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Charles Joseph Sandell

(born 7 Jan 1853 Oxford died 16 Feb 1932 Epping)

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Maternal grandmother: Elizabeth Oakley (born 1792 Eaton Hastings, Berkshire)  

married 6 Mar 1813 Faringdon, Berkshire

Maternal grandfather: James Davis (born 7 May 1793 Faringdon, Berkshire died 1861) (born Faringdon, Berkshire )  

 

Paternal grandmother: Phillis Cox (born 2.2.1780 Bletchington, Oxfordshire died 24.3.1863 Oxford)   View NotesHide notes  

Transcript of will of Elizabeth Swingbourn

This is the last will and testament of me Elizabeth Swingbourn of Kidlington in the County of Oxford, Widow, made this twenty fourth day of June in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine.

First I will and direct that all my just debts funeral and Testamentary Expenses and the cost of proving this my will be paid and discharged by my Executors herinafter mentioned. I give and bequeath unto William Scroggs of Kidlington aforesaid, Miller, and Robert Burgoyne of the same place, Tailor, the sum of six hundred pounds, new three and one half per centum Bank Annuities, upon trust, to pay the dividends thereof to my niece Phillis Sandell, of the City of Oxford, for her sole and separate use independent of her husband, whether present or future, and not subject to his debts, control or engagements and, so that she shall not anticipate or assign the same or any part thereof, and from and after her decease upon trust to assign and transfer the said capital sum unto, and equally between, each of her children as shall be living at her decease. But in case of the death of either in her lifetime leaving issue, then upon trust, to assign and transfer the share of him, or her, so dying, unto his, or her, children. I give and bequeath unto the said Phillis Sandell, all my household furniture, linen, books and wearing apparel, for her sole, and separate use.

I give and bequeath unto my niece, Charlotte Pointer, now or late of Edgeware Road, in the County of Middlesex, one hundred pounds of the like stock, for her separate use and whose receipt for the same shall be a sufficient discharge.

I give and bequeath unto my niece Mary Head of Marston in the County of Wilts, fifty pounds of the like stock.

Unto my niece Ann Pointer, of Edgeware Road, aforesaid, one hundred pounds of the like stock.

Unto my niece Sarah Pullen, of Hinton in the County of Wilts, one hundred and pounds of the like stock.

Unto my nephew John Cox, of Bletchington in the County of Oxford, one hundred pounds of the like stock.

Unto my niece Martha Cox, of the City of London, one hundred and fifty pounds of the like stock, and to Rebecca, the wife of Stephen Cox, of New Woodstock in the County of Oxford, one hundred and fifty pounds of the like stock.

I give and bequeath to each of the daughters of my late nephew, Charles Warner, of Bletchington aforesaid, as shall be living at the time of my decease, nineteen pounds sterling, and to each of the children, as shall be then living, of a daughter, or daughters, of the said Charles Warner, who shall have died in my lifetime, a like sum of nineteen pounds.

I give and bequeath unto my niece Martha Upcott, of the City of London, nineteen pounds. Unto my niece Rebecca Smith of the same city, nineteen pounds.

Unto Ann, the daughter of the aforesaid Rebecca Cox, the sum of fifty pounds and unto Elizabeth, the wife of Charles Gibbs, of Warbrough in the County of Wilts, the sum of fifty pounds.

I give and bequeath to each of the children of my late nephew Thomas Cox, of Blechington aforesaid, the sum of ten pounds, to be paid to each on his or her attaining the age of sixteen years.

I give the sum of ten pounds to be distributed in bread to poor widows and widowers of Kidlington aforesaid at the discretion of my executors. I give and bequeath unto the said William Scroggs and Robert Burgoyne, the sum of nineteen pounds each as a small remuneration for the trouble they will be put to in executing this, my will. All the rest and residue of my estate and effects, whatsoever, and wheresoever, I give and bequeath unto the said William Scroggs, and Robert Burgoyne, upon trust, to pay and divide the same unto, and amongst themselves, and all, and every other the legatees, in my said will, mentioned, rateably and in proportion to the amount of their respective, and several, legacies, by me hereinfore bequeathed. And I hereby nominate and appoint the said William Scroggs and Robert Burgoyne to be executors of this my will, and, hereby revoking all former wills by me, heretofore made, do declare this to be my last will and testament, and I empower my said executors to alter, vary and transpose my said trust funded property as it may appear best, to them, but so that nevertheless, the sum may be secured on some real or Government Security or Securities, upon trust, aforesaid. And I devise all mortgaged and trust estates which may be vested in me unto the said William Scroggs and Robert Burgoyne, subject to, and upon, the equities and trusts affecting the same. And I declare that their receipt and the receipt of the survivor and his heirs shall be a good discharge for all monies, which, in such receipt, shall be expressed to be received, and that all persons paying any monies for the purposes of this my will, and, taking a receipt from them or him, accordingly shall not be obliged to see to the further application of the same monies, nor be accountable for the misapplication, provided lastly. And I hereby declare that on the death, refusal, or incapacity to act, of either of them, the said William Scraggs and Robert Burgoyne, or any trustee or Trustees, to be appointed in his or their place or stead, it shall be lawful for the acting trustee, or trustees, for the time being, of this my will, or the executors or administrators of the last acting trustee, to appoint a new trustee, or trustees, in the place as stead of such trustee so dying, refusing or becoming incapable, to act as aforesaid and thereupon, the said trust monies and premises shall be transferred so that the same may vest in such new trustee, jointly with the continuing trustee upon the trust hereinbefore declared. And that every such new trustee shall have the same power, as if he had been appointed by this my will. And my will and mind is that my trustees and executors shall not be answerable the one for the other of them, or for signing receipts for the sake of conformity, or for involuntary lapses, but each for his own acts, receipts and defaults only. And that it shall be lawful for them to reimburse themselves, and to allow each other all losses, costs, charges and expenses, which they, or either of them, shall be put unto, or sustain for, or by reason of, this my will, or the trusts hereby reposed in them. In witness whereof, I the said Elizabeth Swingbourn have to this, my last will and testament, contained in this and the two preceding sheets of paper, set my hand the day and year first above written.

Elizabeth Swingbourn

The writing contained in this and the two preceding sheets of paper was signed by the above mentioned Elizabeth Swingbourn the testatrix in the joint presence of us who in her presence and in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses.

J. V .Harrison

Batten Harrison

Copy of will of Mrs Swingbourn. Dated 24th June 1839

Taken from the copy of the will made by Harrison and Son.

married 30 Aug 1804 Kidlington

Paternal grandfather: Edward Charles Sandell (born 19.2.1767 Oxfordshire died 31.10.1846 Oxford)   View NotesHide notes  

At the age of 11, Edward was awarded Oxford University privilegiatus as an apothecary. This gave him special rights in the city and he wouldn't have had to complete an apprenticeship. See attached image and www.headington.org.uk/oxon/mayors/government/1_privilegiatus.htm for more details.

Apothecary and Man Midwife, who was bankrupted in 1837. He had some kind of relationship with Mr Paget who re-established the Dorchester School in 1801 (see attached image). This is probably the origin of Joesph’s middle name.

From British History Online:

Dorchester:

Schools.

There had been an endowed grammar school in Dorchester since 1652, but by the middle of the 18th century it had ceased to provide effective education. (fn. 623) In 1801 a Mr. Paget advertised that he would re-establish 'Dorchester School' which had long been vacant, and offered to board 8 young gentlemen at 20 guineas a year, with dancing and French included in the curriculum. (fn. 624) By 1833 the school had 50 pupils. (fn. 625)

From: 'Parishes: Dorchester', A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 7: Dorchester and Thame hundreds (1962), pp. 39-64. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63767 Date accessed: 19 April 2011.

 

Mother: Leah Davis (born 1824 Bampton, Oxfordshire died 25 Feb 1900 Hackney)  

married 1846 Oxford

Father Joseph Pagett Sandell (born 18 Mar 1812 St Michael, Oxfordshire died 26 Jan 1866 Oxford)   View NotesHide notes  

“There is a family tradition that the Sandells descended from a Norman knight, John de Sandell, who came over with William the Conqueror. Joseph was a school master who founded a school in Oxford which closed only in 1975. Joseph died in 1866 and Leah then brought her young family to Hackney.” — Frank Middlemiss’s online notes


Sister: Leah Sandell (born 1846 died 1846 )  

Sister: Leah Sandell (born 1846 died 1846 )  

Sister: Elizabeth Sandell (born 18.10.1847 Oxford died 1902 Cheshire)  

Husband: Robert John Farmer (born 1847 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex )  

Sister: Hadajsah Sandell (born 21.7.1849 Oxford died 12.1935 Dover Road)   View NotesHide notes 2 children  

Hadajsah “married John Jones, a builder, in 1878, and hence was always known as "Auntie Jones". In 1881, they were living in Lower Clapton. From 1905 she lived first at Southwall Road, Deal, and finally at de Burgh Hill, Dover”

- Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Husband: John Messenger Jones (born 1850 Jersey, Channel Islands )  

Son: John (Bertie) Bertram Jones (born 1882 Clapton, London died 10.1947 )   View NotesHide notes  

John “and his wife Eunice kept a draper's shop in High Street, Dover, for many years before the 2nd World War. Members of the family staying at Beach Crest always made a point of buying something in their shop. Bert was very fond of music but of somewhat limited tastes; he loved Handel and Haydn but could not see much in Bach or Mozart. At the beginning of the War they had to give up the shop as it did not pay and, in late middle age, Bert managed to obtain an uncongenial clerical job in the post office in Birmingham, where they lived in unsatisfactory lodgings. Eunice died suddenly of a stroke in May 1941, leaving Bert all alone in a strange land. However, in December 1943 he married Anne Sumner, the supervisor in the post office where he worked. They lived at Sparkbrook and he died four years later.” — Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Son: Ernest Jones (born 1884 Leyton, Essex )   View NotesHide notes  

“Ernest Jones lost his job and his home and he and his wife lived in a hotel room while looking for lodgings. After a hard day's searching they came back to their hotel room and sat on the floor exhausted and she died in his arms. He died soon afterwards.” — Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Sister: Keturah Sandell (born 4.2.1851 City of Oxford died 19.2.1930 Leyton)   View NotesHide notes 6 children  

Keturah “was an energetic, determined woman of incisive personality. After her husband’s death she remained at 8, Tudor Road for two years until Donald was married, but in 1923 moved to 17, Sandringham Road, Leyton, immediately opposite Kate and Tom. I stayed with her there for some time in 1926 while my mother was in hospital. She later paid for my music lessons at the Metropolitan Academy of Music in Leytonstone.

She continued right up to 1928 to spend most of the summer at Beach Crest, as she and her husband had done. During 1929 she was too ill to travel and Beach Crest was hardly used by anybody that year. She usually had a maid at Beach Crest. A notable one during the 20s was Hilda Spicer, who also came back with her to Leyton. The Spicers were a big family of fisher folk who lived at 11, Golden Street, Deal. Hilda's elder sister Irma Spicer was at one time a particular friend of Edward Thomas Middlemiss.”

Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

On her death she was living at 17 Sandringham Road and left £1838 7s to Donald Boyd Bearman according to probate records.

Husband: Thomas Bearman (born 11.8.1846 Hackney, Middlesex died 16.12.1921 )   View NotesHide notes  

Thomas “was brought up as heir to his father’s business and took it over when he was only 22. His father had taken a lot of care over his education and used to take him travelling, including a tour of Ireland during which he actually kissed the Blarney Stone. Under Thomas Bearman III the shop prospered as a high class bakery and confectionary. Hackney had many wealthy inhabitants at that time and Bearmans catered for what was called "the carriage trade". It was also his practice to serve lunch daily to a select group of customers in the back room of the shop. Some blue-rimmed Wedgwood soup plates from this room have been passed down in both my family and Kate’s family.

“He married Keturah Sandell on 3rd June 1873 and for the first five years of their married life they lived in rooms at Fremont Street, Hackney. By 1878 he was able to buy a fine big house, Melbourne House, 8, Tudor Road, Hackney. His mother continued to live over the shop until her death in 1888. By about 1894 he was able to sell the shop and retire and during the next few years came to acquire property all over London, as well as "Beach Crest" (bought in 1897) and "The Moorings" both at Deal and a house in Sandwich Market Place. A photograph of Beach Crest, as it is now, is at the top of the Contents page of this website.

“He was a noted numismatist, specialising in mediaeval English and Scottish coins. Bernard Roth's book "Ancient Gaulish Coins" was dedicated to him. When he died, his collection was sold for £600, a considerable sum in those days. His whole estate was left to a family trust, the Bearman Trust. The original trustees were his sons-in-law, Tom Stutchbury, Charlie Carrington and Edward Middlemiss, with Tom as Secretary. On Tom's death in 1941 his son Tom became Secretary. Among many other things, the Trust administered Beach Crest as a holiday home for the family until 1975, when they sold it to Frank and Florence Middlemiss. Also in 1975 Donald Bearman, the last Tenant for Life of the Trust, died and the Trust was then broken up and the assets distributed among the family.”

Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Probate records show Thomas left £16,079 14s 1d.

Son: Thomas Bearman (born 21.11.1873 Hackney, Middlesex died 24.6.1878 )   View NotesHide notes  

Thomas “died shortly after the move from Fremont Street to Tudor Road and on the very day of the birth of his sister Edith, who was said to have been born "sobbing and sighing" as a result.”

Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Daughter: Kate Bearman (born 3.8.1876 Hackney, Middlesex died 1.4.1958 )   View NotesHide notes  

Kate “was in many ways a daintier version of her mother, from whom she inherited her flaming red hair. As a child she hated her red hair because the rude urchins used to shout "carrots" after her, but her husband later particularly admired it. Kate was educated at Lady Eleanor Holles' School, which was at that time situated in Mare Street, Hackney. She loved music and played both piano and violin. Her husband Tom bought her a piano when they married (8th October 1904) and this same piano was still very much in use by Kate's Merkin great-grandchildren ninety-four years later. She also loved animals, especially cats, of which she nearly always had one. In 1934 the family got a Chow dog called Ruff, which can be seen in many photos taken in the 1930s. Ruff was a splendid big dog, very strong; unfortunately he pulled Kate over, causing her to break her hip in 1938.

Like her mother, Kate was a woman of strong opinions and precise and proper ways. She lived all her life after her marriage at 16, Sandringham Road, Leyton even though this involved sleeping in the coal cellar during the Blitz of the 2nd World War. Before her marriage she had been a rather reserved person; afterwards, when she was stuck out at Leyton with nobody to talk to, her sisters were astonished at her flood of conversation when she visited the family home in Hackney. However, in 1911 her sister Hilda also moved to Leyton.”

Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Daughter: Edith Bearman (born 24.6.1878 Hackney N E died 13.11.1945 )   View NotesHide notes  

Edith “was the intellectual one among the Bearman girls. She was an impressive person to meet with her level gaze, deep well-modulated voice and beautiful articulation. Charles Carrington (12th Dec. 1877-30th April 1946) was an accountant. Charles and Edith married on the 22nd August, 1903 and from about 1911 they lived in an elegant house at 11, Willifield Way, Hampstead Garden Suburb, Golders Green. London.

They had been medically advised to move there from Clapton for the sake of Edith's health, which had never been very good. Charles lost his job early in the great depression (about 1929) and they invested in a book shop, The Temple Fortune Book Shop, 1071, Finchley Road, Golders Green, London, which they ran successfully until Edith died. Several of the books in our collection were bought there. They had to leave Willifield Way for two months, September-November 1940, as there was an unexploded German bomb in the ground just behind the house. The very day after they had arrived back home the house in which they had been staying temporarily was flattened by a bomb. When Elsie Bearman was admitted to a mental hospital in 1922 Charlie took on the thankless job of Receiver of her property under the Court of Protection. When Charlie died I took on this job until Elsie died in 1970. Edith died in November 1945, of pneumonia after getting soaked in a rain storm. I met Charlie that Christmas, when he seemed quite lost without his wife, and he died only four months later.”

Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Daughter: Hilda Bearman (born 14.6.1880 Hackney, Middlesex died 16.7.1970 )   View NotesHide notes  

Hilda “was educated at the Misses Pitman’s school in Hackney until 1890, then at Lady Eleanor Holles’ School, which she left in 1895. In 1894, 1895 and 1896 the family went on holiday to Margate (by "Eagle" steamer from Tower Bridge). These were the first family holidays they had had, which suggests that Thomas Bearman probably retired from the shop in 1894.

About 1900 Hilda met Edward Middlemiss, as the Middlemiss family was at that time living next door at 10. Tudor Road. They became engaged in 1901 and married in 1907. Hilda, having a clear soprano voice, was in the choir at Mare Street Baptist Church, took part regularly in the Nonconformist Union Choir Festivals at the Crystal Palace, and sang in several Handel and other oratorios. This was with her fiance, who had a good baritone voice. In addition she was a fairly competent pianist. She was also an excellent draughtswoman and was often employed by her father to make detailed drawings of his coins. She was a keen tennis player and, in the winter, a skater on the lake in Victoria Park.

After their marriage, Hilda and Edward lived for 3½ years in rooms at 32, Poole Road, Hackney, London, and here their first child, Edward Thomas Middlemiss, was born. They moved to 38, Canterbury Road, Leyton on the 11th March 1911. Here Edward was able to indulge his interests in gardening, carpentry, photography and in having a dog - the Airedale Bob was the first.

Hilda was a less assertive person than her sisters Kate and Edith but was a woman of strong principles and knew her own mind. She was more concerned with fundamentals than with more trivial matters; she was not worried if the house was a bit untidy or about such details as the precise time of meals as long as her children grew up with the right principles in life. Like her husband and like her sister Kate, she was very fond of animals and we grew up in close contact with dogs, cats, tortoises, etc. Many of her letters from the time of the second World War have been preserved and shed a vivid light on what housekeeping, shopping and travelling were like in the dark days of the Blitz. On reading them, the word "indomitable" comes to mind as descriptive of her.”

Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Daughter: Elsie Nora Bearman (born 14.7.1882 Hackney N E died 2.2.1970 )   View NotesHide notes  

Elsie was “educated at Lady Holles’ School. She was the artistic one among the Bearman girls. She had a thorough training, including a painting tour of Holland, and was excellent at both drawing and painting. Several of her pictures have been handed down through the family, although one of the best, a still life with oranges, was destroyed when 38, Canterbury Road was bombed in 1940. When the Middlemiss family were living next door, about 1900, and Hilda and Edward became engaged, Elsie and Edward's younger brother, Alec , were very interested in each other; this was during 1900 - there was no mention of it in 1901. It is said that an engagement was vetoed by Mrs. Bearman. Elsie never did marry, but continued to live at Tudor Road. In 1921 she suffered the unpleasant shock of finding her father dead. About that time she was becoming progressively more withdrawn and peculiar and at the beginning of 1922 she was diagnosed as suffering from schizophrenia and committed to Horton Hospital, Epsom. She remained in hospital for the rest of her life, for many years in Garden Villa 3, Horton Hospital, but during the 2nd World War she was transferred to West Park Hospital, where she eventually died. She was not an unreasonable patient; she was always helping with the chores at the hospital and in the 1940s took up drawing and painting again quite successfully. Under modern ideas she would never have been kept in hospital all her life.”

Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Son: Donald Boyd Bearman (born 24.5.1890 Hackney N E died 8.1975 )   View NotesHide notes  

Donald “was educated at the Parmiters' School, Bethnal Green, and became a Chartered Accountant, although he once said that he would rather have done something literary with his life, like Charlie Carrington in his latter years (and cf. Tom Stutchbury Jnr.). Don was a keen Quaker and, like Tom Stutchbury Snr., a Fabian socialist.

During the 1st World War he was an absolute conscientious objector and spent much time in prison. In prison (1916-1919) the regime was very tough and he disliked recalling such unhappy memories in later life. He was severely restricted in how often he could write home, what he could write and how much. The letters survive and are written in minute writing to get more on a page. They say nothing about life in prison and consist entirely of his own philosophical thoughts.

Quakers hold meetings rather than services, so on a Sunday he was always off to meeting, where he would take his little notebook to remind him of the thoughts that had come to him during the week, which he would then share with others at the meeting. He was a colourful figure - six feet five inches tall and slim, quite a health fanatic and a strong believer in homeopathy. Most days, right up until his late seventies, he could be seen high up on his specially designed two-barred bicycle cycling down to the River Lea at Broxbourne, summer and winter, to swim. (It is only fair to add that the water was warmed by discharge from the power station upstream). He was keen on nudism - perhaps as a reaction against Victorian stuffiness towards sexual matters. The large extended garden and pool at Noonsun enabled him and his children (not his wife) to swim and sunbathe in the nude, and later in life he liked to visit nudist camps.

He had a tendency to have his head in the clouds - a trait which could be infuriating when practical family matters needed attention. His wife was the extreme opposite in this respect - very down-to-earth. As a young man after the War he travelled much in Europe and met Ethel Webb in Paris.”

Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Lived at 25 Churchfields, Broxbourne - Ancestry have phone records from 1941-1960.

Sister: Rhoda Sandell (born 27.2.1855 St Aldate, Oxfordshire died 19.12.1943 Bromley Road) 4 children  

Husband: John Barraclough Howson (born 12.1842 St Ebbes, Oxford died 10.4.1908 )   View NotesHide notes  

Probate 28 May 1908, John Barraclough Howson of 134 Hollydale-road Peckham, Surrey died 10 April 1908 at the Charing Cross Hospital Middlesex, to Rhoda Howson widow. Effects £184 19s.

Daughter: Rhoda Howson (born 6.1878 Lambeth, Surrey died 6.1953 )   View NotesHide notes  

Rhoda “married Ernest Southernwood in 1904. They lived at 158, Waller Road, New Cross, South-east London. They had no children.” — Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Daughter: Emily Howson (born 12.1879 Lambeth, Surrey died 12.1961 Greenwich Road)   View NotesHide notes  

Emily “married Mr. Mitchell (died 1937), a man a good deal older than herself and she was a widow for many years, living at Lee, south-east London. They had no children. She died suddenly in November 1961. I was told that this was the result of being caught between two trams and crushed (but were there any trams in the London area in 1961? Another story is that she was knocked down by a car).” — Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Daughter: Winifred Howson (born 1891 Camberwell, London )   View NotesHide notes  

Winifred “married Basil Banks and they lived in a house called Winbas at 18, Exford Road, London, SE12. (Note that nearly all this part of the family was concentrated in south-east London). In later years Winnie moved to Hythe. She suffered with arthritis and was not very mobile. Winnie and Basil had two children, Winifred Jnr. and Beryl. Winifred Banks married a man named Cooke, and they had a son Clive Vincent Cooke, born 29th August 1943. Beryl Banks, with her sister and parents, used to stay at Beach Crest in the 20s.” — Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Son: Wilfrid Laurences Paget Howson (born 1897 Camberwell, London )   View NotesHide notes  

“Wilfred emigrated to Canada on the 8th March 1913. He married and had two daughters.” — Frank Middlemiss’s online notes

Brother: John Edward Sandell (born 22.2.1858 Oxford died 14.3.1907 Hackney)  

Brother: James Albert Sandell (born 13.1.1860 Oxford died 14.12.1941 Tooting Beck)  

Sister: Kezia Sandell (born 20.3.1862 Oxford, Oxfordshire died 3.1948 Essex Rd)   View NotesHide notes  

Kezia “was born at Headington, near Oxford. In 1911, she married a Thomas Coles and they lived in Newbridge, Monmouthshire. Sadly, before they had been married long, he had an accident. I was told that he walked in the dark into a machine - I think it was a lawn mower - and suffered injuries from which he died. Auntie Kiz, as she was always called, spent the rest of her life in domestic jobs and lodgings. According to the 1881 and 1901 censuses, she was living with the Bearmans at 8, Tudor Road on both these dates. She had a room in our house at Canterbury Road, Leyton, for a time, when I was a small child. In her last years she had rooms in Granville Road, Walthamstow.

“Like most of her sisters, she was a woman of forceful personality and strong opinions, fiercely conservative in her views. Like so many people originating in the 19th century, and like some characters in Dickens, she had a special dread of having to go into the workhouse. In 1934, when for some illness she had to spend some time in St. Margaret's Hospital, Epping, we had to be very careful that she did not find out that it had formerly been the workhouse. For some reason she always seemed particularly fond of me. In February 1941 it was reported that she was using her precious ration coupons to buy extra food ready for my next leave.”

Frank Middlemiss wrote in his family notes online

Husband: Thomas Coles (born 1862 )  

Sister: Clara Sandell (born 26.9.1863 Oxford, Oxfordshire died 4.3.1952 Los Angeles, California, USA)   View NotesHide notes  

Frank Middlemiss wrote in his online notes: Clara “was the only one of Joseph and Leah's children who was not given a biblical name. As they already had a Kezia, named after one of the daughters of Job, they intended to call their youngest after another of Job's daughters, Keren-Happuch, but when they arrived at the font neither of them could remember the name. So, quite on the spur of the moment, looking at his daughter's typical Sandell red hair, Joseph decided to call her Clara Bright. Clara Sandell later, as a young woman, emigrated, quite alone, to Canada and then the USA. There she married three successive husbands, of whom the last was a wealthy orange grower at Anaheim, California. She died in California in 1952.”

I have not been able to find any evidence of middle name Bright or of 3 husbands, however the meaning of the name Clara is taken to be bright so possibly the story got mixed up over the years.

Emigrated 1st July 1911 to Halifax, Canada, on board the ship Carthaginian. When Clara crossed from Canada to US in 1912 she apparently had 25 dollars in her possesion and was described as being 5'5" tall, fair complexion, brown hair and green eyes.

Death record of Clara Long online at vitals.rootsweb.ancestry.com confirms her identity with mother’s maiden Davis, father Sandell and birth date of 26th Sept 1863.

Clara can be seen in the 1920 census in Los Angeles as widow Tagg. The following year she married William J. Long. From the time of her crossing the Canada - US border in 1912 when she gave her age as 38 (48), 1920 census 45 (56) Clara understated her age. In her death record she is recorded as being the widow of William Tagg (her first marriage) but the dates were at least correct.

Husband: William J Long (born 1859 Illinois, USA )  

Husband: John S Tagg (born 1864 )   View NotesHide notes  

Was a builder according to the 1916 voter registration lists attached. 

Mother was Elizabeth Hunt, father James according to marriage record on familysearch.


Wife: Edith Emma Mann (born 18.10.1855 Bow, London died 21.1.1939 Hackney)  

Daughter: Ida Helena Sandell (born 5.2.1884 Bethnal Green, London died 21.4.1963 Plaistow) 3 children   View NotesHide notes  

“Ida ... married William Malcolm on the 25th July 1908. From early in the 2nd World War they were living at 3, Sandringham Road, Leyton, opposite the Stutchburys, where William died in 1949. My wife Florence and I inspected the house in 1954 with a view to buying it, but we decided not to. Ida and William had three children, Frank, Alan and Kathleen.”

Bearman Family tree by Dr. Frank Middlemiss

Husband: William Gregory Malcolm (born 23.10.1878 Bethnal Green London died 29.3.1949 Walthamstow)   View NotesHide notes  

From early in the 2nd World War they were living at 3, Sandringham Road, Leyton opposite the Stutchburys, where William died in 1949. My wife Florence and I inspected the house in 1954 with a view to buying it, but we decided not to.

Frank Middlemiss - online notes

Son: Frank Gregory Malcolm (born 3.4.1912 Hackney died 2.3.1975 Aylesbury)   View NotesHide notes  

Was an infantry officer during the 2nd World War and was wounded in Italy in 1943, according to Frank Middlemiss’s notes.

Son: Alan Robert Malcolm (born 1914 died 1981 )   View NotesHide notes  

Alan was a conscientious objector during the 2nd World War, according to Frank Middlemiss’s notes.

Daughter: Kathleen Mary Malcolm (born 1920 died 2008 )   View NotesHide notes  

Kathleen “is my exact contemporary. In 1921, when I could just walk and she had not yet learned to do so, I held her hand while she took her first steps. At the age of 20 she was engaged to a Theology student, a year older than herself, whom she met at college. She was described at the time as "looking no more than sixteen". In September 1942 she started teaching in a boys' grammar school at Brentwood, Essex, and was married in the summer of 1943. Her husband was called Kenneth Oram. He had a successful ecclesiastical career, eventually becoming bishop of Grahamstown, South Africa. After Kenneth's death, Kathleen lived at Worthing.” Frank Middlemiss

Son: Charles Howard Sandell (born 27.11.1886 Bethnal Green, London died 26.7.1958 Southend) 2 children  

Wife: Nellie Florence May Renvoize (born 1892 Hackney, London )  

Son: Kenneth Charles Sandell (born 1917 Richmond, Surrey died 2003 )  

Daughter: Betty P Sandell (born 1919 Wandsworth, Surrey )  

Daughter: Gertrude Linda Sandell (born 12.8.1888 Bethnal Green, London died 2.1.1980 N Walsham) 1 children  

Husband: William Taylor (born 1883 died 2.7.1967 )  

Son: Brian William Taylor (born 23.1.1920 Hackney, London died 2.9.2005 )  

Son: Reginald Pagett Sandell (born 30.9.1890 Bethnal Green, London died 24.8.1972 Colchester) 1 children  

Wife: Doris Amy Bower Young (born 1897 Hackney, London died 1994 )  

Son: Terence John Sandell (born 1928 died 2005 )  



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1929-04-08 Post
card to Donald Bearman from Harold Bing on the ...
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card to Donald Bearman from Harold Bing on the ...
Oxfordshire in
the 1830 Pigotts directory
Ruth Hammond
and grandfather Donald Bearman 1959 ish
P4-5: Sarah
Webb, Alfred Robert Webb in Enfield, Donald Bearman...
p6-7: Donald
and Ethel Webb’s wedding and honeymoon in France
Brian Taylor,
thanks to the Sherrington Plus family tree on Anc...
Death register
for William Taylor aged 83 in 1967, thanks to Sh...
The Bearmans,
presumably at Noonsun in the late 1940s
JosephSandell-1
847-POdirectory
Thomas Bearman
land record 1882 property Norfolk Road, Hackney
Thomas Bearman
was a Member of the Council of the British Numis...
Keturah
Bearman, probate 1930
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masBearman-1918
Keturah Bearman
on the electoral register in 1922
Donald Bearman
of 25 Churchfields, Broxbourne in the 1941 phone...
Thomas Bearman
on the 1880 electoral register
Donald Bearman
in the phone books 1960
Keturah Bearman
on the electoral register for the first time in...
Thomas Bearman
on the electoral register in 1901 thanks to his ...
North Emily
Street on Google’s Street View. Clara Long lived ...
Clara emigrated
to Canada on board the SS Carthaginian in July ...
Clara gave her
age as 45 at the time of the 1920 census.
Clara Long in
Los Angeles in the 1930 US census
Clara and
husband John S Tagg on Los Angeles voters list in 191...
Clara (Sandell)
Long, age 76, Anaheim, Orange, California 1940
Clara Sandell
crossed from Canada to USA in 1912. She gave her ...
Clara Sandell
on board the Carthaginian to Halifax, Canada in 1...
Stewart Headlam
in 1907, was the new curate of St Matthews Beth...
Cartoon of
Stewart Headlam who officiated at Thomas and Keturah...
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Bearman's WWI service record
Donald
Bearman's WWI joining record
Keturah was
living at 6 Victoria Place when she got married in ...
The Triangle,
Hackney 1873 where Thomas Bearman had his bakery
Bath Place,
Holywell, Oxford. Joseph Sandell is listed in Hunt...
Probate record
for Benjamin Bockett Turner who died 4 Dec 1876.
Marriage record
of Benjamin Bockett Turner and Hannah Dawson 17...
Benjamin Turner
in 1841
Edward Sandell
privilegiatus - the privileges of the University...
Charicature of
a man-midwife from 1793. Edward Charles Sandell ...
Marriage of Mr
Sandell, Apothecary and Man Midwife to Miss Cox ...
The founding of
Dorchester School in 1801 by Mr Paget. Edward S...
Death of Joseph
P Sandell, in Jackson’s Oxford Journal Fe...
Bankrupt
auction of land owned by Edward Charles Sandell from J...
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Barraclough Howson 1908 probate
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Bearman’s probate record 1922
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Bearman’s Opel outside Beachcrest. The model of ca...
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at Beachcrest by Elsie Nora Bearman, 1900.
Beachcrest,
Deal, purchased by Thomas Bearman in 1897 and used ...
Beachcrest with
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Picture by
Elsie Nora Bearman hanging in Beachcrest in 2010, da...
Beachcrest,
Deal in 2010. Bought by Thomas Bearman in 1897 foll...
Kettle Hall see
www.headington.org.uk where it is believed Edwa...
Edward Sandell
was a pupil of Magdalen school
Edward
Sandell's bankruptcy in 1837
Edward
Sandell's schooling at Magdalen School costing 15 shilli...
Donald and
Ethel Bearman’s Ruby Wedding, 29 September 1962
Wedding of
Charles Howard SANDELL, 28th August 1915. Front row ...
Emily HOWSON,
later Mitchell, 1879-1961
Emily HOWSON
Emily HOWSON
Emily MITCHELL,
née Howson
Ernest
SOUTHERNWOOD and Rhoda HOWSON’s wedding 1904
Rhoda HOWSON
and Ernest SOUTHERNWOOD’s wedding. Keturah BEARM...
Thomas BEARMAN,
1st left, Keturah 3rd from left and Elsie far r...
Thomas BEARMAN
1873-1878
Thomas BEARMAN
1873-1878
Kate BEARMAN
1873-1958
Kate BEARMAN
1873-1958
Kate BEARMAN
1873-1958
Kate BEARMAN
1873-1958
Kate BEARMAN
(as an adult she rarely looks directly at the came...
4 people on
left are: Thomas jnr, Thomas, Kate and Hilda. Small...
Edith BEARMAN,
1878-1945
Edith BEARMAN,
1878-1945
Edith BEARMAN,
1878-1945
Edith BEARMAN,
1878-1945, aged 16
Edith BEARMAN,
1878-1945
Thomas BEARMAN,
1846-1921, Husband of Keturah SANDELL
Edith BEARMAN,
later Carrington
Charles and
Edith CARRINGTON
Charles and
Edith CARRINGTON
Charles and
Edith CARRINGTON
Charles and
Edith CARRINGTON
Charles and
Edith CARRINGTON’s wedding, 22.8.1903
Edith
CARRINGTON, née Bearman
Keturah
BEARMAN, 28th February 1917
Hilda BEARMAN
Hilda BEARMAN
Elsie Nora
BEARMAN, 1882-1970
Elsie Nora
BEARMAN, 1882-1970
Elsie BEARMAN,
4th from right, 3rd row down, at Lady Holles’ ...
Andre’s
Institute, Hackney, where the Bearman girls learnt th...
Donald Boyd
BEARMAN, 1890-1975
Donald Boyd
BEARMAN, 1890-1975
Donald Boyd
BEARMAN, 1890-1975
Donald Boyd
BEARMAN
Donald Boyd
BEARMAN
Donald BEARMAN
at Parmiters School, Bethnal Green
Donald BEARMAN
in the army sports team
Donad BEARMAN
and Thomas STUTCHBURY in the library at 8 Tudor R...
Donad BEARMAN
and Thomas STUTCHBURY in the library at 8 Tudor R...
Leah SANDELL
nee Davis. Joseph Pagett SANDELL’s wife
Leah SANDELL
nee Davis. Joseph Pagett SANDELL’s wife
Elizabeth
FARMER nee Sandell, at Marple, Cheshire
Thomas BEARMAN
jnr
Kezia SANDELL,
later Coles
Kezia SANDELL,
later Coles
Clara SANDELL
1863-1952
Clara SANDELL
1863-1952
Clara SANDELL,
taken in California
John Tagg,
Clara’s first husband
Clara SANDELL,
shortly before she emigrated in 1911
Thomas BEARMAN
Keturah BEARMAN
(née Sandell)
Thomas BEARMAN
Keturah BEARMAN
Keturah BEARMAN
Brother Tom
Bearman - which begs the question who thought of hi...
Keturah BEARMAN
Thomas, Keturah
and family on beach at Deal. Don’t know who i...
Thomas BEARMAN
at gate of 8 Tudor Road, Hackney.
Thomas and
Keturah with: Kate on back row, Hilda on middle left...
Thomas
BEARMAN’s calling card
Thomas and
Ketura, with Kate, Elsie and Edith, l to r back row,...
Thomas
BEARMAN’s shop, 101 Mare Street, Hackney, where Thomas...
8 Tudor Road,
Hackney (the house is still there but much altere...
Thomas BEARMAN
on steps of 8 Tudor Road
The BEARMAN’s
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Census records:

1841 Clarendon Place Jericho, St Thomas, Oxford, Oxfordshire
  
Sandell Edwd M 70 1771 Ind Oxfordshire 141
Sandell Phillis F 60 1781 Oxfordshire 140
Sandell Jos M 25 1816 School ??? Oxfordshire 132
Sandell Maria F 20 1821 Governess ?? Oxfordshire 142
Davis Leah F 15 1826 F/S [female servant] Oxfordshire 134

1841 Fisher, Oxfordshire
  
Davies James M 45 1796 Oxfordshire 524
Davies Elizabeth F 45 1796 Oxfordshire 525
Davies David M 25 1816 Oxfordshire 526
Davies Rachel F 20 1821 Oxfordshire 527
Davies Abraham M 15 1826 Oxfordshire 528
Davies Ester F 14 1827 Oxfordshire 529
Davies Isaac M 10 1831 Oxfordshire 530
Davies Hepzibah F 8 1833 Oxfordshire 515
Davies Lois F 5 1836 Oxfordshire 531

1851 1, Essex Place, Mare Street, Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex
  
Bearman Thomas Head Married M 38 1813 Baker Essex, Chelmsford 21
Bearman Catherine Wife Married F 36 1815 Middlesex, Kentish Town 17
Bearman Thomas Son M 4 1847 Middlesex, Hackney 18
Boyd Jane Sister in law F 23 1828 Shop woman Middlesex, Homerton 22
Lay William Servt S M 21 1830 Baker Berkshire, Newbury

1851 Brewers Street, St Aldate, Oxford, Oxfordshire
  
Davis Isaac Visitor Unmarried M 21 1830 Labourer Bampton, Oxfordshire 530
Sandell Joseph Head Married M 39 1812 School Master Oxford St Michael, Oxfordshire 132
Sandell Leah Wife Married F 26 1825 Bampton, Oxfordshire 134
Sandell Elizabeth Daughter F 3 1848 Oxford St Aldate, Oxfordshire 133
Sandell Hadassah Daughter F 1 1850 Oxford St Aldate, Oxfordshire 135
Sandell Keturah Daughter F 0 1851 Oxford St Aldate, Oxfordshire 29
Davis Hephzibah Visitor Unmarried F 20 1831 Barmaid Bampton, Oxfordshire 515
Sandell Phillis Mother Widow F 67 1784 Fund Holder Bletchington, Oxfordshire 140
Prior Alice Servant Unmarried F 14 1837 House Servant East Hannay, Berkshire
Noys Lois Visitor F 8 1843 Oxford St Martin, Oxfordshire 668

1851 Fishers Bridge, Bampton, Oxfordshire
  
Davies James Head Married M 58 1793 Labourer , Faringdon, Berkshire 524
Davies Elizabeth Wife Married F 58 1793 Wife , Eaton Hastings, Berkshire 525
Davies Louss Daughter Unmarried F 18 1833 Bampton, Oxon 531

1861 12, Mare Street Essex Place, South Hackney, London, Middlesex
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Bearman Thos Head Married M 48 1813 Bread and Biscuit Baker master employs 2 men 2 boys Essex, Chelmsford 21
Bearman Catherine Wife Married M 46 1815 Middlesex, Kentish Town 17
Bearman Thos Son M 14 1847 Middlesex, Hackney 18
Boyd Joseph Brother in law Unmarried M 37 1824 Baker Middlesex, Homerton 19
Bowe Mary Servant Unmarried F 22 1839 House Servant Middlesex, London 20

1861 Diamond Terrace, St Giles, Summertown, Oxford, Oxfordshire
  
Tunwell Phillis Head Widow F 78 1783 Fund Holder Bletchingdon, Oxfordshire 140
Hounslow Letitia Daughter Married F 41 1820 Grocers Wife Oxford 142
Hounslow Sarah B S Granddaughter Unmarried F 18 1843 Scholar Oxford 205
Hounslow Letitia W Granddaughter Unmarried F 15 1846 Scholar Oxford 206
Hounslow William E Grandson Unmarried M 15 1846 Booksellers Clerk Oxford 202
Hounslow Rose Granddaughter Unmarried F 9 1852 Scholar Oxford 204
Hounslow James Grandson Unmarried M 5 1856 Scholar Oxford 207
Hounslow Maria Granddaughter Unmarried F 3 1858 Scholar Oxford 208
Stockwell Eliza Servant Unmarried F 14 1847 House Servant Old Woodstock, Oxfordshire

1861 Hockmore Street, Cowley, Oxford, Oxfordshire
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Sandell Joseph Head Married M 49 1812 English Teacher St Michael, Oxfordshire 132
Sandell Leah Wife Married F 36 1825 Bampton, Oxfordshire 134
Sandell Elizabeth Daughter Unmarried F 13 1848 Scholar Oxford 133
Sandell Hadajsah Daughter Unmarried F 11 1850 Scholar Oxford 135
Sandell Keturah Daughter Unmarried F 10 1851 Scholar Oxford 29
Sandell Charles J Son Unmarried M 8 1853 Scholar Oxford 136
Sandell Rhoda Daughter Unmarried F 6 1855 Scholar Oxford 137
Sandell John E Son Unmarried M 3 1858 Scholar Oxford 138
Sandell James E Son Unmarried M 1 1860 Scholar Oxford 139
Harman Frederick Visitor Unmarried M 16 1845 Witney 2304

1861 St Johns Cottage..., St Giles Street, St Giles, Oxford, Oxfordshire
  
Davis Edward Head Married M 33 1828 Groom Farringdon, Berkshire 533
Davis Lois Wife Married F 27 1834 Bampton, Oxfordshire 531
Davis Elizabeth Daughter F 2 1859 Woodstock, Oxfordshire 534
Davis Edwin F Son M 0 1861 Oxford, Oxfordshire 535
Davis James Visitor Widower M 68 1793 Farringdon, Berkshire 524
Balls Elizabeth Nurse Widow F 53 1808 Nurse Bampton, Oxfordshire

1871 101 Mare St, Hackney, London, Middlesex
  
Bearman Catherine Head Widow F 56 1815 Confectioner Middlesex, Kentish Town 17
Bearman Thomas Son Unmarried M 24 1847 Confectioner Middlesex, Hackney 18
Boyd Joseph Brother Unmarried M 46 1825 Baker Middlesex, Homerton 19
Boyd Mary Sister F 30 1841 Middlesex, Russell Square 20

1881 134, Hollydale Rd, Camberwell, Surrey
  
Howson John Barraclough Head Married M 38 1843 Commercial Clerk (Tailor) Oxford, Oxfordshire 177
Howson Rhoda Wife Married F 26 1855 Commercial Clerk Wife Oxford, Oxfordshire 137
Howson Rhoda Daughter Single F 2 1879 Commercial Clerk Daur Lambeth, Surrey 178
Howson Emily Daughter Single F 1 1880 Commercial Clerk Daur Lambeth, Surrey 179

1881 16, Dunlace Rd, Hackney, Middlesex
  
Jones John Messenger Head Married M 31 1850 Builder Employing 9 Men 3 Boys Jersey, Channel Islands 256
Jones Hada Wife Married F 31 1850 Builder Wife Oxford City, Oxfordshire 135

1881 35, Oval, Bethnal Green, Middlesex
  
Barker Thos M Head Married M 44 1837 School Teacher Dedham, Essex
Barker Catherine Wife Married F 40 1841 Wales
Malcolm Robert M Lodger Head Married M 54 1827 Dock Laborer Shadwell, Middlesex 241
Malcolm Martha M Wife Married F 38 1843 Limehouse, Middlesex 242
Malcolm Jeannie Daughter Single F 14 1867 Shoe Paste Fitter Bethnal GN, Middlesex 243
Malcolm Alice H Daughter Single F 6 1875 Scholar Bethnal GN, Middlesex 244
Malcolm Robert M Son Single M 4 1877 Bethnal GN, Middlesex 245
Malcolm William G Son Single M 2 1879 Bethnal GN, Middlesex 201
Munn Jesse Lodger Widower M 57 1824 Bricklayers Labourer Boxmoor, Hertfordshire

1881 66, Dunlace Road, Hackney, Middlesex
  
Sandell John Edward Head Single M 23 1858 Clerk Oxford, Oxfordshire 138
Sandell Leah Mother Widow F 56 1825 Bampton, Oxfordshire 134
Sandell James Albert Brother Son Single M 21 1860 Carpenter Oxford, Oxfordshire 139
Sandell Clara Sister Daughter Single F 17 1864 Dressmaker Oxford, Oxfordshire 149

1881 8, Tudor Rd, Hackney, Middlesex
  
Bearman Thomas Head Married M 34 1847 Pastry Cook & Confectioner Hackney, Middlesex 18
Bearman Keturah Wife Married F 30 1851 Oxford, Oxfordshire 29
Bearman Kate Daughter Single F 4 1877 Hackney, Middlesex 129
Bearman Edith Daughter Single F 2 1879 Hackney, Middlesex 33
Bearman Hilda Daughter Single F 0 1881 Hackney, Middlesex 130
Sandell Kerzia Sister In Law Single F 19 1862 Oxford, Oxfordshire 131
Hawkins Louisa Servant Single F 15 1866 Dom Serv Hackney, Middlesex

1881 Elm Ter, St Mary Bishopshill Senior, Yorkshire (East riding)
  
Farmer Robert J Head Married M 33 1848 Optician Employing 1 Man And 1 Boy, London, London, Middlesex 267
Farmer Elizabeth Wife Married F 30 1851 Oxford, Oxfordshire 133
Fender Jennie G Visitor Single F 19 1862 York

1891 1, Hill Crest, Church Lane, Marple, Cheshire
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Farmer Robt John Head Married M 44 1847 Optician Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex 267
Farmer Elizabeth Wife Married F 43 1848 Oxford 133
Nightingale Rachel Servant Single F 20 1871 General Servant Domestic Peterborough, Lincolnshire

1891 11, The Oval, Bethnal Green, London
  
Sandell Chas Joseph Head Married M 38 1853 Sign Writer Oxford 136
Sandell Edith Emma Wife Married F 35 1856 London 196
Sandell Ida Helena Daughter Single F 7 1884 Bethnal Green 197
Sandell Chas Howard Son Single M 5 1886 Bethnal Green 198
Sandell Gertrude Linda Daughter Single F 2 1889 Bethnal Green 199
Sandell Reginald Paget Son Single M 0 1891 Bethnal Green 200
Cotter Arthur Lodger Single M 25 1866 Milk Carrier Springfield, Essex
Cotter Edward Lodger Single M 23 1868 Milk Carrier Bloomfield, Essex

1891 134, Hollydale Road, Camberwell, Peckham, London
  
Howson John B Head Married M 48 1843 Accountant Tailors Manager St Ebbes, Oxfordshire 177
Howson Rhoda Wife Married F 36 1855 St Aldate, Oxfordshire 137
Howson Emily Daughter Single F 11 1880 Scholar Lambeth, London 179
Howson Winfred Daughter Single F 0 1891 Camberwell, London 257
Howson Rhoda Daughter Single F 12 1879 Scholar Lambeth, London 178

1891 19, Appleby Street, Shoreditch, London, London
  
Malcolm Martha M Head Widow F 48 1843 Paper Bag Maker Limehouse, London 242
Malcolm Alice E Daughter Single F 16 1875 Machinist Bethnal Green, London 244
Malcolm Robert N Son M 14 1877 Office Boy Bethnal Green, London 245
Malcolm William G Son M 12 1879 Scholar Bethnal Green, London 201
Malcolm Thomas E Son M 9 1882 Scholar Bethnal Green, London 248
Malcolm Martha M Daughter F 7 1884 Scholar Bethnal Green, London 249

1891 19, Salisbury Road, Bexley, Kent
  
Smallwood Eliza Head Widow F 80 1811 Living On Her Own Means Dunstable
May Emily Servant Single F 26 1865 Nurse And House Keeper Thorpe Le Soken, Essex
Sandell Kezia Servant Single F 28 1863 Useful Help Oxfordshire 131

1891 54, Southwold Road, Hackney, South Hackney, London
  
Jones Ada Head Widow F 41 1850 Seamstress Oxford 135
Jones Bertie Son Single M 9 1882 Scholar Clapton, London 260
Jones Ernest Son Single M 7 1884 Scholar Leyton, Essex 259
Cattell Charles H Lodger Widower M 53 1838 Out Of Business Islington, London
Sandell John E Lodger Single M 33 1858 Builders Clerk Oxford 138
Sandell Leah Lodger Widow F 66 1825 Brampton, Oxfordshire 134

1891 8, Tudor Road, Hackney, London
  
Bearman Thomas Head Married M 44 1847 Pastry Cook Hackney, London 18
Bearman Keturah Wife Married F 40 1851 Oxford 29
Bearman Kate Daughter Single F 14 1877 Scholar Hackney, London 129
Bearman Edith Daughter Single F 12 1879 Scholar Hackney, London 33
Bearman Hilda Daughter Single F 10 1881 Scholar Hackney, London 130
Bearman Elsie Nora Daughter Single F 8 1883 Scholar Hackney, London 30
Bearman Donald Benj Son Single M 0 1891 Hackney, London 31
Sandle Clara Visitor Single F 27 1864 Dressmaker Oxford 149

1901 10, St Thomas Square, Hackney, London
  
Sandell John Head Single M 43 1858 Commercial Clerk Oxford 138

1901 11, The Oval, Bethnal Green, London
  
Sandle Charles J Head Married M 48 1853 Sign Writer Oxford 136
Sandle Edith E Wife Married F 45 1856 Bow, London 196
Sandle Ida H Daughter Single F 17 1884 Pupil Teacher Bethnal Green, London 197
Sandle Charles H Son Single M 15 1886 Bethnal Green, London 198
Sandle Gertrude L Daughter Single F 12 1889 Bethnal Green, London 199
Sandle Reginald P Son Single M 10 1891 Bethnal Green, London 200

1901 134, Hollydale Road, Camberwell, London
  
Howson John B Head Married M 58 1843 Accountant Oxford, Oxfordshire 177
Howson Rhoda Wife Married F 46 1855 Oxford, Oxfordshire 137
Howson Rhoda Daughter Single F 22 1879 Brixton, London 178
Howson Emily Daughter Single F 21 1880 Commercial Clerk Brixton, London 179
Howson Winifred Daughter Single F 10 1891 Scholar Camberwell, London 257
Howson Wilfrid L P Son Single M 4 1897 Camberwell, London 258
Gandell Clara Sister-In-Law Single F 37 1864 Dressmaker Oxford, Oxfordshire 149

1901 54, Southwold Road, Hackney, London
  
Jones Ada Head Widow F 42 1859 Seamstress Oxford, Oxfordshire 135
Jones Ernest Son Single M 17 1884 Plumbers Assistant Leyton, Essex 259
Ladlam Emma Visitor Widow F 50 1851 Gold Beater Skin Maker Stoke Newington, London

1901 8, Tudor Road, Hackney, London
  
Bearman Thomas Head Married M 54 1847 Retired Baker and Confectioner Hackney, London 18
Bearman Keturah Wife Married F 50 1851 Oxford, Oxfordshire 29
Bearman Kate Daughter Single F 24 1877 Hackney, London 129
Bearman Edith Daughter Single F 22 1879 Hackney, London 33
Bearman Hilda Daughter Single F 20 1881 Hackney, London 130
Bearman Elsie N Daughter Single F 18 1883 Hackney, London 30
Bearman Donald B Son Single M 10 1891 Hackney, London 31
Sandell Keziah Visitor Single F 38 1863 Oxford, Oxfordshire 131

1901 Cooke Street Davenport Road, Hazel Grove And Bramhall, Hazel Grove, Cheshire
  
Farmer Robert J Head Married M 53 1848 Optician Bishopsgate, London 267
Bardsley Eliza Servant Single F 51 1850 House Keeper Domestic Denton, Lancashire

1911 1 Hillside Terrace, Mill Road, Deal W, Kent
  
Jones Hada Head Widow F 47 1864 Private Means Oxfordshire Oxford 135
Jones Ernest Son Single M 27 1884 Cycle Repaired Essex Leyton 259

1911 134 Ifield Road, West Brompton S W, London
  
Nope George Head Married M 55 1856 Frame Gilder London City
Nope Elizabeth Wife Married30 years F 56 1855 London Islington
Turner Robert Boarder Single M 47 1864 Traveller Drapery London City
Stell Frank Boarder Single M 27 1884 Student The Chemical Engineering Yorkshire Hebden Bridge
Sandell Clara Boarder Single F 47 1864 Sick Nurse Oxford City 149

1911 142 Waller Road New Cross S E, London
  
Southernwood Alfred Ernest Head Married M 32 1879 Clerk And Assistant Buyer London Camberwell 195
Southernwood Rhoda Wife Married F 32 1879 London Brixton 178

1911 16 Sandringham Road Leyton Essex, Essex
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Stutchbury Thomas Head Married M 35 1876 Registry Assistant, General Post Office London Haggerston 355
Stutchbury Kate Wife Married F 34 1877 London Sth Hackney 129

1911 21 King Edward Road S Hackney N E, London
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Sandell Charles T Head Married M 58 1853 Sign Writer (employer) City of Oxford 136
Sandell Edith E Wife Married F 55 1856 London Hackney 196
Sandell Charles H Son Single M 25 1886 Sign Writer London 198
Sandell Gertrude Daughter Single F 22 1889 L C C School Teacher London 199
Sandell Reginald Son Single M 20 1891 Sign Writer London 200

1911 294 Hertford Road Waltham Cross Hertfordshire, Middlesex
  
Howson Rhoda Head Widow F 56 1855 Confectioner And Tobacconist (dealer) Oxford Oxfordshire 137
Howson Winifred Daughter Single F 20 1891 Pianiste And Vocaliste Peckham London 257
Howson Wilfrid Laurences Paget Son M 14 1897 School Peckham London 258
Anderson Gustaf Boarder Single M 25 1886 Tomato And Cucumber Grower Sweden Resident
Frey Axel Boarder Single M 28 1883 Tomato And Cucumber Grower Sweden Resident
Banks Basil Vincent Visitor Single M 21 1890 Automatic Machine Hand Newbury Berkshire

1911 8 Tudor Road Mare St S Hackney N E, London
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Bearman Thomas Head Married M 64 1847 Retired Pastrycook Caterer Hackney N E 18
Bearman Keturah Wife Married F 60 1851 City of Oxford 29
Bearman Elsie Nora Daughter Single F 28 1883 Hackney N E 30
Bearman Donald Boyd Son Single M 20 1891 Clerk At Horse Guards Eastern Hackney N E 31
Carrington Charles Edward Henry Son In Law Married M 33 1878 Commercial Clerk Hackney N E 32
Carrington Edith Visitor Daughter Married F 32 1879 Hackney N E 33

1911 84 Frampton Park Road Hackney, London
  
Malcolm William Gregory Head Married M 32 1879 Book - Binder Bethnal Green London 201
Malcolm Ida Helena Wife Married F 27 1884 Bethnal Green London 197

1911 Beechwood Queens Road Hazel Grove Stockport, Cheshire
  
Farmer Robert Head Married M 64 1847 Optician Assistant Middlesex St Bolophy Bishopsgat 267

1911 Helena House, Canterbury Road, Leyton, Essex
  
Middlemiss Edward Stone Head Married M 31 1880 Accountant, Perfumery Dalston 360
Middlemiss Hilda Wife Married F 30 1881 Hackney 130
Middlemiss Edward Thomas Son M 2 1909 Hackney 361