POTTAGE Chart 0500

This is Chart for Joseph Dilworth Pottage and Alice Jane Lupton

 

married
March quarter
1893
Pancras district
London

 

1
JOSEPH DILWORTH POTTAGE
born about
September quarter
1867
Camberwell, Surrey
occupation
1871 Scholar
1891 Manager Printer
1901 Master Printer
(Employer)
1911 Printer
died
June quarter
1951
Edmonton district
Middlesex
Aged 83

 

2
ALICE JANE LUPTON

born about
December quarter
1867
St Pancras
London
occupation
1881 Scholar
died
December quarter 1953
Lincoln district, Lincolnshire
Aged 86


3
Ethel Hannah
POTTAGE
born
29th January 1894
St Pancras, Middlesex
registered
March quarter
1894
occupation
1911 Student
died
June quarter
1972
Elstree district
Hertfordshire
Aged 78
4
Florence Alice
POTTAGE
born 
13th March 1895
St Pancras, Middlesex
registered
June quarter
1895
occupation
1911 Housemaid
died
June 1980
Eastbourne district
East Sussex
Aged 85

married
June quarter
1932
East Preston district
Sussex
Cyril H O
DIXON
5
Edith May
POTTAGE
born about
11th May 1896
Strand Green
Edmonton district
Middlesex
occupation
1911 Student
then
Superintendent
Physical Therapist
at
Leamington Spa
died
December 1996
Surrey South Eastern district
Surrey
Aged 100
6
Margaret
Wilhelmina
POTTAGE
born 
16th March 1900
Strand Green
Edmonton district
Middlesex
registered
June quarter
1900
occupation
1911 Student
died 
June 1981
Barnet district
Middlesex
Aged 81
7
Charles
Joseph
POTTAGE
born about
24th March 1912
1912
Edmonton district
Middlesex
died
23 March 1993
Surrey South Eastern district
Surrey
Aged 72

married
Marguerita
Phyllis
BONHAM
born 
20th July 1910
died
March quarter
1976
Hounslow district
Greater London
Aged 65
  1. 1871 Census - 188 Albany Road, Camberwell, Surrey. Charles is down as Charles James, a Printer, on this Census there is another child, a William aged 8 born Hackney, Middlesex, a Scholar, Joseph is also down as a Scholar. Hannah is down as a Printers wife, Charles is a Printer - Compositor.
    1881 Census - 6 Pancras Road, Camden Town, Middlesex. 
    1891 Census - Rosen???, Holden Road, Finchley, Middlesex. There was a servant a Mary A PEEN, aged 19 born Hornchurch, Essex.
    1901 Census - 12 Beatrice Road, Hornsey, Middlesex. They had a servant on this Census
    1911 97 Upper Tollington Park, Finsbury Park N
  2. 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 - 12 Beatrice Road, Hornsey, Middlesex.†They had a servant on this Census
    1911 97 Upper Tollington Park, Finsbury Park N. Alice is down as having had 4 children all of whom survive at the date of this Census, but Florence Alice is not with the family.
  3. 1901 Census - 12 Beatrice Road, Hornsey, Middlesex. They had a servant on this Census
    Bonnie Mann wrote to me on the 3rd September 2007 with the following information, mainly regarding Edith May POTTAGE;- Edith May and I corresponded for several years until her death in Dec. 1996. She was superintendent Physical Therapist for 31 years at Royal Leamington Spa. After she retired she shared a home with her sisters Ethel and Margaret. After they passed on she lived at Fonthill in Reigate, Surrey. She made sure I knew it was a home for retired nurses and not a nursing home. She was in her middle to late 90ís and very, very sharp. She and Charles made a trip to Devon and Cornwall to trace the Lupton ancestors. They visited Lupton park and a manor house that had been a Lupton residence. I called her one birthday and had an enjoyable conversation with her. 
    1911 97 Upper Tollington Park, Finsbury Park N
  4. 1901 Census - 12 Beatrice Road, Hornsey, Middlesex. They had a servant on this Census
    1911 37 Talbot Road, Highgate N. Florence was a Servant with a Mabel MONTGOMERY. aged 39 born Chester.
  5. 1901 Census - 12 Beatrice Road, Hornsey, Middlesex. They had a servant on this Census
    Bonnie Mann wrote to me on the 3rd September 2007 with the following information, mainly regarding Edith May POTTAGE;- Edith May and I corresponded for several years until her death in Dec. 1996. She was superintendent Physical Therapist for 31 years at Royal Leamington Spa. After she retired she shared a home with her sisters Ethel and Margaret. After they passed on she lived at Fonthill in Reigate, Surrey. She made sure I knew it was a home for retired nurses and not a nursing home. She was in her middle to late 90ís and very, very sharp. She and Charles made a trip to Devon and Cornwall to trace the Lupton ancestors. They visited Lupton park and a manor house that had been a Lupton residence. I called her one birthday and had an enjoyable conversation with her. 
    1911 97 Upper Tollington Park, Finsbury Park N
  6. 1901 Census - 12 Beatrice Road, Hornsey, Middlesex. They had a servant on this Census
    Bonnie Mann wrote to me on the 3rd September 2007 with the following information, mainly regarding Edith May POTTAGE;- Edith May and I corresponded for several years until her death in Dec. 1996. She was superintendent Physical Therapist for 31 years at Royal Leamington Spa. After she retired she shared a home with her sisters Ethel and Margaret. After they passed on she lived at Fonthill in Reigate, Surrey. She made sure I knew it was a home for retired nurses and not a nursing home. She was in her middle to late 90ís and very, very sharp. She and Charles made a trip to Devon and Cornwall to trace the Lupton ancestors. They visited Lupton park and a manor house that had been a Lupton residence. I called her one birthday and had an enjoyable conversation with her. 
    1911 97 Upper Tollington Park, Finsbury Park N
  7. On the BMD this child is shown with the mother with the maiden name LUPTON, and in the Edmonton district which ties up with Edith and Margaret so feel it must be another child. It does seem quite a long gap between Margaret and Charles

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