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William Richardson's WILL mentions several people as Relatives,
but there is no clue as to whether these are on his
mother's or Father's side of the family
William Barron relative and daughters Letice Lilly and Daisy
Sarah Ann Barron his housekeeper in 1891 census is refered to as an cousen, unmarried.
The following census indicates Sarah was William Barron's unmarried sister
William stevenson Barron b. c. | m.01feb1819 Sculcoates (LDS submission 178074) | Martha dau of John Wright married Hull 11sep1788 Ann Richardson Wright ( sister? of Thomas Richardson ) c.11jun1795 Hull (c.107523) d.junqt1858 Hull | ==============================|========================= Sarah William ann b.30jan1834 c.29sep1823 St marys hull c.05mar1834 New Chapel Independant Morley, yorks d. d. | m1.decqt1865 .. m2.marqt1878 | Hull | Sculcoates | | Mary A Lettice Horner Brown | | |============|============|===========//===|============|=============|==========|| George Charles Alfred Lettice Lilly Daisy horace | | brown | salome A b.junqt1867 b.junqt1871 b.junqt1875 b.junqt1879 b.decqt1880 b.decqt1884
1841 census Source Ho107, Piece 1231, Book 8, Folio 28, Page 10 Place Holy Trinity, Kinston upon Hull Dwelling Hope Street Martha Barron 40 Sarah Barron 15 William Barron 6
1851 census source Ho107, Piece 2363, Folio 35, Page 14 Place Holy Trinity Kinston upon Hull Dwelling schedule 45, 3 Hope Street Wm Barron Head m 54 Mariner Hull Martha Barron wife m 54 Hull Sarah Ann Barron dau s 26 Milliner Hull Charly Johnson lodger 69 Retired coach builder Hullindexed as barroW
1861 census Source RG9, Piece 3590, folio , page 26 Place Holy Trinity Kingston upon Kull Dwelling schedule 139, 3 Hope Street William S Barron head W 64 Mariner Hull Yorks Sarah a Barron dau s 37 Milliner Hull Yorks
1871 census Source RG10, Piece 4795, folio , Page 24 Place Holy Trinity Kinston upon Hull Dwelling Schedule 131, 55 Day Street William Barron head m 35 Master Mariner Hull Mary A Barron wife m 35 Thirks George H Barron son 3 Hull Alfred Barron son 1 Hull Ann A Raper niece 14 Flambrough
1881 census Source: RG11, Piece 4780, Folio 64, Page 26 Place: Holy Trinity, Kingston-upon-Hull, York, England Dwelling: 89 Coltman St East Side Rel Mar Age Occ Birthplace William BARRON head M 45 Master Mariner Kingston Upon Hull, York Lettice BARRON wife M 31 Salt, Stafford, England George H. BARRON son U 13 Scholar Kingston Upon Hull, York Charles BARRON son U 9 Scholar Kingston Upon Hull, York Alfred BARRON son U 6 Scholar Kingston Upon Hull, York Lettice B. BARRON dau 2 Kingston Upon Hull, York Lilly BARRON dau 5m Kingston Upon Hull, York Anne PRYTHERCH sister M 36 Coal Miners Wife Salt, Stafford, England
1901 census Source RG13 piece 4505 folio 125 page 1 Place Holy Trinity Kingston upon Hull Dwelling Schedule 4, 80 Cottman Street William Barron head m 65 Master Mariner Retired Hull Lettice Barron wife m 52 Salt Stafford Lettice B Barron dau s 22 Hull Lily Barron dau s 20 Hull Daisy S A Barron dau s 16 Hull Anne Prytherth vist w 57 Salt Stafford
1911 census Source RG14PN28616 RG78PN1646 RD521 SD4 ED6 SN4 Place Sculcoates, Kingston upon Hull Dwelling 7 Hamlyn Avenue William Barron 75 m 33 years Retired Master Mariner Hull Lettice Barron 62 3 children Salt Staffordshire Lily Barron 30 s Hull Daisy J A Barron 26 s Hull 1911 census source RG14PN28619 RG78PN1646 RD521 SD4 ED9 SN139 Place Sculcoates , Kingston upon Hull Dwelling 30 Glencoe St, Allenby Road Richard barton King head 28 m 3 years Jewellery Assistant Lettice King wife 31 m children noneLettice B King died decqt1914 hull aged 34
|London Gazette, 25th March 1955|
|Name of Decease Lily Barron
of 7 Hamlyn Avenue, Kingston upon Hull
died 27th November 1954
Payne & Sons, Hanover House,
Alfred Gelder Street, Kingston upon Hull
Daisy salome ada King and Richard barton King.
Notice on or before 31st May 1955.
1891 cencus RG12 Piece 3937 folio 110 Dwelling 63 Spring Bank Rel Mar age Occ Birthplace William Richardson head S 71 Cabinet Manufacturer Hull John Richardson brother S 79 Living on own means Hull Sarah A Barron cousen S 60 House Keeper Hull Elizabeth Swift serv W 44 Assistant Housekeeper Sherrif Hutton and ???? Domestic Arthur G Swift 13 HullShortly after John and William set up a Legacy of £60 per annum for Sarah a Barron, possibly this was when Sarah retired as their house keeper. John Died in 1893. In Williams will further provisions are made to maintain this annuity.
1901 Census Source RG13 piece 4476 folio 109 page 13 Place Sculcoates, Kingston upon Hull Dwelling Schedule 139, 48 Plane Street Eliza Barron head W 60 living on own means Hull Sarah ann Barron vist s 74 Hull1905 DecQt death Sculcoates 9d 97
1881 census Source: PRO Ref RG11 Piece 4770 Folio 131 Page 68 Census Place: Holy Trinity, Kingston-upon-Hull, York Dwelling: 8 Sydney Ter Rel Mar Age Occ Birthplace Julius SWIFT head M 48 House painter Doncaster, York, England Elizabeth SWIFT wife M 34 Sheriff Hutton, York, England Thomas SWIFT son 11 Scholar Hull, York, England Ada Sheriff SWIFT dau 6 Scholar Hull, York, England Arthur C. SWIFT son 3 Hull, York, England
GRO birth index York index MYTON HULL Thomas 1869 MYT 75/172 Ada Elizabeth DecQt1874 Hull 9d 219 1874 MYT 96/461 Arther Charles SepQt1877 Hull 9d 227 1877 MYT 110/209 GRO Deaths< Julius Caesar A. Swift DecQt1887 Hull 9d 179By 1891 Elizabeth Swift is a houskeeper for John and William Richardson
1901 Census Source RG13 piece 4492 folio 98 page 2 en14 Place West Sculcoates District 11 Dwelling Linden Villas, 1 Pearsons Park William Richardson head s 80 Cabinet manufacturer employer Hull Elizabeth Swift ser w 54 house keeper Sheffif Hutton Annie B Robinson ser s 24 housemaid domestic Hull
Also described as a relative is
the widow Monica Marshall (nee Hoggett) who benifited from William's WIll
by the sum of £1,500
Only one possible Monica Marshall in 1881
born Derby, and living Lydney Gloscestershire in 1901
her siblings recieved no benifits, which raises the question was she related through Hoggett and recieved help as a widow, or as the spouce of her deceased husband James Marshall.
1881 Census Source: PRO Ref RG11 Piece 5219 Folio 40 Page 6 Place: Chepstow, Monmouth, Wales Dwelling: 20 High Street Rel Mar Age Occ Birthplace Charles HOGGETT head M 39 Butcher Derby Anne HOGGETT wife M 32 Chepstow, Monmouth Charles HOGGETT son 9 Scholar Croydon, Surrey, Florence HOGGETT dau 7 Scholar Croydon, Surrey Jenny HOGGETT dau 8m Chepstow, Monmouth Monica MARSHALL sister W 43 Derby, William MARSHALL nephew 13 London, MiddlesexMonica Hoggett married 10 july 1864
GRO Births Monica Hoggett Derby DecQt1837 19-333 Charles Hoggett Derby JunQt1841 19-518 Emma Hoggett Derby JunQt1843 19-3?8? Maria Hoggett Derby DecQt1859 7b 39?
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