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    23/5550 Recorded at St Giles Camberwell 
    Oliver, Jane (I203)
     
    2 "Benns Garden Or Renshaw Street Presbyterian Or Uniliverp, Liverpool, Lancashire, England" per the IGI McDonald, Mary (I130)
     
    3 "Widow of George Cooper, professor of singing" . Informant Mary Marquet; in attendance; 19 Union Street.  Jones, Margaret (I823)
     
    4 "William Folder of Morland" Family F180
     
    5 1891 census Jones, Lucy Eveline (I68)
     
    6 1901 Costick, William Charles (I504)
     
    7 47442, 17th Bn, Manchester Regiment Thompson, George Henry (I18)
     
    8 5580 Folder, Christopher (I409)
     
    9 763. JAMES PRATT was indicted for feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling-house of George Allen, on the 24th of January, at St. Mary, Newington, and stealing therein, 1 cloak, value 10s., his goods.
    MARY ANN ALLEN . I am the wife of George Allen, a hatter, and live in Swan-street, Dover-road, Borough. I saw my cloak safe on Friday, the 24th of January, about five minutes before it was stolen, across the back of a chair, in the front parlour, where I had put it on the previous evening—Ellis gave an alarm—I went to the door, and he had the prisoner there with the cloak—I went into the parlour, and it was gone from there—I did not know the prisoner before.
    THOMAS ELLIS . I am a shoemaker, and live twenty or thirty yards from Allen. On the 24th of January, I was sitting at work at my house opposite Allen's, and saw the prisoner and another lad loitering about there—I watched them, and saw the prisoner go to Allen's window, lift the sash up, open the builds, lean himself in, and take the cloak off the chair, fold it up, and put it under his cloak—he pulled the blind to, and partly put the window down—I was not twenty yards from him—I opened my shop-door, and ran over the road after him, and took him before he got twenty yards from the place—he might be out of my sight in turning the corner an instant, but no more—I am positive he is the same person, and when I got up to them they dropped the cloak before them—I took him within half a minute of his taking it—he had given it to the other, who had a short apron on, and they put it into that—when I came up to them I saw the other boy drop it—the prisoner was close to him—I did not know the prisoner before—I am positive of him—I took up the cloak, and brought him back with it to Mr. Allen.
    Prisoner. A large wagon came by the window at the time the other boy took the cloak—I never touched it. Witness. No wagon passed at all—there was a hop-wagon beyond the house, but it had not passed—he gave the cloak to the other boy about a dozen yards before be turned the corner.
    JAMES HOLDEN . I am a policeman. I received this cloak from Ellis.
    (Properly produced and sworn to.)
    Prisoner's Defence. About eight o'clock on Friday morning I got up, and was coming home to my mother, and at the time a wagon was passing a window; I saw a boy take the cloak, I ran after him, and was four or five yards behind him when Ellis caught him—he dropped the cloak, and ran round a corner; he turned round, and took hold of me.
    GUILTY . Aged 19.— Confined Six Months. 
    Allen, Mary Ann (I320)
     
    10 Abode : Barter Street Gleaves, John Scarett (I262)
     
    11 Address given as Newington Workhouse, Walworth Harwood, Caroline Ann (I423)
     
    12 Address: Oak St Jones, Samuel Job (I61)
     
    13 Admin granted to widow Margaret on 18 November. Effects less than £100. Cooper, George John (I1391)
     
    14 Age 44 address Lumber Street Godwin, William (I288)
     
    15 Aged 2 Gleaves, Mary Ann (I1508)
     
    16 Aged 32 days Wingod, Caroline Collins (I197)
     
    17 Aged 44 on death in 1819 Godwin, William (I288)
     
    18 Aged 69 Chapman, Susanna (I309)
     
    19 Aged 73 Potter, Charles (I253)
     
    20 Also lived at 32 Mountcollyer Avenue in early 1916 Bradbury, Joseph (I532)
     
    21 Ann's father Joseph is with them Family F355
     
    22 Ann's parents John and Sarah Cooper are living with them. Family F87
     
    23 Appears on census as Raymond Haigh. Upsher, Raymond Haigh (I715)
     
    24 Apprenticed to Thomas Edward Dicey Smithson, Willoughby Marshall (I1063)
     
    25 Area 4 Block O Lot Number 726
    "Parkes - In loving memory of Robert Mathew beloved husband of Hannah Parkes died 17 May 1935 aged 66 yrs Also his beloved wife Hannah died 20 May 1950" 
    Parkes, Robert Matthew (I642)
     
    26 Artificial Limb Maker Bradbury, John Davis (I116)
     
    27 Assumed 21st birthday present Source (S206)
     
    28 Banns book Source (S224)
     
    29 Baptisms: 1 Mar 1840 St Patrick, Toxteth, Lancashire, England
    William Gleves - Child of John Gleves & Elizabeth (Hayes)
    Godparents Mary Blundell and Henry Blundell
    Born: 9 Feb 1840
    Baptised by: Thos. Ord
    Register: Baptisms 1839 - 1840, Page 74, Entry 1
    Source: LDS Film 396375 
    Gleaves, William (I266)
     
    30 Baptisms: 4 Feb 1838 St Patrick, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
    Mary Anne Gleaves - Daughter of John Gleaves & Elizabeth (Hayes)
    Born: 24 Jan 1838
    Baptised by: G.Gibson
    Register: Baptisms 1838, Page 1, Entry 4
    Source: LDS Film 396375 
    Gleaves, Mary Ann (I269)
     
    31 Baptisms: 4 Feb 1838 St Patrick, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
    Mary Anne Gleaves - Daughter of John Gleaves & Elizabeth (Hayes)
    Godparents Henry Blundell and Mary Cocker; Born: 24 Jan 1838
    Baptised by: G.Gibson
    Register: Baptisms 1838, Page 1, Entry 4
    Source: LDS Film 396375 
    Gleaves, Mary Ann (I269)
     
    32 Birthdate per Horley (ARB) MI Wingod, Joseph (I479)
     
    33 Boarding with brother Alan in the house of James Arthur Dugdale. Oliver, Edmund Walther (I36)
     
    34 Boarding with brother Edmund in the house of James Arthur Dugdale. Oliver, Alan (I122)
     
    35 Burial register gives age as 45 but newspaper announcement says 43.  Bradbury, Samuel (I1200)
     
    36 Buried at St Mary Lambeth - year not clear from register Smithson, Willoughby Marshall (I1436)
     
    37 By Licence
    Witnesses were F Rosenberg and Charlotte Rosenberg. 
    Family F376
     
    38 Captain of Northamptonshire Rugby Union side 1907-1913
    7 England caps
    Raised the sportsmen's battalion 7th Northants.
    Promoted from Private to Lieutenant Colonel in two years 1914-1916.
    DSO 1917
    Wounded three times.
    Killed at Passchendaele 1917 
    Mobbs, Edgar Roberts (I952)
     
    39 Casual Labourer Family F21
     
    40 Census records John, Matilda senior, Louisa and Edith Nute, John (I655)
     
    41 Charlotte signed the register as Charlotte Job Ann Parkes Family F29
     
    42 Children Myfanwy and Idwal were with her Thomas, Anne Ellen (I125)
     
    43 Data from 1881 census Williams, Martha Ann (I63)
     
    44 Date per Horley (ARB) MI Wingod, Joseph (I479)
     
    45 Daughter Hannah is with him Smithson, Robert (I1064)
     
    46 Daughter Kate is with her. Gale, Charlotte Hannah Maria (I22)
     
    47 Daughter of William Oliver, Accountant (deceased) Oliver, Emily (I202)
     
    48 Death date per Horley (ARB) MI Wingod, Jane Elizabeth (I483)
     
    49 Death date per Horley (ARB) MI Wingod, Rebecca (I484)
     
    50 Death Registered by nephew William Nock. Bradbury, Edwin (I547)
     

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