ALLPRESS/MILLETT Chart 0608

This is a Chart for Thomas Whetham Allpress, Mary Ann Turner and Honey Millett

 married(1)
December 1834
 St Hillary
Cornwall
(2)married
30th May 1850
Bradden
Isle of Man
1
HONEY MILLETT

born about
1811
occupation
1841 C? Service
East India Company Ordnance Service
1841 Gentleman (baptism of Arthur Fenning)
1847 Copper Agent (baptism of Honey)
1864 Gentleman (marriage of Walter Hale)
1866 Gentleman (marriage of Henry Mitchell)
1862 Dead (marriage of Arthur Fenning)
died 
 14th August 1847
Liverpool, Lancashire
  2
MARY ANN TURNER
born about
1815
Calcutta
India
occupation
1871 Landowner (No Occupation)
died
December quarter
1889
Wandsworth district
London
Aged 75
buried
20th December 1889
Norwood Cemetery
Norwood Road
Lambeth
London
3
THOMAS WHETHAM ALLPRESS

born
28th January 1820
Huntingdonshire
occupation
1841, 1851 Solicitor
died
27th May 1852
buried
31st May 1852
St George
Onchan
Douglas
Isle of Man


4
Charles
Davier
(Dewen)
MILLETT
born 
25th January
1837
St Georges
Surrey
died
2nd August 1911
Abbotsford
Hampton Wick
Middlesex

married
28th May 1859
Strand
London
Frances
Edith
TURNER
5
Ellen
(Helen)
Elvira
MILLETT
born
19th November 1839
Surrey
England
died
12th March 1932
Wandsworth
London

married(1)
28th April 1862
Clerkenwell
Middlesex
James
Norman
FAGAN

married(2)
June quarter
1880
Lambeth
London
Alexander
Robinson
GALE
6
Arthur
Fenning
MILLETT
born
18th October 1841
Newington
Surrey
baptised
22nd December 1841
St Mary
Newington
Southwark
London
died
22nd December 1885
Benares
Uttar Pradesh
India
Aged 44

married
16th August 1862
Old Church
Parish Chapel
St Pancras
London
witnesses
George Henry LANE
Henry St??? ALLPRESS
Marianna
(Mary Anna)
Louisa
LANE
7
Walter
Hale
MILLETT
born about
1844
Liverpool
Lancashire
baptised
14th February 1844
St Peter
Liverpool
occupation
1864 Gentleman (at marriage)
1871 Clerk Bank of England
died
16th January 1900
The Grand Hotel
Trafalgar Square
Charing Cross
London
buried
20th January 1900
Norwood Cemetery
Norwood Road
Norwood
Lambeth
London
probate
30th January 1900
London
to
Katherine Maria
MILLETT
widow
will
6579 2s. 6d.
resworn
6898 2s. 9d.

married
15th June 1964
St Paul
Canonbury
Islington
London
witnesses
Henry WEST
Mary Ann HARRISKINS
Katherine
(Catherine)
(Elizabeth)
Maria
HARRISKINS

born 
13th December
1843
London
Middlesex
died
17th November 1939
Ealing district
London
Aged 96
probate
26th January 1940
to
Percy
Harriskine
WHEELER
architect
and Edna
HUDSON
(wife of Audley HUDSON)
will
10567 0s. 2d.
8
Henry
Michell
MILLETT
born about
1846
Liverpool
Lancashire
baptised
28th May 1846
Liverpool
Lancashire
died
18th January 1903

married
19th May 1866
St Mary
Osterley
Hounslow
Middlesex
witnesses
Vicoria Emily Vull? STANSBURY
Charles William FITZ-GERALD 
Helen Elicia? JACUES?
Charles D WILLETT
J Henry? GRIFF?
Katherine
Elizabeth
STANSBURY
9
Honey
MILLETT
born about
September quarter
1847
Liverpool
Lancashire
baptised
27th October 1847
St Peter
Liverpool
died
22nd November 1863
at sea
in the "Clifton" 
off 
Hook Sands, Dorset
administration
8th May 1886
Principal Registry
to
Charles
Dewen
MILLETT 
of
89 Westminster Bridge Road 
Lambeth
Surrey
brother
will
41 18s. 10d)
  1. 1835
    766
    Thoms Whetham ALLPRESS
    to
    Robt Whetham ALLPRESS
    Filed this 13th day of November 1835
    John Julian ALLPRESS of Saint Ives in the County of Huntingdonshire Gentleman maketh Oath and  saith that he did see Robert Whetham ALLPRESS of Saint Ives aforesaid Gentleman one of the  Attornies of his Majusty's Court of King's Bench at Westminster and Thomas Whetham ALLPRESS of  Saint Ives aforesaid Gentleman son of the said Robert Whetham ALLPRESS severally sign seal and as  their several acts and deeds is due form of Law deliver certain Articles of Agreement indented  bearing date the thirty first day of October last past and made between the said Robert Whetham  ALLPRESS of the one part and the said Thomas Whetham ALLPRESS of the other part whereby it was  agreed that the said Thomas Whetham ALLPRESS shoulde well and truly serve the said Robert Whetham ALLPRESS as his Clerk in the Business Profession and Practice of an Attorney of his Majesty's  Court of King's Bench at Westminster and Solicitor in Chancery for and during the term of five  years commencing from the day of the date of the said in part recited Articles of Clerkship and  that the same Articles of Agreement or Clerkship were duly executed by them the said Parties on the same date and year on which they bear date and this Deponent further saith that the names Robert Whetham ALLPRESS and Thomas Whetham ALLPRESS set and subscribed opposite to the several  seals affixed to the said in part recited Articles of Clerkship are of the several and respective handwritings of the said Robert Whetham ALLPRESS and Thomas Whetham ALLPRESS and that the mame Martha Julian thereto set and subscribed as one of the subscribed Witnesses to the Execution of the said Articles of Clerkship is the proper Handwriting of her the said Martha Julian and that the other name John Julian ALLPRESS - thereto set and subscribed as the other subscribing Witness to the Execution therefor is the proper handwriting of him this Deponent.
    John Julian ALLPRESS
    Sworn at Saint Ives in the County of Huntingdon this seventh day of November in they y ear of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and thirty five before me.
    J W O BECK a Commissioner for taking Affidavits in his Majestys Court of Kings Bench
    Sworn in Court this 24 day of November 1840
    Let Thomas Whetham ALLPRESS of Wilmington Square Gentleman, be sworn, admitted and enrolled an Attorney of Her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench at Westminster.
    Date this 23rd day of November 1840
    J PATTESON
    Articles dated 
    31st October 1835
    Exxecuted and Certificated
    dated 19th November 1840
    Examiner;s Certificate
    dated Nov. 1849
    In the Queens Bench
    Thomas Whetham ALLPRESS of No 30 Wilmington Square in the County of Middlesex Gentleman maketh oath and saith that the stamp duty of one hundred and twenty pounds was paid in respect of certain articles of clerkship bearing date the thirty first day of October one thousand eight hundred and thirty five and made between Robert Whetham ALLPRESS of Saint Ives in the county of Huntingdon gentleman one the attornies of Her Majesty's Court of Queens Bench of Westminster of the one part and this deponent of the other part as appears by the stamp impressed thereon and that the said articles were duly executed by the respective parties thereto on the day of the date thereof and were duly registered on the thirteenth day of November one thousand eight hundred and thirty five as appears by the certificate of the proper officer endorded thereon
    Sworn at my Chambers Rolls Gardens Chncery Lane London this twenty third day of November 1840
    Beofre me
    J PATTERSON
    Thos Whetham ALLPRESS
    1841 St George Place, St Georges Road, St Mary Newington, Southwark, Surrey. WIth the family was a Jane TURNER a Domestic Servant (not born Surrey)
    1841 St George Place, Old Kent Road, Southwark, London (at baptism of Arthur Fenning)
    1847 St Anne Street, Liverpool, Lancashire (baptism of Honey)
  2. Daughter of J L Turner (John Lathburg Turner) who lived in Colgong, India (now Kahalgaon in Bhagalpur district in the state of Bihar)
    1841 St George Place, St Georges Road, St Mary Newington, Southwark, Surrey. WIth the family was a Jane TURNER a Domestic Servant (not born Surrey)
    1841 St George Place, Old Kent Road, Southwark, London (at baptism of Arthur Fenning)
    1847 St Anne Street, Liverpool, Lancashire (baptism of Honey)
    1851  Census - 18 Derby Square  Conchan, Isle of Man. Two servants on this Census
    1871 Rose Villa, South Wanborough, Hampshire. M A ALLPRESS was Head with her was her daughter and two children.
    1881 1 Acacia Grove, Kingston on Thames, Surrey
    1889 26 St Luke? (Lacker)? Road, Clapham, Lambeth, London (address given at burial)
  3. 1841 Census - Birley Hall, St Ives, Huntingdonshire. I think this is the correct person he was with his brother John, but not with their parents, they were both 20 but Thomas is down as a Solicitor which is what his father appears as on this Census, hence my reasoning that this is the correct person.
    1851  Census - 18 Derby Square  Conchan, Isle of Man. Two servants on this Census
  4. 1841 St George Place, St Georges Road, St Mary Newington, Southwark, Surrey. WIth the family was a Jane TURNER a Domestic Servant (not born Surrey)
    1851 Penpol, Phillack, Cornwall. Charles, down as a grandson, was with Mary MILLETT aged 62 a Widower a Landed Proprietor born Lansellor, Cornwall, with sons Leonard aged 39 Late H.C.I.S. born Lansellor, Cornwall, Jacob Curnow aged 37 a Landed Proprietor born Lansellor, Cornwall and Richard Oak aged 35 MD (a) MRCS(a) com? ??? Physician and Surgeon born Lansellor, Cornwall. There were three servants with the family.
  5. 1841 St George Place, St Georges Road, St Mary Newington, Southwark, Surrey. WIth the family was a Jane TURNER a Domestic Servant (not born Surrey)
    1851  Census - 18 Derby Square  Conchan, Isle of Man. Two servants on this Census
    1871 Rose Villa, South Wanborough, Hampshire. M A ALLPRESS was Head with her was her daughter and two children.
    1881 88 Paulet Rd, Camberwell, London. There was a Matilda TUCKER a Servant aged 19 born London with the family.
    1891 9 Canterbury Road, Brixton, Lambeth, London. There was a Sarah BRIDGES a Servant aged 21 a Domestic Servant born Suffolk (does not know where) and two Grandchildren Helen Louise FAGAN aged 6 born Kennington, London and N I H P FAGAN Grandson aged 4 born Clapham, London.
    1901 8 Lavendale Steps, Battersea, London. Helen E GALE was head of household with her was Helen L FAGAN grand daughter aged 17 born Lambeth, London and Norman J P FAGAN aged 14 born Lambeth, London.
  6. 1841 St George Place, Old Kent Road, Southwark, London (at baptism of Arthur Fenning)
    1860 Cambridge University Alumni 1261-1900
    Name:
    Arthur Fenning . Millett 
    College:
    TRINITY HALL 
    Entered:
    Michs. 1860 
    Died:
    22 Dec 1885 
    More Information:
    Adm. pens. (age 19) at TRINITY HALL, June 11, 1860. S. of H. [Honey] C., Esq., of 23, Blenheim Road, St John's Wood, London. [B. Oct. 18, 1841. School, Christ's Hospital.] Matric. Michs. 1860; Scholar, 1861. Appointed to the Bengal Civil Service, 1861; Assistant Magistrate and Collector, N.W. Provinces, 1864-5; Assistant Commissioner of Oudh, 1865-81; Assistant Settlement Officer, 1866-81; Deputy Commissioner, 1881; District and Sessions Judge, N.W. Provinces, 1883-5. Died Dec. 22, 1885, at Benares. (Christ's Hospital Exhibitioners; India Office Lists.) 
    1862 St Pancras, London (at marriage)
    1862 London and Surrey, England, Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1597-1921
    9th August 1862
    Appeared Personally, Arthur Fenning MILLET of the Parish of Saint Pancras, in the county of Middlesex, Bachelor, a Minor of the age of Twenty years and upwards but under the age of Twenty one years and prayed a Licence for the Solemnization of Matrimony in the Parish Church of Saint Pancras aforesaid between him and Mary Anna Louisa LANE of the same Parish Spinster, a Minor of the age of Twenty years and upwards but under the age of Twenty one years and made Oath that he believeth that there is no Impediment of Kindred or Alliance, or of any other lawful cause, nor any Suit commented in any Ecclesiastical Court to bar or hinder the Proceeding of the said Matrimony, accoring to the tenor of such licence. And he further made oath, that he the said Appeaser has had his usual Place of abode within the said Parish of Saint Panras, for the space of Fifteen days last pats. And he lastly made Oath that the Consent of Mary Anne ALLPRESS, widow, the Tesamentary Guardian appointed in an by the last Willand Testament of Honey MILLETT deceased whilst living his natural and lawful Father hath been obtained to the said instended Marriage and that the Consent of George Henry LANE the natural and lawful Father of the said Mary Anna Louisa LANE the Minor aforesiad hath bee obtained to the said intended Marriage.
    Sworn before me. F I PRATT, Arthur F MILLETT
    1886 Formerly of 23 Cathcart Road, Kensington but late of the "Langham Hotel, Portlan Place, Middlesex member of the Bengal Civil Service.
    Information for Arthur Fenning MILLETT for the Cambridge Universiey Alumni 1261-1900
    Adm. pens. (age 19) at TRINITY HALL, June 11, 1860. S. of H. [Honey] C., Esq., of 23, Blenheim Road, St John's Wood, London. [B. Oct. 18, 1841. School, Christ's Hospital.] Matric. Michs. 1860; Scholar, 1861. Appointed to the Bengal Civil Service, 1861; Assistant Magistrate and Collector, N.W. Provinces, 1864-5; Assistant Commissioner of Oudh, 1865-81; Assistant Settlement Officer, 1866-81; Deputy Commissioner, 1881; District and Sessions Judge, N.W. Provinces, 1883-5. Died Dec. 22, 1885, at Benares. (Christ's Hospital Exhibitioners; India Office Lists.)
  7. 1851  Census - 18 Derby Square  Conchan, Isle of Man. Two servants on this Census
    1871 10 Guildford Road, Kennington First, Lambeth, London. They has a Servant a Sarah GILL aged 21 born Kingsland, Middlsex. Also with the was a Mary A Harriskins? sister in Law aged 30 born London, Middlesex
    1900 The Grand Hotel, Charing Cross (address given at burial)
    1900 The Bank of England (address given at probate)
    1940 13 Freeland Road, Ealing Common, Ealing, Middlesex (address given at probate)
  8. 1881 Hempton, Walsingham, Norfolk. (Job to read this Census) With Henry and Katherine was Chatherine Sophia STANSBURY mother in law widow aged 69 an Anutant born London and Victoria Emily Kett? STANSBURY sister in law aged 36 born London. There were two servant with them.
    1901 17 Avonsmore Road, Barns Court, Fulham, London. There were 2 servants with the family.
  9. 1847 St Anne Street, Liverpool, Lancashire (baptism of Honey)
    1851  Census - 18 Derby Square  Conchan, Isle of Man. Two servants on this Census

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