Monday, 4 December 2017

tomorrow Saint Nicholas

The name Jeroen Nicolaas translated is Jerome Nicholas so what is in a name? We will tell you.
The Meertens Instituut knows everything there is to know about Dutch names.
We start in Dutch and then translate.Jerome Nicholas Vlieland
Jerome + Hieronymus Geslacht: m


verklaring: De bekendste variant is Jeroen. Van Gri.hierónumos`(met een) heilige naam'. Heiligennaam: St.-Hieronymus is een van de grootste en geleerdste kerkvaders geweest, hij werd ca. 342 in Dalmatië geb. Na zich in Rome een tijd beziggehouden te hebben met o.m. de herziening van de Lat. bijbelvertaling (de Vulgaat), leidde hij bij Bethlehem een klooster. Gest. 420; kerk. feestdag: 30 sept. In de middeleeuwen werd hij populair als heilige. Sint Jeroen van Noordwijk was een martelaar onder de Noormannen. Hij zou in 857 vermoord zijn. Mogelijk is naar hem ook de plaatsnaam Sint-Jeroenspolder (Ze.) genoemd. In Ndl. wordt al in een oorkonde uit 1213 van graaf Willem I een Jeronimus de Falkenburg genoemd. De naam kwam echter pas in de 15e eeuw in Zuid-Ndl. en in de 16e eeuw in Noord-Ndl. in algemeen gebruik. Jeroen Bosch, geb. 1453, droeg een in die tijd hier nog ongebruikelijke doopnaam, mogelijk o.i.v. de Hieronymianen, zoals in Den Bosch de `Broeders des gemenen levens' heetten. Een ander oud voorbeeld van het voorkomen van de naam is: Jeronimus dictus Gerom, Moergestel 1449. In Rijnland: Hieronymus, monnik, 1063 (Littger). In Eng. kwam de naam vrij vroeg voor en ook tegenwoordig is hij daar en in de VS in gebruik: Jerome K. Jerome, schrijver van het bekende `Three Men in a Boat'; in de VS Jerome Kern, componist van `Show Boat'.
and the google translation
Vertaling van het Nederlands in het Engels Romanisatie weergeven
The Meertens Institute knows everything there is to know about Dutch names.
Jerome = Hieronymus Gender m
Statement: The best known variant is Jeroen. From Gri.hierónumos`(a) holy name.
Holy Name: St-Jerome is one of the largest and most learned Fathers had, he was born about 342 in Dalmatia. After a time in Rome to have dealt with the revision of the Lat. Bible (the Vulgate), he led a monastery in Bethlehem. Gest. 420; church. Day: Sept. 30. In the Middle Ages it was popular as sacred. St. Jeroen van Noordwijk was a martyr under the Normans. He was murdered in 857. Possibly to him the city Saint Jeroen Polder (Ze.) called. In E.. is already in a charter in 1213 by William I Count Falkenburg called the one Jeronimus. The name was not until the 15th century in South Afr. and in the 16th century in North Afr. in general use. Jeroen Bosch, born. 1453, wore at that time still an unusual Christian name, the OIV Hieronymianen possible, as in Den Bosch 'Brothers of the Common Life "called. Another old example of the occurrence of the name: Jeronimus Dictus Gerome, Moergestel 1449. In Rhineland: Hieronymus, monk, 1063 (Littger). In Eng. The name came quite early on and now he is there and in use in the U.S.: Jerome K. Jerome, author of the famous 'Three Men in a Boat ", U.S. Jerome Kern, composer of` Show Boat'.
We do the same with Nicolaas.
Nicholas Gender: m
Statement:
From Gri. Nike `victory 'and laos' people', the name means," victorious with (or from) the people "for this meaning cf Nicodemus. The Lat. form Nicolaus. In Acts 6.5, the name of Nicolaus already as one of the seven poor caregivers. His popularity was called in the East and the West by St. Nicholas, Bishop of Myra in Asia Minor of the SW, gest. c. 350. Most of what is told about him, is legendary. The figure legends in the forward force is actually a combination of the historic Bishop Nicholas of Myra (4th century) and the historic Bishop Nicholas of Pinara in Lycia (died 564). The worship is in the 6th century in the East. In the 9th century St. Nicholas is one of the most important saints, especially with Myra and Constantinople as centers of worship. Through south-It. (then Gri.) worship also spread to Rome and from there continue on W. Europe. There was this popular saint soon. Especially in the 10th and 11th centuries became patron saint of churches. In the diocese of Utrecht, especially since the 12th century, in Virginia. also since that time. The name was Nicholas (in various forms) at the end of the Middle Ages one of the most common names. Since St. Nicholas was patron to the school, he was the great children's friend. Several practices in connection with his feast day on December 6 go back to paganism. The mold we have already found at Odin, called Sleipnir, it was a sign of high rank. The chimney is the connection of the ordinary mortals in the center of their domestic life, with the higher beings. Zwarte Piet is a scary ghost or devil, but always by St. Nicholas in restraint. Always good, the `holy 'by far, in our Spa area. (See also Schrijnen 1930, v. 147). Not only the children but also the sailors and fishermen's St. Nicholas pattern. Other saints of this name are: Pope Nicholas I, 858-867; Nicholas of Tolentino (Tolentino), gest. 1305; church. Day: Sept. 10. See also Nils and Coleta.
Tomorrow is Saint Nicholasday.

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

George Dorling

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
George Dorling Head M 56 Barton, Suffolk
Elizabeth Dorling Wife F 57 Stornsten, Essex
Samuel Dorling Son M 18 Frickenham, Suffolk
Virgenia Bloomfield Granddaughter F 11 Frickenham, Suffolk
William Bloomfield Grandson M 9 Witham, Essex
Christfor Bloomfield Grandson M 7 Bomford, Essex


Montague Bloomfield Grandson M 2 Frickenham, Suffolk

Name: Montague Bloomfield
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1871
Event Place: Freckenham, Freckenham, Suffolk, England
District:
Enumeration District: 6
Gender: Male
Age: 2
Marital Status:
Occupation:
Relationship to Head of Household: Grandson
Birth Year (Estimated): 1869
Birthplace: Frickenham, Suffolk

George Dorling was the grandfather of Montague Bloomfield .
Montague died when H.M.S.Scott sank.


Monday, 13 November 2017

Edwin Goodman


Detail : Mike: HMS Scott was launched on 18 October 1917 but wouldn't see a year of active service, for on 15 August 1918 she was sunk off the Dutch coast. The cause of sinking is unclear, it is assumed that a German U-boat torpedoed and sunk her, however it is also possible that she hit a mine. Regardless of cause, the German submarine UC-17, which had been patrolling and mining the area, is usually credited with her sinking


GOODMAN, E., Chief Stoker, age 45.
Husband of Margaret Goodman, of 9, The Clayton, Bedlington Station, Northumberland. Born at Westminster, London.

Name: Edwin Goodman
Event Type: Marriage
Registration Quarter: Jan-Feb-Mar
Registration Year: 1897
Registration District: St. George Hanover Square
County: London
Event Place: St. George Hanover Square, London, England
Spouse Name Margaret Branch
Volume: 1A
Page: 662
Line Number: 349







born 1873 London

Sunday, 12 November 2017

Thomas MORGAN

MORGAN, THOMAS,
MORGAN, THOMAS, Able Seaman, RNVR, age 22.
Lost his life onboard H.M.S. Scott in the North Sea 15th August 1918. Age 22
Son of Thomas and Jane Morgan, of Moor-Corner Farm, Port-Eynon, Gower, Glam.
NOORDWIJK GENERAL CEMETERY (Netherlands)

Name: Thomas Morgan
Event Type: Baptism
Event Date: 1896
Event Place: Porteynon, Glamorgan, Wales
Address: Moor Corner
Age: 0
Occupation: Farmer
Father's Name: Thomas
Mother's Name: Jane


Name: Thomas Morgan
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 31 Mar 1901
Event Place: Porteynon, Glamorganshire, Wales
County: Glamorganshire
Civil Parish: Porteynon
Ecclesiastical Parish: Porteynon
Sub-District: Gower Western
Registration District: Gower
Residence Note:
Gender: Male
Age: 5
occupation:
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Birth Year (Estimated): 1896
Birthplace: Porteynon, Glamorganshire


Household Role Sex Age Birthplace

Thomas Morgan Head M 47 Rhoselly, Glamorganshire
Jane Morgan Wife F 44 Porteynon, Glamorganshire
Sarah Morgan Mother F 85 Knelstone, Glamorganshire
John Morgan Son M 20 Rhosilly, Glamorganshire
Jane Morgan Daughter F 19 Porteynon, Glamorganshire
Catharine Sarah Morgan Daughter F 17 Porteynon, Glamorganshire
Mary Beynon Morgan Daughter F 15 Porteynon, Glamorganshire
Charles Morgan Son M 13 Porteynon, Glamorganshire
Rowland Bevan Morgan Son M 11 Porteynon, Glamorganshire
Margaret Beynon Morgan Daughter F 9 Porteynon, Glamorganshire
Hilda Elizabeth Morgan Daughter F 7 Porteynon, Glamorganshire
Thomas Morgan Son M 5 Porteynon, Glamorganshire
William Beynon Morgan Son M 3 Porteynon, Glamorganshire
Lydia Ann Morgan Daughter F 1 Porteynon, Glamorganshire


Thomas lost his life onboard H.M.S. Scott in the North Sea 15th August 1918. Age 22

Saturday, 11 November 2017

H.M.S.Scott


Today we will honour some of the casualty's of H.M.S.Scott buried in Noordwijk Holland.

HM Flotilla Leader Scott, with the Light Cruiser Attentive, the Ulleswater and two other destroyers, formed the Outer Patrol at the Zeebrugge Operations on 23rd April 1918. She left Dover early in the evening of the 22nd to patrol the gap in the Belgian Barrage , through which the expedition had to pass. The force reached this position just after 10pm and here the ships stopped for a quarter of an hour, and the superfluous men in the blockships were taken off by five motor boats. On 15th August 1918, HMS Scott was torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine off the Dutch coast, together with the Ulleswater. HMS Scott was built by Cammell Laird and launched in 1917.

Using Geoff's search engine, the CWGC have 23 casualties for HMS Scott. Unless noted otherwise, casualties are Royal Navy, died 15/08/1918 and commemorated at Chatham Naval Memorial (four men were buried in a cemetery in the Netherlands):
BISHOP, HERBERT JAMES BURT, Able Seaman, age 31.
Only son of Mrs. J. Bishop, of Hastings, and the late James Bishop (Ch. P.O., R.N.); husband of Margaret Mary Bishop, of 45, Upper Milton Rd., Gillingham, Kent.

BLOOMFIELD, MONTAGUE GEORGE, Signalman.
PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL

CAREY, FREDERICK CHARLES, Officer's Steward 2nd Class, age 26.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Carey, of Ilford, Essex.

DANIELS, ALFRED WILLIAM, Stoker 1st Class.

DETTMER, HENRY WILLIAM, Leading Seaman.

EASEY, ROBERT, Stoker 1st Class.

GOODMAN, Edwin., Chief Stoker, age 45.
Husband of Margaret Goodman, of 9, The Clayton, Bedlington Station, Northumberland. Born at Westminster, London.
NOORDWIJK GENERAL CEMETERY (Netherlands)
Note: From RN index, first name Edwin, p.o.b. Westminster Isle of Wight.

HEWITT, JOSEPH, Able Seaman, age 37.
Son of Joseph and Fanny Hewitt, of London.

HICK, S. H., Officer's Cook 1st Class.
LEWISHAM (HITHER GREEN) CEMETERY. Died 20/08/1918.
Note: From RN index, Sidney Herbert, p.o.b. Hull, Yorkshire (b. 1885).

JAMES, ALBERT EDWARD, Steward 3rd Class.

KEMP, RICHARD WILLIAM, Ordinary Seaman.

LEE, JOSEPH HENRY, Leading Stoker, age 26.
Mentioned in despatches.
Son of Joseph Henry and Annie Lee, of London; husband of Rosetta Alice Lee, of 5, Cambridge Circus, Hackney Road, London.

LUDBROOK, FREDERICK THOMAS, Boy Telegraphist, age 17.
Son of George and Edith Ludbrook, of 22, Pancras Square, Pancras Rd., London.
SHOTLEY (ST. MARY) CHURCHYARD

MAY, VICTOR NORMAN, Leading Seaman.

MITCHELL, JESSE, Able Seaman, age 39.
Son of John and Lydia Mitchell, of Sidmouth, Devon; husband of Edith Mitchell, of 2, Parkwood Rd., Tavistock, Devon.
NOORDWIJK GENERAL CEMETERY (Netherlands)

MORGAN, THOMAS, Able Seaman, RNVR, age 22.
Son of Thomas and Jane Morgan, of Moor-Corner Farm, Port-Eynon, Gower, Glam.
NOORDWIJK GENERAL CEMETERY (Netherlands)

PARKER, WILLIAM EDWARD, Ordinary Seaman, age 29.
Son of Charles and Mary Ann Parker, of Brize-Norton, Bampton, Oxon.
NOORDWIJK GENERAL CEMETERY (Netherlands)

PARTINGTON, FREDERICK JAMES, Able Seaman, age 24.
Son of James and Alice R. Partington, of 4A, Morley Rd., Leyton, London.

PLANT, PERCY PETER JOHN, Able Seaman, age 23.
Son of Emily Hammond (formerly Plant), of Hill House, Southwold Rd., Wrentham, Wangford, Suffolk, and the late Herbert Plant.

ROSE, ALFRED ARTHUR, Able Seaman, age 38.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Rose, of Herne Bay; husband of R. Rose, of 48, King's St., Herne Bay, Kent.

SADLER, STANLEY, Stoker 1st Class.

SHURBEN, WILLIAM EDWARD, Officer's Steward 3rd Class, age 23.
Son of William Edward and Alice Shurben, of 17, Chelford St., Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester. Native of Walthamstow, London.

SUDDER, JAMES WILLIAM, Able Seaman, age 35.
Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Son of James Robert and Alice Sudder; husband of Esther Sudder, of 73, Middlegate St., Great Yarmouth.


HMS Scott (1917)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For other ships with the same name, see HMS Scott.


HMS Scott

History
United Kingdom
Name: HMS Scott
Namesake: Sir Walter Scott
Ordered: April 1916
Launched: 18 October 1917
Fate: Sunk, 15 August 1918
General characteristics
Class and type: Admiralty type destroyer leader
Displacement: 1,801 long tons (1,830 t)
Length: 332 ft 6 in (101.35 m)
Beam: 31 ft 9 in (9.68 m)
Draught: 12 ft 6 in (3.81 m)
Installed power: 40,000 ihp (30,000 kW)
Propulsion:
2 × steam engines
2 × shafts
Speed: 36.5 knots (67.6 km/h; 42.0 mph)
Range: 5,000 nmi (9,300 km; 5,800 mi) at 15 knots (28 km/h; 17 mph)
Complement: 164-183
Armament:
5 × BL 4.7-inch (120 mm) Mk I guns
6 × 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes

HMS Scott was the first of a new destroyer leader class built to be flotilla leaders for the V- and W-classdestroyers. She was ordered during the First World War in 1916, and the class would unofficially be named after her. The ship herself was the first to bear the name Scott and was named after Sir Walter Scott, 1st Baronet.[1]

Scott was launched on 18 October 1917; on 15 August 1918, however, she was sunk off the Dutch coast — less than a year after entering service - in the same accident with the R-class destroyer HMS Ulleswater. The cause of her sinking is unclear. It is assumed that a German U-boat torpedoed and sunk her, but it is also possible that she hit a mine. Nevertheless, the German submarine U-17 — which had been patrolling and mining the area — is usually credited with her sinking.[2]

Although Scott herself did not have an extensive career, the class as a whole served for many years. Five of the class survived the First World War, and two more were subsequently completed. Six saw action throughout the Second World War (HMAS Stuart with the Royal Australian Navy) and none were lost in that conflict.
The wreck of Scott is approximately 20 nmi (37 km; 23 mi) off the Dutch coast. The wreck lies upright with the stern in 35 m (115 ft) of water, and the bow in 28 m (92 ft). The keel and the engines are still visible.[citation needed]

Thursday, 9 November 2017

Ida Mary Thomas

Name: Ida Mary Thomas
Residence Place:
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 05 Apr 1871
Christening Date (Original): 05 APR 1871
Christening Place: SCILLY ISLANDS PARISH,CORNWALL,ENGLAND
Father's Name: Richard Nicholas Thomas
Mother's Name: Mary Margaret



Household Role Sex Age Birthplace 1871
Richard N Thomas Head M 44 St Mary's Scilly, Cornwall
Mary M Thomas Wife F 40 St Mary's Scilly, Cornwall
Margaret B Thomas Daughter F 10 St Mary's Scilly, Cornwall
Ella E Thomas Daughter F 4 St Mary's Scilly, Cornwall
Barnes C Thomas Son M 2 St Mary's Scilly, Cornwall
Ida M Thomas Daughter F 0 St Mary's Scilly, Cornwall
Thursa Stevens Servant F 21 Lelant, Cornwall
John Hartley Servant M 23 St Mary's Scilly, Cornwall
Uriah Legg Servant M 18 Branscombe, Devonshire


Household Role Sex Age Birthplace census 1881
Richard N Thomas Head M 54 St Marys Scilly, Cornwall, England
Mary M Thomas Wife F 50 St Marys Scilly, Cornwall, England
Ella Eva Thomas Daughter F 14 St Marys Scilly, Cornwall, England
Barnes C Thomas Son M 11 St Marys Scilly, Cornwall, England
Ida Mary Thomas Daughter F 10 St Marys Scilly, Cornwall, England
William G Bickford Servant M 17 St Marys Scilly, Cornwall, England

Name: Edward Holland Hoskins to Ida Mary Thomas
Event Type: Marriage
Registration Quarter: Oct-Nov-Dec
Registration Year: 1896
Registration District: Portsea Island
County: Hampshire
Event Place: Portsea Island, Hampshire, England

later her sister Ella Eva Thomas  married in 1904 to the same Edward Holland Hoskins






Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Ella Eva Thomas

Name: Ella Eva Thomas
Christening Date: 15 May 1867
Christening Date (Original): 15 MAY 1867
Christening Place: SCILLY ISLANDS PARISH,CORNWALL,ENGLAND
Father's Name: Richard Nicholas Thomas
Mother's Name: Mary Margaret



Household Role Sex Age Birthplace census 1881
Richard N Thomas Head M 54 St Marys Scilly, Cornwall, England
Mary M Thomas Wife F 50 St Marys Scilly, Cornwall, England
Ella Eva Thomas Daughter F 14 St Marys Scilly, Cornwall, England
Barnes C Thomas Son M 11 St Marys Scilly, Cornwall, England
Ida Mary Thomas Daughter F 10 St Marys Scilly, Cornwall, England
William G Bickford Servant M 17 St Marys Scilly, Cornwall, England

Name: Ella E Thomas
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1891
County: Cornwall
Parish: St Marys Scilly Islands
Ecclesiastical Parish: SCILLY ISLANDS
Registration District: Scilly Islands
Residence Note: Old Town
Gender: Female
Age: 21
Marital Status: Single
Occupation: Farmers Assistant
Relationship to Head of Household: Sister
Birth Year (Estimated): 1870
Birthplace: Cornwall, Scilly


Household Role Sex Age Birthplace 1891
Barnes C Thomas Head M 21 Cornwall, Scilly
Mary M Thomas Mother F 60 Cornwall, Scilly
Ella E Thomas Sister F 21 Cornwall, Scilly




Name: Ella Eva Thomas
Event Type: Marriage
Registration Quarter: Oct-Nov-Dec
Registration Year: 1904
Registration District: Portsmouth
County: Hampshire
Event Place: Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Spouse Name  Edward Holland Hoskins










Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Richard Holland

Name: Richard Holland
Spouse's Name: Ann Chiverton
Event Date: 12 Jul 1812
Event Place: Saint Marys,Portsea,Hampshire,England

Name: Richard Holland
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1841
Event Place: Portsea, Hampshire, England
Residence Note: Kingston
Gender: Male
Age: 45-49
Age (Original): 45
Birth Year (Estimated): 1792-1796
Birthplace: Hampshire:
Registration District: Portsea Island
Book Number: 6
Sub-District:
Parish: Portsea
County: Hampshire

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace 1841
Richard Holland M 45-49 Hampshire
Ann Holland F 45-49 Hampshire
Sarah Holland F 16-20 Hampshire
Henry Holland M 12 Hampshire
James Holland M 9 Hampshire
Mary Holland F 5 Hampshire


Name: Richard Holland
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1851
Event Place: Portsea, Hampshire, England
Registration District: Portsea Island
Gender: Male
Age: 55
Marital Status: Married
Occupation: Brewer & Grocer
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Birth Year (Estimated): 1796
Birthplace: Portsea, Hampshire


Household Role Sex Age Birthplace 1851
Richard Holland Head M 55 Portsea, Hampshire
Ann Holland Wife F 54 Portsea, Hampshire
Sarah Ann Holland Daughter F 26 Portsea, Hampshire
James Holland Son M 19 Portsea, Hampshire
Mary F Holland Daughter F 15 Portsea, Hampshire
Ann Hoskins Grand Daughter F 3 Portsea, Hampshire
Elizabeth Hoskins Grand Daughter F 2 Portsea, Hampshire
Sarah Ann Smith Servant F 17 Portsea, Hampshire


Name: Richard Holland
Titles and Terms:
County: Hampshire
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1861
Event Place: Portsea, Hampshire, England
Ecclesiastical Parish: Parish Church
Registration District: Portsea Island
Residence Note: Kingston Road
Gender: Male
Age: 66
Marital Status: Married
Occupation: Retired Grocer & Brewer
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Birth Year (Estimated): 1795
Birthplace: Portsea, Hampshire

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace 1861
Richard Holland Head M 66 Portsea, Hampshire
Ann Holland Wife F 65 Portsea, Hampshire
Sarah Ann Holland Daughter F 36 Portsea, Hampshire
Ann Haskins Granddaughter F 14 Portsea, Hampshire
Ann Hill Granddaughter F 4 Portsea, Hampshire


Name: Mary Hoskins Holland
Christening Date: 20 Sep 1835
Christening Date (Original): 20 SEP 1835
Christening Place: SAINT MARYS,PORTSEA,HAMPSHIRE,ENGLAND

Father's Name: Richard Holland
Mother's Name: Ann



Monday, 6 November 2017

Elizabeth Holland

Elizabeth Holland is the wife of George Hoskins .

Name: Elizabeth Holland
Residence Place:
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 03 Oct 1823
Christening Date (Original): 03 OCT 1823
Christening Place: SAINT MARYS,PORTSEA,HAMPSHIRE,ENGLAND
Father's Name: Richard Holland
Mother's Name: Ann


marriage  Name: George Hoskins
Spouse's Name: Elizabeth Holland
Event Date: 25 Jun 1847
Event Place: Southampton, Hampshire, England
Father's Name: Edward Hoskins
Spouse's Father's Name: Richard Holland


census 1861
Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
George Hoskins Head M 36 Hursley, Hampshire
Elizabeth Hoskins Wife F 37 Portsmouth,
Richard E Hoskins Son M 10 Portsmouth,
Sarah F Hoskins Daughter F 9 Portsmouth,
Ellen Hoskins Daughter F 5 Portsmouth,
Mary Ann Hoskins Daughter F 3 Portsmouth,
Edward H Hoskins Son M 1 Portsmouth,
Walter Hoskins Nephew M 21 Nursling,
Mary Hoskins Cousin F 16 Deptford,
Ann Sibley Servant F 18 Portsmouth,

Sunday, 5 November 2017

Edward Holland Hoskins

Edward Holland Hoskins is he son of George Hoskins.
Name: Edward Holland Hoskins
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 13 Oct 1861
Christening Date (Original): 13 OCT 1861
Christening Place: SAINT MARYS,PORTSEA,HAMPSHIRE,ENGLAND
Birth Date: 27 Sep 1859
Father's Name: George Hoskins
Mother's Name: Elizabeth

Son of George hoskins and Elizabeth Holland.

census 1861
Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
George Hoskins Head M 36 Hursley, Hampshire
Elizabeth Hoskins Wife F 37 Portsmouth,
Richard E Hoskins Son M 10 Portsmouth,
Sarah F Hoskins Daughter F 9 Portsmouth,
Ellen Hoskins Daughter F 5 Portsmouth,
Mary Ann Hoskins Daughter F 3 Portsmouth,
Edward H Hoskins Son M 1 Portsmouth,
Walter Hoskins Nephew M 21 Nursling,
Mary Hoskins Cousin F 16 Deptford,
Ann Sibley Servant F 18 Portsmouth,

Name: Edward Holland Hoskins to Ida Mary Thomas
Event Type: Marriage
Registration Quarter: Oct-Nov-Dec
Registration Year: 1896
Registration District: Portsea Island
County: Hampshire
Event Place: Portsea Island, Hampshire, England


Name: Edward Holland Hoskins to Ella Eva Thomas
Event Type: Marriage
Registration Quarter: Oct-Nov-Dec
Registration Year: 1904
Registration District: Portsmouth
County: Hampshire
Event Place: Portsmouth, Hampshire, England


Name: Ella Eva Thomas
Christening Date: 15 May 1867
Christening Date (Original): 15 MAY 1867
Christening Place: SCILLY ISLANDS PARISH,CORNWALL,ENGLAND
Father's Name: Richard Nicholas Thomas
Mother's Name: Mary Margaret




Saturday, 4 November 2017

Ann Elizabeth Henwood

Ann Elizabeth Henwood born Jan 1887 Portsea Island,
she married Charles Light Jan 1851 Alverstoke, Hampshire

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace 1871
Charles Light Head M 42 Portsea, Hampshire
Ann Elizabeth Light Wife F 42 Portsea, Hampshire
Lucy Light Daughter F 20 Portsea, Hampshire
Ellen Light Daughter F 17 Portsea, Hampshire
Robert J Light Son M 13 Portsea, Hampshire

Elizabeth Light Mother F 76 Portsea, Hampshire

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace 1881
Charles Light Head M 52 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Ann Light maiden name Henwood Wife F 52 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Ellen E Grant Daughter F 27 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Robert J Light Son M 23 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Ellen Light Daughter In Law F 25 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Wm C G R I Grant Grand Son M 2 Ropley, Hampshire, England
Nellie M Grant Grand Daughter F 1 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Maud A Light Grand Daughter F 0 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Maud Rumer Niece F 15 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England

Sarah Ivy Servant F 16 Ropley, Hampshire, England

Friday, 3 November 2017

Lucy Light



Lucy Light was the daughter of Charles Light and Ann E Light maiden name Henwood
Name: Lucy Light
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census Event Date: 1871
Event Place: Portsea, Hampshire, England
Enumeration District: 18
Gender: Female
Age: 20
Marital Status: Single
Relationship to Head of Household: Daughter
Birth Year (Estimated): 1851
Birthplace: Portsea, Hampshire

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
Charles Light Head M 42 Portsea, Hampshire
Ann E Light Wife F 42 Portsea, Hampshire
Lucy Light Daughter F 20 Portsea, Hampshire
Ellen Light Daughter F 17 Portsea, Hampshire
Robert J Light Son M 13 Portsea, Hampshire
Elizabeth Light Mother F 76 Portsea, Hampshire

She married  Harry J Dodd.


Thursday, 2 November 2017

William Charles G.R.J.Grant

Name: William Charles G R J Grant
Event Type: Birth Registration
Registration Quarter: Oct-Nov-Dec
Registration Year: 1878
Registration District: Alresford
County: Hampshire
Event Place: Alresford, Hampshire, England


Census 1881
Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
Charles Light Head M 52 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Ann Light Wife F 52 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Ellen E Grant Daughter F 27 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Robert J Light Son M 23 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Ellen Light Daughter In Law F 25 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Wm C G R I Grant Grand Son M 2 Ropley, Hampshire, England
Nellie M Grant Grand Daughter F 1 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Maud A Light Grand Daughter F 0 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Maud Rumer Niece F 15 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Sarah Ivy Servant F 16 Ropley, Hampshire, England

Name: Helen Elizabeth Light
Event Type: Marriage
Registration Quarter: Oct-Nov-Dec
Registration Year: 1877
Registration District: Portsea Island
County: Hampshire
Event Place: Portsea Island, Hampshire, England
Spouse Name :William Grant



GRANT, WILLIAM CHARLES GEORGE ROBERT, Mother's Maiden Surname: LIGHT 
GRO Reference: 1878  D Quarter in ALRESFORD  Volume 02C  Page 154

Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Charles Light Builder

Charles LIGHT Builder

Name: Charles Light
Birthplace: MEETING HOUSE ALLEY BAPTIST,PORTSEA,HAMPSHIRE,ENGLAND
Birth Date: 19 Mar 1828
Father's Name: Robert Light
Mother's Name: Elizabeth


Name: Charles Light
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1851
Event Place: Portsea, Hampshire, England
Registration District: Portsea Island
Residence Note: Lake Lane
Gender: Male
Age: 22
Marital Status: Married
Occupation: Master Bricklayer Employing 4 Men
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Birth Year (Estimated): 1829
Birthplace: Portsea, Hampshire

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace 1851
Robert Light Head M 60 Shrewton, Wiltshire
Elizabeth Light Wife F 56 Portsea, Hampshire
Emma Light Daughter F 25 Portsea, Hampshire
William Light Son M 23 Portsea, Hampshire
Charles Light Son M 22 Portsea, Hampshire
James Light Son M 17 Portsea, Hampshire
Jabez Light Son M 15 Portsea, Hampshire

Name: Charles Light
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1871
Event Place: Portsea, Hampshire, England
District:
Enumeration District: 18
Gender: Male
Age: 42
Marital Status: Married
Occupation: Builder
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Birth Year (Estimated): 1829
Birthplace: Portsea, Hampshire

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace 1871
Charles Light Head M 42 Portsea, Hampshire
Ann E Light Wife F 42 Portsea, Hampshire
Lucy Light Daughter F 20 Portsea, Hampshire
Ellen Light Daughter F 17 Portsea, Hampshire
Robert J Light Son M 13 Portsea, Hampshire
Elizabeth Light Mother F 76 Portsea, Hampshire


Name: Charles Light
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1881
Event Place: Portsea, Hampshire, England
Registration District: Portsea Island
Residence Note: Coml Road
Gender: Male
Age: 52
Marital Status (Original): Married
Occupation: Builder & Contractor
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Birth Year (Estimated): 1829
Birthplace: Portsmouth, Hampshire, England

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace 1881
Charles Light Head M 52 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Ann Light maiden name Henwood Wife F 52 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Ellen E Grant Daughter F 27 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Robert J Light Son M 23 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Ellen Light Daughter In Law F 25 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Wm C G R I Grant Grand Son M 2 Ropley, Hampshire, England
Nellie M Grant Grand Daughter F 1 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Maud A Light Grand Daughter F 0 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Maud Rumer Niece F 15 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Sarah Ivy Servant F 16 Ropley, Hampshire, England

(Ellen Grant maiden name Light was married to William Grant.
William and Nellie are their children)
Name: Charles Light
Event Type: Death
Registration Quarter: Oct-Nov-Dec
Registration Year: 1889
Registration District: Portsea Island
County: Hampshire
Event Place: Portsea Island, Hampshire, England
Age (available after 1866): 60
Birth Date (available after June quarter 1969):
Birth Year (Estimated): 1829