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The earliest record for Mortlocks in Essex seems to be the 1503 will of William, kiddleman of
Foulness, although there is no indication in it that he left issue [a kiddle is a stake fence, set in a
stream for catching fish].

The recoverable story really starts in Birdbrook, which, in harness with the Suffolk Mortlocks of
Haverhill, shows John and Lewis holding land in Birdbrook and Steeple Bumpstead in 1549. The
name of Lewis attaches quite pointedly to just one branch of Suffolk Mortlocks so this Lewis
must surely be related, or even ancestral to the Lewis in Clare who married there in 1588. The
Birdbrook story continues consistently to the mid-seventeenth century at which point the line
appears to die out; there are no Mortlock entries in the 1662 Hearth Tax.

The oldest known Mortlock property lies in Haverhill, the ‘Anne of Cleves’1 house. This was
built by John Mortlock in 1620, replacing ‘Wagg’s Farmhouse’ which at one time was known as
the Manor House although there are no indications of any Mortlock manor lordship. John’s son
Thomas made some improvements in 1656, marked by his initials on a fireplace, and there was
some further improvement marked by his and his wife’s Anne’s initials on a fireplace - which can
still be seen - the following year. After Thomas’ death Anne remarried well and gave the house to
the church for a vicarage. It is now a physiotherapy centre.

Samuel of Paglesham, Essex, who died in 1793, had land in Haverhill; and a Mortlock Coldham
seems to have had an interest in Haverhill in the early eighteenth century. A Henham inheritance
has been documented under Haverhill but this went to the distaff side on the death of a Mortlock
widow. There are records in nearby parishes in the next century which bring us hiccuping along to
Ridgewell where our most notorious Essex Mortlock, the transportee burglar Thomas John,
received his come-uppance in 1832. Ironically he was one of the most biologically successful
Mortlocks and left a large progeny in New South Wales.

The Haverhill, and, it will be seen, Poslingford records are thus necessary to an understanding of
the north-western branches of the Essex Mortlocks, and are therefore included at the start of this
Essex table.

The Essex Mortlocks mostly owe their origin to a very few progenitors, living in the county at the
beginning of the nineteenth century, as will be seen below.

For several the metropolis beckoned, particularly the docklands of the East End which offered the
those whose country skills were now obsolete (for a farmhand is highly skilled and
knowledgeable) an alternative to vanished agricultural work.




1
  The Flemish Mare, as far as is known, never came anywhere near Haverhill. Wagg’s Farm’s land was originally
Church land, sequestrated by Henry VIII who gave its rents to Anne of Cleves as part of her divorce settlelent. The
modern naming of the house dates to an enterprising estate agent in 1975.
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Hempstead, Finchingfield and the Bardfields

There was a “Mortlock’s Farm” at Radwinter near Hempstead. Thomas and his wife Margaret
had land in Little Bardfield 1585; the Thomas who died in 1653 in Haverhill also had land in
Little & Great Bardfield, and he or a forebear was clearly living in Little Bardfield in 1615. In
1672 Thomas Mortlock’s house in Finchingfield was a meeting place for non-conformists, which
probably explains the sparseness of early records for this family.

All the “modern” Hempstead Mortlocks appear to be descendants of the Arbour who died in
1811. Most were landless but Luke, 1803-89, got himself, by endeavour or marriage, a farm. His
heir, Charles Luke, who farmed Charity Farm there for 57 years, celebrated his golden wedding in
1927. He was a staunch Conservative and served on the Board of Guardians and then on the Rural
District Council, and was in demand as a judge of ploughing matches. On his mother’s side he
claimed descent from the notorious, cruel, psychopathic highwayman Dick Turpin. Three of the
couple’s sons emigrated to South Africa, Thomas and Phillip both overstating their ages. Charles
Luke himself lived to be nearly a hundred years old.

Disaster hit in 1878. Mr Mortlock of Parish Farm, Braintree, shot a pigeon that was lurking on the
roof of one of the farm buildings. A piece of wadding fired the thatch. The Great Bardfield fire
brigade managed to save the farmhouse, but the outbuildings and a quantity of grain and livestock
were destroyed [Times, 30.4.78].

The Christian name Luke seems to be exclusive to this family, which idea I have rather leant on
in order to recover missing members from Kent and elsewhere.

With regard to Thomas William born 1855 in Tillingham, he seems to have absconded in early
1901, although the family had a cover story that he was leaning out of a window hanging bunting
for Queen Victoria’s funeral when his bowler hat fell off and he fell for his death trying to grab it.
Further he was said to have been buried in the very last grave that he dug in Nunhead cemetery,
but there is no trace of this in the cemetery records.

Colchester

In the 1553 Diocesan Visitation of Chichester a Robert Mortlock was recorded as ‘Prebendary of
Hova Villa’, that is to say he was that canon of Chichester whose stipend was secured on
revenues from the parish of Bolney in Sussex. In 1557 Queen Mary appointed a Robert Mortlock
to a life wardenship of St Mary Magdelene hospital in Colchester Infirmary. For this role that
Robert must have been literate so he was probably a priest, presumably conformant to the restored
Papist regime. Was he the Robert who, parson of Martyr Worthy in Hampshire, left a will in 1561
which mentioned the church at Foxearth which lies on the Essex side of the Stour quite near
Clare? He could well have been turned out after a year in the Colchester job, life tenure or no,
when the Protestants got back in in 1558. However, he seems to have successfully blown with the
wind (like the fictitious Vicar of Bray a century later) to get into another living. Apparently
unmarried, he names a brother John and a brother (in law?) Samuel Pannell and other relations
with surnames Lakes and Fowler whom I have been unable to place.

The Colchester area next figures in Tudor times with a family at Aldham. There are then
discontinuities until a more conventional genealogy presents itself at the end of the eighteenth
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century. Some members moved to Kent. Some skilled men are seen - bricklayers, bookbinder, a
carpenter, a cabinet maker. So there must have been some money for apprenticeships. The 1861
census and others show several families of cousins growing up together in close propinquity.
Some seem to have done well enough for themselves as tradesmen; but two ended up in the
workhouse, one an old lady, the other barely 21.

Weeley & St Osyth

Lewis of Weeley, born in 1770 and probably son of a Lewis who died there in 1801, is interesting
because of the name he bears, although he is only a labourer. His son Robert became a sadler and
moved to Cambridge. Another Lewis, born in 1792, died near St Osyth over eighty years later.
Further use of this Christian name so peculiar to Mortlocks can be seen in the St Osyth area later.

Peldon & Wivenhoe

Peldon presents a more consistent picture with six generations stemming probably from a Richard
who married in Kelvedon in 1726. Most of the junior branches finished up as labourers;
primogeniture rules. Some descendants ended up in Bromley by Bow alongside some of their
Colchester “cousins”. A multiple birth gene seems to have come in, possibly from Deborah of
Fingringhoe. Maybe she also brought some money or land; her father-in-law had two settlement
examinations against his name so is unlikely to be the source of her sons’ inheritances - not that
they all escaped from the lab-trap. In Peldon itself the Mortlocks must have formed a close-knit
group - in 1861 John, Isaac and Elijah, with their families, were all living next door to each other.

The senior branches prospered with William farming at Wivenhoe and Charles becoming a miller
there. Essex Windmills, Millers and Millwrights by KG Faries, published by Charles Skilton in
1988, has Charles taking over milling there in 1874, “after which milling continued under the
direction of the Mortlocks until the Second World War, the last of the millers of that name dying
about 1950”. The mill with its tiles and plastered roundhouse was arguably erected about 1816.
Wind milling there stopped in the early 1880s, following a disastrous fire (endemic to windmills)
in November 1882. The fire was discovered by Charles’ brother who lived nearby and fortunately
the wind blew the flames away from the living quarters. In any case the mill had for some time
been running on only two sails, the other two having been blown off the year before, and this
imbalanced running may have caused the bearings to over-heat. Milling therefore concentrated on
the steam mill alongside which had been there some while. The site was levelled and redeveloped
in 1972.

Percy William, the village paper boy, got off his bike to enlist in 1914, and was killed at Neuve
Chapelle, aged only sixteen.




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Chelmsford & Maldon

The juror recorded in the sixteenth century was probably a Haverhill Mortlock. The main family
here seems to start with a John living in the area at the start of the nineteenth century. Some of
these Mortlocks finished up in London. Confusingly, a journeyman miller who traces back via
Great Cornard in Suffolk to Glemsford in that county married here and started a family in
Chelmsford in the 1840s. His brother Thomas moved to Braintree, Bures and Little Waltham.
This may relate to a Shimpling Mortlock (related to the Glemsford line) being settled in Maldon,
with a Shimpling bride, in 1783.

Robert Richard went to sea and became Mate of the sailing barge Albion. From there he worked
up to be Captain of the barque Maidstone. Anchored off the mouth of the Colne 2.10.1875 he and
three others took the ship’s boat in for provisions. It overturned on the return trip and all were
drowned. Robert’s body was eventually recovered from the beach at Brightlingsea and returned to
St Osyth for burial [Leeds Mercury 9.10.75].

Ongar & Epping etc

Joseph, yeoman of Epping, left a will in 1663, but does not appear to have founded a line in the
area; he had land in Wethersfield where he probably “belongs”.

John, who married in High Ongar in 1780, may have had more children than the chart shows, but
his Thomas certainly left a considerable posterity in the area. A miller, he appears to have moved
about which suggests that he never had his own mill; however by 1866 he was posthumously
described as “farmer”. Some of his descendants moved into London as that century wore on.
Many of them were skilled craftsmen or business people; perhaps this made it easier for them to
migrate. Three of his daughters married in Shoreditch.

The region about Thurrock is interesting as there are several Mortlock marriages recorded in the
area in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, although there seems to be nothing to show in
terms of obvious descendants in the nineteenth.

Rochford and Romford RDs
(Barking, Cranham, Hadleigh, Leigh on Sea, Southend etc.)

Note a Mortlock girl born in Wandsworth who died in this area. Spare a thought, also, for the two
pensioners in their little terraced cottage in Upminster, murdered by the Germans in 1940.
William Robert was quite possibly the youngest of eight siblings of which at least three had died
as toddlers. I expect the German pilot got an iron cross for his gallantry.

Walthamstow and West Ham

This area included a family from Mildenhall, listed separately in the Suffolk part of this analysis,
and a family in what was then close to a thriving docklands, who lived in Plaistow in West Ham
but ended up by the shore of Lake Windermere. This family having left, there were NO
Mortlocks listed in the area in 1861.


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Many of the West Ham records cannot easily be related further back geographically; the number
of places from which Mortlocks migrated to West Ham is larger than for any other destination,
and includes locations elsewhere in East Anglia; however one family came into Stratford(E) from
Shoreditch. Within the borough of West Ham there were separately identifiable Mortlock families
in Stratford and in Canning Town, East Ham, North Woolwich, and Plaistow. As late as 1895 the
last four of these were still shown on the map as separate villages.

The possible origin of the street name Mortlock Court in this area is ‘Mortlock’s Modern Dairies’
of 65a Whitton Rd, Manor Park, London E12 (directors in 1955 included a JA Mortlock) spent
much of the late 1950s fruitlessly trying to obtain official sanction from the Ministry of
Agriculture, Fisheries and Food for their alcoholic flavoured milk, the 17.5° proof 'Noggo
original creme punch' [PRO,MAF/101/95]. In 1944 a James of Manor Park left £54,800; his age
at death was 68 and the only James I have found who fits this was one born in Stratford East
1Q1876. He seems to have married somewhere in the West Ham registration district in 2Q1899.

However at first glance he seems an unlikely candidate; he is shown as a railway boiler maker in
the 1901 census. You can find him in the 1881 census under 'MORDLUCK' (yet another
transcription error to plague the researcher). His mother Sophia Emma had married, secondly, a
John NESS, a stonecutter from Scotland and had settled at 1, Solway Road, West Ham; but her
first (Mortlock) husband was from Norfolk. Little model vans labelled for Mortlock’s Dairies
often appear for sale on the internet.
You will by now have reached for your London A-Z and have worked out that the 'Mortlock
Court' shown in E12 is probably named for this entrepreneur. In 1912 a James Mortlock had been
running a dairy at 515, Katherine Road, Forest Hill. By 1929 the enterprise was called the
Mortlock Sterilized Milk Suply Co. Ltd [see ref. in the Unigate plc papers at the Museum of
English Rural Life, TR UGT/193]. One can imagine that the post-war epithet 'modern' comes
from removal of the dairy from one premises to another, newer one. This may be connected with
the reuse of whatever agricultural land had supported the original cows. If you paraded a cow
through the area now you would probably arouse some curiosity as to what this strange beast was;
milk comes from supermarkets, innit? Mortlock Court must be the only reminder of this vanished
agricultural enterprise, unless cows range Wanstead Flats or are used to keep the grass down in
the vast spread of cemeteries that are now the immediately adjacent green lung in this area.

Souvenirs of this enterprise - Dinky-toy style model 1965 Bedford Vans with 'Mortlocks Dairies'
painted on the side - were being offered on the internet for upwards of £50 in 2004.

You may be wondering, by now, about the Mortlock Close that appears immediately above the
Mortlock Court entry in the A-Z index. But this is south of the Thames in Peckham (in SE 15)
and I have yet to discover how it earned its name; there was a Mortlock Gardens in Peckham in
1879.

My apologies for a number of genealogical loose ends in Essex. As to the males at least, I believe
many of these are incomers whom I have failed to identify in their parent counties. Mea culpa.




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Abbreviations used throughout this Essex section:
-------------------------------------------------
%     Chelmsford will
#     other will/admon
’     mentioned in will or probate record
*     plaque/slab/gravestone/monumental inscription
+     buried (date of death if available)
=     married
1,2,3,4Q first etc (March, June, September, December) quarter of the year
+(-)~.pp go forward (back) so many pages
-s.-d sons and daughters
botp both of this parish
ch.   Children
ES    Essex Standard
kia   killed in action
RD    Registration District
unm   unmarried




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Haverhill(HV)(Suffolk)(includes refs to several other Suffolk parishes)
---------
Tree from IGI and PCC, Sudbury and Chelmsford will indexes, plus will details
supplied by Simon Mynott and parish register data from Bill Sale. Much of the
data for Haverhill is in Essex CRO.

                          John MORTLOCK ========= Alice’
               of Haverhill +1557HV$             |
   1524 Lay subsidies(Wixoe(Sfk))                | {John leads the list “in land”
                                                 | {but no money figure is given
                         -----------------------------------------
           5.11.58     ?                                   |                  |
   John ======= Jane                                       |             Lewes’+12.4.1601
PAXHALE Clare                                              |             Sfk muster roll
                                                           |             1539 for Wixoe;@
      ====(1)Clement BUCK(2)=== ’                          |             land BB, SpB 1549
       | Pynchepooles Manor | +>1577                       |             witn. BB 1567
       |         Manuden@            |                     |
       |       +1.4.1577%            |                Richard’ ==== Joan’
       |                             |                +1560HV$    | (2)=1561BStE
     -------------                ------      of “Phillips”       |          Thomas SPENCER
   |       |         |          |        |                        |
   | Clement’ John’                                               |
   |                        ----------------------------------------------------
   |         4.1576       |          |        |                |         |           |         |
Margaret’ ======= John’            Robert’ Henry’          William’ George’ Thomas’ Anne’
             Manuden +1597# +>1572 +20.11.71$ +>1597                 +1560-72 +1572$ +>1572
                 |     yeoman ?= dau                           |                   ?=1570
                 |     of              of Wm         ----------------                Margaret
                 |     “Phillips” KING             |                   |             BROWN
                 |                     +1572%    Ann                Henry            ?+<1572
                 |                     (but      15.11.1588         14.3.91
                 |                     see BB) ?=1614
                 |                                   William SHARP
                 |
                 |----------------------------------------------------------
                 |            |             |            |                 |                 |
Mary ====== John’           Samuel’ Annabel’           Mary’         Thomasin’           William’
         |     <1573        <1573       <1577          <1577-<1597 <1577-?<1597 ?=Marie
         |     yeo.of HV                =30.6.06                                           |
         |                               Thomas MAYES                                    Martha
         |                                                                      14.1.1614Wixoe
         |
         |-------------------------------------------------------------
         |                |                                  |                           |
      Mary           Thomasin’                             John                        Samuel’
      2.8.1590       19.4.1593                             +1653                       +<1653
      =<1653         =30.4.1617Withersfield,               #PROB11/225 f34               |
       STANES        |Thomas FLAMEN or                     land in H.Bumpstead         Thomas
                     |            FLANNER                  & Haverhill                 >1632
                 -----------
               |                |
               s            Thomas’

@Lewis MORTLOCK & Clement BUCK had farms in Haverhill, Kedington, Sturmer &
Wratting in 1587(Essex Feet of Fines)

1625: Simon WOODS indicted for failing to execute a warrant against Robert &
William MORTLOCK [ECRO, Q/SR/265/14]




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Haverhill(HV)(2)
---------
Essex Feet of Fines:
1549: John & Lewis land in Birdbrook & Steeple Bumpstead (both Essex)
1586: John & Wm 3 farms in Haverhill, Kedington, Sturmer & Wratting
1590: John & wife Dorothy [CHESSELL] & Wm John’s son & heir land in
      Birdbrook
1591: Wm MORTLOCK & JOHN COOLE property in Haverhill
1593: John & Wm & Wm’s wife Jane, farms in Kedington & Sturmer
1593: John & wife Dorothy 3 farms in Birdbrook

This indicates a close connection between these MORTLOCKs and those of
Birdbrook, q.v.


                              Thomas =======
        +22.3.1623HV#PROB11/141 f59      |
                 yeoman;?juror 1584      |
                                         |
        -------------------------------------------------------------
      |                    |      |    |            |          |           |
   Samuel’            Margaret’¬ | Sarah’        Susan’     Robert     Thomas’
   +17.4.1644Henham               | 17.3.1588    29.8.91 30.5.75- +1634HV#
   yeo;%D/ABW58 f192           John =18.7.1614              ?<1623     ch.warden
   =Barbara’^            6.1.1574-    Henry DODDING’                   1629-30
   |+>1646                   ?<1623                                      =?Mary+>1634
   |                                                                     |
   |                                                          ------------------
   |                                                        |                      ?
   |                                                      Susan                  Sarah
   |                                                +25.2.30HV         2.1-20.3.42HV
   |
   |---------------------------------------------------------------------
   |                |             |        |      |     |           |            |
Samuel’         Thomas’        Robert’ Edward’    | Susanna’ Margaret’        Mary’
+1651Henham     yeoman of HV                      |                           =
%D/ACW15 f15    High Constable of                 |              =11.1636       STARES
=Susannah       Hinckford Hundred Esx           John’@           |Tilbury-
 WOOD           1652-61                         +7.8.1651#       |juxta-Clare(Essex)
 +1692%         land at Peldon 14.6.1639          |              |Thomas
 %D/ACR11 f16     |                               V              |MORTLOCK
 =>all to her Samuel 9.12.1636                  next             |+5?.1653
   WOOD nieces “by Anne WATSON”                 page             |bro.of Henry’
   and nephews                                                   |#PROB11/225 f34
                                                                 |land in Haverhill
                                                                 |& Gt & Lit.Bardfld
                                                            & in 1636 ‘of Sturmer’
@John was “charged with horse” to be a member of                 |
Bendish’s troop of light horse, 1628;                         Mary <1637
(may refer to the Bendysh estate near Radwinter)
assessed to pay 3s.6d Ship Money 1640

Mary = 1635 Wratting (just NNE of Haverhill), John ROWNING
Elizabeth = 12.1636 Tilbury-juxta-Clare, Timothy WOODS

^1646: Barbara defendant in Chancery suit
1650: Thomas jnr of HV ref. along with Susan of Henham
¬1656: Henry at law in Chancery vs. Mary & Margaret




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Haverhill(HV)(etc)(3)& see also Swavesey (Cambs) Mortlocks
------------------

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                     V
                     |    Radcliffe TODD ===== Anne
                   John of Stamere Hall        |
             +7.8.1651#                        |
                     |          3.1.1658       |    24.10.1681
              Thomas MORTLOCK ========(1)Anne(2)==========(2)George(1)=====
                 of Haverhill BStE StM       ‘of    Haverhill      GENT      |
                                    |     Cowlinge’     |           of       |
                                    |                   |        S.B’stead   |
                              ------------------      2s.2d                 s.p.
             1.11.1711      |              |     |
   Elizabeth ========== Thomas           Sarah   |
     UPCHER/ Borehm Esx 10.6.1664     30.7.68 Anne“d&h” ======= George COLDHAM
     UPSHIRE    lic.    <- Fairstead Esx -> of Thos M          |
                                                     of HV     |
                                                           Mortlock COLDHAM

In 1714 Mortlock COLDHAM, alias PONTISBRIGHT, of Chapel, Essex, son of George
COLDHAM, was at law re manors in Beauchamp Walter, Foxearth and Pentlow.
In 1747 he was in a Chancery suit re the rectorial tithes of Haverhill, which
war had started in 1736[Essex CRO,D/DQ 84/25].
In 1765 He was indicted for perjury in this last case, it being alleged that
when he had said he had never seen the tithe map, he had a copy all along
[Norfolk CRO,WLS/LV/39/428x5].
His will, drafted 15.2.1778, describes him as ‘of Boulogne but late of
Sturmer’.

Samuel ca.1590Kedington (IGI)

                                    Margaret(?see Haverhill?)
                                        |
                          -------------------------
                        |                           |
                      Mary 30.1.1667Kedington Samuel 3.3.69Kedington

Mary +17.1.1672Haverhill

     Thomas MORTLOCK of Haverhill = ?
     deed(?will)3.12.1716         |
                                Mary ‘my dau & heir’ = Robert WOOLEY
                                +<1702#                 | [had land in Haverhill
                                                        | & Helions Bumpstead]
                                        ---------------| [see ECRO D/DZf/24]
                                      |         |       |
                                    John     Thomas Robert =(1)Anne(2)= CAREY
                                                             |
                                                       ------|
                                                     |       |
                              Francis EVERSDEN = Mary      Robert
                       of Foulmere, fellmonger     >1695 >1692

Hannah +29.2.1738Haverhill         Sarah +17.8.1766Haverhill




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Birdbrook (BB) and district
---------------------------
see Essex Feet of Fines, and Middlesex Archdeaconry wills
John and Lewis had land in Birdbrook & Steeple Bumpstead in 1549
Lewis witn. Birdbrook 1557 & mentioned 1584 (see Haverhill, Sfk)

25.9.1557: Robert granted life wardenship of St Mary Magdelene hospital,
Colchester [Patent Rolls, Philip & Mary] .. is he:
Robert, Prebendary of Hova Villa, Chichester in 1553?
Robert, parson of Martyr Worthy, Hants, who died in 1560?
This Robert’s will [PRO,PROB11/44 f7], mentions Foxearth Essex,
brother John, and brother (?in-law) Samuel PANNELL (see below).


                                                                    William KING of BB
    ---------------------------------------------------------            +1572%,yeoman
  ?               ?           ?      ?        ?                     ?            |
Rose          Lewis~          |      |        |                   Robert’====== ?
(1)=          11.1557BB’,     |    Sarah      |?witn. S.Hedingham 1580
      PANNELL 84’,86,87       |    fl.1593’ |
                              |               |    30.6.1565
                              |             John~ ========= Dorothy CHESSWELL¬^
(2)=                          |    fl.1572’,83’, Birdbrook of Lt Bardfield
    | WADE                    |     86,90,93,97’        |     (London marr.lic.)
    |                         |     < but see also Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk >
    |                         |                         |
    |-William                 |            Jane === William^ b.1565-69
    | of Ridgewell            | ?+24.5.1615HV         fl.1586,91,93
    | +1572%                  |                       28 acres in BB 1590
    |                         | This family had farms in Birdbrook, Kedington
    |                         | Sturmer,Haverhill & Wratting var. 1586-93
    |-Robert’                 |
    |                      Thomas =======(2)Margaret’@(1)========
    |-John’         fl.1571’,72’,      |                        |
    |          82’,84’,+1600BB%        |------------            |
    |-Thomas’                          |              |         |
    |            PARFLYNG? ====== Joan’            John’        ? ========= DYNES?
    |-Agnes/Ann’              |                    <1579-              |
    |                      Bryget’                 ?1651#           Margaret’
Margaret’                  ?=1636                  SaffronWalden
                             (place unknown)       ?=1621St Benet Fink
                             Robert                 |Mary TAYLOR (London marr.lic.)
                             LEECH                  |
                                                    |      1665BB
                                                Elizabeth ====== John LAWSELL
                                                   1644BB

“my red flecked cow now in the hands of Thomas M of BB” - Margaret GRIDLEY of
Ridgewell 1571
~ property in Sturmer, Kedington, Haverhill and Wratting 1586 & 1587
@ property in Lt Bardfield & Lindsell 1596
^temp. James I: William & Dorothy sued in Chancery by -- GENT
¬20.11.1616 Robert MORTLOCK and others and Dorothy MORTLOCK ‘widow’ bound over

NB: William TAYLOR of Ridgewell, tailor, had land in Glemsford, will dr.
8.5.1593, witness Thomas PANNELL, William WADE, executor Robert PANNELL.
Codicil 8.2.1593/4, witness Sarah MORTLOCK.




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Other early NW Essex
---------------------
Frances = 1565 Castle Hedingham, Thomas GARLING
14.9.1600 Thomas CORAY of Sturmer stole four ewes off John MORTLOCK
Samuel   = 10.1610 Helions Bumpstead, Catherine MORE ?? a Haverhill MORTLOCK??
Ann      = 2.11.1637 Gt Yeldham, Samuel BATEMAN
Frances = 22.4.1672 Wendens Ambo, Roger PEACHEY
Sarah    = 1Q1672 Wickham St Paul [3’ ENE of C.Hedingham], Abraham HURRELL
Margaret = 27.10.1683 Ashen, William WHITE
1689 John MORTLOCK of Birdbrook was a juror
Katherine “married woman” +1702 Shudy Camps
Alice    = 26.11.1789 Birdbrook, John WIBOROW botp
see also Castle Camps, Cambs

Wethersfield
------------
                                John ===== Avis
  +27.8.1659W’field #PROB11/212 f76     |   +11.1.1661W’field %D/AMW6 f25
                                        |
     -----------------------------------------------------------
   |          |        |      |               |          |       |
Joseph’    Samuel’ Thomas’ Anne’          Hester’      Marie’ Susan’=Joseph’
+1663         |     <1620   =Thomas       =WALLNUTTER <1620     <1620|of Feeting
Epping        d’            |EDWARDS’of   |                          |Bury[?]
%D/AMW6 f143                |Toppesfield Samuel’                     |
land in Wethersfield        |                                       2ch.
apparently unm.           Thomas’

26.10.1654->1657 Mary MORTLOCK, widow, to receive 1/6 p.w. to keep the child
of Joseph MORTLOCK & Joseph to reimburse (Essex Quarter Sessions)

Susanna   = 16.4.1702 Wethersfield, William HOCKLEY

Hannah    = 11.6.1642 Finchingfield, Joseph HALL
Sarah of Belchamp = 1657 Halstead, Edward BUTCHER of Gessingthorpe
‘widow MORTLAKE’ = 1659 Gt.Dunmow, William MORE
Mary      = 1662 Panfield(2’ NW of Braintree), Thomas FITCH
Mary      = 12.8.1687 Gosfield, John BORER


Saffron Walden(SW)
--------------
Joan =18.1.1596SW, Robert WILSMER
                                             John PARKER
                                  7.1.1646SW     |
                             John ========== Catherine
                                             +25.11.50SW

                                               8.5.1710
                           John =====(1)Mary(2)========= John FISHER
           +2.1.1710#Benington    |            Benington
                                  |                Herts
                 -------------------------------
               |                  |              |
            Sarah              Maria          Maria
            9.11.1703          26.2-27.2.06   2.2.10
            S.Walden           Benington      Benington
                                              ?=6.5.1733Sacomb (“Mary”)
                                                 Joseph MOULDEN
1841 census: -- MORTLOCK age 20 in High St SW




Essex Mortlocks                        51                         RJHG Sep 2010
Steeple Bumpstead(SpB)(see also Haverhill, & Hempstead(6);
-----------------      & Poslingford, Hundon, & Glemsford(5), Suffolk

Ruth = 4.10.1750SpB, Thomas WARD
Sarah = 19.1.1767SpB, William COCK botp
John = 14.11.1786SpB, Mary BENTLEY ?1740-30.7.1817SpB

---- MORTLOCK b.1747 “inmate” in SpB 1831

                   16.3.1790SpB               20.10.95SpB
      Susanna WEBB ============(1)William(2)=========== Mary WILLOWS }all otp
     +30.6.1790SpB                  1754-                 1760-29.4.1818SpB
                                10.11.1825SpB             “her throat gradually
                                                          closed”
John 1760-13.2.1828SpB } but see Hundon
Mary 1779-13.2.1838SPB }

                                 ~Thomas ======= Mary~
                       1764-20.1.1838SpB     |     1766Hempstead-3.1.1854SpB
                                             |     pauper/laundress 1851
                                             |
                                    ----------- - - - - - - -       ~ in SpB 1831
                       6.11.17    |            ?               ?
       Joseph CLARK(E) ======= Hannah        Lydia           Lydia~
               1801SpB Sp|B    5.6.1796SpB 11.1.1801SpB 4.1.07SpB
             carpenter    |    laundress     ?d.inf          =13.8.31SpB
                          |                                  |John KEMP?+1835/41
                          |                                  |
                          |                           ----------------
            Mary Ann =?William                      |        |         |
1824Co.CarlowIreland   1817SpB                   Mary     William   James
                       carpenter                 1832     1833      1835

Susan = 26.6.1827SpB, William HUMPHREY

William b.1862Steeple Bumpstead, porter in St Pancras, London 1881




Essex Mortlocks                          52                        RJHG Sep 2010
Ridgewell(2)(Rdg)                                                [RD Halstead]
---------                                                         -----------
(Rdg)see also Castle Camps(Cambs); Glemsford, Withersfield & Haverhill(Sfk)
Sarah [?Susan] was a witness in Ridgewell 1593

                                     6.10.1737
        (but see Glemsford) Albert ========= Elizabeth STEBBING
            11.3.09HU-?15.12.44Rdg Ridgewell +25.8.75Rdg
                                       Essex
                                         |
                      ----------------------------------
                    |              |                     |   6.11.60
                Susannah        Albert                 John ========= Sarah
               ?25.3.38- 10.4.42Rdg- 4.8.42Rdg(?b.1736)-      Sible   WRIGHT
               8.5.83Rdg ?15.12.44Rdg          20.1.1825Rdg Hedingham 1736-
                                       witn. Sturmer 1Q1797     |     15.6.28Rdg
                                                                |
                                                              Susan +7.8.94Rdg

Mary = 5.7.1796 Ridgewell, Charles MARTIN of Stambourne

Sarah ‘MORDILLICK’ = 7.11.1805 Ridgewell, Benjamin RICHARDSON,witn.Wm MORTLOCK

William 1801-13.12.1827Rdg

Mary = 3.3.1833Toppesfield, Joseph KING

    Elizabeth =======(?1)William^(?2)======= Susan~
                  |          1781-         |    1785/90Essex
               Mary Ann 21.2.1831          |    lab.1841       ~ in Ridgewell 1841
         24.12.1809Rdg Ridgewell           |                   ¬ in Latchingdon 1861
                                           |
  -------------------------------------------------------------------
?     |                  |      |        |                                 |
| Thomas            William Richard~     |~    ?2Q39                     Sarah
| 1815Rdg-          7.2.13 1815/20Esx John¬ ======== Sarah~              ?1829^
| 28.1.1879         Rdg      lab.       1814 Halstead 1814Toppesfld- Ridgewell
|     |                                          |       3Q57Billericay (bp.6.2.42
|     V                                          |                       Toppesfield)
| next       ------------------------------------------                  =26.12.51
| page     |               |       |         |         |                  (Toppesfld)
|       Sarah~       Mary Ann Sarah< twins >Susan Emily¬               [RD Halstead]
|       1840Essex     2Q41Rdg 1Q47    21.3.47Rdg- 3Q49Mayland             Charles
|       ?d.inf           crepe         30.3.47Rdg (bp.5.6.50)             HARDY
|                       weaver                       |     =4Q66Maldon    s.o.Joseph
Arthur`        Halstead 1861                         |     |David MARVEN
1817                     3Q62=                       |     |
                                                     | 1s.3d in Althorne &
                                                     |         Latchingdon
                                                 Mary Ann
                                                 bp.15.7.66Althorne[RD Maldon]
                                                 svt,Mistley1881
                                                 ?=1Q86Chelmsford

` 7 yrs transportation at Essex Quarter Sessions 23.2.1836, for stealing geese
  at Ridgewell (two previous convictions for felony) arr. Tasmania in Lady
  Nugent 12.7.36 via Fortitude hulk at Chatham; there 1836,1841
  [Essex Standard,23.2.36 & 25.3.36]

^ Sarah’s baptismal record says she is ‘age 12’ and the ‘daughter of William
  and Susan’ - this clashes with an account that William died when Thomas
  was nine.

Susan = 2Q48Halstead RD, Aaron ARGENT/Thomas WYNCH


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Ridgewell and New South Wales                               ` see Australian Biographical
-----------------------------
                                                                 Samuel Enoch = Eliza
B’a=Billilingra}                 previous page                  HERBERT +1888 | BROWN
                                       V                        bricklayer of Stotfold,Beds
                                       |        28.9.52                         |
                                    Thomas~ ============== K/Catherine (Kitty) Cerokess
  1815Ridgewell-28.1.79Murrumbucka Bells Paddocks 6.12.1835Simpson,Bucks-
           farmer of Murrumbucka NSW           Araluen NSW 26.4.1906Bredbo NSW
                                                   |
        -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      |            |     |             |        |        |           |      |                  |
John Thomas | Eliza                    |        | Katherine          |   Susan                 |
18.12.53-          | 12.6.59Nthsdl |            | 18.8.67-1953 |         27.5.72Murrmbcca- |
5.11.06            | 17.12.27          |        | =1884              |   14.4.55Narrandera |
      |            | Balgowlah William`         |    Jn PEGRAM       |   =1892Narrandera       |
      V    Arthur =13.11.79 17.8.61B- Daniel                     Richard John            George
   next 7.9.56- Samuel             19.4.35W 15.1.65Colntn- 24.2.70 Christian           4.12.74
   page 8.1.38 PARKER               fettler 28.4.1911B               |    /Xtopher           |
                |                 29.12.85= =1892Cooma               V    TURNER             V
                V        Mary BOWERMAN`| |Amelia¬                 +3.pp                   +4.pp
             +2.pp               1865-1947| |BOWERMAN
                                           | |
                                           | |-------------------------------------
                                           | |                |               |            |
W=Woronora cemetery}                       | Walter¬         Myra         Granville¬     Evelyne
                  C=Cooma}                 | 1892C-1931      1897C        1900C            1903C
          Q=Queyanbean}                    | =1916           =1913        =1919Bathurst 1940=
                                           | Murrumburrah Cootamndra Vera                Bthrst
                                           | Florence M       Henry         Beatrice H T ELMS
                                           | HENDRY           COLLYER       CONROY
                                           |
     -------------------------------------------------------------------
   |          |                |         |         |          |           |            |
Daniel` Amelia`             Mabel` William` Stella` Albert`             Alice`      Frederick`
1.10.86 Maude               Esther Henry        Mary       John         Evelyn      Walter
Cooma      20.9.89Bbo- 8.9.90 8.9.95- 16.6.98 22.8.01Q- 21.11.03Q- 24.1.07
+ W.A. 27.4.60Rckdl=3.13C 13.4.60 =7.3.19C 2.7.35W                      5.10.98     Lockhart-
=4.1.19 =8.9.09             |Percy =18.5.21 |Fdk Jn =1925               =10.3.26    17.2.61Syd
  Bthrst |WaggaWagga |CONDON |Colintn |HUGGETT |Woollahra|Hurstvlle =1938Hustvl
  Vera B |Chas L L` |                 |Jessie |            |Linda EL |Arthur R |Ida Isobel
  CONROY |PAICE            6ch.       |POVEY 5ch.          |ROBERSON |PEARSE        |RUDD
           |1886-1912                 |1894-1955           |           2ch.         |
     -----|            -------------                     -------------------- Patricia
   |       |         |       |         |               |           |        |     |
Veita 1s.4d Lloyd Raymond Nereda                      Kevin      Walter Harry Audrey
Irene           William Albert        Mary            28.1.27
1912                      8.10.24- =1954W.Wagga =1950Hurstville
=                          17.6.95     Kevin Daniel Gloria May WILLIAMS
  Max KRETCHMER1910                    FLANAGAN
  (see below)
~ 1.12.1832 sentenced at Ridgewell to transportation for housebreaking
   arr 2.5.33 Captain Cook [Essex Standard Dec.1832]

¬ Walter, Granville, Vera Beatrice, Amelia & Monica all bur. Bathurst Cemetery




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                         previous page
                                 |            22.5.1873
                           John Thomas` =========== Mary PEGRAM`
                 18.12.53Majors Creek- Billilingra 1854-3.5.38B
                    5.11.06Billilingra             |
  farmer & carrier of Billingra NSW                |                                   Y=Yass
                                                   | all births Cooma district B=Bredbo
     --------------------------------------------------------------------------
   |      |         |    |         |       |       |      |        |     |        |    |        |
   | William`       | Eliza        | Katherine | Richard` | Alice`                | Harry       |
   | 17.8.76C- | Mary              | 16.1.85C- | Daniel            | 20.1.94B‘a-| 12.10.98- |
   |      |         | 21.1.80B‘a- 14.9.08Y | 5.2.90C- | 1964WileyPk| 13.5.71                    |
   |      V         | 18.4.62Y | =26.8.03 | 19.3.63B | Billingra |                       |      |
   |    +2.pp       | guest ho. | |Cooma           | farmer        | =12.4.20C |         V      |
   |                | prop.Yass | |Robert          | =4.1.17C | |Harold           | +2.pp       |
   |                | =6.03Cooma| |RAYNOR          | |Louisa` | |Frederick |                    |
   |             ` | |John         | |of Yass | |COLLINS | |CARPENTER |                     Clara
   |                | |SLATERY | |NSW              | |1882-        | |            | 14.11.01C-
   |           `    | |            | |             | |22.11.65B| |-Amy 1922 | 15.9.96Syd
   |                | |-----       | 2s.1d         | |             | | =HARRIS |           1922C=
   |                | |       |    |               | -Herbert | |                 |    Arthur C|
   |                | |    6ch. |                  |    Henry` | |-2d both |             HUGGETT|
   |                | Mary         |             Maria 1917        | | =WHITE     |             |
   |                | Amelia       |     16.7.87B‘a- =1946         | 1ch          |          7ch.
   |                | =WHITE       | 9.1.63Bowning Maria |                      Susan
   |                |       George         5.11.09C= Teresa |                   7.1.97C-5.11.77
John`            Arthur`    14.1.82B’a        Walter| JAMES |                   =9.1.17Goulburn
Thomas           17.1.78C- 14.7.17Vic           SUTER|             |            |Herbert John
17.11.74B’a- 30.11.06 sapper WW1                     |             |            |BERRELL
13.2.43Wodonga |            =1910Cooma             5s.2d      Alexander`        |
shearer/teamstr |           |Sarah Jane                       24.4.92B‘a-       5ch.
/farmer             V       |      PEGRAM                     24.9.60Queanbeyan
Bethangra Vic. next         |--------------------             mail contractor Queanbeyan
=9.6.02            page     |         |                 |     (1)=1914Katoomba
|Beech Forest,Vic. George Ellen = BRIGGS 1oth                    |Florence Mary TOZER`
|Margaret                1917      1905                          |                    (2)=Jessie
|EDMONDSON                           ----------------------------------------
|1872-1963                         |          |           |          |        |        |
|                             Gertrude` Cyril` Thelma` Myrtle` Evan`                  Florence`
|                             E            John      M           Iris      Alexander Cavell
|                             1920         1921      1923-78 1925Q         George      1928-92
|                             =1934Q       =1941     =1934Q      =1942Q    1927-         1940Q=
|                               Edward       Bowral, LeslieK Frank         9.1.39 Bernard
|                               Alan         Hazel     BLEWITT Geo         Capt’s J LOTTON
|                               CLARK        Ellen                 HURLEY Flat
|                                            ELLIOTT
|
|----------------------------------------------------------------
|              |         |               |              |              |          |
Eliza`       Albert^` Eva             John^`         Robert`       Arthur^` Alice Maud`
Mary         William Lillias          Thomas         Norman        Henry    2.1.17
1903-68      12.2.05 22.1.07          24.7.09        29.12.11 19.5.14 Albury
          Bethungra Bethungra Bethungra- Beth’ra- Albury                    =16.12.36Albury
               Vic.- -14.3.87         26.1.88        26.10.74 NSW-            Keith Desmond
                 1959 WaggaWagga Melbourne           Penshurst 17.5.92        CADNAM
       Wodonga Vic. =27.12.26 =28.12.46              =6.11.36 Wodonga
               1929=     Albury         Eileen’May’ Thelma
            Maria R      Reginald       SANGSTER       POIGNAND
            KENNEDY      GOODWIN                            ^ served WW2 www.ww2roll.gov.au




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-----------------------------

                         previous page
                                  |     2.1909
                               Arthur` ====== Etheline Margaret SCOTT`
 17.1.1878Bililingra-30.11.1968Cooma Cooma 1883/?5-25.10.74/?6B
^ served WW2     farmer,Jerrangle NSW      |
                   NSW VolLtHorse WW1      |
                                           |                         {B=Bredbo NSW
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
  |         |         |         |         | `   |        |         |          |
Alma`     Allen^` Valerie` Clifford Leslie Una`        Bertha` Oswald` Courtney`
Margaret Charles Mary        Robert` Harold Elvie      Merle    Arthur     Raymond
1909C-    23.5.11 1913C-     John      1918C- Etheline 1924     1926-      1932B-
1991      Jerangle =1933     1916C-82 28.8. =1938Yass =1947     29.10.74C 8.2.74B
=1940               Coooma =1939        1982B Arthur    Goulburn
 Cooma              Norman R Cooma             LESLIE   Cornelius Michael
 Wm John            BRADFORD Katherine May              COLLINS
 TOZER                        GRADY

                                  -2.pp
                                    |     9.10.1879
                                 Arthur` ========= Sarah Emma BOATE`
     7.9.56Majors Creek-8.1.38Bredbo        Cooma    1860-1934
           carrier of Queanbeyan NSW          |                     {Q=Queanbeyan
                                              |                     {CF=Captains Flat
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
  |         |         |        |        |     |       |    |     |       |          |
Ada`        |      George` Henry`       | Sarah`      | Elsie` | Charles` Katherine`
1880B.bo- |         Alfred 5.86C-10.56| 1891C-1976| 20.9.98C|1901CF-69 18.12.06Q-
15.8.70     |        John Canberra      | =4.3.14     | -4.12.91|      |       12.4.84Q
Carwoola* | 6.84Cooma- =4.3.14          | Katoomba | Canberra|         V          1926Q=
|=1941Q     |8.58Lismore |Bungedore | George          | =1919    | +2.pp       William
| James     |      6.5.12= |Violet B | Chas S | S.Lnrds|                       McQUEEN
| FOLLETT |        Casino| |LEWIS       | BRATTON | Cecil |
|           |             | |           |             | LAND     |
|           |             | |           |             |          |
|           |    Eveline| |           Alice`          Esther`    Angus`
|-Elsie     |      Rachel| V       21.11.88-            Susan/   18.11.95Cooma-
| 1902CF |       SKINNER| V 31.10.19B’wd            Henrietta    14.6.62Queanbean
|        Thomas`          |       22.2.1906=    7.3.93Cooma-     =1921
|        William          |       Braidwood 31.12.83Cberra         Bungedore
|        1882C        Valerie     Frederick           8.5.12=      Maude Kathleen
|           |         May             BERRY       Bungedore        BRADLEY
|           V         =1940Lismore                William H
|-Walter next           Edgar Lyle                   EDMONDS
| E        page         SMITH
| 1907Q
|             1920                                1947
  -Harold ==========(1)Mary C[?ampbell](2)========== Charles Ernest               V
     1902Q Glen Innes          MARSHALL         Glen Innes WOOD                   V
                                                                                  |
                                                    ---------------------------|
                                                  |                  |            |
                                             Angus Reginald Henry John         3oths
                                             11.10.17Q-        7.1.31Q-
                                             18.10.49Sydney 13.7.96Canberra
                                             =1942Queanbeyan
                                              Eileen Mary DOYLE




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-----------------------------
                   previous page
                            |       10.10.1906
                   Thomas William ========== Bridget
                   1882Cooma-1957 Braidwood BERRY
                                         |
        ---------------------------------------------------------------
      |                 |                        |               ?         ?
Thomas Victor    Angus Gordon(Reginald) Ellen Belinda Lance William 9 oths
11.7.07B’wood- 21.12.16Braidwood-          31.8.19Bwood- 1923Braidwood-
3.10.87Moruya    18.10.44Queyanbean        1996Queanbeyan 9.2006Parkes
=1945Queanbeyan                           =1940Queanbn    (1)=1940Moruya
 Sheila Irene                               Arthur Edward     Daphni Amelia SMITH
 PHELPS                                     JACKSON       (2)=1943Redfern
                                                               Nellie Victoria
                                                               SMITHERS
                              -2.pp
                                |    2.4.1923
                 Henry James/Harry ========= Ivy Margaret RUSS
12.10.98Bililingra-13.5.71Narooma Michelago 1898-3.10.62Bredbo
               WW1 & WW2 (captain)       |
    prison governor Goulbourn NSW        |                            {GB=Goulbourn
                                         |
                      ----------------------------------------------------
^ served WW2        |             |            |               |             |
               Eric Allen Roy Albert^ Henry James^ Frances Audrey Greta Alice
                  1958GB= 8.10.23GB      16.3.26GB     =1945GB           1947GB=(1)
Hazel Alicia R SHERRING|                 =1954Ashfield Maxwell     Bruce Murray
                          |                Enid Vera    Glenmore          PRICE
                    Jody Lee               M(A)CFARLANE KENNEDY         FUNNELL=(2)
              Paul PARROTTE=

                              -2.pp
                                   |  1896
                             `William ===== Margaret Ann BELL
  17.8.76Bilingra-22.1.13Bililingra Cooma
           grazier Wangrah Creek NSW    |
                                        |
               ---------------------------------------------------
             |                   |                |                   |
        Elsie E M          Percy W J         Olive E M         Gladys A M
       1898Cooma- 5.8.02Cooma-1979               1903C          26.2.07C-
             1984         served WW2                                8.1.42
       1921Cooma=    1925Queanbeyan=        1919Cooma= 1922Queanbeyan=
Russell D TYRIE| Evelyn K WILSON Charles J POVEY           Percy J POVEY
                 |
               2s.2d
                              -3.pp
                                 |   26.2.96
                             Richard ======= Jane Hannah HIGGS
24.2.70Murrumbucca-7.1.38W.Wallsend Cooma
                                        |
      ---------------------------------------------------------------------
    |              |          |           |           |           |              |
Catherine I Caroline JH Elizabeth Mary Doris Florence E Gladys P            George T
5.9.96C-     31.8.98C-    1900C-     26.11.01     1904         1906             1908
14.7.70      30.5.79      1901G’burn Goulburn     Goulbourn- <- West Wallsend ->
=1915        (Wallsend)              =1923        16.6.78      =1927HT        1927HT=
 W.Wallsend =1924Wallsnd              Tamworth    =?1927        Thomas          Mary
 Wm E STONE Archibald T               Hy Ernest     John P      A LORD     ARMSTRONG
               LEWIS                  MAUNDER       SMITH




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Ridgewell and New South Wales(5)
-----------------------------
                           -4.pp
                              |        1903
                          George =========== Ellen Jane Matilda GALVIN
   4.12.74Murrumbucca-1942Auburn Wagga Wagga 1903Wagga
                                        |
                                ------------------
                              |                    |
                         Nina L J1904WWagga Ivy M D1905WWagga
                         =1935Granville        =1932Granville
                          Reginald W WICKENS Victor G COOK


                                     Robert CALDWELL = Elizabeth A KELLY
                            2.pp                       |
                             |       25.5.23           |
                          Charles(1)========== Bertha Amelia Maud (Grace)
        22.12.1901Captains Flat-       Ch.Ch    1907Coolringdon nr Cooma
          6.11.69Port Kembla NSW    Queanbeyan
bur.Wollongong Crem. Rose Garden
       in Wollongong 1979
                             :         Robert GRIFFIN = Louisa WARREN
                             :                         |
                             :         22.12.28        |
                           Charles(2)========== Ellen (Nellie)
                                     Queanbeyan 1905Braidwood-
                                          |       13.2.73P.Kembla
                                          |       bur.Wollongong Crem.Rose Gdn
                                          |
                     -------------------------------------------
                   |              |             |          |      |
                Joy Adele       Robert       Raymond     Colin  Joyce
          1947Wollongong=                    Arthur      Henry
Frederick Thomas HOWARTH

                    --------------------------------------
                   |                ?                      ?
             Ronald Arthur   Edward Henry           Mervyn Wallace
                27.7.1921Q   22.2.1924Q             30.7.1925Q
                    1949Q=   =1957Q                 =1954Auburn
Patricia Shirley DUMBRELL     Patricia June SCANES   Catherine CUBIS


& for Wollongong see also Clare (S.London)


see also The Australian Biographical, 1842-1899 which is based on
Journey Beyond The Seas, M KRETCHMER, NSW 1980 (copy in Soc.Genealogists)
as is this tree and the ones on the next page
(but adumbrated by further material from Peter Mortlock Batchelor)
NB in both refs Thomas is identified as Thomas John

see also IGI; http://monaropioneers.com/mortlock-jt.htm,
http://www.tribalpages.com/family-tree/mortlock &
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=:2701818&recno=1924

NB birth records often conflict between Bredbo, Billilingra and Cooma. Route
23 (the Monaro Highway) runs from Cooma northwards in succession through
Billilingra, Bredbo, Calwell and Colinton past Queanbeyan to Canberra.




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Hempstead(H)                                           [RD Saffron Wa1den(SW)]
---------                                               ---------------------
I had a lot of help with the Hempstead tables from Maureen ROBERTSON of Eire

Thomas M’ yeoman of Lt Bardfield sued for unlawfully detaining an apprentice
3.8.1613; signed a petition midsummer 1615; see Haverhill, Suffolk.

               18.10.1787                                    25.9.1764H
          Mary ==========(2)Harborough/Arbou/er^(1)========== Elizabeth GOWLET
  LIVERMORE Hempstead               +22.12.1811                    |        +3.5.1783
                      |                                            |
                 Susannah            Isabella =======(?3)          |
                 9.1794H ?+4Q44Marylebone             |            |         ^ Arber is an East
                                                      |            |           Anglian surname
     ---------------------------------------|                      |
   |              |           |             |         |            |
John          Caroline Isabella¬        Mary       Sarah           |         ¬ see also London
5.3.1794 11.9.1805 <25.1.1811 St Marylebone>                       |           (Marylebone)
Holborn- StMbone- 1806-                           ?1798-           |
20.2.17H 2Q90StP           2Q96StP             2Q66Mbone           |
                                                                   |
         ---------------------------------------------------------------------
       |       |                                    |      |            |          |         |
?Arbour        |           John 21.7.72H            | Alfred         Richard Elizabeth Robert
+4.7.1766H | WINTERFLOOD ======== Martha | 4.7.1770H 1772                      +15.4.70H 2.3.77H
               |                     |      STOCK | ‘son of          ?(1)=
               |      16.3.1798H     |              | Elizabeth           |
            Thomas ========== Martha                | M’                  |?(2)=19.10.1797
     16.10.1768-           |      4.1773-           |                     |      (Stambourne)
           9.1.49H         |      25.10.14H       Marion                  |      (2)Flower
                           |                      1.4.70H                 |          ARGENT
                           |                                              ?
                           |                                         Elizabeth‘of Stambourne’
                           |                                         1815-6.9.40SteepleBmpstd
                           |
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     |              |           |         |             |             |                   |
Thomas        Elizabeth      Luke      Mary        Thirza@        Mahala              Collingwood
1798H-        9.4.1800H      27.2.03- 29.5.05- “Frassy”           13.3.11-                  (dau)
10.9.70H~                    12.89     1812H       5.6.06H        (1)=13.11.35H         16.5.13H-
ag.lab                          |                  =28.10.30H         |Millar             1.7.30H
=2.2.21H                        V                   John              |BRAZIER
|Rebecca BRAZIER             +3.pp                  LEGGS             |(2)=6.2.75H
|1799Helions Bumpstead-                             of SW       -----|       Josiah SURRIDGE
|11.9.88                                                      |       |      (descendant of
|                                                         Elijah 1d           Dick TURPIN)
V           ~ of typhus                                   1838
next
page                                          Ann = 13.10.1785H Miller BRAZIER or BRASHUR

@Tirza, Heb. ‘helpfulness’, was the fifth daughter of Zelophehad the son of
Hepher (Num.xxvi 33). In its Germanic form as Abel’s wife in Gessner’s Death
of Abel the name “became a great favourite among the lower classes of England
whence Thirza has become rather a favourite in English cottages”.
[CM Yonge, History of English Christian Names, London 1863]




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Hempstead(H)(2)& Bromley by Bow(BbB)                   [RDs Saffron Wa1den(SW) & Poplar]
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                                   V
                                   |     John BRAZIER = Sarah
                                   |                    |
                                   |     2.2.1821H      |
                                Thomas ========= Rebecca
              ag.lab;1798H-10.9.70H          |       3.3.99Helions Bumpstead-11.9.88H
                                             |
       ------------------------------------------------------------
     |                 |             |             |                |          |
Thomas              William       Mary         Elijah            Martha     Luke
19.1.34H-           12.10.23H     25.7.31H- 15.5.36H-            17.6.27H   25.11.21H-
?1860-1                |          2.11.56H     23.1.1921H* straw            30.1.02
ag.lab                 V          dumb;        ag.lab            plait      Strood
=24.12.55H            next        straw        =24.12.55H        maker1851       |
|Emma                 page        plaiter      |Mary Ann         =18.7.52        V
|RICHARDSON                       1851         |JOHNSON           Charles    +5.pp
|1834GB-17.7.69H                               |1833/5H-          STOCK
|“pauper”1861                                  |15.1.1914H*
|                                              |
|         ---------------------------------------------------------------------
|       |         |             |        |           |            |            |            |
| Martha       George^        Lucy Elizabeth Thomas            Harry        Samuel          |
| 10.5.59H 16.8.63H<tw>1Q63 1Q66H                1Q69H-        Luke         3Q75H-          |
| =2.11.78 +4Q1924           d.inf =23.7.97H 19.7.22H* 1Q72SW-              2Q1936          |
| |SWalden Poplar                    Maurice     [PoplarRD] 21.10.42H       Poplar          |
| |James       carman                CLARK                     lab.then     flour carman |
| |HODSON of S Bromley               1863                      horse kpr    Chelsea 1901 |
| |1858        =21.5.96H             S.Bumpstd                 =10.4.99H    =7.5.1902H      |
| |lab.        |Jane PURKISS                                   |Emma        |Mary Ellen |
| |s.of        |1869H         |                                |BURGESS     |MOORMAN        |
| |William |                 Florence Katie 1887H              |1871/7      |1878H          |
| |lab.        |---------            3Q1915Poplar=             |Clavering- |                |
| |            |           |       Bertie Samuel               |8.4.1959H Nora R            |
| Mary        Mary Ann George                SYKES             |            3Q13Poplar      |
| 1886SW      3Q97BbB 1Q99BbB                                  |                            |
|                                                            ---------------                |
|------------------------------------                      |                 |              |
|              |           |                 |          Alice              Olivia           |
Rebekah      Luke        Jane          Elizabeth Ann Elizabeth             Frances          |
7.12.56H 3Q58H-          2.6.61H- <- tw ->2.6.61H 8.9.1901H                Emma             |
svt 1871 23.2.71H 28.8.62H                              =25.8.24H          14.3.1915H       |
Knightsbrg                                                Wm Edgar BARNES                   |
| =4Q80BStfd                                              b.1902Cambridge              Rebecca
| Thomas RUGGLES                                                                         1Q78H
| of Stansted Mountfitchet                                servant in Hoddesdon,Herts 1901
|                                                                                  1Q1903Ware=
Alice Levy                                                          Frederick William COOK|
1Q78BStfd                                                                                     |
=1Q1902WHam                                                                              4s.1d
  Charles John DAY/Alfred Hardy KING, o.s.Bertha Louisa CHAPMAN

^ George of Hempstead, 1 month for disobeying affiliation order 14.11.1887[ES]




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Hempstead(H)(3)                                           [RD Saffron Wa1den(SW)]
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                                    V               William CLAYDEN
                                    |     31.7.43       |
                                 William ========= Hannah
                11.10.23H-1Q1915Croydon Littleb’y 1819Littlebury Esx-
                     lab 1847;carman of       |     2Q1899Croydon
        10,Albert Terrace Croydon 1881        |
                                              |
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   |          |           |                 |       |     |        |          |   |
Martha$     Lucy^      Luke^             Sarah      | William Sarah Ann       |   |
2Q43        11.9.47H- 5.5.50H[reg.1Q]- Ann          | 4Q57H    4Q59H-         |   |
Littlebury 1Q1924      1.11.1906#        3Q52SW-    |     |    2Q1936Croydon |    |
=4Q73SW     Croydon    Forest Hill       19.11.54H |      V    svt Penge      |   |
|             |        cafe proprietor              | +2.pp    1881      ~Charles |
|Pharaoh    Lucy       =1Q73Croydon                Helena                 William |
|BELSHAM    2Q67H      |Harriett                   (Ellen/Eleanor)          3Q62H |
|           nursemaid |Palmer                      2Q55SW                     |   |
V                      |DUNSTER’                   kitchen                    V   |
issue                  |1852Leepit Devon           maid                     +3.pp |
                       |                                                          |
                       |--------------                                     ^Charles
                       |               |                                      1Q64H
                    Annie           Eleanor                                     |
                    4Q77            1881                                        V
                    Holloway        Penge/?Forest Hill                        +4.pp
                    [RDIslington] ?‘help’in Lambeth 1901
                                    =2Q1903Lambeth

$ 7 yr old straw plaiter 1851; svt at Audley End on marriage

^ Brewer’s drayman 1881. By 1901 this family was running a chain of three
cafés, “Miss Lucy” and Charles in Forest Hill, and Luke at 68, Railton Rd,
Herne Hill, ex 9, Beckenham Rd Penge (1891).

~Charles William, in a letter to his son Geoffrey, says his father had a
sister who married - RUGGLES of Saffron Walden. They had a son who became a
police Inspector in Brentford.


William 2.62-12.3.62Hempstead

In 1883 A Mr A Mortlock was a factotum to Lady Brooke (1862-1938) of Easton
Lodge, Dunmow [Warwickshire archives, CR1886 box 818]. However he may not have
been an Essex Mortlock; he was also acting for her in London.




Essex Mortlocks                          61                         RJHG Sep 2010
Hempstead(H)(4),Finchingfield(FN)& Bardfield                 [RDs Dunmow(DW)&Braintree[BT)]
--------------------------------------------                  ----------------------------
                                    -3.pp       Richard MOSS = Mary
                                      V                         |          {SW=Saffron Walden
                                      |    24.12.1833H          |          {RB=Risbridge RD
                                     Luke =========== Clarissa
               1803H-8.12.89FN#*[BT]              |        1812H-
        Gt Winsey Fm, Finchingfield               |        27.4.84FN*[BT]
                 (84 acres)(lab.1840)             |
                 (Prentice’s Fm 1851)             |
disloc.shoulder when gig overturned at Braintree [ES,29.7.71]
                                                  |                   ~ in Kedington infirmary
                                ------------------------------------------------
               24.12.67       |                   |                 |                        |
     Mary Ann ======== Charles                Elizabeth         Emma’                     William
         HILL Wimbish Luke                    7.12.42H(b.FN)7.5.37H                     9.10.34H-
(Henry’ sis)        |      16.9.40FN-         (in SW 1861) =4Q74BT                 12.5.1917RB~
         1844       |      12.3.40GB#*        =1Q72FN           |HALES                    unm.;in
      Duxford       | 137a.@FN                |Henry HILL       |                       Helns.Bmd
       Cambs-       | Charity Fm GB 1881 |18.6.47               |-------------               1901
15.11.28GB#*        | (Litches fm 1886?) |Duxford-              |                 | ‘own means’
                    | (journeyman             |29.11.15 Henry Luke’            Owen M
GB=GtBardfield} | miller 1861)                |Ugley       1869FN-             1866Forest Hill
   [RD Dunmow]} |                             |            29.6.01Stebbing
                    |                      2s.3d           43rd Coy Imperial Yeomanry
                    |
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   |             |       |      |           |        |     |               |          |          |
Charles       Louie(sa)| Ellen(Helen)|               |   Amy^            Jessie     Lucy         |
Peter         2Q70GB- | 28.10.73GB- |                |   9.11.80GB- 6.4.83GB- 6.9.84GB- |
13.10.68GB 2Q50Chmsf| 24.2.62Ipsw |                  |   20.2.68         24.3.78    1Q44GB       |
<-- xtnd 13.5.70 --> | Thaxted1901 |                 |   =2.10.12DW =2.10.12 unm.                |
+14.1.83GB* milliners| =2Q11Dunmow |                 |   |<-double wedding->              Phillip
              asst       | |G VINSON        |        |   |F SMITH        WG BENNY         Charles
              Huntingdn| |                Luke’      | 1s.2d             s.p.         19.9.88GB-
              1901       | 2s        7.1.75GB-       |                                    23.3.78
                    ~Frank            6.6.65CM       Thomas             emigr.L’pool-Cape 1903
 1.10.71GB(b.14.9.70)-                draper’s       Frederick                               =(1)
                   10.1930        asst CM 1901       2.9.77GB-25.9.1973                  Jos.|
emgr.So’ton-P.Eliz1895            Thaxted 1912       emigr.So’ton-P.Eliz1900 SCHECKEL|
            ca.1903=(1)         29.5.12Ugley=        in Gorringe’s flying           -MONSON|
   ~Beatrice UNWIN|                   Lillian|       column, Boer War              +15.7.57|
            +6.1919|                 WATERMAN|       =30.4.12SAfrica                      Phillip
              ---------            1873Oakley|       |May Emily MILLS                     Charles
            | ~Mary E | d.of Jas,farmer|             |15.6.91-10.6.1984               11.11.1929
           2d 3Q12DW |                          |    |
>1919=(2)               Vere              ----|      |-----------------                      =(1)
Edith      2.3.08-30.8.90               |       |    |            |          |          Robin|
RAMSOME    Stella LAWLOR=               |     2d John          Lionel Harold B-PORTER|
                                        |           Arthur     Ronald William                |
of Humfrey     }                Richard Luke        18.11.14 14.5.17 30.8.19                 |
Lodge,Thaxted} 31.10.13Thaxted-4.10.06              <all m.& had male issue>               3s.1d
D.Telegraph } Doris Elizabeth CLARKE=                  |
10.10.06       }                   +21.11.06        Michael Ronald 21.12.48-
                                        s.p.                          the internet source for
                                                                             some of this data
‘Mrs MORTLOCK’ was farming 156 acres at Great Dunmow in 1873
^ Amy was teaching in a board school at Kirkley (part of Lowestoft) 1901
~ Southampton->Capetown 1910(Frank),1912(Beatrice,Mary E + 1 oth.female child)




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Hempstead(H)(5)& Penge(Pg)                       [RDs Dunmow & Croydon, Surrey(CR)]
----------------------                            --------------------------------
                                           -2.pp
[see PRO,RG13/0652]                           |     4Q77
                                         William ====== Ruth REES
                 4Q57Hempstead-4Q1941Bromley Penge 1856/7Milford Haven-
        coal carman 120 Maple Rd,Penge 1901           |    2Q1939Bromley
                                                      |
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------
  |         |         ?          |          |           |     |     |     ?  |    |    ?
  |      William      |      Charlie       Ada      Beatrice | James^ | Albert |       |
  |      3Q80Pg       |      3Q92Pg-       4Q85Pg Ellen       | Xtopher | George |     |
  |         |         |      3Q1936        servt    1Q88Pg    | 1Q92Pg | 2Q95Pg |      |
  |         V         |      Portsmouth =4Q09                 |           |       |    |
  |       next        |      coal           Bromley Frederick             |       |    |
  |       page        |      carter                       Henry       Arthur      |    |
  |                   |      1901                    1Q90Penge        Richard Dorothy |
Maud                  |      =2Q1912                          |       3Q93CR- May      |
4Q79Pg             Florence |Beckenham                        V       1Q94CR   3Q96Pg |
=4Q99CR             2Q84CR- |Ethel WILLIS                     V                        |
 Albert LANGLEY      3Q85CR |moved to Portsmouth 1920s                            Robert
 1875Thorntn Hth             |                                                   Baden P
                             |-------------------------------                3Q-3Q1900CR
                             |              |           |         |
     Margaret ===== Charles Arthur         dau        dau        dau
    Elizabeth    |    Frederick
     REYNOLDS    |    1915Beckenham
                 |    [RD Bromley]
                 |                                              Ellen? = Charles TAYLOR
                 |-------------------------                   MORTLOCK | 1870
                 |             |         |       |               1874H | Forest Hill
Mike ======= Susan           Robert     dau     Lil       visitor with | timber carman
DOLEMAN        1942          1950s                        William 1901 |
                               |                                        |
                          -----------                                 Florence
                        |             |                               1898Forest Hill
                      Adam 1991

^ James was an orderly for Penge UDC when he enlisted in the Royal West Kent
regiment Territorials 9.4.1913

                               V
                               V
                               |       5.8.1915
                      Frederick Henry ========== Sarah FAGIN
                          1Q1890Penge Washington +late 1970s
                       ?RE France WW1(sep.ca.1920)
                                          |
                                       Michael
                                       2.6.1920Washington-24.4.94B.Auckland
                                       =
                                       |
                                     Karen = DAWSON of Washington




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Hempstead(H)(6)& Kent                                         [RDs Dunmow etc.]
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                              |    25.12.1901
                          William~ ========== Florence Maud DOWDING
                         3Q80Penge      |
        brickfield lab.Penge 1901       |
 13 Churchfield Rd Beckenham 1914       |
                                        |
                  --------------------------------------------------
                |                    |                 |             |
             William         Florence Ruth    Frederick George John Augustus
             26.11.02Penge 4.4.06Beckenham 6.5.08Beckenham      2.7.10Beckenham

~ William was 34 when he joined up into the ASC in November 1914; he ended the
War as a Wheeler Staff Sergeant [PRO,WO363/M2031].


                         -3.pp                     John WERRAN bailiff
                           |          23.6.1888          |
                   Charles William =========== Esther Elizabeth
           3Q62H-4Q1900London City St George 1861Trehan,Saltash,Cornwall-
         cellarman Tufnell Pk 1888 Tufnell Prk 1Q1924Portsmouth
    but ‘education above average’ [RDIslngtn] in 1901 wardwoman in
                                           |       Royal Albert hospital Devonport
                                           |       family in Stoke Dameral
                             ---------------------------
                           |                               |
                   Charles Percival                 Nellie Ellen
                   14.5.89Holloway,London           2Q91Holloway }[RD Islington]
                   >1969
                   inspector of naval ordnance
                   =3.4.1915All Sts Plymouth
                   |Edith Elizabeth WHITE
                   |2.10.91Plymouth-3.1.68Claygate Sy
                   |children’s nurse
                   |d.of Alfred James, mate of ocean-going tug, & Jane
                   |
      ---------------------------
    |              |               |               18.11.45
Patricia         Jean      Charles Geoffrey OBE ======== Jeanne Yvonne
Elsie                            5.7.1920London- London Pauline GITTUS(Fr.)
5.8.25Portsmouth-                 10.10.95Yeovil      |      5.11.23London-
1933Malta                                diplomat     |      27.1.2005Fleet
                                                      |
                                         ------------|
                         11.10.69      |              |       30.8.97
            Keith STOTT ======== Christine^       Elizabeth- ======= David SMALL
  28.1.36Middlesbrough Claygate Yvonne Anna        Anne(Liz)     | 28.12.61Scotland
                             |     4.1.47           24.03.61     |    emigr. Canada
               15.7.00       |                      Calcutta     |
  Christopher ======= Penelope-Anne                          Chloe-Anne
Rodney MIDDLE IwerneM 21.10.71Kingston-on-Thames             19.01.99Frimley Park
      10.11.68
      Tanzania                     ^ my contact for this part of the tree




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Hempstead(H)(7)& Kent(2)                                         [RDs Dunmow etc.]
---------------------                                             ---------------
                           -4.pp
                             |      3Q1893
                          Charles =========== Matilda Louisa J PEACHEY
            1Q64H-4Q1942Battersea Lewisham RD 1862/3Chippenham Wilts-
           collector Croydon 1881             4Q1935Croydon
  coffee ho.prop.Forest Hill 1901


                                -5.pp
                                   |   2.10.53
                                Luke ========= Elizabeth BLACKLEY
       25.11.21H-30.1.02Strood RD S’minster 1831/6Southminster-
          lab.in Purleigh Esx 1851        |      12.8.1900Luddesdown
                 lab.in Staple 1861       |
        lab.in Horton Kirby 1881¬         |      ¬ Franks Farm Cottages
                    ret.carman 1901       |
      died in Rochester workhouse         |
                                          |
     ---------------------------------------------------------
   |                 |               |    |                |       |
Harriett       Thomas William        | Martha            Alger   Luke@[?Thomas Luke]
1853Maldon 14.10.55Tillingham | 2Q62Tillingham (f)               2Q69Cudham-
                     |               | =3Q80Dartford     1867    18.11.42#
                     V               |   Alfred TAYLOR Cudham execr pte George’
                 next page           |   1856H.Kirby             ?=1Q97Dartford
                                     |                             ?Lucy LONGHURST
                                     |         3Q1881
                            William(Willy) ======== Harriett Jane FOSTER
                                  4Q59Staple Dartford 1862Gravesend-
     Northfleet 1881,Greenwich 1891,1901         |     3Q1924Greenwich
             general lab.Greenwich council       |
                   49 C---- St E.Greenwich       | {family in 1891 census as MATLOCK
                                                 |
             ------------------------------------------------------
           |         |          |           |            |             |
        Albert     Rose     Alice        Harriett      Emily     William Joseph
        E          1Q82     Maud M       Elizabeth     Annie A   29.10.90[reg.3Q]
        ?6.79      Stone,   2Q84Stone 1Q87Dfd          2Q89Dfd   Ch.Ch.Greenwich-
        S.fleet- Kent       =1Q08GR~     =3Q10GR       =3Q17GR   4Q91Greenwich
        1Q45Dfd =1Q08GR~      :                         PEAKE
        carman;             Alice ‘age 19’Stone, Kent, cook in Deptford 1901
        Yorks regt
        28.7.97-1906        ~ double wedding

This is not the only case where the age of a juvenile servant appears to be
over-stated in a Victorian census. Maybe the girl herself exaggerated in order
to obtain the employment in the first place.

Times, 2.9.1885: Inquest at Sidcup into the emaciated baby of William and
Harriett which died of being fed on biscuits in sugar water instead of milk

@ Luke jnr may have tried his luck in America (Ellis Island arrival 1.2.1914).


NB for Dunmow RD & a Mortlock marrying a Bardfield man, see Shimpling, Suffolk




Essex Mortlocks                          65                          RJHG Sep 2010
Hempstead(H)(8) & Nunhead(Nhd), S. London[RD Camberwell(CW)]
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                                                                        ?4Q58
                     previous page                  Charles JACKSON ======= Elizabeth
                             V                               gardener Lambeth SMITH
                             |             25.12.78                       |
                     Thomas William ========== Caroline/Catherine(Kate)
                 14.10.55Tillingham Nunhead            3.11.60Deptford-31.10.07CW
    labourer, carman, gravedigger               |      ‘carman’s wife’1881,living with
     91 Linden Grove Nunhead SE15               |      Luke & Harriett (-4.pp) as
  seems to have disappeared 1901                |      ‘d-in-law’[actually cousin-in-law]
(see note in preface to this section) |                laundress Peckham 1891
                                                |      ‘deserted wife’ 1901
                                                |
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  |            |         |         |       |      |        |     |        |    |          |
  |       Caroline       | George          | Rosina        | William      | Emily         |
  |       Maria/Martha | 10.3.87¬- | 2.2.90Nhd- | 30.4.95-                | 13.7.96Nhd- |
  |       /Catherine“ | 5.7.87Nhd | 28.9.90Nhd | 31.7.95Nhd | 2.3.97Nhd                   |
  |       31.10.81CW¬ |                    |               |              |               |
  |       in Peckham     |                 |               |              |           Florence
Thomas~ 1891             |              Louisa        William      Elizabeth          (Emily)\
William                Alice Jane 19.3.91Nhd- John                 Jane            28.2.98Nhd
28.4.79                7.12.85Nhd 7.5.57              (Jack)       (Lizzie)         /[reg2Q]-
Peckham Rye-          svt CW 1901 Croydon             12.7.92Nhd 22.12.93Nhd       /23.5.1985
5.9.50Wokingham      25.10.03Nhd= =18.12.11              |         =22.11.13      | 8.6.1919=
lab.Luddesdown,      Wm Hy CLARK| |(Croydon)             V         |(BethGrn)     | Hatcham|
Kent 1891                      1883| |Rich.Thos          V         |John Hy       |(Peckham)|
later rly ganger horsekeeper| |STEVENS                             |HOUGHTON      | William|
=15.6.07Luddesdown                   | |                           |              | JEACOCK|
 Mabel Mary WHEELER                2s 3d                         6s.3d         Arnold lab.&|
 1883-1.2.53Margate                                                            George    coal|
                                                     sgt, Desert Rat => MORTLOCK porter|
¬ in Camberwell workhouse                                               23.9.15-9.94         |
\ machinist 1915,‘gravedigger’ 1919,ret.bakery asst 1985                      Peckham     John
“ svt Sutton-at-Hone, Kent 1901                                           4.11.37CW=      1925
                                                                Vera Kitty SKINNER|          |
$my informant for this tree                                            14.4.19-4.96| $Arnold
                                 V                                                  |     1956
                                 V                                               Brian
                                 |         3.1.1912                              1938
                       William John^ ======== Elizabeth Maud WILLIAMS
               12.7.92Nhd-3.10.63CW            C|W    10.6.92-27.10.1964Westminster
                                                |
            ---------------------------------------------
          |                           |                              |
      John W               Dorothy Maud                      Kenneth Eric Richard
      18.10.19Nhd-1922 25.12.20Nhd-9.76Canada                10.8.24Nhd
                           =1944CW,Aubrey F TREFRY =1.10.49CW,Vera Irene CROCKETT
                           |                                 |
                         2s                              2s.2d

^ golf caddie 1910; bombardier RGA 28.1.10-8.2.19. Served Mesopotamia,
invalided to India 13.8.1915[PRO,WO364/2598]; then policeman, E.Sy Canal Docks

~ A puzzle here. In 1891 Thomas Wm is shown as ‘son’ of Henry SMITH, widower,
b.1810Oxfordshire, retired labourer; HS has other ‘sons’ (surnames BARNES &
BIRD, two the same age as Thomas William. Is Henry(Smith) a great-grandfather?
Then in 1901 Thomas was first shown as born in ‘New Cross’, but someone in
another hand has crossed this out and put ‘Camden Town’.




Essex Mortlocks                               66                              RJHG Sep 2010
Colchester(CO) (see also Birdbrook)
----------
                                                            1595
                             Richard                Thomas ====== Alice HARRIS’
                                |                          Aldham +>1599
           -----------------------------------
         |            |            |           |
      Richard      Elizabeth    Richard      Catherine   {all Adham 5’ W
      24.8.1595    2.1.97       18.1.99      28.10.07    {of Colchester
                                =1631Fordham
                                  Anable ALLIN

Margaret = 11.1608Gt Tey, Robert ELIE

                                               1677
                            Margaret HAZELL ========(1)Robert(2)======== Sarah
                                            AllStsCO in Magd St    |     of CO
                                              (lic.)    1680       | St Botolph
                                                |                  |
      ---------------------------------------------------          |
    |            |               |          |             |        |
Elizabeth      Robert        William      John         Mary        William
5.11.84COStB 6.3.88COStB     30.1.89COStB 26.6.92COStB 6.9.97COStB 2.3.99COStB

                                     30.9.1689
        MORTLOCK ========(1)Esther(2)========= John PERRY of Layer Marney
                         of St James COMileEnd

Richard +25.5.1738 Elmstead
                                       1703CO
                                James ======== Elizabeth C/GOULET of CO St Botolph
                                      St|Giles
                                        |
                   -----------------------------------------------------------
                 |                      |   1732CO                             |
               Robert                Robert ====== Elizabeth TOWNSHEND       James
               21.11.03COStB    2.1.05COStB AllSts                     2.8.06COStB

170x: James and family returned to Colchester from Harwich under the
Settlement Acts

John +1719CO

William+1807CO     Hannah+1811CO    John+1823CO(North Hill)

                                      ----?----       sisters?
                                    |           |
                           Sarah Elizabeth    Ann^?FENNING ?= MORTLOCK
                                ca.1768Esx    1767[?]CO-6.8.1858CO Union workhouse

                                   FENNING=?    housekeeping with SEF Gt Oakley 1841

^ In 1857 Ann Mortlock, an inmate of the Colchester workhouse, claimed to be
100 years old, and to remember the demolition of the Head Gate in 1753 and the
criminals’ heads impaled on its spikes [ES]

Mary 1820-19.1.41CO(workhouse)[?in labour?]

Mary = 23.2.1813 COStPeter, Edward HOLLAND of COStNicholas
Maria = 11.2.1816 COStPeter, Samuel KEDINGTON of COStJames
Hannah b.1770 = 22.2.1818 COStPeter, William GREEN of COStJames

                            ? =====(1)John(2)=====(2)Ann SUTNELL of St Botolph
                                 of St Botolph


Essex Mortlocks                            67                         RJHG Sep 2010
Colchester(CO)(2)
----------
                                              2.11.1794
   this family worshipped at}           Peter ========= Ann MARRITT
    St Peter’s & St Nicholas} 1768Esx- COStJames 1772Eye Sfk-
Methodist churches(StP&StN)}          1.8.41       |       21.3.52StBotolph‘of Priory St’
                                                   |
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?     ?           |         |             |              |                |             |
| Peter       Sarah     Jemima        Philip           Eliza           Mary Ann      Hannah
| 1797/9CO 1802-        12.4.03StN 28.4.05StN-         10.9.07StN      5.3.11StN 1.6.17StN
|     |       3Q67CO =1823StJCO 18.4.72CO              =8.6.29            |        ?=4Q44CO
|     V           |     ?Harrison     cabinet maker COAllSts              V               or
| next        Sarah     |LYES         Priory St 1863 William Orris +2.pp           ?+4Q53CO
| page        1831CO- |?1802-37       =                 CORBLE
|             4Q62CO |                |Sarah            b.o.StBotolph
|                     Thomas          |1804-27.9.67
John                  1834->51        |------------------------------------------
James                          4Q62 |                         |         |               |
1795CO      Eliza WALLIS ======= William~                   Sarah    Philip        Mary Ann
|         1845StGeo.E,Mx Colchsr 1Q41CO-1Q98CO              1832CO 1827CO-           4Q42CO
V             (Wapping)-       |    carpenter/undertaker             8.9.47CO    13.8.62CO=
+2.pp             3Q1924CO     |    of Magdelene St 1861,4             `Benwell LISSIMORE
                               |
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    |           |        |        |     | |    |     |          |         |           |    |
William      Eliza Philip Alfred | Emma | Cecilia             Daniel    Louisa       Seth |
Ernest      1Q65CO 2Q66CO- James | Ada | 1Q75CO               Robert    4Q79CO      1Q83- |
1Q64CO      Plmstd 25.7.67CO 3Q68 | 4Q71-| tailoress 1Q76CO- tailoress 4Q31CO |
carpenter 1901                          | 28.3.|              1Q1919CO =4Q06CO briefly |
1881                       painter in | 74CO |                                    pte DLI |
bricklayer 1901 Stowmarket 1895 |           Nelly^                                   1916 |
=2Q93CO                 carpenter in |      Elizabeth                  (a boy soldier in |
|Harriett              Lewisham 1901 |      1Q73CO                    (the infantry 1901 |
|Rose                         3.6.95= |                                                    |
|SMITH                   Stowmarket| Phillip3Q69CO-2Q84Thanet                      Mary Ann
|1869CO-             Martha Blanche| in Margate deaf & dumb asylum 1881             1Q87CO-
|3Q05CO              1872Stowmarket|                                               4Q1930CO
|                 d.of David Edward|                                        in Hackney 1901
|                   PRYKE,shoemaker|
|                                   |
|               --------------------------------------          {NB Stowmarket is in Sfk,
|             |                       |                      | {[RD Stow]
|       Gladys Ellen             Edward                    John
|       25.10.96Stowmarket-      James Wallace             William
|       3Q97SudburyRD            9.8.97Stowmarket          1Q1900Brockley
|                                in Lewisham 1901
|                                Border Rgt/RWKent WW1
|
|-Frederick William 1Q94CO(?b.London St Anne’s), in CO 1901
|
|-Rose Harriett 3Q96CO-2Q1926CO              ` NB Mortlock & Lissimore, bricklayers &
|                                              Plasterers adverts in Essex Standard
  -Maud Ellen 2Q99CO                           1.3.1834->

^ married 3Q1900 Kettering RD, Northants, to Herbert HAWKES b.1873Kettering,
shoe finisher in Kettering 1881

~ donkey bolted & fatally skewered a horse with its cart shaft [ES,31.10.1885]

Charles MORTLOCK took over the license of the Colne, South Rd Colchester
[ES,18.2.69]; Charles, cabinet maker & innkeeper, resident at the Colne PH,
Lexden North St CO 1870 & 1871



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Colchester(CO)(3)
----------
                        previous page
                                   |     2.4.1820
                                 Peter ======== Harriett’MORNEMENT of CO StBotolph
                   1799-21.10.1865CO# COAllSts 1801Ipswich(Diss,Nfk 1861)-
          bricklayer of Helen’s Lane         |        27.11.68CO#
                       Priory St 1841        |     {except mges at All Saints, or
     of Long Wyre St 1851 emp.3 men          |     {where shown differently, dates in
                   do.1861 emp.14 men        |     {this block are from St Botolph’s PR
                                             |
     ----------------------------------------------------------------------
   |            |       |      |           |     |             |            |            |
Thomas^       Sarah^    | Harriett         | John^         Elizabeth^ Richard^          Peter
12.12.20      5.7.23- | 19.3.43            | 5.3.28- 3.8.30-            4.5.33-       2.38CO-
(b.1820?)- 18.8.81CO| =21.2.70HT CO | 1Q41CO 4.12.31CO                  3Q41CO      10.4.38CO
3Q80WHam                | WH NEWMAN        |
bricklayer              | butcher          |          4Q60                    2Q66
L.Wyre St1851        William^          Samuel^(1)==== Elizabeth (2)==== Mahala
=3.5.42COAllSts      5.3.26-           8.6.37-          CO 1838CO-              CO 1835CO-
|Elizabeth           16.11.45CO    21.1.80CO#            | 3Q64CO                  17.4.06CO#
|1822CO-4Q1911WHam                   carpenter           |
|(1881 visitor                                        ----------------
|in Gravesend)                                      |                    |
|dau of Thomas PECK                             Gertrude           Samuel Arthur
|own means Milton (G’end) 1901                  1.61CO-            4Q63CO-1Q84CO
|                                               13.4.64COStMM bookbinder
|
| ^ b. Colchester & baptised at Stockwell St Independent Chapel [TNA,RG4/357]
|    Tried (unsuccessfully) to sue the Guardians for his smallpox [ES,15.5.72]
|
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|             |              |         |         |               |          |               |
Edward     William        Elizabeth Eliza Ellen              Peter       Anne              Tom
Thomas     1Q45CO         Sarah      Ann       Caroline 2Q54CO-          Maria          Terry
25.2.43- boatswain,       1Q48CO     7.50CO 4Q52CO-          27.7.30#¬ 22.1.57-         ~Peck
25.6.48 SS Nina of        (bp.30.7) hskpr 14.2.73            bricklayer 25.3.64CO 6.7.59-
           Cliffe, Kent =4Q68CO      Cann      Gravesend Kensington                 21.3.64CO
           1881           |Geo Thos Hall                     1881,1891,1901
                          |SACH      (W.Ham)                 =2Q78West Ham
                          |1847-                             |Elizabeth HARVEY
                          |7.3.90(run over Stfd Mkt) |1849CO
                       10ch.                                 |
                                                             |       ¬ S Bank Middlesbrough
         --------------------------------------------------------
       |                   |                          |                       |
Sybil Elizabeth Thomas William               Nellie Westwood          Wilfred Harvey’
1Q80N.KS            4Q81N.KS-                1Q84N.KS                 3Q87N.KS
clerk KS 1901       3Q1950Wokingham,Sy       clerk1901                clerk
=3Q03KS             cabinet maker’s          =3Q12KS                  Peter’s 1930 executor
                    apprentice 1901            FEATHERSTONE           =3Q14Willesden
                    in Malling,Kent 1911                               Clara F MERRYFIELD
                    =2Q09KS
                     Mabel Mary 1882                    {N.KS = North Kensington, London

Alice ‘wid’ 1884-3.2.36#Middlesborough ?2nd wife for Peter?

~ PECK family living next door 1861




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Colchester(CO)(4)
----------
                         -2.pp
                           |
                       John James =========== Rebecca
            1794CO-4Q66Wandsworth             1791CO-1Q55Wandsworth
      miller in Battersea 1851,61

niece Esther WALSH 1841Battersea & nephew Samuel CHAPMAN 1831 ‘St George Mx’
(also miller) in household 1861

                          -2.pp
                            |     30.5.1830
                        Mary Ann =========== James Seth WALLIS
                    5.3.11StN.CO StD.Stepney 1809CO-10.8.82Rochford
                                      |
                                    3s.1d

    --------------
  |                |
James          William
1826-25.11.38 1834-11.10.38


Remaining Colchester registrations (see also Peldon(5);
---------------------------------- & Clare(4)& Glemsford(4),Suffolk)
Mary Ann = 1Q71CO, Henry SCOTT
Eliza    = 2Q94CO, Frederick Abel WHITE

George 1Q42Colchester
Lily 1864-1Q1949CO
Annie 1867Ford Street, Aldham, cook in Colchester 1901
Susan A 1855-3Q1935CO
Edith I G 1865-1Q1924CO
Harriett 1878CO
Edith P 1881-2Q1932CO

Rosetta 2Q89CO-2Q90CO
Prisilla Ivy MORTLAKE 2Q1891Colchester
Alfred 3Q-3Q95CO
f.3Q97CO
Nellie Allen 4Q02CO

for Little Horkeseley, see Shimpling(8), Suffolk




Essex Mortlocks                          70                     RJHG Sep 2010
Weeley(Wy)                                                         [RD Tendring(TD]
------                                                              --------------
                               Lewis ======= Ann
                  +12.11.1801Weeley       |     +8.8.1799Weeley
                                          |
                                          |--------------------------
                                          ?                |            ?
                      Martha ======= Lewis              Martha         Lucy
                    ?+4Q42TD     |     1770Weeley-      3.3.78Wy-       |
                                 |     ?4Q40TD          12.11.93Wy      V
                                 |     ag.lab.                          V
                                 |
     ------------------------------------------------------------------
   ?      ?    ?          ?             ?         |   |          |        |    ?
Lewis     | Abraham     Robert      William       | Robert     Lewis      | Elizabeth
1792-     | +3.12.1801 +2.10.02Wy +3.10.02Wy | 1.7.04Wy- 1819Wy- | 1827StOsyth
1Q74TD    | Weeley,inf.                           | 9.8.05Wy 1Q89TD       |
lodger    |                                       |            ag.lab. |
in      Jemima                   23.9.1839        |            unm.    Abraham
Weeley 1795-                Mary ========= Robert                      18.3.1823Wy
1861    13.8.24Wy       REDFERN StBotolph 11.2.1810Weeley              bp.13.7.26
Fined                       1806 Cambridge sadler/harness mkr
for drunkenness      Cambridge-      |        1841/7Honey Hill Camb
1853&1865[ES] 1Q88Chesterton         |        +3Q82Chesterton Cambs
                                     |
                            ---------------------
               3Q67       |                         |         {StG=St Giles,Cambridge
 Char1es D ========= Martha                      Elizabeth
      SMITH Cambridge 5.7.41StG                  6.6.47StG
               |                                 =1Q85Chesterton, - CORNWELL
               |
     -----------------------------------------------
   |           |             |              |            |
Sidney       Harry        Louisa        Elizabeth     Charles       }SMITH;
1868         1869         1873          1875          1878          }all “choristers”

                V
                V
                |   25.11.1800                    23.5.1803
               Lucy ==========(1)Richard CHILDS(2)========= Elizabeth WEBB
                      Weeley                        Weeley

Great Oakley(GtO)
------------
                                James ======= Mary
             lab.1765/70Essex-1Q44TD     |    1770/5Essex-1Q44TD
                    < in Tendring Union Workhouse 1841 >
                                         |
                             ------------------------
                           |             |            |
                        Matthew       Elizabeth    James
                        28.6.1815GtO 14.6.18GtO    19.9-23.11.20GtO

John = 26.2.1819Gt Oakley, Amey GARROD

                                 4Q41TendringRD
                    Mary 1804GtO ==============(2)Robert BROWN(1)=?
                      |                 |                        |
                    Alfred 1836GtO    1s.1d                     1s




Essex Mortlocks                           71                          RJHG Sep 2010
St.Osyth(StO)                                                         [RD Tendring (TD)]
--------                                                               ----------------
                                 John¬ ======== Elizabeth
                1778GtClacton-1Q59TD         |    1786-19.4.44StO
                                             |
~ ‘wid’1851;?b.Gt Oakley?          -----------------------------------------------
                                 |           |        |     |             |               |
                 29.11.53        |          Lucy      | Hannah         Elizabeth          |
      Lucy GREEN ========(?2)James~         4.4.19StO | 30.5.24StO =3.11.36StO            |
1821GtClacton-       StO      20.4.16StO- = or +      | =4Q45TD         John CARTER       |
    3Q1902Leeds       |        2Q1901StO as n.p.      | |John           s.of Chas.lab. |
   < svts,household of R CROSS 1881 >                 | |ADDISON                          |
                      |        ag.lab                 | |1823GtC,lab.                     |
                      |                               | |                   Philip        |
                 George^                              | 3d                  BRETT lab. |
                 2Q56StO-?2Q1933Epping                |           21.4.48     |           |
                 draper’s porter                   Louis/Lewis ======= Jane               |
                 =10.9.91York              19.2.23StO-1Q1907TD      StO     1827-         |
                 |Elizabeth WILSON                ag.lab.1848;       |      2Q56TD        |
                 |1860Londesborough- Lit.Bentley 1861,81;            |                    |
                 |1Q1921Leeds                  shopkeeper 1886       |                Mary
                 |in Headingley 1901        back to a lab.1901       |        7.12.43StO=
                 |                                                   |             Joseph
      ------------------------------                                 |          GUILDERS
    |            |          |          |                             |             dealer
 George       Samuel      James      Wilson                          |        s.of Aaron
 Frederick Joseph         William 3Q1900                             |
 7.8.92       4Q95York- 4Q96         Leeds                      --------------
 Bradford     1Q96York    Leeds                     4Q77      |                 |
 =1Q14Leeds                     Eliza[beth]Ann’@ ====== John                Mary Jane
 |RAINSFORTH               1854/5Ramsey, Hunts- Poplar 3.9.54StO-           21.7.50StO
 |                                    2Q1909Poplar    |    21.1.08#
 Irene                                                |    boiler wood pulp mill 1891
 3Q1914Leeds-                      ------------------|     docks lab.Poplar
 3Q1957Leeds                     |                    |
                           Edith Mary A        Florence Emma
                           3Q78Bow             3Q82Cubitt Town-
                           =2Q04Poplar         2Q1927Bromley(Kent),;svt Croydon 1901
                                               or =4Q12Poplar,WALLACE

^ Convicted of stealing mushrooms [ES,22.11.1872]. He enlisted in the West
Riding Regiment in May 1873 and served 21 years, including fourteen years in
India 1875-1889, emerging with a Long Service and Good Conduct Medal awarded
on 18.1.1892 [TNA,WO97/3509]. He was serving in Fulford Barracks, York in
1891.

¬ ag.lab; in 1811 in GtClacton sharing with John JOHNSTON and 2m 5f juveniles
@ candidate for Annie aged 49 b.Ramsey, in Cambridge 1901

Mary 1810/15Essex, servant in Beaumont with Moze 1841; possibly the Mary 1813
given 1 mo. for larceny at Colchester Quarter Sessions 26.3.1845


                                       3Q65
                       Hannah Maria ========== Frederick Melville BROOKES
                     1Q45Gt Clacton Colchester 1838Loughborough Leics.
                  svt St Osyth 1861     |
                                        |
                                      3s.2d




Essex Mortlocks                              72                            RJHG Sep 2010
St.Osyth(StO)(2) & Grimsby                                          [RD Tendring (TD)]
--------------------------                                           ----------------
                                          William COLE lab.
                                                  |
                                      4Q50        |        2.5.63
                   Abraham MORTLOCK ====(1)Elizabeth(2)====== William AINSBURY
                            +4Q60TD T|D          1820        StO \ 1817 Dovercourt
                                        |      GtBentley          \1881 ag.lab,StO bks
                                        |                          \
      ---------------------------------------------------            ?
    |            |                        |                     |      \
Elizabeth      Eliza                Abraham George`        Rosina        - Mary‘MORTLOCK’
23.8.51StO- 31.3.55StO              2Q57StO-               11.9.59StO 1Q63StO
13.10.53StO b.GtBentley-            4Q1934Grimsby          servant         (bp.28.6.63PL)
               4Q1936SWalden        hogner¬                WBulwick        svt Orsett1881
               1881 servant in      =4.82StO               | =6.84            | =4.4.85
               Wh.Hart,Orsett,      |Mary Anne`            | |Samuel Eli | StJas.GY
               housekeeper in       |HARRIS                | |GRIGGS          | Harry
               Brightlingsea 1901 |1861StO-3Q1934          | |of StO          | ANGOER
                                    |N.Kesteven,           | |(b.30.8.63 | ?AINGER
`txcribed MARTLOCK 1901             |Lincs                 | |Milden,         |
                                    |                      | |Suffolk)        |
    --------------------------------------------           | |                |
  |            |         |        |            |    | ?    | |               Ernest Frank
William^` Kate          Ada     Alice` Frank~ |Emily | |                    31.5.1884StO-
George       Elizabeth 3Q86GY- GertrudeHarold |Ada         | Samuel              3Q1938CO
17.5.83StO 4Q84GY       4Q98GY 4Q88GY 9.90GY |3Q01GY | Charles                    1Q1914=
=2Q04        =4Q1905            =3Q07GY =4Q12GY|           | 4.3.88(b.87) (Kingston)
|(StJasGY) |(Croydon)                       |Gertrd|       |                        Kate
|Alice Ann |George Wm                       |SMITH |      George                  ANGIER
|1883        |SONGHURST                     |    Jannice 11.8.81StO
|SMITH       |                              |    1892GY   lab.GtClacton 1901
|          1s.2d Croydon 1911               |    =1Q13GY =4Q10TD
|                                           |     STEEL    Hannah NEWALL
William George                              ?
1Q05GY-                       < ---- > |----------------
16.6.06Cleethorpes cemy                     |        |        |
                                       Ada A     Leslie H Vera
                                       1Q12GY 4Q13GY       2Q14GY

^ fish house lab.1901; cpl RASC motor transport WW1; 78,Corporation Rd
  Grimsby; at sea WW2(NY 29.4.41)
~ sgt 13batt.94bde RFA WW1; of 144,Castle St Grimsby
¬ fisherman 1901; 2nd hand HMS Pekin (trawler/minesweeper) WW1;
  of 31,Hildyard St Grimsby

The drifter HMS Benarchie (Skipper GW MORTLOCK RNR)(?George Walter b.3Q1905
Grimsby)(clearly taken up from trade with her civilian crew) was in the
Grimsby minewseeping force in 1940 [see TNA, ADM208/3 Red List 20.9.40].

John 1836-1.3.44StOsyth                                Charlotte +28.5.41StOsyth,inf


Tendring RD(not found in St Osyth PR)(& see Ongar,& blacksmiths(Woodditton(4))
-----------
Maria+3Q47TD    James+1Q1840Tendring RD    Lucy+2Q50TD   Lucy Taylor+4Q50TD

Charlotte =4Q37Tendring, Joseph WEBB/Joseph SALMON/Joseph TIVERTON,o.s.2x Mary
Lucy      =4Q42Tendring, Wm BIRD/Wm THOMPSON o.s.Susanna

Emma Newman 4Q43TD       f.3Q50TD     m.2Q54TD




Essex Mortlocks                             73                           RJHG Sep 2010
Peldon(PL)                                                     [RD Lexden(LX)]
-------                                                          -------------
see Haverhill, Suffolk, for possible origins of Peldon Mortlocks
                                                                 Thomas BAKER
                                  15.5.1654                            |
  MORTLOCK ========(1)Elizabeth(2)=========(2)William PETLY(1)====== ---
                                   Lexden

                     6.6.1726
            Richard ======== Sarah STAMMERS
                     Kelvedon
                          ?
                          |     25.9.1752
                     Richard ========= Hannah SMITH both of Ousey Farm, Fobbing
                                  Fobbing                                      (nr Thurrock)
                                     |      15.10.1793
                                  Richard ========== (H)Ann(ah) YOUNG
                              17.8.1763-       P|L        ca.1767-
                            18.12.1825PL        |         28.10.1853PL
         settlement exam 1793 P/LWR2            |
         settlement exam 1801 P/LWR3            | ~ lodging Crown Inn, Rayleigh 1841
                                                |     son of‘Emma’1770DArcy(?), wid,1851
      --------------------------------------------------------------------
    |          |            |             |         |             ?         |           |
Hannah      Richard~ William           John       Isaac        Mary Ann James        Elizabeth
11.7.94PL 19.2.95- 1794/7-             6.3.1803 23.10.08- 1809PL- +15.4.12 18.4.13PL
            6.11.67 20.4.60PL             |       12.10.77 23.12.87 inf.            =19.4.41PL
            at the     lab.               |           |        at the               (2)William
            Lexden & |=                   V           V        Union                  lab.s.of
            Winstree |Deborah          +4.pp       next        Stanway          Jas BRADBROOKE
            Union      |                           page        bur.PL                   lab.of
            Home,      |1797Fingringhoe-                                      Colchstr S.Giles
            Stanway |15.7.53PL of ague & fever
                       |
  --------------------------------------------------------------------------
|     |            |        |   |       |                    |            |                 |
| Isaac@           |        |   | Elizabeth           Sarah Anne^ George@~!               Jane^
| 1829?            |     John | =16.2.57PL            13.6.41PL       2.5.30PL-         1838PL
| bp.4.12.32-      |     1824 | Reuben                =8.5.64PL          2Q1910     bp.13.6.41
| 13.8.39PL        |        |   | s.of                  Elijah       Colchester     21.5.60PL=
| (brain fever) |           V   | James                 TRAYLER          drover           John
|                  |     next | WILLSMER                s.of            Copford       HARVEY~
|                  |     page | farm bailiff            John lab.           1881     lab.s.of
|                  |            |                                           unm.    John lab.
William@`        James’^      Charles^
1831PL-          1832PL       1835PL
31.5.87WV          |            |                               ~ ?groom in W Mersea 1861
farmer             V            V
30a @ WV         +2.pp        +3.pp                             ` killed by horse kick [ES]
bp.4.12.32
coachman in Amesbury,Wilts 1861

NB how the children are baptised in two main batches -
@ William,Isaac & George were all baptised together 4.12.32
  plus note of ‘James [presumably d.inf] & Alice baptised sometime since’

^ James, Charles, Sarah Anne & Jane all baptised 13.6.41

~ in 1851 Harvey is living in Isaac’s (n.p.) house as ‘son in law’ (archaic
  usage for stepson)

! George accused of stealing a heifer at Colchester but discharged 20.10.1877
  [ES]



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Peldon(PL)(2) & Wivenhoe(WV)                                             [RD Lexden(LX)]
-------------------------                                                  -------------
                      previous page
                                 |    29.11.1831PL             witn.William & Elizabeth
                             `Isaac ============ Mary Ann OSBORNE
          1/23.10.1808PL-6.10.77PL           |        ?1814/7-2Q1938EssexSW
husbandman 1830s;lab.1840s;higgler 1867|
                                             |
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|     |           |          |          |      |          |            |     |         |
| Isaac        George      Elijah       | William       Emma~        Ann     |       Julia
| 13.5.32PL- 7.5.34PL- 27.11.36PL | 29.12.39- 25.12.42PL 1844PL | 18.6.48PL
| 1Q1910LX     10.11.98PL    |          | 3.11.57PL |                        | nursemaid
| ag.lab          |          V          | of typhus | =2Q65LX                |        1861
| (1)=1Q56LX      V        +2.pp        |               | |Abraham           |   21.9.67=
|                next                  Sarah       Abraham |GREEN          Rosa     Henry
|                page            21.4.39PL-        William |of             Emma   PULLEN
| (2)=4Q78LX                       13.1.42PL 28.9.62PL- |Mersea        (Rosina) lab.s.of
|       Susannah/Hannah HARVEY                   ?9.4.66PL |          5.10.45PL     Elijah
|       1852PL                                              |      3Q70LX=     |    witn.
|                                                        7s&d                  |  Hannah
| ?same as Isaac 1840PL in PL 1901                               ------------| & Rosina
|                                                              |               |
| ~ svt Colchester 1861                                 Elijah John Rosina Mary
|                                                       25.10.63PL-      30.8.68PL
Benjamin                                                  26.3.64PL      [reg3Q67]
1830Essex                                                                   3Q91LX=

` fined for fighting 1858; concussion of spine 1861; crushed left foot in
accident with threshing machine 18.9.68 [Essex Standard]


                       previous page                Daniel BAKER lab.
                                   | 9.10.1847PL      |
                                 John =========== Sarah
           1825PL-9.12.79PL;ag.lab.        |        1828PL-4Q1907LX;needlewoman
                                           |
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| |     |            |         |     |          |          |        |    |        |
| | Joanna     William         | Charles     George      Alice      |    |      Laura
| | 20.3.53PL 26.10.55PL       | Henry       26.5.61PL 24.2-        |    | 17.3.70PL
| | =2Q73LX    (?b.1853)-      | 24.4.59PL-     |        5.3.63PL |      |      2Q96=
| |            ?1Q1931Hendon | 3Q1912           V                   |    | Colchstr
|Mariana~      lab.Canning Rd | Edmonton      +4.pp              Jessie |
|26.1.51PL     Islngtn 1881    |                             29.3.69PL- |
|              =             Phoebe@                      1Q1916Barnet |
|                Ann         28.6.57PL                       seamstress |
|                1856Linton =16.9.96PL                                  Deborah
|                Cambs        Edw.Jas                                   31.7.64PL
John                          RIXON                                     svt PL 1881
24.12.48PL^-                  1869 inspector
?1Q98Chelsea                  s.of Jas coachman
                              witn.Jessie&George

~ in 1861 living with her aunt Elizabeth BRADBROOK(E)

^ John, a 5’6”, 33” chest labourer, enlisted in 1868 at Westminster in 16th
Foot (as MARTLOCK) in 1868 and served 21 years as a private, including eight
in Burma from where he was sent home sick in 1880 (see his medical record),
and time in Ireland and Scotland. Awarded Long Service and Good Conduct medal
[TNA,WO97/3509/95]. Domestic servant in Rugby 1891.

@ servant at Boston House College, Chiswick (as ‘MORDLOCK’) 1881



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Peldon(PL)(3)                                                           [RD Lexden(LX)]
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                           previous page
¬ ?arr.Boston 28.5.1903             |      4Q56LX
   SS Saxonia                    ~George ====== Sarah Maria AUSTIN
                  7.5.1834PL-10.11.98PL        |   1832Fingringhoe-31.3.94PL
                                  ag.lab       |   tailoress
                                               |
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| |             |     |    |      |      |         |        |          |          |     |
|George     ¬Charles |     |      | Henrietta Emma        George    Benjamin      | Mary
|Wm           Robert |     |      | Letitia      Maria William’ Walter!           |    Ann
|27.2. 31.3.61PL- |        |      | 13.8.67PL 2Q69PL 29.10.71 5.1.74-             |30.12.
|59PL-                |    |      | servant      (bp.18     |       23.12.31#     | 77PL
|3.8.61PL@ ag.lab/ |       |      |              10.70)     V       lab/horseman/|
|           shepherd |     |      |              svt in +2.pp       mkt gardener |
|           Hadleigh |     |      |              Nrwich             =30.6.00StO |
|               1901 |     |      |              1891               |Matilda ANN |
|                     |    |      |              =1Q92              |BAKER        |
George       Elizabeth     Eva    |               (Norwich)         |1879      Alfred
Samuel       Deborah       Thirza |               Leonard PECK/ |Mersea        Morris/
/Alfred      1Q63PL        5.4.63 |               Thos Wm           |d.of      Maurice%
23.11-       <---- twins ----> |                  STANDLEY          |Hy Edw. 16.3.76PL
27.11.57PL =2Q95LX 27.6.85PL= |                                     |shepherd bricklayer
                   Albert CROWE |                      ------------|           Felixstowe
                     bricklayer |                    ?              |          1901 then
          s.of George,waterman |              Eva Grace L     Florence Ethel builderNfk
                                  |           2Q02TD-2Q08TD 26.5.03StO         =4Q04Norch
   @of abscess on head            |                                               |
                                  |      4Q88LX                            Francis Morris
                         Nathan Samuel ====== Maria                               |
                    6.11.64PL-1Q1913CO      |     1865Langenhoe                 Keith of
   blacksmith’s lab.Fingringhoe 1901        |     tailoress               Swardeston Nfk
                                            |
      -----------------------------------------------------------------
    |           |        |            |              |              |           |
  Lily       Ernest George^       Gertrude       William         Victoria     Annie
  Grace      Sidney Frederick Maud               Nathan          Florence     5.8.00
  24.2.89PL 1Q89LX 12.7.92        8.10.94        20.10.95PL- 23.8.97          Fingringhoe
  <--- twins ----> Langenhoe Langenhoe           3Q1906LX        Fingringhoe
  =3Q17LX,SMITH
                     % sapper RE WW1; of 16 Shipston Rd Norwich [TNA,WO363/M2030]

                             Harriett [?is this Henrietta Letitia?]
                                 |
                           Bertie Lewis = Isabella1887
    31.7.87PL-4Q1913Sculcoates(nr Hull) |
servant Beverley 1901;‘g.son of George’ |------------------------
                                        |                         |
                                 William Alfred W           George H
                                 4Q07Sculcoates-3Q1931Hull 3Q10Sculcoates
? pilotage service apprentice, Mercantile Marine medal WW1
in Bridlington 1919

Elizabeth Maud 3.91PL-19.5.92(¬ in PR);‘g.dau.of George’1891

^ Frederick George (or George Frederick) was a carman in Fingringhoe when he
enlisted in the Rifle Brigade 20.11.1915. On 17.8.17 he was wounded in the
thigh and upper arm [PRO,WO363/M2030].

~ George of Peldon, 14 d.hard labour for begging 4.1.86 & 4.11.92[ES]
! Walter (?this one?) case dismissed for indecency in New St Chelmsford
16.8.1895 after his defender pointed out the ‘inadequate provision of places
of accommodation’.


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Peldon(PL)(4)                                                       [RD Lexden(LX)]
---------                                                            -------------
                                 -3.pp
                                    |   4Q62
                               Charles ======= Elizabeth’
                   1834/7PL-23.6.87WV# Clchstr 1841Old Heath(Colchester)-
         miller, Rectory Rd steam mill    |      9.12.14WV#
                                          |
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   |          |         |    |    |       |    ’    |       |      |      |    |
Elizabeth Emily       Eliza | Ellen     Charles Emma      Albert Ethel    | Ella
1862BS     3Q64BS-    4Q65BS | Bessie   William Jane      Edward Hannah   | Mary
           21.1.36WV# svt in | 4Q69WV- 2Q70WV- 4Q73WV- 3Q75WV Y           |       B
           unm. of    Saxmndm| 1Q1934LX >1946     4Q32LX -2Q46 1Q80WV- |2Q86WV
           MillHo.WV 1901    | svt in   grist     unm.    Colchr 2Q1923LX | 4Q06=
           dressmaker   ?    | Saxmundm miller                            |    LX
           Colchester        | 1901     1917                              |
           1901              |                                       Elsie Ada
                           Edith                                        3Q82WV
BS=Brightlingsea }         1867WV-20.2.42WV#                draper’s asst CO 1901

(?plus)Ethel Mary1888/9 =4Q10Lexden, Edwin John DIXON 1888/9


                                -2.pp                  Henry MOSS, lab.
                                  |        25.12.58PL     |
         Louisa =========(?2)Elijah^(?1)========== Hannah
          1835-                1837PL-         |       1838Cressing-29.11.94PL
1Q1910Lewisham           2Q1926Lewisham        |       tailoress
                               ag.lab.         |               ^ on his own, widower
                                               |                  in Peldon 1901
     ------------------------------------------------------
   |                |             |              |              |
Isabella          Laura         Emily Maria Arthur William Flora
29.5.59PL         31.7.64PL     29.8.69PL    26.7.74PL        9.6.80PL(bp.27.6)-
=16.2.78LX        1881          =1Q99StGHSq (?b.29.5.74)- 3.2.74Spokane
 Geo Alfred       servt in      |John Wm     3.1964NYork      Bronx NY1900
 KING 1858        EDonyland; |COOKSON        of Nassau NY     (1)=17.10.00Manhattan
 lab.s.of Wm Jas svt Claife |1875Putney (Manhattan1900)             Frank O BANTA
                  Lancs 1891 |               =Hannah          (2)=18.10.04Manhattan
                              John Mortlock 1883NY                  Charles ENGELMANN
                            1900Camberwell                    (3)=15.4.06WhitmanWA
                  family in Lewisham 1901                         |Edward Burns
                                                                  |MORGAN
                                                                  |7.12.71Mo-
                                                                  |31.7.38RosaliaWA
                                                                  |
                                                                  3s
                         -2.pp
                            |           1Q1896
  George William/William George(1)========== Juliet Frances JONES
             29.10.71PL-2Q1950CO      Colchester 1871CO-1Q03CO
 bricklayer1901,motor eng’r1931
                of Atterbury, CO        4Q1903
                                  (2)========== Kate PLUME
                                      Colchester
                                           |
                              ----------------------------------------------
                            |           |          |        |           |         |
                         George       Nathan   Albert    Basil       Percy     Elsie
                         Bramwell William Charles W                  John
                         4Q04CO       4Q05CO   4Q09CO    2Q12CO      1Q14CO-89
                                                                        |
                            his tree fm Tony M’s website-> Richard Adrian


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Peldon(PL)(5)                                                               [RD Lexden(LX)]
---------                                                                    -------------
                                          William MOOR lab.
                    -4.pp                  & Mary-Ann RUSE             William CLARK butcher
                      |         4.12.1832PL       |           10.3.71PL        |
               John MORTLOCK ===========(1)Mary Ann(2)========= William pensioner
  6.3.03PL-14.5.70PL;lab.           |          RUSE              witn.
fined 1s. for allowing            witn.        1813PL            Robert & Fanny
his donkey to               William & Elizabeth                  MORTLOCK
stray 30.1.66[ES]                   |
                                    |
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------
|     |    |            |           |   |         |   |              |                      |
|     | Ellen~      Sarah(Susan`) | Agnes         | Arthur         Robert`¬            Frances
|     | 1839PL      7.9.43PL        | 27.7.45PL | 19.4.47PL William                  25.5.56PL
|     | =4Q62       bp.12.10.45     | =4Q66LX% |        |          28.8.53PL-            “c/o”
|     | Little                      |             |     V          19.3.81PL          Ebenezer
|     | Wigborough                  |             | +2.pp                               COWELL
|     |                             |             |                Martin         London, 1881
|     | Geo.KING lab.               |             |                RADFORD lab.        =4Q89LX
|     |           |     18.3.54     |             |       6.4.63     |
|     |   Frederick ======= Susannah          Mary Ann ====== John lab.
| Sarah`         lab. Peldon 26.5.33PL 14.5.37PL Peldon
| 1Q41LX-                                      ?svt in              ` BMD txcribed MORDLOCK
| 1Q42LX                                Abberton 1861               ~ svt Colchester 1861
|                4Q57                             |
Peter =============== Sarah                  Mariana
1833PL-      Bethnal Grn 1834BbB-            31.1.58PL
3Q84Stepney       |          3Q1919          =4Q85LX
carmanBbB         |          Shoreditch
mechanic 1861 |                                      {BbB=Bromley by Bow[RD Poplar(PO)]
                  |
     -----------------------------------------------------------------------
   |         |            |       |   |         |              |           |              |
Emily     Ellen         William | Hannah      Elizabeth Deborah           Ruth          Walter
?Camden 14.6.59PL 3Q60PO- | 4Q66BbB- 1Q69BbB                 3Q71PO       3Q73BbB         2Q77
?svt      =3Q76PO       4Q63PO    | 3Q82PO    =4Q87PO        =4Q90^       =1Q94      Limehouse
Fulham     Edgar                  |                           Stepney      Stepney hammerman
1901       PALMER              Mary Ann                                            4Q96Poplar=
           1846                3Q64Poplar                    Georgina Sarah E/K SHELDRAKE|
           Stowmarket Sfk                             1874Poplar-4Q1918PO(of BbB 1901)|
           customs officer                                                                    |
                                                            -----------------------------|
^ to Charles KERRY                                        |             ?                     |
   b.1867Lexden                                      Ellen       Walter Peter Walter Edgar
                                                     1Q98PO 3Q99PO                    2Q1903PO

% Agnes married Samuel ABBOTT. She died 1877 in Durham whither he and Samuel
had gone to work in the coal mines (this info from Mark Hindle).

¬ Robert, drunk & riotous in Peldon 26.12.72[ES]. As a 5’6” & 37” chest
labourer, enlisted in the Royal Artillery in 1877 and went out to India in
1878 where he served 3 months for desertion. He was invalided home in 1879
permanently disabled and unable ‘to earn his livelihood in civil employ’
[TNA,WO97/1819/56].

Hannah 1851Peldon-3Q1913Colchester, laundress PL 1901
Mary 1855Peldon-9.6.1940#Palmers Green[Edmonton RD],unm.cook in Willesden 1881

Agnes M 1897-3Q1929Lexden




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Peldon(PL)(6)                                                   [RD Lexden(LX)]
---------                                                        -------------
                               -4.pp
                                 V                 --------------------
                                 |    1Q69       |                      ?
                               James ======= Susan LEVETT               -
               1834PL-18.6.99Hornsey EdmtnRD 1849SteepleBstd            |
        lab;in Layer de la Haye 1861    |    ?+1874/91              Ann LEVETT
                                        |        :                   1860SpB
       ---------------------------------|
     |                    |             |
Alice Susan      Elizabeth Maud William James’               }in W Ham 1911
1Q70Tottenham    2Q72Tottenham   2Q74Tottenham[RD Edmonton] )with Rosina
=3Q89Edmonton                    motor engineer              }& Frederick
 Moses Isaiah RANSON             =2Q01Edmonton
 1867Tottenham,                  |Rosina HARVEY1876-?1Q1930Woodbridge
 paperhanger                     |
                             Frederick 2Q02Edmonton

                                                :
                                      4Q99      :
                  Charles MORTLOCK ======== Susan MORTLOCK
                        1855Peldon- StOlave 1853Sudbury-
               4Q1938Bethnal Green Southwrk 4.12.1908Bermondsey#
builder’s excavator,Bermondsey1901          execr William James motor engr
(variously ‘estimator’)

                                -4.pp           Thomas WYNCOTT,lab.
                                  |   7.11.91     |
                              George ========= Lucy
                  26.5.61PL-2Q1929LX Langenhoe 1871Lagenhoe-1Q1929LX
        stockman then poultry dealer     |
   of Rolls Farm cottages, Pete Tye      |
                                         |
       -------------------------------------------------------
     |                     |                  |                |
Grace May            Arthur George~      Percy William¬     Stanley
13.8.93Langenhoe     15.3.1896PL         3Q98PL-            11.1900PL-
                                         14.3.1915France    ?3Q1944Colchester
                     =15.4.1916          pte 2/Northants
                     |(Tottenham}        kia Neuve Chapelle
                     |Mabel SMALL/SAVILL
                     |
             Kathleen Mabel 4.1.17Tottenham

~ a newsagent’s assistant, he enlisted in the RGA in 1917 [PRO,WO363/M2030
  After the war he went up to Pembroke College, Oxford (BA 1922) and, after
  ordination, served in India 1929-42. In 1948 he was inducted as vicar of
  Sherborne with Windrush, Oxon [see Crockford’s].

¬ http://www.geocities.com/abbertonroh/mortlock.htm




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Peldon(PL)(7) & Bromley by Bow                                   [RD Lexden(LX) & Poplar(PO)]
------------------------------                                    --------------------------
                                    -2.pp
                                      |        3Q72
                                    Arthur ======= Amelia(Molly)ADKINS
                      19.4.47PL-1Q1915PO Stepney 1852Merton Surrey-
  chemical lab. Bromley by Bow 1881                |      2Q1929PO
                          docks lab.1901           |                    {BbB=Bromley by Bow
                                                   |                    {RDPoplar(London)(PO)]
      -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    |       |     |       |             |               |      |    |      |     |     |      |
Arthur      | Alice      Ada        Charlotte Florrie |Benjamin | Sarah |                    Lily
William     | 1875BbB Jane          Agnes            10.1880 |1884BbB |1892BbB | Lavinia
3Q73PO      | svt BbB 2Q76PO- 2Q78PO-                Bromley |dock lab |               |   1Q93PO
?b.      Amelia 1901 4Q1933PO ?1Q1908                by Bow    |BbB1901 |          Albert
Merton     Jane          1901 svt Kensington =4Q05             |           |     1Q90PO-
    | 4Q74PO-            Paddngtn waitress            Poplar Annie      George     1Q91PO
    V    2Q75PO                     1901                      1880BbB 1887BbB
    V                          V
                               V
                               |            25.12.95
                        Arthur William ========= Sarah Anna Jane DAVIS
                       3Q73Poplar-1952 StGabriel 1874
        21 Goodliffe St Poplar 1918            BbB
                                                 |            (*Rippleside cemetery,Barking)
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |               |            |        |    |          |       |                 |    |      |
Arthur          Herbert¬      Charles^ | Henry Emma            Ernest            John |       Ivy
William         1Q00Poplar Thomas         | Robert 3Q06           4Q08 3Q12Poplar- | Ethel
4Q96Poplar-                   2Q02PO- | 2Q04           Poplar Poplar         16.4.41* | Lilian
1963Barking* =                1967*       | Poplar                    =            kia | 1917-
=4Q16Poplar      Matilda B =              |               Selina May (firewatcher) |         1999
 Emma M          PAVITT        Mary       |                  STARKEY                  = |
 WHALEY          1900-85       JAMES      |                  1909-91       Lilian E      |
                                          |                                              |
                             6.1920       |             ?1961                            |
William George BOWLES ======(1)Mary Jane(2)===== Frank                              Lavinia
                      +1955    |      2Q98Poplar-                                   (Winnie)
                               |     1974Teddington                                 1915-31
                          Mary Jane

^ had shop at 43 Crown St Dagenham
¬ Herbert was conscripted into the Rifle Bde 5.4.18 and discharged 10.2.19
‘unfit, poor physique from childhood’ & ‘has always been small’(as if it was
his fault!) Called up and spat out in fact. [TNA, WO364]


           James MODLOCK             Robert WILLIS {& see Lambeth & Southwark
    1792-3Q69Rochford RD               |
                  |       6.9.1839     |
               Elizabeth ======== Robert
                          Wivenhoe mariner
                             |
                         Mary Ann = Joseph James BRUCE, master mariner
                 25.7.57Wivenhoe | 4.7.59St Osyth
                                   V
                                   V
                           Robert Bruce AUSTIN (see www.mortlock.info)

Ella MODLOCK 1869Wivenhoe, ‘lady help’ in Hampstead 1901




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Latchingdon(LT), Purleigh(PRL), Cold Norton(CN), Maldon(MN)& Chelmsford(CM)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
(& see Ridgewell, & Hempstead; & Haverhill, Glemsford(5), Shimpling(1),
 Bury St Edmunds(4),& Lawshall(4), Suffolk)

John M’ a juror in Chelmsford midsummer 1589 (?of Birdbrook)
Thomas = 1603 Chelmsford, Ann PAKE
Ann    = 1678 Burnham, John CHALTERS
Robert = 2.2.1780 Burnham, (2)Sarah FARRANCE botp
Elizabeth =29.11.1819PRL, John HATCH

                                        John ======= Hannah
                         1763-4-21.1.45PRL        |       1771-25.5.47PRL
                                                  |
       ------------------------------------------------------------
     |             |              |               |        |                      |
Hannah         William           Susannah         |     Mary                   Emma
3.5.1801LT 29.4.04LT             15.6.11LT        |     1808-2.3.1878MN#       1804Essex
               =8.11.28PRL =28.9.29PRL            |     (+Bradwell on Sea) in family 1841
               |Jane NASH         John WILLIE |                                   ?
               |<1808                             |                            Marian
               |                                  |                            28.6.1840
             Lucy 2.5.30PRL                       |                            High Ongar
             (b.Latchingdon)                      |
                                    27.9.28       |             30.4.1837
                             Sarah =======(1)Richard(2)========= Susan(na)
                             HATCH Purleigh 15.6.06LT- C.|Norton M/HARDLOCK
                 1804-23.1.35CN         |       2Q76MN lab. |              1817Downham-
                                        |                         |        10.10.62PRL(?26?)
     -------------------------------------                        |
   |                   |                            |             | {LT=Latchingdon
John              Hannah                       Mary Ann’          | {CN=Cold Norton (nr CM)
2.11.28CN         Susannah                     2.6.33CN           | {PRL=Purleigh
   |              17.4.31CN                     3Q52MN=           |
   V              cook in           James PERRYMAN’|              | {Wickford is nr Billericay
next page         Rayleigh 1861                         |         |
                  =3.10.61Rayleigh                    2s.2d       |
                   (2)John Alfred lab. s.of                       |
                         Samuel PRIER lab.                        |
                                                                  |
   -----------------------------------------------------------------------
 |      |            |         |     |          |             |             |              |
 | Susan          Emma         | Robert      James         Sarah          Joseph         Alice
 | 15.12.39- 6.6.41PRL | Richard Arthur                    30.11.51PRL 30.3.56        24.4.59
 | 23.6.42PRL =26.9.61 | 30.4.45 8.8.48PRL =29.10.70                      Mundon-     Mundon-
 |                 (Mundon) | Purleigh -2Q1919               (Mundon)     <-- [RD Maldon]- ->
Eliza              George      |     |       Greenwich Alfred            5.11.58MN 5.11.71MN
7.1.38PRL          MARTIN      |     V       brewer’s        NICHOLLS
                               |    next     porter
                               |    page     =4Q79Poplar
                           William           |Rosina Ann KNIGHT
                           3.3.44PRL         |1855Walworth-9.3.1943Brockley#
                           ?see Devon        |
                                          Lydia Rose       } see also, speculatively,
                                       3Q82Mile End        } births & associated
Mary+2Q58Maldon RD                         3Q05MEnd=       } deaths in Camberwell

Lucy 1779 Latchingdon-4Q51Chelmsford, servant in Chelmsford 1851

John 1803-13.8.68Latchingdon, ‘a poor man of Althorne’ killed by lightning.
Possibly the ‘aged labourer’ given 14 days for stealing mangel wurzels
20.10.65 [Essex Standard].




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Chelmsford(CM) & Maldon(MN)(2)             {Rnl=Runwell(nr Billericay)[RD Chelmsford]
---------------------------
                               previous page        Richard = Sarah
                                       V              WHITE | 1795Rayleigh
                                       |     ?1855           | blind in 1871
                                     John ===== Mary-Ann
  2.11.28ColdNorton-?1Q1925Orsett RD           |    28.7.39Runwell-
          ag.lab.in Wickford 1881,1901         |    3Q95Billericay RD
           on his own in Wickford 1901         |
drunk i/c of a horse at Chelmsford 16.2.94[ES]
                                               |
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  |             |            |             |            |        |             |
Sarah        Martha       Jane           Dick        John        |         (H)est(h)er
Elizabeth 8.11.57CM       Emily          4.8.61Rnl 12.7.63Rnl |                   Emily
16.1.56CM- ?=2Q75CM       8.1.60Rnl ?+<1871          [reg.2Q]- |             8.6.66Rnl
2Q56CM                    =1Q87                      1Q64CM      |                4Q94=
                            Billericay                           |         Billericay
                                                    1Q87         |
                               Louisa ELSDON ======== Henry William
                      1869-1Q1935RochfordRD B’rcy RD 7.4.65Runwell-1Q1923Edmonton
                                                      |     gas worker Shoeburyness
                                                      |
      ----------------------------------------------------------------
    |               |                |                  |          |           |
Daisy             James          Thomas          Frederick      Violet      Bernard
Annie             Arthur         William         Charles^       Evelyne     Henry
6.11.87Wck        11.4.89Wck-    30.6.91Wck 2Q94Rochfd- 4Q97Rochfd 4Q1900Rochfd
svt S.Shoebury 1Q1930            =1Q12Rochfd 1Q46Rochfd
1901              Orsett RD      |DWIGHT         brickfield lab.
=4Q09Rochford =4Q13Orsett        |               =3Q18Rochfd         {Wck=Wickford
                   COTTIS        |---------        BURDER            [RDBillericay(BC)]
                                 |             |
                             Elsie M       Thomas M
                             3Q12Rochfd 3Q14Rochfd

^ Frederick Charles (born 5.1893 according to the Army), enlisted in the Essex
Regt 13.12.1915, but was discharged in May 1916 because of pre-existing osteo-
arthritis incurred from falling off a cart in 1911.

                     previous page
                           |           4Q69MN              4Q99MN
                      Robert Richard ======(1)Maria(2)====== John NEWELL
         30.4.45PRL-2.10.75LexdenRD       |       1853MN
see narrative at head of this section|          pea sorter ^discharged Beds&Herts Rgt
                                          |                     for enlisting under age
       ---------------------------------------------------------                28.4.15
     |                         |                                       |
 Ernest                        |            1Q97MN                   Lilian
 Robert                Herbert William ========= Gertrude            Mary
 3Q-3Q70MN        3Q72MN;foundry lab.         |       RIDGEWELL      2Q75MN
             16Ch.St,StMary’s MN 1901         |       1876S.Church- =2Q99MN
   driver,RASC WW1[PRO,WO363/M2030]           |       2Q1927Maldon
                                              |
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   |            |          |         |          |          |         |            |
Leslie       Herbert    Aubrey     Victor     Ivy        Herbert Elsie           Harold
Robert^      Stanley    Leonard    Norman     May        William Lilian        Reginald
1Q98MN,lab 1Q-3Q99MN 20.5.00MN 9.6.01MN 6.8.03MN 8.3.06MN 1.3.07MN            18.3.14MN
postman,Manningtree 1938                                        postman, Gravesend 1939

Thomas JAVIS alias MORTLOCK, journeyman painter, 2 mo.hard labour for
deserting wife and 2 children at Heybridge 8.7.1876[ES]



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High Ongar etc                                     [RD Ongar(ON) & Epping(EP)]
--------------                                      -------------------------
(see also St Osyth; & the China Mortlocks, ‘William the Surveyor’;
 & Attleborough/Hingham(3), Norfolk)

                                      8.3.1791
                                John ========== Elizabeth DEED
                                     High Ongar
                                          |
    -----------------------------------|
  |                                       |   30.1.1819 ‘with consent of parents’
John                                  Thomas ========= Sophia PAINE
30.10.1796                      1798H.Ongar- NWealdBst 1800/4NWeald-
H.Ongar      ?2Q59Bermondsey;farmer & miller      |      2Q74EP
                                                  |
      -------------------------------------------------------------------
    |        | |     |        |         |              |    |      |          |
Thomas Mary | Charles William        Henry             | Sophia |         Catherine
6.2.20 Ann | 1822         Frederick 30.4.37H.Ongar- | 19.4.40 | 9.10.42H.Ongar
N.Weald |       |    |    13.3.1831 1Q39OngarRD        | H.Ongar |          3Q62EP=
Bassett |       |    V    Navestock                    |    |      |
  |        V    | +2.pp       |                        |    V Matilda
  V        X    |             V                        |    Y 2Q40
next          Emma C          V                  Elizabeth
page            |                                1834High Ongar
                V                                visiting her brother Thomas 1851
                Z
                                                              Caroline KERR
         James BASSETT                  V                     1798StAndrew Holborn
              farm lab.                 V                     victualler 1861(blind)
                   |    22.10.1854      |           1Q57         |
                Matilda ==========(1)William(2)=========== Louisa
             +1Q55Ongar All Souls Frederick Whitechapel 1838Hornchurch
                        Marylebone 13.3.1831-                 barmaid 1861
                            |       Navestock-                servant in
                            |       3Q1903WHam                London 1901
                            |       miller in
                        Frederick   Romford 1854&61           in 1861 had niece
                        William     millstone dresser         Amelia CROW with them
                        +1Q55Ongar Bethnal Green1881          (b.1832Clerkenwell)


                         Edward BOLTON
                    tallow chandler 1849
        V              drug sampler 1866            V
        X                      |                    Y
        |     1.4.1849         |         8.9.66     |
    Mary Ann ==========(?1)Charles(2)========== Sophia           }b.o.
Bobbingworth Shoreditch                Shoreditch dressmaker 1861}Shoreditch

             V
             Z
             |      1Q49
          Emma C ==========(2)Edward GROUNDWATER(1)=====           }   in 1851
1823Bobbingworth Bermondsey     1811HalsteadEsx      |             }   all in
 svt Epping 1841     |                               |             }   Shoreditch
                 Edward                           Matilda          }   with Charles
                 1850Peckham                      1839H.Ongar      }   & M-A BOLTON




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Ongar RD(ON) & Epping RD(EP)(2)
------------------------

                         previous page     ~ ‘inmate’ in S Weald 1871
                                V             patient in Watford Metropolitan
                     2Q45       |             District asylum, Leavesden 1881
  Emily Caroline ====== Thomas
       THOMPSON~      ON    6.2.19N.WealdBassett-26.11.84Leyton#[RD WHam]
1821Marylebone-        |    lodging in Stanford Rivers 1841;
2Q1906Brentford        |    in Bermondsey 1851; Dagenham 1855;
in Chiswick1901        |    corn dealer of Bosworth, Romford1861; miller 1854&81
                       |    Of 7 Shafton Rd South Hackney 1871 when he exhibited
                       |    a patent millstone dressing machine in Dublin
                       |    [Freeman’s Journal, Dublin 2.8.71]
                       |    Sought patent for potato peeler
                       |    [Glasgow Herald 11.6.74]
                       |
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------
|    |      |      |          |          |           |       |         |          |
| Julia     | Marion       Frederick Lilly        Thomas Frederick William       Mary
| Emily     | 4Q53RM       William     ?Gertrude 1Q59RM- Herbert    4Q64RM-       Ada
| 1Q49      | =4Q76HK 1Q55ON-          1Q56RM     4Q86    3Q61RM-   28.7.90    1Q73RM
| Bermndsy | Hackney 1Q55ON                       Hackney 1Q98      Hackney    ?d.inf
| =1Q72     | Joseph                              engnr/ Holborn    bur.
| Hackney | WILLIAMS                              turner cabinet    Abney Pk cemy
|           |                                             maker
Elizabeth Ernest’                                         (app.in     {RM=Romford RD
Joanna      1Q51Bermondsey                                StP 1881)
3Q46ON-          |                                        =2Q85
2Q55ON           V                                         Strand,London
                 V                                         Annie GASSON    (div.1895)
                                           1865Clapham, in Cheshunt on own means 1901

                                          V
                                          V
                                3Q76      |        4Q18
                  Helen HOLMES ======= Ernest’^ ========= Lillie HILLIER
   1852Paddington or 1849Kew- Sthwark 1Q51       Willesden 1875Battersea-
                3Q1918Uxbridge    |    Bermondsey-      |   7.9.1937Walworth#
               school mistress    |    2Q1924           |   dressmaker,Willesden
                                  |    TendringRD       |   1901
                                  |    rly clerk        |
                                  |                     |-----
      ---------------------------------------           |      ?
    ?                    |                    |      May    Dorothy
Marguerite     Annie Frances R[?uby] Beatrice Helen 1893         1894
1879Hampstead          2Q82Hampstead 2Q84Hampstead =3Q1913
caretaker          teacher in Bangor schoolteacher    Willesden,CLARKE
StGHSq 1901             N.Wales 1901 Willesden 1901
                         4Q04Hendon=

^ railway clerk W Hampstead 1881,4;
  assurance agent of 3,Laurel Terrace Cricklewood 1901.
  Appearances to the contrary, Lillie is clearly identified in the 1901 census
  as the wife of Ernest.




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----------------------------------------

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                                   |
                                Charles ======= Rachel’
                   9.6.22Bobbingworth-     |     1828Coopersale-3Q86EP
                         +17.11.1861#      |
     innkeeper “Halfway House” Ealing      |{all Harlow baptisms are at St Mary’s
                                           |
     ------------------------------------------------------------------------
   |             |           |               |            |          |           |
Thomas^       Charles     Frederick       Alfred      Elizabeth Frances       Ernest
John          Samuel      James           William     Ann         Sarah       Joseph
29.11.46      29.4.48     12.50           4Q53        6.5.55      2Q56          1Q58
Harlow        Harlow      Harlow          Harlow      Harlow      Harlow (bap.26.9)
bricklayer [reg.4Q]- (bap.18.5.51) (bap.              [reg.1Q]- =1Q82         Harlow
BethnalGrn 1Q53EP         chimney sweep 29.1.54)- 2Q1927EP        |Camberwell    |
1881                      Kensngtn 1891 1Q54Harlow                |Albert        V
+4Q1920WHam               =                                       |JARVIS       next
(1)=4Q72Mile End          |Sarah                                  |             page
     |Rosetta Mary N H    |1859Chelsea-3Q93EPreston Sx          2s.3d
     |1854Stepney-        |
     |3Q96Whitechapel William H
     |                  1886Borough(Southwark)
Charles Joseph~                                       ~ Charles and Christine may
1Q73Bow-7.4.1936#Brighton                               be the ‘C adult’ and ‘C 16’
of 6,Colbourne Ave Moulscomb 1925, then Bevendean arriving Montreal from
PO sorter Hendon 1901                                   Liverpool 1913
=3Q97Paddington
|Hilda Mary Maude McLEISH
|1873Marylebone, d.of William 1836Kerriemuir,Angus
|
|-----------------------------------------------------------
|                               |                  |              |
Christine Rosetta~       George Lucian     Wilfred Alban Monica Mary
4Q97Forest Gate[WHam] 1Q1900Hampstead 4Q06WHam              2Q08WHam
=4Q18Kensington
  AHANG
                   2Q98
^ Thomas John(2)==== Mary Ann Elizabeth BENNETT
           1846    WHam 1857-2Q1938Essex SW




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Harlow(2) [RD Epping(EP)(4)] & Paddington, London
-------------------------------------------------

                     previous page                        {CW = Camberwell, S.London
                           |             1Q82             {Pad = Paddington,London
                     Ernest Joseph ========== Louisa WHITE
   1Q58Harlow(bap.26.9)-2Q1906Pad Camberwell 1861Pad-4Q1933Kensington
       engineer S.Mary’s Hospital          |
                                           |
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|    |        |       | ?    |        |           |    |    |        ?       |      |
| Lily      John~     | | Ernest Henry        William¬ | Rose      Joseph Philip |
| Jane      1882Lon | | Joseph George 5.89Pad | Louisa             Charles Charles |
| 21.10.82 draper’s | | 1888-       2Q89Pad fitter     | 3Q92Pad 3Q-        7.1900 |
| Peckham porter      | | 28.12.93              ?      | =3Q1911 3Q98Pad Chelsea |
| =3Q05     1901      | | Pad^                  ? Willy Reigate              :      |
| Paddngtn            | |                5.91Paddington                   (twin)    |
|            Frederick Harold         A/Sgt 9Lancs WW1                       :      |
Ernest           Thomas Chapman     Merton,Surrey 1919               Clara Dorothy-|
Joseph             4Q84 1Q-2Q86         later decorator            4Q01Paddington- |
2Q87Pad-         <-Kensington->      4Q1910Marylebone=           1Q1917Paddington |
?21.2.18     hot water          Agnes Margaret NEARY|                               |
kia France       fitter         ?1892-4Q1927Uxbridge|                Albert Edward-
                2Q1910=                                |            4Q01Paddington
            Southwark|              ---------------------------
  Ada Virginia COOPER|            |                  |           |
        1887Southwark|         Ernest             Leonard      Willey
                      |        Joseph           Frederick     11.5.14
            Frederick J H      20.8.1910          14.8.12   Marylebone
            2Q11Southwark      Marylebone      Marylebone
                                                16.11.41=
                                      Sandylands,Lancs
          (d.of Walter H SCOTT journeyman)Ethel1907

¬ William enlisted in the Royal Fusiliers 14.9.1908.

~ ?John   =4Q1902Kensington,Jane McHARDY or Esther KERSLAKE, o.s.Alfred LINES

^ burned himself to death playing with matches and a candle on Boxing Night
[Huddersfield Daily Chronicle,4.1.94]

Sarah 1859-3Q1900EP

see Wethersfield (Joseph)
see also 1st marriage of Simon of Cambridge

for S Weald see Hundon(4), Suffolk
for Loughton, see Hundon(9), & Bury St Edmunds(4), Suffolk




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Downham(DM), Hadleigh(HL)& Cranham(Crm)                             [RDs Billericay(BC),
----------------------------------                                 Rochford&Romford(RM)]
(see also Peldon(3); NOT Downham(Nfk))                             --------------------

                                            21.4.1816
                       James ‘MURDLOCK’ =========(2)Martha BUTTON or BULLEN
                   1778-16.11.51Downham Downham            1787-8.8.64Downham
     ‘of Ramsden Bellhouse’ at death             |
                                                 |
     ------------------------------------------------------------------
   |             |                    |                                |           |
Mary          Susan                   |                              Martha     Hannah
24.8.16DM 18.10.18DM                  |      4Q53BC               21.5.21DM     16.9.27DM-
   |             |                 William ====== Susan       2Q49Lambeth=      4Q80Fulham
Henry            V      5.11.23Downham-        |     1834/6                        |
Edward         next         1Q97Romford        |     Wickford-                Alice Maria
5.6.36Dm- page         lab; horsekeeper        |     3Q99Romford RD             23.4.1859
10.10.62                   S.Wheen 1855        |                               Marylebone
=2.9.1860                                      |                               dressmaker
  (Purleigh)                                   |                       74,Devonport Road
  (?1)Lucy d.of                                |                         Hammersmith 1881
        Joseph CARTER                          |                           3Q1881Pancras=
        (?2)=2Q63Maldon                        |
                                               |
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------
|     |            |           |          |             |            |               ?
|William        Susan      George       Mary          Jane         David@        William^
|27.3.57HL- Louisa         James        Ann           Elizabeth Henry            Robert
|3.5.59HL       28.8.59HL 1.6.62HL- 9.64HL            30.9.66HL 3.5.68HL         1Q70HL-
|               ?=4Q82     22.8.63HL (bp.6.11)- -1Q45              (bp.3.5.)-    24.9.40
|                  B’rcay               10.10.65HL RochfdRD        4Q1944        rly porter
Martha Bird                                                        Deben RD      Cranham1901
1Q55S.Benfleet                                                     =3Q93         =1Q97
        |                                                          |(RomfordRD) |StPancras
        |       =3Q75OrsettRD                                      |Ada Mary     |Fanny^
        |------------------                                        |BARR         |Rebecca
        |                    |                                     |1864         |MONEY
Laura Annie            Arthur Edwin/ard                            |Fryerning    |1870
1870-2Q75Orsett        3Q74OR-2Q75Orsett                           |             |Barking-
                                                                   |             |24.9.40
          ----------------------------------------------------                   |
        |            |           |                 |            ?      |    George William
Ethel May       Eva Rose    Stanley         Gladys Ada Leonard Doris 14.10.97Cranham
21.4.95Crm 1.5.98Crm Leonard                6.8.02Crm         John Edith         |
3.12.1945#                  9.8.1900Crm                     2Q1903 2Q08          V
1,John St Cambridge                                         Rochfd Rmfd      next page
execr John Thomas ret.postman                               ?d.inf

@ in railway carriage works, later Prudential Assurance agent;
  Cranham parish councillor 1904

^ both killed by German bombs on Victoria Row Cottages, Upminster




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Cranham(Crm)(2)                                               [RD Romford(RM)]
-------                                                        --------------
                   previous page
                          |         29.6.1918
                   George William~ ========= Florence TUNDRIDGE
14.10.97Cranham-12.7.1932Upminster       |
                                         |
                       ----------------------------------------------
                     |                   |               |            |
             Marjorie Florence Kenneth George Anthony Ivor Robert James
                        4.10.19 28.5.23<- Cavenham ->26.3.27        16.11.31
                                 RAF WW2          =
                                                  |Janet GRAY
                                                  |
                                  11.7.89         |        29.7.03
                       Julie DYAS ======= Carrington John ======= Claire KING
                                     |                        |
                              Charlie AAJJ 5.4.94        Jayne RK 25.10.02

~ George William enlisted 23.9.14, by which time his father had been promoted
to carriage and wagon examiner, but was discharged eventually due to
‘debility’. By now a cable joiner in Harold Wood, he reenlisted in the Royal
Engineers (possibly as a Territorial) 2.2.28, rising to corporal. He was
electrocuted at Upminster, where he lived at 8,Victoria Rd, whilst serving
[PRO,WO363/M2030].

                      previous page
                             |      4Q78
                           Susan ==========(?2)William COTTIS(?1)=======
                     1820Downham Chelmsford    1830Beerchurch       |
                                                    lab.            |
                                                                 Ishmael
                                                   1865Mountnessing,lab.


other Billericay RD(BC) & see Suffolk (miscellaneous) & Clare(8 & 15)
-------------------
(and see Haverhill Sfk, Samuel ‘of Paglesham’, & Ridgewell)

Samuel +1Q1839Billericay RD
William 1803-7.4.31Downham


Orsett RD(OR)(nr Thurrock /Grays)(& see Hackney, & Poplar, London);
--------- & for Fobbing, see Cavendish(3), Suffolk

John   = 1678 Thurrock, Mary TAILOR
Thomas = 1684 Thurrock, Mary MURRELLS

James Franklin b.3Q42Orsett

                      George = ?BOAST
of Frinton, +Clacton on Sea |
     ------------------------|
   |                         |
Gordon          Raymond Claude = Violet Marion REEDER
RAF WW2       ?3Q21TD;RCAF WW2 | +<2003; of Schuler, Alberta
                               |
                           Gordon 13.5.43Medicine Hat,Alberta ->St Neots,Cambs




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Other Rochford RD (nr Southend)(RF)(see also Chelmsford(2)(for Wickford);
----------------- Hundon, Cavendish, & Glemsford(5), Sfk;
                   & Wandsworth, South London)
(includes Hadleigh (see Gt Cornard, Suffolk), Leigh on Sea & Rayleigh)

Sarah = 13.5.1667 Gt Stambridge, Jos. HART

William 1774Rochford-?1Q59Orsett RD
William 1785/90 in Shopland 1841

William was returned from Rochford to Hundon, Sfk (q.v.), in 1792 under the
Settlement Acts, and Ann + 1 followed in 1796.
Also in 1796 (another?) Ann was returned to Eastwood.

William 1794Rochford, lodger in Grays 1851

for George Walter,1865-19.5.41Wellington,Somerset,
but ‘of Westcliff on Sea’, see Clare(8),Suffolk

for Southend (Mortlock KEMP) see Chevington(10), Suffolk



Romford RD(includes Chingford)
----------
see the Hertford branch of the China Mortlocks, and Shimpling(3, 7,& 12),Sfk
(see also backsmiths(Freckenham(4)) for three births in Barking)

Elizabeth = 17.6.1817StP&StP,Dagenham, William THOROGOOD

William 1806-27.6.20Barking ‘of Barking’

Elizabeth+4Q52Romford            Martha Ann+1Q50Romford



Walthamstow
-----------
see Mildenhall for the children of John and Fanny(Frances)
& also Chevington & Barrow, & Lakenheath, all Suffolk; & Mundford(13), Norfolk

                                      Elizabeth
                                          |
                                      Mary Ann 3.5.1812Walthamstow

                                   28.5.1820
                         Susannah =========== Robert HARRISON
                                  Walthamstow

                                   2.1.1838(IGI but ¬ in PR)
              Mary Ann Thorowgood =========== Samuel BOYTON
                  1818Walthamstow StD Stepney 1817Dagenham

William 1827-2Q1900Walthamstow




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West Ham RD[includes Canning Town, East Ham, N.Woolwich, Plaistow,
----------- Stratford E, Walthamstow & the parish(es) of West Ham proper]

(see also Poplar, Shoreditch, Holborn, Brentford
          & Southwark(St Saviour), London; Shimpling(15),
          Glemsford(5), Cavendish(3 & 5), Brettenham, Hundon(9),
          Clare(8 & 10), Chevington(10)/Barrow, Brandon(3),
          & Freckenham(4), Suffolk; Suffolk(misc);
          Attleborough/Hingham(3), & Norwich, Norfolk;
          Colchester(3), Peldon(6), & Ongar & Epping, Essex;
          & the China Mortlocks (Skirrow & Mortlock, & Hertford))

Amelia?1776Holmbury Essex-4Q51WHam, widow visiting DENNIS family 1851

Mary+4Q42WHam
Caroline +1Q61WHam

James 1848-4Q1935WHam
Emilie 1862-3Q1924WHam
Florence Emma 2Q66WHam
Albert Padfield 1Q-1Q78WHam
Jane E 1882/3-2Q1929WHam [?see Lewisham?]

Frederick =4Q1912WHam, SAUNDERS -> Frederick G 4Q13Romford

                                    2Q1923
                    Herbert Samuel ======== Susannah Alice’
                           1882/3- West Ham REYNOLDS
     25.5.1938#[RD London Central]
                ‘on way to Bart's’

Albert James 1Q95WH-2Q97WHam
Alfred James 1Q-2Q96WHam
Florence Annie B 4Q1902WHam
Edith Lottie M 2Q08-3Q15WHam

for East Ham see Shimpling(14), & Denham(9), & Brandon, Suffolk;
                 & blacksmiths (Freckenham(4)); & Holborn, London

for Canning Town(CTn) see Clare(8), Suffolk; & Mundford(11), Norfolk

                                      2Q93
                                Alice ==== Henry KEMP/
                     1870Canning Town WHam John Robert CHAPMAN
                            /1876WHam      o.s.‘Druselade’

for Forest Gate District School see Poplar,& the China Mortlocks (Hertford(6))

for Plaistow see Cavendish(3),Suffolk

for Stratford(E) see Chevington(5),Suffolk; & Attleborough/Hingham(3),Norfolk

Elizabeth = 1830StMary,Stratford le Bow, Robert JARVIS




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Essex miscellaneous (& see unassigned):
-------------------

Harwich   (& see Colchester)
Richard   = 1603 Harwich, Elizabeth HAPPIN
John      = 8.9.1715 Harwich, Elizabeth COLEBORN lic.(too fragile for retrieval)
Mary      = 25.5.1716 Harwich, Benjamin STEVENS

May 1717: James has yard & 2 sheds at Harwich [Calendar of Treasury Books]

                                   17.7.1778lic
                        Elizabeth ============== Ferdinando MYON   } botp
                                  Kelvedon Hatch 1753, plasterer

                                     3.3.1796
                                John ======== Amelia CRACKNELL } botp
                                      Leyton

Mary 1780/85Essex in Leyton 1841

George of S.Ockendon (nr Thurrock) scythe stolen 18.6.1841[ES]

    ----------------------------------------
  ?                   ?           ?          |
Mary               Joseph      John          |
1805/10Surrey      1815/20¬Sy 1825/30Sy      |
[?wife of J or J?]                           |
                                          Samuel ====== Sarah A
  ca.1802Bradfield(betw.Harwich & Manningtree)-         1806/8Staplehurst Kent-
                                     4Q78Stepney        4Q74Stepney
               bargeman S.Saviour Southwark 1841
     engine stoker Limehouse 1851; dock lab.1871


James convicted of larceny, 2 mo., Quarter Sessions 4.1829. Had got off a
charge of obtaining money falsely at Lent Assizes 1824[ECRO,Q/SBH 495/97], and
previously also acquitted January 1822.

for Eliza 1832Belchamp Otten, housekeeper on farm in Pentlow 1901,
    see Clare(8), Suffolk

for Braintree see Glemsford/Gt Cornard, Suffolk

for Brentwood see Bury St Edmunds(4), Suffolk)
    Eliza G 1874-3Q1941Brentwood

for Essex SW see Attleborough/Hingham, Norfolk
    Eliza 1871-4Q1946Essex SW

George 1876Danbury [‘Norfolk’!, actually just E of Chelmsford],
servant in Kensington 1891

Mary Ann widow +8.8.1934# Winchester Rd Highams Pk Esx [?Ilford]
[?M-A 1858-3Q1934 (aged 76), Hackney?]

1648: a Thomas MORTLOCK witnessed a document in Pitsea




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