JACKSON Chart 0400

This is a Chart for Alfred Jackson and Charlotte Newman Barnard

married
24th December 1882
St George
Gravesend, Kent
witnesses
Richard BARNARD
Emily BARNARD
1
ALFRED JACKSON
born
 13th February 1858
38 Wakefield Street, Gravesend, Kent
baptised
21st March 1858
St George, Gravesend, Kent
occupation
1851, 1861 Scholar, 1871 and 1881 Tobacconists Assistant
1882 Tobacconist, 1891 Ship Scraper
1893 and 1901  General Labourer
1911 Joiners Labourer
  2
CHARLOTTE NEWMAN
BARNARD

born  
3rd January 1855
9 Maiden Lane, St Paul
Covent Garden, Middlesex
baptised
22nd April 1855
St Paul, Covent Garden, Middlesex
occupation
1881 Assistant in Book Shop


3
Alfred 
JACKSON
born about
December quarter 1883
Rotherhithe
Surrey
occupation
1901
Dock Clerk CC

married
Annie
???

4
Charlotte 
JACKSON
born
December quarter
1885
Rotherhithe
Surrey
occupation
1911
Household
duties

unmarried

5
Mabel 
JACKSON
born
December quarter
1886
Rotherhithe
Surrey
occupation
1911
Household
duties

married
June quarter
1911
Orsett district
Essex
Arthur
Reginald
CROUCH

6
Frank 
JACKSON
born about
1889
Grays
Essex
occupation
1911
Professors
Assistant

married
September quarter
1912
Orsett district
Essex
Winifred
Beatrice O
LOBLEY



7
Stanley 
JACKSON
born 
March quarter
1890
Grays
Essex
occupation
1911
Clerk

married
September quarter 
1915 
Orsett District, Essex
Ethel Sophia
IVES
8
Harold 
JACKSON
born
December quarter
1891
Grays
Essex
occupation
1911
Invoice Clerk
died
16th August 1916
WWI
Lance Corporal
6629, 19th Bn., London Regiment
Age 24
remembered with honour
Warlincourt
Halte
British Cemetery
Saulty
9
Beatrice 
JACKSON

born
18th July 1893
2 Lawn Place
Little Thurrock
Essex
died
6th May 1941
Harold Wood Hospital
Harold 
Wood
Hornchurch
Essex
Age 47 years

married
15th January 1916
St Mark
Victoria Dock
West Ham
Essex
licence
Ernest
WHEATON

(2)married
31st August 1918
Grays Thurrock
Essex
licence
William
Henry
MILLER

10
Marjorie 
JACKSON
born 
June quarter
1895
Grays
Essex

married
Herbert
LEE

 
  1. 1858 38 Wakefield Street, Gravesend, Kent
    1861 38 Wakefield Street, Gravesend, Kent
    1871 5 East Street, Milton, Gravesend, Kent (RG10/890 folio 75 page 19)
    1881 40 Bath Street, Gravesend, Kent  RG11; Piece: 874; Folio: 14; Page: 21; Line: ; GSU roll: 1341207.
    1882 Gravesend, Kent (Marriage Certificate) 
    1893 2 Lawn Place, Little Thurrock, Grays, Essex
    1891 Census - 2 Lawn Lee, Little Thurrock, Grays, Essex
    1901 Census - 122 William Street, Grays Thurrock, Essex
    1916 78 Cromwell Road, Grays, Essex
    1911 78 Cromwell Road,, Grays, Thurrock, Essex
    1922 78, Cromwell Rd., Grays, Essex. (Forces War Records Web site, death of son Harold)
  2. 1855 - Covent Garden, Kent
    1861 - 17 Bedford street, St Paul Covent Garden, Middlesex
    1871 St James and St Paul. Gloucestershire. There are 33 pages in the Census return, but no details on Ancestry about the name of the Orphanage or the address other than "New Orphan Houses". Children's places of birth were from many counties in the UK. RG10; Piece: 2550; Folio: 71; Page: 22; GSU roll: 835262.
    1881 Census - 16 Spencer Street, Gravesend, Kent. Charlotte N BARNARD was with her Grandmother, Mary BARNARD, aged 75 an Annuitant, born Northfleet, Kent. Another Grandchild, Arthur BARNARD, aged 15 a Painter and Decorator was also with her. They were both born in London, Middlesex.
    1882 Gravesend, Kent (Marriage Certificate) 
    1891 Census - 2 Lawn Lee, Little Thurrock, Grays, Essex
    1893 2 Lawn Place, Little Thurrock, Grays, Essex
    1901 Census - 122 William Street, Grays Thurrock, Essex
    1911 78 Cromwell Road,, Grays, Thurrock, Essex
    1916 78 Cromwell Road, Grays, Essex
    1922 78, Cromwell Rd., Grays, Essex. (Forces War Records Web site, death of son Harold)
  3. 1891 Census - 2 Lawn Lee, Little Thurrock, Grays, Essex
    1901 Census - 122 William Street, Grays Thurrock, Essex
  4. 1891 Census - 2 Lawn Lee, Little Thurrock, Grays, Essex
    1901 Census - 122 William Street, Grays Thurrock, Essex
    1911 78 Cromwell Road,, Grays, Thurrock, Essex
  5. 1891 Census - 2 Lawn Lee, Little Thurrock, Grays, Essex
    1901 Census - 122 William Street, Grays Thurrock, Essex
    1911 78 Cromwell Road,, Grays, Thurrock, Essex
  6. 1891 Census - 2 Lawn Lee, Little Thurrock, Grays, Essex
    1901 Census - 122 William Street, Grays Thurrock, Essex
    1911 78 Cromwell Road,, Grays, Thurrock, Essex
  7. 1891 Census - 2 Lawn Lee, Little Thurrock, Grays, Essex
    1901 Census - 122 William Street, Grays Thurrock, Essex
    1911 78 Cromwell Road,, Grays, Thurrock, Essex
  8. 1901 Census - 122 William Street, Grays Thurrock, Essex
    1911 78 Cromwell Road,, Grays, Thurrock, Essex
    Information from Forces War Records Site sent by John TERRY 29/10/2014
    First Name: Harold 
    Initials: H 
    Surname: JACKSON 
    DOB: Circa 1892 
    Age: 24 
    Nationality: British 
    Date of Death: 16/08/1916 
    Information: Parents: Alfred and Charlotte Jackson, of 78, Cromwell Rd., Grays, Essex. 
    Rank: Lance Corporal 
    Service Number: 6629 
    Campaign Medals: 
    Victory Medal
    Given the information we have available it is likely that Harold JACKSON was entitled to the Victory medal, also called the Inter Allied Victory Medal. This medal was awarded to all who received the 1914 Star or 1914-15 Star and, with certain exceptions, to those who received the British War Medal. It was never awarded alone. These three medals were sometimes irreverently referred to as Pip, Squeak and Wilfred.
    Eligibility for this award consisted of having been mobilised, fighting, having served in any of the theatres of operations, or at sea, between midnight 4th/5th August, 1914, and midnight, 11th/12th November, 1918. Women who served in any of the various military organisations in a theatre of operations were also eligible. 
    British War Medal
    From the information available to us, it is very possible that Harold JACKSON was entitled to the British War Medal for service in World War One. This British Empire campaign medal was issued for services between 5th August 1914 and 11th November 1918.
    The medal was automatically awarded in the event of death on active service before the completion of this period. 
    Service: British Army 
    Regiment: London Regiment 
    London Regiment during World War 1
    Battalion: 19th Battalion 
    Commemorated: Britain 
    Collection: The IWGC/CWGC Registers Collection 
    Information about 1st, 2nd 3rd Battalions on Forces war Records web site
  9. 1893 2 Lawn Place, Little Thurrock, Essex 
    1911 18 Cromwell Road, Grays, Essex 
    1911 78 Cromwell Road,, Grays, Thurrock, Essex
    1916 67 Parkes Street, Grays, Essex
      1918 Grays, Thurrock, Essex 
    1930 Bellvue Place, Southend-on-Sea, Essex 
    1941 23 Rideway, Grays, Essex
  10. 1901 Census - 122 William Street, Grays Thurrock, Essex
    1911 78 Cromwell Road,, Grays, Thurrock, Essex

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