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For privacy reasons, Date of Birth and Date of Marriage for persons believed to still be living are not shown.

BARNES, Alice M (b. 21 FEB 1837, d. 17 JUL 1911)

Note: Addresses
1860 6 June Norwalk Village, Huron Co, Ohio, USA
1870 2 July Norwalk Village, Huron Co, Ohio, USA.
1880 Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA
1900 Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA indexed as WHEATY
1910 Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA
1911 1938 E 101-st.st. Cleveland, Ohio (Cleveland Necrology File)

On the 1910 census Alice is shown as having had 7 children, 4 still living

From Cleveland Necrology File
"Funeral Thursday, July 19, 10.a.m. from late residence, 1938 E. 101-st.st. (Cleveland, Ohio). Internment at Nowalk O(hio)"
Source: (Birth)
Title: Familysearch web site
Source: (Death)
Title: Cleveland Public Library Necrology File id#0388013 Reel #85
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0606/WHEATON 0509
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1870, 1880 Keeping House
Reference: 00206

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HOYT, Anna "Annie" Lydia (b. 8 MAR 1834, d. 3 AUG 1924)
Note: Addresses
1870 Norwalk Township, Huron County, Ohio, USA
1880 Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA
1900 Norwalk Township, Huron County, Ohio, USA
Living with them was daughter Mary and her husband Walter
1910 Norwalk Township, Huron County, Ohio, USA
Living with them was daughter Mary, her husband and children
1920 Not found
1921 Living with daughter, Mary BATTLES, at the time of her 60th wedding anniversary
1924 State Road, Norwalk, Huron Co, Ohio, USA

On the 1910 census Anna is shown as having had 3 children with 2 still living

WHEATON Mrs Lydia Anne (Hoyt), wife of Charles H WHEATON of Norwalk, passed away at her home on the Old State Road, August 3 1924, at the advanced age of 90 years. At the time of her death she was said to have been the oldest native of Norwalk. She was the daughter of Agur Beach and Melinda (Hack) HOYT who came from Danbury, Conn., to the Firelands in 1829. They settled in Norwalk in 1832 and it was in a log house on the northwest corner of E Main street and the Old State Rd. that Mrs. WHEATON was born March 8, 1834. She was survived by her husband and two daughters, Mrs F. W. SMIES of Cleveland and Mrs. Walter E. BATTLES of Norwalk. One daughter, Mrs Edgar A. LEE died many years ago. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Fred HARKNESS and burial was in Woodlawn.
Source: (Name)
Title: Steve and Carole PYENTA
Source: (Death)
Title: Firelands Pioneer published by the Firelands Historical Society from Deborah ORTH 28/11/2001
Source: (Death)
Title: Death Certificate
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0606/WHEATON 0510
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Event: Type: Informant of Death
Place: F W SMIES, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Occupation: Place: 1870, 1880 Keeping House; 1924 Housekeeper
Reference: 00208
Cause: Stroke of paralysis

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HOYT, Eli Boughton (b. SEP 1834, d. 8 MAY 1908)
Note: Addresses
1850 Huron, Norwalk, Ohio, USA.
Father Agur B HOYT (47) -Farmer. mother Melinda (44) siblings Sarah M
(19), Lydia A (16), James E (12), Samuel S (8) Charles E (6) and Mary E S
(3), all born Ohio, USA
1860 Norwalk Township, Huron County, Ohio, USA
(Living next door to wife's sister Emma WATKINS and her family)
1870 10th June Norwalk Village, Huron Co., Ohi
Census shows Eli to have Personal Estate to the value of $300. Also in the
house was Minnie GREEN (?) age 17 born Ohio, USA. Domestic Servant.
1880 Norwalk, Huron County, Ohio, USA as E B HOYT
1900 Not found

From "The Firelands Pioneer" Obituaries, 1909 page 1599
Hoyt, Eli BOUGHTON, a son of Agur Beach HOYT, was born in Norwalk in September 1834, and died there May 8, 1908. His wife Susie WHEATON, died sixteen years ago. His children are Fred A and Harry W of Norwalk, and Daniel B and Otis W HOYT of Minneapolis

Father - Agur Beach HOYT - Retired Farmer, died 1880 Age 78 years. Mother - Melinda HACK died 1871, Age 65 years. both buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Norwalk, Ohio, USA in 1870. Agur, Melinda and Charles C HOYT were living next-door-but-one to Eli and Susan HOYT. Agar had Real and Personal Estate valued at $3,500 and $1,200 respectively. Charles was a Grocer with Personal Estate of $2,500.
Source: (Name)
Title: Steve and Carole PYENTA
Source: (Birth)
Title: Approximation
Media: Book
Source: (Death)
Title: Firelands Pioneer published by the Firelands Historical Society from Deborah ORTH 28/11/2001
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0606/HOYT 0500
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1870, 1880 Butcher
Reference: 00210

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PERRIN, John F (b. 19 SEP 1834, d. 2 JUL 1908)
Note: Addresses
1860 13th June Norwalk Township, Huron Co., Ohio, USA
The PERRIN family, including son John, were living next door to the
WHEATONs. John PERRIN was 26 years old, and Hannah WHEATON was
16 years old
1870 2nd July Norwalk Village, Huron Co., Ohio, USA
Living next door to Hannah's sister Emma
1880 Norwalk, Huron Co., Ohio, USA
1900 Norwalk, Huron Co., Ohio, USA

From "The Firelands Pioneer" Obituaries 1909, page 1609. Perrin F. the son of Raymond PERRIN was born in Wilkesbarre, Pa., September 19 1833, and came with his parents to Norwalk in 1838. He was married to Hannah WHEATON December 25th, 1862. She died in 1900. Mr. PERRIN made Norwalk his home all the time after his marriage until his death on July 2, 1908.
Source: (Name)
Title: Steve and Carole PYENTA
Source: (Birth)
Title: Firelands Pioneer published by the Firelands Historical Society from Deborah ORTH 28/11/2001
Source: (Birth)
Title: Warren Forsyth genealogy117@@hotmail.com
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0606/PERRIN 0500
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: School Teacher; 1870 Butcher; 1880 (nothing entered); 1900 Capalist/Capitalist?
Reference: 00212

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GRAVES, Betsey O (b. 3 AUG 1845, d. MAR 1940)
Note: Addresses
1870 3rd June
Norwalk Village, Huron Co, Ohio, USA. Betsey and Robertine WHEATON were
living with Frederick and Mercy GRAVES, the parents of Betsey. Frederick
GRAVES is shown to have Real Estate to the value of $2,000 and Personal Estate of $600.
His wife had Real Estate of $700 and Personal Estate of $2,500
1880 Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa, USA
Living with them was servant Julia LUNDBLAND (19) born Iowa, USA
1885 De Moines, Polk County, Iowa, USA
Isaac, Bessie and Jay LONE, Robertine WHEATON, together with
Mary CHALMERS (43) Sewing and Ida THELANDER (28) Domestic.
Other information impossible to read
1900 Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa, US as TONES
Living with them was servant Hilda SAMUELSON (23) born Sweden
1910 No name is entered for Isaac's wife. She is 63 (so born 1847) but in New York.
Has Betsey died and Isaac married again? Or is it just an enumerator's error?
1920 Not found
1930 Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa, US as TONE as a widow
(sole occupant)
Source: (Name)
Title: IGI, Ohio, USA
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1900 Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa, US
Source: (Birth)
Title: Ancestry.com
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0606/WHEATON/LONE 0511
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1880 Keeping House
Reference: 00214

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PRICE, William H (b. 27 APR 1845, d. 27 MAY 1918)
Note: Addresses
1880 Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA
1900 Norwalk, Huron County, Ohio, USA
1909/10 50 Old State Road, Norwalk, Ohio, USA.
It is suggested that William stayed with Olive until the teaching year ended.
(But in 1910 she was with her mother in Rockport, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA)
1910 Not found in Norwalk on census

Occupations in America
William PROWBERT & Co.
Retired and went home to Europe in 1878 before returning to America. 1880 Butcher; 1900 Banker; William held the stock of many companies.

Family Protestant in faith.

"In person he is of a strong frame and medium stature. During his youth he was quite an athelete and met few men his equal in physical strength"

Nowalk Savings Bank failed in 1908 and they moved to Cleveland.

From "Commemorative Biographical Record of the Counties of Huron and Lorain, Ohio"
Copies provided by Stephan and Carol PYENTA and Olive PROBERT

The true standard by which to judge a community is the character of its prominent citizens. Progress is rarely, if ever the result of chance, but always the executions of well-laid plans based on a thorough comprehension of the laws of business. It is only by keeping in view the lives of men who are ever associated in the busy marts of commerce that we can judge of the importance of development, and the possibilities of progress. Thus, it is, that from the commercial, more that the literary or political side, the most valuable lessons of life are to be extracted. In this connection, as a gentleman whose business qualifications are of the best, as indicated by the numerous enterprises which he has brought to a successful issue, a brief biographical sketch is given of William H PRICE, president of the Norwalk Savings Bank Company.

He was born in Herefordshire, England, in 1845, a son of Henry and Elizabeth (Harris) PRICE, the former of whom is a farmer of Herefordshire, and both the PRICEs and HARRISes are of Welsh descent, coming from the line of ancient Britons. Samuel PRICE, the father of the Henry PRICE above mentioned, and also the great-grandfather of the subject of this sketch, were both born at the old family home, Grenow, in Herefordshire, which is still in the family possession. The PRICEs were stock dealers and farmers, while the maternal branch of the family were seafaring men and miners; two of them were sea-captains, sailing from Swansea. The venerable parents of the subject are still happily residing on the old homestead - the beloved father and mother of seven living children.

W. H. PRICE reached his manhood in his parental home, receiving but a fair business education in the public schools of the vicinity, after which he served an apprenticeship to the droving and slaughtering business. At the age of twenty-one he came to America with Mr William PROWBERT , of the firm Will PROWBERT & Co., Cleveland, who was a friend of his father, and who in his day was one of the leading business men of that city. Mr PRICE was associated with Mr PROWBERT two years, having charge of much of the firm’s business, especially the buying of stock for slaughtering purposes; after two years’ service in this capacity he became manager of the firm of E CADLE & Co in a similar line of business. Continuing four years with this company as manager, he organized the firm of W H PRICE & Co., closing with the old firm. During the next six years the new firm did a leading wholesale and retail slaughtering business in Cleveland, at the end of which time Mr PRICE again sold and retired, on account of failing health, caused by his over-zealous attention to their extended affairs. He sailed for Europe in the early part of 1878, and again visited the familiar scenes of childhood, and those of the dear old parental home. This change and total relaxation of all care continued through the season, and brought a happy restoration of health and strength. It is proper enough to here say that this was his second severe sickness in this country. Soon after he first came to America, and when he had only been fairly launched in business, an unfortunate accident befell him that finally sent him to the hospital for a long term, and where he had to undergo a dangerous surgical operation, from which he barely emerged with life. The young man had come with but a limited capital, and his sickness exhausted this and all his earnings, leaving him more than one hundred dollars in debt - misfortunes that would have quite vanquished many a young man, especially if far from home and family friends. While the young man’s energy outran his physical nature, yet he had resolute will - a soul undaunted and a purpose high, he moved ever forward. On his return from Europe he organized the firm of PRICE & CHANDLER, which did an exclusively wholesale and retail business, furnishing meat to the retail dealers, and many of the public institutions of Cleveland, Mr PRICE visiting Chicago and St Louis, purchasing the stock of the firm. His solicitude and constantly painstaking labor, in whatever capacity he acted, again told upon his health; and after the firm had enjoyed three years of very prosperous business he found it necessary to retire from active life in order to allow his energies to recuperate. With this view he sold out his interest in the firm and removed to a farm in the suburbs of Norwalk, where after two years of quiet and outdoor exercise he found much of his former vigor regained, and soon again plunged into business. In 1884 he was associated with C H STEWART in a real-estate partnership and during the five years they were actively thus engaged they laid off four additions to Norwalk, and the rapid growth of the place then commenced, as they sold more lots and built more houses than all the other dealers in the place, helping many workmen to buy their homes, as they would sell to them on the instalment plan. The period from 1884 to 1889 was marked as the improvement era of Norwalk and much of this was due to the energy, foresight and liberality of this firm.

In 1889, in connection with C H STEWART and W O MONETT, Mr PRICE organized the Norwalk Savings Bank, a co-partnership concern until 1891, when it was reorganized and was chartered as a joint-stock company. Mr PRICE has been president of both organizations, and this is now one of the most successful financial institutions in this part of Ohio, with a capital stock of one hundred thousand dollars. Mr PRICE is a stockholder in the First National Bank of Norwalk. In the early part of 1892 the people of Norwalk became deeply interested in the question of electric motive power for street and road transportation. As the rapid development of the use of electricity as the hand-maiden of man, street railroads became a leading question, and a road connecting Sandusky, Milan and Norwalk was mooted. This called out people of greatest enterprise. A company was soon formed, the project put on its feet, and was rapidly pushed to completion. Mr PRICE is a prominent stockholder and director, and was by the unanimous voice of the owners called to the most important place in directing its movements, the company all feeling that with him at the helm there was ample guarantee of assured success. Another enterprise of moment to the city was also launched in 1892, when a company was formed to build the Norwalk Foundry and Machine Works, now a successful plant, and again Mr PRICE was called by his fellow stockholders to the leading place of president. In the organization of the Arcade Savings Bank Company, of Cleveland, he was a prime mover and is a stockholder; was active in establishing the GARFIELD Banking Company, whose place of business is located in Cleveland and owned by PRICE & STEWARD; he is a stockholder in the Dime Savings Bank of Cleveland, president of the Norwalk Nursery Company, a president of the Norwalk Brick Company, two of the important industries of the city, which may well look to him as their foster-father, as they received the benefit of his intelligent judgement and financial resources. He is vice-president of the Smith Speciality Company, one of the flourishing factories of the place; stockholder and director of the Norwalk Metal Spinning and Stamping Company, and stockholder of the Lake Erie Tobacco Company, of Norwalk. As stated, he has opened four additions to the city of Norwalk, on which he has built over 150 houses, and in addition to these many important interests Mr PRICE operated two farms; and it is not to be wondered it is said of him that he is one of the busiest of busy men.

The chief elements of Mr PRICE’s success lie in his competency to plan, coupled with the executive ability and shrewd foresight. His mind is never easy except when the channels of each enterprise with which he is connected are clearly defined. It is in the fog that the ship strikes upon the shoal or rock, and is wrecked. Business natures have their misty days, and it is then that a hand at the helm, familiar with the way, saves from collapse. It may well be said that no enterprise with which Mr PRICE has been associated has ever proven a failure. He gives personal supervision to every detail of his business, and the wonder is that he succeeds in doing so, considering the extent and variety of his occupation. In person he is of strong frame and medium stature. During his youth he was quite an athlete, and met few men his equal in physical strength, but on just entering into his business career a severe spell of sickness left results that have impaired his physical vigor. He has since been forced to gauge his accomplishments to his strength. In reviewing his life and early associations, and recalling many who started equal in the race with him, but whose lives have fallen short of success, he has been prone to speculate as to whether his physical disability has not been a main cause of his keeping himself aloof from the entanglements and dissipations which have proven destructive to many others. Yet it may be safely held that men of Mr PRICE’s stamp, who have a definite aim in life, are hard to swerve from their course. They go straight to the end, surmounting obstacles as if driven by the hand of destiny. However, after having made life a marked success, it may well be said of him that he has achieved all under adverse circumstances.

William H PRICE and Catharine A WHEATON, daughter of Daniel and Anna (Meyhew) WHEATON, natives of Cambridge, England, were joined in wedlock May 15, 1872. Mrs PRICE was born in the old English home and came to America with her people when but three years of age, the family locating in Norwalk, where they made their home. Mrs WHEATON died in 1878. To Mr and Mrs PRICE were born six children, as follows: Harris Wheaton PRICE, born April 25, 1874, now a teller in his father’s bank; Bessie L. (deceased); Anna Meyhew; Bessie Louise; Wesley Hildreth, and Olive Edna. The family is Protestant in faith, and Mr PRICE, while he may be classed as affiliating with the Democratic party, has always been in fact independent in his voting, preferring the best men and public weal to mere party claims.
Source: (Name)
Title: Steve and Carole PYENTA
Source: (Name)
Title: Olive PROBERT
Media: Book
Source: (Death)
Title: Ancestry.com
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0606/PRICE 0500
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Emigration: Date: 1866
Place: To America
Occupation: Place: England - Droving, Slaughtering; America - See notes
Reference: 00216

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BUSH, Rose (b. JAN 1868, d. 1929)
Note: Addresses
1900 Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA
Living with them was mother-in-law Clara BUSH (63) widow born New York, USA
1910 Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA as Rose WHEATON widow
Living as sister-in-law with William F NAGEL (36) Foreman Rail Road Freight born Germany,
and his wife Mae R (34) born Ohio, USA who we assume was Rose WHEATON's sister.
There were also William and Mae's adopted daughters Rosalie (13) born Ohio, USA and Clara
(6) born Illinois, USA. Also living with them was "son of sister-in-law) Don C WHEATON (20)
born Ohio, USA. Boarders were Anna DUNBAR (45) Dressmaker by the day, Howard PALMER
(23) Stenographer and Howard CLINE (21) Clerk Rail Road Office, all three single and born
Ohio, USA
1920 Not found

The 1900 census shows that Rose had had two children and by 1900 only one, Daniel, was still alive, although on the 1901 she is shown having just the one child which was still living!

There are two references which could refer to Rose
(1) married 25th July 1899 Huron Co, Ohio, USA to Joseph Thomas DOOER
(2) died 1929, buried Section 3 East, Central Section, Row 2 No.114 & 119, Woodlawn Cemetery, Norwalk, Ohio, USA

It would appear that Joseph DOOER died sometime between 1900 and 1910 and that Rose reverted to her original married name as it would appear that she is shown as Rose WHEATON on the 1910 census if the above census information is correct. This would explain the name used for the burial in 1929.
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1900 Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0606/WHEATON 0512
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1910 Clerk Rail Road Office
Reference: 00219

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WHEATON, Martha (b. BEF 1819, d. BET JUL AND SEP 1852)
Note: Addresses
1841 Newmarket Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1842 Newmarket Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1851 East Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.
At home with parents and son Joseph, shown as married but no husband present
1861 Not found
Source: (Name)
Title: 1841 St Andrew the Less, Cambridge
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1851 St Andrew the Less, Cambridge
Source: (Death)
Title: FreeBMD web site
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0607/PETERS 0500
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1842, 1851 Dressmaker
Reference: 00220

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PETERS, James (b. ABT 1814, d. BET JUL AND SEP 1842)
Note: Addresses
1842 Newmarket Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1851 Not found, not living with his wife.
Source: (Birth)
Title: Approximation
Media: Book
Source: (Death)
Title: FreeBMD web site
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0607/PETERS 0500
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1842 Shoemaker
Reference: 00221

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WHEATON, William John (b. ABT 1821, d. SEP 1862)
Note: Addresses
1841 Newmarket Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1846 Chesterton, Cambridgeshire
1851 61 East Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1855 East Road, Barnwell, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1861 County Lunatic Asylum, Cambridgeshire

A William WHEATON born about 1821 appears in the Court, Land & Probate, England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892, Cambridgeshire records for the 20 June1848. Does this information apply to this William John WHEATON?
William WHEATON : Offence - Larceny : Sentence - 3 months
Source: (Name)
Title: 1841 St Andrew the Less, Cambridge
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1861 Fulbourn
Source: (Name)
Title: 1851 St Andrew the Less, Cambridge
Source: (Death)
Title: Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London
Media: Book
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0607/PIDDOCK/WHEATON 0500
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1846 Printer; 1851 Printer's Warehouseman; 1855 Shopkeeper; 1861 Warehouseman
Reference: 00222

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WHEATON, Mary Ann (b. ABT 1825, d. BET OCT AND DEC 1860)
Note: Addresses
1841 Newmarket Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1845 East Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1850 East Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1851 Mount Pleasant, St Giles, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
A General Servant was James COOK (56) widower born Bedford, Bedfordshire
Source: (Name)
Title: 1841 St Andrew the Less, Cambridge
Media: Book
Source: (Death)
Title: Ancestry.com web site
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0607
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Reference: 00224

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WHEATON, Joseph (b. ABT 1827, d. BET APR AND JUN 1877)
Note: Addresses
1841 Newmarket Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1847 King Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1850 East Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1851 171 East Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1852 East Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1854 South Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1857 South Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1859 South Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1861 51 South Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. There was a lodger,
Thomas BOURNE/BROWNE Age 66 born Walsingham, Norfolk Journeyman Carpenter
1861 South Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire (Alfred's baptism in September)
1864 East Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1866 East Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1868 East Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1871 68 East Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Source: (Name)
Title: 1841 St Andrew the Less, Cambridge
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1861 St Andrew the Less, Cambridge
Source: (Name)
Title: 1871 St Andrew the Less, Cambridge
Source: (Name)
Title: 1851 St Andrew the Less, Cambridge
Source: (Death)
Title: Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London
Media: Book
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0607/WHEATON 0505
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1850 Printer; 1851 Printer's Pressman; 1852, 1854, 1857, 1859 Printer; Compositor; 1861 Printer; Printer's Journeyman; 1864, 1868 Printer; 1871 Printer & Grocer; 1881, 1887, 1888, 1890, 1891, 1892 Printer deceased; 1925 Printer and compositor deceased
Reference: 00227

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WHEATON, George (b. ABT 1831, d. APR 1834)
Source: (Death)
Title: Cambridgeshire Burial Index
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0607
Reference: 00229

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STANLEY, Mary Anne (b. ABT 1824, d. BET JUL AND SEP 1883)
Note: Addresses
1846 Chesterton, Cambridgeshire
1851 61 East Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1861 68 East Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. Living with her was Emma WILSON,
a niece, (Husband in hospital at this date)
1863 East Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1871 33 Shelly Row, St Giles, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire (remarried)
1881 High Street, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire
Living with Emma ROSE (58) married, no husband present, Baker's wife born Chesterton,
Cambridgeshire together with husband Frederick and his son Frederick. Frederick PIDDOCK
was the brother of Emma ROSE. Also living with them was niece Fanny STANLEY (27)
Dressmaker born Chesterton, Cambridgeshire

Mary Ann WHEATON née STANLEY remarried to a Frederick Matthew PIDDOCK 10 February 1863 in St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. Frederick had been married previously and as his descendants will not appear on the Thomas WHEATON's Family Tree details of Frederick PIDDOCKS family are shown below:

Descendants of Frederick Matthew PIDDOCK

Generation No. 1

1. Frederick Matthew PIDDOCK (Frederick) was born Bet. January - March 1839 in St Giles, Cambridgeshire, and died Bet. January - March 1885 in Chesterton District, Cambridgeshire age 48. He married (1) Mary Ann WRIGHT Bet. April - June 1860 in Chesterton District, Cambridgeshire. She was born Abt. 1824 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, and died Bet. April - June 1862 in Cambridge District, Cambridgeshire. He married (2) Mary Anne STANLEY 10 February 1863 in St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, daughter of Richard STANLEY. She was born Abt. 1824 in Chesterton, Cambridgeshire, and died Bet. July - September 1883 in Chesterton District, Cambridgeshire age 58.

Notes for Frederick Matthew PIDDOCK:
Addresses
1841 Mount Pleasant, St Giles, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Living with Matthew PIDDOCK (50) Brewer's Servant, Elizabeth (30), Susan (20), Frederick (2)
Martha (7 months). All but Elizabeth born in Cambridgeshire
(So Frederick was born in 1839)
1851 Not found
1861 Baker's Arms, 32 Shelley Row, St Giles, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire (born 1829)
Living with them was Nurse Mary FISON (48) born Bottisham, Lode, Cambridgeshire
1863 St Giles, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1871 33 Shelly Row, St Giles, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire (with new wife) (born 1839)
1881 High Street, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire (born 1838)
Living as brother with Emma ROSE (58) married, no husband present, Baker's wife born
Chesterton, Cambridgeshire together with wife Mary Ann and son Frederick. Also living with
them was niece Fanny STANLEY (27) Dressmaker born Chesterton, Cambridgeshire

More About Frederick Matthew PIDDOCK:
A Chart Number: WHEATON 0607/PIDDOCK/WHEATON 0500
Occupation: 1861 Grocer & Publican; 1871, 1881 Baker
Residences: See Notes

Notes for Mary Ann WRIGHT:
Addresses
1861 Baker's Arms, 32 Shelley Row, St Giles, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Living with them was Nurse Mary FISON (48) born Bottisham, Lode, Cambridgeshire

Notes for, and More About, Mary Anne STANLEY:
Included in Thomas WHEATON's Family Tree

More About Frederick PIDDOCK and Mary STANLEY:
Marriage: 10 February 1863, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Witnesses: Stephen PURKIS, Elizabeth WARRINGTON

Child of Frederick PIDDOCK and Mary WRIGHT is:
2. i. Frederick William PIDDOCK, b. Bet. April - June 1861, St Giles, Cambridgeshire; d.
Bet. October - December 1893, Cambridge District, Cambridgeshire age 32.


Generation No. 2

2. Frederick William PIDDOCK (Frederick Matthew2, Frederick1) was born Bet. April - June 1861 in St Giles, Cambridgeshire, and died Bet. October - December 1893 in Cambridge District, Cambridgeshire age 32. He married Julia Constance GENTLE Bet. October - December 1883 in Chesterton District, Cambridgeshire. She was born Abt. 1861 in Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, and died Bet. January - March 1940 Cambridge District, Cambridgeshire Age 79

Notes for Frederick William PIDDOCK:
Addresses
1861 Baker's Arms, 32 Shelley Row, St Giles, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Living with them was Nurse Mary FISON (48) born Bottisham, Lode, Cambridgeshire
1871 33 Shelly Row, St Giles, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1881 High Street, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire
Living with Emma ROSE (58) married, no husband present, Baker's wife born Chesterton,
Cambridgeshire together parents. Father, Frederick PIDDOCK, was the brother of Emma
ROSE. Also living with them was niece Fanny STANLEY (27) Dressmaker born Chesterton,
Cambridgeshire
1891 1 Spotted Cow Yard, St Giles, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

More About Frederick William PIDDOCK:
A Chart Number: PIDDOCK/WHEATON 0500/PIDDOCK 0400
Occupation: 1871 Scholar; 1891 Fish Curer

Notes for Julia Constance GENTLE:
Addresses
1891 1 Spotted Cow Yard, St Giles, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1901 26 Vicarage Fen, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire as a widow
1911 4 Doric Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.
Also with the family was Lydia Malcolm BARKER aged 13 born 1898 School,
born Annan, Scotland, this should, I think be a daughter of Robert's first marriage
but she appears on the Census as Step-Daughte

Julia Constance PIDDOCK née GENTLE married again in the June quarter 1908 Cambridge District, Cambridgeshire to Robert Malcolm BARKER born about 1857 Great Chesterford, Cambridgeshire; d. Bet. July - September 1919 Cambridge District, Cambridgeshire age 62

More About Julia Constance GENTLE:
A Chart Number: PIDDOCK/WHEATON 0500/PIDDOCK 0400
Occupation: 1901 Ironer at Laundry

Children of Frederick PIDDOCK and Julia GENTLE are:
i. Charles Frederick PIDDOCK, b. Bet. April - June 1884, Chesterton,
Cambridgeshire

Notes for Charles Frederick PIDDOCK:
Addresses
1891 1 Spotted Cow Yard, St Giles, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1901 26 Vicarage Fen, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1911 Not found (nor in USA)

More About Charles Frederick PIDDOCK:
A Chart Number: PIDDOCK 0400
Occupation: 1891 Scholar; 1901 Porter at Music Warehouse

ii. Arthur William PIDDOCK, b. Bet. July - September 1885, Chesterton,
Cambridgeshire.

Notes for Arthur William PIDDOCK:
Addresses
1891 1 Spotted Cow Yard, St Giles, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1901 Not found (nor in USA)

More About Arthur William PIDDOCK:
A Chart Number: PIDDOCK 0400
Occupation: 1891 Scholar

iii. Frederick William PIDDOCK, b. Bet. April - June 1889, Chesterton,
Cambridgeshire

Notes for Frederick William PIDDOCK:
Addresses
1891 1 Spotted Cow Yard, St Giles, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1901 26 Vicarage Fen, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1911 Not found (nor in USA)

More About Frederick William PIDDOCK:
A Chart Number: PIDDOCK 0400
Occupation: 1891 Scholar

iv. Florence PIDDOCK, b. 9 October 1895, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire;
d. Bet. January - March 1976 Cambridge District, Cambridgeshire

Notes for Florence PIDDOCK:
Addresses
A Chart Number: PIDDOCK 0400
1901 26 Vicarage Fen, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

More About Florence PIDDOCK:
A Chart Number: PIDDOCK 0400
Occupation: 1891 Scholar; 1911 Domestic Servant

End of Frederick Matthew PIDDOCK Descendant Report
Source: (Name)
Title: 1851 St Andrew the Less, Cambridge
Source: (Death)
Title: Ancestry.com web site
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0607/PIDDOCK/WHEATON 0500
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1851, 1861 Shopkeeper
Reference: 00223

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WALLIS, James Elbourne (b. BEF 1824, d. BET APR AND JUN 1846)
Note: Addresses
1845 East Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Source: (Death)
Title: Ancestry.com web site
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0607
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1845 Printer
Reference: 00225

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WRIGHT, John Henry (b. ABT 1819, d. BET JAN AND MAR 1860)
Note: Addresses
1850 Staffordshire Place, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1851 Mount Pleasant, St Giles, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
A General Servant was James COOK (56) widower born Bedford, Bedfordshire
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1851 St Giles, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Source: (Death)
Title: Ancestry.com web site
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0607
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1850 Baker; 1851 Baker, Grocer and Publican
Reference: 01751

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STURMAN, Sophia (b. 1828, d. BET JAN AND MAR 1897)
Note: Addresses
1847 King Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1851 171 East Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1861 51 South Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. There was a lodger.
1871 68 East Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1881 Barnwell Abbey, Newmarket Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1891 Abbey House, Barnwell, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
(RG12/1283 District 2 folio 28 page 7)
Source: (Name)
Title: 1861 St Andrew the Less, Cambridge
Source: (Name)
Title: 1871 St Andrew the Less, Cambridge
Source: (Name)
Title: 1891 Barnwell, Cambridge
Source: (Name)
Title: 1851 St Andrew the Less, Cambridge
Source: (Name)
Title: 1881 St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Source: (Birth)
Title: Jane STUBBS 9/5/2004
Source: (Death)
Title: Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London
Media: Book
Source: (Baptism)
Title: Jane STUBBS from Cambridge Baptisms Index 11/5/2004
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0607/WHEATON 0505
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1847 Servant; 1881 Tea Dealer; 1891 -
Reference: 00228

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WHEATON, William (b. ABT 1833, d. 1833)
Source: (Death)
Title: Cambridgeshire Burial Index
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0608
Reference: 00231

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WHEATON, Philip (b. 20 FEB 1855, d. 19 JAN 1929)
Note: Addresses
1855 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1861 Philip was NOT living with his father, mother and brothers John and William in
Clerkenwell, Middlesex. Instead he was living at:
Parberry's Row, Enfield, Middlesex (RG9/799 folio15 Page 3)
Living with John CASTLE (50) Butcher and his wife Elizabeth CASTLE (50) both
born Enfield Middlesex. Phillips is shown as their nephew, age 6 born "Summersham",
Huntingdon. A Surname had been entered for him, but has been heavily scratched out
and is therefore unreadable. On the Ancestry.com web site he is included in the index
as Phillip CASTLE, but all other details, including the Aunt, Elizabeth CASTLE (See
1871 census) indicate that this is actually Phillip WHEATON.
1871 Windmill Hill, Enfield, Middlesex (RG10/1344 folio 6 page 3)
Living with Elizabeth CASTLE Head Widow Age 60 Annuitant born Enfield, Middlesex
Aunt to Philip WHEATON. Lodging in same property was John ANDERSON age 56
Bricklayer's Labourer born Enfield, Middlesex
1877 18 South Street, Walworth, Surrey (marriage to Annie CRACKNELL)
1878 Lower Gordon Road, Chaseside, Enfield, Middlesex (birth of Florrie)
1878 Enfield, Middlesex (baptism of Florence)
1878 Chase Side, Edmonton, Middlesex (Death certificate of wife Annie)
1881 Churchbury Lane, Enfield, Middlesex
(RG11; Piece: 1393; Folio: 62; Page: 49; Line: ; GSU roll: 1341339)
Philip gave his place of birth as Hunberring, Essex.
1881 Enfield, Middlesex (baptism of Alice)
1883 Clay Hill, Enfield, Middlesex (birth of Peter)
1885 Clay Hill, Enfield, Middlesex (birth of George)
1885 White Cottages, Clay Hill, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Overseer Returns, 1863-1894)
1886 White Cottages, Clay Hill, Enfield, Middlesex and Chaseside, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Overseer Returns, 1863-1894)
1888 Chaseside, Enfield, Middlesex death of Alice)
1888 Chaseside, Enfield, Middlesex (baptism of Daisy)
1888 Chaseside, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1890 18 Melville Road, Lancaster Road, Enfield, Middlesex (birth of Lily)
1891 18 Melville Road, Enfield, Middlesex (RG12/1087 folio 32 page 8)
1892 18 Melville Road, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1898 18 Melville Road, Enfield, Middlesex (birth of Ivy Ellen)
1900 18 Melville Road, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1901 18 Melville Road, Enfield, Middlesex
1902 18 Melville Road, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1905 18 Melville Road, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1911 18 Merton Road, Enfield, Middlesex
1911 18 Merton Road, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1914 18 Merton Road, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1918 26 Merton Road, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1919 26 Merton Road, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1920 26 Merton Road, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1921 26 Merton Road, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1922 26 Merton Road, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1923 26 Merton Road, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1924 26 Merton Road, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1926 26 Merton Road, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1927 26 Merton Road, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1928 26 Merton Road, Enfield, Middlesex
(London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965)
1929 26 Merton Road, Enfield, Middlesex (death)

Occupations
1871 Errand Boy; 1877 Blacksmith (marriage to Annie); 1878 July Blacksmith (birth of daughter Florrie); 1878 October Labourer (baptism of daughter Flory); 1878 November Blacksmith (death of wife Annie); 1881 March Blacksmith (marriage to Alice); 1881 April Farrier Journeyman (census) ; 1881 July Blacksmith (baptism of daughter Alice): 1888 February Blacksmith Journeyman (death of daughter Alice); 1888 March Blacksmith (baptism of daughter Daisy); 1890 Blacksmith Journeyman (birth of daughter Lily); 1891 Blacksmith; 1898 Blacksmith Journeyman (birth of daughter Ivy Ellen); 1901 Blacksmith; 1903 Blacksmith (marriage of son Peter); 1911 April Farrier; 1911 September Farrier (marriage of son George); 1915 Blacksmith (marriage of daughter Violet); 1950 Farrier (death of wife Alice)

Information from Paula TATE 4/2/2006
"Philip was a Blacksmith. As a child my mammy pointed our railing in Forty Hill, Enfield which she said Philip had made".

"One of the family stories about Philip is that he was convicted of manslaughter following a brawl and did a stretch on the treadmill. Again, I don't know how likely this is". More research required yet again!
Source: (Name)
Title: 1881 Enfield, Middlesex
Source: (Birth)
Title: Certificate
Media: Civil Registry
Source: (Death)
Title: Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London
Media: Book
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0501/WHEATON 0403
Event: Type: Present at death
Place: P WHEATON, son, of 4 Ridler Road, Enfield, Middlesex
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: See Notes
Reference: 00233
Cause: Syncope, Acute Influenza, Bronchitis, no pm

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WHEATON, Mary Anne (b. 9 NOV 1862, d. BET OCT AND DEC 1862)
Note: Addresses
1862 5 Guildford Place, Clerkenwell, Middlesex (birth)
Source: (Name)
Title: James MOTT
Source: (Name)
Title: Birth Certificate
Source: (Death)
Title: Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London
Media: Book
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0501
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Reference: 00226

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