Elizabeth Blundell1

F, #18603, b. between 8 June 1828 and 30 March 1829
FatherJames Blundell1 b. bt 31 Mar 1804 - 30 Mar 1805
MotherAlice Cave1 b. bt 8 Jun 1806 - 7 Jun 1811
Birth*between 8 June 1828 and 30 March 1829 Elizabeth Blundell was born between 8 June 1828 and 30 March 1829 at Downholland, Lancashire, England, .1,2 
(Member Of Household) Census 18416 June 1841 She was listed as a member of the household of James Blundell in the 1841 census at Barton, Downholland, Lancashire, England, .1 
(Daughter) Census 185130 March 1851 She was listed as the daughter of James Blundell in the 1851 census at Barton, Downholland, Lancashire, England, .2 
Occupation30 March 1851 Elizabeth Blundell was a farmers daughter on 30 March 1851.2 

Citations

  1. [S76] UK National Census for 1841 for UK, "HO 107/512/2 f6a p5."
  2. [S40] UK National Census for 1851 for UK, "HO 107/2196 f258 p4 10."

James Blundell1

M, #18604, b. between 8 June 1830 and 7 June 1831
FatherJames Blundell1 b. bt 31 Mar 1804 - 30 Mar 1805
MotherAlice Cave1 b. bt 8 Jun 1806 - 7 Jun 1811
Birth*between 8 June 1830 and 7 June 1831 James Blundell was born between 8 June 1830 and 7 June 1831 at Lancashire, England, .1 
(Member Of Household) Census 18416 June 1841 He was listed as a member of the household of James Blundell in the 1841 census at Barton, Downholland, Lancashire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S76] UK National Census for 1841 for UK, "HO 107/512/2 f6a p5."

John Blundell1

M, #18605, b. between 8 June 1832 and 30 March 1833
FatherJames Blundell1 b. bt 31 Mar 1804 - 30 Mar 1805
MotherAlice Cave1 b. bt 8 Jun 1806 - 7 Jun 1811
Name Variation  John Blundell was also known as John Blundell.1 
Birth*between 8 June 1832 and 30 March 1833 He was born between 8 June 1832 and 30 March 1833 at Downholland, Lancashire, England, .1,2 
(Member Of Household) Census 18416 June 1841 He was listed as a member of the household of James Blundell in the 1841 census at Barton, Downholland, Lancashire, England, .1 
(Son) Census 185130 March 1851 He was listed as the son of James Blundell in the 1851 census at Barton, Downholland, Lancashire, England, .2 
Occupation30 March 1851 John Blundell was a farmers son on 30 March 1851.2 

Citations

  1. [S76] UK National Census for 1841 for UK, "HO 107/512/2 f6a p5."
  2. [S40] UK National Census for 1851 for UK, "HO 107/2196 f258 p4 10."

Richard Blundell1

M, #18606, b. between 31 March 1837 and 7 June 1837
FatherJames Blundell1 b. bt 31 Mar 1804 - 30 Mar 1805
MotherAlice Cave1 b. bt 8 Jun 1806 - 7 Jun 1811
Birth*between 31 March 1837 and 7 June 1837 Richard Blundell was born between 31 March 1837 and 7 June 1837 at Downholland, Lancashire, England, .1,2 
(Member Of Household) Census 18416 June 1841 He was listed as a member of the household of James Blundell in the 1841 census at Barton, Downholland, Lancashire, England, .1 
(Son) Census 185130 March 1851 He was listed as the son of James Blundell in the 1851 census at Barton, Downholland, Lancashire, England, .2 
Occupation30 March 1851 Richard Blundell was a farmers son on 30 March 1851.2 

Citations

  1. [S76] UK National Census for 1841 for UK, "HO 107/512/2 f6a p5."
  2. [S40] UK National Census for 1851 for UK, "HO 107/2196 f258 p4 10."

Thomas Fazakerly1

M, #18607, b. between 8 June 1821 and 7 June 1826
Birth*between 8 June 1821 and 7 June 1826 Thomas Fazakerly was born between 8 June 1821 and 7 June 1826 at Lancashire, England, .1 
(Member Of Household) Census 18416 June 1841 He was listed as a member of the household of James Blundell in the 1841 census at Barton, Downholland, Lancashire, England, .1 
Occupation7 June 1841 Thomas Fazakerly was a male servant on 7 June 1841.1 

Citations

  1. [S76] UK National Census for 1841 for UK, "HO 107/512/2 f6a p5."

Catherine Blundell1

F, #18608, b. between 31 March 1843 and 23 December 1843
FatherJames Blundell1 b. bt 31 Mar 1804 - 30 Mar 1805
MotherAlice Cave1 b. bt 8 Jun 1806 - 7 Jun 1811
Birth*between 31 March 1843 and 23 December 1843 Catherine Blundell was born between 31 March 1843 and 23 December 1843 at Downholland, Lancashire, England, .1,2 
Baptism24 December 1843 She was baptised on 24 December 1843 at St Cuthbert, Halsall, Lancashire, England, .2 
(Daughter) Census 185130 March 1851 She was listed as the daughter of James Blundell in the 1851 census at Barton, Downholland, Lancashire, England, .1 
Occupation30 March 1851 Catherine Blundell was a scholar on 30 March 1851.1 

Citations

  1. [S40] UK National Census for 1851 for UK, "HO 107/2196 f258 p4 10."
  2. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptisms: 24 Dec 1843 St Cuthbert, Halsall, Lancashire, England
    Catherine Blundell - Child of James Blundell & Alice
    Abode: Down Holland
    Occupation: Farmer
    Baptised by: R Leigh
    Register: Baptisms 1838 - 1850, Page 62, Entry 490
    Source: LDS Film 1849658."

John Blundell1

M, #18609, b. between 31 March 1779 and 3 September 1779
FatherRichard Blundell2
Birth*between 31 March 1779 and 3 September 1779 John Blundell was born between 31 March 1779 and 3 September 1779 at Halsall, Lancashire, England, .3 
Baptism4 September 1779 He was baptised on 4 September 1779 at St Cuthbert, Halsall, Lancashire, England, .2 
Marriage* He married Betty (?)1 
(Member Of Household) Census 18416 June 1841 He was listed as a member of the household of Richard Blundell in the 1841 census at Halsall, Lancashire, England, .4 
Occupation7 June 1841 John Blundell was a man of independant means on 7 June 1841.4 
(Father) Census 185130 March 1851 He was listed as the father of Richard Blundell in the 1851 census at Cross Lane, Halsall, Lancashire, England, .3 
Occupation30 March 1851 John Blundell was a landed proprietor on 30 March 1851.3 

Family

Betty (?) d. bt 8 Jun 1841 - 29 Mar 1851
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Website IGI (www.familysearch.org) "C135748."
  2. [S1] Website IGI (www.familysearch.org).
  3. [S40] UK National Census for 1851 for UK, "HO 107/2196 f225 p18 55."
  4. [S76] UK National Census for 1841 for UK, "HO 107/512/3 f15 p22."
  5. [S40] UK National Census for 1851 for UK, "HO 107/2196 f258 p4 10."
  6. [S277] Baptisms, BVRI, BLUNDELL, Edward     Christening
         Gender:     Male
         Birth Date:     11 Feb 1819     
         Christening Date:     7 Mar 1819     Recorded in:     Halsall, Lancashire, England
                   Collection:     BTs
         Father:     John BLUNDELL
         Mother:     Betty
    Source:     FHL Film 1068856     Dates:     1808 - 1837.
  7. [S277] Baptisms, BVRI,
         Gender:     Female
         Christening Date:     3 Nov 1822     Recorded in:     Halsall, Lancashire, England
                   Collection:     BTs
         Father:     John BLUNDELL
         Mother:     Betty
    Source:     FHL Film 1068856     Dates:     1808 - 1837.
  8. [S277] Baptisms, BVRI, BLUNDELL, William     Christening
         Gender:     Male
         Christening Date:     18 Apr 1824     Recorded in:     Halsall, Lancashire, England
                   Collection:     BTs
         Father:     John BLUNDELL
         Mother:     Betty
    Source:     FHL Film 1068856     Dates:     1808 - 1837.

Edward Blundell1

M, #18610, b. 11 February 1819
FatherJohn Blundell1,2 b. bt 31 Mar 1779 - 3 Sep 1779
MotherBetty (?)2 d. bt 8 Jun 1841 - 29 Mar 1851
Birth*11 February 1819 Edward Blundell was born on 11 February 1819 at Halsall, Lancashire, England, .1,2 
Baptism7 March 1819 He was baptised on 7 March 1819 at St Cuthbert, Halsall, Lancashire, England, .2 
(Brother) Census 185130 March 1851 He was listed as the brother of James Blundell in the 1851 census at Barton, Downholland, Lancashire, England, .1 
Occupation30 March 1851 Edward Blundell was a cordwainer on 30 March 1851.1 

Citations

  1. [S40] UK National Census for 1851 for UK, "HO 107/2196 f258 p4 10."
  2. [S277] Baptisms, BVRI, BLUNDELL, Edward     Christening
         Gender:     Male
         Birth Date:     11 Feb 1819     
         Christening Date:     7 Mar 1819     Recorded in:     Halsall, Lancashire, England
                   Collection:     BTs
         Father:     John BLUNDELL
         Mother:     Betty
    Source:     FHL Film 1068856     Dates:     1808 - 1837.

James Cave1

M, #18611, b. between 31 March 1777 and 24 October 1777
FatherHenry Cave2
Birth*between 31 March 1777 and 24 October 1777 James Cave was born between 31 March 1777 and 24 October 1777 at Halsall, Lancashire, England, .1,2 
Baptism25 October 1777 He was baptised on 25 October 1777 at St Cuthbert, Halsall, Lancashire, England, .2 
(Father-in-law) Census 185130 March 1851 He was listed as the father-in-law of James Blundell in the 1851 census at Barton, Downholland, Lancashire, England, .1 
Occupation30 March 1851 James Cave was a farm labourer on 30 March 1851.1 

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S40] UK National Census for 1851 for UK, "HO 107/2196 f258 p4 10."
  2. [S1088] Website Lancashire OPC (http://www.lan-opc.org.uk) "Baptism: 25 Oct 1777 St Cuthbert, Halsall, Lancashire, England
    James Cave - Son of Henry Cave
    Abode: Halsall
    Register: Baptisms 1711 - 1787, Page 60, Entry 22
    Source: LDS Film 1849658."

Richard Blundell1

M, #18612, b. 1850
Birth*1850 Richard Blundell was born in 1850 at Downholland, Lancashire, England, .1 
(Grandson) Census 185130 March 1851 He was listed as the grandson of James Blundell in the 1851 census at Barton, Downholland, Lancashire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S40] UK National Census for 1851 for UK, "HO 107/2196 f258 p4 10."

Mary Blundell1

F, #18613, b. 3 November 1822
FatherJohn Blundell1 b. bt 31 Mar 1779 - 3 Sep 1779
MotherBetty (?)1 d. bt 8 Jun 1841 - 29 Mar 1851
Baptism*3 November 1822 Mary Blundell was baptised on 3 November 1822 at St Cuthbert, Halsall, Lancashire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S277] Baptisms, BVRI,
         Gender:     Female
         Christening Date:     3 Nov 1822     Recorded in:     Halsall, Lancashire, England
                   Collection:     BTs
         Father:     John BLUNDELL
         Mother:     Betty
    Source:     FHL Film 1068856     Dates:     1808 - 1837.

William Blundell1

M, #18614, b. 18 April 1824
FatherJohn Blundell1 b. bt 31 Mar 1779 - 3 Sep 1779
MotherBetty (?)1 d. bt 8 Jun 1841 - 29 Mar 1851
Baptism*18 April 1824 William Blundell was baptised on 18 April 1824 at St Cuthbert, Halsall, Lancashire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S277] Baptisms, BVRI, BLUNDELL, William     Christening
         Gender:     Male
         Christening Date:     18 Apr 1824     Recorded in:     Halsall, Lancashire, England
                   Collection:     BTs
         Father:     John BLUNDELL
         Mother:     Betty
    Source:     FHL Film 1068856     Dates:     1808 - 1837.

Ally Blundell1

F, #18615, b. 29 April 1781
FatherRichard Blundell1
Baptism*29 April 1781 Ally Blundell was baptised on 29 April 1781 at St Cuthbert, Halsall, Lancashire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S277] Baptisms, BVRI, BLUNDELL, Ally     Christening
         Gender:     Female
         Christening Date:     29 Apr 1781     Recorded in:     Halsall, Lancashire, England
                   Collection:     BTs
         Father:     Richard BLUNDELL
    Source:     FHL Film 1068856     Dates:     1754 - 1804.

Elizabeth Blundell1

F, #18616, b. 11 January 1783
FatherRichard Blundell1
Baptism*11 January 1783 Elizabeth Blundell was baptised on 11 January 1783 at St Cuthbert, Halsall, Lancashire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S277] Baptisms, BVRI, BLUNDELL, Elisabeth     Christening
         Gender:     Female
         Christening Date:     11 Jan 1783     Recorded in:     Halsall, Lancashire, England
                   Collection:     BTs
         Father:     Richard Blundel BLUNDELL
    Source:     FHL Film 1068856     Dates:     1754 - 1804.

Richard Blundell1

M, #18617, b. 7 September 1783
FatherRichard Blundell1
Baptism*7 September 1783 Richard Blundell was baptised on 7 September 1783 at St Cuthbert, Halsall, Lancashire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S277] Baptisms, BVRI, BLUNDELL, Richard     Christening
         Gender:     Male
         Christening Date:     7 Sep 1783     Recorded in:     Halsall, Lancashire, England
                   Collection:     BTs
         Father:     Richard BLUNDELL
    Source:     FHL Film 1068856     Dates:     1754 - 1804.

Margaret Blundell1

F, #18618, b. 19 March 1785
FatherRichard Blundell1
Baptism*19 March 1785 Margaret Blundell was baptised on 19 March 1785 at St Cuthbert, Halsall, Lancashire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S277] Baptisms, BVRI, BLUNDELL, Margaret     Christening
         Gender:     Female
         Christening Date:     19 Mar 1785     Recorded in:     Halsall, Lancashire, England
                   Collection:     BTs
         Father:     Richard BLUNDELL
    Source:     FHL Film 1068856     Dates:     1754 - 1804.

Thomas Blundell1

M, #18619, b. 19 March 1785
FatherRichard Blundell1
Baptism*19 March 1785 Thomas Blundell was baptised on 19 March 1785 at St Cuthbert, Halsall, Lancashire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S277] Baptisms, BVRI, BLUNDELL, Thomas     Christening
         Gender:     Male
         Christening Date:     19 Mar 1785     Recorded in:     Halsall, Lancashire, England
                   Collection:     BTs
         Father:     Richard BLUNDELL
    Source:     FHL Film 1068856     Dates:     1754 - 1804.

James Blundell1

M, #18620, b. 29 January 1786
FatherRichard Blundell1
Baptism*29 January 1786 James Blundell was baptised on 29 January 1786 at St Cuthbert, Halsall, Lancashire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S277] Baptisms, BVRI, BLUNDELL, James     Christening
         Gender:     Male
         Christening Date:     29 Jan 1786     Recorded in:     Halsall, Lancashire, England
                   Collection:     BTs
         Father:     Richard BLUNDELL
    Source:     FHL Film 1068856     Dates:     1754 - 1804.

Stephen Gibbons1

M, #18621, b. between 1 January 1864 and 2 April 1864
FatherThomas Gibbons1 b. bt 3 Apr 1842 - 2 Apr 1843, d. 1880
MotherElizabeth Yarwood1 b. bt 4 Apr 1841 - 5 Apr 1841
Birth*between 1 January 1864 and 2 April 1864 Stephen Gibbons was born between 1 January 1864 and 2 April 1864 at Woodhouses, Dunham Massey, Cheshire, England, .1,2,3 
(Son) Census 18712 April 1871 He was listed as the son of Thomas Gibbons in the 1871 census at Woodhouses, Dunham Massey, Cheshire, England, .1 
(Son) Census 18813 April 1881 He was listed as the son of Elizabeth Gibbons in the 1881 census at Sandy Lane, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .2 
Occupation3 April 1881 Stephen Gibbons was a grocers assistant on 3 April 1881.2 
Marriage*1887 He married an unknown person in 1887 at St Peter, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .4 
Marriage*1887 He married Mary A Perrin in 1887 at St Peter, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .4 

Family

Mary A Perrin

Citations

  1. [S2] UK National Census for 1871 for UK, "RG10/3684 f30 p3 13."
  2. [S601] UK National Census for 1881 for UK, "RG11/3509 f18a p30 169."
  3. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "Trafford : Alt/25/1."
  4. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "Warrington : C16/1/43."

Thomas Bradley Gibbons1,2

M, #18622, b. between 1 January 1867 and 2 April 1867, d. 1951
FatherThomas Gibbons1 b. bt 3 Apr 1842 - 2 Apr 1843, d. 1880
MotherElizabeth Yarwood1 b. bt 4 Apr 1841 - 5 Apr 1841
Birth*between 1 January 1867 and 2 April 1867 Thomas Bradley Gibbons was born between 1 January 1867 and 2 April 1867 at Woodhouses, Dunham Massey, Cheshire, England, .1,2,3 
(Son) Census 18712 April 1871 He was listed as the son of Thomas Gibbons in the 1871 census at Woodhouses, Dunham Massey, Cheshire, England, .1 
(Son) Census 18813 April 1881 He was listed as the son of Elizabeth Gibbons in the 1881 census at Sandy Lane, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .2 
Occupation3 April 1881 Thomas Bradley Gibbons was a scholar on 3 April 1881.2 
Marriage*1908 He married Betsy Wrench in 1908 at St Peter, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .4 
Death*1951 Thomas Bradley Gibbons died in 1951.5 

Family

Betsy Astbury b. bt 1 Apr 1874 - 31 Mar 1875

Citations

  1. [S2] UK National Census for 1871 for UK, "RG10/3684 f30 p3 13."
  2. [S601] UK National Census for 1881 for UK, "RG11/3509 f18a p30 169."
  3. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "Trafford : ALT/29/6."
  4. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "Warrington : C16/1/295."
  5. [S1132] E-mails from Joan Harrop to Alan Bennett, 1907- "unknown cd."

Alfred Gibbons1

M, #18623, b. September 1869, d. 26 March 1900
FatherThomas Gibbons1 b. bt 3 Apr 1842 - 2 Apr 1843, d. 1880
MotherElizabeth Yarwood1 b. bt 4 Apr 1841 - 5 Apr 1841
Birth*September 1869 Alfred Gibbons was born in September 1869 at Woodhouses, Dunham Massey, Cheshire, England, .1 
(Son) Census 18712 April 1871 He was listed as the son of an unknown person in the 1871 census at Woodhouses, Dunham Massey, Cheshire, England, .1 
(Son) Census 18813 April 1881 He was listed as the son of Elizabeth Gibbons in the 1881 census at Sandy Lane, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .2 
Occupation3 April 1881 Alfred Gibbons was a scholar on 3 April 1881.2 
(Son) Census 18915 April 1891 He was listed as the son of Elizabeth Gibbons in the 1891 census at Sandy Lane, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .3 
Occupation5 April 1891 Alfred Gibbons was a grocers assistant on 5 April 1891.3 
Death*26 March 1900 He died on 26 March 1900 at Kimberley, South Africa, , at age 30; killed in action during the Boer War whilst serving with the 1st Life Guards.4,5 

Citations

  1. [S2] UK National Census for 1871 for UK, "RG10/3684 f30 p3 13."
  2. [S601] UK National Census for 1881 for UK, "RG11/3509 f18a p30 169."
  3. [S72] UK National Census for 1891 for UK, "RG12/2827 f152 p33 220."
  4. [S1132] E-mails from Joan Harrop to Alan Bennett, 1907- "unknown cd."
  5. [S955] Website Wikipaedia (unknown url) "The British suffered further defeats in their attempts to relieve Ladysmith at the Battle of Spion Kop of 19 to 24 January 1900, where Buller again attempted to cross the Tugela west of Colenso and was defeated again by Louis Botha after a hard-fought battle for a prominent hill feature which resulted in a further 1,000 British casualties and nearly 300 Boer casualties. Buller attacked Botha again on 5 February at Vaal Krantz and was again defeated.

    By taking command in person in Natal, Buller allowed the overall direction of the war to drift. Because of concerns about his performance and negative reports from the field, he was replaced as Commander in Chief by Field Marshal Lord Roberts. Roberts first intended like Buller to attack directly along the Cape Town - Pretoria railway but, again like Buller, was forced to relieve the beleaguered garrisons. Leaving Buller in command in Natal, Roberts massed further reinforcements near the Orange River and on 14 February 1900, he launched a major attack to relieve Kimberley. The city was relieved on 15 February by a cavalry division under Lieutenant General John French. At the Battle of Paardeberg on 18 February to 27 February 1900, Roberts then surrounded General Piet Cronje's retreating Boer army, and forced him to surrender with 4000 men after a siege lasting a week. Meanwhile, Buller at last succeeded in forcing a crossing of the Tugela, and defeated Botha's outnumbered forces north of Colenso, allowing the Relief of Ladysmith the day after Cronje surrendered.

    Roberts then advanced into the Orange Free State from the west, capturing Bloemfontein, the capital, on March 13. Meanwhile, he detached a small force to relieve Baden-Powell, and the Relief of Mafeking on May 18, 1900 provoked riotous celebrations in Britain.

    After being forced to delay for several weeks at Bloemfontein due to shortage of supplies and enteric fever (caused by poor hygiene, drinking bad water at Paardeburg and appalling medical care), Roberts resumed his advance. He was forced to halt again at Kroonstad for 10 days, due once again to the collapse of his medical and supply systems, then finally captured Johannesburg on May 31 and the capital of the Transvaal, Pretoria, on June 5. (Before the war, the Boers had constructed several forts south of Pretoria, but the artillery had been removed from the forts for use in the field, and in the event the Boers abandoned Pretoria without a fight.)

    British observers believed the war to be all but over after the capture of the two capital cities. However, the Boers had earlier met at the temporary new capital of the Orange Free State, Kroonstad, and planned a guerrilla campaign to hit the British supply and communication lines. The first engagement of this new form of warfare was at Sanna's Post on 31 March where 1,500 Boers under the command of Christiaan De Wet attacked Bloemfontein's waterworks about 23 miles (37 km) east of the city, and ambushed a heavily escorted convoy which resulted in 155 British casualties and the capture of seven guns, 117 wagons and 428 British troops.[10]

    After the fall of Pretoria, one of the last formal battles was at Diamond Hill on 11 – 12 June, where Roberts attempted to drive the remnants of the Boer field army beyond striking distance of Pretoria. Although Roberts drove the Boers from the hill, the Boer commander, Louis Botha, did not regard it as a defeat, for he inflicted more casualties on the British (totalling 162 men) while suffering around 50 casualties.

    The set-piece period of the war now largely gave way to a mobile guerrilla war, but one final operation remained. President Kruger and what remained of the Transvaal government had retreated to eastern Transvaal. Roberts, joined by troops from Natal under Buller, advanced against them, and broke their last defensive position at Bergendal on August 26. As Roberts and Buller followed up along the railway line to Komatipoort, Kruger sought asylum in Portuguese East Africa (modern Mozambique). Some dispirited Boers did likewise, and the British gathered up much war material. However, the core of the Boer fighters under Botha easily broke back through the Drakensberg mountains into the Transvaal highveld after riding north through the bushveld. Under the new conditions of the war, heavy equipment was no use to them, and therefore no great loss.

    In October, President Kruger and members of the Transvaal government left South Africa on the Dutch warship De Gelderland, sent by the Queen of the Netherlands Wilhelmina, which had simply ignored the British naval blockade of South Africa. Paul Kruger's wife was too ill to travel and remained in South Africa where she died on 20 July 1901 without seeing Paul Kruger again. President Kruger went to first Marseille and then stayed for a while in The Netherlands, before moving to Clarens, Switzerland, where he died in exile on 14 July 1904."

Lilly Gibbons1

F, #18624, b. March 1871
FatherThomas Gibbons1 b. bt 3 Apr 1842 - 2 Apr 1843, d. 1880
MotherElizabeth Yarwood1 b. bt 4 Apr 1841 - 5 Apr 1841
Birth*March 1871 Lilly Gibbons was born in March 1871 at Woodhouses, Dunham Massey, Cheshire, England, .1,2 
(Daughter) Census 18712 April 1871 She was listed as the daughter of an unknown person in the 1871 census at Woodhouses, Dunham Massey, Cheshire, England, .1 
(Daughter) Census 18813 April 1881 She was listed as the daughter of Elizabeth Gibbons in the 1881 census at Sandy Lane, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .3 
Occupation3 April 1881 Lilly Gibbons was a scholar on 3 April 1881.3 
Married Name1890  As of 1890,her married name was Towers.4 
Marriage*1890 She married Lovell Horace Towers, son of Samuel Towers and (?) Ann, in 1890 at St Peter, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .4 
Married Name Her married name was Marsh.5 

Family

Lovell Horace Towers b. bt 1 Jan 1861 - 3 Apr 1861
Child

Citations

  1. [S2] UK National Census for 1871 for UK, "RG10/3684 f30 p3 13."
  2. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "Trafford : ALT/35/23."
  3. [S601] UK National Census for 1881 for UK, "RG11/3509 f18a p30 169."
  4. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "Warrington : C16/1/79."
  5. [S1132] E-mails from Joan Harrop to Alan Bennett, 1907- "unknown cd."
  6. [S704] UK National Census for 1901 for UK, "RG13/3328 f95a p44 307."

Mary Ellen Gibbons1

F, #18625, b. between 1 January 1873 and 31 March 1873
FatherThomas Gibbons1 b. bt 3 Apr 1842 - 2 Apr 1843, d. 1880
MotherElizabeth Yarwood1 b. bt 4 Apr 1841 - 5 Apr 1841
Birth*between 1 January 1873 and 31 March 1873 Mary Ellen Gibbons was born between 1 January 1873 and 31 March 1873 at Oughtrington, Lymm, Cheshire, England, .1,2,3 
(Daughter) Census 18813 April 1881 She was listed as the daughter of Elizabeth Gibbons in the 1881 census at Sandy Lane, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .1 
Occupation3 April 1881 Mary Ellen Gibbons was a scholar on 3 April 1881.1 
(Daughter) Census 18915 April 1891 She was listed as the daughter of Elizabeth Gibbons in the 1891 census at Sandy Lane, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .4 
Occupation5 April 1891 Mary Ellen Gibbons was a grocers assistant on 5 April 1891.4 
Married Name23 August 1892  As of 23 August 1892,her married name was Harrop.5 
Marriage*23 August 1892 She married Frank Taylor Harrop on 23 August 1892 at St Peter, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .5 
Census 1901*31 March 1901 She was listed as the wife of Frank Taylor Harrop in the 1901 Census at Heatley, Lymm, Cheshire, England, .2 

Family

Frank Taylor Harrop b. bt 1 Apr 1869 - 31 Mar 1870
Children

Citations

  1. [S601] UK National Census for 1881 for UK, "RG11/3509 f18a p30 169."
  2. [S704] UK National Census for 1901 for UK, "RG13/3328 f95a p44 307."
  3. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "Warrington : LYM/16/339."
  4. [S72] UK National Census for 1891 for UK, "RG12/2827 f152 p33 220."
  5. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "Warrington : C16/1/118."
  6. [S1132] E-mails from Joan Harrop to Alan Bennett, 1907- "unknown cd."

Arthur Garnett Gibbons1

M, #18626, b. between 1 January 1877 and 3 April 1877
FatherThomas Gibbons1 b. bt 3 Apr 1842 - 2 Apr 1843, d. 1880
MotherElizabeth Yarwood1 b. bt 4 Apr 1841 - 5 Apr 1841
Birth*between 1 January 1877 and 3 April 1877 Arthur Garnett Gibbons was born between 1 January 1877 and 3 April 1877 at Lymm, Cheshire, England, .1,2 
(Son) Census 18813 April 1881 He was listed as the son of Elizabeth Gibbons in the 1881 census at Sandy Lane, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .1 
Occupation3 April 1881 Arthur Garnett Gibbons was a scholar on 3 April 1881.1 
Marriage*1901 He married Amy Hampson in 1901 at St George, Altrincham, Cheshire, England, .3 
Occupation* Arthur Garnett Gibbons was a grocer & baker.4 
Residence* He lived at Withington, Cheshire, England, .4 

Family

Amy Hampson

Citations

  1. [S601] UK National Census for 1881 for UK, "RG11/3509 f18a p30 169."
  2. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "Warrington : LYM/18/343."
  3. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "Trafford : CE3/2/60."
  4. [S1132] E-mails from Joan Harrop to Alan Bennett, 1907- "unknown cd."

Godfrey 'Jock' Gibbons1,2

M, #18627, b. between 6 April 1878 and 3 April 1879
FatherThomas Gibbons1 b. bt 3 Apr 1842 - 2 Apr 1843, d. 1880
MotherElizabeth Yarwood1 b. bt 4 Apr 1841 - 5 Apr 1841
Birth*between 6 April 1878 and 3 April 1879 Godfrey 'Jock' Gibbons was born between 6 April 1878 and 3 April 1879 at Lymm, Cheshire, England, .1,3 
(Son) Census 18813 April 1881 He was listed as the son of Elizabeth Gibbons in the 1881 census at Sandy Lane, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .1 
(Son) Census 18915 April 1891 He was listed as the son of Elizabeth Gibbons in the 1891 census at Sandy Lane, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .3 
Occupation5 April 1891 Godfrey 'Jock' Gibbons was a scholar on 5 April 1891.3 
Marriage*1905 He married Florence L Mort in 1905 at St Mary the Virgin, Lymm, Cheshire, England, .4 
Occupation* Godfrey 'Jock' Gibbons was a joiner.2 

Family

Florence L Mort
Child

Citations

  1. [S601] UK National Census for 1881 for UK, "RG11/3509 f18a p30 169."
  2. [S1132] E-mails from Joan Harrop to Alan Bennett, 1907- "unknown cd."
  3. [S72] UK National Census for 1891 for UK, "RG12/2827 f152 p33 220."
  4. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "Warrington : C13/2/490."

Mary Johnson1

F, #18628, b. between 4 April 1830 and 3 April 1831
Birth*between 4 April 1830 and 3 April 1831 Mary Johnson was born between 4 April 1830 and 3 April 1831 at Bollington, Cheshire, England, .1 
(Servant) Census 18813 April 1881 She was listed as a servant in the household of Elizabeth Gibbons in the 1881 census at Sandy Lane, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .1 
Occupation3 April 1881 Mary Johnson was a domestic servant on 3 April 1881.1 

Citations

  1. [S601] UK National Census for 1881 for UK, "RG11/3509 f18a p30 169."

Frank Taylor Harrop1,2

M, #18629, b. between 1 April 1869 and 31 March 1870
Birth*between 1 April 1869 and 31 March 1870 Frank Taylor Harrop was born between 1 April 1869 and 31 March 1870 at Brookland, Cheshire, England, .2,3 
Marriage*23 August 1892 He married Mary Ellen Gibbons, daughter of Thomas Gibbons and Elizabeth Yarwood, on 23 August 1892 at St Peter, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .1 
Occupation*31 March 1901 Frank Taylor Harrop was a bar fitter/house fitter (employer) on 31 March 1901.3 
Census 1901*31 March 1901 He was listed as the head of household in the 1901 Census at Heatley, Lymm, Cheshire, England, .3 

Family

Mary Ellen Gibbons b. bt 1 Jan 1873 - 31 Mar 1873
Children

Citations

  1. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "Warrington : C16/1/118."
  2. [S1132] E-mails from Joan Harrop to Alan Bennett, 1907- "unknown cd."
  3. [S704] UK National Census for 1901 for UK, "RG13/3328 f95a p44 307."

Mary A Perrin1

F, #18630
Marriage*1887 Mary A Perrin married Stephen Gibbons, son of Thomas Gibbons and Elizabeth Yarwood, in 1887 at St Peter, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .1 
Married Name1887  As of 1887,her married name was Gibbons.1 

Family

Stephen Gibbons b. bt 1 Jan 1864 - 2 Apr 1864

Citations

  1. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "Warrington : C16/1/43."

Lovell Horace Towers1,2

M, #18631, b. between 1 January 1861 and 3 April 1861
FatherSamuel Towers3 b. bt 4 Apr 1823 - 3 Apr 1824
Mother(?) Ann3 b. bt 4 Apr 1830 - 3 Apr 1831
Birth*between 1 January 1861 and 3 April 1861 Lovell Horace Towers was born between 1 January 1861 and 3 April 1861 at Leigh, Lancashire, England, .3,2 
Occupation*3 April 1881 He was a journeyman tailor on 3 April 1881.3 
(Son) Census 18813 April 1881 He was listed as the son of Samuel Towers in the 1881 census.3 
Marriage*1890 Lovell Horace Towers married Lilly Gibbons, daughter of Thomas Gibbons and Elizabeth Yarwood, in 1890 at St Peter, Oughtrington, Cheshire, England, .1 

Family

Lilly Gibbons b. Mar 1871
Child

Citations

  1. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "Warrington : C16/1/79."
  2. [S1051] Website Lancashire BMD (http://lancashirebmd.org.uk/) "Wigan & Leigh : WL/10/278."
  3. [S601] UK National Census for 1881 for UK, "RG11/3808 f98a p46 229."
  4. [S704] UK National Census for 1901 for UK, "RG13/3328 f95a p44 307."

Amy Hampson1

F, #18632
Marriage*1901 Amy Hampson married Arthur Garnett Gibbons, son of Thomas Gibbons and Elizabeth Yarwood, in 1901 at St George, Altrincham, Cheshire, England, .1 
Married Name1901  As of 1901,her married name was Gibbons.1 

Family

Arthur Garnett Gibbons b. bt 1 Jan 1877 - 3 Apr 1877

Citations

  1. [S37] Website Cheshire BMD (http://cheshirebmd.org.uk/) "Trafford : CE3/2/60."