Genealogy Data Page 15 (Notes Pages)

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JELLEY, Alfred (b. BET APR AND JUN 1842, d. BET OCT AND DEC 1916)

Note: Addresses
1871 Not found, not living with wife
1871 Stanley Road, St James, Walham Green, Hammersmith and Fulham, Middlesex
(baptised of William Alfred, George Henry and Richard Thomas)
1874 Battersea, Surrey (baptism of James and Eliza)
1879 8 Bullock Road, Fulham, Middlesex (baptism of Ellen and George)
1881 8 Bullock Road, Fulham, London, Middlesex
Lodging with them was Henry WHEATON, the brother of Jane
Also in the same property was Jeremiah MAYCAN (36) Labourer born Castle Mayo, Cork, his
wife Caroline (35) born Farlington, Dorset and children Katherine (11) and Anorah (10) born
Sevenoaks, Kent and William (6), Caroline (4) and Patrick (1) born Lands End, Fulham,
Middlesex

1881 8 Bullock Road, Fulham, Middlesex (baptism of Louisa)
1884 13 Victoria Road, Fulham, Middlesex (baptism of Arthur John)
1891 23 Breer Street, Fulham, London [RG12/0052 folio20)
1901 23 Breer Street, Fulham, London
Living with them were married daughter Jane, no husband present, and her daughter
Living in the same property was son Richard and his family together with his sister-in-law Louisa E MOXEY.
1911 Fulham Work House, Fulham Palace Road, Hammersmith, London

Some of the Censuses show his family as JELLEY with a second E. Looking at the BMD it appears that is how they were registered. My original information gave the family as JELLY. At present I have put ( ) round the E
Source: (Name)
Title: 1881 Fulham, Middlesex
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1901 Fulham, London
Source: (Birth)
Title: FreeBMD web site
Source: (Death)
Title: Sheila JELLEY 1a 187
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0500/JELLEY 0400
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1871, 1874, 1879 Labourer; 1881 General Labourer; 1881, 1884, 1891, 1892, 1899 Labourer; 1901 Navvy; 1902 Labourer; 1911 Inmate of Workhouse, Farm Labourer
Reference: 00050

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TURNER, Susan (b. BET OCT AND DEC 1855, d. BET OCT AND DEC 1935)
Note: Address
1881 Rectory Lane, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1891 38 Burrard Road, Hampstead, Middlesex (RG12/114 folio 59 page 41)
Thomas and his family were living with Philip, Emma and Florence WHEATON, as well
as John LAWRENCE, and the UTTERIDGE family, all from Warboys
1895 49 Broughton Road, Fulham, London (baptism of John)
1896 49 Broughton Road, Fulham, London (baptism of Hilda)
1900 57 Stephendale Road, Fulham, Middlesex
1901 164 Stephendale Road, Fulham, Middlesex
1911 24 Querrin Street, Fulham, London
Visiting them was Arthur WHITE (22) House Painter born Fulham, London, his wife Ellen (22)
born Somersham, Huntingdonshire and their son Arthur Charles Frederick (3) born Fulham,
London. Ellen was a daughter of Thomas

Remembered by their grandson John Ernest WHEATON as "a sweet nearly blind old lady, and a miserable surly old man".
Source: (Name)
Title: 1881 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Source: (Name)
Title: 1891 Hampstead, Middlesex
Source: (Birth)
Title: FreeBMD web site
Source: (Death)
Title: Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London
Media: Book
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0500/WHEATON 0401
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1881 Field Work; 1911 Labourer
Reference: 00055

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PERKINS, Ann (b. ABT 1870, d. 14 OCT 1940)
Note: Addresses
1892-1894 Colne, Huntingdonshire
1901 East End, Colne, Huntingdonshire
1910 Colne, Huntingdonshire
1911 Colne, Huntingdonshire
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1901 Colne, Huntingdonshire
Source: (Birth)
Title: Calculated from age at death
Source: (Death)
Title: Death Certificate
Source: (Death)
Title: Death Certificate
Author: Michigan Dept of Health
Publication: Vital Statistics
Note: ABBR Death CertificateCALN July 19 1947
Source: (Burial)
Title: Adrian Gibbs 14/9/2013
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0500/WHEATON 0419
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Event: Type: Informant of Death
Place: E WHEATON sister - in-law
Reference: 00061
Cause: 1(a) Cardiac Dilation

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HOY, Charles William (b. 1865, d. UNKNOWN)
Note: Addresses
1894 Watford, Hertfordshire
1901 35 Orient Street, Southwark, London
1906 37 Metchley Street, St Mary, Newington, Southwark, London
(at baptism of William Charles, Arthur Wheaton and Frank HOY)
1911 46 Mountford Place, Kennington, London as a widower
Living with him was his mother Emma HOY (62) born Abbots Langley, Huntingdonshire
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1901 Southwark, London
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0500/HOY 0400
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1894 Private in 1st Dragoon Guards; 1901 Horsekeeper; 1906 Carman; 1911 Carman
Reference: 00063

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SEEKINGS, Mary (b. 1787, d. 8 OCT 1872)
Note: Addresses
1811 Chatteris, Cambridgeshire
1841 High Street North, Somersham, Huntingdonshire (Mother-in-law living with the family)
1851 West End, St Ives, Huntingdonshire as a Nurse in home of Thomas EARL
1861 Not found
1871 Squire Lane, Somersham, Huntingdonshire as a Companion to Elizabeth WARBOYS
Source: (Name)
Title: 1841 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1871 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1851 St Ives
Source: (Name)
Title: St John the Baptist, Somersham, Huntingdonshire Baptism Register
Source: (Name)
Title: C J SEEKINGS April 1993
Source: (Name)
Title: Barbara LOWE-PONSFORD August 1994
Source: (Name)
Title: John ESGATE 8/6/2003
Source: (Death)
Title: Certificate
Media: Civil Registry
Source: (Baptism)
Title: John ESGATE 28/6/2004
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: SEEKINGS 0700/WHEATON 0700/WHEATON 0600
Event: Type: Present at death
Place: Jane RUFF of Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1841 Washerwoman; 1851 Nurse; 1871 Companion and Pauper
Reference: 00011
Cause: Old Age; Certified

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WHEATON, Robert (b. 26 NOV 1813, d. 28 FEB 1867)
Note: Addresses
1841 High Street North, Somersham, Huntingdonshire (Grandmother living with the family)
1851 Clenchwarton, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
There is a Robert WHEATON, age 33, lodging with Joseph FILLY and his wife.
He gives his place of birth as March, Cambridgeshire which does not agree with
the place of birth on this record. However, this is the only reference to a Robert
in the two counties of Huntingdonshire and Cambridgeshire, and people have been
known to give incorrect details on Census Returns. More research will be done to
clarify this matter.
1855 Somersham, Huntingdonshire (birth of son Phillip)
1857 Somersham, Huntingdonshire (birth of son John)
1860 Drury Lane, Middlesex (birth of son William)
1861 1 Crawford Place, Camberwell, Middlesex
In same property were 4 other families, making a total of 15 people.
1862 5 Guildford Place, Clerkenwell, Middlesex (birth of daughter Mary Ann)
1863 5 Guildford Place, Clerkenwell, Middlesex (birth of son Thomas)
1864 12 Easton Street, Clerkenwell, Middlesex (baptism of William and Thomas)
1867 16 William Street, Newington, Surrey

Occupations:
1841 Ag Lab; 1851 Excavator; 1855 Husbandman (birth of son Phillip); 1857 Agricultural Labourer (birth of son John); 1860 Labourer (birth of son William); 1861 Excavator; 1862 Excavator Labourer (birth of daughter Mary Ann); 1863 Labourer (General) (birth of son Thomas) ; 1864 Labourer (baptism of William and Thomas); 1867 Labourer (death); 1868 Labourer on Frances's b.cert ; 1872 Railway Plate Layer on Alice Maud's bth cert; 1877 Labourer (son Philip's first marriage); 1881 Labourer (deceased) (son Philip's second marriage)
Source: (Name)
Title: 1841 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1851 Clenchwarton
Source: (Death)
Title: Death Certificate
Source: (Baptism)
Title: Somersham Parish Registers and transcript
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0600/WHEATON 0501
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Event: Type: Informant of Death
Place: John HENRY in attendance at Small Pox Hospital
Occupation: Place: See Notes
Reference: 00064
Cause: Small pox 12 days complaint unmodified & accd in difft circ certified

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WHEATON, John (b. 19 FEB 1815, d. 3 SEP 1888)
Note: Addresses
1841 High Street North, Somersham, Huntingdonshire (Mother-in-law living with the family)
1851 4 Mottram Road, Manchester, Lancashire, lodging with Joseph ROWLAND, his wife
3 sons and 2 daughters. Joseph was born in Derbyshire, but his wife and children
were born in Cheshire.
1854 24 Chorlton Street, Manchester, Lancashire
1861 Various searches have been made in Manchester and Gorton but John has not been
found.
1871 59 Morton Street, Gorton, Lancashire
1881 129 Earl Street, Gorton, Lancashire lodging with Hannah GENTLE and her son.
Also in same property was another lodger, William TYRER
1888 Victoria Street, Longsight, Lancashire
Source: (Name)
Title: 1841 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1851 Manchester
Source: (Name)
Title: 1881 Gorton
Source: (Death)
Title: Certificate
Media: Civil Registry
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0600
Event: Type: Informant of Death
Date: 1888
Place: A Clave, Superintendent Little Sisters of the Poor
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1841 Ag Lab; 1851 Rail Lab; 1854 Excavator; 1871 Labourer; 1881 Hawker; 1888 General Labourer
Reference: 00066
Cause: Chronic Bronchitis, Emphysema

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WHEATON, Hannah (b. 15 APR 1818, d. AUG 1820)
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0600
Reference: 00068

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WHEATON, Ann (b. ABT 1824, d. BET APR AND JUN 1907)
Note: Addresses
1841 High Street North, Somersham, Huntingdonshire (Grandmother living with the family)
1842 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1851 High Street, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1861 Church Lane, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1871 Dean Road, Newchurch, Lancashire
1881 Spring Gardens, Newchurch, Lancashire
1891 15 Burnley Road, Newchurch, Lancashire
Living with her daughter Hannah and her husband.
1901 24 Larch Street, Nelson, Lancashire
Living with her son John and his family
Source: (Name)
Title: 1841 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Birth)
Title: Marriage Certificate from Michael Bebbington 9/9/2005
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0600/BATEMAN 0500
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1871, 1881 Housewife
Reference: 00069

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WHEATON, Hannah (b. 1829, d. BET APR AND JUN 1865)
Note: Addresses
1841 High Street North, Somersham, Huntingdonshire (Mother-in-law living with the family)
1851 1 Bloomsbury Place, Bloomsbury, Middlesex. Housemaid to Walter GRIFITHS MRCS
General Practitioner and his family
1852 St George, Bloomsbury, Middlesex
1861 48 Rosman Street, Goswell Street, Clerkenwell St James, Middlesex
1871 Not found

There was a baptism at Holy Trinity, Ely, Cambridgeshire in1829. Could this have been an earlier baptism for this Hannah? No other Hannahs in the records. More research to be undertaken.
Source: (Name)
Title: 1841 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Death)
Title: findmypast
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0600/SMITH 0510
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Reference: 00071

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PARKER, Margaret Scott (b. ABT 1835, d. 25 MAY 1894)
Note: Addresses
1855 Somersham, Huntingdonshire (birth of Phillip)
1857 Somersham, Huntingdonshire (birth of John)
1860 Drury Lane, Middlesex (birth of son William)
1861 1 Crawford Place, Clerkenwell, Middlesex
In same property were 4 other families making a total of 15 people
1862 5 Guildford Place, Clerkenwell, Middlesex (birth of Mary Ann)
1863 5 Guildford Place, Clerkenwell, Middlesex (birth of Thomas)
1864 12 Easton Street, Clerkenwell, Middlesex (baptism of William and Thomas)
1868 20 Brandon Street, Walworth, Surrey (birth certificate of Frances)
1871 Guys Hospital, St Olave and St Thomas and St Saviour, London
(RG10/624 folio 91 page 11)
No children information.
1872 55 Beckway Street, Walworth, Surrey (birth certificate of Alice Maud)
1881 Newington, Surrey
Lodging with George WEST, later her second husband
1882 29 Dale Street, Newington, Surrey (Marriage)
1891 46 Penton Place, St Mary Newington, Newington, Southwark, London.

On Family Search there is a baptism for a Margaret Scott PARKER 17 February 1833 St Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, London, which seems to fit. However, the parents were Thomas PARKER and Sarah of Windsor Street, whereas in the Marriage Register for the Philip WHEATON/Margaret Scott PARKER marriage Margaret's father was shown as Charles. This information is also on ancestry.com which is from the actual St Botolph's Parish Register.

Margaret Scott PARKER had children after the death of Robert WHEATON and she later married again. Her new husband, George WEST had also been married previously. Details for these children and her later marriage do not appear on the Thomas WHEATON Family Tree so information about Margaret Scott PARKER is listed below, followed by a Descendant Report for George WEST and his first family.

Descendants of Margaret Scott PARKER

Generation No. 1

1. Margaret Scott PARKER (Charles1)1 was born Abt. 1835 in Bishopsgate, Middlesex. She married (1) Robert WHEATON 30 January 1860 in St John the Baptist, Somersham, Huntingdonshire, son of Thomas WHEATON and Mary SEEKINGS. He was born 26 November 1813 in Somersham, Huntingdonshire, and died 28 February 1867 in Small Pox Hospital, Upper Holloway, Middlesex Age 55. She met (2) Unknown partner of Margaret Scott PARKER Aft. 1867. He was born Abt. 1830. She married (3) George WEST Bet. April - June 1882 in St Saviour District, London. He was born Abt. 1830 in Wandsworth, Surrey.

Notes for, More About Margaret Scott PARKER included as wife of Robert WHEATON in Thomas WHEATON Family Tree
Notes for, More About Robert WHEATON included with his details in the Thomas WHEATON Family Tree

Notes for George WEST:
Addresses
1871 123 Trafalgar Street, Newington St Mary, London
1881 138 Westmorland Road, Newington, Surrey, with a lodger, Margaret WHEATON,
later his wife.

More About George WEST:
Occupation: 1871, 1881 Labourer

More About George WEST and Margaret PARKER:
Marriage: Bet. April - June 1882, St Saviour District, London

Children of Margaret PARKER and Robert WHEATON are: (full details included in Thomas WHEATON Family Tree
2. i. Philip WHEATON, b. 20 February 1855, Somersham, Huntingdonshire; d. 19 January
1929, 26 Merton Road, Enfield, Middlesex Age 73.
ii. John WHEATON, b. 8 September 1857, Somersham, Huntingdonshire (mother as
Margaret PAPWORTH); d. 10 March 1892, Three Counties Lunatic Asylum, Stotfold,
Bedfordshire Age 35 years
iii. William WHEATON, b. Abt. 1860, Drury Lane, Middlesex
iv. Mary Anne WHEATON, b. 9 November 1862, 5 Guildford Place, Clerkenwell,
Middlesex; d. Bet. October - December 1862, Clerkenwell District, Middlesex.
3. v. Thomas WHEATON, b. 17 October 1863, 5 Guildford Place, Clerkenwell, Middlesex.

Children of Margaret PARKER and Unknown are:
vi. Frances WHEATON, b. 30 July 1868, 30 Brandon Street, Walworth, Surrey; d.
October - December 1868, Newington District, Surrey Age 1 (incorrect age)

Notes for Frances WHEATON:
Robert WHEATON was shown as the father of Frances, but he died 28 February 1867
so could not have been the father.

vii. Alice Maud WHEATON, b. 2 August 1872, 55 Beckway Street, Walworth, Surrey; d.
Bet. July - September 1872, St Saviour District, Surrey Age 0

Notes for Alice Maud WHEATON:
Robert WHEATON is shown as her father on her birth certificate but he died in 1867

End of Margaret WHEATON née Scott PARKER's Descendant Report

Descendants of George WEST

(This family has not been researched; this information is what we have acquired when looking for our WHEATON connections)
Generation No. 1

1. George WEST was born Abt. 1830 in Wandsworth, Surrey. He married (1) Sarah UNKNOWN wife of George WEST Bef. 1863. She was born Abt. 1828 in Matcham, Buckinghamshire, and died Bef. 1877. He married (2) Margaret Scott PARKER Bet. April - June 1882 in St Saviour District, London, daughter of Charles PARKER. She was born Abt. 1835 in Bishopsgate, Middlesex.

Notes for George WEST:
Addresses
1871 123 Trafalgar Street, Newington St Mary, London
1881 138 Westmorland Road, Newington, Surrey, with a lodger, Margaret WHEATON,
later his wife.
1891 Not found

More About George WEST:
Occupation: 1871, 1881 Labourer

Notes for Sarah UNKNOWN wife of George WEST:
Addresses
1871 123 Trafalgar Street, Newington St Mary, London

Child of George WEST and Sarah WEST is:
i. Alice WEST, b. Abt. 1863, London.

Notes for Alice WEST:
Addresses
1871 123 Trafalgar Street, Newington St Mary, London

End of George WEST's Descendant Report
Source: (Name)
Title: 1881 Newington, Surrey
Source: (Death)
Title: FreeBMD web site
Source: (Death)
Title: Ancestry.com
Source: (Death)
Title: London, England, Deaths and Burials, 1813-1980 forMargaret West from ancestry
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0600/WHEATON 0501
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1871 Hospital Nurse, Guys Hospital; 1881 Dressmaker
Reference: 00065

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HIBBERT, Mary (b. 1820, d. 28 SEP 1871)
Note: Addresses
1854 24 Chorlton Street, Manchester, Lancashire
1861 Not found
1871 59 Morton Street, Gorton, Lancashire
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1871 Gorton, Lancashire
Source: (Death)
Title: Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London
Media: Book
Source: (Death)
Title: Death Certificate
Event: Type: Informant of Death
Place: Fanny GILCHRIST, In attendance at Royal Infirmary, Manchester, Lancashire
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0600
Reference: 00067
Cause: Small pox certified

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BATEMAN, William (b. 30 JUN 1816, d. BET JAN AND MAR 1883)
Note: Addresses
1841 High Street, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1842 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1851 High Street, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
At same address were James BATEMAN, father, Widower, Age 69 Ag Lab, Infirm,
Parish Relief, born Little Paxton, Huntingdonshire and George BATEMAN, brother.
unmarried, age 17, Ag Lab, born Somersham, Huntingdonshire.
1861 Church Lane, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1871 Dean Road, Newchurch, Lancashire
1881 Spring Gardens, Newchurch, Lancashire
Source: (Name)
Title: 1851 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Source: (Birth)
Title: Michael BEBBINGTON 1/11/2004
Source: (Death)
Title: ancestry.com web site
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0600/BATEMAN 0500
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1842 Labourer; 1851, 1861 Ag Lab; 1871 Cotton Picker; 1881 Cotton Waste Picker
Reference: 00070

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SMITH, George (b. 1827, d. BET JAN AND MAR 1862)
Note: Address
1852 Holy Trinity, Islington, Middlesex
1861 48 Rosman Street, Goswell Street, Clerkenwell St James, Middlesex
1871 Not found
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1881 Islington, Middlesex
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1861 Clerkenwell, Middlesex
Source: (Death)
Title: findmypast
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0600/SMITH 0510
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1852 Shoemaker; 1861 Bootmaker
Reference: 00072

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WHEATON, William (b. 1762, d. JUN 1836)
Note: Information from Roland ASPINALL 6.9.1993 which probably applies to this William and his brother John WHEATON
"Claims for Rights of Common under the Inclosure Acts. Somersham Heath
8 December 1796 No.76 William WHEATON. I, William WHEATON, claim to be entitled to one commonable messuage in Somersham in my own occupation: Freehold. Signed Wm WHEATON
8 December 1796 No.273 John WHEATON. I, John WHEATON, claim to be entitled to one commonable messuage in Colne. Signed Robert LEES for John WHEATON
16 February 1797 No.65 John WHEATON. I claim a right of common for a Messuage in Earith in occupation of John SEARLE. Copyhold, Somersham within the Soak. Signed John WHEATON

1821/1823
In 1821 a William WHEATON was charged on two occasions with Larceny. We are not too sure which William WHEATON is involved. The father would have been 59 years old and the son 32. One of the charges refers to William as a "Yeoman" which could indicate the Father William who seemed to be a respected citizen, but he could have thought an injustice was being done and tried to right it. Son William married in 1821 in Bluntisham, but then this could have been the incident which made him move from Somersham. The man in the second charge was a Butcher, which could have applied to both and could indicate that two different Williams were involved in the two events, except that the wording of the outcome of the case indicated that the accused was the same man in both cases.

The first crime which one or other of them had committed was opening the Pound and rescuing a horse lawfully impounded by Edward GEESON. On the second occasion William rescued two ewes and two lambs belonging to John LEEDS Yeoman. John LEEDS had impounded the animals as a "distress for damage done by wrongful grazing". Both charges were considered to be a "True Bill".

On the 16th October 1821 William WHEATON was prosecuted at the Huntingdon Michaelmas Quarter Session. His crime was "a Pound Breach". The prosecution was brought by the Trustees of the Somersham Road, the "Bill was found" and a "Bench Warrant" was to be sent. In the margin were the words "pd for".

On the 15th January 1822 William WHEATON was again prosecuted for a similar offence. He was found guilty, fined £5 and committed until the fine was paid. When the money was paid an order was made for his discharge, and the second indictment abandoned.

At the Hurstingstone Petty Session for July and August 1827 a William WHEATON was found guilty of having defective weights and false and unequal balances. He was fined £1. The following is from the catalogue for this instance which indicates that William was not alone in being convicted, but his was the highest fine.
QUARTER SESSIONS BOXED PAPERS ref. HCP/1/11 date 1826-1827
1827 - Conviction: Gifford WHITE, Edward LUCAS, Joseph SQUARE (all of Bluntisham) (5/-), John CLIFTON (10/-), Samuel FREEMAN (5/-), John PAPWORTH, William PAPWORTH (10/-), William TAYLOR (7/6), John MANNING (5/-), William WHEATON £1.0.0), William IBBOT (5/-) (All of Somersham); Charlotte SMITH (7/6) Colne, William CUSTANCE (5/-) Earith, James MIDDLETON (5/-_. Thomas HARVEY (10/-), James CLACK (5/-), William HAWSON (7/6) All of Warboys; Richard SWAN, John TOWNSEND (5/-), Ramsey, William BABEE (5/-) Little Stukeley, John PAGE (5/-), Thomas MEADOWS (10/-) Wistow; Robert DRING (5/-) Broughton, William SETCHELL (10/-) Upwood.


Land Tax for Assessment for Hurstingstone Hundred 1804
Pidley-cum-Fenton
Owner - Mr MANN Occupier Wm WHEATON 7s. 4½d

Somersham
Owners
The Rev Thos JOHNSTONE £2. 8s 0d
Mrs CHRISTY Occupier Wm WHEATON £5.14s. 0d
Mrs RAILTON £4.12s. 0d

From A2A web site
Records of All Saints Parish Church, Broughton
FILE - Volume of material relating to Church land, the poor rate, and Somersham Manor - ref. HP8/3/1 - date: 1647, 1800-1831
[from Scope and Content] Copy Rector's lease to Wm. Wheaton of land on Somersham Heath, 1805 221 - 223

WILLIAM WHEATON 1762 - 1836
William was baptised on the 24th June 1762 in Woodhurst, Huntingdonshire. By 1767 the family were in Houghton where John, a brother for William, was baptised. Two years later they had moved again to Somersham where a third boy, Robert was baptised. The baby was buried within a few days of his baptism, but it appears that Williams' parents had decided that they were going to remain in the village of Somersham and not continue their wanderings.

After the death of baby Robert there were other brothers and sisters for William and John; Elizabeth in 1770, Robert in 1772, Ann in 1774 and Philip in 1777. By 1780 William could have already been earning his living, and if not, the events of that year would surely have meant that he had to work. His parents baptised another daughter, Mary on the 7th February 1780, but three months later the family were returning to the church for the funeral of their father who died aged 48 years. Within another few months the new baby was also buried.

Whether William, the father, was a butcher in Somersham we do not know, but that is the occupation which was followed by all four of his sons. William, the son, stayed in Somersham, John went to Colne, Robert to Bluntisham, and Philip to Chatteris.

Within four years of his father's death William married Rebecca CHURCH in Somersham on the 19th October 1784 with witnesses William WHITTLESEY and Mary MORLAND, but Rebecca died two years after the wedding. Three years later William married again to Ann GUNTON on the 7th November 1787. This time the witnesses were Elizabeth GUNTON, Jane WHITE and the curate, John WILLIAMS. This would seem to be the start of a happier period for the WHEATON family as William's brothers and sisters married, and William and Ann's family grew. Their first son (William) was baptised in December 1789 to be followed by four more sons, and five daughters, one of whom died at the age of one year, so of their ten children nine survived to become adults and to marry.

A seemingly healthy family could have been the result of having somewhere suitable to live for William appeared to own freehold property (So perhaps his father did leave him a cottage!) which suggests he was not one of the poor in the parish. (In 1807 he was one of thirty three freeholders). In 1790 William was able to vote in the County Elections, and he appears on the list of voters for subsequent elections. In 1790 he voted for John, Lord HINCHINBROOK, although in 1807 his votes went to the Rt Hon. Lord Viscount PROBY and William Henry FELLOWES, Esq., with FELLOWES and HINCHINBROOKE being elected. He voted again in 1818 (for The Rt. Hon. Lord Frederick MONTAGUE and William FELLOWES), 1826 (RUSSELL) and 1830 (Lord Viscount STRATHAVON and John Bonfoy ROOPER).

There are other references to the fact that he owned property. In 1796 William was claiming for "Rights of Common under the Inclosure Acts" for land when Somersham Heath was enclosed. There are also references in 1804 to a William WHEATON occupying property owned by The Reverend Thos JOHNSTONE, Mrs CHRISTY and Mrs RAILTON assessed at £2. 8s. 0d, £5. 14s. 0d and £4. 12s. 0d respectively, so besides his own freehold property he was in a position to rent from others. There were also WHEATONs who were receiving rents on properties owned by them in Colne. In 1812 in the Somersham Churchwardens and Overseers Rates Assessments there was the following entry:
William WHEATON House @@ £ 2. 0s. 0d
Orchard (late Bright) @@ 14s. 0d
Allotment on the Lawns @@ £ 3. 13s. 6d
New Inclosure of Mr Johnson @@ £21. 6s. 0d
New Inclosure of late Mr Johnson @@ £15. 10s. 4d

£43. 3s.10d.
To pay 10s 9½d.
So it would seem that William WHEATON had quite a substantial land holding, both freehold and rented.

William certainly appears to be a respected member of the village. In 1803 there was public unrest about the threat of invasion by the French. The villagers of Somersham held a meeting where the Somersham Company of the Huntingdonshire Voluntary Infantry was set up and William is shown as a volunteer from 1803 to 1805. He obviously took an interest in the affairs of the parish and frequently attended the Vestry meetings. One was held on the 30th July 1820, first at the Church, and then at the Black Bull. It was agreed that repairs should be carried out on the church roof at a total cost of £183. The churchwardens signed the book, as did several parishioners, including William WHEATON. He was again involved in the meeting held at the Rose and Crown on the 25th January 1830. This was concerned with the vaccination of the children of the poor against smallpox. The cost was 2/-d per head. It was pointed out that if the vaccination resulted in the child having the disease the Church would have to forfeit the 2/-d! William was also noted as being present on the 15th April 1830 when Edward CASTLE agreed to attend to the poor as surgeon and apothecary at a salary of £30 a year. On the 21st October 1830, again at the Rose and Crown, he helped elect the village Constables, Fen and Field Reeves, a Pindar and a Crier. The topics discussed at these meetings certainly highlight the wide-ranging aspects of village life that had to be considered which also, on the 22nd November 1830, resulted in William WHEATON being chosen, amongst others, to work the Somersham Fire Engine.

William himself was mentioned on the 9th October 1829 as his ½ year's rent of £3 was due. Similar notes were made in the Vestry minutes on the 19th March 1830 and the 8th October 1830. On the 10th February 1832 he was assessed at £2. 10s. 0d for Highway Rates and had to pay 7d. William was even attending meetings where members of his family were being discussed and being allowed payments from the parish. Although nine of William and Ann's ten children grew up, there were sickness problems when they were older. There are many references to parish relief being paid to a Robert WHEATON for the care of his wife, but we believe this is a member of Carol PYENTA's family, not yet linked to our WHEATONs, although Robert did live just round the corner from our WHEATON family. However, on the 11th December 1829 payments commenced for Thomas WHEATON, the second son of William and Ann which suggest that Thomas was unable to work for some time. Philip. the youngest son in the family was also probably unwell at this time. He was buried in 1832, aged 27 years, two weeks before his reputed daughter, Ann BECK, was baptised in the same church.

In the Quarter Sessions records events were entered which suggest that this family had other problems to face. In 1821 a William WHEATON was charged on two occasions with Larceny. We are not too sure which William WHEATON is involved. The father would have been 59 years old, and the son 32. One of the charges refers to William as a "Yeoman" which could indicate the father. On the other hand this William seems to have been a respected citizen although it could be that he thought an injustice was being done which was why he took the action he did. The son William married in 1821 in Bluntisham but then this could have been the incident which made him move from Somersham. The man in the second charge was a Butcher, which could have applied to both men and could indicate that two different Williams were involved in the two events, except that the wording of the outcome of the case indicates that the accused was the same man in both cases.

The first crime which one or other of them had committed was opening the Pound and rescuing a horse lawfully impounded by Edward GEESON. On the second occasion William WHEATON had rescued two ewes and two lambs belonging to John LEEDS, Yeoman. Edward GEESON had impounded the animals as a "distress for damage done by wrongful grazing". Both charges were considered to be a "True Bill".

On the 16th October 1821 William WHEATON was prosecuted at the Huntingdon Michaelmas Quarter Sessions. His crime was a "Pound Breach". The prosecution was brought be the Trustees of the Somersham Road, the "Bill was found" and a "Bench Warrant" was to be sent. In the margin were the words "pd for".

On the 15th January 1822 William WHEATON was again prosecuted for a similar offence. He was found guilty, fined £5 and committed until the fine was paid. When the money was paid an order was made for his discharge, and the second indictment abandoned.

This was not the last conflict with the law in this particular branch of the WHEATON family. A Return of Forfeiture was levied at the Hurstingstone Petty Sessions for July and August 1827 against William WHEATON of Somersham, which must have been the father. His crime was to have defective weights and false and unequal balances. As a result William WHEATON was fined £1. 0s. 0d.

William's mother died in 1803, he saw all but Ann of his children marry. (Ann was to marry in 1841), but his wife out lived him. At his death in 1836 William's age was given as 77 years, which would have made him born in the year 1759. So, was he perhaps the William baptised in Grantham in January 1758, son of William and Elizabeth? And then baptised again in Woodhurst in 1762 after the marriage of his parents? He was buried at the church of St John the Baptist in Somersham on the 9th June 1836. We have not found a Will, so what happened to his freehold house and land? His widow, Ann, did not inherit his property as in 1841 she lived with her daughter-in-law, Mary, (widow of Thomas who was buried four months after his father) and in 1843 she died at 34 New Square, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. As always, more unanswered questions!

WILLIAM WHEATON 1762 - 1836

Recently (2002) we became aware that there was an "Administration at length" for this William WHEATON, and on the 27th November 2001 we obtained a copy, a transcript of which is included here.

It would seem that before his death William had sold some land, which, it was alleged, was not his to sell. The purchaser wanted to take the Executors and Administrators of William's estate to the High Court of Chancery, but the Executors had not had the Will proved. The purpose of the following document seems to be to appoint another Administrator, which was necessary before the court case could proceed further.

So, we now have to find out about the High Court of Chancery to ascertain the outcome of the case against William WHEATON.

December 1837
William by Divine Providence Archbishop of Canterbury Primate of all England and Metropolitan To our well beloved in Christ George Peters of Chancery Lane in the County of Middlesex Gentleman Greeting: Whereas it hath been alleged before the Worshipful Jesse Addams Doctor of Law Surrogate of the Right Honourable Sir Hubert Jenner Knight Doctor of Laws Master Keeper or Commissary of our Prerogative Court of Canterbury lawfully constituted on the part and behalf of Samuel Hillyard of Somersham in the County of Huntingdon Yeoman That in the Month of May in the Year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and twenty three the said Samuel Hillyard filed his Bill of Complaint in Her Majesty's High Court of Chancery of Great Britain against Thomas Escolme Fisher and William Wheaton (now deceased) and against William Wright George Pearson and Rebecca Pearson thereby stating (amongst other things) that on the twenty sixth day of June One thousand eight hundred and twenty two William Pearson since deceased and the said William Wheaton pretending to have a good Title to the Lands and Premises hereinafter mentioned, to wit, the said William Wheaton as entitled to the Equity of Redemption of the said Land subject to a Mortgage thereof to the said William Pearson for a Term of One thousand years caused the same to be put up to sale by public auction according to certain particulars of Sale, to wit. "The following valuable Freehold Estate Lot 1. All those 3a of arable Land a short distance from Somersham on the Road leading to St Ives Tythe free occupied by William Wheaton The purchaser of this Lot to pay down immediately after the Sale into the hands of the Proprietors Attorney or Agent a deposit of £10 per cent in part of the purchase Money and sign an agreement for the payment of the remainder on the 11th day of October next paying one Guinea as his share of the Expence of such agreement That a good Title to the Lot purchased shall be made by the Vendor at his own Expence and the Lot be conveyed and assured and possession of the same be given to the purchaser on the said 11th day of October on payment of the remainder of the purchase Money such Conveyance and assurance being prepared by the Vendors Attorney such purchaser paying 4 Guineas and the Stamp Duties thereon - That as this and another Lot are held under the same Title the purchaser of this Lot shall have the Custody of the Title Deeds upon his entering into the usual Covenant for the production thereof to the purchaser of Lot 3." and further stating that the said Samuel Hillyard was declared the highest bidder for the said Premises and agreed to become the purchaser thereof for the sum of One hundred and seven pounds and thereupon the aforesaid agreement was signed by him and the said Thomas Escolme Fisher the attorney of the said William Pearson and William Wheaton and he then paid the sum of Ten Pounds and ten shillings in part of the purchase Money and one Guinea as his share of the Expence of the said Agreement and one Guinea to the Auctioneer and Three Pounds two shillings and five pence as the Amount of the Auction Duty on his said purchase That on the seventeenth day of July following the said Samuel Hillyard gave to the said William Pearson with the approbation of the said William Wheaton a promissory Note for payment of ninety six Pounds ten shillings the Balance of the said purchase Money and was then let into possession of the said Land and afterwards on the fourteenth of October following offered to pay the said residue of the said purchase Money on having the Title Deeds to the said Premises delivered up and a proper Conveyance thereof executed to him but was told by the said Thomas Escolme Fisher that the property held under the same Title remaining unsold was so situated that he could not have the said Deeds upon which he declined to pay the remainder of the said purchase Money and demanded an abstract of the Title of the said Premises which was afterwards delivered to his Solicitors and he was advised that the Title thereby shown was not good and further stating that the said Samuel Hillyard had always been ready and willing to perform the said agreement and had made frequent applications to the Vendors to make out a good Title to the said Premises and make and execute to him a proper conveyance thereof but without effect and therefore Praying Relief as in the said Bill is mentioned(?) And whereas it was further alleged that the said William Wheaton was late of Somersham in the County of Huntingdon and died on the fourth day of June One thousand eight hundred and thirty six having made his Will last Will and Testament in writing and thereof appointed the said Thomas Escolme Fisher one of the Parties to the aforementioned suit and William Mason Executors who have refused or neglected to take upon them or either of them the Probate and Execution thereof (the said Deceased having whilst living and at the time of his death Goods Chattels or Credits in divers Dioceses or Jurisdictions within the province of Canterbury sufficient to found the Jurisdiction of our said Prerogative Court of Canterbury) That divers Proceedings have been had in the said suit in the said High Court of Chancery but that no further proceedings can be had therein with effect on behalf of the said Samuel Hillyard until there is a legal Representative of the said William Wheaton deceased before the said Court. That the said William Mason hath been duly cited with the usual Intimation to accept or refuse the Probate and Execution of the said Will and that on the first Session of Michaelmas Term to wit, Saturday the fourth day of November last our(?) Master Keeper or Commissary aforesaid in pain of the said William Mason so cited and intimated and thrice called and not appearing at the Petition of the Proctor of the said Samuel Hillyard and on Motion of the Advocate Decreed Letters of Administration of the Good Chattels and Credits of the said William Wheaton deceased limited to the purpose only to attend supply substantiate and confirm the Proceedings already had or that shall or may hereafter be had in the aforesaid Cause or Suit in the said High Court of Chancery or in any other Cause or Suit which may be commenced in the said Court or in any other Court between the aforementioned Parties or any other Parties touching and concerning the Matters at issue in the said Cause or Suit and until a final Decree shall be had and made therein and the said Decree carried into execution and the execution thereof fully completed but not further or otherwise to be granted and committed to the said George Peters as a Person for that purpose named by and on the part and behalf of the said Samuel Hillyard on giving the usual(?) Security (Justice so requiring) We do therefore by these Presents grant full power and authority to you the said George Peters in whose fidelity we confide to Administer and faithfully dispose of the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said William Wheaton deceased limited to the purpose only to attend supply substantiate and confirm the Proceedings already had or that shall or may hereafter be had in the aforesaid Cause or Suit in the said High Court of Chancery or in any other Cause or Suit which may be commenced in the said Court or in any other Court between the aforementioned Parties or any other Parties touching and concerning the Matters at issue in the said Cause or Suit and until a final Decree shall be had and made therein and the said Decree carried into execution and the Execution thereof fully completed but no further or otherwise you having been already sworn will and faithfully to administer the same and to make a true and perfect Inventory of the said limited?) Goods Chattels and Credits and to exhibit the same unto the Registry of our said Prerogative Court of Canterbury together with a true and just account of and concerning your Administration thereof when you shall be thereunto lawfully required and we do by these Presents ordain refute and constitute you the said George Peters Administrator of the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said William Wheaton deceased limited to the purpose only to attend supply substantiate and confirm the Proceedings already had or that shall or may hereafter be had in the aforesaid Cause or Suit in the said High Court of Chancery or in any other Cause or Suit which may be commenced in the said Court or in any other Court between the aforementioned Parties or any other Parties touching and concerning the Matters at issue in the said Cause or Suit and until final Decree shall be had and made therein and the said Decree carried into execution and the Execution thereof fully completed but no further or otherwise - Given at London the seventh day of December in the Year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and thirty seven and in the tenth Year of our Translation ./-

We have long believed that William was comparatively wealthy, and we felt sure that he would have left property because he was able to vote. If the Administrator of his estate was involved in Court of Chancery proceedings, perhaps that was the cause of the disappearance of his family's inheritance.
Source: (Birth)
Title: Woodhurst Parish Registers
Source: (Individual)
Title: Administration for Will of William WHEATON
Media: Book
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0800/GUNTON 0800/WHEATON 0700
Event: Type: Administration
Place: "At length". Executors did not have the Will Proved. Before his death William was accused of selling land which did not belong to him. This Administration was obtained so that the case in the Courts of Chancery could proceed
Occupation: Place: 1830 Butcher (Pigots Directory)
Reference: 00012

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CHURCH, Rebecca (b. 1760, d. DEC 1786)
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0800/WHEATON 0700
Reference: 00073

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GUNTON, Ann (b. 1769, d. 1 MAR 1843)
Note: Addresses
1841 High Street North, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Living with daughter-in-law, Mary WHEATON née SEEKINGS and her family
Source: (Name)
Title: 1841 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Birth)
Title: Calculated from age at death
Source: (Death)
Title: Certificate
Media: Civil Registry
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: GUNTON 0800/WHEATON 0800/WHEATON 0700
Event: Type: Present at death
Place: Sarah TAYLOR of 23 East Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See notes
Occupation: Place: 1841 Independent
Reference: 00013
Cause: Dropsy

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WHEATON, William (b. 1789, d. 15 FEB 1872)
Note: Addresses
1825 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
1841 High Street, Bluntisham, Huntingdonshire. William was a lodger with William WEBB, a
Publican and his family. The property was property was probably a public house.
Ann MASON (15) was a female servant and other s in the property were Coxe FEARY (15)
Ag Lab, Lowe HARRISON (45) Mason's J (?) all born Huntingdonshire
1851 Colne Street, Bluntisham. Lodging with William BELDON and his family
1857-1861, and 1861-1868
Regularly in and out of St Ives Union either for being destitute, or for not being able to
find work. At the time of each visit he gave contradictory information about age and place
of birth.
1861 St Ives Union Workhouse, Hemingford Grey, Huntingdonshire
1871 St Ives Union Workhouse, Hemingford Grey, Huntingdonshire

Information from Roland ASPINALL 9.11.1993 and 22.11.1993
Between 1857 and 1861 William WHEATON was regularly in and out of the St Ives Union either for being destitute or for not being able to find work. In September 1861 he gave his age as 73. From 1861 to 1868 he was in the St Ives Union (Workhouse). He came from Bluntisham and Earith and is recorded as being born in September 1788. He was never admitted with a wife or close relatives. He is described as a Butcher and as a Labourer, also as not being “able bodied”. The early records show him to be Church of England but in 1866 he is shown as a Dissenter.
Source: (Name)
Title: 1841 Bluntisham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Death)
Title: St Ives Workhouse Records from Roland ASPINALL
Source: (Burial)
Title: Microfiche of Bluntisham Parish Church Registers
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0700/WHEATON 0702/WHEATON 0601
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1825 Butcher; 1841, 1851 Ag Lab; 1857 Labourer; 1851 Ag Lab; 1861 Formerly Butcher; 1871 Agricultural Labourer
Reference: 00074

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WHEATON, Robert (b. ABT 1792, d. 12 DEC 1871)
Note: Addresses
1841 High Street South, Somersham, Huntingdonshire, living in same property as William HASLOT
and family, but with John BURY (40) Thomas BURY (17) and George BURY (12) all Match Men
born outside Huntingdonshire
1851 High Street, Somersham, Huntingdonshire, lodging with his son John and family
1857 St Ives Union, St Ives, Huntingdonshire leaving on the 24th May, but returning on the 5th
June.
1861 Main Street, Somersham, Huntingdonshire
or
St Ives Union Workhouse, Hemingford Grey, Huntingdonshire
1864-1871
He could have been in the Workhouse several times between 1864 and 1871.
1871 St Ives Union Workhouse, Hemingford Grey, Huntingdonshire

In 1827 a Robert WHEATON, a butcher from Somersham, had two conflicts with the law involving three events. On each occasion he had turned sheep to graze on the Somersham Turnpike Road, in the first instance a total of fifty animals were involved. He was fined 5/-d for the first two offences and £2 for the third, with a total of £2. 12s. 6d for costs. (Elsewhere we have found that such roads were let to different individuals in the parish for grazing and in return the hirer was responsible for the upkeep of the road. Probably therefore, the grazing rights on the Somersham Turnpike road belonged to someone other than Robert).

1850 - Robert WHEATON accused Samuel THORP of stealing two waistcoats valued at 2/-s and a handkerchief valued at 3d. The crime was at Hemingford Grey on the 5th June 1850. Samuel THORP was also accused of receiving. He was found no guilty

1852 - Robert WHEATON accused Samuel THORPE of stealing from his clothing

Information from Roland ASPINALL 9.11.1993
In May 1857 Robert WHEATON was in the St Ives Union (Workhouse). He was discharged at his own request on the 24th May 1857, but was re-admitted on the 5th June 1857. He was probably in the Workhouse again from 1864 to 1871. The records show that he was born on the 10th May 1790 in Somersham and imply that he was a widower having worked in earlier years as a Farm Labourer. In 1871 he was "not able bodied". In 1867 he is recorded as being a religious dissenter, but another record shows him to be Church of England.
Source: (Name)
Title: 1841 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1861 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1851 Somersham, Huntingdonshire
Media: Book
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1851 Bluntisham
Source: (Death)
Title: St Ives Workhouse Records from Roland ASPINALL
Source: (Burial)
Title: National Burial Index from Findfmypast web site
Event: Type: A Chart Number
Place: WHEATON 0700/WHEATON 0602
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1841, 1846 Butcher; 1851 Calf Jobber; 1861 Cattle Driver or Formerly Butcher; 1871 Butcher
Reference: 00076

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WHEATON, Joseph (b. ABT 1797, d. BET APR AND JUN 1870)
Note: Addresses
1831 George Street, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1841 Newmarket Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
1851 East Road, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire as WEATON
In the same house, besides daughter Martha PETERS and her son Joseph,
there was a servant, Susannah SHADMOLT, Age 45, born Cambridge,
Cambridgeshire and 7, possibly 8 lodgers: Christopher BARRETT (68)
born Faversham, Kent and Charles RUTHERFORD (28) Tailor born Cambridge,
Cambridgeshire, both widowers, Lamtaff (20) and George (48) DELLOR and
James GALOR (31) all Labourer's, and Frederick TURNER (25) Gardener,
all four unmarried and born in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, Frederick
ROWLINSON (19) Shoemaker born in Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire and
James LONGLAND (55) a Schoolmaster form Buckden, Kent.
1861 11 Honey Hill, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.
Living with them was a grandson, Joseph PETERS

A Joseph WHEATON appears in the Court, Land & Probate, England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892, Cambridgeshire records for the Epiphany term 1830. Does this information apply to this Joseph WHEATON?
Joseph WHEATON : Offence - Converting to his own use property he had found : Sentence - Judgement arrested

Although the occupation does not appear to match all other Joseph WHEATONs are too young to be the one below. But the address is right and then the next entry mentions "Butcher" so I think this is the right man
http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/20738/pages/1993
Gazette Issue 20738 published on the 28 May 1847. Page 35 of 44
"Whereas a Petition, of Joseph WHEATON, at present, and for two years and a half last past, residing on the East Road, Barnwell, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, Retailer of Beer and Carter, an insolvent debtor....." The Notice goes on to say that Joseph WHEATON is required to appear in court on the 9th June at 11 in the forenoon for his first examination.

http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/20749/pages/2399
Gazette Issue 20749 published on the 29 June 1847. Page 25 of 40
"Whereas a Petition, of Joseph WHEATON, at present, and for two years and a half last past, residing on the East Road, Barnwell, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, Retailer of Beer, Carter, Butcher, Dealer in Pigs, an insolvent debtor....." The Notice goes on to say that Joseph WHEATON is required to appear in court on the 15th July next at Basinghall Street in the City of London
Source: (Name)
Title: 1841 St Andrew the Less, Cambridge
Media: Book
Source: (Name)
Title: 1861 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 0700/WHEATON 0607
Event: Type: Residences
Place: See Notes
Occupation: Place: 1821, 1825, 1827, 1831, 1841, 1842, 1850, 1851, 1861 Butcher
Reference: 00080

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