Rose Phoebe Smith1

(1889 - 1973)
Rose Phoebe Smith was born in West Ham, Essex, on 3 March 1889.2,1

Rose's marriage to William John Ernest Goff, son of Henry Goff and Mary Ann Snow, was registered between October 1913 and December 1913 in West Ham, Essex.3

She was widowed on the death of her husband William between January 1969 and March 1969.4

Rose's death was registered between April 1973 and June 1973 in Folkestone, Kent.5

Family

William John Ernest Goff (1891 - 1969)
Child
ChartsSnow descendant chart

Citations

  1. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Birth: District of West Ham, Vol 4a, p261, 2Q1889, mother's maiden name JACKLEY.
  2. [S1044] Census - 29 Sep 1939, UK Register, RG101/1145J/006/25, Letter Code: CDQP, Schedule 67.
  3. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Marriage: District of West Ham, Vol 4a, p419, 4Q1913.
  4. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Death: District of Dover, Vol 5f, p521, 1Q1969, aged 77.
  5. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Death: District of Folkestone, Vol 5f, p1080, 2Q1973, aged 84.
  6. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Birth: District of West Ham, Vol 4a, p805, 4Q1914, mother's maiden name SMITH.

Sarah Louise Smith

(1841 - 1921)
Father*Josiah D Smith1 b. 1814, d. 1863
Sarah Louise Smith was born in Hanover, Indiana, on 27 May 1841.2,3,1
The siblings Sarah and William were listed in the 1850 US census in Truro, Franklin, Ohio, in the household of their father Josiah D Smith.4
She was listed in the 1860 US census in Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, in Josiah D Smith's household with her brother William, step-mother Ann E Osborn and step-siblings.5

She stated the intention to marry Gordon Moodie, son of David Moodie and Mary Young, in Franklin, Ohio, on 16 June 1863.6

She was listed in the 1870 US census in Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, with her husband Gordon; there were two domestic servants in the household and he gave his occupation as Secretary, P O & S & L R R (although notices in the New York Times for 1869-1880 identify him as Secretary of the Columbus, Chicago & Indiana Central Railway Company (CCICRCo)). Their children Grace and Alice were listed as living with them.2
She was listed as the step-daughter of Ann E Osborn in the 1880 US Census at 466 East Rich St in Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, and her children Grace Moodie and Alice Haynes Moodie were also living with her.7

She was listed in the 1900 US census at 1056 Oak St in Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, with her husband Gordon; no occupation was given for Gordon and the family were living in a rented house. Their child Grace was listed as living with them, as was Sarah's brother Ralph O Smith.8

She was listed in the 1910 US census at 75 Champion St in Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, with her husband Gordon; they were living in a rented house on 'own means'. Their child Grace was listed as living with them, and the household included Sarah's brothers Ralph and Josiah, plus Emily M SMITH (daughter-in-law) and Alison SMITH (niece), whose full family relationships are unclear.9

She was widowed at age 70 on the death of her husband Gordon on 24 March 1912.10,3

She was listed in the 1920 US census as head of the family at 129 East Mound St in Circleville, Pickaway, Ohio. Her daughter Grace was listed as living with her.11

Sarah died on 24 June 1921 at E Mound St in Circleville, Pickaway, Ohio, at age 80 of oedema, lungs and kidney.3,1 She was buried on 27 June 1921 at the Green Lawn Cemetery in Columbus.3,1

Family

Gordon Moodie (1838 - 1912)
Children
ChartsThomas Mudie (Moodie) (1776-?) descendancy

Citations

  1. [S519] Vital Record - BDM Ohio Dept of Heath, death record, File No. 35086, Reg. No. 81.
  2. [S252] Census - 1 Jun 1870, US Census, City of Columbus Ward 3, Columbus, Ohio, Roll M593-1201, Page 142, image 169.
  3. [S442] Green Lawn, Columbus, Ohio Cemetery database, at https://www.greenlawncemetery.org/maps-and-resources/
  4. [S248] Census - 1 Jun 1850, US Census, Truro, Franklin, Ohio, Roll M432-679, Page 179B, image 46.
  5. [S249] Census - 1 Jun 1860, US Census, Columbus Ward 2, Franklin, Ohio, Roll M653-964, Page 86, image 172.
  6. [S871] FamilySearch, at https://www.familysearch.org/en/, 'Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994', reference 0285145; FHL microfilm 285145.
  7. [S250] Census - 1 Jun 1880, US Census, Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, Roll T9-1016, Page 239.4000, ED 30, image 0598.
  8. [S423] Census - 1 Jun 1900, US Census, Columbus Ward 7, Franklin, Ohio, Roll T623 1268, Page 9B, ED 72.
  9. [S259] Census - 15 Apr 1910, US Census, Columbus Ward 3, Franklin, Ohio, Roll T624-1180, Page 235B, ED 60.
  10. [S519] Vital Record - BDM Ohio Dept of Heath, death record, File 14719, Reg. No. 790.
  11. [S245] Census - 1 Jan 1920, US Census, Circleville Ward 2, Pickaway, Ohio, ED 88, sheet 1A.
  12. [S519] Vital Record - BDM Ohio Dept of Heath, death record, File No 39394, Registrar's No 87.
  13. [S519] Vital Record - BDM Ohio Dept of Heath, death record, File No. 66336, Reg. No. 147.

Thomas Henry Easdown Smith

(1910 - 1983)
Father*Thomas Procter Smith b. 1878, d. 1942
Mother*Eva Bertha Louisa Easdown b. 1880, d. 1943
Thomas Henry Easdown Smith was born in Kempsey, New South Wales, on 4 June 1910.1,2

He married Dulcie Belle Dakin in Nth Sydney, New South Wales, in 1940.3

He enlisted in the Australian Army (No. NX29416) on 24 June 1940 at Paddington, New South Wales.2 He was discharged on 16 January 1946 as Lance-Sergeant in the 2/15 Field Regiment, having been a prisoner of war of the Japanese.2

Thomas died on 16 July 1983 in New South Wales at age 73.4,5 His ashes were placed at the St Johns Columbarium.6
Plaque - Thomas Henry Easdown SMITH (1910-1983), Gordon, NSW

Family

Dulcie Belle Dakin (1913 - 1997)
Child

Citations

  1. [S284] Index - New South Wales BDMs online, at https://www.nsw.gov.au/births-deaths-marriages, Birth Reg. No. 27538/1910, son of Thomas P and Eva B.
  2. [S392] World War 2 Australian Nominal Roll, at https://nominal-rolls.dva.gov.au/
  3. [S284] Index - New South Wales BDMs online, at https://www.nsw.gov.au/births-deaths-marriages, Marriage Reg. No. 12218/1940; note her surname here is registered as DAKEN.
  4. [S396] Ryerson Index to Australian Newspaper Death and Obituary Notices, at http://sites.rootsweb.com/~nswsdps/dpsindex.htm, Sydney Morning Herald of 18 Jul 1983.
  5. [S284] Index - New South Wales BDMs online, at https://www.nsw.gov.au/births-deaths-marriages, Death Reg. No. 15696/1983.
  6. [S1090] St John's , Gordon, at https://austcemindex.com/inscription?id=15513054, Columbarium, row F.
  7. [S362] Springvale Botanical Cemetery database, at https://smct.org.au/, service held on 28 Sep 2017.

Thomas Procter Smith1

(1878 - 1942)
Thomas's birth was registered between July 1878 and September 1878 in Littlebourne, Kent.1

He married Eva Bertha Louisa Easdown at All Saints in West Kempsey, New South Wales, on 31 July 1909.2

Thomas died on 12 November 1942 in Sydney, New South Wales.3 He was buried on 13 November 1942 at the Macquarie Park Cemetery in Nth Ryde.3

Family

Eva Bertha Louisa Easdown (1880 - 1943)
Children

Citations

  1. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Birth: District of Bridge, Vol 2a, p769, 3Q1878, mother's maiden name WANSTALL.
  2. [S537] Newspaper - Brisbane Courier / Courier Mail, issue of 6 Sep 1909, Vol LXVI, no. 16116, p4, Marriages.
  3. [S493] Macquarie Park Cemetery database, at https://nmclm.com.au/locations/macquarie-park/, Church of England, Section T4, position 73.
  4. [S926] BDM NSW Registry, birth record, Reg. No. 259/1914.
  5. [S1088] National Archives - National Archive of Australia, NAA Series B883, NX16030, item barcode 4852860, Second Australian Imperial Force Personnel Dossiers, 1939-1947.

William H Smith1

(c 1843 - )
Father*Josiah D Smith1 b. 1814, d. 1863
William H Smith was born in Ohio circa 1843.1
The siblings Sarah and William were listed in the 1850 US census in Truro, Franklin, Ohio, in the household of their father Josiah D Smith.2
He was listed in the 1860 US census in Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, in Josiah D Smith's household with his sister Sarah, step-mother Ann E Osborn and step-siblings.1

Citations

  1. [S249] Census - 1 Jun 1860, US Census, Columbus Ward 2, Franklin, Ohio, Roll M653-964, Page 86, image 172.
  2. [S248] Census - 1 Jun 1850, US Census, Truro, Franklin, Ohio, Roll M432-679, Page 179B, image 46.

William John Smith

(c 1886 - 1966)
William John Smith was born in Newtown, New South Wales, circa 1886. He was the son of Margaret WELLS, but his father's name is unclear. His death certificate claims it was Robert SMITH, but the only Newtown birth in the right era is to a John SMITH in 1886 (#8942).1

He married Alice Rosey Ives in Queensland on 9 February 1909. There were four daughters from this marriage, Alice May (b. 1909), Florence Ellen (b. 1911), Dorothy Maud (b. 1914) and Stella Winifred (b. 1918).2

He was widowed on the death of his wife Alice on 7 March 1922.3

William's second marriage was to Elsie Elizabeth (Sissy) Robinson, daughter of William Henry Robinson and Sarah Jane Collins, on 23 March 1922 in Queensland. There were three daughters from this marriage, Elsie Marie (b. 1916), Sybil Alma (b. 1918) and Joan (b. 1920).4,5

He was widowed on the death of his wife Elsie on 19 July 1931.6,7

William's third marriage was to Margaret Ross on 5 March 1934 in Queensland. There were two children from this marriage, John Francis Ross SMITH (b. 1936) and Robert Keith SMITH (b. 1941).8,1

William died on 20 March 1966 at Mt Olive Hospital in Kangaroo Point, Queensland, of carcinoma of the prostate.9 He was cremated at the Mt Thompson Crematorium in Holland Park on 22 March 1966.1

Family 1

Alice Rosey Ives (1890 - 1922)

Family 2

Elsie Elizabeth (Sissy) Robinson (1894 - 1931)

Family 3

Margaret Ross (1902 - 1966)
ChartsRobinson descendant chart

Citations

  1. [S930] BDM QLD Registry, death record, Reg. No. 1966/B79725, aged 78.
  2. [S488] Index - Queensland BDMs (online and fiche), at https://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Marriage Reg. No. 1909/B7329.
  3. [S488] Index - Queensland BDMs (online and fiche), at https://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Death Reg. No. 1922/B36623.
  4. [S488] Index - Queensland BDMs (online and fiche), at https://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Marriage Reg. No. 1922/B29716.
  5. [S183] National Archives Film - Queensland BDM Indexes, Microfilm, Reg. No. 1922/B029716.
  6. [S120] Family Group Sheet - I Kemp, "Family group: Robinson-Collins."
  7. [S183] National Archives Film - Queensland BDM Indexes, Microfilm, Reg. No. 1931/B014658.
  8. [S488] Index - Queensland BDMs (online and fiche), at https://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Marriage Reg. No. 1934/B17822.
  9. [S930] BDM QLD Registry, death record, Reg. No. 1966/B79725.

Elizabeth Smyth

(1771 - 1809)
Father*John Smyth b. c 1740, d. 1806
Mother*Sarah Osment b. c 1743, d. 1795
Elizabeth Smyth was born in England on 5 December 1771.1,2

Samuel and Elizabeth applied for a marriage licence at London, Middlesex, on 4 November 1800.3

She married Samuel Forsaith, son of Samuel Forsaith and Sarah Andrews, at St Bartholomews the Great in Shoreditch, London, Middlesex, on 6 November 1800.1,2,4,5

She was named as a beneficiary of the will of John Smyth, her father, dated 27 August 1804 at Holywell St in St Leonards Shoreditch, London, Middlesex; she was to receive £250 to be paid from the debt her husband owed her father (unless that was discharged). If she pre-deceased her father, the same sum was to be paid to her husband Samuel FORSAITH in trust for their children.6

Elizabeth died on 23 September 1809 in London, Middlesex, at age 37 in childbirth.1,7,2 She was buried on 27 September 1809 at the Bunhill Fields Dissenter's Cemetery.1,7,8,9

Family

Samuel Forsaith (1776 - 1832)
Children
ChartsSamuel Forsaith (c1702-1751) descendancy

Citations

  1. [S119] Family Bible - Thomas Spencer Forsaith bible.
  2. [S166] J W Forsaith, "Forsaith Family tree 1715-1942."
  3. [S460] Vital Record - Marriage Index - Marriage Licence Allegations (published).
  4. [S189] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No. M022301, Source Call No. 0374433 (listed as Elizabeth Smith)
    Marriages - St. Bartholomew the Great Church, London, England (Church Of England)
    p.102 (The Year 1800) No.404
    Samuel Forsaith of this Parish Bachelor and Elizabeth Smyth of the Parish of Saint Leonard Shoreditch in the County of Middlesex Spinster were married in this Church by License this Sixth Day of November in the Year One Thousand Eight Hundred
    By me      Owen Perrott Edwards Rector
    This marriage was solemnized between us Samuel Forsaith     Elizabeth Smyth
    In the Presence of Jno. Smyth Willm Smyth.
  5. [S581] London Metropolitan Archives, at https://www.ancestry.com, Guildhall, St Bartholomew the Great, Register of marriages 1786 - 1812 and banns 1786 - 1805, 1786 - 1812, P69/BAT3/A/01/Ms 6779/4. p102, #404.
  6. [S981] Will - John Smyth, UK PRO prob11/1440 image 332-3.
  7. [S129] Cemetery Marker - , Bunhill Fields, London.
  8. [S182] CD - England & Wales burials, National Burial Index V3.
  9. [S667] Church Registers - (England/Wales Non-Conformist, Non-Parochial) England & Wales Non-Conformist Record Indexes (RG4-8) gives date of 28th.

John Smyth

(c 1740 - 1806)
John Smyth was born in Devon circa 1740.1

He married Sarah Osment in Stoke Damerel, Devon, on 13 July 1764.2,3

He was widowed on the death of his wife Sarah in January 1795.4

He signed the register at Samuel Forsaith and Elizabeth Smyth's wedding at St Bartholomews the Great in Shoreditch, London, Middlesex, on 6 November 1800.5,2,6,7

He signed a will dated 27 August 1804 at Holywell St in St Leonards Shoreditch, London, Middlesex, in which his considerable fortune was left to his eight then living children and/or their spouses in trust for the grand-children. His sons William and Robert Osment were appointed executors.8

John died in January 1806 in London, Middlesex.1 He was buried on 23 January 1806 at the Bunhill Fields Dissenter's Cemetery.1

His will was probated in St Leonards Shoreditch, London, Middlesex, on 20 March 1806 and his sons William and Robert Osment were appointed executors.9

Family

Sarah Osment (c 1743 - 1795)
Children

Citations

  1. [S541] National Archives of Britain, at https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, The National Archives, Kew; General Register Office: Registers of Births, Marriages and Deaths surrendered to the Non-parochial Registers Commissions of 1837 and 1857; Class: RG 4; Piece: 3990.
  2. [S166] J W Forsaith, "Forsaith Family tree 1715-1942."
  3. [S871] FamilySearch, at https://www.familysearch.org/en/, FHL film 916920, England, Select Marriages, 1538–1973.
  4. [S541] National Archives of Britain, at https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, The National Archives, Kew; General Register Office: Registers of Births, Marriages and Deaths surrendered to the Non-parochial Registers Commissions of 1837 and 1857; Class: RG 4; Piece: 3988.
  5. [S119] Family Bible - Thomas Spencer Forsaith bible.
  6. [S189] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch No. M022301, Source Call No. 0374433 (listed as Elizabeth Smith)
    Marriages - St. Bartholomew the Great Church, London, England (Church Of England)
    p.102 (The Year 1800) No.404
    Samuel Forsaith of this Parish Bachelor and Elizabeth Smyth of the Parish of Saint Leonard Shoreditch in the County of Middlesex Spinster were married in this Church by License this Sixth Day of November in the Year One Thousand Eight Hundred
    By me      Owen Perrott Edwards Rector
    This marriage was solemnized between us Samuel Forsaith     Elizabeth Smyth
    In the Presence of Jno. Smyth Willm Smyth.
  7. [S581] London Metropolitan Archives, at https://www.ancestry.com, Guildhall, St Bartholomew the Great, Register of marriages 1786 - 1812 and banns 1786 - 1805, 1786 - 1812, P69/BAT3/A/01/Ms 6779/4. p102, #404.
  8. [S981] Will - John Smyth, UK PRO prob11/1440 image 332-3.
  9. [S981] Will - John Smyth, UK PRO prob11/1440 image 332-3, The National Archives, Kew; Prerogative Court of Canterbury and Related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers; Class: PROB 11; Piece: 1440.
  10. [S581] London Metropolitan Archives, at https://www.ancestry.com, St Leonard Shoreditch, Register of baptisms, Nov 1778 - Sep 1785, P91/LEN/A/004/MS07496, item 009, daughter of John and Sarah SMYTH of Holywell St.

Mary Smyth

(1778 - 1844)
Father*John Smyth1 b. c 1740, d. 1806
Mother*Sarah Osment1 b. c 1743, d. 1795
Mary Smyth was born in Middlesex in 1778.2

She married James Poole at St Giles in Cripplegate, London, Middlesex, on 7 April 1801.3

She was named as a beneficiary of the will of John Smyth, her father, dated 27 August 1804 at Holywell St in St Leonards Shoreditch, London, Middlesex; she was to receive £500, or, if she died before her father, a sum of only £300 was to be paid to her husband James POOLE, in trust for their children.4

She was widowed on the death of her husband James in July 1805.5

Mary's second marriage was to Robert Forsaith, son of Samuel Forsaith and Sarah Andrews, on 26 January 1810 at St Mary in Hornsey, London, Middlesex.2,6,7

She was named as a beneficiary of the will of Robert Forsaith, her husband, dated 5 September 1817 at Wades Place, Mile End Row in Middlesex; she was to receive all his furniture, plate, linen, china and apparel, and the income from an £800 life insurance, so long as she remained unmarried - if she re-married or died, the monies would then flow to the 4 children in equal shares as they reached 21 (or revert to her if they died before reaching the age of 21).8

She was widowed on the death of her husband Robert on 16 October 1817.2,9,10

She signed a will dated 23 February 1841 at 3 White Horse Lane, Stepney in London, Middlesex, in which her estate was willed to her children, with a large proportion going to Sarah Smyth POOLE.11

She was listed in the 1841 census at White Horse Lane, Mile End Old Town (Lower) in Tower Hamlets, Stepney, Middlesex; she was a school mistress. Her children Mary, John and Sarah were listed with her.12

Mary died on 22 January 1844 in Stepney, London, Middlesex.2,10,13 She was buried on 23 January 1844 at the Bunhill Fields Dissenter's Cemetery.10,14,15

Her will was probated in England on 17 July 1844 with Sarah Smyth Poole and John Smyth Forsaith appointed executors.11

Family 1

James Poole (1781 - 1805)
Child

Family 2

Robert Forsaith (1781 - 1817)
Children
ChartsSamuel Forsaith (c1702-1751) descendancy

Citations

  1. [S981] Will - John Smyth, UK PRO prob11/1440 image 332-3, The National Archives, Kew; Prerogative Court of Canterbury and Related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers; Class: PROB 11; Piece: 1440.
  2. [S166] J W Forsaith, "Forsaith Family tree 1715-1942."
  3. [S581] London Metropolitan Archives, at https://www.ancestry.com, Guildhall, St Giles without Cripplegate, Marriages, 1798 - 1812, P69/GIS/A/01/Ms 6421/3.
  4. [S981] Will - John Smyth, UK PRO prob11/1440 image 332-3.
  5. [S667] Church Registers - (England/Wales Non-Conformist, Non-Parochial) Registers of Births, Marriages and Deaths surrendered to the Non-parochial Registers Commissions of 1837 and 1857; Class RG 4-3990.
  6. [S353] Electronic Files - Pallot's Marriage Index, by Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies, cited as being 'w.' (widow).
  7. [S581] London Metropolitan Archives, at https://www.ancestry.com, Saint Mary, Hornsey, Register of marriages, DRO/020/A/01, Item 007.
  8. [S449] Will - Robert Forsaith, UK PRO prob11/1598 image 134.
  9. [S390] Book - S Forsaith, Samuel Forsaith Commonplace book.
  10. [S494] Reference - Library - London Guildhall, Bunhill Fields records for Section 10, plot 111.
  11. [S448] Will - Mary Smyth, UK PRO prob11/2001 image 306.
  12. [S117] Census - 6 Jun 1841, UK census, ED 25 HO107-713-8 Folio 43 p13.
  13. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Death: District of Stepney, Vol 2, p371.
  14. [S182] CD - England & Wales burials, National Burial Index V3.
  15. [S667] Church Registers - (England/Wales Non-Conformist, Non-Parochial) England & Wales Non-Conformist Record Indexes (RG4-8) gives date of 27th.
  16. [S189] International Genealogical Index (IGI).

Rebecca Osment Smyth1,2,3

(1785 - 1829)
Father*John Smyth3 b. c 1740, d. 1806
Mother*Sarah Osment3 b. c 1743, d. 1795
Rebecca Osment Smyth was born on 4 August 1785 in Shoreditch, London, Middlesex,3 and was baptised on 28 August 1785 in St Leonards Shoreditch.3

She was named as a beneficiary of the will of John Smyth, her father, dated 27 August 1804 at Holywell St in St Leonards Shoreditch, London, Middlesex; she was to receive £500 on reaching the age of 21 while receiving the interest on that sum before she reached that age. If she died before reaching her majority, the money was to be divided amongst her sisters.4

She married Edward Mitchell at St Mary's in Hornsey, Middlesex, on 27 March 1807.1,2,5

Rebecca died in August 1829 in London, Middlesex.6 She was buried on 26 August 1829 at the All Saints in Poplar.7

Family

Edward Mitchell (c 1778 - 1859)
Children

Citations

  1. [S166] J W Forsaith, "Forsaith Family tree 1715-1942."
  2. [S353] Electronic Files - Pallot's Marriage Index, by Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies.
  3. [S581] London Metropolitan Archives, at https://www.ancestry.com, St Leonard Shoreditch, Register of baptisms, Nov 1778 - Sep 1785, P91/LEN/A/004/MS07496, item 009, daughter of John and Sarah SMYTH of Holywell St.
  4. [S981] Will - John Smyth, UK PRO prob11/1440 image 332-3.
  5. [S581] London Metropolitan Archives, at https://www.ancestry.com, Saint Mary, Hornsey, Register of marriages, DRO/020/A/01, Item 007, #871.
  6. [S581] London Metropolitan Archives, at https://www.ancestry.com, All Saints, Poplar, Register of burials, P88/ALL1, Item 227; Call Number: P88/ALL1/227, burial entry.
  7. [S581] London Metropolitan Archives, at https://www.ancestry.com, All Saints, Poplar, Register of burials, P88/ALL1, Item 227; Call Number: P88/ALL1/227, aged 43.
  8. [S667] Church Registers - (England/Wales Non-Conformist, Non-Parochial) RG4 Piece 4262: City Road, The Tabernacle (Independent), 1768-1840.
  9. [S118] Census - 30 Mar 1851, UK census, ED 6 HO107-1503 Folio 141 p41 GSU roll 87837.
  10. [S117] Census - 6 Jun 1841, UK census, ED 4 HO107-721-22 Folio 20 p34 GSU Roll 438827.