LUPTON Chart 0601

This is Chart for George Lupton and Jane Blake

 

married
6th August 1853 
Old Church
 Saint Pancras
Parish Chapel 
Middlesex
witnesses
R HOPKINS
M HOPKINS

 

1
GEORGE EDWIN LUPTON
born
28th August 1822
Westminster, Middlesex
baptised
20th September 1822
Saint James Westminster London
occupation
1841 Painter
1851 Painter Foreman
1853 House Decorator (at marriage)
1861 House Decorator (Master) Employing 4 men
1871 Painter and Decorator
1881 Builder and Decorator Employing 12 men
1891 Retired Builder and Decorator
1901 Retired Builder
died
December quarter
1902
St Pancras district
London
Aged 80

 

2
JANE BLAKE
born
18th February 1826
Redbridge
Southampton
Hampshire
baptised
30th April 1826
Southampton, Hampshire
possibly died
December quarter
1903
Edmonton district
Middlesex
Aged 77


3
Arthur 
George
LUPTON
born about
December quarter
1854
Hampshire
(St Pancras, Middlesex)
(BMD also St Pancras)
possibly died
March quarter 1900
Christchurch district
Hampshire
Aged 45

married
December quarter
1882
Pancras district
London
Margaret
SALT


4
Walter
 Robert
LUPTON
born about
March quarter
1858
St James
Middlesex
died
8th October 1907
102 Great Russell Street
Bloomsbury
Middlesex

married
September quarter
1895
Pancras district
London
Alice 
Matilda
VICKERY
5
Henry
 Alfred
LUPTON
born about
March quarter
1862
(down as LIPTON on the BMD)
St Pancras
London
died about
1955

married
March quarter
1900
Chelsea district
London
Ellen
 Jane
SHATTOCK
6
Alice 
Jane
LUPTON
born about
December quarter
1867
St Pancras
London
died
December quarter 1953
Lincoln district, Lincolnshire
Aged 86

married
March quarter
1893
Pancras district
London
Joseph
Dilworth
POTTAGE
  1. 1841 Census - Drummond Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex
    1851 UK Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1861 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1871 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1881 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex. There is a Margaret HOPKINS, Mother-in-Law, aged 80 born Carlisle, Cumberland with the family. (see Note 2, 1881 Census)
    1891 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1901 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    IGI Marriage details
    IGI Baptism and birth date.
  2. 1851 UK Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1841 Census - Drummond Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex
    1871 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1861 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1881 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex. There is a Margaret HOPKINS, Mother-in-Law, aged 80 born Carlisle, Cumberland with the family. This does not tie up with the Jane BLAKE I have found on the BMD. Either I have the wrong marriage, OR it was Jane's second marriage when she married George Edwin LUPTON, OR Margaret married again after she had Jane BLAKE and I am sure there are even more possibilities to this problem. Have left as it is at present, as I am fairly sure the marriage details are correct. Having looked for a Jane BLAKE born 1826 in Hampshire on Ancestry.com on the 1851 she comes up with a Margaret as a mother and a query with her name with the possibility that her name might be HOPKINS. She married as BLAKE and that is how it shows on the 1851 Census. I think the reasoning behind it that Margaret HOPKINS is Head of Household, a widow aged 50 born Carlisle, a lodging house keeper. Jane is next but she is down as Jane BLAKE but is down as unmarried and being a daughter, born in Southampton, Hampshire. From this I think it is her mother that has at some time remarried, as there are more children after Jane, Margaret HOPKINS aged 18, Robert HOPKINS, aged 16 a Bankers Clerk, and George HOPKINS, aged 12 a Scholar all born in London, Middlesex. I therefore think that Margaret married a BLAKE possibly in the Southampton area and had at least one child. That her husband then died and she moved to London and married a HOPKINS who then also died. I then looked at the IGI and have found a Jane BLAKE baptised in Southampton on 30th April 1826, born 18th February 1826, so this ties up with Jane above and her mother is a Margaret, her father was William, so I think proves that Margaret married twice. I rest my case. Chart now put on for the family of Jane BLAKE.
    1851 Census - 75 Mornington Road, Regents Park, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    IGI birth and baptism
    1891 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1901 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    IGI Marriage details
  3. 1871 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1881 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex. There is a Margaret HOPKINS, Mother-in-Law, aged 80 born Carlisle, Cumberland with the family. (see Note 2, 1881 Census)
    1891 Census - 29 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex
    This is the only death that ties up on the BMD, I wanted it to be after or around Dorothy's birth until 1901 with a birth date of around 1855. This death meets  this criteria. As he was possibly born in Hampshire perhaps they thought it was a good idea to go to for Convalescence or something.
  4. 1861 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1881 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1891 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1901 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1903 LUPTON Walter Robert of 32 George-street, Euston-road Middlesex died 8 October 1907 at 102 Great Russell-street Bloomsbury Middlesex Administration (Limited) London 29 October to Henry Alfred Lupton builder Effects 3391 7s. 7d. (National Probate Calendar)
  5. 1871 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1881 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1891 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1901 Census - 25 Rutland Street, Regents Park, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1911 10 Rutland Street, St Pancras N W. With the family was an Eliza McNIVEN aged 47. Sister in Law born Bishops Lydyard, Somerset, she was widowed.
    On 29th June 2013 I received the following information about this family from a 
    I came across your web site and noticed that you queried the history of the Lupton family and the circumstances that took Henry Alfred Lupton to Bishops Lydeard together with his son Ernest Alfred. Henry Alfred retired to Bishops Lydeard to a property known as Greenway, it still exists as Greenway Cottage. Ernest Alfred went to Greenway because he suffered from TB, he died there and is buried in Ash Priors churchyard. His elder brother George Henry
    made a poor marriage and so Henry and his wife left Bishops Lydeard and returned to George Henry's house 106 Whitton Ave Greenford Middlx in the borough of Wembley to look after George's son , me, George Norman and stayed there until they died. They are buried in Golders Green cemetery married in 1959 Joy Arnold now deceased and have two sons Colin and Robert. Colin is married and lives and works in Germany with a German wife Renate and two sons Christopher and Stephen and a daughter Joy. I am well and truly retired and have recently moved into a small property in Bishops Lydeard just 1/2 mile from Greenway Cottage
  6. 1871 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1881 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex. There is a Margaret HOPKINS, Mother-in-Law, aged 80 born Carlisle, Cumberland with the family. (see Note 2, 1881 Census)
    1891 Census - 32 George Street, Somers Town, St Pancras, Middlesex.
    1901 Census - 12 Beatrice Road, Hornsey, Middlesex. 

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