E BOTTERELL:

A Chart Number: BOTTERELL 0300/BOURTON 0200

Occupation: 1911 School

Residences: See Notes

 

More About Frederick W F BOURTON:

A Chart Number: BOTTERELL 0300/BOURTON 0200

       

Child of Violet BOTTERELL and Frederick BOURTON is:

                 i.    Brian W5 BOURTON, b. Private.

 

 

25.  Peter4 BOTTERELL (Mary Ann3 PRESS, Sarah2 BINGHAM, Maurice1) was born Private.  He married Ivy B E ANDREWS Private.  She was born Private.

       

Children of Peter BOTTERELL and Ivy ANDREWS are:

                 i.    Carol A5 BOTTERELL, b. Private.

                 ii.    Linda BOTTERELL, b. Private.

                iii.    Janice BOTTERELL, b. Private.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

26.  Jean Kathleen5 TERRY (Charles Fraser4, Agnes3 BINGHAM, Maurice2, Maurice1) was born Private.  She married Dennis Ian WHEATON Private.  He was born Private.

       

Children of Jean TERRY and Dennis WHEATON are:

                 i.    Paul Charles6 WHEATON, b. Private; m. Lorraine Frances GOODMAN, Private; b. Private.

32.            ii.    Lynne Kathryn WHEATON, b. Private.

 

 

27.  John Charles5 TERRY (Charles Fraser4, Agnes3 BINGHAM, Maurice2, Maurice1) was born Private.  He married Jacqueline Irene POLTON Private.  She was born Private.

       

Children of John TERRY and Jacqueline POLTON are:

33.            i.    Andrew Paul6 TERRY, b. Private.

34.            ii.    Robert Fraser TERRY, b. Private.

35.           iii.    Madeleine Elizabeth TERRY, b. Private.

36.          iv.    Eleanor Ruth TERRY, b. Private.

 

 

28.  Arthur R5 KEELEY (Clara Ellen4 BINGHAM, Richard3, Maurice2, Maurice1) was born Private.  He married Constance G PYKERMAN Private.  She was born Private.

       

Children of Arthur KEELEY and Constance PYKERMAN are:

                 i.    Christopher A R6 KEELEY, b. Private.

                 ii.    Constance Linda "Linda" KEELEY, b. Private.

                iii.    Victor E KEELEY, b. Private.

               iv.    Susan G KEELEY, b. Private.

 

 

29.  Clive Stanley5 BINGHAM (Stanley4, Richard3, Maurice2, Maurice1) was born Private.  He married Joyce Elizabeth LEE Private.  She was born Private.

       

Children of Clive BINGHAM and Joyce LEE are:

37.            i.    Christopher Richard Albert6 BINGHAM, b. Private.

                 ii.    Victoria Jane BINGHAM, b. Private.

                iii.    Kerry Catherine BINGHAM, b. Private.

 

 

30.  Michael Richard5 BINGHAM (Stanley4, Richard3, Maurice2, Maurice1) was born Private.  He married Peggy HAND Private.  She was born Private.

       

Children of Michael BINGHAM and Peggy HAND are:

                 i.    Rachel6 BINGHAM, b. Private.

                 ii.    Rebbekah BINGHAM, b. Private.

 

 

31.  Jacqueline Frances5 BINGHAM (Stanley4, Richard3, Maurice2, Maurice1) was born Private.  She married Peter STEELE Private.  He was born Private.

       

Child of Jacqueline BINGHAM and Peter STEELE is:

38.            i.    Richard6 STEELE, b. Private.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

32.  Lynne Kathryn6 WHEATON (Jean Kathleen5 TERRY, Charles Fraser4, Agnes3 BINGHAM, Maurice2, Maurice1) was born Private.  She married David Robert John ALSTON Private.  He was born Private.

       

Child of Lynne WHEATON and David ALSTON is:

                 i.    Ben David Ian7 ALSTON, b. Private.

 

 

33.  Andrew Paul6 TERRY (John Charles5, Charles Fraser4, Agnes3 BINGHAM, Maurice2, Maurice1) was born Private.  He married Helen Louise KEELING Private.  She was born Private.

       

Children of Andrew TERRY and Helen KEELING are:

                 i.    Jonathan Charles7 TERRY, b. Private.

                 ii.    Katherine Amelia TERRY, b. Private.

 

 

34.  Robert Fraser6 TERRY (John Charles5, Charles Fraser4, Agnes3 BINGHAM, Maurice2, Maurice1) was born Private.  He married (1) Elizabeth Angela DEES Private.  She was born Private.  He married (2) Rebecca "Ria" Margaret BROOME Private.  She was born Private.

       

Child of Robert TERRY and Rebecca BROOME is:

                 i.    Alexander James Rafael Broome7 TERRY, b. Private.

 

 

35.  Madeleine Elizabeth6 TERRY (John Charles5, Charles Fraser4, Agnes3 BINGHAM, Maurice2, Maurice1) was born Private.  She married Daniel Ralph RICKWOOD Private.  He was born Private.

       

Children of Madeleine TERRY and Daniel RICKWOOD are:

                 i.    Indigo Elizabeth7 TERRICK, b. Private.

                 ii.    Ketty Ann Sarah TERRICK, b. Private.

 

 

36.  Eleanor Ruth6 TERRY (John Charles5, Charles Fraser4, Agnes3 BINGHAM, Maurice2, Maurice1) was born Private.  She married (1) Kevyn Joseph CONNELLY Private.  He was born Private.  She married (2) David AMBROSE Private.  He was born Private.  She married (3) Ian MOSS Private.  He was born Private.

       

Child of Eleanor TERRY and Ian MOSS is:

                 i.    Oliver George Aquilla7 MOSS, b. Private.

 

 

37.  Christopher Richard Albert6 BINGHAM (Clive Stanley5, Stanley4, Richard3, Maurice2, Maurice1) was born Private.  He married Kathleen Josephine HUTCHISON Private.  She was born Private.

       

Children of Christopher BINGHAM and Kathleen HUTCHISON are:

                 i.    Zachary Joel7 BINGHAM, b. Private.

                 ii.    Connor Jesse BINGHAM, b. Private.

 

 

38.  Richard6 STEELE (Jacqueline Frances5 BINGHAM, Stanley4, Richard3, Maurice2, Maurice1) was born Private.  He married Marie-Helen VALLIERES Private.  She was born Private.

       

Child of Richard STEELE and Marie-Helen VALLIERES is:

                 i.    Anderson Peter7 STEELE, b. Private.

 

 

 

Endnotes

 

1.  1881 St Luke, Middlesex.

2.  Free BMD web site.

3.  John TERRY's web site  from ancestry.com.

4.  1871 St Luke, Finsbury, Middlesex.

5.  FreeBMD web site.

6.  1881 St Luke, Middlesex.

7.  John TERRY's web site  from ancestry.com.

8.  1871 St Luke, Finsbury, Middlesex.

9.  FreeBMD web site.

10.  John TERRY's web site  from ancestry.com.

11.  FreeBMD web site.

12.  1871 St Luke, Finsbury, Middlesex.

13.  FreeBMD web site.

14.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

15.  FreeBMD web site.

16.  John TERRY's web site 9/1/2010.

17.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

18.  FreeBMD web site.

19.  John TERRY's web site 9/1/2010.

20.  FreeBMD web site.

21.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

22.  FreeBMD web site.

23.  John TERRY's web site 9/1/2010.

24.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

25.  FreeBMD web site.

26.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

27.  John TERRY's web site.

28.  John TERRY's web site  from ancestry.com.

29.  FreeBMD web site.

30.  John TERRY's web site.

31.  FreeBMD web site.

32.  John TERRY's web site.

33.  FreeBMD web site.

34.  John TERRY's web site.

35.  FreeBMD web site.

36.  John TERRY's web site.

37.  FreeBMD web site.

38.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

39.  John TERRY's web site.

40.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

41.  John TERRY's web site.

42.  FreeBMD web site Holborn Distict, Middlesex  Volume 1b Page 696.

43.  John TERRY's web site  from ancestry.com.

44.  FreeBMD web site.

45.  John TERRY's web site  from ancestry.com.

46.  FreeBMD web site.

47.  1871 Whitecross Street, St Luke, Middlesex.

48.  FreeBMD web site.

49.  1871 Whitecross Street, St Luke, Middlesex.

50.  FreeBMD web site.

51.  1871 St Luke, Finsbury, Middlesex.

52.  Free BMD web site.

53.  1881 St Luke, Middlesex.

54.  Free BMD web site.

55.  1881 St Luke, Middlesex.

56.  1891 Shoreditch, London.

57.  1881 St Luke, Middlesex.

58.  FreeBMD web site.

59.  1881 St Luke, Middlesex.

60.  Linda SMITH 17/5/2004.

61.  1881 St Luke, Middlesex.

62.  Free BMD web site.

63.  Linda SMITH 17/5/2004.

64.  Free BMD web site.

65.  Linda SMITH 17/5/2004.

66.  1881 St Luke, Middlesex.

67.  Free BMD web site.

68.  1881 St Luke, Middlesex.

69.  Linda SMITH 19/5/2004.

70.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

71.  FreeBMD web site.

72.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

73.  Free BMD web site.

74.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

75.  Findmypast web site.

76.  Free BMD web site.

77.  John TERRY's web site 9/1/2010.

78.  Approximation.

79.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

80.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

81.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

82.  John TERRY's web site 23/12/2009.

83.  John TERRY's web site.

84.  1901 St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey.

85.  Free BMD web site.

86.  1901 St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey.

87.  Free BMD web site.

88.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

89.  FreeBMD web site.

90.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

91.  1901 Hackney, Middlesex.

92.  John TERRY's web site  from ancestry.com.

93.  1901 Hackney, Middlesex.

94.  Free BMD web site.

95.  John TERRY's web site.

96.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

97.  John TERRY's web site.

98.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

99.  1901 St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey.

100.  John TERRY's web site  from ancestry.com.

101.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

102.  1901 St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey.

103.  Free BMD web site.

104.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

105.  FreeBMD web site.

106.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

107.  FreeBMD web site.

108.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

109.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

110.  John TERRY's web site.

111.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

112.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

113.  Findmypast web site.

114.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

115.  John TERRY's web site.

116.  n.

117.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

118.  John TERRY's web site.

119.  Ancestry.com.

120.  John TERRY's web site.

121.  John TERRY's web site 23/12/2009.

122.  John TERRY's web site.

123.  FreeBMD web site.

124.  John TERRY's web site.

125.  FreeBMD web site.

126.  Approximation.

127.  John TERRY's web site.

128.  FreeBMD web site.

129.  Approximation.

130.  FreeBMD web site.

131.  Free BMD web site.

132.  John TERRY's web site 18/11/2009.

133.  Approximation.

134.  FreeBMD web site.

135.  Marriage Certificate.

136.  Birth Certificate.

137.  Death Certificate.

138.  Birth Certificate.

139.  Marriage Certificate.

140.  Birth Certificate.

141.  Death Certificate.

142.  St Luke, Old Street, Finsbury, London Baptism Register.

143.  Death Certificate.

144.  St Augustine, Bermondsey, Surrey Marriage Register.

145.  Death Certificate.

146.  Birth Certificate.

147.  Death Certificate.

148.  Ancestry.com web site.

149.  Death Certificate.

150.  Clive BINGHAM 22/5/2004.

151.  Free BMD web site.

152.  Ancestry.com.

153.  Clive BINGHAM 16/5/2004.

154.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

155.  Clive BINGHAM 16/5/2004.

156.  1901 Barking, Essex.

157.  FreeBMD web site.

158.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

159.  FreeBMD web site.

160.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

161.  Approximation.

162.  John TERRY's web site  from ancestry.com.

163.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

164.  FreeBMD web site.

165.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

166.  FreeBMD web site.

167.  Clive BINGHAM 16/5/2004.

168.  Approximation.

169.  Clive BINGHAM 22/5/2004.

170.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

171.  Clive BINGHAM 16/5/2004.

172.  Approximation.

173.  Free BMD web site.

174.  Approximation.

175.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

176.  Free BMD web site.

177.  John TERRY's web site 9/1/2010.

178.  Free BMD web site.

179.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

180.  Findmypast web site.

181.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

182.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

183.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

184.  1881 St Luke, Middlesex.

185.  Free BMD web site.

186.  Linda SMITH 17/5/2004.

187.  FreeBMD web site.

188.  Linda SMITH 17/5/2004.

189.  FreeBMD web site.

190.  Linda SMITH 18/5/2004.

191.  John TERRY's web site  from ancestry.com.

192.  FreeBMD web site.

193.  1911 Hoxton, Shoreditch, London.

194.  FreeBMD web site.

195.  1911 Hoxton, Shoreditch, London.

196.  FreeBMD web site.

197.  Approximation.

198.  1911 Hoxton, Shoreditch, London.

199.  FreeBMD web site.

200.  1911 Hoxton, Shoreditch, London.

201.  FreeBMD web site.

202.  Approximation.

203.  FreeBMD web site.

204.  Approximation.

205.  FreeBMD web site.

206.  1901 St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey.

207.  John TERRY's web site.

208.  FreeBMD web site.

209.  Approximation.

210.  FreeBMD web site.

211.  Approximation.

212.  1901 St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey.

213.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

214.  1901 St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey.

215.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

216.  FreeBMD web site.

217.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

218.  John TERRY's web site 23/12/2009.

219.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

220.  FreeBMD web site.

221.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

222.  John TERRY's web site 8/1/2010.

223.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

224.  John TERRY's web site.

225.  Mym CLEWES to John TERRY 30/1/2007.

226.  Birth Certificate.

227.  Death Certificate.

228.  Marriage Certificate.

229.  Birth Certificate.

230.  Marriage Certificate.

231.  Birth Certificate.

232.  Death Certificate.

233.  Will.

234.  St Philip, Battersea, Surrey Baptism Register.

235.  Death Certificate.

236.  Will.

237.  Clive BINGHAM 16/5/2004.

238.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

239.  1901 Barking, Essex.

240.  Civil Registration Indexes, Ancestry.com.

241.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

242.  Ancestry.com.

243.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

244.  FreeBMD web site.

245.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

246.  FreeBMD web site.

247.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

248.  Ancestry.com.

249.  Jackie STEELE 10/7/2004.

250.  FreeBMD web site.

251.  Ancestry.com.

252.  FreeBMD web site.

253.  Ancestry.com.

254.  Jackie STEELE 10/7/2004.

255.  Ancestry.com.

256.  Clive BINGHAM 16/5/2004.

257.  1901 Barking, Essex.

258.  Free BMD web site.

259.  Ancestry.com.

260.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

261.  Findmypast web site.

262.  Approximation.

263.  Clive BINGHAM 16/5/2004.

264.  Civil Registration Indexes, Ancestry.com.

265.  John TERRY's web site 23/12/2009.

266.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

267.  FreeBMD web site.

268.  Approximation.

269.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

270.  Ancestry.com.

271.  Approximation.

272.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

273.  Calculated from age at death.

274.  Clive BINGHAM 16/5/2004.

275.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

276.  FreeBMD web site.

277.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

278.  FreeBMD web site.

279.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

280.  FreeBMD web site.

281.  Approximation.

282.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

283.  Clive BINGHAM 16/5/2004.

284.  Clive BINGHAM 22/5/2004.

285.  Clive BINGHAM 16/5/2004.

286.  Clive BINGHAM 22/5/2004.

287.  Ancestry.com.

288.  Clive BINGHAM 22/5/2004.

289.  Jackie STEELE 1/7/2004.

290.  1911 Hoxton, Shoreditch, London.

291.  FreeBMD web site.

292.  1911 Hoxton, Shoreditch, London.

293.  FreeBMD web site.

294.  1911 Hoxton, Shoreditch, London.

295.  FreeBMD web site.

296.  1911 Hoxton, Shoreditch, London.

297.  FreeBMD web site.

298.  Approximation.