KILLICK Chart 0503

This is a Chart for Henry Killick and Emma Freeman

 

married
20th September 1862
St Nicolas
Cranley
Surrey
witnesses
James FREEMAN
Eliza FREEMAN

 

1
HENRY KILLICK
born 
1837
Ashington
Sussex
registered
Decmeber quarter
1837
Thakeham district
Sussex
baptised
15th October 1837
Ashington
Sussex
occupation
1861 Miller
1862 Miller (at marriage)
1863 Miller (baptism of Emma)
1865 Miller (baptism of Ellen)
1867 Miller (baptism of Harry)
1871 Miller
1881 Master Miller
1890 Miller (marriage of Ellen)
1891 Miller (marriage of Harry)
1895 Miller (deceased) marriage of Emma
died
July 1884
Aged 45
registered
September quarter
1884
Hambledon district
Surrey
buried
12th July 1884
St Nicolas
Cranleigh, Surrey

 

2
EMMA FREEMAN

born about
March quarter
1838
Rudgwick, Sussex
died
January 1891
Hambledon district
Surrey
Aged 52
buried
5th January 1891
St Nicolas
Cranleigh
Surrey


3
Emma
KILLICK 
born about
June quarter
1863
Cranley
Surrey
baptised
7th June 1863
St Nicolas
Cranley
Surrey
died
March 1926 
Chichester district, 
Sussex 
Aged 62

married
(1)
15th April 1895
St Nicolas
Cranleigh
Surrey
witnesses
Harry KILLICK
Mabel LEBAUBE
registered
June quarter
1895
Hambledon district
Surrey
William 
BLACKMAN

married(2)
March quarter
1901
Westhampnett
Sussex
William
Henry
LUCAS
4
Ellen
KILLICK 
born about
March quarter
1865
Cranley
Surrey
baptised
3rd February 1865
St Nicolas
Cranley
Surrey
died
 (registration not found)

married
6th March 1890
St Nicolas
Cranleigh
Surrey
witnesses
Harry KILLICK
Emma KILLICK
registered
March quarter 1890
Hambledon district
Surrey
William 
Robert 
Stevens 
BAUSOR
5
Harry
KILLICK 
born about
June quarter
1867
Cranley
Surrey
baptised
5th May 1867
St Nicolas
Cranley
Surrey
died
September quarter 1902
Horsham district
Sussex 
Aged 42

married
21st November 1891
St Nicolas
Cranleigh
Surrey
witnesses
George LINTATT?
Emman KILLICK
registered
December quarter 1891
Hambledon district
Surrey 
Fanny 
Elizabeth 
EDWARDS

  1. 1841 Cranley Common, Cranley, Hambledon, Surrey. In the same property were John GREENFIELD (30) Journeyman Miller and Mary FULLER (13) Servant neither were born in Surrey
    1851 Cranley Windmill, Cranley Common, Surrey. There were two servants with the family a Samson CHEESEMAN aged 20 employed at mill born Capel, Surrey and Elizabeth BIDLE aged 17 born Chiddingfold, Surrey.
    1861 Census - Cranley Common, Cranley, Surrey
    1863 Cranley, Surrey (baptism of Emma)
    1865 Cranley Common (baptism of Ellen)
    1867 Guildford Road, Cranley, Surrey (baptism of Harry)
    1871 Census - Guildford Road, Cranleigh, Surrey. 
    1881 The Common, Cranleigh, Surrey. Living with them was Henry's brother John KILLICK (38) unmarried Miller (journeyman) born Cranleigh, Surrey and Esther HILL (75) widow, age 75 born Edenbridge, Kent (described as "mother", but whose?) Lodging with them was Caroline OLDER (55) Dressmaker, born Cranleigh, Surrey
    1884 Cranleigh, Surrey (address given at burial)
    Henry became the miller in Cranleigh after Williamís death prior to the family selling out to the WELLER brothers. Janet ALLEN suspects they were having trouble making the mill pay. Records indicate that the brothers had to install an engine not long after they purchased the mill.
    Notes
    Extract from "Old Glory" Vintage Restoration Today Magazine no 144 dated February 2002
    KING OF THE ROAD
    (Picture of a traction engine)
    The machine in question is possible Burrel Gold medal tractor No. 3639 (AH 0231) new to William F WELLER of Milford, Surrey in January 1915. "Mr WELLER went into partnership with the STEMP brothers of Alford Road, Cranleigh, Surrey (now Cranleigh Freight Services depot). STEMPS were mainly timber hauliers in 1921.
    No. 3639 was re-registered with a Surrey plate of PB 9636 and used by them until the late 1940s when it was sold for scrap. Mr WELLER also owned No. 3722 (registration PB 9856)
    When the partnership split early in 1927, Mr WELLER's name was deleted from the order Burrell's had for a new tractor No 4072 (PH 2800), names "The Cranleigh Belle" which survives today as "Tinkerbell" owned by Mr Ron WALKER of Stanmore, Middlesex since 1976.
    Other Burrel tractors that went through the STEMP and WELLER's hands were No 3361 (AH 076) for a year 1924/5, and No. 3852 (AH 0777) STEMPs from 1937 to being scrapped in 1947.
    There is picture believed to have been taken at Abinger, Surrey or Rusper, Sussex - both of which would have been but a short journey from Cranleigh, thus adding more weight that this was the correct engine.
  2. 1863 Cranley, Surrey (baptism of Emma)
    1865 Cranley Common (baptism of Ellen)
    1867 Guildford Road, Cranley, Surrey (baptism of Harry)
    1871 Census - Guildford Road, Cranleigh, Surrey. 
    1881 The Common, Cranleigh, Surrey. Living with them was Henry's brother John KILLICK (38) unmarried Miller (journeyman) born Cranleigh, Surrey and Esther HILL (75) widow, age 75 born Edenbridge, Kent (described as "mother", but whose?) Lodging with them was Caroline OLDER (55) Dressmaker, born Cranleigh, Surrey
    1891 Cranleigh, Surrey (address given at burial)
  3. 1863 Cranley, Surrey (baptism of Emma)
    1871 Census - Guildford Road, Cranleigh, Surrey. 
    1881 Parsonage, Rudgwick, Horsham, Sussex. Together with sister Ellen, servants of John LLEWELYN (72) Retired Civil Servant born London, Middlesex, his wife Margaret S (70) born London, Middlesex and daughter Mary A (35) born Brompton, Middlesex
    1891 The Common, Cranleigh, Hambledon, Surrey. Living with her brother Harry (24) Baker and Mealman born Cranleigh, Surrey. Living with them was widowed Aunt Esther HILL (85) Living on Own Means born Edenbridge, Kent, General Servant Harriet WILD (12) born Cranleigh, Surrey and brother-in-law William BANSOR (sister Ellen's husband( (27) married, Ellen not with him, Assurance Agent born Eton, Buckinghamshire
    1895 Cranleigh, Surrey (at marriage)
    1901 No 5 Verona Rerrace Tortington, Sussex. 
    1911 6 Railway Cottages Next Post Office Barnham Bognor Sussex. . Emma is down as having been married 10 years and having had not children.
  4. 1865 Cranley Common (baptism of Ellen)
    1871 Census - Guildford Road, Cranleigh, Surrey. 
    1881 Parsonage, Rudgwick, Horsham, Sussex. Together with sister Emma, servants of John LLEWELYN (72) Retired Civil Servant born London, Middlesex, his wife Margaret S (70) born London, Middlesex and daughter Mary A (35) born Brompton, Middlesex
    1890 Cranleigh, Surrey (at marriage)
    1891 Poole Road, Kinson, Dorset.
    1901 Not found
  5. 1867 Guildford Road, Cranley, Surrey (baptism of Harry)
    1871 Census - Guildford Road, Cranleigh, Surrey. 
    1881 Census -  The Common, Cranleigh, Surrey. With the family were John KILLICK, brother unmarried, age 38 a Miller (journeyman) born Cranleigh, Surrey and a Esther HILL, mother, widow, age 75 born Edenbridge, Kent. There was also a Caroline OLDER, a Lodger, age 55 a Dressmaker, born Cranleigh, Surrey
    1891 The Common, Cranleigh, Hambledon, Surrey. Living with him was his sister Emma (27) Assistant in Business born Cranley, Surrey. Living with them was widowed Aunt Esther HILL (85) Living on Own Means born Edenbridge, Kent, General Servant Harriet WILD (12) born Cranleigh, Surrey and brother-in-law William BANSOR (sister Ellen's husband( (27) married, Ellen not with him, Assurance Agent born Eton, Buckinghamshire
    1891 Cranleigh, Surrey (at marriage) 
    1901 Thurlow Arms, Baynards, Cranleigh, Cranley, Hambledon, Surrey as a widower. Living with Harry and his daughter Olive were his widowed sister-in-law Georgina LEBAUBE (52) Housekeeper (Domestic and her daughter Mabel LEBAUBE (15) both
    born in Cranleigh, Surrey. Boarding with them were Walter R HOLLAMBY (31) Railway Station Clerk born Sturry, Kent, Janie HOLLAMBY (32) and Jack JHOLLAMBY (2) born Sussex

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