ONYETT Chart 0331

This is a Chart for Frank Onyett, Adelaide Evelyn Viggers and Albert Bannister

married(2)
March quarter
1934
Nottingham district
Nottinghamshire
(1)married
March quarter
1926
Nottingham district
Nottinghamshire
1
FRANK ONYETT
born about
December quarter
1888
Leighton
Huntingdonshire
died
11th August 1963
The General Hospital
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
administration
16th October 1963
Nottingham 
to
Adelaide
Evelyn
ONYETT
widow
will
1188 4s.
  2
ADELAIDE EVELYN VIGGERS
born
30th September 1897
died
December quarter
1981
Nottingham district
Nottinghamshire
Aged 84
3
ALBERT BANNISTER
born about

4
John

ONYETT
born about
March quarter
1937
Nottingham district
Nottinghamshire

married
September quarter
1958
Nottingham district
Nottinghamshire
Margaret
A
TOPHAM
  1. 1901 Census - Village, Spaldwick, Huntingdonshire. With the family was a Mary DORLING, aged 70 a Widow a Housekeeper born Wistow, Huntingdonshire
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  4. NOTE - At the beginning of the line the name is UNNIOT and through the years it changes until today it is ONYETT. At present we are not certain as to when the name actually became ONYETT. As there are several variants in the spelling I have put the name ONYETT first on all the charts and then followed that with the spelling for that particular chart and indexed the whole line under ONYETT. ie ONYETT/UNYAT Chart 0700. The actual name as we have it appears for the actual people on the Chart.
  1. 11861 Broughton, Huntingdonshire. Living with them was George BEDFORD (20) Tailor born Broughton Huntingdonshire. He was described as a "son-in-law", we have since found that Ann was married before to a John BEDFORD and George is a child of that marriage. Boarding with them was Joseph FORSTER (23) Unmarried Tailor born Broughton, Huntingdonshire.
    1871 Chequers Bridge Street, Broughton, Huntingdonshire. Elizabeth MEE (14)  born Wood Walton, Huntingdonshire was a General Servant.
    1881 Census - Village, Leighton, Huntingdonshire. They had a Servant an Ann BLACKWELL, aged 14, Domestic Servant, born Leighton, Huntingdonshire
  2. 1881 Census - Village, Leighton, Huntingdonshire. They had a Servant an Ann BLACKWELL, aged 14, Domestic Servant, born Leighton, Huntingdonshire
    1891 High Street, Leighton, Huntingdonshire. Fanny GAUNT, sister, aged 16 born Wennington, Huntingdonshire is with the family. There was also a Frederick CRAWLEY aged 28 a Lodger, an Agricultural Labourer born Leighton with the family.
  3. 1901 Census - Village, Spaldwick, Huntingdonshire
  4. 1881 Census - Village, Leighton, Huntingdonshire. They had a Servant an Ann BLACKWELL, aged 14, Domestic Servant, born Leighton, Huntingdonshire
    1891 High Street, Leighton, Huntingdonshire. Fanny GAUNT, sister, aged 16 born Wennington, Huntingdonshire is with the family. There was also a Frederick CRAWLEY aged 28 a Lodger, an Agricultural Labourer born Leighton with the family.
  5. 1891 High Street, Leighton, Huntingdonshire. Fanny GAUNT, sister, aged 16 born Wennington, Huntingdonshire is with the family. There was also a Frederick CRAWLEY aged 28 a Lodger, an Agricultural Labourer born Leighton with the family.
  6. 1891 High Street, Leighton, Huntingdonshire. Fanny GAUNT, sister, aged 16 born Wennington, Huntingdonshire is with the family. There was also a Frederick CRAWLEY aged 28 a Lodger, an Agricultural Labourer born Leighton with the family.
    1901 Census - Village, Spaldwick, Huntingdonshire
  7. 1901 Census - Village, Spaldwick, Huntingdonshire
    Could be Violet Minnie CRAWLEY born June quarter 1893
    1911 St Neots district, I have not looked at actual Census. This is the only person I can find on this Chart. No actual address, occupation or birth place, there does not appear to be a CRAWLEY or an ONYETT living with her.
  8. 1901 Census - Village, Spaldwick, Huntingdonshire

    NOTE - At the beginning of the line the name is UNNIOT and through the years it changes until today it is ONYETT. At present we are not certain as to when the name actually became ONYETT. As there are several variants in the spelling I have put the name ONYETT first on all the charts and then followed that with the spelling for that particular chart and indexed the whole line under ONYETT. ie ONYETT/UNYAT Chart 0700. The actual name as we have it appears for the actual people on the Chart.

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