WALLER/LONGHURST Chart 0600

This is a Chart for Walter Waller, Rebecca White, ???, Daniel Longhurst and Sarah Parsons

 

married(1)
10th December 1811
The Parish Church
Alford, Surrey
witnesses
Peter POTTER
Jas BOTTING

  (2)~(1)
1833

(3)married(2)
2nd February 1839
Holy Trinity
Rudgwick, Sussex
witnesses
James HEDGER
Charlotte HEDGER
banns
27th January
3rd and 10th
February 1839

  (1)married
21st October 1808 Thakeham Sussex
licence
20th September 1808

1
WALTER WALLER

born about
1792
baptised  
All Saints
25th October 1792
All Saints
The Parish Church
Witley, Surrey
occupation
Labourer
died about
April 1830
Age 38 years
buried
 24th April 1830
Holy Trinity
Rudgwick, Sussex

 

2
REBECCA WHITE
born  
1789/1791
Slinfold, Surrey
baptised  
3rd February 1793
St Peters
The Parish Church
Slinfold, Surrey
occupations
1833 Labouring woman
1839 Servant, Widow
1861 Charwoman
1871Widow
1881 Pauper
died about
 
September quarter 1881
 Horsham District, Sussex 
Age 89

3
???
 

4
DANIEL LONGHURST
born  
1785
Rudgwick, Sussex
or
Slinfold, Sussex
1839 Widower
address Poor house
Labourer/Almsman
occupation
1841 Excavator
1851 Ag Lab
1861 Almsman
died  
October 1870
Fandon Gate
Ewhurst, Surrey
Age 84 years
buried  
22nd October 1870
Holy Trinity
Rudgwick, Sussex

5
SARAH PARSONS
born  about
1770
baptised 
December 1770 
Thakeham, Sussex
died before
1839

6
Mary
WALLER

born about
1813
Rudgwick
Sussex
baptised
4th July 1813
Holy
Trinity
Rudgwick Sussex
possibly
died
March
quarter
1873
Horsham
district
Sussex
Aged
61

married
15th January 1832
Holy
Trinity
Rudgwick Sussex
witnesses
John WOOD
Lucy WALLER
banns
18th and 25th December 1831 and 4th January 1832
Holy
Trinity
Rudgwick Sussex
Harry
(Henry)
WOODS
(married
as
WOOD)

7
Hannah
WALLER
born about
1816
Rudgwick
Sussex
baptised
17th November 1816
Holy
Trinity
Rudgwick Sussex
8
Henry
WALLER
born about
1819
Rudgwick
Sussex
baptised
21st February 1819
Holy
Trinity
Rudgwick Sussex
died about June quarter 1884 Hambledon District, Surrey 
Age 66

married
20th August 1843
Rusper Sussex
Rebecca
SKILTON

9
Maria
WALLER
born about
1821
Rudgwick
Sussex
baptised
25th March 1821
Holy
Trinity
Rudgwick Sussex
died
September 1830
Age 9 years
buried
9th September 1830
Holy
Trinity
Rudgwick Sussex
10
Edward
WALLER
born about 1823 Rudgwick Sussex
baptised
18th May 1823
Holy
Trinity
Rudgwick Sussex
died December quarter 1875 Horsham District Sussex 
Aged 52

married
Sarah
Ann
???
11
John
WALLER/
WALDER
born about 1825 Rudgwick Sussex
baptised
24th July 1825
Holy
Trinity
Rudgwick Sussex
died 22nd December 1897
Rudgwick, Sussex
Age 70/74 years
buried 26th December 1897
Holy
Trinity
Rudgwick, Sussex

married(1)
27th July 1851
Holy Trinity
Rudgwick, Sussex
Holy
Trinity
witnesses
Henry WOODS
Ann WOODS
Harriet/
Harriot
STEMP


married(2)
18th August 1878
Horsham, Sussex
witnesses
Sarah Ann THAYRE
Alfred THAYRE
Ellen
LAKER 
née THAYRE
12
George
WALLER

born about
1827
Rudgwick
Sussex
baptised
2nd September 1827
Holy
Trinity
Rudgwick Sussex
occupation
1841
Ag Lab
1861 Carter
1871 
Ag Lab
1891 Farm Labourer
died
 July 1893 Furzen Lane, Ewhurst, Surrey Age 67
buried
 
4th July 1893
 St Peter & St Paul, Ewhurst Surrey
  13
Anne/
Mary Ann/
Maryann WALLER 

WALLER
born
13th March 1833
Rudgwick, Sussex or Horsham, Sussex (1891 only)
baptised
16th March 1833
Holy
Trinity
Rudgwick, Sussex
Private baptism
Illegitimate
daughter of Rebecca,
a widow
died about
September quarter 1907  Horsham District Sussex
 Age 73

married
 (1)
6th April 1852 
Henfield Sussex
James
COOK(E)

married 
(2)
June quarter
1886
Horsham
district
Sussex
Henry
SOUTHERN
14
Daniel
LONGHURST
born about
1839
Rudgwick
Sussex
baptised
7th April
1839
Holy
Trinity
Rudgwick
Surrey
occupation
1851
Ag Lab


15
William LONGHURST 
born about
1809
Thakeham
Sussex
baptised 
26th March 1809 Thakeham Sussex
occupation
1851, 1871
Agricultural
Labourer

married
Mary
???
born about
1813
Chiltington
Sussex
16
James LONGHURST 
born about
1810
West Chiltington
Sussex
baptised 
25th November 1810 
St Mary's
West Chiltington Sussex
17
Rebecca LONGHURST 
born about
1811
West Chiltington
Sussex
baptised 
3rd November 1811
St Mary's
West Chiltington Sussex
18
John LONGHURST 
born about
1814
West Chiltington
Sussex
baptised 
20th November 1814
St Mary's
West Chiltington Sussex
19
Henry
LONGHURST 
born about 
1816
Rudgwick
Sussex
baptised
 
10th March 1816
Holy
Trinity
 Rudgwick Sussex
died
March quarter 1895 Horsham District Sussex Age 78

married(1)
22nd October 1844 Rudgwick Sussex
Ann
MOORE

married(2)
21st November
1868
Rudgwick, Sussex
Mary
Ann
MARNER

 20
Mary LONGHURST
 
 born about 1817
baptised
 
12th August 1817
Holy
Trinity Rudgwick, Sussex
21
Miriam LONGHURST 
born about
 
1819
baptised
 
21st March 1819 
Holy
Trinity
Rudgwick Sussex
22
Noah LONGHURST
 
born about 
1820
Rudgwick
Sussex
baptised
 
27th
  November 1820
Holy
Trinity
 Rudgwick Sussex
died
March quarter
1896
Horsham
district
Sussex
Aged
79
widower
on the
1871
Census

married
26th October 1844 Shipley Sussex
(December
quarter
1844
Horsham
district
Surrey)
Mary
COOPER
23
Sarah LONGHURST
born about 1822
baptised
 
28th April 1822
Holy
Trinity Rudgwick, Sussex

possibly
married
1st January 1840
Holy
Trinity
Rudgwick
Sussex
Edward
BUCK
     
  1.  
  2. 1839 Address for both at time of marriage was the Poorhouse, Cranley, Surrey
    1841 - A Rebecca LONGHURST at Green Lanes, Rudgwick, Sussex, with Daniel LONGHURST Age 2, Ag Lab (crossed beside it so although Daniel has had a 0 added after the 2 to make him 20 we feel he was only 2) and George WALLER and also an Ann who is down as 8 so we feel it is Mary Anne on the Chart above). No husband present.
    My sister writes about this entry on the 1841 Census - "I think this information about Daniel LONGHURST is incorrect. There is a son Daniel for
    Daniel and Rebecca baptised in 1839 on family.search and on the 1851 census, there is a son Daniel age 12 So I looked at the 1841 census again. 
    In the age column the "2" has been entered in line with the units position of other ages, and then a "0" has been squashed in beside the "2". In the occupation column there is "Ag Lab" with a cross beside it. I think this entry should be for Daniel LONGHURST age 2 son of Daniel and Rebecca, with no occupation and that the "Ag Lab" occupation belong to step-brother George WALLER"
    1851 Census - Ewhurst, Surrey. This Census from is not like most of the others, there is no address part on the left hand side, just the names, so I assume everyone in Ewhurst, just came under that Village. It does add a child for Daniel and Rebecca which we did not have on this Chart before.
    1861 Lemon Lane, Ewhurst, Surrey - There is a George WALLER down as son-in-law on this Census, which would suggest he was the husband of a female to be down thus, but I think is should mean Step Son which in that case would fit the position we have shown.
    1871 with son John at Ellen’s Green, Ewhurst, Surrey
    1881 Census - Horsham Rd Dorks, Warnham, Sussex - Rebecca is down as a Mother, but also a Pauper, everything is correct, age, place of birth etc, but not certain who she is staying with if she is the Mother. She is with a Mary Ann COOK, who is the Head of Household, age 48 it looks like a W next to her name so assumed she is a Widow and she was born in Rudgwick. To be 48 Mary would have been born around 1833, so I can only assume that the child we have down as Ann illegitimate child of Rebecca is the child in question, and I will work on this assumption. She has lots of children on the 1881 Census and I will make a Chart accordingly. They are Arthur COOK, aged 17 an Ag Lab born Cuckfield, Sussex, Edwin COOK, aged 13, an Ag Lab, born Shipley, Sussex, Walter COOK, aged 11, a Scholar, born Shipley, Sussex, George COOK aged 10, a Scholar, born Shipley, Sussex and John COOK, aged 8, a Scholar, born Shipley, Sussex
    My sister write this about the 1881 Census - "1881 Dorks, Horsham Road, Warnham, Sussex. Was this Rebecca? If so, who is Mary Ann COOK? Was she a daughter of Daniel LONGHURST? She was a Mary WALLER who appears at different times to use the names Mary, Mary Ann or Ann. We think, therefore, she was the Ann who appeared on the 1841 census above. Mary Ann COOK Head widow (48) born Rudgwick, Sussex (she was 42 in 1871!) Arthur COOK son unmarried (17) Ag Lab born Cuckfield, Sussex Edwin COOK son unmarried (13) Ag Lab born Shipley, Sussex, Walter COOK son unmarried (11) Scholar born Shipley, Sussex, George COOK son unmarried (10) Scholar born Shipley, Sussex, John COOK son unmarred (8) Scholar born Shipley, Sussex, Rebecca LONGHURST mother widow (90) Pauper born Slinfold, Sussex"
  3.  
  4. Father - Francis LONGHURST - Labourer- born about 1760
    1839 Address for both at time of marriage was the Poorhouse, Cranley, Surrey
    1841 Census - Worth, Sussex with William MITCHELL (20), John Marten (15) and John HOBBS (20) all born in Sussex
    1851 Census - Ewhurst, Surrey. This Census from is not like most of the others, there is no address part on the left hand side, just the names, so I assume everyone in Ewhurst, just came under that Village. It does add a child for Daniel and Rebecca which we did not have on this Chart before.
    1861 Lemon Lane, Ewhurst, Surrey - There is a George WALLER down as son-in-law on this Census, which would suggest he was the husband of a female to be down thus, but I think is should mean Step Son which in that case would fit the position we have shown.
  5. IGI baptism
  6. 1841 Census - ? Blue Ship, Rudgwick, Sussex (again down as WOODS on this Census). Children on this Census - Mary, 9, James 8 and Harriott 10 months.
    1851 Census - Parish Cottages, Rudgwick, Sussex. With the information from the baptisms above I have now found on this Census (down as WOODS and Mary down as Marg). Children - (all born Rudgwick) Harriet 11 Scholar, Ann 6, Peter 8 Scholar, Emily 4 and Jane 2 (we do no appear to have a baptism for Emily on the list above)
    1861 Census - Heathers 2, Rudgwick, Sussex (down as WOODS on this Census). Children on this Census - Jane 12 and Eliza 6 both born Rudgwick. A James CHANDLER, a Lodger, aged 60 a Carpenter born Studham, Sussex with the family on this Census.
    1871 Census - Haven, Rudgwick Sussex. I am certain this is the correct couple, but at present this is the first Census I have found them on. I should hopefully now be able to find them on others, now I know they were alive in 1871. (On this Census he is down as WOOD which is the name he married as, on all other Censuses he is down as WOODS and all his children were baptised as WOODS)
  7.  
  8. 1841 Census not found
    1851 Godleys, Rudgwick, Sussex. Henry gave his age as 36 (birth date 1815)
    1861 Farthings, Rudgwick, Sussex. Henry gave his age as 44 (birth date 1817)
    1871 Tewsley Common, Haslemere, Surrey
    1881 Fisher Lane, Chiddingfold, Surrey. Henry shown as a widower
  9.  
  10. 1841 Not found
    1851 Not found
    1861 Not found
    1871 Spooners Cottage, Cranleigh, Surrey with Edward’s brother George. However, the age given by George does not correspond with that on WALLER Chart 0600.
  11. 1841 Hyes, Rudgwick, Sussex Living in the same property as Peter WALDER (50) Farmer, his wife Hannah (45) and their children Ann (20), Hannah (15) and Henry (11) all born Sussex. Also in the property was John COMPTON (75) Independent born Sussex, John JAY (64) Farmer and Jesse JAY (24) Farmer both not born in Sussex, Ellen FRANCES (14?) Female Servant, John SNOW (40) Ag Lab, Edward BUCKMAN (20) Ag Lab and Michael STANFORD (17) Ag Lab all born Sussex 
    1851 Rudgwick Sussex (marriage)
    1851 Rudgwick Street, Rudgwick, Sussex. Lodging with with Edward DIKNERS (35) Agricultural Labourer born Wisborough Green, Sussex
    his wife Sarah (29) born Cranley, Surrey and their children William (8) born Ewhurst, Surrey, Sarah (4) born Cranley, Surrey, John 
    1861 Cranley Lane End, Ewhurst, Surrey with lodger Henry CHARMAN, widower age 77, Almsman from Abinger, Surrey
    1871 Ellen’s Green, Ewhurst, Surrey with Emily, aged 10, as Housekeeper. Also at same address was the mother of John WALLER, Rebecca LONGHURST, now a widow, age 80. There was also a Walter WALLER, age 16, Ag Lab, born Cranley, as a patient in Cranleigh Hospital on the night of the Census 1871
    1881 Maybrook Cottage, Ewhurst, Surrey
    In
    Loving Remembrance
    of
    JOHN WALLER
    who was called from this life suddenly
    December 22nd 1897
    Age 74 years
    In the midst of life we are in death
    Also in Loving Memory of
    ELLEN
    wife of the above
    who died August 27th 1899 Aged 61 years
    Inscription on Tombstone in Rudgwick Churchyard
  12. 1841 - A Rebecca LONGHURST at Green Lanes, Rudgwick, Sussex, with Daniel LONGHURST Age 2, Ag Lab (crossed beside it so although Daniel has had a 0 added after the 2 to make him 20 we feel he was only 2) and George WALLER and also an Ann who is down as 8 so we feel it is Mary Anne on the Chart above). No husband present.
    My sister writes about this entry on the 1841 Census - "I think this information about Daniel LONGHURST is incorrect. There is a son Daniel for
    Daniel and Rebecca baptised in 1839 on family.search and on the 1851 census, there is a son Daniel age 12 So I looked at the 1841 census again. 
    In the age column the "2" has been entered in line with the units position of other ages, and then a "0" has been squashed in beside the "2". In the occupation column there is "Ag Lab" with a cross beside it. I think this entry should be for Daniel LONGHURST age 2 son of Daniel and Rebecca, with no occupation and that the "Ag Lab" occupation belong to step-brother George WALLER"
    1861 Lemon Lane, Ewhurst, Surrey - There is a George WALLER down as son-in-law on this Census, which would suggest he was the husband of a female to be down thus, but I think is should mean Step Son which in that case would fit the position we have shown.
    1871 A George WALLER is lodging at Spooner Cottage, Cranley, Surrey with Edward WALLER. George is shown as Edward’s brother, but gives his age as 31. He was born at Rudgwick , Sussex and was an Ag Lab.
    1881 Rudgwick, Sussex. There was a George WALLER (shown born 1831 age 50) Agricultural Labourer who slept in a barn.
    1891 Furzen Lane, Ewhurst, Surrey (shown born 1831 age 60). Lodging with H L GROOMBRIDGE (46) Farm Labourer born Ewhurst, Surrey, his wife H
    GROOMBRIDGE born Slinfold, Sussex and children Henry (19) Farm Labourer born Slinfold, Sussex, Ellen (12), E L (7), B E (3) and F E (6 months) all born Ewhurst, Surrey
  13. 1841 - A Rebecca LONGHURST at Green Lanes, Rudgwick, Sussex, with Daniel LONGHURST Age 2, Ag Lab (crossed beside it so although Daniel has had a 0 added after the 2 to make him 20 we feel he was only 2) and George WALLER and also an Ann who is down as 8 so we feel it is Mary Anne on the Chart above). No husband present.
    My sister writes about this entry on the 1841 Census - "I think this information about Daniel LONGHURST is incorrect. There is a son Daniel for
    Daniel and Rebecca baptised in 1839 on family.search and on the 1851 census, there is a son Daniel age 12 So I looked at the 1841 census again. 
    In the age column the "2" has been entered in line with the units position of other ages, and then a "0" has been squashed in beside the "2". In the occupation column there is "Ag Lab" with a cross beside it. I think this entry should be for Daniel LONGHURST age 2 son of Daniel and Rebecca, with no occupation and that the "Ag Lab" occupation belong to step-brother George WALLER"
    1851 Keymer, Henfield, Sussex. Entered as Ann. Indexed on ancestry.com as WALDER. Servant to George HERRINGTON (40) Farmer of 104 acres employing 3 men and 1 boy, born Chittington, Sussex, his wife Jane (36) born Hurstpierpoint, Sussex, son George (3) born Henfield, Sussex, mother Jane HERRINGTON (78) widow and Aunt Harriet FREEMAN (55) widow both born Thakeham, Sussex. Other servants were Robert KERSAT(?) (22) unmarried born Henfield, Sussex and James COOKE (25) unmarried born Twineham, Sussex both Ag Labs. (Preumably this James COOKE was Ann/Mary Ann/Maryann's future husband) 
    1861 Census - Rootery/Rookery, Keymer, Sussex. - Taken us back another 10 years and we have James COOK, aged 35 an Ag Lab born Twineham, Sussex, Maryanne (as this on this Census) aged 30 born Rudgwick, Sussex, Leonard aged 9 an Ag Lab born Twineham, Sussex, William aged 7 born Twineham, Sussex, James aged 5 born Twineham, Sussex, Edward 4, born Twineham, Sussex, Alfred, aged 1 born Keymer, Sussex. A new chart and lot of children to add.
    1871 Census - Pollards Hill, Shipley, Sussex. From Note 8 I looked at the 1871 Census. The family is as follows on this Census and James COOK, the head is alive in 1871. He is 48, an Ag Lab and born in Twineham, Sussex, his wife Mary Ann is down as being 42 and born in Rudgwick, Sussex, the children are as follows: James, 14 born Twineham, Alfred, 11 born Keymer, Sussex, Mary Ann, age 9 a Scholar, born Keymer, Sussex, Arthur, age 6 a Scholar, born Cuckfield, Sussex, Harry, son, age 4 a Scholar, born Shipley, Sussex , Edwin 3 born Shipley, Sussex and Walter 1 born Shipley, Sussex. There was also a Henry FRANCIS a lodger with them.
    1881 Census - Horsham Rd Dorks, Warnham, Sussex - Rebecca is down as a Mother, but also a Pauper, everything is correct, age, place of birth etc, but not certain who she is staying with if she is the Mother. She is with a Mary Ann COOK, who is the Head of Household, age 48 it looks like a W next to her name so assumed she is a Widow and she was born in Rudgwick. To be 48 Mary would have been born around 1833, so I can only assume that the child we have down as Ann illegitimate child of Rebecca is the child in question, and I will work on this assumption. She has lots of children on the 1881 Census and I will make a Chart accordingly. They are Arthur COOK, aged 17 an Ag Lab born Cuckfield, Sussex, Edwin COOK, aged 13, an Ag Lab, born Shipley, Sussex, Walter COOK, aged 11, a Scholar, born Shipley, Sussex, George COOK aged 10, a Scholar, born Shipley, Sussex and John COOK, aged 8, a Scholar, born Shipley, Sussex
    My sister write this about the 1881 Census - "1881 Dorks, Horsham Road, Warnham, Sussex. Was this Rebecca? If so, who is Mary Ann COOK? Was she a daughter of Daniel LONGHURST? She was a Mary WALLER who appears at different times to use the names Mary, Mary Ann or Ann. We think, therefore, she was the Ann who appeared on the 1841 census above. Mary Ann COOK Head widow (48) born Rudgwick, Sussex (she was 42 in 1871!) Arthur COOK son unmarried (17) Ag Lab born Cuckfield, Sussex Edwin COOK son unmarried (13) Ag Lab born Shipley, Sussex, Walter COOK son unmarried (11) Scholar born Shipley, Sussex, George COOK son unmarried (10) Scholar born Shipley, Sussex, John COOK son unmarred (8) Scholar born Shipley, Sussex, Rebecca LONGHURST mother widow (90) Pauper born Slinfold, Sussex"
    IGI Marriage
    1891 Census - 62 Trafalgar Street, Horsham, Sussex. Birth places not quite right but certain this is correct family. Arthur is down correctly as Stepson.
    1901 Census - Pondtail Cottage, North Horsham, Sussex. John was with a Henry SOUTHERN aged 70 born Scoling, Kent, who was a Stock Man on Farm and his wife Mary A SOUTHERN aged 68 born Rudgwick who we believe is his mother who had married again.
  14. 1841 - A Rebecca LONGHURST at Green Lanes, Rudgwick, Sussex, with Daniel LONGHURST Age 2, Ag Lab (crossed beside it so although Daniel has had a 0 added after the 2 to make him 20 we feel he was only 2) and George WALLER and also an Ann who is down as 8 so we feel it is Mary Anne on the Chart above). No husband present.
    My sister writes about this entry on the 1841 Census - "I think this information about Daniel LONGHURST is incorrect. There is a son Daniel for
    Daniel and Rebecca baptised in 1839 on family.search and on the 1851 census, there is a son Daniel age 12 So I looked at the 1841 census again. 
    In the age column the "2" has been entered in line with the units position of other ages, and then a "0" has been squashed in beside the "2". In the occupation column there is "Ag Lab" with a cross beside it. I think this entry should be for Daniel LONGHURST age 2 son of Daniel and Rebecca, with no occupation and that the "Ag Lab" occupation belong to step-brother George WALLER"
    1851 Census - Ewhurst, Surrey. This Census from is not like most of the others, there is no address part on the left hand side, just the names, so I assume everyone in Ewhurst, just came under that Village. It does add a child for Daniel and Rebecca which we did not have on this Chart before.
  15. 1851 Census - Gendons, Shipley, Sussex (this at the present time is only a possiblity, William LONGHURST on this Census is down as being born in 1807 in Thakeham, Sussex, so two years out on the date his was baptised but I think this is more than likely this William. Also his wife was born where he was baptised. Children on this Census - William 9? (could be 7 or 8 as there is a line through) but he is down as an Agricultural Labourer so I have gone for the oldest he could be, as it is definitely on a single figure. Henry 6 a Scholar and Mary 4, all three of them born in Shipley, Sussex.
    1871 Census - Road, Thakeham, Sussex. (born 1808 on this Census). William and Mary had no children with them, but there was a lodger, an Alfred GOLDS a retired farmer. aged 48 born Worminghurst, Sussex
  16. IGI baptism
  17. IGI baptism
  18. IGI baptism
  19. 1851 Census - Hurstland, Rudgwick, Sussex. Henry on this Census is down as being born in 1821 which would make him appear to be the wrong Henry, but on each of the following censuses he gets older and by the 1881 he is down as being born in 1816, so I am fairly sure we have found the correct person. Children: Ann 5 born Rudgwick, Sussex, John 3 born Capel, Sussex, Mary 1 born Rudgwick, Sussex. They had a servant an Emily PENYER aged 14 born Wishers? Green, Sussex
    1861 Census - Lodmore Hill, Rudgwick, Sussex. (down as being born 1818 on this Census) Children - (all born Rudgwick) Ann 16, Mary 10, Matt? (son) 9, George 6, Caroline 4, Emily 1.
    Henry appears on the 1861 and 1871 Census once as born in 1816 and once as 1816 with Anne as a wife on one and Mary A as a wife on the other, the IGI shows the marriage I have above, which I would think is the correct one.
  20.  
  21.  
  22. 1851 Census - Shipley, Sussex - Children - Clara 6 born Shipley, Sussex and Elizabeth 1 born Shipley, Sussex.
    1861 Census - Shipley, Sussex - Children - Elizabeth 11 Scholar, born Shipley, Sussex. There was an Ambrose, COOPER aged 28 an Agricultural Labourer, born Ashington, Sussex with the family.
    1871 Census - Horsham Workhouse, North Horsham, Sussex. 
    1881 Census - Dragon? Green, Shipley, Sussex. Noah's daughter Elizabeth has married a William VENN aged 34 a General Labourer, born Shipley, Sussex and Noah was living with them. He is down as a Widower, aged 58 an Agricultural Labourer, born Rudgwick, Sussex. Children George 13 a General Labourer, born Shipley, Sussex, Albert 9 a Scholar, born Shipley, Sussex, Jane 5 a Scholar, born Shipley, Sussex, and Frederick 1 born Shipley, Sussex
  23. Possible marriage on the IGI for Sarah. 

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