Joseph WHEATON (1786) the Tailor of Rockbere

Descendants of Joseph WHEATON

Updated 17 May 2018

Generation No. 1

1. Joseph1 WHEATON1,2 was born Abt. 17863, and died Unknown.

Occupation: Tailor of Rockbeare; 1854 Tailor4,5

Children of Joseph WHEATON are:

  1. i. John2 WHEATON, b. Bef. 1813, Littleham, Devon; d. Unknown.
  2. ii. Thomas WHEATON, b. Abt. 1813, Exmouth, Devon; d. Unknown.

 

Generation No. 2

2. John2 WHEATON (Joseph1)6,7,8 was born Bef. 1813 in Littleham, Devon9,10, and died Unknown. He married (1) Sarah/Sally UNKNOWN wife of John WHEATON11,12,13. She was born Abt. 181314, and died Bef. 1851. He married (2) Maria SMITH15 August 27, 1854 in Register Office, St Thomas, Devon15. She was born Abt. 181716, and died Unknown.

Occupation: 1832, 1835, 1838 Labourer; 1851 Ag Lab; Labourer

Addresses

1832  ?Wussing Green, Kentisbeare, Devon (M BROWNING)

1835  Wussing, Kentisbeare, Devon (M BROWNING)

1838 Town, Kentisbeare, Devon (M BROWNING)

1842, 1843, 1845   Withycombe, Devon

1851 2 Staples Buildings, Withcombe Rawleigh, Devon. Living in same property was William ROGERS and family

1854  Exmouth, Devon

Notes for Maria SMITH:

Addresses

1854       Exmouth, Devon

Children of John WHEATON and Sarah/Sally WHEATON are:

  1. i. John3 WHEATON, b. Abt. 1831, Kentisbeare, Devon; d. Bet. January – March 1903, St Thomas District, Devon Age 73.
  2. ii. Henry3 WHIDDON or WOTTON or WHEATON, b. Abt. 1832, Kentisbeare, Devon; d. Bet. January – March 1909, Honiton, Devon Age 76.

iii. Ann3 WHIDDON or WHEATON17, b. Abt. 183517; d. Unknown.Baptism: March 22, 1835, Kentisbeare, Devon17

iv. Jane3 WOOTTON or WHEATON17, b. Abt. 183817; d. Unknown. Baptism: February 11, 1838, Kentisbeare, Devon17

v. Elizabeth Perry3 WHEATON18,19, b. Bet. July – September 1842, Withycombe, Devon20,21; d. August 1842, Withycombe Raleigh, Devon Age 3 weeks22. Baptism: August 22, 1842, Withycombe, Devon23 Burial: September 1, 1842, Withycombe Raleigh, Devon24

vi. Mary Ann3 WHEATON25,26, b. Bet. July – September 1843, Withycombe, Devon27,28; d. Unknown. Baptism: September 3, 1843, Withycombe, Devon29

Occupation: 1851 Scholar

Addresses

1851       2 Staples Buildings, Withcombe Rawleigh, Devon

 vii.    Hannah Elizabeth WHEATON29,30, b. Bet. July – September 1845, Withycombe, Devon31,32; d. Unknown. Baptism: July 13, 1845, Withycombe, Devon33

Occupation: 1851 Scholar

Addresses

1851       2 Staples Buildings, Withcombe Rawleigh, Devon

3. Thomas2 WHEATON (Joseph1)34 was born Abt. 1813 in Exmouth, Devon34,35, and died Unknown. He married Elizabeth STREET36,37 December 25, 1839 in Ottery St Mary, Devon37,38. She was born Bet. 1813 – 1821 in Ottery St Mary, Devon39,40, and died Unknown.

Occupation: 1839, 1841 Lab; 1846 Labourer; 1851 Ag Lab; 1859 Labourer; 1881 Farm Labourer

Addresses

1839       Rockbear, Devon

1841       Southbrook, Broadclist, Devon

1841       Rickell, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1846       Burnt House, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1851       Chapel Lane, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1881       Knapp Cottage, Feniton Devon as Thomas WHEDDON (Michael BROWNING 7/10/2002)

Notes for Elizabeth STREET:

Addresses

1839       Ottery St Mary, Devon

1841       Rickell, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1851       Chapel Lane Ottery St Mary, Devon

1881       Knapp Cottage, Feniton, Devon as Elizabeth WHEDDON (Michael BROWNING 7/10/2002)

Occupation: 1851 Silk Weaver

Children of Thomas WHEATON and Elizabeth STREET are:

i. Maria3 WHEATON41, b. Bet. January – March 1841, Broadclist, Devon41; d. Unknown; m. William MAY42, March 20, 1859, Ottery St Mary, Devon42,43; b. Abt. 183743; d. Unknown. Baptism: January 10, 1841, Rockbeare, Devon44

Occupation: 1851, 1859 Lace Maker

Addresses

1841       Rickell, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1851       Chapel Lane, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1859       Ottery St Mary, Devon

Notes for William MAY:

Addresses

1859 Ottery St Mary, Devon

Occupation: 1859 Labourer

ii. George3 WHEATON45, b. Abt. 184345; d. October 1843, Age 9 months45,46,47. Burial: October 26, 1843, Ottery St Mary, Devon48,49

Addresses

1843        Mill Street, Ottery St Mary, Devon

iii. Eliza Streat3 WHEATON50,51, b. Bet. January – March 1846, Ottery St Mary, Devon51; d. Unknown. Baptism: February 4, 1846, Ottery St Mary, Devon51,52

Addresses

1851       Chapel Lane Ottery St Mary, Devon

 

Generation No. 3

4. John3 WHEATON (John2, Joseph1)53,54,55,56 was born Abt. 1831 in Kentisbeare, Devon57,58,59, and died Bet. January – March 1903 in St Thomas District, Devon Age 7360. He married Charlotte UNKNOWN wife of John WHEATON61,62,6364. She was born Bet. 1832 – 1835 in Cullumpton or Tiverton, Devon65,66, and died Bet. January – March 1908 in Chard District, Somerset Age 7567.

Occupation: 1851 Ag Lab; 1871 Ag Labourer; 1876 Labourer; 1881 Farm Labourer; 1891 Farm Labourer; 1901 (Census) Painter (?); 1901 (marriage of son) Labourer; 1909 Labourer

Addresses

1851       Village, Kentisbeare, Tiverton, Devon. Lodging with John TOZER (46) Ag Lab

1861       Broadhembury, Devon (Linda GAUNT 3/1/2006)

1871       Brewers Cottage, Plymtree, Devon

1876       Curscombe, Devon

1881       Skinners Farm, Broadhembury, Devon

1891       Kerswell Farm, nr Village, Broadhembury, Devon (RG12/1670 folio 47 page 3)

1901       Broadhembury, Devon

Notes for Charlotte UNKNOWN wife of John WHEATON:

Addresses

1861       Broadhembury, Devon (Linda GAUNT 3/1/2006)

1871       Brewers Cottage, Plymtree, Devon

1881       Skinners Farm, Broadhembury, Devon

1891       Kerswell Farm, nr Village, Broadhembury, Devon (RG12/1670 folio 47 page 3)

1901       Broadhembury, Devon

Occupation: 1881 Farm Wife

Residences: See Notes

Children of John WHEATON and Charlotte WHEATON are:

  1. i. William Henry4 WHEATON, b. Bet. October – December 1856, Broadhembury, Devon; d. Bet. January – March 1947, Honiton District, Devon Age 90.
  2. ii. Mary Ann  WHEATON68,69, b. Bet. April – June 1859, Broadhembury, Devon70,71,72; d. Unknown; m. William BRICE73, Bet. January – March 1880, Honiton District, Devon74; b. 1851, Gittisham, Devon75; d. Unknown.

Addresses

1861       Broadhembury, Devon (Linda GAUNT 3/1/2006) as Marianne

1871       Brewers Cottage, Plymtree, Devon

1881       Skinners Farm, Broadhembury, Devon

 iii.    Sarah Ann WHEATON76,77, b. Bet. October – December 1861, Broadhembury, Devon78,79,80; d. Unknown.

Addresses

1871       Brewers Cottage, Plymtree, Devon

1881       Skinners Farm, Broadhembury, Devon

  1. iv. John WHEATON, b. Bet. October – December 1863, Broadhembury, Devon; d. June 3, 1941, Ilminster, Somerset Age 77.
  2. v. Edwin WHEATON, b. Bet. April – June 1871, Plymtree, Devon (b 1875 Devonshire 1901 Census); d. October 16, 1909, 27 Dairy Street, Glamorganshire Age 38.

vi. Albert WHEATON80,81, b. Bet. April – June 1876, Feniton, Devon82,83,84; Baptism: May 28, 1876, Feniton, Devon98; d. March 18, 1958, Uffculme, Devon Age 8185,86; m. (1) Jane SHARLAND87,88,89, Bet. January – March 1892, Exeter District, Devon90; b. Abt. 187291; d. Unknown92; m. (2) Florence UNKNOWN wife of Albert WHEATON93, Bef. 191194; b. Abt. 1882, Chester, Cheshire95,96; d. May 18, 1979, Exeter District, Devon Age 9797.

Occupation: 1891 Farm Servant; 1911 Sergeant

Addresses

1881       Skinners Farm, Broadhembury, Devon

1891       Kerswell Village, Broadhembury, Devon (RG12/1670 folio 42 page 11) As a servant in the home of Henry LAWRENCE (65) born Payhembury, Devon and his wife Mary (56) born Uffculme, Devon and their children Annie (25), William (21), Janet (18) and Edwin (12). Also in the house was Henry CLARK (20) Farm Servant, all born Broadhembury, Devon.

1901       Not found

1911       2nd Battalion Devonshire Regiment Saint George’s Barracks Malta General or Officer Commanding: Lieutenant Colonel W T BARTLETT Reference RG14PN34986 RD641 SD11 ED11 SN9999

PROBLEMS!!!!

There are two Albert WHEATONs in Devon in the late nineteen hundreds, one born in 1863 and the other in 1876

The Albert who was born 1863 was blind on the 1881, 1891 and 1901 census returns. On the 1901 census a blind Albert WHEATON born 1863 has a wife named Sarah A. born 1855. In the March quarter of 1897 there was an Albert WHEATON/Louis Archibald CROSS/Sarah Ann HINE/Florence Emily PARKIN marriage in Exeter. It was therefore thought that that the 1897 marriage to Sarah Ann HINE belonged to this Albert. We also have a Sarah Ann WHEATON death which could fit, although the age at death makes her born 10 years earlier than that shown on the 1901 census. However, age differences like this are quite common! (See notes for Sarah A regarding age queries). After the death of Sarah Ann Albert WHEATON (father Henry) remarried in 1925 as a widower, to a “Private Nurse” nearly twenty years younger himself. All this information appears to fit together satisfactorily.

The other Albert, the one to whom these notes are attached, was born in 1876.   I have not been able to find a suitable Albert on the 1901 census despite searching for just “Albert b 1876 +/- 5 years born Devon”, Alberts in Broadhembury, Alberts in Exeter besides, of course, Albert and Bert WHEATONs. When this Albert died, his executor was his wife, Florence WHEATON so I also did a countrywide search for Albert with wife Florence with no success. In searching for an Albert/Florence (no surnames) marriage, the only one that appeared was the one in the March quarter 1897 to Sarah Ann HINE/Florence Emily PARKIN which we had already decided belonged to the Albert born 1863 where he married Sarah Ann HINE! We do have a death for a Florence WHEATON which could be the widow of this Albert, but if hers was the 1897 marriage she would have been only 15 when she married. However, the Albert/Florence marriage cannot be the 1897 one as we cannot have two different Alberts marrying the two brides shown for the 1897 marriage! (And I have found now Louis A and Florence E CROSS in St Austell in 1901, these were the other couple for the 1897 marriage, so Albert could not have married Florence Emily PARKIN).

There is another Albert WHEATON marriage in the December quarter of 1892 in Exeter to Annie ARSOTT or Jane SHARLAND but being born in 1876 this Albert would only have been 16 at the time of the 1892 marriage. The other groom for the 1892 marriage was Arthur John CAMPFIELD and I have found him with wife Annie born Exeter in Bristol in 1901. So, it looks as if Albert married Jane. I have no spare deaths or remarriages for a Jane WHEATON, and I have no Albert/Florence marriages (other than the 1897 one).

On the other hand, the 1892 marriage could be a first marriage for the blind Albert born 1863, he would have been 29 which would seem quite possible given that he was at home with his parents in 1891. However, I have only one Jane WHEATON death between in 1892 and 1897 when he married Sarah Ann HINE, and the Jane death is in Sidmouth and fits burial details we obtained from the parish register.

Here, I start going round the circle again! If anyone can help solve this puzzle I should be delighted to hear from them

Will: Executor Florence WHEATON, Wife99

Notes for Jane SHARLAND:

Addresses

1911       Not found on 1911 Index

Notes for Florence UNKNOWN wife of Albert WHEATON:

Addresses

1911       2nd Battalion Devonshire Regiment

               Saint George’s Barracks Malta

               Lieutenant Colonel W T BARTLETT

               Reference RG14PN34986 RD641 SD11 ED11 SN9999

5. Henry WHIDDON or WOTTON or3 WHEATON (John2, Joseph1)100,101 was born Abt. 1832 in Kentisbeare, Devon102; Baptism: September 23, 1832, Kentisbeare, Devon110 and died Bet. January – March 1909 in Honiton, Devon Age 76103. He married Elizabeth POLLARD104,105 February 16, 1858 in Talaton, Devon106,107. She was born Abt. 1836 in Talaton, Devon108, and died March 19, 1904 in Kingsteignton, Devon Age 67109.

Occupation: 1851 Farm Servant; 1881 Railway Labourer; 1886 Gardener; 1891 Labourer; 1925 General Labourer (deceased)111

Addresses

1851       Burlescombe, Devon (M BROWNING)

Living with the GILLHAM family.

1861       Talaton, Devon (M BROWNING

1862      Pinhoe, Devon (M BROWNING)

1871       No at home with family

1881       Coombe Lake, Ottery St Mary, Devon No wife on census. Was his wife Elizabeth, monthly nurse to the AYERS family? Her husband was a Railway Labourer according to the 1881 Census As this seems likely she has been included on this family page

1891       32 Roberts Road, St Leonard’s. Exeter, Devon Indexed as WHELTON Living with them was nephew William POLLARD (19) Labourer born Exeter, Devon

Notes for Elizabeth POLLARD:

Addresses

1871       6 King William Terrace, Exeter, Devon, Shown as married but no husband at same address. Living in the same property as James CORNISH (37) born Tiverton, Devon Shoemaker and his wife Emma (30) born Sherbourne, Dorset, Machinist, and John SHEPHARD (29) born Exeter, Devon, Painter and his wife Ellen (25) born Bampton, Devon and his son Henry (15 months) born Exeter, Devon

1881       Cadhay, Ottery St Mary, Devon.  Monthly Nurse to John AYERS and family consisting of his wife, and 8 daughters ranging in age from 9 to 1 month, the youngest being unnamed.

1891       32 Roberts Road, St Leonard’s. Exeter, Devon Indexed as WHELTON. Living with them was nephew William POLLARD (19) Labourer born Exeter, Devon. William was “the youngest son of Elizabeth’s brother John. He was born 1871 in Ottery St Mary District, Devon”. (Information from Andrew RADGWICK 5/1/2010 descended from Thomas POLLARD  brother of Elizabeth)

1901       4 Plantation Building, Exeter, Devon. Elizabeth and her son Edwin were shown as Aunt and cousin, visiting William GRUNAWAY (41) Brickmaker born Exeter, Devon, his wife Sarah (40) born Tiverton, Devon and their children

1904       Friars Street, Exeter, Devon

Baptism: August 28, 1836, Talaton, Devon112

Occupation: 1881 Monthly Nurse to John AYERS

Probate: April 8, 1904, London to Ernest WHEATON Police Constable113

Will: Effects £61. 14s. 0d114,115

Children of Henry WHEATON and Elizabeth POLLARD are:

i. Elias Henry4 WHEATON116, b. Bet. July – September 1859, Honiton District, Devon117; Baptism: August 4, 1859, Talaton, Devon118; d. Bet. October – December 1869, Exeter District, Devon Age 10117.

ii. Edwin Alfred4 WHEATON118,119, b. Bet. April – June 1861, Talaton, Devon119; Baptism: May 5, 1861, Talaton, Devon120; d. Bet. April – June 1862, St Thomas District, Devon Age 1119. Burial: June 29, 1862, Talaton, Devon120

iii.    Albert4 WHEATON120,121,122, b. Bet. January – March 1863, Exeter, Devon (see notes)123; d. Bet. April – June 1934, Shaftesbury District, Dorset Age 69; m. (1) Sarah Ann HINE124,125, Bet. January – March 1897, Exeter District, Devon126; b. Abt. 1845, Otterton, Devon (See Notes)127; d. Bet. October – December 1923, St Thomas District, Devon Age 78128; m. (2) Annie Georgina SAUNDERS128, May 13, 1925, The Register Office, St Thomas, Devon128,129; b. Abt. 1880130; d. Bet. July – September 1937, Plymouth District, Devon Age 57131.

Medical Information: Blind

Occupation: 1871 Scholar; 1891 Nothing entered; 1901 Living on own means; 1911 Private Means; 1925 Of Independent Means

Addresses

1871       6 King William Terrace, Exeter, Devon. Shown as married but no husband at same address. Living in the same property as James CORNISH (37) born Tiverton, Devon Shoemaker and his wife Emma (30) born Sherbourne, Dorset, Machinist, and John SHEPHARD (29) born Exeter, Devon, Painter and his wife Ellen (25) born Bampton, Devon and his son Henry (15 months) born Exeter, Devon. No information about Albert being blind

1881       “Blind Insitution” Davids Hill, St David, Exeter, Devon. There was a Master, Matron, Assistant, Teacher and 4 Servants. The other occupants of the Insitution were described as “Pupils” and all were blind. They were men and women and their ages ranges from 14 – 57

1891       32 Roberts Road, St Leonard’s. Exeter, Devon Indexed as WHELTON Living with them was nephew William POLLARD (19) Labourer born Exeter, Devon. Albert is living with his parents and is shown as “blind from childhood”

1901       8 St Andres Road, Littleham, Devon On the Census Arthur is shown as Blind.

1911       47 Victoria Road, Exmouth, Devon

1925       11 Victoria Road, Exmouth, Devon (marriage certificate)

On the 1881 Census an Albert is shown as being age 25 so born in 1856. This does not correspond with the age we have for this Albert. However, it would seem that both men were blind, and we therefore believe they are probably the same person.

Birth places include St Thomas District, Pinhoe (1891, 1901), Devon. and Exeter on the 1871 and 1881 census

Notes for Sarah Ann HINE:

Addresses

1891       18 Longbrook Street, St David’s. Exeter, Devon. Living, together with her brother, with Eugene and Louisa BLANC as sister and brother-in-law. She was 43 and single

1901       8 St Andrews Road, Littleham, Devon

1911       47 Victoria Road, Exmouth, Devon

Birth Date

1901 census gives age which indicates birth year was 1855

1923 death gives age of 78 which indicated birth year was 1845

1891 census includes a Sarah Ann HINE with age 43 indicating a birth year of 1848

1911 census index shows birth year 1848

Notes for Annie Georgina SAUNDERS:

Addresses

1925       11 Victoria Road, Exmouth, Devon (marriage certificate)

Occupation: 1925 Private Nurse

iv. Julia4 WHEATON132, b. Bet. April – June 1866, Teignmouth, Devon or Exeter, Devon (1871 Census)132,133; d. Unknown; m. Frederick BOVEY, April 8, 1896, Independent Chapel, Topsham, Devon133,134; b. Abt. 1871134; d. Unknown.

Occupation: 1871 Scholar; 1881 General Servant; 1891 Housemaid Domestic Servant

Addresses

1871       6 King William Terrace, Exeter, Devon. Shown as married but no husband at same address. Living in the same property as James CORNISH (37) born Tiverton, Devon Shoemaker and his wife Emma (30) born Sherbourne, Dorset, Machinist, and John SHEPHARD (29) born Exeter, Devon, Painter and his wife Ellen (25) born Bampton, Devon and his son Henry (15 months) born Exeter, Devon

1881       Feniton Mills, Feniton, Devon with James P COOMBE, Corn Miller employing 2 men,  his wife and 2 servants including Julia WHEATON

1891       Forde House, Torquay Road, Wolborough, Devon (RG12/1701 folio68 p12) Living in home of William J WATTS (77) born Kingsteignton, Devon Banker Clay Merchant J P D L., his son, Reginald (34) Solicitor born Ipplepen, Devon, his sister-in-law Susan TRACEY (67) born Teignmouth, Devon and servants Bessie JEFFREY (31) born St Germans, Cornwall, Cook, Annie MINTERN (28) born Plympton Kitchen Maid and Louisa BOWDEN (24) born Ipplepen, Devon, Kitchen Maid.

1896       Alpha Terrace, Heavitree, Devon

Notes for Frederick BOVEY:

Addresses

1896       Kingsteignton, Devon

Occupation: 1896 Builder

  1. v. Edwin4 WHEATON, b. Bet. January – March 1869, Exeter, Devon; d. Bet. January – March 1923, Newton Abbot District, Devon Age 53.
  2. vi. Ernest4 WHEATON, b. Bet. October – December 1872, Exeter, Devon; d. September 26, 1908, The Cottage Hospital, Ordsall, Nottinghamshire Age 35.

 

Generation No. 4

6. William Henry4 WHEATON (John3, John2, Joseph1)135,136,137,138,139 was born Bet. October – December 1856 in Broadhembury, Devon140,141,142, and died Bet. January – March 1947 in Honiton District, Devon Age 90143,144. He married Mary BROOM145,146 Bet. January – March 1883 in Honiton District, Devon147. She was born Abt. 1859 in Feniton, Devon148, and died Bet. July – September 1954 in Honiton District, Devon Age 95149.

Occupation: 1871 Servant/Ag Labourer; 1881 Farm Labourer; 1891, 1901 Dairyman; 1911 Farmer

Addresses

1861       Broadhembury, Devon (Linda GAUNT 3/1/2006)

1871       Lower Pale, Payhembury, Devon as servant to Harriett DANIELS and her family

1881       Skinners Farm, Broadhembury, Devon

1891       Clifthorn Dairy, Kilmington, Devon (RG12/1667 folio 70 page 2)

Living with them was sister-in-law Alice BROOM

1901       Momsbury Dairy, Chard, Somerset

In same property was Jane LOCK, Servant age 16 borm Luppett, Devon

1911       Axminster, Devon

Will: Mary WHEATON, widow, William Henry WHEATON150

Notes for Mary BROOM:

Addresses

1891       Clifthorn Dairy, Kilmington, Devon (RG12/1667 folio 70 page 2) Living with them was sister-in-law Alice BROOM

1901       Momsbury Dairy, Chard, Somerset

1911       Axminster, Devon Indexed as May

Children of William WHEATON and Mary BROOM are:

  1. i. Frank or Frank Henry5 WHEATON, b. Bet. January – March 1884, Awliscombe, Devon or St Peter Port, Guernsey (1911); d. January 3, 1958, Devizes, Somerset Age 69 (5 years difference to birth date).

ii. Bessie5 WHEATON151, b. Bet. October – December 1887, Kentisbeare, Devon151,152; d. Unknown; m. Ernest D LARCOMBE or Leonard J VIVIAN153, Bet. April – June 1911, Axminster District, Devon154; b. Abt. 1882155; d. Unknown.

Addresses

1891       Clifthorn Dairy, Kilmington, Devon (RG12/1667 folio 70 page 2) Living with them was sister-in-law Alice BROOM

1901       Momsbury Dairy, Chard, Somerset

1911       Axminster District, Devon (index only)

iii.    Ada5 WHEATON156,157, b. Bet. July – September 1889, Honiton District, Devon158; d. Bet. October – December 1890, Axminster District, Devon Age 1158.

7. John4 WHEATON (John3, John2, Joseph1)159,160,161 was born Bet. October – December 1863 in Broadhembury, Devon162,163,164, and died June 3, 1941 in Ilminster, Somerset Age 77165. He married Ann Locke BROOM166,167,168,169 Bet. April – June 1888 in Honiton District, Devon169. She was born Abt. 1864 in Feniton, Devon170, and died Bet. January – March 1934 in Axminster District, Devon Age 70171.

Occupation: 1881 Farmer Servant; 1891,1901 Dairyman; 1911 Dairy Farmer

Addresses

1871       Brewers Cottage, Plymtree, Devon

1881       St Andrews Wood, Broadhembury, Devon as Farm Servant to Wm Dommet VERYARD, his wife, son and daughter. There were 3 other Farm Servants.

1891       Old House, Sheldon, Devon (RG12/1671 folio 111 page 4)

1901       Wallacombe, Chard, Somerset With Evelina MORGAN (15) General Domestic Servant born Exmouth, Devon

1911       Shane Dairy, Donyett, Ilminster, Somerset. Married, but wife not with him, she was a patient in a nursing home. Living with him and his children was married daugher Ethel M BARKER, no husband present

1941       Ditton Street, Ilminster, Somerset

Probate: September 24, 1941, Exeter to Edwin James BAKER, Baker & Confectioner, and Edward ELSTON, Farmer172

Will: Effects £539. 0s. 11d173,174

Notes for Ann Locke BROOM:

Addresses

1891       Old House, Sheldon, Devon (RG12/1671 folio 111 page 4)

1901       Wallacombe, Chard, Somerset

1911       Not with husband on transcript of census

1911       Nursing Home, Wellington Road, Taunton, Somerset. Head of House was Mary FARMER (32) Sick Nurse born Harpole, Northamptonshire. Also in house was Servant Elizabeth Ann MELTON (25) Sick Nurse born Wood Green, Middlesex and Laura Rose COCKRAM (14) Domestic Servant born Tiverton, Devon

Occupation: 1911 Patient

Children of John WHEATON and Ann BROOM are:

i. Ethel Mary5 WHEATON175, b. Bet. July – September 1890, Sheldon, Devon176,177; d. Unknown; m. Edwin J BAKER178,179, Bet. January – March 1911, Chard District, Somerset179; b. Abt. 1885, (One man/two women on FreeBMD)180; d. Unknown.

Addresses

1891       Old House, Sheldon, Devon (RG12/1671 folio 111 page 4)

1901       Wallacombe, Chard, Somerset

1911       Shane Dairy, Donyett, Ilminster, Somerset. Living with her father, shown as married but no husband present

ii. Alice5 WHEATON181, b. Bet. July – September 1892, Honiton District, Devon181; Baptism: November 1894, Luppet, Devon182; d. Bet. July – September 1895, Honiton District, Devon Age 3181.

  1. iii. Fred5 WHEATON, b. June 19, 1894, Tuppit, Devon; d. November 22, 1971, Brookside, Colyton, Devon Age 77.

iv. Rose5 WHEATON183, b. Bet. July – September 1896, Luppett, Devon183,184; d. Unknown; m. Harry TUCKER185, Bet. October – December 1923, Axminster District, Devon185; b. Abt. 1898186; d. Unknown.

Occupation: 1911 Assisting in Dairy

Addresses

1901       Wallacombe, Chard, Somerset

1911       Shane Dairy, Donyett, Ilminster, Somerset

  1. v. William Henry5 WHEATON, b. January 3, 1899, Chard, Somerset; d. Bet. October – December 1989, Honiton District, Devon.
  2. vi. Dorothy Caroline5 WHEATON187,188, b. Bet. July – September 1902, Chard District, Somerset189; d. Unknown; m. Robert BUSSELL189, Bet. April – June 1922, Axminster District, Devon189; b. Abt. 1897190; d. Unknown.

Occupation: 1911 School

Addresses

1911       Shane Dairy, Donyett, Ilminster, Somerset

8. Edwin4 WHEATON (John3, John2, Joseph1)191,192 was born Bet. April – June 1871 in Plymtree, Devon (b 1875 Devonshire 1901 Census)193,194,195 ; Baptism: May 21, 1871, Plymtree, Devon205; and died October 16, 1909 in 27 Dairy Street, Glamorganshire Age 38196,197. Cause of Death: Pneumonia206. He married Rosa/Rose Elizabeth PAYNE198,199,200,201 May 28, 1901 in Canton, Cardiff, Glamorganshire202,203. She was born Abt. 1881204, and died Unknown.

Occupation: 1891 Ag Lab; 1901 Railway Servant; 1902 Dairyman; 1909 Dock Labourer207

Addresses

1881       Skinners Farm, Broadhembury, Devon

1891       Hembercombe, Broadhembury, Devon (RG12/1670 folio 40 p 8) Living with Samuel BOWLES (38) Ag Lab and his wife Sarah A (28) both born Broadhembury, Devon together with their children John (9) born Kentisbeare and Flora (5) born Broadhembury, both in Devon.

1901       65 Alexandra Road, Canton, Cardiff, Glamorganshire Boarding with George TREDWEN (44) Carter born Penzance, Cornwall, his wife and two daughters as Edward WHEATON

1901       65 Alexandra Row, Cardiff?, Glamorganishire

1902       Thorncombe, Dorset (from Mrs D BRADLEY 1/11/2000)

1909       27 Daisy Street, Cardiff, Glamorganshire

Notes for Rosa/Rose Elizabeth PAYNE:

Addresses (from Mrs D BRADLEY 1/11/2000)

1902         Thorncombe, Dorset

Rosa married again to John HOPKIN June quarter 1913 Cardiff District, Glamorganshire

Children of Edwin WHEATON and Rosa/Rose PAYNE are:

i. Albert Edward5 WHEATON208,209, b. Bet. April – June 1902, Beaminster District, Dorset209; Baptism: June 28, 1902, Thorncombe, Dorset210; d. Bet. January – March 1940, Bridgend District, Glamorganshire Age 38209.

  1. ii. Ernest WHEATON, b. January 22, 1909, Daisy Street, Cardiff, Glamorganshire; d. June 15, 1978, 6 Aubrey Terr, Cowbridge South Glamorganshire Age 69.

9. Edwin4 WHEATON (Henry WHIDDON or WOTTON or3, John2, Joseph1)211,212,213 was born Bet. January – March 1869 in Exeter, Devon214,215,216, and died Bet. January – March 1923 in Newton Abbot District, Devon Age 53. He married (1) Ellen GREEN née SMITH217,218,219 Bet. January – March 1898 in Newton Abbot District, Devon. She was born Abt. 1876 in Exeter, Devon220, and died Bef. 1919221. He married (2) Lucy CLARKE222 February 5, 1902 in Exeter District, Devon223,224. She was born Abt. 1875225, and died Bet. April – June 1962 in Newton Abbot District, Devon Age 87226.

Occupation: 1891 Soldier- Private; 1901 Asylum Attendant

Addresses

1871       6 King William Terrace, Exeter, Devon. Shown as married but no husband at same address. Living in the same property as James CORNISH (37) born Tiverton, Devon Shoemaker and his wife Emma (30) born Sherbourne, Dorset, Machinist, and John SHEPHARD (29) born Exeter, Devon, Painter and his wife Ellen (25) born Bampton, Devon and his son Henry (15 months) born Exeter, Devon

1881       Coombe Lake, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1891       The Barracks, Engineers Depot of the 13th Somerset Light Infantry Mouth Street, Taunton, Somerset. 283 Individuals in total (RG12/1876 folio 90 page 2)

1901       4 Plantation Building, Exeter, St Matthew, Devon shown as single born 1871 Elizabeth and her son Edwin were shown as Aunt and cousin, visiting William GRUNAWAY (41) Brickmaker born Exeter, Devon, his wife Sarah (40) born Tiverton, Devon and their children

1911       Not found on 1911 Index

Enlistment papers 5 Prince Albert Place, Bridge Street, Dawlish, Devon. First World War Soldiers Paper, Public Record Office, Kew. Date of enlistments 24 January 1891, 24 November 1914, 14 February 1917. Rank: Pioneer No. 240277. Royal Entineers (Rear/Road) Troop Depot. Date of Discharge 4 May 1917 Physically unfit.

Both Edwin and his wife Ellen appear to have married again which suggests a divorce, rather unusual at this time. More research required

Information from Forces War Records Site sent by John TERRY 16/10/2014 First Name: Edwin. Initials: E.  Surname: WHEATON.  Nationality: British. Service Number: 4707. Service From Date: 1888-12-26. Service: Royal Marines. Division: royal marine light infantry: plymouth division. More information about Royal Marine Light Infantry: Plymouth Division. Formed: 1664. Troops from the Royal Marines had been stationed in Plymouth and its neighbour, Plymouth Dock, since the formation of the Corps in 1664. Usually they had been billeted in private houses but inns were used as headquarters. Troops were frequently paraded on the Barbican, in front of the Customs House, on a piece of ground still today known as The Parade.

America’s War of Independence created a tremendous increase in the number of troops and it was soon felt that a more permanent and suitable home should be found for them rather than have the men billeted as far away as Modbury and Tavistock. Being maritime troops, it was, of course, necessary that this new base should good access to the sea. At Stonehouse the Royal Navy had completed a new hospital in 1762 and a few years later the bridge across Stonehouse Creek was built, thus giving easy access to Plymouth Dock. Stonehouse seemed like an ideal place for a barracks and a site close to Mill Bay was chosen. There was only one other building in the vicinity, the Longroom, which was a popular location for balls and other forms of entertainment.

The barracks were started in 1781 on land bought from Lord Mount Edgcumbe. The design followed a pattern used elsewhere in Britain, notably Chatham, and comprised three accommodation blocks around a parade ground. The fourth side, to the west, consisted of only the Guardroom, the parade ground being separated from Barrack Street by railings. The north block accommodated the junior officers, the south block was home to the senior officers, while the men and NCOs were housed in the much larger east block. The Commandant’s residence was at one end of the south block. The barracks were first occupied in 1783.

By 1803 the Longroom had fallen into disuse so negotiations were started in order to purchase the site for an extension to the barracks to free-up the barracks at nearby Millbay. There was a general fear of invasion by the French forces under Napoleon Bonaparte and once again the military forces had been increased to combat this threat. The Longroom site was subsequently acquired from Lord Mount Edgcumbe for the sum of £4,450 and in 1805 a wooden barracks was built, the original Longroom becoming a new Officers’ Mess.

Tension was once again increased during the 1850s with the war in the Crimea. To provide extra accommodation the east block was extended northwards, which provided 28 more rooms of 30 beds each. This was completed in 1859. The work did not end there, however, and much other building went on, including, in 1861, the razing and rebuilding of the north block, and in 1862 the conversion of the Racquet Court into the Globe Theatre.

In 1867, the new west block was completed, giving the barracks a fine entrance on what was by now Durnford Street. This provided accommodation for six senior officers as well as offices for the Plymouth Division. Finally, a Divisional School was added in 1871, fronting upon Caroline Place.

Stonehouse Barracks has witnessed several important ceremonial occasions. In 1951 HRH the Duke of Edinburgh presented new colours to the Division and in May 1955 Plymouth honoured the Corps by granting it the Freedom of the City

Notes for Ellen GREEN née SMITH:

Addresses

1901       3 Regents Terrace, Torquay, Devon. Living with her father

1911       2 Dingley Square, Skinner Street, Medway, Kent

1919       2 Dingley Square, Skinner Street, Gillingham, Kent (War Graves Site for son Harold)

Ellen married again to a William SKINNER, July-September 1910 Medway District, Kent. As Edwin was still alive there must have been a divorce, which at this time would have been quite unusual. The 1911 also brings up another problem….there was a Nancy SPINNER age 9 shown as daughter of William and Ellen. She was born Gillingham, Kent in 1902. More research required

Notes for Lucy CLARKE:

Addresses

1911       Not found on 1911 Index

Children of Edwin WHEATON and Ellen SMITH are:

i. Arthur Edward5 WHEATON226, b. Bet. July – September 1898, Newton Abbott District, Devon226; d. Bet. January – March 1900, Taunton District, Somerset226.

ii. Harold 5 WHEATON227,228, b. Bet. January – March 1900, Taunton, Somerset228,229; d. May 21, 1919, WW1 Age 19230. Burial: Unknown, Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent (Grave Reference/Panel: 32)

Military service: Bugler CH/19979 H.M.S. “Emile Nobel” Royal Marine Light Infantry230

Occupation: 1911 School

Addresses

1901 3 Regents Terrace, Torquay, Devon

1919       2 Dingley Square, Skinner Street, Medway, Kent. Living with mother, step-father and step-sister

From War Graves Commision information. Name: WHEATON, HAROLD. Initials: H. Nationality: United Kingdom. Rank: Bugler. Regiment/Service: Royal Marine Light Infantry. Unit Text: H.M.S. “Emile Nobel.” Age: 19. Date of Death: 21/05/1919. Service No: CH/19979. Additional information: Son of the late Ellen Spinner (formerly Wheaton); stepson of William Spinner, of 2, Dingley Square, Skinner St., Gillingham, Kent. Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead. Grave/Memorial Reference: 32. Memorial: CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL

Information from Forces War Records Site sent by John TERRY 16/10/2014. First Name: Harold. Initials: H. Surname: WHEATON. Nationality: British. Date of Death: 21/05/1919. Incident Details: Killed in action. Information: I.C.3380/1919. Rank: Bugler. Service Number: CH/19979. Campaign Medals: Victory Medal.

Given the information we have available it is likely that Harold WHEATONwas entitled to the Victory medal, also called the Inter Allied Victory Medal. This medal was awarded to all who received the 1914 Star or 1914-15 Star and, with certain exceptions, to those who received the British War Medal. It was never awarded alone. These three medals were sometimes irreverently referred to as Pip, Squeak and Wilfred.

Eligibility for this award consisted of having been mobilised, fighting, having served in any of the theatres of operations, or at sea, between midnight 4th/5th August, 1914, and midnight, 11th/12th November, 1918. Women who served in any of the various military organisations in a theatre of operations were also eligible.

British War Medal

From the information available to us, it is very possible that Harold WHEATON was entitled to the British War Medal for service in World War One. This British Empire campaign medal was issued for services between 5th August 1914 and 11th November 1918.

The medal was automatically awarded in the event of death on active service before the completion of this period. Service: Royal Marines. Branch: royal marine light infantry. Royal Marine Light Infantry during World War 1. More information about Royal Marine Light Infantry. Formed: 1855. Disbanded: 1923

During World War I, in addition to their usual stations aboard ship, Royal Marines were part of the Royal Naval Division which landed in Belgium in 1914 to help defend Antwerp and later took part in the amphibious landing at Gallipoli in 1915. It also served on the Western Front in the trenches.

The Division’s first two commanders were Royal Marine Artillery Generals. Other Royal Marines acted as landing parties in the Naval campaign against the Turkish fortifications in the Dardanelles before the Gallipoli landings. They were sent ashore to assess damage to Turkish fortifications after bombardment by British and French ships and, if necessary, to complete their destruction. The Royal Marines were the last to leave Gallipoli, replacing both British and French troops in a neatly planned and executed withdrawal from the beaches. It even required some Marines to wear French uniforms as part of the deception.

In 1918 Royal Marines led the Zeebrugge Raid. Five Royal Marines earned the Victoria Cross in the First World War, two at Zeebrugge, one at Gallipoli, one at the Battle of Jutland and one on the Western Front. After the war Royal Marines took part in the allied intervention in Russia. In 1919, the 6th Battalion RMLI rose in mutiny and was disbanded at Murmansk.

Royal Marine Light Infantry. Unit: HMS “Emile Nobel” Collection: Royal Marines Campaign Medal Rolls 1914-1920. 2nd Entry. First Name: Harold. Initials: H. Surname: WHEATON. Nationality: British. Service Number: 19979. Service From Date: 1915-06-26

Campaign Medals:

Victory Medal

Given the information we have available it is likely that Harold WHEATON was entitled to the Victory medal, also called the Inter Allied Victory Medal. This medal was awarded to all who received the 1914 Star or 1914-15 Star and, with certain exceptions, to those who received the British War Medal. It was never awarded alone. These three medals were sometimes irreverently referred to as Pip, Squeak and Wilfred.

Eligibility for this award consisted of having been mobilised, fighting, having served in any of the theatres of operations, or at sea, between midnight 4th/5th August, 1914, and midnight, 11th/12th November, 1918. Women who served in any of the various military organisations in a theatre of operations were also eligible.

British War Medal

From the information available to us, it is very possible that Harold WHEATON was entitled to the British War Medal for service in World War One. This British Empire campaign medal was issued for services between 5th August 1914 and 11th November 1918.

The medal was automatically awarded in the event of death on active service before the completion of this period. Service: Royal Marines. Division: royal marine light infantry: chatham division. Royal Marine Light Infantry: Chatham Division during World War 1

More information about Royal Marine Light Infantry: Chatham Division. Formed: 1775. Disbanded: 1950

The Royal Marines were based at Chatham for over 200 years. From 1775 until 1950 the Chatham Division of Royal Marines occupied barracks on a site adjacent to the southern end of the Dockyard. During this time, the Chatham Division was visited by a number of royal guests.

HMS Pembroke, the Royal Naval Barracks at Chatham, was built between the Steam Yard and Brompton barracks in the early years of the century. By the outbreak of the First World War Chatham had become one of the Royal Navy’s three manning ports with over a third of the navy – 205 ships manned by men allocated to the Chatham Division – a role that was to continue until the advent of central manning in 1956.

Thereafter Chatham became home to the reserve – or standby fleet, although a number of operational ships were also based at the Dockyard including the Antarctic patrol vessel HMS Endurance.

3rd Entry. First Name: Harold. Initials: H. Surname: WHEATON. DOB: Circa 1900. Age: 19. Nationality: British. Date of Death: 21/05/1919 Information: SON OF THE LATE ELLEN SPINNER (FORMERLY WHEATON); STEPSON OF WILLIAM SPINNER, OF 2, DINGLEY SQUARE, SKINNER ST., GILLINGHAM, KENT.. Rank: Bugler. Service Number: CH/19979. Campaign Medals: Victory Medal

Given the information we have available it is likely that Harold WHEATON was entitled to the Victory medal, also called the Inter Allied Victory Medal. This medal was awarded to all who received the 1914 Star or 1914-15 Star and, with certain exceptions, to those who received the British War Medal. It was never awarded alone. These three medals were sometimes irreverently referred to as Pip, Squeak and Wilfred.

Eligibility for this award consisted of having been mobilised, fighting, having served in any of the theatres of operations, or at sea, between midnight 4th/5th August, 1914, and midnight, 11th/12th November, 1918. Women who served in any of the various military organisations in a theatre of operations were also eligible.

British War Medal

From the information available to us, it is very possible that Harold WHEATON was entitled to the British War Medal for service in World War One. This British Empire campaign medal was issued for services between 5th August 1914 and 11th November 1918.

The medal was automatically awarded in the event of death on active service before the completion of this period. Service: Royal Marines. Regiment: Royal Marine Light Infantry. Royal Marine Light Infantry during World War 1

More information about Royal Marine Light Infantry. Formed: 1855. Disbanded: 1923. During World War I, in addition to their usual stations aboard ship, Royal Marines were part of the Royal Naval Division which landed in Belgium in 1914 to help defend Antwerp and later took part in the amphibious landing at Gallipoli in 1915. It also served on the Western Front in the trenches.

The Division’s first two commanders were Royal Marine Artillery Generals. Other Royal Marines acted as landing parties in the Naval campaign against the Turkish fortifications in the Dardanelles before the Gallipoli landings. They were sent ashore to assess damage to Turkish fortifications after bombardment by British and French ships and, if necessary, to complete their destruction. The Royal Marines were the last to leave Gallipoli, replacing both British and French troops in a neatly planned and executed withdrawal from the beaches. It even required some Marines to wear French uniforms as part of the deception.

In 1918 Royal Marines led the Zeebrugge Raid. Five Royal Marines earned the Victoria Cross in the First World War, two at Zeebrugge, one at Gallipoli, one at the Battle of Jutland and one on the Western Front. After the war Royal Marines took part in the allied intervention in Russia. In 1919, the 6th Battalion RMLI rose in mutiny and was disbanded at Murmansk.

More information on Royal Marine Light Infantry. Battalion: HMS “Emile Nobel”. Commemorated: Britain. Collection: The IWGC/CWGC Registers Collection 4th Entry. First Name: Harold. Surname: WHEATON. Nationality: British. Date of Death: 21/05/1919. Fate: Killed in action.

Information: Ship deployed to Russia to support the ‘White’ Government Army against the ‘Red’ Bolshevik Army at the beginning of the Russian Civil War. Rank: Bugler. Service Number: 19979 (Chatham). Duty Location: Emile Nobel, gunboat, ex-Russian tanker, Caspian Sea, in action off Alexandrovsk. Service: Royal Navy. Royal Navy inter war 1918-39 Roll of Honour.

Children of Edwin WHEATON and Lucy CLARKE are:

iii.    Edith Mary A5 WHEATON231, b. April 22, 1903, Exeter District, Devon231,232; d. Unknown; m. George H BRENTON233, Bet. April – June 1928, Newton Abbot District, Devon233; b. Abt. 1898234; d. Unknown.

Addresses

1911       Not found on 1911 Index

iv. Emily E5 WHEATON235, b. November 3, 1904, Dawlish, Devon (Registered as Emma Elizabeth)236,237; d. Unknown; m. George A OSBORN238, Bet. October – December 1928, Newton Abbot District, Devon238; b. Abt. 1903239; d. Unknown.

Addresses

1911       Not found on 1911 Index

  1. v. Albert Edward5 WHEATON, b. January 20, 1908, Newton Abbot District, Devon; d. Bet. October – December 1954, Newton Abbot District Devon Age 46.

10. Ernest4 WHEATON (Henry WHIDDON or WOTTON or3, John2, Joseph1)240 was born Bet. October – December 1872 in Exeter, Devon241,242, and died September 26, 1908 in The Cottage Hospital, Ordsall, Nottinghamshire Age 35243,244,245. He married Sarah Isabella STOCKDALE246 Bet. January – March 1903 in East Retford District, Nottinghamshire247. She was born Abt. 1879 in Retford, Nottinghamshire248, and died Unknown.

Occupation: 1891 Labourer; 1901, 1904 Police Constable249

Addresses

1881       Coombe Lake, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1891       32 Roberts Road, St Leonard’s. Exeter, Devon Indexed as WHELTON.  Living with them was nephew William POLLARD (19) Labourer born Exeter, Devon

1901       76 Thrumpton Lane, Ordsall, Nottinghamshire. Boarding with Robert HAMILTON (64) Market Gardener born Barkston, Lincolnshireand his wife and daughter

1908       13 Tunnel Road, Ordsall, Nottinghamshire

Probate: November 24, 1908, London to Sarah Isabella WHEATON, widow250

Will: £223. 4s. 0d250

Notes for Sarah Isabella STOCKDALE:

Addresses

1911       Church Lane, Onlsall, Retford, Nottinghamshire as a widow. Living as daughter with William STOCKDALE (57) Railway Engine Driver born Dunham on Trent, Nottinghamshire, his wife Mary I (55) born Broughton, Lincolnshire and children William B (34) Dairy Farmer, Frances N (24), Samual R (21) Bricklayer, Reginald B (19) Farmer’s Brother working on farm and Basil E (10) all born Retford, Nottinghamshire

Child of Ernest WHEATON and Sarah STOCKDALE is:

  1. i. Frederick William5 WHEATON, b. January 31, 1904, Odsall, Nottinghamshire; d. Abt. January 1987, East Retford District, Nottinghamshire Age 73.

Generation No. 5

11. Frank or Frank Henry5 WHEATON (William Henry4, John3, John2, Joseph1)251,252,253 was born Bet. January – March 1884 in Awliscombe, Devon or St Peter Port, Guernsey (1911)254,255, and died January 3, 1958 in Devizes, Somerset Age 69 (5 years difference to birth date)256,257. He married Queenie Florence UNKNOWN wife of Frank H WHEATON257 Bet. January – March 1912 in Axminster District, Devon (See notes)258. She was born December 18, 1888 in East London, South Africa259,260, and died Bet. October – December 1978 in Devizes District, Wiltshire Age 90261,262.

Occupation: 1891 Scholar; 1901 Dairyman; 1911 Mill Storage, Forage Man or Assisting on Farm

Addresses

1891       Clifthorn Dairy, Kilmington, Devon (RG12/1667 folio 70 page 2) Living with them was sister-in-law Alice BROOM

1901       Momsbury Dairy, Chard, Somerset

1911       5 New Baris Road, Guernsey, Channel Islands

1911       Axminster, Devon with parents

Will: Executor Queenie Florence WHEATON wife263

Notes for Queenie Florence UNKNOWN wife of Frank H WHEATON:

Addresses

1911       5 New Baris Road, Guernsey, Channel Islands

Marriage Notes for Frank WHEATON and Queenie WHEATON:

I have this marriage entered here and in my data base; however, I cannot find it on 1837Online or FreeBMD, nor can I find it in my hand written notes from St Catherine’s House. The bride’s name came from Will details so I would assume the marriage took place before spouses’s name were first included in the index. This would tie in with the children, but there are no Frank marriages from 1905 when the bride would have been 17. A complete puzzle at the present time!

Children of Frank WHEATON and Queenie WHEATON are:

  1. i. Arthur Clarence Barnicott6 WHEATON, b. Abt. 1910, St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands; d. Bet. April – June 1966, Southampton District, Hampshire Age 56.

ii. Queenie F6 WHEATON264,265, b. Abt. 1911, St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands266; d. Unknown; m. Harry W EDWARD267, Bet. July – September 1943, Devizes District, Wiltshire267; b. Abt. 1910268; d. Unknown.

Addresses

1911       5 New Baris Road, Guernsey, Channel Islands

12. Fred5 WHEATON (John4, John3, John2, Joseph1)269 was born June 19, 1894 in Tuppit, Devon269,270, and died November 22, 1971 in Brookside, Colyton, Devon Age 77271,272. He married Bertha TURNER273 Bet. April – June 1923 in Axminster District, Devon273. She was born Abt. 1895274, and died November 30, 1975 in Brookside, Pottlelake, Colyton, Devon Age 80275,276.

Occupation: 1911 Assisting in Dairy

Addresses

1901        Bishops Town, Luppitt, Devon. Living with his Uncle and Aunt, Henry CLAPP (26) Assurance Agent born in Luppitt and Martha CLAPP (29) born Whimple, Devon

1911       Shane Dairy, Donyett, Ilminster, Somerset

Will: 276

More About Bertha TURNER:

Probate: March 12, 1976, Bristol, Gloucestershire276

Will: 277

Children of Fred WHEATON and Bertha TURNER are:

i. Ivy J6 WHEATON, b. Private; m. John McCORMACK278, Private; b. Abt. 1919279; d. Unknown.

ii. Betty R6 WHEATON, b. Private; m. Bernard W A PEARCE, Private; b. Private.

 

13. William Henry5 WHEATON (John4, John3, John2, Joseph1)280 was born January 3, 1899 in Chard, Somerset280, and died Bet. October – December 1989 in Honiton District, Devon280. He married Elsie M SUMMERS280 Bet. April – June 1923 in Honiton District, Devon280. She was born May 31, 1900280, and died Abt. February 1994 in Honiton District, Devon Age 94280.

Occupation: 1911 School

Notes for William Henry WHEATON:

Addresses

1901       Wallacombe, Chard, Somerset

1911       Shane Dairy, Donyett, Ilminster, Somerset

Child of William WHEATON and Elsie SUMMERS is:

i. Gwendoline J6 WHEATON, b. Private; m. Arthur R QUICK280, Private; b. Abt. 1920281; d. Unknown.

14. Ernest5 WHEATON (Edwin4, John3, John2, Joseph1)282 was born January 22, 1909 in Daisy Street, Cardiff, Glamorganshire282,283,284, and died June 15, 1978 in 6 Aubrey Terr, Cowbridge South Glamorganshire Age 69285,286. He married Lattona Ann REYNOLDS287 Bet. October – December 1935 in Bridgend District, Glamorganshire287. She was born Abt. 1916288, and died Bet. January – March 1992 in Ogwr District, Mid Glamorganshire Age 76289.

Addresses

1911       9 Ferndale Street, Cardiff, Glamorganishire Living with his grandparents Francis PAYNE (56) Gardener and General Work born Crewkerne, Somerset. his wife Susan (57) born Illminster, Somerset and their son Alfred (18) Solicitor’s Clerk born Cardiff, Glamorganshire

Probate: November 9, 1978, Llandaff, Glamorganshire290

Will: .291

Children of Ernest WHEATON and Lattona REYNOLDS are:

i. Marrion or Marion E6 WHEATON, b. Private; m. Thomas R THOMAS, Private; b. Private.

ii. Valerie R6 WHEATON, b. Private; m. Peter W HANKINS, Private; b. Private.

15. Albert Edward5 WHEATON (Edwin4, Henry WHIDDON or WOTTON or3, John2, Joseph1)292 was born January 20, 1908 in Newton Abbot District, Devon292,293, and died Bet. October – December 1954 in Newton Abbot District Devon Age 46294. He married Dorothy May STONE294,295 Bet. October – December 1935 in Gosport District, Hampshire296. She was born November 23, 1906296, and died Abt. August 1996 in Newton Abbot District, Devon Age 90296.

Occupation: 1937, 1938 Labourer

Addresses

1911        Not found on 1911 Index

1937       8 Queen Lane, Dawlish, Devon

1938       61 Second Avenue, Dawlish, Devon

Children of Albert WHEATON and Dorothy STONE are:

  1. i. Robert Albert Edwin6 WHEATON, b. Private.
  2. ii. Douglas George Edward6 WHEATON, b. May 11, 1938, Dawlish, Devon (No entry); d. January 2005, Teignbridge District, Devon.
  3. iii. Rosemarie6 WHEATON, b. Private.

iv. Pamela6 WHEATON, b. Private; m. Michael A SPEAR, Private; b. Private.

16. Frederick William5 WHEATON (Ernest4, Henry WHIDDON or WOTTON or3, John2, Joseph1)296 was born January 31, 1904 in Odsall, Nottinghamshire296,297,298, and died Abt. January 1987 in East Retford District, Nottinghamshire Age 73299. He married Amy LANE299 Bet. July – September 1927 in E Retford District Nottinghamshire299. She was born February 4, 1907299, and died Abt. April 1989 in Worksop District, Nottinghamshire Age 82299.

Addresses

1911       Brickyard, Appleby, Doncaster, Yorkshire. Living as nephew with Charles TACY (34) Iron Stove Miner born Broughton, Lincolnshire, his wife Agnes Lucy (29) born Ordsall, Nottinghamshire and their daughter Iris (6) born Appleby Carrs, Lincolnshire

Child of Frederick WHEATON and Amy LANE is:

  1. Ralph E6 WHEATON, b. Private.

Generation No. 6

17. Arthur Clarence Barnicott6 WHEATON (Frank or Frank Henry5, William Henry4, John3, John2, Joseph1)299 was born Abt. 1910 in St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands300,301, and died Bet. April – June 1966 in Southampton District, Hampshire Age 56302. He married Ivy Millicent FOWLER302 March 14, 1936 in The Register Office, Warminster, Wiltshire302,303. She was born October 30, 1911304, and died October 6, 1982 in St German District, Cornwall Age 71305,306.

Occupation: 1936 Houseman; 1976 Painter and Decorator (deceased – son’s Marriage Certificate)307

Addresses

1911       5 New Baris Road, Guernsey, Channel Islands

1911       Market Place, St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands. Living as grandson with BARNICOTT grandparents Alfred (51) and Elizabeth (46) and their children Alice (26) and Alfred (19). The grandfather as born Guernsey and was Deputy Harbour Master. Elizabeth and the children were born East London, Cape Colony, South Africa.

1936       “Normandene”, Smallbrook Road, Warminster, Wiltshire

Notes for Ivy Millicent FOWLER:

Addresses

1936       “Normandene”, Smallbrook Road, Warminster, Wiltshire

1982       7 Albion Court, Torpoint, Cornwall

Administration: November 16, 1982, Bristol District, Gloucestershire308

Occupation: 1936 Cook309

Children of Arthur WHEATON and Ivy FOWLER are:

i. Valerie R7 WHEATON, b. Private; m. Edward MARTYN, Private; b. Private.

ii. Brian Arthur Denning7 WHEATON, b. Private.

18. Robert Albert Edwin6 WHEATON (Albert Edward5, Edwin4, Henry WHIDDON or WOTTON or3, John2, Joseph1) was born Private. He married Hilda M MITCHELL Private. She was born Private.

Children of Robert WHEATON and Hilda MITCHELL are:

  1. Judith M7 WHEATON, b. Private; m. Gary R ENGLAND, Private; b. Private.
  2. Lorna V7 WHEATON, b. Private; m. Philip W DUFFY, Private; b. Private.

19. Douglas George Edward6 WHEATON (Albert Edward5, Edwin4, Henry WHIDDON or WOTTON or3, John2, Joseph1)310,311 was born May 11, 1938 in Dawlish, Devon (No entry)312, Baptism: August 7, 1938, Dawlish, Devon31; and died January 2005 in Teignbridge District, Devon313. He married Margaret ORD314 Bet. July – September 1965 in Exeter District, Devon314. She was born Abt. 1937315, and died April 1975 in Newton Abbot District, Devon Age 38316,317.

Child of Douglas WHEATON and Margaret ORD is:

  1. i. Geoffrey7 WHEATON, b. Private.

20. Rosemarie6 WHEATON (Albert Edward5, Edwin4, Henry WHIDDON or WOTTON or3, John2, Joseph1) was born Private. She married Thomas G STEVENSON Private. He was born Private.

Children of Rosemarie WHEATON and Thomas STEVENSON are:

i. Karen7 STEVENSON, b. Private.

ii. Jonathan7 STEVENSON, b. Private.

Generation No. 7

21. Brian Arthur Denning7 WHEATON (Arthur Clarence Barnicott6, Frank or Frank Henry5, William Henry4, John3, John2, Joseph1) was born Private. He married Pamela Joceline SANDERS Private. She was born Private.

Child of Brian WHEATON and Pamela SANDERS is:

i. Neil Denning8 WHEATON, b. Private.

22. Geoffrey7 WHEATON (Douglas George Edward6, Albert Edward5, Edwin4, Henry WHIDDON or WOTTON or3, John2, Joseph1) was born Private. He married Beverley Ann CARESWELL Private. She was born Private.

Children of Geoffrey WHEATON and Beverley CARESWELL are:

i. James John8 WHEATON, b. Private.

ii. Lewis Alan Jack8 WHEATON, b. Private.

Endnotes

  1. Michael BROWNING.
  2. Ottery St Mary Parish Registers.
  3. Approximation.
  4. Michael BROWNING.
  5. Ottery St Mary Parish Registers.
  6. 1851 Withycombe Rawleigh Census.
  7. Withycombe, Devon Parish Register.
  8. Michael BROWNING.
  9. 1851 Withycombe Rawleigh Census.
  10. Michael BROWNING 30/8/2000.
  11. Withycombe, Devon Parish Register.
  12. 1851 Withycombe Rawleigh Census.
  13. Michael BROWNING.
  14. Approximation.
  15. Marriage Certificate.
  16. Washington Vital Records, 1779-1854 on ancestry/.
  17. Michael BROWNING 23/9/2000.
  18. Withycombe, Devon Parish Register.
  19. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  20. Withycombe, Devon Parish Register.
  21. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  22. Withycombe Raleigh, Devon Parish Registers.
  23. Withycombe, Devon Parish Register.
  24. Withycombe Raleigh, Devon Parish Registers.
  25. Withycombe, Devon Parish Register.
  26. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  27. Withycombe, Devon Parish Register.
  28. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  29. Withycombe, Devon Parish Register.
  30. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  31. Withycombe, Devon Parish Register.
  32. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  33. Withycombe, Devon Parish Register.
  34. 1841 Ottery St Mary, Devon.
  35. MIchael BROWNING 7/10/2002.
  36. 1841 Ottery St Mary, Devon.
  37. Michael BROWNING.
  38. Ottery St Mary Parish Registers.
  39. 1841 Ottery St Mary, Devon.
  40. Michael BROWNING.
  41. 1841 Ottery St Mary, Devon.
  42. Michael BROWNING.
  43. Ottery St Mary Parish Registers.
  44. Rockbeare, Devon Parish Register.
  45. Michael BROWNING.
  46. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  47. Ottery St Mary Parish Registers.
  48. Michael BROWNING.
  49. Ottery St Mary Parish Registers.
  50. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  51. Michael BROWNING.
  52. Ottery St Mary Parish Registers.
  53. 1871 Plymtree Census.
  54. 1881 Broadhembury, Devon.
  55. Feniton, Devon Parish Register.
  56. 1851 Kentisbeare, Devon.
  57. 1871 Plymtree Census.
  58. 1881 Broadhembury, Devon.
  59. Michael BROWNING 30/8/2000.
  60. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  61. 1871 Plymtree Census.
  62. 1881 Broadhembury, Devon.
  63. Feniton, Devon Parish Register.
  64. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  65. 1871 Plymtree Census.
  66. 1881 Broadhembury, Devon.
  67. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  68. 1871 Plymtree Census.
  69. 1881 Broadhembury, Devon.
  70. 1871 Plymtree Census.
  71. 1881 Broadhembury, Devon.
  72. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  73. Michael BROWNING 2/11/2003.
  74. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  75. Michael BROWNING 2/11/2003.
  76. 1871 Plymtree Census.
  77. 1881 Broadhembury, Devon.
  78. 1871 Plymtree Census.
  79. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  80. 1881 Broadhembury, Devon.
  81. Feniton, Devon Parish Register.
  82. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  83. 1881 Broadhembury, Devon.
  84. Feniton, Devon Parish Register.
  85. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  86. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  87. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  88. Michael BROWNING 2/11/2003.
  89. Ancestry.com web site.
  90. Michael BROWNING.
  91. Calculated from age at date at death.
  92. Michael BROWNING’s Will Information.
  93. freeBMD web site.
  94. 1911 Malta.
  95. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  96. 1911 Military.
  97. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  98. Feniton, Devon Parish Register.
  99. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  100. 1881 Ottery St Mary, Devon.
  101. Michael BROWNING.
  102. 1881 Ottery St Mary, Devon.
  103. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  104. 1881 Census.
  105. 1881 Ottery St Mary, Devon.
  106. Michael BROWNING.
  107. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  108. 1881 Ottery St Mary, Devon.
  109. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  110. Michael BROWNING.
  111. 1881 Ottery St Mary, Devon.
  112. Lara POLLARD 28/9/2006.
  113. Will Index on microfiche at Sussex Record Office, Chichester.
  114. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  115. Will Index on microfiche at Sussex Record Office, Chichester.
  116. Michael BROWNING.
  117. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  118. Michael BROWNING.
  119. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  120. Michael BROWNING.
  121. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  122. 1881 Census.
  123. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  124. Ancestry.com web site.
  125. freeBMD web site.
  126. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  127. Calculated from age at death.
  128. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  129. Marriage Certificate.
  130. Calculated from age at date at death.
  131. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  132. 1881 Feniton, Devon.
  133. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  134. Marriage Certificate.
  135. 1871 Payhembury Census.
  136. 1881 Broadhembury, Devon.
  137. 1901 Chard, Somerset.
  138. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  139. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  140. 1871 Payhembury Census.
  141. 1881 Broadhembury, Devon.
  142. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  143. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  144. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  145. 1901 Chard, Somerset.
  146. Free BMD web site.
  147. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  148. 1901 Chard, Somerset.
  149. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  150. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  151. 1901 Chard, Somerset.
  152. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  153. freeBMD web site.
  154. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  155. Approximation.
  156. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  157. Michael BROWNING 6/3/2003.
  158. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  159. 1871 Plymtree Census.
  160. 1881 Broadhembury, Devon.
  161. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  162. 1871 Plymtree Census.
  163. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  164. 1881 Broadhembury, Devon.
  165. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  166. 1901 Chard, Somerset.
  167. Free BMD web site.
  168. MIchael BROWNING 26/10/2002.
  169. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  170. 1901 Chard, Somerset.
  171. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  172. Will Index on microfiche at Sussex Record Office, Chichester.
  173. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  174. Will Index on microfiche at Sussex Record Office, Chichester.
  175. 1901 Chard, Somerset.
  176. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  177. 1901 Chard, Somerset.
  178. 1911 Ilminster, Somerset for wife.
  179. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  180. Approximation.
  181. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  182. Parish Registers of Luppit, Devon on internet..
  183. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  184. 1901 Chard, Somerset.
  185. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  186. Approximation.
  187. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  188. 1911 Ilminster, Somerset.
  189. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  190. Approximation.
  191. 1881 Broadhembury, Devon.
  192. Mrs D BRADLEY 1/11/2000.
  193. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  194. 1881 Broadhembury, Devon.
  195. 1901 Canton, Glamorganshire.
  196. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  197. Linda GAUNT 3/1/2006.
  198. Mrs D BRADLEY 1/11/2000.
  199. Free BMD.
  200. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  201. Birth Certificate for son Ernest.
  202. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  203. Linda GAUNT 2/1/2006.
  204. Approximation.
  205. Michael BROWNING.
  206. Linda GAUNT 3/1/2006.
  207. Mrs D BRADLEY 1/11/2000 for 1901 May information.
  208. Mrs D BRADLEY 1/11/2000.
  209. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  210. Mrs D BRADLEY 1/11/2000.
  211. 1881 Ottery St Mary, Devon.
  212. Michael BROWNING.
  213. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  214. 1871 St Sidwell, Exeter, Devon.
  215. 1881 Ottery St Mary, Devon.
  216. Civil Registration Indexes from FRC, Myddleton House, Islington, London.
  217. Commonwealth War Graves Web Site for son Harold.
  218. 1901 Tormohan with Torquay, Devon.
  219. Michael BROWNING.
  220. 1901 Rormoham with Torquay, Devon.
  221. Information about death of son Harold.
  222. First World War Soldiers Records at the Public Record Office, Kew.
  223. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  224. First World War Soldiers Records at the Public Record Office, Kew.
  225. Calculated from age at death.
  226. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  227. Commonwealth War Graves Web Site for son Harold.
  228. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  229. 1901 Tormohan with Torquay, Devon.
  230. Commonwealth War Graves Web Site for son Harold.
  231. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  232. First World War Soldiers Records at the Public Record Office, Kew.
  233. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  234. Approximation.
  235. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  236. First World War Soldiers Records at the Public Record Office, Kew.
  237. Michael BROWNING 15/4/2003.
  238. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  239. Approximation.
  240. 1881 Ottery St Mary, Devon.
  241. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  242. 1881 Ottery St Mary, Devon.
  243. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  244. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  245. Microfiche of Probate records at Chichester Record Office.
  246. Free BMD.
  247. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  248. 1911 Retford, Nottinghamshire.
  249. Will of mother, Elizabeth WHEATON.
  250. Microfiche of Probate records at Chichester Record Office.
  251. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  252. Marriage Certificate for son Arthur Clarence Barnicott WHEATON.
  253. 1901 Chard, Somerset.
  254. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  255. 1901 Chard, Somerset.
  256. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  257. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  258. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  259. St Catherine’s House Death information from Michael BROWNING.
  260. 1911 St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands.
  261. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  262. Michael BROWNING 6/3/2003.
  263. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  264. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  265. Michael BROWNING 6/3/2003.
  266. 1911 St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands.
  267. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  268. Approximation.
  269. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  270. 1911 Ilminster, Somerset.
  271. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  272. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  273. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  274. Calculated from age at death.
  275. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  276. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  277. St Catherine’s House Death information from Michael BROWNING.
  278. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  279. Approximation.
  280. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  281. Approximation.
  282. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  283. St Catherine’s House Death information from Michael BROWNING.
  284. Birth Certificate.
  285. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  286. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  287. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  288. Calculted from age at death.
  289. Civil Registration Indexes at Myddleton House, Islington, London.
  290. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  291. St Catherine’s House Death information from Michael BROWNING.
  292. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  293. First World War Soldiers Records at the Public Record Office, Kew.
  294. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  295. Dawlish, Devon Parish Register for baptisms of sons.
  296. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  297. 1911 Alton, Hampshire.
  298. 1911 Doncaster, Yorshire.
  299. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  300. Calculated from age at death.
  301. 1911 St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands.
  302. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  303. Marriage Certificate.
  304. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  305. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  306. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  307. Marriage Certificate.
  308. Will information from Michael BROWNING.
  309. Marriage Certificate.
  310. Dawlish, Devon Parish Register.
  311. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  312. Dawlish, Devon Parish Register.
  313. Geoffrey WHEATON 19/7/2005.
  314. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  315. Calculated from age at death.
  316. Civil Registration Indexes at Family Record Centre, Myddleton House, London.
  317. Geoffrey WHEATON 19/7/2005.
  318. Dawlish, Devon Parish Register.

 

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