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117001 William Samways

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1858 Folio Page)
William, 9. Farm Labourer born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, was with his parents Henry, 40. Farm Labourer born Maiden Newton, Dorset, and Jane, 36. born Askerville, Dorset, and his siblings Sarah, 15, Farm Labourer born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, Charlotte, 13. born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, Mary, 11. Scholar born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, Amelia, 6. Scholar born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, Emily, 3. Scholar born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, Samuel, 1. born Wynford Eagle, Dorset.
They were residing in Wynford Eagle, Dorset.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1356 Folio 53 Page 3)
William, 19. Scholar born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, was with his parents Henry, 50. Agricultural Labourer born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, and Jane, 48. born Askerville, Dorset. They were residing in a Cottage in Wynford Eagle, Dorset. With them were his brothers Samuel, 11. Scholar born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, Harry, 5. Scholar born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, George, 4. Scholar born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, Frederick. 1. born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, and sisters Sarah, 25, born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, Emily, 14. Scholar born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, Lydia, 9. Scholar born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, Eliza, 3. Scholar born Wynford Eagle, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 2013 Folio 62 Page 9)
William, 29. Agricultural Carter born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, was with his parents Henry, 59. Agricultural Labourer born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, and Jane, 57. born Askerville, Dorset. They were residing in Wynford Eagle, Dorset. With them were his siblings Agricultural Labourer born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, Harry, 16. Agricultural Labourer born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, George, 14. Scholar born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, Eliza, 13. Scholar born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, Fred, 11. Carter Boy born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, Emily Hodge, 23. born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, and niece Elizabeth J. Hodge, 1. born Wynford Eagle, Dorset.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2113 Folio 62 Page 15)
William, 29. Carter born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, and his wife Sarah, 30. born Broadwinsor, Dorset, were residing in Wynford Eagle, Dorset. With them were their children Henry, 7. Scholar born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, George, 4. Scholar born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, Emily, 2. born Wynford Eagle, Dorset. 
Samways, William (I86258)
 
117002 William Samways

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2122 Folio 115 Page 2)
William, 5. Scholar, born Burton Bradstock, Dorset, was with his parents Samuel, 32. Carter born Wynford Eagle, Dorset, and Eliza, 32. born Wareham, Dorset. They were residing in Askerville, Dorset. With them were his brothers George, 6. Scholar born Maiden Newton, Dorset, Harry, 1. born Askerville, Dorset. 
Samways, William (I86279)
 
117003 William Sanger

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1174/7 Folio 23 Page 19)
William, 6. was with his parents Seth, 37, Agricultural Labourer and Elizabeth, 50. They were residing at Under Hill Milton Tithing, East Knoyle Wiltshire. With them were his brother Seth, 11. and sister Jane, 9.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Wiltshire.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1850 Folio Page 9)
William, 16. was with his father Seth, 47, Farmer of 99 Acres and his stepmother Martha, 35. They were residing at Leigh Lane, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were his siblings. Robert, 23. Shoemaker, Jane, 19. Charles, 1. James, 1.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Wiltshire.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 1228 Folio 66 Page 5)
William, 45. Farm Carter born East Knoyle, Wiltshire and his wife Jane, 38. born Fawley, Hampshire, were residing at Main Road, Houghton, Hampshire. With them were their children Mary, 12. Scholar born Romsley, Hampshire, George, 10. Scholar born Kingssomborne, Hampshire, Walter, 7. Scholar born Kingssomborne, Hampshire, James, 5. Scholar born Kingssomborne, Hampshire, Emily, 2. born Kingssomborne, Hampshire, 
Sanger, William (I62135)
 
117004 William Saunders

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 281/9 Folio 29 Page 19)
William, 20. was with his parents Benjamin, 55. Agricultural Labourer and Elizabeth, 45. They were residing in Mosterton, Village, Dorset. With them were his brothers Andrew, 25. Benjamin, 20. sister Elizabeth, 10. and his grandfather John, 85.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset. 
Saunders, William (I86676)
 
117005 William Savoury

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 292 Folio 10 Page 14)
William, 21. Agricultural Labourer, was with his mother Martha, 68. (W) Washerwoman. They were residing in Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset. With them was his brother Thomas, 23. Agricultural Labourer, and sisters Mary, 18. Edith, 12.
Louisa, 9. Emma, 5. Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset. 
Savoury, William (I86625)
 
117006 William Scammell

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1323 Folio Page) Enumeration District 1a
William, 14. Plough Boy, was with his parents George, 42. Agriculture Labourer, and Elizabeth, 52. They were residing at Milton, East Knoyle, Wiltshire.
They were all recorded as having been born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1965 Folio Page) Enumeration District 1
William, 28. Agriculture Labourer, was with his parents George, 51. Agriculture Labourer, and Elizabeth, 62. They were residing in Milton Street, East Knoyle, Wiltshire.
They were all recorded as having been born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2079 Folio 9 Page 11)
and son William, 33. Farm Labourer, was with his parents George, 62. Farm Labourer, and Elizabeth, 72. They were residing at 29 Milton, East Knoyle, Wiltshire.
They were all recorded as having been born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire.

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 1627 Folio Page) Enumeration District 1
William, 40. Agriculture Labourer, was with his parents George, 71. Agriculture Labourer, his wife Elizabeth, 83. They were residing in Shaston Lane, East Knoyle, Wiltshire.
They were all recorded as having been born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire.

From the 1901 Census (RG13 Piece 1963 Folio Page) Enumeration District 2
William, 53 Agricultural Labourer was with is wife Eliza, 50. in Hindon Road, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them was niece
Mable E., Maidment, 16. and niece Alice E., Gray, 7.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire. 
Scammell, William (I66191)
 
117007 William Scammell

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1966 Folio Page)
Williaml, 63. Farmer, born Sedgehill, Wiltshire was at Lower House Farm, Sedgehill, Wiltshire, Employed by him were Emma, Candy, 40. Servant born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, and Jane Candy 14, born Sedgehill, Wiltshire.

 
Scammel, William (I65499)
 
117008 William Sellwood

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2074 Folio 27 Page 12)
William, 4 Scholar, born South Newton, Wiltshire. was with his parents Isaac, 37. Agricultural Labourer from Bower Chalke, Wiltshire and Prudence, 35. and his siblings George F., 9. Scholar, born Ebbesborne Wake, Wiltshire, Sarah J., 7. Scholar, born Hassage Magna, Somerset,
They were residing in South Street, Great Wishford, Wiltshire. 
Sellwood, William (I58714)
 
117009 William Selwood

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 77 Page 28)
William, 10. Scholar, was with his parents Thomas, 35. Agricultural Labourer and Martha, 34. at Stoke, Broad Chalke, Wiltshire, With them were his brother Frank, 4. and sisters Annie, 13. Scholar, Caroline, 8. Scholar, Mary Jane, 11 months.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Broad Chalke, Wiltshire. 
Selwood, William (I60461)
 
117010 William Sharp

From the 1841 Census (HO 107 Piece 290 Folio 9 Page 1)
William, 7. was with his parents James, 35. Shepherd and Sarah, 30. and his sisters Ann, 11. Eliza, 9. Mary Ann, 1.
They were residing at Cap Stich, Compton Abbas, Dorset.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1851 Folio 18 Page 9)
William, 18. Shepherd born Compton Abbas, Dorset, was with his parents James, 47. Agricultural Labourer born Compton Abbas, Dorset, and Sarah, 43, born Compton Abbas, Dorset. They were residiing at Cap Stich, Compton Abbas, Dorset. With them were his sisters Eliza, 20. Agricultural Labourer born Compton Abbas, Dorset, Mary Ann, 11. Scholar born Compton Abbas, Dorset, Eliza, 2. born Compton Abbas, Dorset. 
Sharp, William (I96101)
 
117011 William Sharples

From the 1841 Census (HO 107 Piece 290 Folio 9 Page 4)
William, 8. was with his parents Sylvanus,40. Agricultural Labourer and Marina, 30. They were residing in East Compton, Compton Abbas, Dorset. With them was his sister Eliza, 14. and brothers John, 12. Silvanus,10. James 6. Benjamin, 1.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset. 
Staples, William (I96181)
 
117012 William Shergold

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1170/4 Folio 11 Page 15)
Wilm, 60. Agricultural Labourer. with his wife Priscilla, 60. and son James, 25.
At South Street, Broad Chalk. Lodging with them John Carpenter, 30. Agricultural Labourer, wife Sara, 25. and their children Wilm, 4. Mary, 2, Charlotte, 7 months.
All reported as born in Wiltshire. 
Shergold, William (I58772)
 
117013 William Shergold

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 68 Page 10)
William, 3. born Broad Chalke, Wiltshire was with his parents William, 48. Agricultural Labourer born Broad Chalk, and Kerza, 47. born Bishopstone, Wiltshire. With them were his brothers James, 18. Under Carter born Bishopstone, John, 16. Under Carter born Bishopstone, Thomas, 14. Shepherds Boy born Bishopstone, and sisters Ann, 12. born Bishopstone, Louisa, 10. born Broad Chalk, Sarah M., 8. born Broad Chalk, Emma, 6. born Broad Chalk,
They were residing in Broad Chalke, Wiltshire. 
Shergold, William (I61611)
 
117014 William Shergold

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 68 Page 10)
William, 48. Agricultural Labourer born Broad Chalke, Wiltshire was with his wife Kerza, 47. born Bishopstone, Wiltshire. With them were their children James, 18. Under Carter born Bishopstone, John, 16. Under Carter born Bishopstone, Thomas, 14. Shepherds Boy born Bishopstone, Ann, 12. born Bishopstone, Louisa, 10. born Broad Chalk, Sarah M., 8. born Broad Chalk, Emma, 6. born Broad Chalk, William, 3. born Broad Chalk,
They were residing in Broad Chalke, Wiltshire. 
Shergold, William (I61596)
 
117015 William Shirley

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1354 Folio 90 Page 4)
William, 4. Scholar born Stinsford, Dorset, was with his parents Arthur G.S., 50. Vicar of Stinsford, born London, and Mary Beadon, 43. born Sherborne, Dorset. They were residing in the Vicarage House in Stinsford, Dorset. With them were his siblings Sevallis, 17. Scholar born Stinsford, Dorset, Mary Selina, 12. Scholar born Stinsford, Dorset, Arthur Horatio, 6. Scholar born Stinsford, Dorset, Phillis, 2. born Stinsford, Dorset, and Mary Guppy, 30. House Servant from Beaminster, Dorset, Sarah White, 30. Cook from Shillingstone, Dorset, Benjamin Bracken, 27. Groom, from Yeovil, Somerset, Lucy Waygood, 17. House Maid from Glanvills Wotton, Dorset, Ann Dart, 28. Nurse from Piddlehinton, Dorset, and Frances Downton, 16. Nursemaid from Stinsford, Dorset. 
Shirley, William (I86199)
 
117016 William Shirley Shirley, George (I86198)
 
117017 William Shorey

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 292 Folio 11 Page 11)
William, 6. was with his parents Thomas, 40. Agricultural Labourer and Elizabeth, 30, They were residing in Yetminster, Dorset. With them were his siblings Sarah, 12. Thomas, 10. John, 8. Elizabeth, 4. Edward, 3. Emily 5 months.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1853 Folio 92 Page 5)
William, 14. Farm Labourer born Yetminster, Dorset, was with his mother Elizabeth, 47. (W) born Folke, Dorset, they were residing in Yetminster, Dorset, With them were his brothers Thomas, 18. Farm Labourer born Yetminster, Dorset, John, 16. Farm Labourer born Yetminster, Dorset, Edward, 10. born Yetminster, Dorset, and sisters Elizabeth,11. born Yetminster, Dorset, Emily, 6. born Yetminster, Dorset, and niece Mildred 3 months born Yetminster, Dorset.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1359 Folio 12 Page 17)
William, 26. Carpenter born Yetminster, Dorset, was residing in Bristol End, Yetminster, Dorset. with his brother Edward, 20. Labourer born Yetminster, Dorset, sisters Elizabeth, 24. Glover born Yetminster, Dorset, Emily Sarah, 19. Glover born Yetminster, Dorset, and niece Mildred, 8 Scholar born Yetminster, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 2017 Folio 6 Page 6)
William, 34. Innkeeper born Yetminster, Dorset, and his servant Mary Ann Randal, from Corscombe, Dorset, were residing in Yetminster, Dorset. With them was he brother Edward, 30. Carrier born Yetminster, Dorset, was with his wife Victoria, 31. born Corscombe, Dorset, and their children Edward George, 4. Scholar born Yetminster, Dorset,
William Charles, 2. born Yetminster, Dorset, Mary Ann 4 months, born Yetminster, Dorset.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2116 Folio 8 Page 7)
William, 47. Carpenter & Wheelwright born Yetminster, Dorset, was residing in Bristol Street, Yetminster, Dorset.

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Shorey, William (I98281)
 
117018 William Short

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 292/3 Folio 4 Page 10)
William, 32 Agricultural Labourer was with his wife Jane, 25. and their children George, 8. John, 5. Mary Ann, 6 months. They were residing in Longburton, Dorset.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1859 Folio 62 Page 27)
William, 44. Agricultural Labourer born Longburton, Dorset. and his wife Jane, 37. born Longburton, Dorset., were residing in Longburton, Dorset. With them were their children
George, 18. Agricultural Labourer born Longburton, Dorset,
John, 15. Agricultural Labourer born Longburton, Dorset,
Mary Ann, 10. born Longburton, Dorset,
Sydney, 8. born Longburton, Dorset,
Charlotte, 5. born Longburton, Dorset,
William, 3. born Longburton, Dorset,
Sarah, 1. born Longburton, Dorset,
and Lodger Jacob Granger, 26. Thatcher born Longburton, Dorset. 
Short, William (I88167)
 
117019 William Simper

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1848 Folio 225 Page 34)
William, 9. Scholar, born Fovant, Wiltshire, and his parents Henry, 41. born Fovant, Wiltshire, Woodman, and Ann, 41. born Broad Chalke, Wiltshire, were residing in Fovant, Wiltshire. With them were his sisters Elizabeth, 28. born Fovant, Wiltshire,
Martha, 24. born Fovant, Wiltshire, Eliza, 22. born Fovant, Wiltshire, Emma, 19. born Fovant, Wiltshire, Emily, 18. born Fovant, Wiltshire, Matilda, 15. born Fovant, Wiltshire, and brother George, 11. Scholar, born Fovant, Wiltshire. 
Simper, William (I73985)
 
117020 William Singleton 1819 - 1905

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1169/8 Folio 18 Page 5)
William, 22. his parents George, 50. Agricultural Labourer, and Elizabeth, 56. and brother John, 26. were residing in Fovant, Wiltshire.
They were all recorded as having been born in Wiltshire.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1848 Folio 225 Page 19)
William, 32. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire and his wife Harriett, 33. born Broadchalke, Wiltshire, were residing in Fovant, Wiltshire.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 15 Page 22)
William, 52. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire and his wife Harriett, 58. born Broadchalke, Wiltshire, were residing in Fovant, Wiltshire. Boarding with them was William Mead, 3. born Sutton Manderville, Wiltshire.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 59 Page 7)
William, 62. (W) Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, was residing in Dinton Street, Fovant, Wiltshire. Boarding with him was William Mead, 13. Agricultural Labourer, born Sutton Manderville, Wiltshire.

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 1623 Folio 58 Page 13)
William, 69. (W) Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, was residing on his own in Fovent Street, Fovant, Wiltshire.

From the 1901 Census (RG13 Piece Folio 47 Page 8)
William, 81. (W) born Fovant, Wiltshire, was residing on his own in Fovent Street, Fovant, Wiltshire. 
Singleton, William (I74023)
 
117021 William Singleton 1844 - 1878

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1848 Folio 225 Page 18)
William, 6. Scholar born Fovant, Wiltshire, was with his parents James, 40. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, and Martha, 45. born Swallowcliffe, Wiltshire. They were residing in Fovant, Wiltshire. With them were his siblings Edward, 18. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, Mary, 16. born Fovant, Wiltshire, Charles, 13. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, James, 8. Scholar born Fovant, Wiltshire, Ann, 3. born Fovant, Wiltshire, Eliza, 1 month.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 16 Page 27)
William, 23. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, was with his mother Martha, 65. (W) born Swallowcliffe, Wiltshire, was residing in Levers Lane, Fovant, Wiltshire. With them were his brothers Charles, 33. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, James, 27. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, and nephew George, 23. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, 
Singleton, William (I73869)
 
117022 William Slade

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2481 Folio 41 Page 33)
William, 20. Coachman, born Malmesbury, Wiltshire, was with his mother Sarah, 61. (W) Charwoman born Sherston, Wiltshire they were residing in Jacobs Wells Building, Clifton, Gloucestershire, with them was his brother John, 22. Groom. born Malmesbury, Wiltshire. 
Slade, William (I60543)
 
117023 William Small

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 292/3 Folio 3 Page 7)
Thomas, 46. Carpenter was with his wife Ruth, 40. and residing in Longburton, Dorset. With them was their son William, 8. and daughters Mary, 13. Rebecca, 12. Sarah, 10. Ruth, 6. Elizabeth, 4. Jane, 1.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1859 Folio 54 Page 11)
Thomas, 50. (W) Carpenter born Longburton, Dorset, was residing in residing in Longburton, Dorset. With him were his children William, 18. Carpenter born Longburton, Dorset, Rebecca, 21. Dressmaker born Longburton, Dorset, Ruth, 16. born Longburton, Dorset, Elizabeth, 14. born Longburton, Dorset, Jane, 11. born Longburton, Dorset.

From the1861 Census (RG(Piece 73 Page 7)
Thomas, 68. (W) Carpenter Retired born Longburton, Dorset, was residing in residing in Longburton, Dorset. With him was his son William, 28. Carpenter born Longburton, Dorset,
and daughter Ruth, 26. Housekeeper born Longburton, Dorset. 
Small, William (I88010)
 
117024 William Small

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 292/3 Folio 3 Page 7)
Thomas, 46. Carpenter was with his wife Ruth, 40. and residing in Longburton, Dorset. With them was their son William, 8. and daughters Mary, 13. Rebecca, 12. Sarah, 10. Ruth, 6. Elizabeth, 4. Jane, 1.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1859 Folio 54 Page 11)
Thomas, 50. (W) Carpenter born Longburton, Dorset, was residing in residing in Longburton, Dorset. With him were his children William, 18. Carpenter born Longburton, Dorset, Rebecca, 21. Dressmaker born Longburton, Dorset, Ruth, 16. born Longburton, Dorset, Elizabeth, 14. born Longburton, Dorset, Jane, 11. born Longburton, Dorset.

From the1861 Census (RG(Piece 73 Page 7)
Thomas, 68. (W) Carpenter Retired born Longburton, Dorset, was residing in residing in Longburton, Dorset. With him was his son William, 28. Carpenter born Longburton, Dorset,
and daughter Ruth, 26. Housekeeper born Longburton, Dorset. 
Small, William (I6198)
 
117025 William Small

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 292/3 Folio 3 Page 7)
William, 8. was with his parents Thomas, 46. Carpenter and Ruth, 40. they were residing in Longburton, Dorset. With them were his sisters Mary, 13. Rebecca, 12. Sarah, 10. Ruth, 6. Elizabeth, 4. Jane, 1.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1859 Folio 54 Page 11)
William, 18. Carpenter born Longburton, Dorset, was with his father Thomas, 50. (W) Carpenter born Longburton, Dorset, they were residing in Longburton, Dorset. With him were his sisters Rebecca, 21. Dressmaker born Longburton, Dorset, Ruth, 16. born Longburton, Dorset, Elizabeth, 14. born Longburton, Dorset, Jane, 11. born Longburton, Dorset.

From the1861 Census (RG(Piece 73 Page 7)
William, 28. Carpenter born Longburton, Dorset, was with his father Thomas, 68. (W) Carpenter Retired born Longburton, Dorset, they were residing in Longburton, Dorset, with his Ruth, 26. Housekeeper born Longburton, Dorset. 
Small, William (I88015)
 
117026 William Small

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 6 Page 3)
William, 10. Scholar, born Fovant, Wiltshire. and his parents William, 39. (Blind) from Wylye, Wiltshire, and Ann, 38. born Fovant, Wiltshire, were with his sisters Henrietta, 8. Scholar, born Fovant, Wiltshire. Alice, 2. born Fovant, Wiltshire.
They were residing in Fovant Street, Fovant, Wiltshire.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 64 Page 17)
William, 20. Agricultural Labourer, was with his mother Ann, 48. and his siblings Alice, 12. Scholar, Edward, 9. Scholar,
they were residing with his uncle Charles Turner, 49. Unmarried Thatcher, in Back Street, Fovant, Wiltshire,
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Fovant, Wiltshire. 
Small, William (I66576)
 
117027 William Small 1848 - 1898

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 6 Page 3)
William, 39. (Blind) from Wylye, Wiltshire, was with his wife Ann, 38. born Fovant, Wiltshire, and their children
William, 10. Scholar, born Fovant, Wiltshire. Henreitta, 8. Scholar, born Fovant, Wiltshire. Alice, 2. born Fovant, Wiltshire.
They were residing in a Fovant Street, Fovant, Wiltshire.


From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 1623 Folio 52 Page 11)
William, 59. Shepherd (Blind) from Wylye, Wiltshire, was with his wife Ann, 58. born Fovant, Wiltshire, They were residing in a Fovant Street, Fovant, Wiltshire. 
Small, William (I66574)
 
117028 William Smith

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1323 Folio Page) Enumeration District 1)
William, 73. (W) Cordwainer, was at Green, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With him was his son in law John Jolliffe, 23. Agricultural Labourer, and daughter Eliza Jolliffe, 23.
They were all recorded as having been born in Wiltshire. 
Smith, William (I62194)
 
117029 William Smith

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 1627 Folio Page)
William, 7 months. born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, his parents John, 30. Agricultural Labourer born Semley, Wiltshire, and Ann, 30. born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, were residing in a Cottage in Sedgehill. With them were his siblings who were all born in Sedgehill.
George, 11. Scholar, Ellen, 9. Scholar, John, 7. Scholar, Mable, 5. Alice, 2.

From the 1901 Census (RG13 Piece 1963 Folio Page)
William, 10, born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, was with his parents John, 40. Agricultural Labourer born Semley, Wiltshire, and Ann, 41. born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, They were residing at 1 West Marsh, Sedgehill. With them were his siblings who were all born in Sedgehill. George, 21. Agricultural Labourer, Ellen, 19. General Servant, Alice, 12. Arthur, 8. Albert, 6. Kate, 4. 
Smith, William (I65573)
 
117030 William Smith Ackerman

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1363 Folio 23 Page 8)
William, 8. Scholar born Mosterton, Dorset, was with his parents David, 49. Flax Spinner born Britford, Dorset, and Selina, 44. born Burton, Dorset, they were residing in Mosterton, Dorset. With them was his brother Maximilian, 12. Mechanic in Flax Mill born Mosterton, Dorset, and sisters Mary, 11. Scholar born Mosterton, Dorset, Jane, 6. Scholar born Mosterton, Dorset,
Lavinia, 4. Scholar born Mosterton, Dorset, Elizabeth, 2. born Mosterton, Dorset. 
Ackerman, William Smith (I86775)
 
117031 William Snook

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2078 Folio 58 Page 7)
William, 35. Agricultural Labourer from Hindon, Wiltshire was with his wife Mary Ann, 31. born Fonthill Bishop,Wiltshire. with them were their children; Charles, 10. Scholar, born Hindon, Wiltshire. Harriet, 9. Scholar,born Farnham, Dorset. Albert, 7. Scholar, born Fonthill Bishop, Wiltshire. Bessie, 5. Scholar born Knoyle, Wiltshire. Frank, 3. born Chicklade, Wiltshire. Frederick, 1, born Woodford, Wiltshire.
They were residing in Teffont Magna, Wiltshire. 
Snook, William (I44706)
 
117032 William Spencer

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 120 Page 21)
William, 8. Scholar born Broad Chalk. was with his parents Thomas, 68. Gardeners Labourer born Fifield Bavant and Susannah, 60. born Tisbury, Wiltshire with them were siblings Thomas, 18. Agricultural Labourer born Broad Chalk, Fanny L., 15. born Broad Chalk, and uncle William, 67. Agricultural Labourer born Fifield Bavant
They were residing in Broad Chalke, Wiltshire. 
Spencer, William (I59336)
 
117033 William Spencer 1815 - 1902

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1170/6 Folio 2 Page 14)
William, 26. was with his parents Thomas 45. Agricultural Labourer and Hannah, 50. and siblings Thomas, 18. Frederic, 15. Maria. 14. George, 12.
They were residing in Fifield, Fifield Bavant, Wiltshire.
Everyone wsa recorded as born in Wiltshire.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 71 Page 16)
William, 52. Agricultural Labourer (Shepherd)born Fifield Bavant was living with his brother Thomas, 50. Agricultural Labourer born Fifield Bavant was with his sister in law Susannah, 40. born Tisbury, Wiltshire with them were children Thomas, 8. Scholar,,born Broad Chalk, Fanny L., 5. Scholar,born Broad Chalk,
They were residing in Broad Chalke, Wiltshire.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 120 Page 21)
William, 67. Agricultural Labourer born Fifield Bavant was living with his brother
Thomas, 68. Gardeners Labourer born Fifield Bavant and sister in law Susannah, 60. born Tisbury, Wiltshire with them were their children Thomas, 18. Agricultural Labourer born Broad Chalk, Fanny L., 15. born Broad Chalk, William, 8. Scholar born Broad Chalk.
They were residing in Broad Chalke, Wiltshire. 
Spencer, William (I59330)
 
117034 William Sprackland

From the 1841 Census ( HO107 Piece 295 Folio 23 Page 23 )
William, 7. was with his parents John, 36. and Caroline, 30. they were residing in Ropers Lane. Lady St, Mary. Wareham, Dorset. With them were his siblings Ann, 5. Elizabeth, 3. Joe, 0.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census ( HO107 Piece 1858 Folio 14 Page 4 )
William, 17. Tailors Apprentice born Dorchester, Dorset, was with his mother Caroline Ann, 40. Aslens Wife born Shalston, Dorset, they were residing in High East Street, Dorchester. With them were his brothers Joe, 10. Scholar born Wareham, Dorset, John, 8. Scholar born Wareham, Dorset, James, 6. Scholar born Wareham, Dorset, Frank, 3. born Dorchester, Dorset, and sisters Ann, 15. Scholar born Wareham, Dorset, Elizabeth, 13. Scholar born Wareham, Dorset, Mary Maria, 0. born Dorchester, Dorset, Visiting was Charles Edward Slade. 13. from Blanford, Dorset.

From the 1861 Census ( RG9 Piece 1353 Folio 25 Page 22 )
William, 27. Grocers Porter born Dorchester, Dorset, was with his wife Eliza, 26. born Chetnole, Dorset. They were residing in High East Street, Dorchester. With them were their children Margaret, 4. born Dorchester, Dorset, Wilmot, 2. born Dorchester, Dorset, Caroline, 2 months born Dorchester, Dorset, and uncle Samuel Cave, 44. Chelsea Pensioner.

From the 1871 Census ( RG10 Piece 2009 Folio 45 Page 13 )
William, 37. Porter born Dorchester, Dorset, was with his wife Eliza, 36. born Chetnole, Dorset. They were residing in
Dorchester. With them were their children Margaret, 14. Scholar born Dorchester, Dorset, Wilmot, 12. Scholar born Dorchester, Dorset,. Ernest, born Dorchester, Dorset, Henry, 1. born Dorchester, Dorset

From the1881 Census ( RG11 Piece 2110 Folio 51 Page 30 )
William, 47. Upholsters Porter born Dorchester, Dorset, was with his wife Eliza, 46. born Chetnole, Dorset. They were residing in Samway Court, Pease Lane, Dorchester, Dorset. 
Sprackland, William (I112882)
 
117035 William Sprackling

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 286 Folio Page 8
William, 45. Carpenter was with his wife Mary, 45.) and their children John, 20. Sarah, 18. Joseph, 10.
They were residing in Stratton, Dorset.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1858 Folio 441 Page 5)
William, 54. (W) Carpenter, born Stratton, Dorset, was residing in Stratton, Dorset. With him was his son John, 31. Farm Labourer born Stratton, Dorset, Joseph, 24. Farm Labourer born Stratton, Dorset, daughter Sarah, 22. born Stratton, Dorset,
and granddaughter Mary Ann, 1. born Stratton, Dorset. 
Spracking, William (I77031)
 
117036 William Sprackling

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1356 Folio 66 Page 6
William, 6. Scholar, born Stratton, Dorset, with his parents Edward, 35. Agricultural Labourer born Stratton, Dorset, and Elizabeth, 35. born Kingstone, Dorset. They were residing in a Cottage in Stratton, Dorset. With them was his sister Mary L., 16. Scholar born Herringstone, Dorset, and brothers Benjamin, 10. Scholar, born Stratton, Dorset, Joseph, 8. Scholar, born Stratton, Dorset, Thomas, 3. born Stratton, Dorset, Henry, 5 months born Stratton, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece Folio 8 Page 7)
William, 16. born Stratton, Dorset, was with his mother Elizabeth, 45. (W) born Kingston Russell, Dorset. They were residing in Bradford Peverall, Dorset. With them were his siblings Thomas, 13. born Stratton, Dorset, Henry, 10. born Stratton, Dorset, Jane. 8, born Bradford Peverall, Dorset, Elizabeth, 5. born Bradford Peverall, Dorset, Alice, 3. born Bradford Peverall, Dorset. 
Sprackling, William (I77057)
 
117037 William Squibb Vallance

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1357 Folio 93 Page 1)
was with his parents Edward, 44. Carter born West Knighton, Dorset, and Ann, 42. Laundress born Broadmayne, Dorset. They were residing i Godmanstone, Dorset. With them were his brothers
Robert, 16. Carter born West Knighton, Dorset,
Richard, 15. Carter born West Knighton, Dorset,
William, 12. Plough Boy born West Knighton, Dorset,
Samuel. 6. Scholar born West Knighton, Dorset, and sister
Sarah Ann, 4. Scholar born West Knighton, Dorset,
and grand father William Vallance, 88. retired sailor from Dorset. 
Vallance, William Squibb (I93264)
 
117038 William Stephen Maidment

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 1624 Folio 77 Page 15)
William S., 4. Scholar, was with his parents Stephen, 49. Railway Labourer born Semley, Wiltshire, and Prudence, 57. born Semley, Wiltshire they were residing in Church Green, Semley, Wiltshire. With them were his sisters Emily, 24. Dressmaker,
Louisa J., 21. Dressmaker, Alice M., 13. Scholar, Ellen E., 7. Scholar, They were all recorded as having been born in Semley, Wiltshire.
Also residing with them were James Buckland, 27. Blacksmith from Winchester, Hampshire, and William Sulley, 31. Blacksmith from Godney, Somerset.

From the 1901 Census (RG13 Piece 1960 Folio 66 Page 3)
William, 14. born Semley, Wiltshire, was with his parents Stephen, 59. Railway Plate Layer born Semley, Wiltshire, and Prudence, 61. born Semley, Wiltshire they were residing in Church Green, Semley, Wiltshire. 
Maidment, William Stephen (I65948)
 
117039 William Stephen Powell

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 80 Page 33)
William, 4 months, born Broad Chalke, Wiltshire was with his parents Stephen, 34. Agricultural Labourer, born Broad Chalk, and Abigail, 30. born Ebbesborne Wake Wiltshire, were residing with his grandparents William, 64. Agricultural Labourer born Broad Chalk and Sarah, 62. born Bishopstone, Wiltshire, in Broad Chalke, Wiltshire. With them was his sister Sarah E., 1.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 122 Page 26)
William S., 10. Scholar born Broad Chalke, Wiltshire, was with his parents Stephen, 45. Agricultural Labourer, born Broad Chalk, and Abigail, 40. born Ebbesborne Wake Wiltshire, they were residing in Knighton Road, Broad Chalke, Wiltshire. With them were his siblings Sarah E., 11. Scholar born Broad Chalk, Eliza J., 6. Scholar born Broad Chalk, Michael, 1 month, born Broad Chalk, and grandmother Sarah, 72. (W) born Ebbesborne Wake Wiltshire, 
Powell, William Stephen (I60507)
 
117040 William Stevens

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1170/4 Folio 4 Page 1)
William, 6 Weeks was with his parents John, 30. Labourer, and Hannah, 35. they were residing in Stoke, Broad Chalke, Wiltshire. With them were his siblings Henry, 12. Mary, 10. Sarah, 8. Emily, 7. Hannah, 6. John, 3. James, 2.
Also residing with them was Mary Stevens, 70. and Mary Stevens, 17.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Wiltshire. 
Stevens, William (I60400)
 
117041 William Stevens

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1330 Folio 103 Page 8)
William, 15, Shepherd born Shillingstone, Dorset. was with his grand parents William , 68, Agricultural Labourer born Shillingstone, Dorset, and Mary, 62, born Shillingstone, Dorset. They were residing in Whit Pitt, Shillingstone, Dorset. With them was his uncle Mark. 20, Shepherd born Shillingstone. Dorset, and sister Louisa, 20. born Shillingstone, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1990 Folio 13 Page 21)
William, 25, Labourer born Shillingstone, Dorset, was with his wife Ann, 21, born Shillingstone, Dorset. They were residing in Hamworthy, Dorset. With them were their daughters Sarah E., 3, born Shillingstone, Dorset. Annie E., 1, born Shillingstone, Dorset. 
Stevens, Willkiam (I112094)
 
117042 William Stone

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1320 Folio 93 Page 28)
William, 39. Carter & Agricultural Labourer born Semley, Wiltshire, and his wife Maria, 40. born Semley, Wiltshire, were residing at Seniors Farm, Semley, Wiltshire. With them were their children Mary, 13 Glover, born Semley, Wiltshire, George, 5. born Semley, Wiltshire, Noah, 2. born Semley, Wiltshire.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1966 Folio Page)
William, 48. Herdsman & Agricultural Labourer born Semley, Wiltshire, and his wife Maria, 50. born Semley, Wiltshire, were residing in Goods Lane, Sedgehill, Wiltshire. With them were their children George, 16. Labourer born Semley, Wiltshire,
Mark, 13. Scholar born Semley, Wiltshire, Sarah J., 5. Scholar born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, and grandson Charles, 4. Scholar born Sedgehill, Wiltshire.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 38 Page 12)
William, 59. Carter born Semley, Wiltshire, and his wife Maria, 60. born Semley, Wiltshire, were residing in Field Barn, Compton Chamberlayne, Wiltshire. With them were children Noah, 22. Carter born Semley, Wiltshire, Sarah J., 15. Scholar born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, and grandson Charles, 14. Scholar born Sedgehill, Wiltshire. 
Stone, William (I74221)
 
117043 William Stone Melmoth

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1968 Folio Page)
William, 9, born Cann St. Rumbold, Dorset, was with his parents James, 39, Sawyer born Shillingstone, Dorset, and Mary M., 40. born Cann St. Rumbold, Dorset. They were residing in Bozley Hill, Cann St. Rumbold, Dorset. With them were his sidters Annie, 13, born Cann St. Rumbold, Dorset, Emma, 7, born Cann St. Rumbold, Dorset, Emily, 3, born Cann St. Rumbold, Dorset.


 
Melmoth, William Stone (I112023)
 
117044 William Strange 1828 - 1887

From the 141 Census (HO107 Piece 272 Folio 15 Page 24)
William, 13. was with his parents James, 38. Cordwainer and Charlotte, 35. and his siblings Elizabeth, 10. James, 8. Joseph, 6.
Charles, 3. Samuel, 1 month. They were residing in Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1852 Folio 295 Page 25
William, 22. Cordwainer born Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset, was with his parents James, 48. Cordwainer born Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset, and Charlotte, 46. born Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset. They were residing in Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset. With them were his brothers James, 18. Cordwinder born Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset, Joseph, 15. Cordwinder born Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset,
Charles, 12. Scholar born Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset, Samuel, 10. Scholar born Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset, Albert, 7. Scholar born Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset, Walter, 4. Scholar born Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset, and sister Elizabeth, 20. Shoe Binder born Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2086 Folio 134 Page 3)
William, 52. Carrier born Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset, and his wife Jane, 44. Shopkeeper born Tarrant Gunville, Dorset, were residing on High Road to Common, Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset. With them were their children, Mary Louise, 22. born Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset, William Frank, 2. born Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset, and his mother Charlotte, 75, (W) born Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset,. 
Strange, William (I86451)
 
117045 William Street

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 83 Page 25)
William, 24. Shepherd born Homington, Wiltshire, was with his wife Eva A.,26. born Bishopstone, Wiltshire and residing at The Island, Bishopstone. Lodging with them was Edwin T. Paige, 18. General Miller from Crawley, Hampshire. 
Street, William (I59150)
 
117046 William Street Jones, David John (I44656)
 
117047 William Street Schultz, Dorothy Lucy (I39604)
 
117048 William Street, St George Henwood, James (I91097)
 
117049 William Strong

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1169/8 Folio 6 Page 5)
William, 17. Agricultural Labourer, was with his parents John, 55. Agricultural Labourer and Ann, 50. They were residing in Fovant, Wiltshire. With them were his siblings Fanny, 20. George, 15. Agricultural Labourer, Henry, 12. Agricultural Labourer, Ann, 8. and Sarah Strong, 57.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Wiltshire. 
Strong, William (I66254)
 
117050 William Strong

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1848 Folio Page 225)
William, 6. Scholar, born Fovant, Wiltshire, was with his parents George, 24. Agricultural Labourer, born Fovant, Wiltshire, and Elizabeth, 28. born Chalk, Wiltshire. They were residing in Fovant, Wiltshire. With them were his siblings Jane, 4. Scholar, born Fovant, Wiltshire, James, 2. born Fovant, Wiltshire. 
Strong, William (I66264)
 
117051 William Strong

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 14 Page 20)
William, 3. born Fovant, Wiltshire, and his parents Henry, 43. Agricultural Labourer, born Fovant, Wiltshire, and Ann, 43. born Fovant, Wiltshire, were residing in Dinton Road, Fovant, Wiltshire. With them were his sister Sarah, 12. born Fovant, Wiltshire,
and brothers Charles, 16. Agricultural Labourer, born Fovant, Wiltshire, Herbert, 14. Agricultural Labourer, born Fovant, Wiltshire, Harry, 10. born Fovant, Wiltshire, Alfred, 8. born Fovant, Wiltshire, Tom, 6. born Fovant, Wiltshire, Frank, 4. born Fovant, Wiltshire.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2089 Folio 51 Page 10)
William, 13. Agricultural Labourer, born Fovant, Wiltshire, was with his parents Henry, 50. Agricultural Labourer, born Fovant, Wiltshire, and Ann, 60. born Fovant, Wiltshire, were residing in the Village of Pimperne, Dorset. With them were his sisters
Sarah, 22. born Fovant, Wiltshire, Edith A., 4. Scholar born Fovant, Wiltshire, and brothers Alfred, 18. Agricultural Labourer, born Fovant, Wiltshire, Tom, 16. Agricultural Labourer, born Fovant, Wiltshire, Frank, 15. Agricultural Labourer, born Fovant, Wiltshire, John, 9. Scholar, born Fovant, Wiltshire. 
Strong, William (I66282)
 
117052 William Sydney Penny

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2439 Folio 92 Page 6)
William S., 4 months. born Bath, Somerset. was with his parents Sydney, 30. Groom, born Fonthill Bishop, Wiltshire and, Eliza, 29. born Haydon, Devon they were residing at 7 Dafford Building, Walcot, Somerset., with them were his brother Frederick J., 1. born Bath, Somerset, 
Penny, William Sydney (I58670)
 
117053 William Symes

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1366 Folio 74 Page 4)
William, 7. Scholar born Shipton Gorge,Dorset, was with his parents John 43. Blacksmith born Shipton Gorge, Dorset, and Eliza, 41. born Shipton Gorge, Dorset. They were residing in Shipton Gorge, Dorset. With them were his brothers Edwin, 15. Blacksmith born Shipton Gorge, Dorset, George, 12. Scholar born Shipton Gorge, Dorset, Samuel, 10. Scholar born Shipton Gorge,Dorset, Richard, 5. born Shipton Gorge,Dorset, John, 4 months, born Shipton Gorge,Dorset, and sisters Jane, 9. Scholar born Shipton Gorge,Dorset, Edith, 3. born Shipton Gorge,Dorset. 
Symes, William (I93378)
 
117054 William Symnonds

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1348 Folio 29 Page 8)
William, 7. Scholar born Broadwey, Dorset, was with his parents William, 38. Gardener born Portesham, Dorset, and Elizabeth, 40. born Broadwey, Dorset. They were residing in Broadwey, Dorset. With them were his siblings Harriet, 10. Scholar born Broadwey, Dorset, Elizabeth, 5. Scholar born Broadwey, Dorset, Charles, 2. born Broadway, Dorset, and his aunt Amelia, 25. from Portesham, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1999 Folio 40 Page 26)
William, 17. born Broadwey, Dorset, was with his parents William, 48. Market Gardener born Portesham, Dorset, and Elizabeth, 50. born Broadwey, Dorset. They were residing in Broadwey, Dorset. With them were his brothers Charles, 12. Scholar born Broadwey, Dorset and sisters Harriet, 20. born Broadwey, Dorset, Elizabeth, 14. born Broadwey, Dorset,
Amelia, 9. Scholar born Broadwey, Dorset. 
Symonds, William (I85510)
 
117055 William Symonds

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1354 Folio 94 Page 11)
William, 34. Garden Labourer born Athelhampton, Dorset, was with his wife Anne, 30. born Stinsford, Dorset. They were residing in a Cottage in Stinsford, Dorset. With them were their children Sarah A., 10. Scholar born Stinsford, Dorset,
Elizabeth, 8. Scholar born Stinsford, Dorset, William C., 6. Scholar born Stinsford, Dorset, Frederick, 4. Scholar born Stinsford, Dorset, George, 2. born Stinsford, Dorset, Emily, 9 months, born Stinsford, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 2011 Folio 66 Page 8)
William, 44. Labourer born Athelhampton, Dorset, was with his wife Anne, 40. born Stinsford, Dorset. They were residing in a Cottage in Bockhampton, Stinsford, Dorset. With them were their children Frederick, 14. Labourer Mason born Stinsford, Dorset, George, 12. Scholar born Stinsford, Dorset, Emily, 10. Scholar born Stinsford, Dorset, Emma, 8. Scholar born Stinsford, Dorset, Louisa L., 5. Scholar born Stinsford, Dorset, Alice, 3. born Stinsford, Dorset, James J., 9 months born Stinsford, Dorset.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2110 Folio 25 Page 22)
William, 53. Gardener born Athelhampton, Dorset, was with his wife Anne, 50. born Stinsford, Dorset. They were residing in
Bell Street, Dorchester, Dorset. With them was their daughter Alice, 12. Scholar born Stinsford, Dorset, and son James, 10. Scholar born Stinsford, Dorset. 
Symonds, William (I86071)
 
117056 William Symonds 1824 - 1892

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1857 Folio 105 Page 18)
William, 28. Gardener born Portesham, Dorset, was with his wife Elizabeth, 31. born Broadwey, Dorset, and their daughter Harriet, 1. born Broadwey, Dorset. They were residing in Broadwey, Dorset.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1348 Folio 29 Page 8)
William, 38. Gardener born Portesham, Dorset, was with his wife Elizabeth, 40. born Broadwey, Dorset. They were residing in Broadwey, Dorset. With them were their children Harriet, 10. Scholar born Broadwey, Dorset, William, 7. Scholar born Broadwey, Dorset, Elizabeth, 5. Scholar born Broadwey, Dorset, Charles, 2. born Broadwey, Dorset, and his sister Amelia, 25. from Portesham, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1999 Folio 40 Page 26)
William, 48. Market Gardener born Portesham, Dorset, was with his wife Elizabeth, 50. born Broadwey, Dorset. They were residing in Broadwey, Dorset. With them were their children Harriet, 20. born Broadwey, Dorset, William, 17. born Broadwey, Dorset, Elizabeth, 14. born Broadwey, Dorset, Charles, 12. Scholar born Broadwey, Dorset, Amelia, 9. Scholar born Broadwey, Dorset.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2103 Folio 30 Page 7)
William, 59. Market Gardener born Portesham, Dorset, was with his wife Elizabeth, 61. born Broadwey, Dorset. They were residing in Broadwey, Dorset. With them were their children Elizabeth, 24. born Broadwey, Dorset, Charles, 22. born Broadwey, Dorset, Amelia, 19. born Broadwey, Dorset.

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 1645 Folio 29 Page 10)
William, 68. Market Gardener born Portesham, Dorset, was with his wife Elizabeth, 71. born Broadwey, Dorset. They were residing in Summer Close Cottage, Weymouth Road, Broadwey, Dorset. With them were their children Elizabeth, 35. born Broadwey, Dorset, Charles, 32. Market Gardener born Broadwey, Dorset, Amelia, 29. born Broadwey, Dorset. 
Symonds, William (I85508)
 
117057 William T. Isaac

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 0604 Folio 48 Page 35)
Wilson, 7. Scholar, born Lambeth, London was with his parents John, 41. Railway Porter born Broad Chalke, Wiltshire and Fanny, 41. born Hampshire. They were residing at 31 Rutland Street, Lambeth, London. With them were his sisters who were all born in Lambeth London. Minnie M., 7. Scholar, Emily M. 1. Diana F., 4 Months.
Also with them was uncle Henry Irland, 21. Railway Stoker born Milfort, Hampshire. 
Isaac, Wilson T. (I59028)
 
117058 William Tanswell

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1965 Folio Page)
William, 16. born East Knoyle,, Wiltshire, was with his parents Joseph, 44. Agricultural Labourer born Shaftesbury, Dorset, and Susannah, 47. born East Knoyle, Wiltshire. They were residing at Upton, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were his brothers
Frank, 14. born East Knoyle, John, 13, born East Knoyle, and sister Elizabeth J., 11. born East Knoyle,

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2079 Folio 8 Page 9)
William, 28. General Labourer born East Knoyle, Wiltshire, and his wife Elizabeth, 25. born Shaftesbury, Dorset, were residing at 18 Milton East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were their children John, 6. Scholar born East Knoyle, Sidney, 4. Scholar born East Knoyle, Agnes, 12 months born East Knoyle,

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 1627 Folio Page)
William, 39. Road Contractor born East Knoyle, Wiltshire, and his wife Elizabeth, 37. born Shaftesbury, Dorset, were residing at Under Hill, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were their children John, 16. General Labourer born East Knoyle,
Sidney, 14. General Labourer born East Knoyle, Ernest, 9. born East Knoyle, Mable, 8. born East Knoyle, Edith, 2. born East Knoyle,

From the 1901 Census (RG13 Piece 1963 Folio Page)
William, 50. Road Contractor born East Knoyle, Wiltshire, and his wife Elizabeth, 47. born Shaftesbury, Dorset, were residing at Green, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were their daughters Mable, 18. born East Knoyle, Edith, 9. born East Knoyle, 
Tanswell, William (I65645)
 
117059 William Tanswell 1792 _ 1878

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1962 Folio 28 Page 2)
William, 79. Farm Laboure born Shaftesbury, Dorset. was with his son in law Charles, 58. Farm Labourer born Sedgehill, Wiltshire and daughter Elizabeth, 57. born Sedgehill, Wiltshire. They were residing at Huglers Hole, Semley, Wiltshire. With them were his grandsons William, 22. Farm Labourer born Semley, Wiltshire, Henry, 16. Farm Labourer born Semley, Wiltshire, 
Tanswell, William (I65435)
 
117060 William Targett

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1170/3 Folio 10 Page 15)
William, 16. Sawyer, was with his parents Thomas, 40. Sawyer and Ann, 40, they were residing at Castle, Bower Chalke, Wiltshire, with them were brothers Josiah, 9. Ira, 2.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Wiltshire.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 47 Page 17)
William, 46. Unemployed Carpenter was residing with his wife Ann. 47. and their daughter Clara. 13. in Bower Chalke, Wiltshire. Boarding with then was John Lush, 35. Unemployed Agricultural Labourer, Everyone was born in Bower Chalke, Wiltshire.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 89 Page 5)
William. 57. Agricultural Labourer born Bower Chalk was with his wife, Ann. 57 Laundress born Bower Chalke, and residing in Bower Chalk. Visiting them were their daughter Clara, 23. and her husband George Cook. 28. Porter from West Harnham, Wiltshire. 
Targett, William (I58651)
 
117061 William Taylor

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 279/3 Folio 4 Page 1)
William, 20. Agricultural Labourer, and his parents William, 45. Agricultural Labourer, and Sophia, 45. were residing at West Creech, Steeple, Dorset. With them were his brothers James, 20. Agricultural Labourer, Charles, 12. Henry, 7. Ambrose, 1.
and sisters Sophia, 6. Maria, 4.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset. 
Taylor, William (I75121)
 
117062 William Taylor 1796 - 1880

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 279/3 Folio 4 Page 1)
William, 45. Agricultural Labourer, and his wife Sophia, 45. were residing at West Creech, Steeple, Dorset. With them were their sons James, 20. Agricultural Labourer, William, 20. Agricultural Labourer, Charles, 12. Henry, 7. Ambrose, 1.
and daughters Sophia, 6. Maria, 4.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1856 Folio 222 Page 1)
William, 57. Agricultural Labourer born Steeple, Dorset, and his wife Sophia, 55. born Kimmeridge, Dorset were residing at West Creech, Steeple, Dorset. With them were their children Kezia, 25. born Steeple, Dorset, Henry, 18. Labourer born Steeple, Dorset, Maria, 14. born Steeple, Dorset, Ambrose, 11. Scholar, born Steeple, Dorset, and granddaughter Ellen, 5. born Steeple, Dorset,

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1346 Folio 69 Page 9)
William, 67. (W) Agricultural Labourer born Steeple, Dorset, was residing at Hurst Mill Farm, Steeple, Dorset. With him was his sons Henry, 26. Agricultural Labourer born Steeple, Dorset, Ambrose, 21. Agricultural Labourer born Steeple, Dorset,
daughter in law Harriet, 25. born Studland, Dorset, granddaughter Ellen, 15. Housekeeper born Steeple, Dorset,
and grandsons William Joseph, 3. born Steeple, Dorset, Edward, 15 months. born Steeple, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1966 Folio 50 Page 9)
William, 77. (W) born Steeple, Dorset, was residing in a Cottage in Steeple, Dorset. With him was his son Ambrose, 32. Woodman born Steeple, Dorset, daughter in law Ann, 32. born Steeple, Dorset, grandson William G. 4. born Stobrough, Dorset, and granddaughter Kate, 2. born Steeple, Dorset. 
Taylor, William (I75118)
 
117063 William Tewkesbury 1889 - 1861

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 284 Folio 4 Page 2)
William, 40. Agricultural Labourer was with his wife Letita, 40. They were residing in Buckland-Ripers, Dorset. With them were their children Henry, 10. Emma, 5.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1346 Folio 38 Page 28)
William, 61. (W) Gardener born Buckland-Ripers, Dorset was lodgeing with his sn in law Charles, 28 Agricultural Labourer born Buckland-Ripers, Dorset, and daughter Emma, 26 born Buckland-Ripers, Dorset. They were residing in Buckland-Ripers, Dorset. With them were their son's Henry, 6. Scholar born Buckland-Ripers, Dorset, Thomas, 4. born Buckland-Ripers, Dorset, Alfred, 11 months, born Buckland-Ripers, Dorset, 
Tewkesbury, William (I107899)
 
117064 William TheophilusVallard

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 2001 Folio 13 Page 21)
William, 15. was Harding with Anthony Guy, 43. Smith from Puddletown, Dorset, at his home in Weymouth, Dorset. 
Vallard, William Theophilus (I111729)
 
117065 William Thick

From the 1841 Census (parents HO107 Piece 1169/8 Folio 4 Page 1)
William, 10. was with his parents Cornelius,38. Agricultural Labourer and Mary, 28 and his siblings: William, 10. George, 8. Reynold, 6. Ellen, 4. Ann, 2 Charlotte, 1 month.
All born Wiltshire, and Residing in Fovant, Wiltshire. 
Thick, William (I58748)
 
117066 William Thick

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1945 Folio 12 Page 67)
William Thick, 9. Farm Labourer born Bower Chalk. was with his mother Ann, 32. from Fovant. and step father Samuel, 34. Farm Labourer from Durnford, and their children. Eliza A., 8 Scholar born Durnford. Raynold, 5. Scholar born Durnford, Ernest G., 3. born Durnford.
Residing in Great Durnford.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2064 Folio 90 Page 12)
William, 19. Agricultural Labourer born Broad Chalk. was with his parents Samuel, 41. Agricultural Labourer born Durnford and Ann, 42. born Fovant. and his siblings, Raymond, 15. Groom born Durnford. Ernest, 13. Agricultural Labourer born Durnford. Walter J., 6. Scholar born Durnford. Alfred E. 3. born Durnford.
Lodging with them Jno. Southey, 34. Agricultural Labourer from Durnford.
All residing in Durnford. 
Thick, William (I58734)
 
117067 William Thick

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 1960 Folio 39 Page 1)
William, 7. Scholar born Bower Chalk. was with his parents John, 36, Agricultural Labourer born Bower Chalk and Martha, 38 born Barford Saint Martin. with them his siblings: Ellen, 9. Scholar born Bower Chalk. Henry, 5. Scholar born Bower Chalk. Sidney, 4. Scholar born Bishopstone. Elizabeth, 2. born Bishopstone Amy, 8. months. born Bishopstone.
All resident at Faulston, Bishopstone, Wiltshire. 
Thick, William (I58740)
 
117068 William Thomas b April 19 1877 d July 6 1920 Married Esther Styles Jan 10 1910 They had one child that lived - George William(my grandfather)
Esther and George Sparrow came to Canada in 1920 
Family F2887
 
117069 William Thomas Bishop

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2103 Folio 122 Page 7)
William, 1. born Owermoigne, Dorset, was with his parents John, 39. Agricultural Labourer born Owermoigne, Dorset, and Dinah, 40. born Dewlish, Dorset. They were residing in Owermoigne, Dorset. With them were his brothers Albert, 15. Agricultural Labourer born Owermoigne, Dorset, Samuel, 11. Scholar born Owermoigne, Dorset, John, 8. Scholar born Owermoigne, Dorset, Walter, 6. Scholar born Owermoigne, Dorset, and sister Ellen, 4. Scholar born Owermoigne, Dorset. 
Bishop, William Thomas (I86434)
 
117070 William Thomas Bryston

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 1641 Folio 4 Page 2)
Willy, 5. Scholar, born Swanage, Dorset, and his parents Thomas, 35. Coast Guards Boatman born Canterbury, Kent, and Mary Ann, 37. born Langton Herring, Dorset, were residing at the Coast Guard Buildings, Swanage, Dorset. With them were his sisters Lily, 15. Domestic Servant, born Langton Herring, Dorset, Ada, 14. Domestic Servant, born Langton Herring, Dorset,
Ethel, 7. Scholar, born Swanage, Dorset, Minnie, 3. born Langton Herring, Dorset. 
Bryson, William Thomas (I77877)
 
117071 William Thomas Dunning

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 283/9 Folio 8 Page 10)
William, 28. and his wife Susannah, 20. were with his father Henry, 65 (W) Yeoman they were residing in Glanville Wooton, Dorset. With them were his brothers Henry, 25. Mark, 20. David, 20. Joseph, 15. sister Kezia, 14.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset. 
Dunning, William Thomas (I85456)
 
117072 William Thomas Hillier 1831 - 1905

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1967 Folio Page)
William, 38. Agricultural Labourer born Motcombe, Dorset, and his wife Mary, 32. born Motcombe, Dorset, were residing in Corner Lane, Motcombe, Dorset. With them were their children Thomas, 7. born Motcombe, Dorset, Emily, 5. born Motcombe, Dorset, Eliza, 3. born Motcombe, Dorset, Richard, 1. born Motcombe, Dorset.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2081 Folio 105 Page 9)
William, 49. Agricultural Labourer born Motcombe, Dorset, and his wife Mary, 40. born Motcombe, Dorset, were residing in Corner Lane, Motcombe, Dorset. With them were their children Thomas, 16. Agricultural Labourer born Motcombe, Dorset,
Emily, 14. born Motcombe, Dorset, Eliza, 12. born Motcombe, Dorset, Richard, 10. born Motcombe, Dorset, George, 8. born Motcombe, Dorset, William, 5. born Motcombe, Dorset, Sarah, 2. born Motcombe, Dorset.

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 1628 Folio 84 Page 4)
William, 60. Agricultural Labourer born Motcombe, Dorset, and his wife Mary, 52. born Motcombe, Dorset, were residing in Corner Lane, Motcombe, Dorset. With them were their sons Thomas, 27. Agricultural Labourer born Motcombe, Dorset,
Richard, 20. Agricultural Labourer born Motcombe, Dorset, George, 18. Agricultural Labourer born Motcombe, Dorset,
William, 15. Agricultural Labourer born Motcombe, Dorset, Frederick, 4. born Motcombe, Dorset, and daughters Sarah, 12. born Motcombe, Dorset, Agnes, 9. born Motcombe, Dorset. 
Hillier, William Thomas (I74994)
 
117073 William Thomas Hoare

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1337 Folio 56 Page 21)
Thomas, 4. born Hampreston, Dorset, was with his parents Thomas, 37. Agricultural Labourer born Hampreston, Dorset, and Matilda, 27. born Howall, Dorset. They were residing in Hampreston, Dorset. With them were his siblings James, 8. born Hampreston, Dorset, Sarah, 2. born Hampreston, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1983 Folio 74 Page 25
Thomas, 14. born Hampreston, Dorset, was with his grand father Thomas, 80 (W) . Farmer born Hampreston, Dorset, they were residing in Slaphill, Hampreston, Dorset. With them was his auntr Mary Ann, 52 . born Hampreston, Dorset, and cousin Susannah, 19. born Hampreston, Dorset, and
 
Hoare, William Thomas (I104618)
 
117074 William Thomas Lodge

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2068 Folio 79 Page 31)
William T., 11. Scholar born Fisherton Anger, Wiltshire, was with his father William, 40.(W) Gardener born Bishopstone, Wiltshire, was residing at 8 Westend Cottages, Fisherton Anger, Wiltshire, with them were his siblings Annie E., 15. Domestic Servant born Salisbury, Wiltshire, Fanny, 13. Scholar born Fisherton Anger, Wiltshire, Henry, 9. Scholar born Fisherton Anger, Wiltshire, Eve, 3. born Fisherton Anger, Wiltshire, 
Lodge, William Thomas (I67380)
 
117075 William Thomas Mann

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1337 Folio 86 Page 25)
William J., 2. born Whitchampton, Dorset, was with his parents John, 49. Tailor born Whitchampton, Dorset, and Mary J., 34. born Whitchampton, Dorset. They were residing in Brenley Farm, Whitchampton, Dorset. With them were his sisters
Louisa 13. Scholar born Whitchampton, Dorset, Ellen, 12. Scholar born Whitchampton, Dorset, Eliza, 7. Scholar born Whitchampton, Dorset, Fanny J., 4. Scholar born Whitchampton, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1983 Folio Page 1)
William, 12. Scholar born Whitchampton, Dorset, was with his parents John, 45 Tailors born Whitchampton, Dorset,and Mary J., 52. born Whitchampton, Dorset. They were residing in Parrys Cottages, Whitchampton, Dorset. With them was his sister Jesey, 14. Scholar born Whitchampton, Dorset, and nephews Frank, 6. Scholar born Whitchampton, Dorset,
Sidney, 2. born Whitchampton, Dorset. 
Mann., William Thomas (I98549)
 
117076 William Thomas Mullens

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1851 Folio 200 Page)
William, 2. born Compton Abbas, Dorset, was with his parents John, 29. Agricultural Labourer born Compton Abbas, Dorset, and Mary, 29. Domestic born Compton Abbas, Dorset. With them were his sisters Martha, 10. Scholar born Compton Abbas, Dorset, Mary Ann, 8. Scholar born Compton Abbas, Dorset, and brothers George, 6. Scholar born Compton Abbas, Dorset, John Thomas, 4. born Compton Abbas, Dorset.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1326 Folio 20 Page 10)
William Mullins, 13. Scholar born Compton Abbas, Dorset, was with his grand parents William, 60. Agricultural Labourer born Compton Abbas, Dorset, and Rebecca 58. born Tarrant Gunard, Dorset, they were residing at Whitehall, Compton Abbas, Dorset. With them was his aunt Susannah, 23. Agricultural Labourer born Compton Abbas, Dorset, and cousin
William Hardeman, 3. born Compton Abbas, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1969 Folio 17 Page 1)
William, 21. born Compton Abbas, Dorset, was with his parents John, 52. Agricultural Labourer born Compton Abbas, Dorset, and Mary, 49. born Compton Abbas, Dorset. They were residing at Twyford Green, Compton Abbas, Dorset. With them were his brothers George, 25. Agricultural Labourer born Compton Abbas, Dorset, Frederick, 17. born Compton Abbas, Dorset, Albert, 7. born Compton Abbas, Dorset, and sister Sarah, 13. born Compton Abbas, Dorset.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2082 Folio 38 Page 23)
William, 30. born Compton, Dorset, was with his wife Ellen, 26. born East Orchard, Dorset, They were residing at Woodbridge Lane, Fontmel Maga, Dorset. With them was their son Enos, 9. Scholar born East Orchard, Dorset. 
Mullens, William (I85748)
 
117077 William Thomas Padbury Martin

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 2017 Folio 5 Page 4)
William, 8. Scholar born Yetminster, Dorset, was with his parents Thomas, 36. Railway Labourer born Yetminster, Dorset, and Mary Ann, 36. born Yetminster, Dorset. They were residing in Yetminster, Dorset. With them were his brothers
Hewleth, 7. Scholar born Yetminster, Dorset, George, 6. Scholar born Yetminster, Dorset, sister Sarah, 2. born Yetminster, Dorset, and grand mother Harriet 70, (W) born Yetminster, Dorset. 
Martin, William Thomas Padbury (I98456)
 
117078 William Thomas Short

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1859 Folio 62 Page 27)
William, 3. born Longburton, Dorset, was with his parents William, 44. Agricultural Labourer born Longburton, Dorset. and Jane, 37. born Longburton, Dorset., were residing in Longburton, Dorset. With them were his brothers George, 18. Agricultural Labourer born Longburton, Dorset, John, 15. Agricultural Labourer born Longburton, Dorset, Sydney, 8. born Longburton, Dorset, born Longburton, Dorset, and sisters Mary Ann, 10. born Longburton, Dorset, Charlotte, 5. born Longburton, Dorset, Sarah, 1. born Longburton, Dorset, and Lodger Jacob Granger, 26. Thatcher born Longburton, Dorset.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1359 Folio 75 Page 12)
William T., 13. Agricultural Labourer born Longburton, Dorset, was with his grandmother Charlotte, 70. (W) born Hillfields, Dorset, they were residing in Longburton, Dorset. With them was uncle Thomas. 41. Chelsea Pensioner born Longburton, Dorset, sister Emma, 9. Scholar born Longburton, Dorset. 
Short, William Thomas (I88173)
 
117079 William Timbs Wyatt

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 3036 Folio 74 Page 35)
William T. Wyatt, 12. Scholar was with his parents Job, 41. Insurance Canvasser and Elizabeth, 45, and his brother and Arthur O., 2.
They were residing at 157 Gerrard Street, Aston, Birmingham, and everyone was born in Birmingham.

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 2399 Folio 151 Page 43)
William T., 12. Jeweller, was with his parents Job, 51. Brass German Silvrtnr and Elizabeth, 55, and his brother and Arthur O., 14. Errand Boy.
They were residing at 75 Whitmore Street, Birmingham, and everyone was born in Birmingham. 
Wyatt, William Timbs (I60766)
 
117080 William Titt

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1167/16 Folio 6 Page 8)
William, 15. was with his parents Joseph, 55, Stonemason and Ann, 45. and his sisters Jane, 15. Harriot, 12.
They were residing in the Parish of Wily With Depford.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Wiltshire.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1958 Folio 68 Page 6)
William, 47. Farmer born Wylye, Wiltshire was with his wife Mary Ann, 51. born Homington, Wiltshire, and their daughter Mary Ann, 19. born Wylye, Wiltshire. They were residing in Wylye, Wiltshire. 
Titt, William (I65917)
 
117081 William Tom Burt

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1320 Folio 7 Page 7)
Tom, 9. Labourer, was with his parents John, 32. Agricultural Labourer, and Martha, 28. They were residing in Semley, Wiltshire. With them was his brother and sisters Sarah Ann, 8. Scholar, Elizabeth, 6. Scholar, Ann, 4, George, 2. Emily, 2 months.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Semley, Wiltshire.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1962 Folio 29 Page 8)
Tom, 19. Labourer, Labourer, was with his parents John, 42. Agricultural Labourer, and Martha, 40. They were residing in Hatts Lane, Semley, Wiltshire. With them were his brothers George, 12. Agricultural Labourer, Henry, 7, Scholar, John, 3.
and sisters Emily, 10. Scholar, Harriet, 5. Scholar, also visitor Emily Day, 2.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Semley, Wiltshire. 
Burt, William Tom (I67624)
 
117082 William Tom Gulliver

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 94 Page 15)
William Tom, 8, was with his parents Thomas, 33. Agricultural Carter and Martha, 32, and his siblings Mary Ann, 8. Scholar, Charlotte, 6. Annie L., 1
All recorded as having been born and residing in Bower Chalke, Wiltshire. 
Gulliver, William Tom (I60311)
 
117083 William Tom Hull

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2076 Folio 99 Page 23)
William, 1.was with his parents William, 36. Farm Servant and Elizabeth, 31. They were residing in a Cottage in Semley, Wiltshire. With them were his siblings Anne, 12. Scholar, Harry, 10. Scholar, Emily, 7. Scholar, Mary, 3. Scholar,
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Semley, Wiltshire.

From the 1901 Census (RG13 Piece 1960 Folio 75 Page 20)
William 21. Road Worker, born Semley, Wiltshire and his brother Bertie, 17. were with their parents
William, 55. Farm Carter born Semley, Wiltshire, and Elizabeth, 51. born Semley, and grandfather James Hayward, 74. (W) Jobbing Gardener born Semley, Wiltshire, and residing in Sem Hill, Semley, Wiltshire. 
Hull, William Tom (I65863)
 
117084 William Tom Sellwood

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2091 Folio 44 Page 7)
William T., Sellwood, 15. born Pentridge, was with his stepfather Henry, 36. Shepherd born Bishopstone, Wiltshire, and mother Elizabeth, 44. born Pentridge, Dorset. They were residing in Pentridge, with them were his siblings Emily Sellwood, 17. born Pentridge, Frank Wright, 14. born Bishopstone, Frederick Wright, 12. born Pentridge, Clara Sellwood, 11. born Pentridge,
Mary R., Wright, 1. born Pentridge 
Sellwood, William Tom (I61684)
 
117085 William Toogood

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1170/7 Folio 18 Page 3)
William, 17. and his parents Edward, 45. and Sarah, 44. were residing in a Cottage in Semley, Wiltshire. With them were his siblings John, 20. Isaiah, 18. Caroline, 16. Reuben, 10. Elizabeth, 8. Emma, 7. Mary, 4. Edward, 1.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Wiltshire. 
Toogood, William (I65764)
 
117086 William Toogood

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1320 Folio Page 7)
William, 3. born Semley, Wiltshire, and his parents John, 30. Agricultural Labourer born Semley, and Jane, 31. born Donhead St. Mary, Wiltshire, were residing in a cottage in Semley, Wiltshire. With them was his sister Anna, 7. Scholar born Semley, and brother George, 5. Scholar born Semley, 
Toogood, William (I65771)
 
117087 William Toop 1811 - 1871

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 291/1 Folio 3 Page 3)
William, 25. Agricultural Labourer, was with his wife Frances, 25. and their sons George, 7. and Elias, 2. They were residing in Knighton, Beer Hackett, Dorset.
They were all recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From The 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1859 Folio 118 Page 5)
William, 40. Agricultural Labourer born Thornford, Dorset, was with his wife Frances, 35. born Beer Hackett, Dorset. They were residing in Knighton, Beer Hackett, Dorset. With them were their sons George, 16. Agricultural Labourer born Yetminster, Dorset, Alp, 14. Agricultural Labourer born Yetminster, Dorset, Elias, 10. Agricultural Labourer born Yetminster, Dorset,
Daniel, 4. born Knighton, Beer Hackett, Dorset, Luke, 8 months, born Knighton, Beer Hackett, Dorset, and his brother Emanuel, 28. Agricultural Labourer born Beer Hackett, Dorset.


From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1359 Folio 57 Page 22)
William, 50. Agricultural Labourer born Thornford, Dorset, was with his wife Frances, 43. born Beer Hackett, Dorset. They were residing in Knighton, Beer Hackett, Dorset. With them were their son
David ?, 16. Agricultural Labourer born Beer Hackett, Dorset
and his brother Emanuel, 38. Agricultural Labourer born Beer Hackett, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 2017 Folio Page)
William, 51. Farm Labourer born Beer Hackett, Dorset, was with his wife Frances, 53. born Yetminster, Dorset. They were residing in Knighton, Beer Hackett, Dorset. With them was his brother Emanuel, 49. Farm Labourer born Beer Hackett, Dorset. 
Toop, William (I85362)
 
117088 William Trevett

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2109 Folio 10 Page 12)
William, 25. Agricultural Labourer born Portisham, Dorset. was with his wife Martha, 26. born Shipton Gorge, Dorset. They were residing in East Beckingham, Abbotsbury, Dorset. With them were their children Lucy, 7. Scholar born Puncknowle. Dorset, William, 5. Scholar born Puncknowle. Dorset, John, 3. born Puncknowle. Dorset, Alice, 2. born Abbotsbury, Dorset, Richard, 4 months born Abbotsbury, Dorset. 
Trevett, William (I93414)
 
117089 William Trevett

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2109 Folio 10 Page 12)
William, 5. Scholar born Puncknowle. Dorset, was with his parents William, 25. Agricultural Labourer born Portisham, Dorset. and Martha, 26. born Shipton Gorge, Dorset. With them were his siblings Lucy, 7. Scholar born Puncknowle. Dorset, John, 3. born Puncknowle. Dorset, Alice, 2. born Abbotsbury, Dorset, Richard, 4 months born Abbotsbury, Dorset. 
Trevett, William (I93416)
 
117090 William Tryhorn

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1174/1 Folio 21 Page 3)
William, 1. was with his parents William, 30. Agricultural Labourer, and Sophia, 30. (sic) at Falston, Bishopstone, Wiltshire. With them were siblings Elizabeth, 9. Henry, 5.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Wiltshire.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 48 Page 19)
William, 31. Agricultural Labourer born Bishopstone was with his parents William, 61. Agricultural Labourer (Shepherd) from Britford, Wiltshire, and Sophia, 61. (sic) born Bishopstone, Wiltshire, at Field Barn Cottages, Bower Chalke, with them was his brother John, 23, born Bishopstone, Agricultural Labourer (Shepherd)

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 124 Page 29)
William, 40. Shepherd, born Bishopstone, Wiltshire and his wife Caroline, 33. born Broad Chalke, Wiltshire, were residing with their children at Stoke, Broad Chalk, Charles, 8. Scholar born Broad Chalk, Wiltshire, Mary A., 6. Scholar, born Isle of White, Hampshire, Henry J., 4. Scholar, born Isle of White, Hampshire, George, 3. born Isle of White, Hampshire, James, 1. born Broad Chalke, Wiltshire, 
Tryhorn, William (I60630)
 
117091 William Tryhorn

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1174/1 Folio 21 Page 3)
William, 30. Agricultural Labourer, was with his wife Sapperia, 30. (sic) at Falston, Bishopstone, Wiltshire. With them were their children Elizabeth, 9. Henry, 5. William, 1.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Wiltshire.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 48 Page 19)
William, 61. Agricultural Labourer (Shepherd) from Britford, Wiltshire, was with his wife Sophia, 61. (sic) born Bishopstone, Wiltshire, at Field Barn Cottages, Bower Chalke, with them were their sons William, 31. Agricultural Labourer born Bishopstone and John, 23, born Bishopstone, Agricultural Labourer (Shepherd)

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 78 Page 16)
William, 78. (W) Agricultural Labourer from Britford, Wiltshire and his son John, 30. Agricultural Labourer from Britford,
were residing at Pitts, Bower Chalke, Wiltshire. 
Tryhorn, William (I60640)
 
117092 William Tryhorn

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2073 Folio 29 Page 20)
William, 9. born Maddington, Wiltshire. was with his parents Henry, 44. Agricultural Labourer born Bishopstone, Wiltshire. and Ellen, 40. born Winterborne, Wiltshire, They were residing in Fuddlestone St. Peter, Wiltshire. With them were his siblings
Sidney, 17. Agricultural Labourer born Laverstock, Wiltshire. Herbert, 15. born Laverstock, Wiltshire. Edwin, 11. Scholar born Langford, Wiltshire. Clara, 5. born Donhead, Wiltshire. Dick, 2. born Bishops Down, Wiltshire. 
Tryhorn, William (I60652)
 
117093 William Tubb

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 277 Folio 4 Page 2)
William, 5. and his parents James, 41. Agricultural Labourer and Mary, 41. were residing at Wood House, Studland, Dorset. With them were his sisters Sarah., 13. Mary Ann, 10. and brothers Mark, 8. George, 1.
Everyone was recorded as having been born on Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1816 Folio 20 Page 13)
William, 15. Agricultural Labourer born Studland, Dorset, was with his parents James, 51. Agricultural Labourer born Studland, Dorset, and his wife Mary, 50. born Corfe Castle, Dorset,were residing in Studland, Dorset. With them were his brothers
Mark, 18. Agricultural Labourer born Studland, Dorset, Gorge, 11. Agricultural Labourer born Studland, Dorset, and his grandfather William, 86. Pauper Fisherman, born Studland, Dorset. 
Tubb, William (I84076)
 
117094 William Turner

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 14 Page 19)
William, 3. born in Fovant, Wiltshire, was with his parents Henry, 41. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, and Emily, 39. born Broad Chalke, Wiltshire, They were residing in Fovant, Wiltshire. With them were his siblings who were also born in Fovant, Wiltshire. Elizabeth, 17. Morgan, 15. Agricultural Labourer, Sidney, 12. Emma, 11. Scholar, Kate, 9. Scholar, Henry, 7. Scholar, Alice M., 5. Scholar, Annie, 1.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 66 Page 22)
William, 13. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, was with his parents Henry, 50. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, and Emily, 50. born Broad Chalke, Wiltshire, They were residing at Under Down, Fovant, Wiltshire. With them were his brother Henry, 17. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, and sisters Alice M., 15. born Fovant, Wiltshire, Annie, 11. Scholar born Fovant, Wiltshire, Ellen, 9. Scholar born Fovant, Wiltshire,

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 1623 Folio Page)
William, 23. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, was with his parents Henry, 61. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, and Emily, 60. born Broad Chalke, Wiltshire, They were residing at Under Down, Fovant, Wiltshire. With them was his brother Henry, 17. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, and a Herbert Turner 1. recorded as a son. 
Turner, William (I66555)
 
117095 William Turner 1808 - 1886

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1169/8 Folio 19 Page 7)
William, 32. Agricultural Labourer and his wife Mary, 31. were residing in Fovant, Wiltshire. With them were their children
Henry, 12. Elizabeth, 9. James, 7. Aaron, 5. Thomas, 3. Fanny, 1. Also residing with them was John Jarvis, 35. Agricultural Labourer.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Wiltshire.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1848 Folio 225 Page 28)
William, 42. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire and his wife Mary, 41. born Chilmark, Wiltshire born Fovant, Wiltshire were residing in Fovant, Wiltshire. With them were their children Henry, 21. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, James, 17. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, Aaron, 15. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire,
Thomas, 13. Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, Fanny, 10. Scholar born Fovant, Wiltshire, George, 8. Scholar born Fovant, Wiltshire, Charles, 6. Scholar born Fovant, Wiltshire, Christopher 4. born Fovant, Wiltshire, John, 2. born Fovant, Wiltshire.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 13 Page 17)
William, 63. (W) Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire was with his daughter Sarah, 19. born Fovant, Wiltshire They were residing in Fovant, Wiltshire.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 59 Page 7)
William, 72. (W) Agricultural Labourer born Fovant, Wiltshire, was living on his own in Dinton Road, Fovant, Wiltshire. 
Turner, William (I66533)
 
117096 William Vincent

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 23 Page 5)
William, 29. Agricultural Shepherd from Netherhampton, Wiltshire was with his wife Lydia, 29. born Bishopstone, Wiltshire at Throop Cottage, Bishopstone. With them were their children Emma, 7. Scholar. Elizabeth, A. 5. Charles T, 1. Sara E. 3 months,
The children were all born in Bishopstone, Wiltshire.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 2075 Piece 75 Page 10)
William, 39. Shepherd from Netherhampton, Wiltshire was with his wife Lydia, 39. born Bishopstone, Wiltshire at Throop Bishopstone. With them were their children Sarah , 13. Assistant at home,. Charles, 11. Scholar. Augusta, 9. Scholar, Gertrude, 7. Scholar, Alice, 5. Scholar, Annie, 3. Scholar, Sidney, 4 Months
The children were all born in Bishopstone, Wiltshire. 
Vincent, William (I58590)
 
117097 William Vivian like his brother Edward was born blind. They were both Wesleyan Local Preachers and were mentioned in The Bible Christian magazine 1852. The missionary Meeting at Tuckingmill commenced at 7 o
clock, when brother William Vivian and his brother, Wesleyan local Preachers, (and who with a sister were all born blind) were invited to the platform. The former was voted to the chair, and after delivering his opening speech, the bretheren were called upon to address the meeting.

In 1851 William is living with his first cousin Francis Vivian.
On the 1851 Census for Camborne H0107/1916 Folio 274 Page 40
141 Tolgarrack
Francis Vivian head M 52 Agent Iron Foundry b. Camborne
Catherine Vivian wife 57 b. Perran, Cornwall
Elizabeth Vivian dau U 26 Draper b. Camborne
W.H.Vivian son U 19 Draper b. Camborne
Harriet Vivian visitor, niece 15 b. Camborne
W. Vivian visitor U 52 Annuitant b. S. Wales Blind.

On the 1861 Census for Tuckingmill RG9/1584
Tolgarrack, Mount Airy ? House,
Francis Vivian 62 Iron Foundry Agent
Catherine Vivian wife 67
Elizabeth Vivian dau. 36 Drapers Assistant
William H. Vivian son 29
Emma Vivian dau-in-law 24
William Vivian boarder u. 62 Gentleman b. Glam. Wales, Neath Abbey. Blind from birth.

On the 1871 Census for Tuckingmill
Wesley Street,
Francis Vivian 72 Agent b. Camborne
Catherine Vivian 77 wife b. Camborne
Wm. Vivian 72 cousin b. Wales, blind
Harriet Vivian 37 niece b. Camborne 
Vivian, William (I45588)
 
117098 William Vivian married Ann John 28th Dec 1658 at Camborne.
They had six children;
Andrew Vivian bap 13th Jan 1659 Camborne
George Vivian bap 25th March 1661 Camborne
William Vivian bap 30th March 1662 Camborne
Avis Vivian bap 6th Aug 1665 Camborne
Elinor Vivian bap 4th July 1669 Camborne
Christopher Vivian 30th June 1672 Camborne. 
Vivian, William (I45362)
 
117099 William Wagg

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1174/1 Folio 12 Page 17)
William, 40. Carrier and his wife Sophia, 40. were residing in Bishopstone, Wiltshire, They were both recorded as having been born in Wiltshire. 
Wagg, William (I58715)
 
117100 William Wagg

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2067 Folio 125 Page 19)
William C. 2. born Coombe Bissett, was with his parents George, 48, Agricultural Labourer born Bishopstone, Wiltshire, and Emily, 39. born Stratford Toney, Wiltshire, with them were his brothers Henry G., 15. Agricultural Labourer born West Willow, Hampshire,John S., 10. Scholar born Bishopstone, Edwin, 9. Scholar born Bishopstone, and sisters
Emily F., 12. Scholar born Bishopstone, Bessie, 6. Scholar born Bishopstone, Emma M., 5. born Coombe Bissett, Edith H. 6 months,
They were residing in Coombe Bissett, Wiltshire. 
Wagg, William Charles (I60885)
 
117101 William Wallis

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece Folio 5 Page 3)
William, 10. and his parents Robert, 35. Agricultural Labourer and Margaret, 40. were residing in Owermoigne, Dorset. With them were his siblings Henry, 15. Harriet, 10. Richard, 5. Susan, 5. Elizabeth, 2.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece Folio 14 Page 21)
William, 21. Agricultural Labourer born Owermoigne, Dorset, was with his parents Robert, 56. Agricultural Labourer born Owermoigne, Dorset, and Margetta, 51. born Owermoigne, Dorset. they were residing in Owermoigne, Dorset. With them was his sisters Harriet, 23. born Owermoigne, Dorset, Susan Sarah 17. Agricultural Labourer born Owermoigne, Dorset, Jane, 10. Scholar born Owermoigne, Dorset, Eliza, 8. Scholar born Owermoigne, Dorset, Ellen Jane, 3. born Owermoigne, Dorset.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1348 Folio 104 Page 9)
William, 30. Agricultural Labourer born Owermoigne, Dorset, was a lodger with
at his home in Owermoigne, Dorset.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2013 Folio 120 Page 3)
William, 51. Agricultural Labourer born Owermoigne, Dorset, was with his wife Caroline, 38. born Dewlish, Dorset, they
were residing in Owermoigne, Dorset. With him were their children William S. Brown, 11. born Owermoigne, Dorset, Sarah A., 9. Scholar born Owermoigne, Dorset, Frank, 8. Scholar born Owermoigne, Dorset, Mary, 6. Scholar born Owermoigne, Dorset.

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 1645 Folio 113 Page 9)
William, 60. Agricultural Labourer born Owermoigne, Dorset, and his wife Caroline, 46. born Dewlish, Dorset, were residing in Owermoigne, Dorset. With them were their children
Frank, 16 .Agricultural Labourer born Owermoigne, Dorset,
Robert, 13. Dairy Boy born Owermoigne, Dorset,
Reginald, 9. born Owermoigne, Dorset,
Alice, 6. born Owermoigne, Dorset. 
Wallis, William (I86369)
 
117102 William Walter Candy

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 1627 Folio Page)
William W., 6. Scholar born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, was with his parents Alfred, 42. Agricultural Labourer born Sedgehill, and Elizabeth 46. born Semley, Wiltshire, They were residing at No .3 Woodhouse, Sedgehill, Wiltshire, With them were his brothers Sidney A., 17. Agricultural Labourer born Sedgehill, Henry, 13. Agricultural Labourer born Sedgehill, George, 10. Scholar born Sedgehill, and sister Alice L., born Sedgehill, 
Candy, William Walter (I65490)
 
117103 William Walter Carter

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2104 Folio 25 Page 2)
William W. 3. born Weymouth, Dorset, was with his parents William, 30. Police Constable, born Langton Herring, Dorset and Emily, 30. born Langton Herring, Dorset. They were residing at 3 Rodwell Street, Weymouth, Dorset. With them were his sisters Flora, 6. Scholar born Weymouth, Dorset, Agnes, 5. Scholar born Weymouth, Dorset. 
Carter, William Walter (I77805)
 
117104 William Walter Melmoth

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1330 Folio 100 Page 11)
William W., 2, born Shillingstone, Dorset, was with his parents William, 38, Carpenter born Shillingstone, Dorset, and Charity, 42, born Kingsbridge, Devon. They were residing in Shillingstone, Dorset. With them were his sisters Elizabeth J., 9, Scholar born Shillingstone, Dorset, Agnes, 7, Scholar born Shillingstone, Dorset, Mary L., 5, Scholar born Shillingstone, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1975 Folio 168 Page 14)
William, 12, Scholar born Shillingstone, Dorset, was with his parents William, 48, Carpenter born Shillingstone, Dorset, and Charity, 53, born Kingsbridge, Devon. They were residing in Shillingstone, Dorset. With them was his sister Mary, 15, Apprentice born Shillingstone, Dorset.



 
Melmoth, William Walter (I112036)
 
117105 William Walter Perrett

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1966 Folio Page)
William 7 months Scholar born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, was with his parents Joseph, 40. Farmer of 140 Acres, born Margaret Marsh, Dorset, and Frances, 37. born Semley, Wiltshire, They were residing at Blackhouse Farm, Sedgehill, Wiltshire. With them were his siblings Frank, 12. Scholar born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, Emily J., 10. Scholar born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, Mary, 8. Scholar born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, Albert, 7. Scholar born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, Bertie, 4. Scholar born Sedgehill, Wiltshire,
Kate, 3. Scholar born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, and Domestic Servant Ellen Sandall, 13. from Hindon, Wiltshire.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2084 Folio 30 Page 2)
William Walter, 10. Scholar born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, was with his parents Joseph, 50. Farmer of 140 Acres, born Margaret Marsh, Dorset, and Frances, 47. born Semley, Wiltshire, were at Highgrove Farm, East Stour, Dorset. With them were his siblings Frank, 22. born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, Emily Jane, 20. born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, Mary, 18. born Sedgehill, Wiltshire,
Albert Joseph, 17. born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, Bertie Edwin, 14. born Sedgehill, Wiltshire, Kate, 13. Scholar born Sedgehill, Wiltshire. 
Perrett, William Walter (I73784)
 
117106 William Warland

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 287 Folio 6 Page 5)
William, 11. was with his parents William, 44. Carpenter and Mary, 40. they were residing in Lambs Green, Corfe Mullen, Dorset. With them were his siblings Louisa, 8. Jane, 5. John, 3.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 608 Folio 7)
William 21. Agricultural Labourer born Corfe Mullen, Dorset, was with his father William, 54. (W) Carpenter born Corfe Mullen, Dorset, they was residing in Lambs Green, Corfe Mullen, Dorset. With them were his brothers John, 12. Milk Boy born Corfe Mullen, Dorset, James, 5. Scholar born Corfe Mullen, Dorset, and sisters Louisa, 19. Dressmaker born Corfe Mullen, Dorset, Jean, 14. Domestic Servant born Corfe Mullen, Dorset, Anna, 9. Scholar born Corfe Mullen, Dorset,
Warland, William (I107974)
 
117107 William Warland 1796 - 1870

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 287 Folio 6 Page 5)
William, 44. Carpenter and his wife Mary, 40. were residing in Lambs Green, Corfe Mullen, Dorset. With them were their children William, 11. Louisa, 8. Jane, 5. John, 3.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 608 Folio 7)
William, 54. (W) Carpenter born Corfe Mullen, Dorset, was residing in Lambs Green, Corfe Mullen, Dorset. With him were his children William 21. Agricultural Labourer born Corfe Mullen, Dorset, Louisa, 19. Dressmaker born Corfe Mullen, Dorset, Jean, 14. Domestic Servant born Corfe Mullen, Dorset, John, 12. Milk Boy born Corfe Mullen, Dorset,
Anna, 9. Scholar born Corfe Mullen, Dorset, James, 5. Scholar born Corfe Mullen, Dorset.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1337 Folio 20 Page 1)
William, 64. Carpenter born Corfe Mullen, Dorset, was with his wife Jane, 43. born Hampreston, Dorset. They were residing in South Common, Wimborne. With them was son Thomas 1. born Wimborne, Dorset.and step son George Measher, 10, Scholar born Hampreston, Dorset. 
Warland, William (I107818)
 
117108 William Warr

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 283/8 Folio 9 Page 12)
William, 9. was with his parents William, 35. Agricultural Labourer and Diana, 30. and his siblings Elizabeth, 14. Susanna, 13.
Jane, 11. Priscella, 6. Joseph, 4. Robert, 1. They were residing in Pulham, Dorset.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1858 Folio 850 Page 5)
William, 17. Farm Servant born Pulham, Dorset, was with his parents William, 47. Gardener born Pulham, Dorset, and Diana, 40. born Hazelbury, Dorset, They were residing in Pulham, Dorset. With them were his brothers Joseph, 14. born Pulham, Dorset, Robert, 11. born Pulham, Dorset, Henry, 9. born Pulham, Dorset, Edmund, 4. born Pulham, Dorset, and sisters
Jane, 19. Glover born Pulham, Dorset, Priscella, 22. Glover born Pulham, Dorset, Annabella, 9. Scholar born Pulham, Dorset. 
Warr, William (I76447)
 
117109 William Warr 1794 - 1872

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 283/8 Folio 9 Page 12)
William, 35. Agricultural Labourer was with his wife Diana, 30. and their children Elizabeth, 14. Susanna, 13. Jane, 11.
William, 9. Priscella, 6. Joseph, 4. Robert, 1. They were residing in Pulham, Dorset.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1858 Folio 850 Page 5)
William, 47. Gardener born Pulham, Dorset. was with his wife Diana, 40. born Hazelbury, Dorset, They were residing in Pulham, Dorset. With them were their children Jane, 19. Glover born Pulham, Dorset, William, 17. Farm Servant born Pulham, Dorset, Priscella, 22. Glover born Pulham, Dorset, Joseph, 14. born Pulham, Dorset, Robert, 11. born Pulham, Dorset,
Henry, 9. born Pulham, Dorset, Annabella, 9. Scholar born Pulham, Dorset, Edmund, 4. born Pulham, Dorset.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1358 Folio 72 Page 20)
William, 67. Gardener born Pulham, Dorset. was with his wife Diana, 56. born Hazelbury, Dorset, They were residing in Pulham, Dorset. With them were their children Jane, 28. Glover born Pulham, Dorset, Robert, 20. Agricultural Labourer born Pulham, Dorset, Annabella, 15. Glover born Pulham, Dorset, Edmund, 13. Agricultural Labourer born Pulham, Dorset,
and grandson Frederick Arthur, 3. born Pulham, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 2016 Folio 102 Page 9)
William, 74. Agricultural Labourer born Pulham, Dorset. was with his wife Diana, 65. born Hazelbury, Dorset, They were residing in Pulham, Dorset. With them were their children Jane, 37. Glover born Pulham, Dorset, Annabella, 25. Glover born Pulham, Dorset, grandson Frederick, 13. Agricultural Labourer born Pulham, Dorset, St. Thomas Beckett, Pulham, Dorset, England, granddaughter Mary 7, Scholar born Sherborne, Dorset. 
Warr, William (I76442)
 
117110 William Warren

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 292 Folio 11 Page 15)
William, 14. was with his father Charles, 35. (W) Agricultural Labourer they were residing in Yetminster, Dorset. With them was his brother Charles, 10.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1853 Folio 93 Page 6)
William, 24. Farm Labourer born Yetminster, Dorset, was with his parents Charles, 46. Farm Labourer born Yetminster, Dorset, and Sophia 46. born Yetminster, Dorset. They were residing in Yetminster, Dorset. With them were his brothers
Charles, 21. Farm Labourer born Yetminster, Dorset, James, 1. born Yetminster, Dorset, and sister Angelina, 8. born Yetminster, Dorset.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1359 Folio 9 Page 11)
William, 34. Labourer born Yetminster, Dorset, was with his wife Jane. 32. born Kingcombe, Dorset. They were residing in Yetminster, Dorset. With them were their daughters Elizabeth, 10. Scholar born Yetminster, Dorset, Mary Ann, 6. Scholar Yetminster, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 2017 Folio 37 Page 2)
William, 44. Labourer born Yetminster, Dorset, was with his wife Jane. 42. Glover born Kingcombe, Dorset. They were residing in Yetminster, Dorset. With them was their daughter Mary A., 17. Glover born Yetminster, Dorset, and granddaughter Annie Matthews, 0. born Yetminster, Dorset.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2116 Folio 24 Page 13)
William, 54. Agricultural Labourer born Yetminster, Dorset, was with his wife Jane. 52. Glover born Kingcombe, Dorset. They were residing in Chetnole, Dorset. With them was grand daughter Eliza Coombs. 8. Scholar, born Yetminster, Dorset, 
Warren, William (I98475)
 
117111 William was a farmer, by 1901 he had his own farm, Brookwood, at Headcorn in Kent. Son Walter followed him into farming.

Two of his sons - Sidney and Lewis - became butchers.

Their youngest son, Herbert, died of wounds in October 1917, in Etaples, France. He was a Lance Corporal in the Royal West Kent Regiment. 
Cutbush, William (I40172)
 
117112 William was Ethel's firstborn. It is believed he is William Albert's son but he was brought up by his grandparents and they kept the Smith surname.

Name: SMITH William; Record Type: Deaths; Quarter: March; Year: 1977; District: Salisbury; County: Wiltshire; Volume: 23; Page: 2165; Date of birth: 04 March 1914. 
Smith, William (I138)
 
117113 William was sponsered as a pauper child at St Nicholas School. He is found mentioned in the book:
The schools of St Nicholas at Wade 1640-1957. pg 28.
Christmas 1821-Boys on the foundation.
He would have been 11 years old at the time and from records we know that he died aged 14. 
Johncock, William (I90154)
 
117114 William was still living at home with his father in Tregony at the 1841 census.

1851: Living at 9 Arbour Square, Stepney. William is a Tailor Master.

1861 Tailor employing four men; living at 4 Sykes Terrace, Stepney. There is a servant called Mary Maner, born Wapping and aged 26, living with the family.

1871: Living on the Mile End Road. Daughter Eleanor Glover plus her two children are staying with the family. there is a servant called Margaret Rafferty aged 40 (b 1831) born in Ireland, living with the family also.

Living at 54 Mile end road 1881: employing six men and one woman

Living at 51 and 52 Mile end road in 1891

Informant of death: EH Winter, grandson, of 36 Elmsdale Road, Walthamstowe

Cause of death: senile decay 
Hawkey, William Edward (I70441)
 
117115 William was the third son of William and Alice Judd.

Churchwarden in 1628 and 1630. His will was proved on 8 November 1636 and Elizabeth’s was proved on 2 May 1641.
William and Elizabeth had other children, but their only surviving child was George (source Steve Barber) 
Judde, William (I72530)
 
117116 William Wates present at his death. Buried at St. Georges Ch.1819 he married Mary Elizabeth Annie Dennis (1.11.1800 Sheerness - 19.8.1872 R. Gravesend (72). Her father Thomas Dennis formerly of Blenden, Bexley, Kent. Buried at St. Georges Church) at Highfield Church, Ifield, Kent. 11 Chn. who all reached maturity, which speaks well for their parents. The Family Bible lists the many places where the children were christened, so they did not have a settled life, he may have been improving his position. Her father Thomas Dennis d. 27.1.1824 leaving his wife Sarah a life interest in his property, then it was to go to his daughter Mary. He owned a lease of the Public House, Prince of Saxe Coburg, 886 Old Kent Road, which had good stabling, kitchen and flower gardens, a bowling green and other amenities, so was considered a valuable property.

Mrs. Sarah Dennis 2nd marriage was to Leonard Hooper of Deptford, Labourer, so apparently let her daughter and son-in-law have the public house in 1839. John borrowed money to equip the Inn, taking a legal bond out on 7.5.1839 "the second year of Victoria", to borrow £250 from Mrs. or Miss, Aunt Ann Gibbs, who was probably an elderly resident at the Inn and possibly a relative; also £800 on Mary's Life Insurance for £1,200 - he probably borrowed money from Mary Coute, who may have been a relative. But the business was soon in difficulties. On 21.3.1842 John was made a bankrupt at Garraway's Coffee House, Change Alley, Cornhill - it was said "John smashed through the Bank, going crash". Reference was made in court to John and Mary Elizabeth and their 8 children (the two oldest may have left home before that date), the youngest was born at Washington Place, Peckham on 9.11.1842, so they had already left the Inn and John was a barman, not a licenced victular. As the lease of the Inn only had 31 years to run, it was not easy to sell, and was finally sold on 21.3.1852. The family established themselves at The Roebuck Tavern, 7 Queen St.9 Gravesend before 1861, John describing himself as Victualer "Tap", at Thomas' wedding as "gentleman" and on Aunt Gibbs bond, as Yeoman.

On 25.11.1858 a case was heard in the Chancery Court, for Mary Elizabeth Wates brought by Thomas Wates "her next friend", Plaintiff v. John Wates and another. John did not appear. It was said that "Mary had a good case, but she dropped it".

After John d. 17.10.1868 Mary moved to 41 Wrotham Road, Gravesend where she d.18.8.1872 (72). A Miss Wates still lived there in 1882. Her Life Insurance went to Thomas Bruin, John's creditor, Vintner, wine and spirit merchant, and her son William's father-in-law. Thomas Bruin, Jan. was apprenticed to William Wates, Builder at Gravesend on 13.6.1866, so the families seem to have continued on good terms, in spite of financial and legal strains.

It is probable that several members of this family emigrated, as several Wates Registrations have not been traced.

The following information is mainly from public records, so relationships etc. may be inaccurate. 
Wates, John (I26779)
 
117117 William Watts

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1365 Folio Page)
William, 4. born Toller Porcorum, Dorset, was with his grand parents William Legg, 48. Farm Labourer born Mapperton, Dorset, and Eliza Legg, 47. born Mapperton, Dorset, They were residing in Mapperton, Dorset. With them was uncle
Richard, 12. Plough Boy, born Coltley, Dorset, and aunts Mary, 9. Scholar born Coltley, Dorset, Sarah, 2. born Coltley, Dorset. 
Watts, William (I88009)
 
117118 William Way

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 2027 Folio 32 Page 5)
William, 7. Scholar born Beaminster, Dorset, and his mother Mary Ann 30. (W) born Stoke Abbot, Dorset, were residing at the George Inn, Stoke Abbot, Dorset. With them was his sister Elizabeth, 2. born Bothenhampton, Dorset.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2122 Folio 39 Page 16)
William Way, 15 Scholar born Beaminster, Dorset, was with his parents Joseph Meech, 51. Gardener, born Shipton, Dorset, and his mother Ann, 42. born Beaminster, Dorset. They were residing in Church Lane, Bothenhampton, Dorset. With them were his siblings Mariana, 29. General Servant born Bothenhampton, Dorset, Frederick, 26. Gardener born Bothenhampton, Dorset, Mary Jane, 22. General Servant born Bothenhampton, Dorset, Alfred, 15. Agricultural Labourer born Bothenhampton, Dorset, Josiah, 13. Agricultural Labourer born Bothenhampton, Dorset, Flora Tucker, 13. Scholar born Beaminster, Dorset, Francis, 7. Scholar born Beaminster, Dorset, Annie, 3. Scholar born Beaminster, Dorset,
Charlie, 1. born Beaminster, Dorset. 
Way, William (I93673)
 
117119 William Webb

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 1222 Folio 127 Page 31)
William, 36. Drayman & Beerhouse Keeper from Broad Chalke, Wiltshire was with his wife Mary A., 37. born Bower Chalke, and their children William J., 10 Scholar born Southampton, Hampshire. George, 6. Scholar born Southampton, Hampshire. Elizabeth, 4. Scholar born Freemantle, Hampshire. Emily, 2, born Freemantle, Hampshire.
They were residing at the Waterloo Arms, Waterloo Road, Millbrook, Hampshire.
Visiting them was niece Emily Targett, 17. born Kent. 
Webb, William (I57887)
 
117120 William Weeks

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1170/4 Folio 12 Page 17)
William, 20. was with his parents George, 40. Agricultural Labourer and Ann, 35. they were residing in South Street, Broad Chalke, Wiltshire. With them were his siblings Maria, 15. Charlotte, 12, Thomas, 6. Charles, 3. Nancey, 1. Emily Gasper, 12.
They were all recorded as having been born in Wiltshire. 
Weeks, William (I57963)
 
117121 William Weeks

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1850 Folio Page 27)
William, 3. Scholar born East Knoyle, Wiltshire, was with his parents Edwin, 34. Draper and Grocer born Cleverton, Wiltshire, and Keturah, 33, born East Knoyle, Wiltshire. They were residing in Hindon Road, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were his sisters Mary, 8. Scholar born Warminster, Wiltshire, Keturah, 7. Scholar born Warminster, Wiltshire, and brothers Edwin J., 5. Scholar born Warminster, Wiltshire, Alfred, 1. born East Knoyle, Wiltshire.
Also at this address were Joseph Mill Cook, Apprentice Grocer from Latton, Wiltshire, and Mary J., Elliott, 17. House Servant from East Knoyle, Wiltshire.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1276 Folio 68 Page 6)
William, 14. born East Knoyle, Wiltshire, was residing with his uncle William Weeks, 61. from South Gerney, Farmer of 136 Acres, uncle John Weeks, 52. from Cleverton, Wiltshire, aunt Mary Weeks, 57. from Cleverton, Wiltshire, and cousin Jane Weeks, 34. from Cleverton, Wiltshire. They were residing in Cleverton Street, Malmsbury, Wiltshire.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2025 Folio 69 Page 16)
William, 34. Farmer of 150 Acres born East Knoyle, Wiltshire, was with his wife Elizabeth, 35. born Preston, Gloucestershire, and their children Keturah, 7. Scholar born Cleverton, Wiltshire, Mable, 5. born Cleverton, Wiltshire, Florence, 4. born Cleverton, Wiltshire, William C., 2. born Cleverton, Wiltshire, Governess Louise Whitehouse, 25. from Hadfordwold, Wiltshire. and Mark Mann, 15. Agricultural Labourer from Malmsbury, Wiltshire. They were residing at 97 Cleverton, Cleverton, Wiltshire. 
Weeks, William (I73855)
 
117122 William Weeks

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960- Folio 76 Page 26)
William, 52. Agricultural Labourer Shepherd was with his wife Lydia, 31. and their sons Jessie, 20. Agricultural Labourer,
George, 11. Scholar, Frank, 4. Harry, 1.
They were all born in Broad Chalk and residing in North Street, Broad Chalke, Wiltshire.
Also with them was niece Eliza Weeks, 22. born Wilton and Jane Gurd, 6. Scholar.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 115 Page 12)
William, 62. Shepherd was with his wife Lydia, 42. they were residing in North Street, Broad Chalke, Wiltshire, with them were
their children Frank, 14. Agricultural Labourer, Harry, 11. Scholar, Frederick, 9. Scholar, Louisa, 7. Scholar, Edwin, 7. Scholar, Herbert, 2. and Jane Gurd, 17.
Everyone was born in Broad Chalke, Wiltshire. 
Weeks, William (I56030)
 
117123 William Weeks

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 120 Page 22)
William, 9. Scholar, was with his parents Charles, 34. Shepherd and Elizabeth, 32. they were residing at Marsh, Broad Chalke, Wiltshire, with them were his siblings Charles, 10. Scholar, Catherine, 7. Scholar, Alfred, 5. Scholar, Herbert, 3. Scholar,
Emily, 1.
Everyone was born in Broad Chalke, Wiltshire. 
Weeks, William (I56139)
 
117124 William Wells Loveless

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 293 Folio 11 Page 11)
William, 11. was with his parents William, 45. Cooper and Jane, 35. they were residing in Yetminster, Dorset. With them were his brothers Edward, 10. George, 6. Jonathan 3. and sister Sarah, 7.
Father and the children were recorded as having been born in Dorset, Mother in Somerset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1853 Folio 102 Page 24)
William, 21. Cooper born Yetminster, Dorset, was with his parents William, 50. Cooper born Yetminster, Dorset, and Jane, 42. born Yeovil, Somerset, were residing in Yetminster, Dorset. With them were his brothers Edward, 20. Cooper born Yetminster, Dorset, George, 14. Scholar born Yetminster, Dorset, Jonathan 12. Scholar born Yetminster, Dorset, and sister Sarah, 17. born Yetminster, Dorset, 
Loveless, William Wells (I111706)
 
117125 William White

From the 1841 Census (Ho107 Piece 280 Folio 4 Page 2)
William, 5. was with his parents Robert, 35. Agricultural Labourer and Charlotte, 35. They were residing in Askerswell, Dorset. With them were his siblings John, 14. George, 12. Harriet, 10. Jane, 8. Female Child, 4. Sarah, 1.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1861 Folio 41 Page 2)
William, 16. Agricultural Labourer born Askerswell, Dorset, was with his parents Robert, 49. Agricultural Labourer born Askerswell, Dorset, and Charlotte. 48. born Loders, Dorset. They were residing in Spiewway, Askerswell, Dorset. With them was his sister Jane, 18. born Askerswell, Dorset, and brothers George, 22. Agricultural Labourer born Askesrwell, Dorset, Jack, 14. Agricultural Labourer born Askerswell, Dorset, Thomas, 10. born Askerswell, Dorset, Francis, 8. born Askerswell, Dorset. 
White, William (I75470)
 
117126 William White

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 281 Folio 13 Page 18)
William, 9. was with his parents William, 45. Agricultural Labourer and Anne, 35. They were residing in Frampton, Dorset. With them were his siblings John, 15. Agricultural Labourer, Ann, 12. Agricultural Labourer, Elizabeth, 7. Mary, 2.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1858 Folio 482 Page 5)
William, 19. Farm Labourer born Frampton, Dorset, was with his parents William, 59. Gardener born Frampton, Dorset, and Anne, 48. born Godmanstone, Dorset. They were residing in Frampton, Dorset. With them was his brother John, 24. Gardener born Frampton, Dorset, and sisters Anne J., 22. born Frampton, Dorset, Elizabeth, 17. born Frampton, Dorset, William, 19. Farm Labourer born Frampton, Dorset, Mary R, 12. Scholar born Frampton, Dorset, Charlotte, 9. Scholar born Frampton, Dorset.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1356 Folio 65 Page 4)
William, 32 .Agricultural Labourer born Frampton, Dorset, was with his wife Martha, 31. born Litton Cherney, Dorset. They were residing at the Farm House, Grimstone, Stratton, Dorset. With them were their children John, 8. Plough Boy born Grimstone, Dorset, Elizabeth , 6. Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset, George, 4. Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset, Mary A., 2. born Grimstone, Dorset, Charlotte, 9 months born Gaulton, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 2013 Folio 75 Page 9)
William, 39. Agricultural Labourer born Frampton, Dorset, was with his wife Martha, 38. born Litton Cherney, Dorset. They were residing in a Cottage in Frampton, Dorset. With them were their children John, 18. Agricultural Labourer born Grimstone, Dorset, George, 14. Agricultural Labourer born Grimstone, Dorset, Mary A., 12. Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset, Charlotte, 10. Scholar born Gaulton, Dorset, William, 8. Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset, James, 4. Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset, Ellen, 6. born Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset, James, 4. Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset,
Annie, 3. born Grimstone, Dorset, Emily, 1. born Grimstone, Dorset.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2103 Folio 109 Page 16)
William, 49. Agricultural Labourer born Frampton, Dorset, was with his wife Martha, 48. born Litton Cherney, Dorset. They were residing in a Cottage in Osmington, Dorset. With them were their children John, 28. Agricultural Labourer born Grimstone, Dorset, George, 24. Private Dorset Militia born Grimstone, Dorset, Mary A., 22. Domestic Servant born Grimstone, Dorset, William, 18. Carter born Grimstone, Dorset, Ellen, 16. born Domestic Servant born Grimstone, Dorset, James, 15. Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset, Alice, 13. Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset, Emily, 11. Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset, Marcia Maria, 7. Scholar born Upcerne, Dorset. 
White, William (I96484)
 
117127 William White

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 21 Page 2)
William, 34. Agricultural Labourer, was with his wife Ellen, 33. and residing in High Road, Bishopstone, Wiltshire, With them were their children Anna, 12. Scholar, Eliza A., 10. Scholar, Lilian, 7. Henry J., 4. Ralph, 1.
Everyone was born in Bishopstone, Wiltshire.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 77 Page 13)
William, 44. Agricultural Labourer, was with his wife Ellen, 43. and residing in High Road, Bishopstone, Wiltshire, With them were their children Lilian, 17. Henry J., 14. Plough Boy, Ralph, 11. Agricultural Labourer, Ambrose J., 9. Arthur W., 5.
Ernest E., 2.
Everyone was born in Bishopstone, Wiltshire. 
White, William (I60327)
 
117128 William White

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 2013 Folio 75 Page 9)
William, 8. Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset, was with his parents William, 39. Agricultural Labourer born Frampton, Dorset,and Martha, 38. born Litton Cherney, Dorset. They were residing in a Cottage in Frampton, Dorset. With them were his brothers John, 18. Agricultural Labourer born Grimstone, Dorset, George, 14. Agricultural Labourer born Grimstone, Dorset, James, 4. Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset, and sisters Mary A., 12. Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset, Charlotte, 10. Scholar born Gaulton, Dorset, Ellen, 6. born Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset, Annie, 3. born Grimstone, Dorset,
Emily, 1. born Grimstone, Dorset.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2103 Folio 109 Page 16)
William, 18. Carter born Grimstone, Dorset, was with his parents William, 49. Agricultural Labourer born Frampton, Dorset, and Martha, 48. born Litton Cherney, Dorset. They were residing in a Cottage in Osmington, Dorset. With them were his siblings John, 28. Agricultural Labourer born Grimstone, Dorset, George, 24. Private Dorset Militia born Grimstone, Dorset,
Mary A., 22. Domestic Servant born Grimstone, Dorset, Ellen, 16. born Domestic Servant born Grimstone, Dorset,
James, 15. Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset, Alice, 13. Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset, Emily, 11. Scholar born Grimstone, Dorset, Marcia Maria, 7. Scholar born Upcerne, Dorset. 
White, William (I96498)
 
117129 William White 1796 - 1881

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 281 Folio 13 Page 18)
William, 45. Agricultural Labourer was with his wife Anne, 35. They were residing in Frampton, Dorset. With them were their children With them were their children John, 15. Agricultural Labourer, Anne, 12. Agricultural Labourer, William, 9. Elizabeth, 7. Mary, 2.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1858 Folio 482 Page 5)
William, 59. Gardener born Frampton, Dorset was with his wife Anne, 48. born Godmanstone, Dorset .They were residing in Frampton, Dorset. With them were their children John, 24. Gardener born Frampton, Dorset, Anne J. , 22. born Frampton, Dorset, William, 19. Farm Labourer born Frampton, Dorset, Elizabeth, 17. born Frampton, Dorset,
Mary R., 12. Scholar born Frampton, Dorset, Charlotte, 9. Scholar born Frampton, Dorset.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1356 Folio 71 Page 15)
William, 69. Road Labourer born Frampton, Dorset was with his wife Anne, 58. born Godmanstone, Dorset .They were residing in a Cottage in Frampton, Dorset. With them were their daughters Mary R., 22. Needlewoman born Frampton, Dorset, Charlotte,19. Needlewoman born Frampton, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 2013 Folio 72 Page 3)
William, 79. Labourer born Frampton, Dorset was with his wife Anne, 68. Laundress born Godmanstone, Dorset .They were residing in Frampton, Dorset. With them was their daughter Elizabeth Holt, 37. Laundress born Frampton. Dorset,
and grand children Charlotte, A. 11. Scholar born Fordington, Dorset.
George 8. Scholar born Prince Town. Devon. 
White, William (I96480)
 
117130 William Whittle

From the 1871 Census (RG11 Piece 2017 Folio 17 Page 30)
William W., 7. born Yetminster, Dorset, his parents Abel, 32. Miller born Nettlecombe, Dorset, and Elizabeth, 34. born Beer Hacket, Dorset, were residing at the Mill, Yetminster, Dorset. With them were his brother John R. 2. born Yetminster, Dorset, and sister Ann, 10 months born Yetminster, Dorset. And General Domestic Servant A Portington, 18. fro Cerne, Dorset.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2116 Folio 20 Page 31)
William W., 17. born Yetminster, Dorset, was with his parents Abel, 43. Farmer born Godmanstone, Dorset, and Elizabeth, 45. born Beer Hacket, Dorset, and his brothers John R. 12. Scholar born Yetminster, Dorset, Ann, 10, Scholar born Yetminster, Dorset, Able H., 4. Scholar born Yetminster, Dorset, Charles J., born Yetminster, Dorset, and sister Ann, 10, Scholar born Yetminster, Dorset, were residing at Manor Farm, Ryme Intrinseca, Dorset. Also with them was Alice Hounsell, 17. Governess from Plush, Dorset, Uncle Joseph T. Calloway, 58. from Beer Hacket, Dorset, and Ann Gough, 17. Domestic Servant from Toller, Dorset. 
Whittle, William (I85437)
 
117131 William Wigmore 1840 - 1848

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1174/7 Folio 5 Page 2)
William, 1. was with his parents Thomas, 35. Yeoman, and Eliza, 35. at Black House Farm, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were his sisters Rebecca, 4. Emily, 3.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Wiltshire. 
Wigmore, William (I65634)
 
117132 William Williams

From the 1841 Census (HO 107 Piece 1170/4 Folio 20 Page 4)
William, 15. Agricultural Labourer. was with his parents Thomas, 48. Agricultural Labourer and Elizabeth, 48. and his siblings Josiah, 16. Agricultural Labourer. Jane , 10. Lydia, 6. Residing at Knowl, Broad Chalke, Wiltshire.
Everyone was born in Wiltshire.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 71 Page 15)
William, 43, was with his wife Ann, 37. and their daughters Sarah, 15. Mary J., 10. Fanny M., 7.
Everyone was recorded as being born in Wiltshire
They were residing at Knowle, Broad Chalk Wiltshire.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 121 Page 24)
William, 53. Groom. born Bower Chalke, Wiltshire was with his wife Anne, 47. born Broad Chalk, and their children Mary J., 20. Teacher at School born Broad Chalk, Fanny M., 17. Born Broad Chalk.
Boarding with them was Sarah Feltham (W) 75. born Broad Chalk.
They were residing Knowle Green Cottages, Broad Chalke, Wiltshire. 
Williams, William (I55782)
 
117133 William Williams

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 89 Page 5)
William E. 4. Scholar was with his parents William, 32. Carpenter and Anna M., 32. and his brother Edney G., 3 . Scholar.
Everyone was born in Bower Chalk and residing in Providence Terrace, Bower Chalke, Wiltshire. 
Williams, William (I55780)
 
117134 William Willis

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1952 Folio 157 Page 2)
Frank, 47. Railway Labourer born Milford Wiltshire, was with his wife Selina, 42. born Yetminster, Dorset. They were residing in Milford Wiltshire, With them were their children Jane, 16. born Yetminster, Dorset, Ann, 14. Scholar born Milford Wiltshire,
William, 12. Scholar born Milford Wiltshire, Georgina, 8. Scholar born Milford Wiltshire, Frank, 5. Scholar born Milford Wiltshire, Kate, 3. born Milford Wiltshire, Arthur, 1. born Milford Wiltshire.

From the1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2070 Folio 56 Page 2)
Frank, 60. Railway Porter born Salisbury Wiltshire, was with his wife Selina, 47. born Yetminster, Dorset. They were residing in Southampton Road, Milford Wiltshire, With them were their children William, 23. Railway Engin Cleaner born Salisbury Wiltshire, Frank, 14. Errand Boy born Salisbury Wiltshire, Kate, 13. Scholar born Salisbury Wiltshire, Frederick 11. Scholar born Salisbury Wiltshire, Ernest, 8. Scholar born Salisbury Wiltshire, Edith, 5. Scholar born Salisbury Wiltshire, Rhoda, 3. born Salisbury Wiltshire. 
Willis, William (I111532)
 
117135 William Willis

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1952 Folio 157 Page 2)
William, 12. Scholar born Milford Wiltshire, was with his parents Frank, 47. Railway Labourer born Milford Wiltshire, and Selina, 42. born Yetminster, Dorset. They were residing in Milford Wiltshire, With them were his sisters Jane, 16. born Yetminster, Dorset, Ann, 14. Scholar born Milford Wiltshire, Georgina, 8. Scholar born Milford Wiltshire, Kate, 3. born Milford Wiltshire, and brothers Frank, 5. Scholar born Milford Wiltshire, Arthur, 1. born Milford Wiltshire.

From the1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2070 Folio 56 Page 2)
William, 23. Railway Engin Cleaner born Salisbury Wiltshire, was with his parents Frank, 60. Railway Porter born Salisbury Wiltshire, and Selina, 47. born Yetminster, Dorset. They were residing in Southampton Road, Milford Wiltshire, With them were his brothers Frank, 14. Errand Boy born Salisbury Wiltshire, Frederick 11. Scholar born Salisbury Wiltshire, Ernest, 8. Scholar born Salisbury Wiltshire, and sisters Kate, 13. Scholar born Salisbury Wiltshire, Edith, 5. Scholar born Salisbury Wiltshire, Rhoda, 3. born Salisbury Wiltshire. 
Willis, William (I111739)
 
117136 William Witt

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1170/3 Folio 5 Page 4)
William, 5. was with his parents Joseph, 35. Blacksmith and Elizabeth, 35. and his brothers George,13. Henry, 10. Joseph, 9 months
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Wiltshire and residing in Bower Chalk. Wiltshire. 
Witt, William (I59341)
 
117137 William Woodley

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1850 Folio Page) Enumeration District 1b
William, 10. was with his parents William, 50. Agricultural Labourer and Elizabeth, 40. They were residing in Leigh Lane, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were his brothers John,19. Charles, 14. George, 13. Tom, 11. Stephen, 9. Arthur, 6, Howard, 3.
Robert, 1. and his sister Ann, 5.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1323 Folio Page) Enumeration District 2)
William, 20. Agricultural Labourer, was with his parents William, 63. Agricultural Labourer and Elizabeth, 49. They were residing in Leigh Lane,, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were his brothers Charles, 24. Agricultural Labourer,
Stephen, 17. Agricultural Labourer, Arthur, 16, Agricultural Labourer, Edward, 12. Agricultural Labourer, Robert, 10. Scholar, and his sisters Ann, 14. Scholar, Jane, 8. Scholar, Elizabeth, 6. Scholar,
Everyone was recorded as having been born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire. 
Woodley, William (I62173)
 
117138 William Woodley

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1323 Folio Page) Enumeration District 1
William, 2. born East Knoyle, was with his parents John, 28. Agricultural Labourer born East Knoyle, Wiltshire and Mary, 30. born Mere, Wiltshire. They were residing at Green, East Knoyle. With his brother Tom, 1 month.
Also with them was his grandmother Ann Elliott. 65. (W) born Mere,

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1871 Folio Page) Enumeration District 1
William, 11. Scholar born East Knoyle, was with his parents John, 38. Agricultural Labourer born East Knoyle, Wiltshire and Mary, 38. born Mere, Wiltshire. They were residing at Green, East Knoyle. With them were his siblings Thomas, 9. Scholar born East Knoyle, Elizabeth, 7. Scholar born East Knoyle, James, 5. born East Knoyle, John, 2. born East Knoyle,
Alfred, 1. born East Knoyle,

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 0689 Folio 47 Page 9)
William, 22. Police Constable born East Knoyle, Wiltshire, was residing at the Police Station, 173 - 175 High Street, Camberwell, Surrey. 
Woodley, William (I62185)
 
117139 William Woodley 1801 - 1878

From the 1841 Census (HO 107 Piece 1174/4 Folio 5 Page 3)
William, 40. Agricultural Labourer and his wife Elizabeth, 28. were residing in Knoyle Street, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were their sons John, 9. Charles, 4. George, 2. Thomas, 1.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Wiltshire.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1850 Folio Page) Enumeration District 1b
William, 50. Agricultural Labourer and his wife Elizabeth, 40. were residing in Leigh Lane, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were their sons John,19. Charles, 14. George, 13. Tom, 11. William, 10. Stephen, 9. Arthur, 6, Howard, 3. Robert, 1.
and their daughter Ann, 5.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1323 Folio Page) Enumeration District 2)
William, 63. Agricultural Labourer and his wife Elizabeth, 49. were residing in Leigh Lane,, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were their sons Charles, 24. Agricultural Labourer, William, 20. Agricultural Labourer, Stephen, 17. Agricultural Labourer,
Arthur, 16, Agricultural Labourer, Edward, 12. Agricultural Labourer, Robert, 10. Scholar, and their daughters Ann, 14. Scholar, Jane, 8. Scholar, Elizabeth, 6. Scholar,
Everyone was recorded as having been born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1871 Folio Page) Enumeration District 2
William, 75. Formally Agricultural Labourer and his wife Elizabeth, 58. were residing in Leigh Lane,, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were their sons Charles, 34. Agricultural Labourer, Stephen, 26. Agricultural Labourer, Arthur, 24, Agricultural Labourer, Edward, 22. Agricultural Labourer, and daughter Jane, 19.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire. 
Woodley, William (I62166)
 
117140 William worked as a tax collector in Kent and then moved to London.

He married in 1875 but there were no children. 
Cutbush, William (I40936)
 
117141 William worked as head gardener at Ynysmaengwyn. The family moved to Towyn from Bryncrug when Catherine was 6 months old.

As far as Gaynor knows her mother had 1 brother Jack, Lydia (who had a twin that died young), Catherine Jane and the youngest Maggie who did not marry, all the others married but had no children except Catherine.

From the 1881 Wales Census for Towyn, Merionethshire (RG11 Piece 5478 Folio 123 Page 10) William, 22, General Labourer from Towyn, Merionethshire, was with his wife Margaret, 23, from Dinas Mawddwy, Merionethshire, at Afonfach, Bryncrug, Merionethshire, Wales.

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 4587 Folio 103 Page 9) William, 32, General Labourer, was with his wife Margaret, 33, at Old Braichyrhenllyn, Bryncrug, Merionethshire, Wales. With them were their children John, 7, Scholar, Anne E, 5, Scholar, and Lydia, 1.

From the 1901 Census (RG13 Piece 5190 Folio 65 Page 6) William, 42, Agricultural Labourer, was with his wife Margaret, 43, at 22 Frankwell Street, Towyn, Merionethshire, Wales. With them were their children Lydia, 11, Catherine J(ane), 8, and Margaret E, 4. 
Evans, William (I3900)
 
117142 William Wright

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1174/1 Folio 24 Page 9)
William 3. and his mother Jane, 28. and sister were residing with Thomas Wright, 34. Agricultural Labourer and his wife Rachel, 21. and his children Charles, 11. John, 9. Thomas, 6. Also with them was Tobitha Harder, 40.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Wiltshire. 
Wright, William (I61713)
 
117143 William Wright

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1174/1 Folio 25 Page 11)
William, 30. Agricultural Labourer and his wife Ann, 25. were residing at Croucheston, Bishopstone, Wiltshire. With them were their children Michael, 10. Samuel, 8. Ellen, 5. Emma, 2. Sarah, 3 months, and Elizabeth Chalk, 70.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Wiltshire. 
Wright, William (I57987)
 
117144 William Young

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1337 Folio 85 Page 3)
William, 5. born Poole, Dorset, was with his parents Robert 32. Agricultural Labourer, born Whitchampton, Dorset, and Mary, 39. born Priddy, Somerset. They were residing in Higher Street, Whitchampton, Dorset. With them was his brother
Joseph, 9. born Whitchampton, Dorset.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1983 Folio 207 Page 6)
William, 15. Agricultural Labourer born Poole, Dorset, was with his parents Robert 42. Agricultural Labourer, born Whitchampton, Dorset, and Mary, 49. born Priddy, Somerset. They were residing in Whitchampton, Dorset. With them was his brother Joseph, 19. Agricultural Labourer born Whitchampton, Dorset. 
Young, William (I98636)
 
117145 William Young 1826 - 1894

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 58 Page 9)
William, 45. Beer House Keeper & Smith born Ebbesborne, Wiltshire was with his wife Sarah, 44. born Bower Chalke, Wiltshire in Ebbesborne Wake with them were their children Charles, 11. Scholar. Emily Ann, 9. Scholar. Edward Tom, 6. Scholar. Katy Susanna, 4. Scholar who were all born in Ebbesborne and nephew Edward W.Perrett, 19 . Agricultural Labourer & Servant from Bower Chalk.
They were residing in Ebbesborne Wake, Wiltshire.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 104 Page 8)
William, 55. Inn Keeper & Blacksmith born Ebbesborne, Wiltshire was with his wife Sarah, 54. born Bower Chalke, Wiltshire in Ebbesborne Wake with them were their children Charles, 21, Inn Servant & Assistant to Father, Emily Ann,19. Edward Tone, 16. Hettie Susanna, 14. Scholar who were all born in Ebbesborne and boarding Henry Geo. Bugg, 24. House Decorator from Flaxley Gloucester, England. 
Young, William (I59318)
 
117146 William's details don't come up on 1901 census. Stormer, William (I71031)
 
117147 William's occupation at the time of Georges birth, was a bricklayers labourer. Stock, William (I90346)
 
117148 William's occupation at the time of Harrietts birth, was a Lime Burner. Carpenter, William (I90354)
 
117149 William, Harry Bashford

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 2390 Folio 80 Page 34)
Wm. Harry, 16. Porter, was with his parents Wm. Henry, 42. Collector, and Julia Emily, 40. with them were his siblings
Fanny Rose Hannah, 20. Clerk to Builders Ironmonger, Emily, 18, Thomas Albert, 14. Printers Compositer, George Wilfred, 12. Scholar, Alfred, 11. Scholar, Arthur Oliver, 9. Scholar, They were residing at 112 Unett Street, Birmingham.
Visiting them was cousin Sarah Ann Morton Hayes, 30. and Boarding was Frederick Roberts 16, Porter.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Birmingham, Warwickshire. 
Bashford, William Harry (I60961)
 
117150 William, Warren 1798 - 1867

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 292 Folio 11 Page 15)
William, 40. Agricultural Labourer was with his wife Jane, 30. They were residing in Yetminster, Dorset. With them were their children,Jane, 13. Charlotte, 11. John, 8. Selina, 6. George, 4. Elizabeth, 1.
George and the children were recorded as having been born in Dorset.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1583 Folio 105 Page 30)
William, 50. Farm Labourer born Yetminster, Dorset, was with his wife Jane, 42. born Yeovil, Somerset/ They were residing in Yetminster, Dorset. With them were their children, George, 14. born Yetminster, Dorset, Selina, 16. born Yetminster, Dorset, Elizabeth, 12. born Yetminster, Dorset, Mary, 9. born Yetminster, Dorset, Theresa, 5. born Yetminster, Dorset,
Julia, 3. born Yetminster, Dorset.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1359 Folio 15 Page 23)
William, 62. Labourer born Yetminster, Dorset, was with his wife Jane, 52. born Yeovil, Somerset/. They were residing in Holebrook, Yetminster, Dorset. With them were their children, Mary, 18. Glover born Yetminster, Dorset, Theresa, 16. Glover born Yetminster, Dorset, Julia Dorcas, 13. Scholar born Yetminster, Dorset. Stephen, 9. Scholar born Yetminster, Dorset.
Job. 6. Scholar born Yetminster, Dorset. Emily, 6. Scholar born Yetminster, Dorset.and grandson Joseph Vallard, 2. born Sherborne, Dorset. 
Warren, William (I111683)
 
117151 Williams Family Tree: Born 21 Apr 1862. Died 22 Jul 1933 Aberdovey, Merionethshire. Evans, Jane Ellen (I1422)
 
117152 Williams sister Jane Carpenter was a witness on their marriage certificate. Family F26398
 
117153 Willie A Pool Pool, William Ashton (I9723)
 
117154 Willie Barfoot

From thje 1881 Cen sus (RG11 Piece 2092 Folio 97 Page 10)
Willie, 6. Scholar born Whitchampton, Dorset,.and his mother Emily. 31. (W) Housekeeper born Whitchampton, Dorset, were with her father George, 67. (W) Parish Clerk and Sextant born Whitchampton, Dorsetthey werte residing in Whitchampton, Dorset. With them was his brother Sidney Barfoot, 8. Scholar born Whitchampton, Dorset,. 
Barfoot, Willie (I98617)
 
117155 Willie Gurman

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 1221 Folio 70 Page 19)
Willie, (sic) 8. Scholar, born Shirley, Hampshire, was with his parents Charles, 41. General Labourer born Botley, Hampshire and Emma, 38. born Botley, Hampshire. They were residing at 75 Pound Street, Millbrook, Hampshire. With them were his siblings Charles, 18. General Labourer, born Botley, Henry, 15. Gardeners Boy, born Botley, Arthur, 13. Gardeners Boy,born Botley, Mary, 11. Scholar, born Botley, Bertie,(sic) 9. Scholar, born Botley, Agnes, 5. Scholar, born Shirley, Annie, 4. Scholar, born Shirley, Lizzie,(sic) 2. born Shirley, Mable, 2 months. born Shirley, 
Gurman, Willie (I60556)
 
117156 Willie James Andrews

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 1631 Folio 42 Page 18)
Willie, 9. Scholar born Marnhull, Dorset, and his parents William, 43. Carpenter born Marnhull, Dorset, and Elizabeth, 44. born Marnhull, Dorset, were residing in Burton Street, Marnhull, Dorset, with them were his siblings John, 22. Carpenter born Marnhull, Dorset, Gertrude, 18. Dressmaker, born Marnhull, Dorset, Bertram, 14. Baker born Farrington, Hampshire, Fred, 12. Scholar born Marnhull, Dorset, Archilbald, 11. Scholar born Marnhull, Dorset, Katie, 7. Scholar born Marnhull, Dorset, Reginald, 6. Scholar born Marnhull, Dorset, Harry, 5. Scholar born Marnhull, Dorset, Edward, 3. born Marnhull, Dorset. 
Andrews, Willie James (I75323)
 
117157 Willie Morris Elsworth

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1975 Folio 6 Page 6)
Willie 7. Scholar born Woolland, Dorset, was with his parents Soloman, 44. Carrier born Woolland, Dorset, and Emma, 41. born Lychett Minster, Dorset. They were residing in Ibberton, Dorset. With them were his sisters Elizabeth, 18, Housekeeper born Ibberton, Dorset, Emma, 15. Glover born Woolland, Dorset, Susan, 12. Scholar born Woolland, Dorset,
Sarah, 9. Scholar born Woolland, Dorset, also Bessie Morris, 6. Scholar from Whitchurch, Dorset.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2086 Folio 91 Page 12)
Willie 17. Carrier born Woolland, Dorset, was with his parents Soloman, 54. Carrier born Woolland, Dorset, and Emma, 52. born Lychett Minster, Dorset. They were residing in Ibberton, Dorset. With them were his sisters Elizabeth, 28, Domestic Servant born Ibberton, Dorset, Susan, 22. Dressmaker born Woolland, Dorset, Sarah, 19. Dressmaker born Woolland, Dorset. 
Elsworth, Willie Morris (I89133)
 
117158 Willie Ralph Hurst

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2110 Folio 96 Page 3)
Willie Ralph, 19. Carpenter, born Dorchester, Dorset, was with his father John, 54. Gardener, born Brockhurst, Dorset, they were residing at North Square, Dorchester. With them was his sister Caroline Eliza, 26. General Domestic Servant, born Dorchester, Dorset, and brother Harry, 16. Gardener, born Dorchester, Dorset. 
Hurst, Willie Ralph (I86090)
 
117159 Willow Cottage Parsons, Violet Harriet (I93751)
 
117160 WILLS, HORATIO SPENCER HOWE (1811-1861), pastoralist and politician, was born on 5 October 1811 in Sydney, the sixth child of Edward Spencer Wills and his wife Sarah, née Harding. His father was transported for life for highway robbery and arrived in Sydney in the Hillsborough in July 1799 accompanied by his wife and eldest child, Sarah. He appears to have been assigned to his wife and they were soon in business as general merchants and ship-chandlers at 96 George Street North, their premises abutting on Sydney Cove. He also owned several small trading vessels in partnership with Thomas Reibey, merchant. Wills was given an unconditional pardon in 1803 and a full pardon on 30 May 1809. He died on 14 May 1811.

On Horatio Wills's first birthday his mother married George Howe, printer-editor of the Sydney Gazette, then being published at 96 George Street. Howe's fortunes were greatly changed by the trading and ship-owning business that Sarah Howe continued to conduct after her first husband's death. Social prestige came to her from the marriage of her eldest child Sarah to Dr William Redfern, and of Elizabeth, her fourth child, to Major Henry Colden Antill.

Wills's youth was spent on Sydney's waterfront. He had little formal education, and at 12 was employed in the Gazette office. His mother died on 8 July 1823, two years after George Howe. Soon afterwards young Wills was apprenticed to Robert Howe, who inherited the Gazette and the George Street premises from his father. Wills never liked the trade and quarrelled often with his stepbrother-master. A legend has him running away to sea, shipwrecked in the South Seas and rescued dramatically after living with islanders for two years; none of the dates mentioned accord with actual happenings in his early youth, although he did abscond from his apprenticeship at least three times for short periods. Once he shipped in a sealing vessel, the other times he was at the homes of his sisters, Mrs Redfern and Mrs Antill. Brought to court by Howe in 1827, Wills was defended by William Charles Wentworth and agreed to return to his master's service. His apprenticeship ended about the time of Robert Howe's death on 29 January 1829.

Although printer and publisher of the Gazette in 1832 Wills also edited, published and printed the Currency Lad from 25 August 1832. This four-page weekly journal, whose motto was 'Rise Australia', ceased after eight months. Wills's connexion with the Gazette ended in June 1833.

Wills married Elizabeth McGuire, aged 16, at Parramatta on 2 December 1833. At first they lived at Varroville in the Minto district, then owned by his brother Thomas. From 1834 he held a pastoral lease in the Molonglo district. It was from this holding that Wills overlanded to the Port Phillip District with 5000 sheep and 500 cattle. The journey began on 29 December 1839 and lasted four months. His wife and first child, Thomas Wills, aged 4, were in the party, which included drovers, shepherds and Aboriginal stockmen. Wills's party wintered in 1840 near Mount William in the Grampians district; he noted in his diary some years later that he named a near-by hill, Mount Ararat, 'for here, like the Ark, we rested'. In December 1842 he took over a run of 120,000 acres (48,563 ha), which he named Lexington. There he lived for ten years greatly improving the holding, experimenting with wheat, fencing some paddocks with netting that he ordered from England, importing Saxon sheep, and building a fine homestead. He sold Lexington with 28,000 sheep and 3000 cattle for £35,000 in November 1852, and for the next eight years lived on Belle Vue, at Point Henry near Geelong. He made this small property a model farm, and himself something of a country squire, taking active interest in church, agricultural, immigration and charitable movements.

Wills was elected to the Victorian Legislative Council on 10 January 1855, succeeding William Haines who had become colonial secretary. Next year with Haines he was elected for South Grant to the first Legislative Assembly of Victoria, one of its three native-born members. He made no mark in its deliberations, but actively canvassed land reform, exclusion of Chinese from the goldfields, defence and penal reform. When parliament was dissolved on 24 February 1859 he was in Germany where he placed his three younger sons at school. He did not seek re-election.

In 1860 Wills twice visited central Queensland seeking land. He took over the lease of four blocks, each of twenty-five sq. miles (65 km²), from Peter Fitzalan Macdonald on the Nogoa River, 25 miles (40 km) south-west of the later town of Emerald. The selection was named Cullinlaringo. In January 1861 Wills, his son Thomas, and a party of stockmen, shepherds, other servants and their families left Geelong by ship for Brisbane. The twenty-five men, women and children left Brisbane on 5 February 1861 in bullock wagons and drays with stores for a new station. Some stud rams had been brought from Geelong. Sheep, horses and cattle were bought along the track, mainly in the Darling Downs and Burnett districts. Sixteen weeks later the party reached Rockhampton with 10,500 sheep. Thence they moved slowly along the Dawson track, south of the Fitzroy River, to Cullinlaringo, 250 miles (402 km) west. The expedition was one of the most lavishly equipped seen along the Dawson, and it attracted much attention from settlers, travellers and Aboriginals who became camp followers. Wills ignored warnings not to encourage them or to display supplies of food, clothing, blankets and other stores.

Cullinlaringo was reached in October 1861, eight months after leaving Brisbane. Immediately the building of stock yards, huts and store-rooms was started. A party of Aboriginals settled into a camp near by. Little attention was paid to them; they were friendly, seemed harmless, and had free run of the station. Wills and his people settled to a regular routine, with a rest after each midday meal. In the early afternoon of 17 October the peace of the station was broken by a woman's scream; Wills, resting in his tent, picked up a pistol and fired at an Aboriginal but was battered down with tomahawk and nulla-nulla. With tragic speed eighteen other people were killed. Only three men on the station escaped death. Thomas Wills and two stockmen were away from the station. It was the worst massacre of white men in the history of Australian pioneer settlement.

Wills's careless, lavish display of food, firearms, blankets and clothing had excited the greed of the Aboriginals. Study of the station habits made the raid an easy matter; it was not resisted because there was no preparation against attack. After the massacre the Aboriginals hastily plundered the stores, wagons, tents and huts, and hurried to the ranges. They were followed by a large party of police and settlers, trapped in a valley, and shot down. Few escaped this act of revenge. Wills and his people were buried in a grave at the scene of the massacre, which is remembered in a headstone.

Ironically, transfer of the Cullinlaringo leases was dated 18 October 1861, the day after the massacre. The leases remained with Wills's sons until 1877. Cedric, the second son, worked the property after his father's death and remained in the Peak Downs district all his life. Descendants are still there. Cullinlaringo was sold for £49,000 to the British Food Corporation in 1949 for grain-sorghum growing. The venture failed; later the property was cut up for closer settlement.

The eldest son, Thomas Wentworth Wills, was a noted cricketer at Rugby School, England, and in intercolonial matches for Victoria in the 1860s. Elizabeth Wills died in 1908. Amongst her memorials to her husband is a cottage in the Old Colonists' Homes, Melbourne.
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T. F. Bride (ed), Letters from Victorian Pioneers (Melb, 1898); J. T. S. Bird, The Early History of Rockhampton (Rockhampton, 1904); R. V. Billis and A. S. Kenyon, Pastoral Pioneers of Port Phillip (Melb, 1932); W. R. Brownhill, History of Geelong and Corio Bay (Melb, 1955); L. L. Banfield, Like the Ark: The Story of Ararat (Melb, 1955); Wills family papers (privately held). More on the resources

Author: C. E. Sayers

Print Publication Details: C. E. Sayers, 'Wills, Horatio Spencer Howe (1811 - 1861)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 2, Melbourne University Press, 1967, pp 605-607.

http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A020548b.htm 
Wills, Horatio Spencer Howe (I33282)
 
117161 WILLS, THOMAS WENTWORTH SPENCER (1835-1880), cricketer and footballer, was born on 19 December 1835 at Molonglo Plains, New South Wales, eldest son of Horatio Spencer Howe Wills and his wife Elizabeth, née McGuire. He was educated in Melbourne until 1852 when he went to Rugby School where he played football and captained the cricket XI. Intended for Magdalene College, Cambridge, in 1856, he did not matriculate but he was included, by Oxford's permission, in the Cambridge XI in the inter-university match of that year. In 1853-56 he became a notable amateur cricketer in England, playing mainly for the gentlemen of Kent, but also for the Marylebone Club and on one occasion for United Ireland.

Wills returned to Melbourne late in 1856 and played twelve games for Victoria against New South Wales in 1857-76, scoring 319 runs at an average of 21.27 and taking 72 wickets at 10.23. He played for several teams, but mainly for Richmond and for the Melbourne Cricket Club, of which he was secretary in 1857-58. Although articled to a Collingwood solicitor in 1859 he seems never to have practised. In 1861 he accompanied his father and others overland to take up a property at Cullinlaringo, Queensland; in October all but Wills and two others who were absent from the camp were killed by Aboriginals. After helping his brother to run the property he returned to Melbourne in 1864.

Wills then became a cricket coach and trained the Lake Wallace region Aboriginal side that toured England in 1867. As a batsman he could be crudely effective, 'He uses a three pound bat and hits terrific' said James Lillywhite, but he was noted more as a bowler. Wills introduced round-arm and over-arm bowling into Victoria and was constantly accused of throwing, especially his faster deliveries. But fast or slow, thrower or bowler, he returned some devastating analyses at all levels of cricket.

A frequent and cantankerous letter-writer to the sporting press, Wills's most famous letter was in Bell's Life in Victoria, 10 July, 1858, calling for cricketers to take up a winter sport for fitness' sake. The response to this letter enabled him, his brother-in-law H. C. A. Harrison, and others to meet and draw up rules for a football game later to be known as Victorian or Australian Rules. Wills played over 210 games, mainly for Geelong, until he retired in 1876.

The indulgence in drink that seemed inseparable from the cricket of those days found a too-eager practitioner in Wills. As early as 1873 there were thinly veiled public accusations that colonial beer was affecting his cricket and in later years he had to be put under restraint. On 2 May 1880 at his Heidelberg home he eluded the vigilance of a man set to watch over him and stabbed himself to death with a pair of scissors. The inquest returned a verdict of suicide while of unsound mind caused by excessive drinking. For one who had been called 'the Grace of Australia' and 'a model of muscular Christianity' it was a sad end. He was buried in the Heidelberg cemetery after an Anglican service, survived by his wife Sarah Teresa, née Barber, whom he had married at Castlemaine, aged 32. Only one Melbourne paper, the Argus, acknowledged her existence and she finds no mention in Henderson's chapter on the Wills family. There were no children of the marriage.
Select Bibliography

F. Lillywhite, A. Haygarth, Cricket Scores and Biographies,vols 4-5 (Lond, 1863, 1876); A. Henderson (ed), Early Pioneer Families of Victoria and Riverina (Melb, 1936); D. J. Mulvaney, Cricket Walkabout (Melb, 1967); Bell's Life in Victoria, 1857-68; Australasian, 8 May 1869, 8 May 1880; Age (Melbourne), 3 May 1880; Argus (Melbourne), 4 May 1880; Leader (Melbourne), 8 May 1880. More on the resources

Author: W. F. Mandle

Print Publication Details: W. F. Mandle, 'Wills, Thomas Wentworth Spencer (1835 - 1880)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 6, Melbourne University Press, 1976, pp 409-410.
http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A060443b.htm 
Wills, Thomas Wentworth (I33309)
 
117162 Wilmot Sprackland

From the 1861 Census ( RG9 Piece 1353 Folio 25 Page 22 )
Wilmot, 2. born Dorchester, Dorset, was with his parents William, 27. Grocers Porter born Dorchester, Dorset, and Eliza, 26. born Chetnole, Dorset. They were residing in High East Street, Dorchester. With them was his sisters
Margaret, 4. born Dorchester, Dorset, Caroline, 2 months born Dorchester, Dorset, and great uncle Samuel Cave, 44. Chelsea Pensioner.

From the 1871 Census ( RG10 Piece 2009 Folio 45 Page 13 )
Wilmot, 12. Scholar born Dorchester, Dorset, was with his parents William, 37. Porter born Dorchester, Dorset, and Eliza, 26. born Chetnole, Dorset. They were residing in Dorchester. With them was his sister Margaret, 14. Scholar born Dorchester, Dorset, and brothers Ernest, 2. born Dorchester, Dorset, Henry, 1. born Dorchester, Dorset. 
Sprackland, Wilmott (I112895)
 
117163 Wilson Carlisle Home Collins, Cherry Lila (I34564)
 
117164 Wilson George Case

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2069 Folio 56 Page 5)
Wilson G., 7 Scholar born Coombe Bissett..was with his parents George, 32. Bricklayer from Homington, and Emily, 30. from Bower Chalk and his siblings Clara E., 10, Scholar born Homington, Wilson G., 7 Scholar born Coombe Bissett. Eva E., 5,Scholar born Coombe Bissett. Alice M., 3. Scholar born Coombe Bissett. Emily M., 3 months. born Britford.
Residing in a Cottage in Britford, Wiltshire. 
Case, Wilson George (I58756)
 
117165 Wilson Lawes

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 1280 Folio 35 Page 24)
Wilson, 5. Scholar born Frilford, Buckinghamshire. was with his parents John H., 30. Shepherd born Coombe, Wiltshire and Maria, 37. born Bishopstone, Wiltshire. They were residing in Kingston Bagpuyza, Buckinghamshire. With them were his siblings Sophia M., 8. Scholar born Frilford, Buckinghamshire. Francis, 6. Scholar born Frilford, Buckinghamshire.
Edwin, 4. Scholar born Frilford, Buckinghamshire. Jesse, 1. born Kingston Bagpuyza, Buckinghamshire. 
Lawes, Wilson (I60912)
 
117166 Wilson Stewart Ridout

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2087 Folio 64 Page 8)
Wilson S., 3. born Bayserton, Dorset, was with his mother Matilda, 35. born Bath, Somerset, they were residing in Charlton Marshall, Dorset. With them were his siblings Eugene, 13. born Christchurch, Hampshire, Jessie J., 12. Scholar born Christchurch, Hampshire, Edith E., 10 .Scholar born Tarrant Gunville, Dorset, Gertrude, 8. Scholar born Tarrant Gunville, Dorset, Albert V., 7. Scholar born Tarrant Gunville, Dorset, Nelson W., 5. born Restigoncue, Canada. Alexander, 2. born Durleston, Dorset, Jane K. M., 1 month born Charlton Marshall. , Dorset. 
Ridout, Wilson Stewart (I97879)
 
117167 Wilton 5a, Page 103 Spencer, Ann (I59326)
 
117168 Wilton 5a, Page 105 Spencer, Thomas (I59331)
 
117169 Wilton 5a, Page 105 Spencer, William (I59330)
 
117170 Wilton 5a, Page 119 King, Susannah (I59333)
 
117171 Wilton 5a, Page 142 Williams, Mary Ann (I55805)
 
117172 Wilton 5a, Page 189 Young, Charles William (I59319)
 
117173 Wilton 5a, Page 191 Spencer, Emma (I59325)
 
117174 Wilton 5a, Page 191 Williams, Mary Ann (I55805)
 
117175 Wilton 5a, Page 193 Foyle, Henry (I55800)
 
117176 Wilton 5a, Page 193 Foyle, Thomas Edward (I55798)
 
117177 Wilton 5a, Page 196 Young, Edward Tom (I59321)
 
117178 Wilton 5a, Page 198 Foyle, Emily (I55796)
 
117179 Wilton 5a, Page 202 Foyle, Mary Jane (I55816)
 
117180 Wilton 5a, Page 204 Young, Hetty Susanna (I59322)
 
117181 Wilton 5a, Page 204 Young, Emily Anna (I59320)
 
117182 Wilton 5a, Page 204 Williams, Ellen (I55803)
 
117183 Wilton 5a, Page 204 Foyle, James (I55799)
 
117184 Wilton 5a, Page 205 Gear, Mary Ann (I55822)
 
117185 Wilton 5a, Page 206 Williams, Lydia (I55807)
 
117186 Wilton 5a, Page 206 Williams, Martha (I55806)
 
117187 Wilton 5a, Page 207 Spencer, Frederick (I59327)
 
117188 Wilton 5a, Page 207 Foyle, Emphraim George (I55801)
 
117189 Wilton 5a, Page 207 Foyle, Hetty (I55795)
 
117190 Wilton 5a, Page 209 Spencer, Thomas (I59334)
 
117191 Wilton 5a, Page 211 Foyle, Enos (I55817)
 
117192 Wilton 5a, Page 211 Williams, Sarah Jane (I55804)
 
117193 Wilton 5a, Page 212 Spencer, Fanny Louisa (I59335)
 
117194 Wilton 5a, Page 212 Spencer, George (I55823)
 
117195 Wilton 5a, Page 215 Foyle, Sarah Anna (I55818)
 
117196 Wilton 5a, Page 216 Penny, Sarah Jane (I55820)
 
117197 Wilton 5a, Page 221 Spencer, William (I59336)
 
117198 Wilton 5a, Page 228 Foyle, William (I55797)
 
117199 Wilton 5a, Page 229 Williams, Alice (I55808)
 
117200 Wilton 5a, Page 305 Penny, James (I55819)
 
117201 Wilton 5a, Page 305 Foyle, Hetty (I55795)
 
117202 Wilton 5a, Page 305 Family F16644
 
117203 Wilton 5a, Page 325 Spencer, George (I55823)
 
117204 Wilton 5a, Page 325 Williams, Fanny Maria (I55785)
 
117205 Wilton 5a, Page 325 Family F16638
 
117206 Wilton 5a, Page 337 Williams, Mary Jane (I55784)
 
117207 Wilton 5a, Page 337 Lush, Thomas (I55775)
 
117208 Wilton 5a, Page 337 Family F16634
 
117209 Wilton 5a, Page 347 Foyle, Thomas (I55794)
 
117210 Wilton 5a, Page 347 Williams, Jane (I55791)
 
117211 Wilton 5a, Page 347 Family F16643
 
117212 Wilton 5a, Page 363 King, Susannah (I59333)
 
117213 Wilton 5a, Page 363 Spencer, Thomas (I59331)
 
117214 Wilton 5a, Page 363 Family F17576
 
117215 Wilton 5a, Page 465 Young, William (I59318)
 
117216 Wilton 5a, Page 465 Foyle, Sarah (I55812)
 
117217 Wilton 5a, Page 465 Family F17572
 
117218 Wilton 8, Page 436 Turner, Fanny (I66541)
 
117219 Wilton 8, Page 445 Turner, John (I66545)
 
117220 Wilton 8, Page 453 Williams, Walter William (I55779)
 
117221 Wilton 8, Page 465 Turner, George (I66542)
 
117222 Wilton 8, Page 486 Williams, Elizabeth (I55802)
 
117223 Wilton 8, Page 488 Turner, Christopher (I66544)
 
117224 Wilton 8, Page 601 Burton, Fanny (I55825)
 
117225 Wilton 8, Page 601 Spencer, George (I55824)
 
117226 Wilton 8, Page 601 Family F16648
 
117227 Wilton 8, Page 653 Ferrett, Frederick (I55821)
 
117228 Wilton 8, Page 653 Foyle, Elizabeth (I55811)
 
117229 Wilton 8, Page 653 Family F16647
 
117230 Wilton 8, Page 787 Foyle, Ann (I55793)
 
117231 Wilton 8, Page 787 Williams, Josiah (I55790)
 
117232 Wilton 8, Page 787 Family F16641
 
117233 Wilton Vol 5A Sept Qt. 341 Maidment, John (I47563)
 
117234 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I73142)
 
117235 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F22066
 
117236 Wimboldsley Bancroft, Thomas (I81716)
 
117237 Win has passed on a lot of information about the Wicks/Weeks connection. Source (S4414)
 
117238 Win was the eldest of the 3 daughters. Ruelens, Winifred Dorothy (I90442)
 
117239 Winborn Dykes, Sarah Ann (I8892)
 
117240 Winbourne, Mulgoa near Penrith Dykes, Charles (I68590)
 
117241 Windsor Street, Johncock, William James (I90108)
 
117242 Winifred Eldershaw, Douglas (I30975)
 
117243 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4036)
 
117244 Winifred Ann Isaac nee Scott

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1960 Folio 25 Page 10)
Ann, 46. was with her husband Henry, 42. Agricultural Labourer and their children Ivo, 15. Agricultural Labourer, Charlotte, 12. William, 10. Elizabeth, 8. Mary, 5.
They were residing at Down House, Bishopstone, Wiltshire. Everyone was born in Bishopstone.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2075 Folio 80 Page 19)
Ann, 57 was with her husband Henry, 52. Agricultural Labourer. and their daughter Elizabeth, 19. Domestic Servant (unemployed) residing Nr. Sidford Down, Wiltshire. They were all born in Wiltshire. 
Scott, Winifred Ann Margaret (I57921)
 
117245 Winifred Annie Kingsbury

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2115 Folio 62 Page 6) Winifred Ann, 0. born Cheselborne, Dorset, was with her parents Thomas, G., 41. Farmer born Cheselborne, Dorset, and Annie, 32. born Puddletown, Dorset. They were residing in the Farm House, Cheselborne, Dorset. With them were her sisters Louisa A. 21. Assistant Agricultural Labourer born Cheselborne, Dorset, Kate Eliza, 5. born Cheselborne, Dorset, Alice Mary, 1. born Cheselborne, Dorset, and Mary Wheeler 26. from Piddletown Dorset, Alfred Wheeler, 5, from Gosport, Hampshire. 
Kingsbury, Winifred Annie (I108678)
 
117246 Winifred Charlotte Strange

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2088 Folio 82 Page 27)
Winifred C., 10 months born Blanford, Dorset, was with her parents Joseph, 45. Cordwinder born Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset, and Bessie A., 35. born, Andover, Hampshire, Dorset. They were residing in Orchard Street, Blanford Forum, Dorset. With them was her sister Ellen, born Sherborne, Dorset. 
Strange, Winifred Charlotte (I86524)
 
117247 Winifred Nellie Butler nee Clements 1899 - 1985

Birth Registered as (Winifred Nellie) Kings Norton Dec 1899 Page 459

From the 1901 Census (RG13 Piece 2831 Folio 160 Page 33)
Nellie, 1. was with her parents John, 46. Gardener, from Shipdalm, Norfolk and Emma, 46, born Birmingham and siblings who were all born in Birmingham, John, 20. Postman.
May, 16, Dressmaker, William, 14. Telegraph Messenger, Fred, 12, Ethel, 10,
Annie, 8. Bernard, 3,
Residing at 11 Sun Street West, Birmingham.

From the 1911 Census (RG14 PN 17837)
Nellie, 11. Scholar born Birmingham was with her parents John, 56. Gardener domestic from Shipdalm, Norfolk and Emma, 56, born Birmingham and her siblings
Frederick, 22. Order Clerk born Handsworth, Hetty, 20. Dressmaker born Handsworth,
Annie, 17. Overlooker Chocolate Factory, born Birmingham Bernard, 13. Scholar born Birmingham
They resided at 18 Northfield Road, Kings Norton, Birmingham. 
Clements, Winifred Nellie (I59161)
 
117248 Winifred Wilson nee Drogan

From the 1911 Census (RG14 PN24150)
Winifred, 4 months, born Manchester, was with her parents John, 33. Market Porter born Manchester and Ellen Frances, 33. Born Dublin, Ireland. and her sisters, Maria Frances, 11. born Manchester, Ellen, 6. born Manchester, Lillian, 3. born Manchester, Alice, 2. born Manchester,
They were residing at 5 Laverack Street, Collyhurst, Manchester, England. 
Drogan, Winifred (I58560)
 
117249 Winswood, Cheldon, Philp, William (I33060)
 
117250 Winton? Chalk, Sophia (I82719)
 
117251 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7505)
 
117252 with ann Beeching Spray, Ann (I57087)
 
117253 with brother Edwin and family Banks, George (I57388)
 
117254 with brother John Owen Matthews Matthews, Emily (I67889)
 
117255 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I27395)
 
117256 With daughter Josephine in Yagues, Josephine Emma Adrienne (I90315)
 
117257 with family Punter, Elizabeth (I56284)
 
117258 with family Bohm, Eveline Clara (I14831)
 
117259 With Fred Wagner Kenna, Alice (I8117)
 
117260 with grandparents Paver, Herbert (I57482)
 
117261 with grandparents Langford, Jack (I57480)
 
117262 with gransfather James Dengate Archer, Jane (I56405)
 
117263 with his wife Hetty, 24. from Bower Chalk, Wiltshire Foyle, Mary (I55813)
 
117264 with Humphrey family - 14 Sharftesbury St. Dolton, Emma Ruth (I14450)
 
117265 With Humphreys family Dolton, Emma Ruth (I14450)
 
117266 with in-laws George Lee family Tompkins, Amos (I57453)
 
117267 with John Banks family Thorpe, Edith (I56976)
 
117268 With Joseph Smith Lived On South Jersey Shore For 18 Years Kenna, Helen (I8115)
 
117269 with mother and Rosa Venn, Alice (I56288)
 
117270 with Niece Naomi Atkins Harris, Elizabeth Ann (I51230)
 
117271 with Niece Naomi Atkins Harris, Elizabeth Ann (I51230)
 
117272 with parents Crouch, Charlotte (I56897)
 
117273 with parents Harris, Elizabeth Ann (I51230)
 
117274 with parents Harris, Elizabeth Ann (I51230)
 
117275 with parents (widowed) Harris, Elizabeth Ann (I51230)
 
117276 with parents (widowed) Harris, Elizabeth Ann (I51230)
 
117277 with parents (widowed) Harris, Elizabeth Ann (I51230)
 
117278 with parents (widowed) Harris, Elizabeth Ann (I51230)
 
117279 with Peter Banks family Thorpe, Edith (I56976)
 
117280 With reference to his age recorded on his Death Certificate in January of 1865, David MacKay would have been born in either 1819 or 1820, depending upon if he died before or after his birthday that year. His parents being recorded as Alexander
MacKay and Christina McLachlan.



According to the Old Parish Records in the International Genealogical Index, there is a reference to a christening of a David MacKay on April 14th, 1819 in the Parish of Latheron, Caithness, Scotland. The name of the father being recorded as
Alexander MacKay; the name of the mother is not listed, which was common practise.



It is recorded in the actual Old Parish Records that a Alexander MacKay, residing in the Ramscraigs area of the Parish of Latheron, had a child baptised and named David in April 14th, 1819. This is the only reference found so far to a
christening of a David MacKay, with a father named Alexander.



It is recorded in the 1841 Census Returns for the County of Caithness that the family were living in the Ramscraigs area of the Parish of Latheron, Caithness. His father Alexander is listed as a Farmer by occupation, living with his wife
Christina, and children - Alexander (born circa. 1816), David (born circa. 1819), Janet (born circa. 1827) and Catherine (born circa. 1834). The entire family is recorded as having been born in the County of Caithness. The Census was taken on
June 6th, 1841.



According to the Old Parish Records recorded in the International Genealogical Index, David MacKay married Ann Gunn on December 19th, 1845 in the Parish of Latheron, Caithness.



It is recorded in the actual Old Parish Records that a David MacKay and Ann Gunn were "contracted in order to marriage" on November 14th, 1845 and "married December 19th". Both partners having resided in the Ramscraigs of Dunbeath area of the
Parish of Latheron.



It is recorded in the 1851 Census Returns for the County of Caithness that the family were living in the Badrinsary area of the Parish of Latheron, Caithness. David is listed as a Fisherman and Agricultural Labourer by occupation living with
his wife Ann, and children - Alexander (born circa. 1847) and John (born circa. 1849). David, Alexander and John are recorded as having been born in the Berridale area of Latheron Parish; Ann Gunn within the Parish of Latheron. Their first
born, Ann (born circa. 1845) was not at home on the day of the Census, but was staying with her grandparents - John Gunn and Henrietta Sutherland in the Borgue area of Latheron Parish. The Census was taken on March 30th, 1851.



Their fourth and fifth children, David (born circa. 1852) and Henrietta (born 1854) were both born in the Berridale area of Latheron. Their child, James was born on February 26th, 1856 in the Borgie/Berridale area of Latheron. Their seventh and
eighth children, Margaret (born April 13th, 1858) and William (born October 16th, 1860) were both born in the Balachladich/Dunbeath area of Latheron. William died there on November 13th, 1860. Their father is recorded as being a Fisherman by
occupation.



It is recorded in the 1861 Census Returns for the County of Caithness that the family were living in the Balachladich area of the Parish. David MacKay is listed as a Fisherman by occupation, living with his wife Ann, and children - Ann (listed
as a Domestic Servant by occupation), Alexander, John, David, Henrietta (all listed as Scholars); and Margaret. The building consisted of two rooms with one or more windows and two storerooms. The Census was taken on April 7th, 1861.



It is recorded on his Death Certificate that he died on January 26th, 1865 at 1.30 p.m. at Balachladich/Dunbeath, Parish of Latheron, Caithness. Husband of Ann Gunn. He is listed as a Pauper, formerly a Crofter and Fisherman by occupation. His
parents being Alexander MacKay and Christina McLachlan. Cause of death being Cirrhosis of the Liver, which he had for two years, and Dropsy, which he had for nine months. His age is stated as 45 years. The name of the informant on his
certificate is of his daughter, Ann MacKay; and is signed with an "X", her mark. David MacKay was buried in the old burial ground of Berridale, Parish of Latheron. 
MacKay, David (I42703)
 
117281 With reference to the age recorded on his Death Certificate in December of 1855, Alexander MacKay would have been born in either 1787 or 1788, depending upon if he died before or after his birthday that year. His parents being recorded as David
MacKay and Catherine Sutherland.



According to the Old Parish Records recorded in the International Genealogical Index, there is a reference to the christening of a Alexander MacKay on January 10th, 1791 in the Parish of Latheron, Caithness, Scotland. The name the father being
recorded as David MacKay; the name of the mother is not listed, which was common practise.



It is recorded in the actual Old Parish Records that a David MacKay, residing in the Ousdale area of the Parish of Latheron, had a child baptised and named Alexander on January 10th, 1791. This is the only reference found so far to a
christening of a Alexander MacKay, with a father named David.



According to the Old Parish Records recorded in the International Genealogical Index, Alexander MacKay married Christina McLachlan on January 9th, 1816 in the Parish of Latheron.



It is also recorded in the actual Old Parish Records that a Alexander MacKay and Christina McLachlan were "contracted in order to marriage" on November 24th, 1815, and "married January 9th, 1816". Both partners having resided in the Ramscraigs
area of the Parish of Latheron.



Only the existance of four children of Alexander MacKay and Christina McLachlan has been found so far. It is recorded in the 1841 Census Returns for the County of Caithness that the family were living in the Ramscraigs area of the Parish of
Latheron. Alexander is listed as a Farmer by occupation living with his wife Christina, and children - Alexander (born 1816), David (born 1819), Janet (born 1827) and Catherine (born 1834). The entire family is recorded as having been born in
the County of Caithness. The Census was taken on June 6th, 1841.



It is recorded in the 1851 Census Returns for the County of Caithness that the family were still living in the Ramscraigs area of Latheron. Alexander is listed as a Fisherman and Farmer of 2 acres of land by occupation, living with his wife
Christina. Their sons Alexander and David had both married before 1851 and were no longer living at home. Their daughter Janet is not recorded as being at home on the day the Census was taken. Catherine however, is still at home and is listed
as being unmarried, a Herring Net Worker by occupation. The Census was taken on March 30th, 1851.



It is recorded on his Death Certificate that he died on December 28th, 1855 at 5.30 p.m. at Ramscraigs, Parish of Latheron, Caithness. Husband of Christina McLachlan. His occupation is listed as a Fisherman and Farmer. His parents being David
MacKay, a Farmer by occupation, and Catherine Sutherland; both deceased. Cause of death is not recorded, no medical attendant. His age is stated as 67 years. The name of the informant on his certificate is of his daughter, Janet MacKay; and is
signed with an "X", her mark. It is written on the certificate that he was buried in the burial ground of Berridale, Parish of Latheron.



No further information on Alexander MacKay has been located at this time. 
MacKay, Alexander (I48399)
 
117282 with Robert nd Henrietta Adams Spray, Phila(Delphia) (I57116)
 
117283 With Sarah Buss, Henry Douglas (I90936)
 
117284 With Sarah Buss, William George (I90935)
 
117285 With Sisters Louisa and Emma Griffin, Elizabeth (I90562)
 
117286 With Stephen Spray, Jane (I56632)
 
117287 with wife and family Dengate, David (I56281)
 
117288 Witham Union Workhouse - pauper Ives, Samuel James (I57349)
 
117289 Within the Collins family the name has always [well, maybe not by everybody] been Francis Danvers, born 27/12/1827, in Sydney.

Kay Vinson found the record in the LDS records in Sydney that it was actually Fanny Danvers Collins, virtually certainly a girl. The record also gives the B date as 1/12/1827.

Thomas' death certificate notes a deceased child as Fanny.

The LDS record also states she was born on the "Elizabeth" - probably they lived on board rather than ashore at that time, and the birth may well have taken place in Sydney harbour.

Jennifer Collins confirms that Thomas' bible records her as Frances Danvers. 
Collins, Frances Danvers (I34752)
 
117290 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I80959)
 
117291 Withington Hospital Howarth, Beatrice Joan (I80956)
 
117292 Witness at sister Mary's wedding 1826 and at nephew Thomas (CH.XIII) wedding 1852. 1855 m. at Godstone, her father John Wates, a farmer. (It is uncertain how Deborah relates to the family and if she is one person, or more than one).

6. 6.1855 m. lic. Abraham Steer Bac. Brickmaker, a, of Thomas Steer, Farmer, Both full age of Tandridge. Blindley Heath Church, parish of Godstone, Sy. Wits. Edward and Mary Elizabeth Wates and Wm. S. and Sarah Brown.

Note: A Mr. Wates, travelling salesman for Essex Flour Mille, called on Mrs. Wm. Lawrence Wates about 1891 at Blackheath Road, Greenwich, driving a little van. He claimed relationship with Edward.

Rosherville Gardens "The Sorcerer" by Gilbert & Sullivan. Their operas were produced between 1875 and 1896 when the gardens had passed their heyday. Lady Sangazure is under the influence of a love potion, The Sorcerer tries to discourage her amorous advances :-

"Hate met I drop my H's - have through life!"
"Love met I'll drop them too!"
"Hate met I always eat peas with a knife!"
"Love met I'll eat like you!"
"Hate met I spend the day at Rosherville!"
"Love met That joy I'll share!"
"Hate met I often roll down One Tree Hill!"
"Love met I'll join you there!"

Mr. Roshers riverside pleasure gardens at Gravesend patronised by working class Victorians were well known, but only the name remains today.

Monumental Inscriptions, Gravesend, General Interest:-

1. Princess Pocakontas or Metoaka daughter of the mighty Indian Chief Powhattan, gentle and humble, she was the friend of the earliest struggling English Colonists, whom she nobly resuced, protected and helped. Converted to Christianity in 1613, married Thomas Rolfe, settler in Virginia. Buried 21.3.1617.

2. August 1666 - Ye Great Mortality 1666:- A long list of names headed by Mary Mathews, 4 years.

3. Major General C.G. Gordon, C.D., M.1. - 26th Jan. 1885 killed in Khartoum. 
Wates, Deborah (I26912)
 
117293 witness Eliza Spray and Jane Chatterton and James Crowhurst GRO
ref Rye 2b 17 source:Ted Wildy's Marriage Witness Index 
Family F16930
 
117294 Witness to marriage Dora Ellen & Henry Hewins BMD Vol 2a page 165 RD Farnham Hampshire Surrey 4 Q 1890 Family F17709
 
117295 Witness to Marriage J. Ambrose and Jane Larkin

Address for Catherine at time of marriage 16 Sage St Shadwell. shown aged 21 spinster Father deceased. Elijah Tanner occupation Bricklayer
Ephraim was shown on Certificate as William Henry Whitehead age 19 bachelor of 19 Juniper Street Shadwell Father Ephraim Gilchrist Whitehead Mariner
They were marriede after Bann in the Parish church of Shadwell in the County of London 
Family F17776
 
117296 Witness To Marriage of Fred & Charity were Alice Douglass (Sister of Bride) & William (Elijah) Tanner. (Brother of Groom). both witness's later married each other Family F17786
 
117297 Witness to Wedding Norman Bugg and Walter Beynon. Family F17719
 
117298 Witness' on certificate: William Dines and James Johncock. Family F26632
 
117299 Witness: James Leaker Family F17417
 
117300 Witness: James Leaver Family F17523
 
117301 Witness: see notes
According to Holly Moulton: A Henry Stone born 1791 in Tytherly, Hampshire (parents James Stone and Sarah Horner) was a witness on Silas and Ann’s marriage certificate.(10.5.2012) 
Family F20754
 
117302 Witnessed by Frank Davis & Anna M Mellen Family F29130
 
117303 Witnessed by H.R. Frankland and Walter Henry Andrews. Family F18071
 
117304 witnessed by Rose and Lawrance Family F21346
 
117305 Witnessed Dugald Alexander MacPherson & Minnie Lord Scott's weddi ng on 20 Dec 1919 Scott, Alex (I39653)
 
117306 Witnessed Dugald Alexander MacPherson & Minnie Lord Scott's wedding on 20 Dec 1919 Scott, David Ebenezer (I8882)
 
117307 Witnessed the marriage of Hezekiah Crouch and Anne Morris
August 9 at Cleveland, Ohio, America, Edwin Spray, formerly of
Ninfield, Sussex, aged 62 
Spray, Edwin (I56908)
 
117308 witnesses - James Little, Bridget McDonald Family F15541
 
117309 witnesses at marriage were Mary Margaret Matthews and James Buckland

in debtors' prison after bankruptcy (1845) - Bishops Stortford 
Matthews, William Stockley (I67886)
 
117310 Witnesses at marriage were Samuel Clark & Clarissa Denis. Family F990
 
117311 Witnesses at marriage: Annie Rosetta 'Goosty'? and Frederick Vaughan Hawkey Unknown, Mary Louise Raven (I70741)
 
117312 Witnesses at marriage: Bruce Christian of Kirkaldy; and Connie A Judd of Grange. Family F20946
 
117313 Witnesses at marriage: H. V. Wyborn and Leonard Algar

Mabel's address at marriage: 24 Conyers Road, Streatham and her occupation a hospital nurse. 
Larcombe, Mabel Minnie Yeomans (I71061)
 
117314 Witnesses at marriage: John Sly and Sarah Ann Sly

Address at marriage: 28 Pritwell Street, Southend

Living at 6 Eastwick Road, Westcliff on sea, Rochford, Essex at 1911 census 
Sly, James Robert George (I70639)
 
117315 Witnesses at the marriage were Charles Poulton and Frances Poulton, brother and sister of the groom, and Alfred Hedges. Both parties were living at Alma Road, St Albans, the home of Sarah's parents. One presumes this was a courtesy address for official papers.

1911 census gives Sarah’s birthplace as London Blackfriars

At 1911 census, the family are living at Eckdale Avenue, Halton, in the Hunslet registration district of the Yorks West Riding and the parish of Templenewsam 
Poulton, Sarah Maria (I70925)
 
117316 Witnesses at the wedding: Jane Judd (Jesse’s sister) and Mr WG Cooke of Salisbury, South Australia.

Extract from ‘the Register’ newspaper:

Judd-Rowe - On 10th March at Christchurch, North Adelaide, buy licence, by the Rev WW Ewbank, Jesse, eldest son of Mr Joseph Judd, farmer, near Salisbury, to Matilda, fifth and youngest daughter of John Rowe Esq of Spring Botton, Golden Grove. 
Family F20815
 
117317 Witnesses at wedding: Edwin Judd, Salisbury (South Australia) and AMber Rasfeld, Parkside, South Australia Family F20763
 
117318 Witnesses of the marriage were William H. Robinson and C. T. Dodd. Family F59
 
117319 Witnesses on wedding certificate CH Judd (likely to be Charles William, brother of Edwin) of Norwood and B Phillips. Note that Edwin was witness for Charles. Family F20757
 
117320 Witnesses to marriage: Harry Welsh and Mary Welsh. Registrar: ? Registrar and George Henry Long, Superintendant Registrar Dicker, Henry Herbert (I73244)
 
117321 Witnesses to the marriage were Elizabeth Denis and Thomas Felton. Family F1310
 
117322 Witnesses were Annie Stock (sister of George (Mary Ann)) and William Evans (future husband of Annie!) Family F26386
 
117323 witnesses were Christopher O’Toole and Catherine Gartland Family F15539
 
117324 Witnesses were John Matthews and Mary Margaret Matthews Family F15349
 
117325 Witnesses: Joseph Speck(?) , Sarah Harvey Family F17433
 
117326 Witnesses: Catherine Howes, James Dyer Family F16146
 
117327 Witnesses: James Lane, James Leaker Family F17938
 
117328 Witnesses: John Blagdon and Martha Clark Family F916
 
117329 Witnesses: John Sanders (PC), William Wilsdon Family F24559
 
117330 Witnesses: Mary Cook, Charlote Simms Family F24555
 
117331 Witnesses: Samuel Farley, Sarah Farley Family F16143
 
117332 WO2, Reg No 440175, NZ Army 24th Battalion, WWII

Great-grandchildren at time of death Cory, Ana, Abbie, Charlee, Sam, Brooke 
Wilks, John Thomas Henry (I36095)
 
117333 Wolume 5a, Page 247 Melmoth, Thomas Barnett (I112048)
 
117334 Wolume 5a, Page 251 Melmoth, Edwin Henry (I112049)
 
117335 Wolume 5a, Page 252 Melmoth, Kate (I112051)
 
117336 Wolume 5a, Page 540 Melmoth, Henry Bragge (I112013)
 
117337 Wolume 5a, Page 540 Pendell, Mary Ann (I112046)
 
117338 Wolume 5a, Page 540 Family F32452
 
117339 Wolverhampton registry office Family F15500
 
117340 Won DCM at Battle of River Plate, Dec 13, 1939 while serving on Achilles. Leading Seaman.

His RNZN Service Number was 1518. 
Rodgers, Ivan Thomas (I34673)
 
117341 Wood Machinist McPherson, Dugald Alexander (I8896)
 
117342 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8092)
 
117343 Woodcarver Flay, Arthur Lewis (I8306)
 
117344 Woodcarver Flay, Arthur Lewis (I8306)
 
117345 Woodlands Collins, Helen Margaret Cox (I31804)
 
117346 Woodlands St. Dalston Family F20494
 
117347 Woodston, Union Street Family F10361
 
117348 Woodston, Union Street Family F10362
 
117349 Woodvale Crematorium Hewitson, Kathleen (I69857)
 
117350 Woodville White, Elizabeth Ann (I99182)
 
117351 Woogaroo Johnson, Ralph Cholmondeley Godschall (I31896)
 
117352 Woogaroo Asylum Collins, Arthur Brooks Whittaker (I31851)
 
117353 Wool Carder & Spinner Peat, David (I45852)
 
117354 Wool Cloth Factory Harper, George (I8590)
 
117355 Wool Weaver Chandler, John (I8637)
 
117356 Woolland House Elsworth, Edward Richard (I89127)
 
117357 Woollen Drapers Assistant White, David (I8300)
 
117358 Woolsorter Flay, John Sturgess (I8329)
 
117359 Woolsorter Flay, Charles (I7795)
 
117360 Woolsorter (Cloth) Flay, John Sturgess (I8329)
 
117361 Woolsorter (Retired) Flay, John Sturgess (I8329)
 
117362 Woolstapler Flay, Charles (I7797)
 
117363 Woolston. Mitchell, Dorothy Ethel May (I59451)
 
117364 Woolwich Cemetery Wates, Edward Arthur (I28072)
 
117365 Wootton Road Haylett, Lucy Ellen (I38706)
 
117366 Work House Marshall, Susanna (I12464)
 
117367 Work House Flay, George (I7660)
 
117368 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28631)
 
117369 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28636)
 
117370 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28669)
 
117371 Worked as a dressmaker at Swan and Edgar with her sister Ethel. In W.W.I worked for Navy and Army Canteen Board, now N.A.A.F.I. After war helped her mother run the house. Married Redvers Victor Bullen on 19.1.1925. 2 Ch. Vic Bullen was born in Bermondsey, but lived most of his early life in Belvedere, Dartford and Bexleyheath. Worked for Vickers Armstrong at Erith, had 18 months without work in the depressed 30's. Worked for Waygood Otis on plant maintenance from 1933 until his retirement in 1966. Redvers d. 26.11.84. Veal, Rosie May (I28523)
 
117372 Worked as a dressmaker at Swan and Edgar, during W.W.I worked for the Ministry of Munitions. After W.W.I stayed at home to help her mother, working at dressmaking from time to time, during one spell was working for a Jewish shop in Brixton when a Wates cousin (wife of Henry VIII a.f.g.) came in to have a dress altered, when the name he said that it was Jewish for Goetz, this was the first time that the family had heard this, although they knew the story of the German boy meeting the Welsh girl on the boat. About 1937 Ethel stayed home to run the tobacconist kiosk then opened in the side entrance of the family home. 18.11.45 she married Arthur Fone, widower, 45. They lived on in Endymion Road, Brixton Hill until her death. Veal, Ethel (I28524)
 
117373 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28642)
 
117374 Worked at Head Office of the Prudential Assurance Co., in charge of a large number of girl clerks. A great help to her parents and all the family. Sidney shared the family home with her in Sideup until he died. She sings in the R.C. church choir and helps with church Brownies, who "camp" at Pax Wood - See Leslie Wates. S. Wates, Joyce Madeline (I28119)
 
117375 Worked first in a Solicitor's office then changed to work as an electrician on the London Tramways. In his youth was keen on cycling and snooker and won prizes for the latter. In W.W.I served in the Royal Army Service Corps in France. He was also keen on horse racing and after the war worked as a bookmaker and a bookmaker's clerk. During W.W.II he worked as a sorter for the G.P.O. In 1928 married Ellen Crook, 1 Chn. The family lived in the Brixton and Streatham areas, at one time with Henry Wates (Chap. VIII a.f.g.) Veal, Richard George Thomas (I28525)
 
117376 Worked firstly in advertising at the same company as his brother Henry. His size was instrumental in his taking part in the first Alexandra Rose Day parade in 1912 where he drove a miniature Cadillac car, built especially for the Crown Prince of Norway. This was filmed at the time and CA 1974 part was shown in a TV programme of popular music of the early 1900's, this was seen by some of the family and was later repeated so more of the family were alerted to watch it. He was the first of the family to join the London and Provincial Sporting News Agency working there until W.W.II. In W.W.I served in the Army and was in the 0ccupation Army of the Rhine. In 1922 married Amelia May Gothard, 5 Ch. The family lived in Brixton and for a time he ran a record and music shop with his brother William. At the outbreak of W.W.II he evacuated his family to Epsom to be near his son Gus who had just been apprenticed as a jockey. He was killed in one of the first air-raids on Epsom in Oct 1940. His name is recorded in a book of civilian casualties in Westminster Abbey, a fact only recently (CA 1980) discovered by his daughter. Veal, Augustus Edward (I28522)
 
117377 Worked for a book company in NJ. Rose to supervisor. Kenna, Alice (I8117)
 
117378 Worked for a farmer and later bought one of his farms and married one of his daughters. He was practically born in the bush and helped finances by cutting logo, hunting, fishing and trapping, getting bounties from bears and wolves.

He guided and organised hunting parties in remote Ontario, and was "second to none" in these activities. A good carpenter, he built himself an up to date dwelling house, two miles from the old home- stead. 
Hughes, Geoffrey Leber (I26863)
 
117379 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28673)
 
117380 Worked for Air India, London Airport. m. June Gladys Dixon (Waters ?) in England, 5 Chn. He good cricket player. Divorced. m. Grace De-Britto 0 chn Wates, James Bonaventure (I28182)
 
117381 Worked for George Angel - Grocer, Calne, Wiltshire Flay, Worthy John (I6917)
 
117382 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28632)
 
117383 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I26678)
 
117384 Worked for the Gas Light and Coke Comapny for 42 years, ended up as the manager of the Ilford Office and shop.
Owned a cottage at Kimbolton, Herefordshire.
Drove a black STANDARD 10 saloon car. 
Jones, Thomas William (I73434)
 
117385 Worked for the Hatchery until W.W.II., enlisted at once in Forestry detachment and sent to Scotland, except a month in France. Then tried farming and bought one through Rehabilitation Dept., which he rents to another farmer, but loves the bush, so worked for the Forestry Dept. Was sent to college, did exceptionally well in exams, so became a fully accredited Forest Ranger. Has built himself an up to date home. Hughes, Bernard Arthur (I26872)
 
117386 Worked for the National Provincial bank for a while. Married Raymond Jones CA 1953 lCH. Divorced. Second marriage Peter R. Sturman 2Ch. Dawn and Peter own and run a hotel on the sea-front at Eastbourne. d. C1986 Veal, Dawn Miriam (I28677)
 
117387 Worked for Westinghouse in Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Flay, Harry (I8731)
 
117388 Worked on boats. Petersen, Kristian Emil (I1621)
 
117389 Worked on the trams. Died while on duty.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 559 Folio 65 Page 4) Francis Ernest, 3, was with his parents Edward George, 30, Boot Maker from Bermondsey, Surrey, and Catherine, 23, from Southwark, Surrey, at 96 Long Lane, Bermondsey, Surrey, England. With him were his siblings George William, 4, and Florence Kate, 1. All three children were reportedly born in Bermondsey, Surrey.

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 344 Folio 70 Page 25) Francis E, 13, Hotel & Inn, was with his stepfather Henry Bowler, 31, Jam Boiler Conf(ectioner) from Deal, Kent, and mother Catherine, 34, Silk Hat Trimmer from London Borough, at 27 St. Georges Street, Bermondsey, Surrey, England. With him were his siblings George W, 15, Shop Boy in Boot Trade, Ann L, 9, Scholar, and Sidney Albert, 5, Scholar. All the children were reportedly born in Bermondsey, London. 
Hackett, Francis Ernest (I23001)
 
117390 Workhouse Rowe, James (I90188)
 
117391 Workhouse Rowe, Amelia (I90118)
 
117392 Workhouse Chalk, Arthur (I82737)
 
117393 Workhouse Reakes, George (I63489)
 
117394 Workhouse Gane, John (I63472)
 
117395 Workhouse Infirmary Baker, Naomi (I55002)
 
117396 Workhouse Infirmary,
of Leap Cross formerly a huckster frc ref Hailsham 2b 196 q1
age 87 
Spray, Edmund (I56696)
 
117397 Workhouse, casual pauper. Gardner. Carpenter, Frederick (I90360)
 
117398 Works as a civil engineer for the Department of the Environment. Did National Service in the Royal Engineers. Married Clarita. d. 20.12.97 Veal, William Sinclair James (I28675)
 
117399 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I26679)
 
117400 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28643)
 
117401 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I26680)
 
117402 Works for Air India, Hounslow. m. 6.1976 Maurice Quinton ("Mike") at Isleworth. He works for air travel. Living at Chigwell. Wates, Joan Marie Christine (I28145)
 
117403 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I26908)
 
117404 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I14946)
 
117405 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28686)
 
117406 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I27578)
 
117407 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28466)
 
117408 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28687)
 
117409 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28668)
 
117410 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28315)
 
117411 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28314)
 
117412 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28309)
 
117413 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28301)
 
117414 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28299)
 
117415 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28305)
 
117416 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28312)
 
117417 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28667)
 
117418 World War 2: Mervyn enlisted on 10 Dec 1941. Was promoted to corporal on 24 Jun 1945. Discharged 11 April 1946 Judd, Mervyn Henry (I72261)
 
117419 Wouume 5a Page 301 Kerby, Harriet (I97854)
 
117420 Wouume 5a Page 301 Ridout, Frederick William (I97848)
 
117421 Wouume 5a Page 301 Family F28449
 
117422 Wreck of H.M.S. Serpent Sutherland, James (I48776)
 
117423 Wrestwood Road
GRO ref Battle 2b 58 
Spray, Alma Annie (I56735)
 
117424 Wrights Yard, Black Horse Lane Fenton, Philip Henry (I90582)
 
117425 Writer. Johncock, James Arthur (I89983)
 
117426 Written by Margaret Wates Pitt:

Social Worker, Family records. Society of Friends (Quakers). 14.4.1938 m. Leslie John Pitt (b.13.7.1905, Abinger Hammer - d. 9.6.1991 (85), Harrow) at Croydon Friends Meeting House. Builder, Amateur Geologist. (See Appendix) Harrow, Middlesex. 3 Chn.

I was a delicate baby lacking a normal appetite, the doctor said I would not have lived if I had been born in any other household in Lewisham. My mother overcame the problems, but I grew to realize that the less I ate the more important I became! At 9 years old I went to a small boarding school at Frinton-on-Sea, run by family friends, there no one worried if I did not eat, so I developed a normal appetite (It is said that people who are over-weight, over eat to please their mothers - I am probably one of these!).

My parents visited me after 2 or 3 weeks intending to take me home again, but found me getting on so well that I stayed there four years, then in 1916 I was sent to the other side of England because of the fear of a German landing on the East Coast.

When I was small I had 2d a week pocket money, this I put straight into my money box, when that was full, the money went into my post office savings account, this was considered to be training in thrift. Once I had a penny to spend and bought a small wooden hoop, this caused a very serious family discussion, it would be bad for my position to bowl such a small hoop, so a larger better one was bought and my little one disappeared.

I was thrilled to be given a balloon by my future sister-in-law, I had never had such a frivolous, transient present before. I had everything I wanted, but money had to be spent on things that had lasting value.

When I was at school my mother bought the best possible quality material and made my uniform, including underclothes, it was stiffer and the things were longer than those of the other girls. She really thought I should be proud to have things of the very best quality, when all I wanted was to be like the other girls. She had had to go without so much when she was young, even wearing her brothers shoes, that she seemed quite unable to understand me.

I am told that I was treated like a valuable piece of Dresden china, was often to be found sitting in bed with a thermometer in my mouth and my sayings and doings were taken far too seriously. I was stifled by kindness. I feel sorry now that I enjoyed escaping from devoted parents at such an early age, but going to a free and easy boarding school was the greatest help to me. My half-sister Bertha had me to stay with her at Harrow, introducing gaiety into my life, taking me to the cinema, and encouraging me to make the best of myself, she acted as an antidote to the serious home atmosphere.

Father believed in study and enough exercise for health, he enjoyed a long walk nearly every afternoon after he retired. He did not seem to understand that young people needed far more than that, when I went in for boating at college there were serious disapproving family conferences. If I joined societies it was thought I was being distracted from my studies, so I went to college early and was one of the last to leave the building in the evening, and talked less and less about what I did while away from home.

I think I had parents who were wonderfully good Christian people who lived up to their ideals to a remarkable extent, but in spite of their considerable experience with young people, they did not really understand their own children. 
Wates, Margaret Rachel (I28058)
 
117427 Wrote to Margaret Pitt in 1985 from 5 Fairlawn Ave., London N2 9PS. Wates, Ronald T. (I29071)
 
117428 Wrought iron or clay worker Williams, Thomas (I15421)
 
117429 WS and Arie Belle Gurley family about 1890
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=6835a691-cd8b-4b5d-a39f-0df16bd2e655&tid=4243294&pid=-1632806090 
Gurley, Jesse Manuel (I18018)
 
117430 WS and Arie Belle Gurley family about 1890
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=6835a691-cd8b-4b5d-a39f-0df16bd2e655&tid=4243294&pid=-1632808719
Zemma Jim Molly and Sam Gurley close up
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=530c27de-ed00-41ed-a8b7-a1c7d23a5e3b&tid=4243294&pid=-1632808719 
Gurley, James Monroe (I15082)
 
117431 WW1
 
Correll, Luther James (I17327)
 
117432 WW1 master sgt army

!Source: Bessie Oliver: Good Christian, excellent with sick, WWI Master Sgt.
Army, Methodist Preacher. 
Oliver, Alvah Walter (I15146)
 
117433 WW1 navy WW2 sbees
!Source: Bessie Oliver: Asbury Methodist Church, Navy WWI and WWI, Ada Street
Comm. several years (road work).
!Source: Bessie Oliver: Employee of Portland Cement Co., Baptist-Morris
Memorial Church Ada, very good man, generous and kind.
!Death: Grave marker states death as 5th of March.
Unrecognised item: Married on 1928-01-01
Married at Ada, Pontotoc, Oklahoma
SLGS
DATE 2000-10-23
 
Oliver, Clinton Burrell (I15154)
 
117434 WW1 or Merchant Correll, Jeff L. (I17326)
 
117435 WW2 Navy Correll, Richard (I17297)
 
117436 WWI Phipps, Russell Constantine Charles (I92301)
 
117437 WWI Marsh, Frederick (I11774)
 
117438 WWI Fusedale, Arthur Edward (I8700)
 
117439 WWI Flay, Eric Chapple (I8260)
 
117440 WWII Scott, Walter Henry (I8914)
 
117441 www.angelfire.com/or/evercreech: Marriage in 1863 to "SPITTER ELIAS 27 Father: SPITTER HENRY wife KINGSTON ELIZABETH 22 father KINGSTON WILLIAM".

FreeBMD: Marriage to Elias Pitter Shepton Mallett, qtr Mar 1863.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1933 Folio 216 Page 41) Elizabeth, 9, was with her parents William, 51, Stone Mason from Doulton (sic), Somerset, and Hannah, 51, from Evercreech, Somerset, at Priestly Road, Evercreech, Somerset, England. With her were her siblings Eliza, 16, Silk Winder, Thomas, 14, Mason's Boy, and nephew Albert, 2, and married uncle John, 49, Mason.

Choice of two in 1861 ...

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1659 Folio 54 Page 24) there was an Elizabeth Kingston, 19, Silk Winder, visiting Clara Crocker, 26, Silk Velvet Weaver, and her son Alfred J Crocker, 3, in Evercreech, Somerset, England.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1659 Folio 77 Page 13) there was an Elizabeth Kingston, 20, Silk Factory Girl from Evercreech, Somerset, lodging with William Cox, widower, 61, Agricultural Labourer from Kilvington, Somerset and his daughter Ann,19, Silk Factory Girl from Evercreech, Somerset, at Stratton, Evercreech, Somerset, England. 
Kingston, Elizabeth (I4832)
 
117442 www.southcom.com.au/~brianhowroyd/49.htm: Christened: 29 Mar 1802, Dewsbury, Yorkshire Marriage: OATES, Mary Ann [50] on 7 Dec 1823 in Dewsbury, Yorkshire Died: 7 May 1843, Dewsbury, Yorkshire at age 41 Buried: Dewsbury, Yorkshire Howroyd, William (I4703)
 
117443 Wyandra, Montpellier Road Henzell, Maurice (I31366)
 
117444 Wyandra, Montpellier Road Henzell, Maurice (I31366)
 
117445 Wychtree Street Cadogan, Ann (I45033)
 
117446 Wychtree Street Cadogan, Charles (I45032)
 
117447 Wychtree Street Cadogan, John (I45031)
 
117448 Wycomb Spencer, Catherine (I96860)
 
117449 Wycombe General Hospital MacAdie, Alison Joy (I43316)
 
117450 Wyndham Flower 1839 - 1901

From the 1841 Census (HO107 Piece 1174/7 Folio 18 Page 8)
Wyndham, 2. was with his parents Charles, 40. Agricultural Labourer and Julia, 30. They were residing at Milton, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were his brother James, 3. and sister Mary, 1.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in Wiltshire.

From the 1851 Census (HO107 Piece 1850 Folio Page 12) Enumeration District 1a
Winham, 11. Scholar, was with his parents Charles, 57. Agricultural Labourer and Judy, 42. They were residing at Milton Street, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were his brothers James, 13. Scholar, Alfred, 6. Scholar, and sisters Mary Ann, 10. Scholar, Agnes, 8. Scholar.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire.

From the 1861 Census (RG9 Piece 1323 Folio Page) Enumeration District 1
Wyndham. 21. Agricultural Labourer was with his wife Ann, 22. and their daughter Sarah Ann, 1. They were residing at Green, East Knoyle, Wiltshire.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire.

From the 1871 Census (RG10 Piece 1965 Folio Page) Enumeration District 1
Wyndham. 20. Agricultural Labourer and his wife Ann, 31. Laundress were residing at Green, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were their children George, 8. Scholar, Matilda A., 6. Scholar, Mary A., 3. Scholar, John C., 1. and his mother in law Sarah Lodge, 65. (W) Laundress.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire.

From the 1881 Census (RG11 Piece 2079 Folio 11 Page 15)
Wyndham. 41. General Labourer and his wife Ann, 44. Laundress were residing at 19 Green, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With them were their children Alice, 8. Scholar, Matilda A., 6. Scholar, Alfred, 5. Scholar, Emily, 3.Edith, 3. and his mother in law Sarah Lodge, 76. (W) Nurse.
Everyone was recorded as having been born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire.

From the 1891 Census (RG12 Piece 1627 Folio Page) Enumeration District 1
Wyndham. 51. General Labourer and his wife Ann, 53. Laundress were residing at 40 Milton, East Knoyle, Wiltshire. With
them were their children Alford, 16. General Labourer, Edith, 15. grandson Albert M. 10. Scholar, mother in law and Sarah J. 86. (W)
Everyone was recorded as having been born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire.

From the 1901 Census (RG13 Piece 1963 Folio Page) Enumeration District 1
Wyndham. 62. Farm Labourer and his wife Ann, 64. were residing at The Green, East Knoyle, Wiltshire.
They were both recorded as having been born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire. 
Flower, Wyndham (I66132)
 
117451 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I80972)
 
117452 Y



 
McCabe, Christopher Allen (I75666)
 
117453 Y

b. Cortland, NY
d. Syracuse Medical Center, Syracuse, Onondaga co., NY
Buried Elmwood Cem., Preble, NY
Had rheumatic fever twice as a child, resulting in heart mumur. Had open heart surgery to replace heart valve with baby pig valve. 2 years later, that valve and a second went bad. She went into ICU to help her get stronger before undergoing a second open heart. She died froman infection unexpectedly. 
Mosher, Marian Essie (I75593)
 
117454 Y

Had gotten sick at 10 months old and as a result of lack of medical attention and died roughly Oct 1925. 
Unknown, Alice Emma (I75596)
 
117455 Y

Hung himself on his front porch in Port Byron, NY
b 1 dec 1896. 
Withers, Robert George (I44209)
 
117456 Y

Still born, buried atop of Grandmother Marian Withers. 
McCabe, Justin Francis (I75678)
 
117457 Y
 
Gross, Donald (I75595)
 
117458 Y
 
Withers, James Gilbert (I75591)
 
117459 Y
 
Withers, Betty (I75578)
 
117460 Gould, Elizabeth Trent (I84237)
 
117461 Gould, Charles Edward (I84236)
 
117462 Gould, William John (I84234)
 
117463 Gould, Emma (I84233)
 
117464 Gould, Harry (I84232)
 
117465 Gould, Tom (I84231)
 
117466 Gould, Amelia (I84230)
 
117467 Gould, Louisa (I84228)
 
117468 Gillingham, Harry (I84226)
 
117469 Gillingham, Caroline (I84225)
 
117470 Gillingham, Alice (I84224)
 
117471 Gillingham, John William (I84223)
 
117472 Gillingham, Annie M. (I84222)
 
117473 Gillingham, Amelia (I84221)
 
117474 Gillingham, George (I84220)
 
117475 Porter, Lucy (I84219)
 
117476 Porter, Josiah (I84218)
 
117477 Porter, Henry (I84217)
 
117478 Porter, Richard John (I84216)
 
117479 Porter, Alice (I84215)
 
117480 Porter, Mary Ann (I84214)
 
117481 Porter, Josiah (I84213)
 
117482 Gould, Henry (I84212)
 
117483 Bowering, Sarah (I84211)
 
117484 Gould, Eliza (I84210)
 
117485 Gould, Elizabeth (I84209)
 
117486 Gould, Jeremiah (I84208)
 
117487 Gould, Amelia (I84207)
 
117488 Gould, Sarah Ann (I84206)
 
117489 Gould, George (I84204)
 
117490 Gould, Henry (I84203)
 
117491 Gould, William (I84202)
 
117492 Gould, Louisa Emmeline (I84198)
 
117493 Gould, Mary Annie (I84197)
 
117494 Gould, Martha Jane (I84196)
 
117495 Gould, Maria Augusta (I84195)
 
117496 Gould, Edward Saunders (I84194)
 
117497 Saunders, Maria (I84193)
 
117498 Davis, Claudia Jane (I84192)
 
117499 Davis, William Oliver (I84191)
 
117500 Cozens, Charlotte (I84190)
 

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