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51 Died in the Eastry Union Workhouse HARRIS, John Reynolds (I4079)
 
52 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. GOOD, Audrey Joan (I2263)
 
53 Document UK, Soldiers Died in the Great War, 1914-1919 shows his date of death as 2nd May 1915, while the document U.K. Army Registers of Soldiers Effects, 1901-1929 shows his death as 5th May 1915. The UK, Commonwealth War Graves, 1914-1921 and 1939-1947 show his death as 8th May 1915. EDWARDS, Albert Frederick (I9141)
 
54 Edward took his stepfather's name changing from Wilson to Butler. (BUTLER), Edward Henry WILSON (I7014)
 
55 Either Arthur E Chaplin or Walter H Westgate CHAPLIN, Arthur Edward (I1814)
 
56 Elizabeth GHENT's surname on the transcription of her christening record shows the spelling as GENT. GHENT, Elizabeth (I0719)
 
57 Elizabeth Louisa Bartlett, d. 20 Jan 1890 aged 29 from pneumonia. She appears in the same volume and on the same page of the Deaths Index (1b 243 Islington 1890) as Alfred Bradley, although he died a day before her d.19 Jan 1890. Their respective spouses, Henry William Good and Emma Bradley subsequently married each other c.1892  BARTLETT, Elizabeth Louisa (I0048)
 
58 Emily Taylor was Horace's Housekeeper Family F0058
 
59 Ernest died as a result of an air raid during WW2 GOOD, Ernest Valentine (I1778)
 
60 Francis Ghent left 60 in his will to his wife Elizabeth. GHENT, Francis (I0232)
 
61 Frederick Williams's parents John & Sarah Ghent were living at 7 Asylum Road, Peckham, Camberwell when he was born. At the time of their wedding Frederick and Elizabeth were living at 26 Herman Road, Camberwell, later that year moving to 18 Hendre Road, Southwark.
In 1916 the Ghent family were in residence at 43, Edward Road, Coulsdon, Surrey.
Following the death of Frederick in 1961, Elizabeth moved in with her daughter Irene at Hove, Sussex. 
GHENT, Frederick William (I0020)
 
62 From 1861 and the birth of daughter Elizabeth, John drops the "g" from Irving. Therefore both he and his wife and all his children except Mary Ann became "IRVIN's". IRVING, John (I1137)
 
63 From at least 1871 and sometime between 1881 and 1901 the Dean family were living at Wall Traps, Hatfield, Hertfordshire. When they moved and certainly from 1901 they were living at Harpsfield Hall Cottages, St. Albans. Hertfordshire. DEAN, Ephraim (I0088)
 
64 From the age of about 10, Heather took Mantle as her surname. CAMPBELL\MANTLE, Heather Emily Jean (I9382)
 
65 George GHENT's surname on the transcription of his christening record shows the spelling as GENT. GHENT, George (I0832)
 
66 George Smith may well be Martha Dean's 2nd Husband, with her daughter Ada being by her 1st Husband  DEAN, Martha (I0091)
 
67 Had 10 children, only 6 surviving by 1911 BELCHAM, Mary Elizabeth (I3392)
 
68 Had a brother William bn. 1839 Goudhurst, Kent. BRABON, John (I0735)
 
69 He was actually Baptised as Barry Richard William LATTER LATTER, Barre Richard William (I5857)
 
70 Headstone reads: In Memory of George son of Thomas and Mary GHENT who died 11 Sep 1848 aged 2yrs. Also Joh their son who d. 18 Mar 1858 aged 16yrs. Also the above Thomas GHENT who d. 26 Jun 1869 aged 55yrs. GHENT, Thomas (I0835)
 
71 Headstone reads: In Memory of George son of Thomas and Mary GHENT who died 11 Sep 1848 aged 2yrs. Also Joh their son who d. 18 Mar 1858 aged 16yrs. Also the above Thomas GHENT who d. 26 Jun 1869 aged 55yrs. GHENT, John (I0840)
 
72 Headstone reads: In Memory of George son of Thomas and Mary GHENT who died 11 Sep 1848 aged 2yrs. Also Joh their son who d. 18 Mar 1858 aged 16yrs. Also the above Thomas GHENT who d. 26 Jun 1869 aged 55yrs. GHENT, George (I1075)
 
73 Headstone reads: Mary the dau of George & Sarah GHENT d. 25 Feb 1817 aged 13yrs GHENT, Mary (I0831)
 
74 Henry was reburied at Rookwood Cemetery when the St Andrews Cemetery was removed to make way for the motorway. BURLING, Henry (I6367)
 
75 Henry's Birth index shows the spelling as Bertlett. BARTLETT, Henry William (I0256)
 
76 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MANTLE, Philip Ernest (I3809)
 
77 His will shows all 13 children. BOYS, John (I7397)
 
78 Hubert (shown as Herbert in the UK Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-1919) served as a Lance Corporal with The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) and was killed in action. CROMPTON, Hubert C (I2408)
 
79 In 1851 Charles is living with his sister Catherine and her husband William, along with his brother John. WILDMAN, Charles (I5550)
 
80 In 1851 he is shown as a pauper, living in the Windsor Union Workhouse. BENFORD, Jonathon (I2278)
 
81 In 1851 John is living with his sister Catherine and her husband William, along with his brother Charles. WILDMAN, John (I5607)
 
82 In 1851 Mary Ann is living with her Uncle & Aunt Robert & Mary VERNUM. STALLWOOD, Mary Ann (I1149)
 
83 In 1851, James & Philadelphia are living with George & Elizabeth PIPER. MASKELL, James (I4749)
 
84 In 1851, William is living with his brother Thomas at Late Olivers, Heathfield. ROSE, William (I6017)
 
85 In 1861 living with his brother Philip. His daughter Rachael is also with him. LOCKWOOD, William (I4581)
 
86 In 1861, Thomas was Groom to Sir Charles & Lady Russell. COLE, Thomas Edward (I4505)
 
87 In 1861, William is living with his eventual Father-in-Law, John SYLVESTER.  NAYLER, William (I5295)
 
88 In 1871 Henry was living with George Frederick Mockford and Frances Agnes Mockford nee Scholtes.
A marriage index for Henry William Good & Emma Tedder can not be found. The date of marriage is taken from the 1911 Census which states they had been married for nineteen years. 
GOOD, Henry William (I0046)
 
89 In 1871 the Clarke family were in residence at Fleming(s), Woodnesborough, Kent CLARKE, Thomas (I0107)
 
90 In 1871 the Disbury family were in residence at 54 Fitzroy Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. DISBURY, Thomas (I0263)
 
91 In 1871 the Fitzjohn family were in residence at 58 Albert Road, Willesden, London. FITZJOHN, John (I0227)
 
92 In 1871 while in the Henley Union Workhouse, Fanny had her three children Frederick aged 12, Charlotte aged about 12 and Edward aged about 9 with her.  IRVING, Fanny (I1136)
 
93 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. LUCKHURST, Henry Herbert (I5018)
 
94 In 1881 Kate is living with George FOOT and his wife Elizabeth Crouch FOOT nee CLARK. WILLIAMS-JONES, Kate (I4994)
 
95 In 1881 the Disbury family were in residence at 44 East Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. When Albert married Anne c. 1879 they came to live at 1, Bulls Road Square, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. By 1901 they were living at 3, Silver Lane, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. DISBURY, Albert (I0177)
 
96 In 1881 the Ellender family were in residence at Church Street, Sandwich, Kent. ELLENDER, Sampson (I0208)
 
97 In 1881 the family were in residence at 8, Sidney Street, London, scene of the Sidney Street Riots of 1830. By 1887 they had moved to 102, York Road, London and in 1890 they were known to be living at 146 York Road.

Alfred Bradley, d. 19 Jan 1890 aged 34 from phthisis (TB). He appears in the same volume and on the same page of the Deaths Index (1b 243 Islington 1890) as Elizabeth Louisa Bartlett, although she died a day after him d. 20 Jan 1890. Their respective spouses, Emma Bradley nee Tedder and Henry William Good subsequently married each other c.1892

Historical note:
The Siege of Sidney Street (sometimes called the Battle of Stepney).

In January 1911 three policemen were killed and two seriously injured trying to arrest Latvian anarchists attempting to break into a jeweller's shop. Two of the gang took refuge in 100 Sidney Street and the building was quickly surrounded by 300 police. Sir Winston Churchill was Home Secretary and he visited the site and called for a detachment of Scots Guards. The house caught fire and the besiegers expected the men to come out but they never did. Churchill refused to allow the Fire Brigade to tackle the fire and later the burnt bodies of two men were found. 
BRADLEY, Alfred (I0094)
 
98 In 1881 Thomas is now a widower and living with his son Eli. GODWIN, Thomas (I4056)
 
99 In 1881 Walter Hopwood was working on a farm at Mount Pleasant, Thornton-on-the-Hill cum Baxby, North Yorkshire. EVERETT, Walter (I0289)
 
100 In 1881, the Agland family were in residence at 18 Gordon Road, Peckham, London. William Agland jnr. was a firework maker, Alfred was a general labourer and Arthur was a printers boy. AGLAND, William (I0209)
 

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