Cazaly ~ Fourth Generation

    Issue of Marie Anne Louise CAZALY and John Henry Cesar COLOMB  
1.   Baby COLOMB
(Gender not known. Details from PC, family knowledge, 1833 will of Mary Ann Cazaly.)
 
2.   Charlotte Adelaide Sophie COLOMB
Born 6 Nov 1806, bap 3 Dec 1806 at Threadneedle Street French Huguenot London, Charlotte Adelaide Sophie, dau of Jean Henri Cesar Colomb & Marie Anne Louise Cazaly (ref FamilySearch C04903-2). Sponsors were Guillaume Cazaly Grandpere, and Marguerete Colomb nee Bondou (?) Grandmere representing her aunt Charlotte Marguerete Cazaly (ref Ancestry Non-Conformist Registers).
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3.   Jean Cléon "Ariste" COLOMB
Born c1813 (all details ref PC from family source in France).
Believed to have lived at Anduza in the Sevenne Mountains.

Marr Pauline Marie Susanne GAYRAUD who was born 1811, died 1864 in France.


    Children:  
  1. Amelie Leontine "Alida" COLOMB born 1836 in France  
  2. Henri COLOMB born in France
 
    Issue of Guilleaume Jean CAZALY and Francoise Celeste GRIOLLET  
1.   Guillaume Adolph CAZALY
Born 1823 at Sommieres, Nimes, Gard, France.

Guillaume was mentioned in the Will of his aunt Mary Ann Cazaly in 1833:
"No 137463. No I/a, fo 8032. Sworn under £5000. died 27 Oct 1833.
Mary Ann Cazaly of Elder Street Norton Falgate died possessed of
£4225 - New 3/2 - 96 3/8 - £4071.16.11
And by her will dated 26 May 1833 attested by two witnesses appointed James Cazaly Thomas Cazaly and William Cazaly Executors to whom Probate was granted at Doctors Commons [Doctors' Commons, also called the College of Civilians, was a society of lawyers practising civil law in London] 11 November 1833 therein described formerly of Northampton Terrace Lower Road Islington and late of Vittoria Place Hackney in the County of Middlesex
Identified as per Afft (Ti71)
In the Will are the followowing words
I give and bequeath to my sister Mary Ann Louisa Colomb to my sister Charlotte Margaret Julian and to my nephew William Adolphus Cazaly all the property I may have at my death in equal portions reserving nevertheless as much of my funded property to pay an annuity of Forty pounds per annum to my Cousin Sarah Cazaly and at her demise the said reserved sum of funded property to be divided in equal portions between the three children of my sister Mary Ann Louisa Colomb and my nephew William Adolphus Cazaly.
I request my Cousins James Cazaly Thomas Cazaly and William Cazaly will be my Executors. [There follows a note about the distribution of the money between the recipients.]"

Died after 1887 in France (ref PC).
 
2.   Guillaume Ernest CAZALY
Born 11 Sep 1825 at Puech Bouquet, France.
For his birth, see page of French records for further information.
Died c. 1830 in Sommieres, Nimes, Gard at age 5.
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    Issue of Guillaume (William) CAZALY and Marie (Mary) LAMY  
1.   Mary Ann CAZALY
Born cApril 1780 in London. Her baptism not found.

Burial of Mary Ann Cazaly 23 Jun 1780 at Spitalfields, Middlesex, abode Elder Street, age 2 mths (ref Ancestry London Bap Marr Bur).
The reason this child is considered part of this family is the fitting in of the date, and the place, Elder Street being just around the corner from Folgate Street.
 
2.   Guillaume (William) CAZALY
Born 29 Apr 1781, bap 27 May 1781 at The Artillery French Huguenot Spitalfields London, Guillaume, son of Guillaume Cazaly & Marie Lamy (ref FamilySearch C04905-1). Sponsors Daniel Lamy, Jeanne Cazaly (ref Ancestry Non-Conformist Registers).

Marr 17 Jan 1809 (as William) at Aston Juxta Birmingham Warwick England to Mary PARKES (ref IGI); the marriage was at Aston St Peter and St Paul; the record states that William Cazaly of the Parish of St Martins Birmingham Bachelor and Mary Parkes of this Parish Spinster were married in this Church by Licence granted by the Rev Dr Spencer this seventeenth day of January in the year 1809 by me Robt Jas Spencer Minister. This marriage was solemnized between us William Cazaly, Mary Parkes in the presence of George Babb, Ann Cazaly [his sister] (ref Ancestry Birmingham Marriages).

The son Frederick Cazaly was travelling in 1824 to New York with Zachariah Parkes age 28; there were many different families of Parkes in the same parish at that time; there is a possible baptism of Zachariah Parkes on 23 May 1796, son of Zachariah and Sarah; there are very many possible baptisms of Mary Parkes but none to the same couple.

In 1813 they were living at Edgbaston Street at the baptism of son Edwin.

William was referred to in a bankruptcy advice in 1816:
"Bankrupts. William Cazaly, of Edgbaston, dealer." (ref the London Gazetter of 8 Aug 1816)

"Whereas a Commission of Bankrupt is awarded and issued forth against William Cazaly, of the Parish of Edgbaston, in the County of Warwick, Dealer and Chapman [Peddlar], and he being declared a Bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender himself to the Commissioners in the said Commission named, or the major part of them, on the 10th and 11th days of December next, at Ten in the Forenoon, and on the 7th of January following, at Four of the Clock in the Afternoon, at the Royal Hotel, in Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, and make a full Discovery and Disclosure of his Estate and Effects; when and where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the second Sitting to chose Assignees, and at the Last Sitting the said Bankrupt is required to finish his Examination, and the Creditors are to assent to or dissent from the allowance of his Certificate. All persons indebted to the said Bankrupt, or that have any of his effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to whom the Commissioners shall appoint, but give notice to Messrs. Clarke and Richards, Chancery-Lane, London, or to Messrs. Stubbs, Medes, and Wills, Solicitors, Birmingham." (ref London Gazetter Issue 17195 published 26 Nov 1816 page 15)

There is a curious newspaper article stating that William Cazaly of Birmingham had died by July 1824, which would not be so if he went on to marry Mary Bullen. Perhaps Mary had died and he had left Birmingham? It is noticeable that son Frederick left for the USA at this time aged 13.
"Birmingham Bew Union Brewery Shares. By Roderick.To be SOLD by AUCTION (by order of the Assignees of the late Mr. William Cazaly), on Thursday the 15th day of July instant, at the house of Mr. Marrian, the Sea-horse, in Buck-street, Birmingham, precisely at five o'clock in the evening, in one or more lots: - Eleven Shares in that improving Concern the Birmingham New Union Brewery.
The purchaser will be entitled to the dividends of #47 now due upon the same. For particulars apply to the Auctioneer, 29, Colmore-row, Birmingham." (ref Birmingham Gazette Mon 5 Jul 1824 in British Newspapers).

There is a possibility, since no other possibility has been found, that this same William Cazaly married Mary BULLEN on 19 Oct 1824 at Saint Mary, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. Marie Anne Boullen was born 30 Mar 1801, bap 19 Apr 1801 at Saint Jean French Huguenot, Spitalfields, daughter of Pierre & Marie Boullen. The Boullen couple had at least 8 children between 1799 and 1813, including son James in 1799. This James married in 1823 to May Bredd at Aston Juxta Birmingham, Warwickshire. They were all part of the Huguenot group in London.

"At the Court-House, in and for the Town and County of the Town of Nottingham, on the 14th day of June 1825, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon.
[among others] William Cazaly, formerly of Hoxton, Middlesex, Trimming-Manufacturer, afterwards of Melbourne, Derbyshire, and late of Nottingham, Silk-Clouder."
(ref London Gazette, Issue 18140 published 24 May 1825, page 23)

There was a child, William (Gulielmus) born to William Cazaly and Mary Bullen on 26 Jul 1825, bap 7 Aug 1825 at Saint John The Evangelist Roman Catholic, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire; it is surprising that this occurred in a Roman Catholic Church given their Huguenot background.

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    Children of William Cazaly and Mary Parkes:  
  1. William Webster CAZALY born 1810, bap 1810 at Saint Martin, Birmingham, Warwickshire  
  2. Frederick Webster CAZALY born 1811, bap 1812 at Saint Martin, Birmingham, Warwickshire  
  3. Edwin CAZALY born 1813, bap 1813 at Saint Martin, Birmingham, Warwickshire  
  4. Mary CAZALY born 1815, bap 1815 at Saint Martin, Birmingham, Warwickshire  
    Child of William Cazaly and Mary Bullen:  
  5. William CAZALY born 1825, bap 1825 at Saint John the Evangelist Roman Catholic, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
 
3.   Jean Pierre CAZALY
Born 12 Aug 1782, bap 1 Sep 1782 at The Artillery-French Hug, Spitalfields, London, Jean Pierre, son of Guillaume Cazaly & Marie Cazaly (ref FamilySearch C04905-1). Sponsors Guillaume Cazaly, Jeanne Polain (ref Ancestry Non-Conformist Registers).

Burial of John Peter Cazaly 2 Mar 1785 at St Ann, Manchester, Lancashire, no age (ref National Burial Index).
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4.   Jane CAZALY (1)
Bap 9 Nov 1783 at the Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, Jane, dau of William Caraley & Mary (ref FamilySearch C00546-5).

Burial of Jane Cazaly 25 Jan 1785 at St Ann, Manchester, Lancashire, no age (ref National Burial Index).
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5.   Louisa Rachel CAZALY
Born 7 January 1786 at Manchester, Lancashire, England (ref French Hospital Vol 52, Louisa's application).
Bap 5 Feb 1786 at the Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, Louisa Rachell, dau of William Cagaly (sic) and Mary (ref FamilySearch C00546-6). Also I03554-4 as Louisa Rachell Cazaly.
5 Feb 1786, Louisa Rachell daur of William & Mary Cazaly (ref Ancestry Manchester baptisms).

In 1804 She became a member of the French Church, St. John St., Brick Lane, Spitalfields, at which both her father and grandfather were elders (ref FH application).

Louisa Rachel was sponsor at the baptism of 1st cousin Henri Pitt Cazaly in 1806.

Marr 16 Mar 1819 at Saint Giles Cripplegate London, of Louisa Rachel Cazaly to William NETTLEFOLD, both single (ref FamilySearch M01617-4).
William Nettlefold, bachelor, and Louisa Rachel Cazaly, spinster, both of this parish, were married by Banns (ref Ancestry London marriages).

In 1829 Louisa Nettlefold was listed in a Land Tax record at St Leonard, Shoreditch, in the Borough of Hackney, with payment due of 5s 10d to a large scale proprietor named Tysson; this may indicate that William had already died (ref Ancestry, Land Tax Records). In his lifetime William was in business as a grocer in Bishopsgate Street (ref FH application. William was definitely dead by July 1837 as shown in Ancestry Non-Conformist registers document declaring birthdate of daughter Louisa Mary.

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of St Leondard Shoreditch. Address: Upper John St, St Leonard Shoreditch.
Louisa Nettlefold. Age 45. Governess. Not born in Middlesex.
Grace Nettlefold. Age 45. Dress Maker. Born in Middlesex.
[Relationship unknown. Louisa was actually 55 at the time.]

In 1846 Louisa petitioned to go to the French Hospital La Providence; in later years she was "now supported by the precarious and scanty profits of a small day school for children, and has £4 yearly income promised from the Pewterers' Company, but no payment has yet been made"; the application was on account of "failure of health, advancing years and consequent decline of her school". At the time of her application she was living at 51 Upper John St, Hoxton Old Town, in the parish of Shoreditch. Her application was registered on the 4th July so she presumably entered immediately.

She died 3 Dec 1846 at French Hospital, death reg Dec qtr 1846 at Shoreditch Dist (ref online death index) as Louise Rachael Nettlefold. No burial record or probate found.

NETTLEFOLD, Louisa Rachel, née Cazaly. Applicant.
P:[Petition] June 16, 1846, regd. July 4, Class A; endorsed Petr. died 3rd Decr. 1846 (but see Register of Applicants). R.H. G(iraud). (a) i. [applicant's name, address and parents] Louisa Rachel Nettlefold, 51 Upper John St., Hoxton Old Town, par. Shoreditch, Widow, daughter of Mr. William Cazaly of Manchester, previously of Bethnal Green, and Mary Cazaly whose maiden name was Lamy; ii. [date and place of birth] Jan. 7, 1786, Manchester; iii. [descent] On both father & mother's sides, her father's grandparents were natives of France, and Protestants, and his grandmother, when a widow, had considerable property, which was confiscated at the (?Revocation of the) Edict of Nantes, and she became a refugee to England. She fled with twelve children, among whom was Peter Cazaly, grandfather of your petitioner. Your petitioner's grandfather and father were elders of the French Church, St. John St., Brick Lane, Spitalfields, of which church your petitioner became a member about the year 1804; iv. [occupation] in her husband's life time in business as a grocer, in Bishopsgate Street; now supported by the precarious and scanty profits of a small day school for children, and has £4 yearly income promised from the Pewterers' Company, but no payment has yet been made; v. [reason for application] failure of health, advancing years and consequent decline of her school; vi. [signature or mark of applicant] Louisa Rachel Nettlefold; vii [signature of witness] Thomas Joseph Redgate. (b) ii. [witness to Certificates] J H Percy, Hoxton Academy Chapel. (f) (blank; note at side of petition: "Cover of Bible produced which corroborated the date of birth. R. H. G(iraud)").
RA:[Register of Applications] July 4, 1846 (abstract of P; endorsed "very respectable, strong case"and "Died 3rd Decr 1847[error]").(French Protestant Hospital extracts from the archives, available in Huguenot Society Quarto Series Vol 53, page 238)
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  1. Louisa Mary NETTLEFOLD born 1820, bap 1820 at Academy Chapel Independent, Hoxton, London
 
6.   James CAZALY
Bap 4 Mar 1787 at the Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, James, son of William Caraly (sic) and Mary (ref FamilySearch C005646-6).
The record states 4 March. James son of William & Mary Cazaly (ref Ancestry Manchester baptisms, easily misread and indexed as Caraly).

Marriage rec: James CAZALY marr Ann LORIMER 31 Dec 1808 at Saint Paul Covent Garden Westminster London (ref FamilySearch M00157-1).
Jas Cazaly, b., mar Ann Lorimer, s., 1808 at St Paul Cov Garden (ref Pallot's Marriage Index and Boyd's Marriage index).

At the baptism of son James William in Jan 1810, their residence was Queen Street, Shoreditch.

Burial of James Cazaley (sic) 19 Sep 1810 at Christ Church Spitalfields, residence St Leonard Shoreditch aged 23 years (ref Ancestry London Bap Marr Bur).

Ann married (2) 25 Mar 1818 (as Ann Cazaly) at St Martin in The Fields to Thomas LETFORD (ref IGI, FamilySearch M00145-4). They appear to have had at least two children, John Thomas Letford born 30 Nov 1815, bap 7 Jun 1818 at Saint Luke, Chelsea, and Mary Anne Letford, born 28 Dec 1819, bap 27 May 1821 at Saint Luke, Chelsea. In the 1841 census. Mary Latford (Letford) and James William Cazaly were living in the same house, and would have been half-siblings.

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    Child of James and Ann:  
  1. James William CAZALY born 1809, bap 1810 at St Leonard Shoreditch, Middlesex
 
7.   Peter CAZALY
Bap 31 May 1789 at the Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England, Peter, son of William Cazaly & Mary (ref FamilySearch C00546-6).
The record states 31 May, Peter, son of William and Mary Cazaly (ref Ancestry Manchester baptisms).

Burial of Peter Cazaly 19 Apr 1791 at St Ann, Manchester, Lancashire, no age (ref National Burial Index); Peter, son of William Cazaly (ref Ancestry Manchester burials).
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8.   Ann CAZALY
Bap 27 Mar 1791 at the Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, Ann, dau of William Cazaly & Ann (ref FamilySearch C00546-7).
The record states 27 Mar, Ann, daur of William & Ann Cazaly (ref Ancestry Manchester baptisms - on this day there were 34 baptisms in the Cathedral so it is no wonder that some of the names would be transcribed wrongly).

In 1809 Ann was a witness to the marriage of her brother William to Mary Parkes (ref Ancestry Birmingham Marriages).

Marr 14 Apr 1814 at Saint Bride Fleet St London to Charles STAPLETON (ref IGI, FamilySearch M02242-1).
Ann Cazaly, s., married Chas Stapleton, b., 1814 at St Bride (ref Pallot's Marriage Index).
Charles Stapleton, bachelor, and Ann Cazaly, spinster, both of this parish, were married by Banns (ref Ancestry London marriages).

In 1828 they were living at Shoreditch and he was an East India Labourer (ref bap). Not known when Charles died, no probate found.
Charles was definitely dead by July 1837 as shown in Ancestry Non-Conformist registers document declaring birthdate of daughters Mary Ann and Elizabeth.

Not found in 1841 census.
Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of St Alphage. Registration district of London City. Address: 44 Aldermanbury.
Ann Stapleton. Head. Widow. Age 57. Sextoness of St Michael, Wood St. Born Lancashire, Manchester.
[A Sextoness takes care of church buildings and furnishings.]

Ann died 9 Dec 1860. Death reg of Ann Stapleton Dec qtr 1860 at London City dist (ref FreeBMD).
"STAPLETON Ann. Effects under £100. 14 February [1861]. The Will of Ann Stapleton late of 44 Aldermanbury in the Parish of St. Alphage in the City of London Widow deceased who died 9 December 1860 at Aldermanbury aforesaid was proved at the Principal Registry by the oath of Charles Bruton of 36 Jewin-street in the said City Confectioner the sole Executor." (ref Ancestry National Probate)


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    Children:  
  1. Mary Ann STAPLETON born 1820, bap 1820 at Academy Chapel Independent, Hoxton, London  
  2. Elizabeth STAPLETON born 1822, bap 1823 at Academy Chapel Independent, Hoxton, London  
  3. William Cazaly STAPLETON bap 1828 at St Clement, City Road, Islington, London
 
9.   John Peter CAZALY
Bap 28 Oct 1792 at the Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, John Peter, son of William Cazaly & Mary (ref FamilySearch C00546-7).
Also in Ancestry Manchester Baptisms.

Marriage rec: John Peter CARALY marr Rebecca Elizabeth GOODWIN 9 Aug 1818 at Saint Dunstan, Stepney, London (ref IGI). The Banns were read for John Peter Cazaly, bachelor and Rebecca Elizabeth Goodwin, Spinster, on 29 Mar, 5 Apr, 12 Apr 1818 at Saint Dunstan (ref Ancestry London marriages).

No further information found.

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10.   Daniel CAZALY
Bap 26 Oct 1794 at the Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, Daniel, son of William Cazaly & Mary (ref FamilySearch C00546-7).
Also in Ancestry Manchester Baptisms.

Killed 1819 at Battle of Bojaca under Simon Bolivar at New Grenada, South America (now Columbia). There is documentation in Penny Cazaly's Ancestry Public Tree 'Larchevesque'. Early Cazaly family documentation stated that he was killed in the Battle of Santa Fe. See also many websites on the Battle of Bojaca (Bogota).
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11.   Jane CAZALY (2)
Bap 29 Apr 1798 at the Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, Jane, dau of William Cazaly & Mary (ref FamilySearch C00546-8).
Also in Ancestry Manchester Baptisms.

No further information found.
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    Issue of Pierre (Peter) Cazaly and Sarah Nash  
1.   Sophia CAZALY
Born 3 Sep 1785; bap 2 Oct 1785 at The Artillery French Huguenot Spitalfields London, Sophie (sic), dau of Pierre Cazaly & Sarah Nash (ref FamilySearch C04905-1).
Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Hackney. Address: Hertford Road, Hackney.
Together with her mother, sister and 3 other relatives:
Sophia Casaly. Age 42. Dressmaker. Born in Middlesex. [age wrong]

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Hackney. Town of De Beauvoir. Registration District of Hackney. Address: 2 Ufton Road North, Hackney.
Together with her brother Peter, sister Louisa, and 3 nephews:
Sophia Caraby. Sister. U. Age 63. Born Middlesex, London. [age obscure]

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Hackney. Address: 9 Upton Rd, Hackney, the same street as Thomas Cazaly in 1851.
Together with her brother Peter and sister Louisa:
Sophia Cazaly. Sister. Un. Age 68. Born Middlesex, Spitalfields.
(The three ages are less by 5, 8 and 9 years respectively than other known records.)

Ref 1871 census. London, England. Civil Parish of Hackney St John. Registration District of Hackney. Address: 9 Ufton Rd, Hackney.
Together with her brother Peter:
Sophia Caraby. Sister. Unm. Age 80. Born Middx, London.

Death reg Sep qtr 1872 at Hackney District (ref online death index) age 86. Buried 21 Aug 1872 at Abney Park (as Sophia CAZABY). No probate found.
Called Sophie by Susanna Brees in 1884 letter.

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2.   Louisa CAZALY
Born 6 Jan 1787; bap 8 Jan 1787 at Saint Jean French Huguenot Spitalfields London, Louise, dau of Pierre Cazaly and Sara Nash (ref FamilySearch C04906-1).

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Hackney. Address: Hertford Road, Hackney.
Together with her mother, sister and 3 other relatives:
Louisa Casaly. Age 41. Ind. Born in Middlesex. [age wrong]

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Hackney. Town of De Beauvoir. Registration District of Hackney. Address: 2 Ufton Road North, Hackney.
Together with her brother Peter, sister Sophia and 3 nephews:
Louisa Caraby. Sister. U. Age 65. Born Middlesex, London. [age obscure]

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Hackney. Address: 9 Upton Rd, Hackney, the same street as Thomas Cazaly in 1851.
Together with her brother Peter and sister Sophia:
Louisa Cazaly. Sister. Un. Age 65. Born Middlesex, Spitalfields.
(The three ages are less by 5, 8 and 9 years respectively than other known records.)

Unmarried. Death reg Jun qtr 1870 at Hackney District age 83 (ref online death index).
Louisa CAZALY was buried on 7 May 1870, aged 83 years, in Abney Park Trust Cemetery, Hackney (ref Abney Park records) in the same section as her brother Thomas and family.

Called Louise by Susanna Brees in 1884 letter.

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3.   Francois CAZALY
Born 23 Aug 1788; bap 21 Sep 1788 at Saint Jean French Huguenot Spitalfields London, Francois, son of Pierre Cazaly & Sara Nash (ref FamilySearch C04906-1).

Called Frank by Susanna Brees in 1884 letter; she says he died when he was 17.
Buried 14 Nov 1805 at Christ Church Spitalfields, abode St M B Green [St Matthews Bethnal Green], age 17 yr [indexed as Francis Caraly] (ref Ancestry London Bap Marr & Burials).
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4.   Charles CAZALY
Born 3 Jan 1790; bap 31 Jan 1790 at Saint Jean French Huguenot Spitalfields London, Charles, son of Pierre Cazaly & Sara Nash (ref FamilySearch C04906-1).

Not mentioned by Susanna Brees in 1884 letter.
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5.   Henriette Charlotte CAZALY
Born 13 Oct 1791; bap 20 Nov 1791 at Saint Jean French Huguenot Spitalfields London, Henriette Charlotte, dau of Pierre Cazaly & Sara Nash (ref FamilySearch C04906-1).

Burial of Harriett Cazaley 3 Feb 1793 at Christ Church Spitalfields, residence Princes (?) Street, age 1 year 3 mths (ref Ancestry London Bap Marr & Bur).
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6.   Thomas CAZALY
Born 16 Oct 1792; bap 2 Dec 1792 at Saint Jean French Huguenot Spitalfields London, Thomas, son of Pierre Cazaly & Sara Nash (ref FamilySearch C04906-1).

Marriage 8 Aug 1825 at Saint Botolph Bishopsgate, London, of Thomas Cazaly to Henrietta Louisa BRAUD; both were single (ref FamilySearch M01663-7). They were married by Banns (see Ancestry London marriages). Pallot's Marriage Index has alternate names BRAND or BRAUD, 1825 at St Botolph Without Bishopsgate, both of Liberty of Norton Folgate. However BRAUD is used more consistently in the records of Henrietta and other family members.

Henrietta was a second cousin, the daughter of Jeanne Cazaly and George Braud, born 13 Sep 1801 and bap 11 Oct 1801 at Saint Jean French Huguenot, Spitalfields, see below for more information.

In 1831 they were at Derby Rd, Kingsland & he was a bank clerk at Thomas's baptism (ref Ancestry London baptisms).

In 1833 he was an Executor for his relative Mary Ann Cazaly on generation 3:
"No 137463. No I/a, fo 8032. Sworn under £5000. died 27 Oct 1833.
Mary Ann Cazaly of Elder Street Norton Falgate died possessed of
£4225 - New 3/2 - 96 3/8 - £4071.16.11
And by her will dated 26 May 1833 attested by two witnesses appointed James Cazaly Thomas Cazaly and William Cazaly Executors to whom Probate was granted at Doctors Commons [Doctors' Commons, also called the College of Civilians, was a society of lawyers practising civil law in London] 11 November 1833 therein described formerly of Northampton Terrace Lower Road Islington and late of Vittoria Place Hackney in the County of Middlesex
Identified as per Afft (Ti71)
In the Will are the followowing words
I give and bequeath to my sister Mary Ann Louisa Colomb to my sister Charlotte Margaret Julian and to my nephew William Adolphus Cazaly all the property I may have at my death in equal portions reserving nevertheless as much of my funded property to pay an annuity of Forty pounds per annum to my Cousin Sarah Cazaly and at her demise the said reserved sum of funded property to be divided in equal portions between the three children of my sister Mary Ann Louisa Colomb and my nephew William Adolphus Cazaly.
I request my Cousins James Cazaly Thomas Cazaly and William Cazaly will be my Executors. [There follows a note about the distribution of the money between the recipients.]"

In 1834 they were at Tottenham Court Road & he was a stationer at Henrietta's baptism (ref Ancestry London baptisms).
In 1837 Thomas was a stationer living at Tottenham Court Road at Ellen's baptism (ref Ancestry London baptisms).

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of St Pancras. Address: Tottenham Court Road, Marylebone.
Together with children Thomas (10), Ellen (4):
Thomas Cazaly. Age 45. Stationer. Born in Middlesex.
Henrietta Cazaly. Age 35. Born in Middlesex.
[All incorrectly indexed as Caraly]

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of West Hackney. Tower Hamlets. DeBeauvoir Town. Address 18 Upton Rd North, Hackney.
Together with children Thos Peter (19), Henrietta (17), Ellen Julia (15):
Thomas Cazaley. Head. Mar. Age 58. Printer. Born Middlesex, Spitalfields.
Henrietta Cazaley. Wife. Mar. Age 49. Born Middlesex, Shoreditch.

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Hackney. Parliamentary Borough of Tower Hamlets. Address: 18 Upton Rd, Hackney.
Together with children Henrietta L (25), Ellen J (22) and a lodger and wife:
Thomas Cazaly. Head. Mar. Age 68. Pensioned Cl Bank of England, Printer. Born Middlesex, Spitalfields.
Henrietta L Cazaly. Wife. Mar. Age 59. Born Middlesex, Shoreditch.

Thomas' death reg Mar qtr 1868 at Hackney District (ref online index). No probate found.
Thomas was buried on 13 March 1868, aged 75 years, in Abney Park Trust Cemetery, Hackney (ref Abney Park records).

Henrietta not found in 1871 census.

Ref 1881 census. London, England. Civil Parish of St John Hackney. Registration District of Hackney. Address: 59 Ufton Road, Hackney.
Henrietta Cazaly. Head. Wid. Age 79. Pensioner. Born Middlesex, Shoreditch. [indexed Cozaly]
Sarah Cazaly. Daur. Unm. Age 40. Music Teacher. Born Middlesex, St Pancras. [indexed Cozaly]
[Probably a mistake for daughter Henrietta Louisa]

Henrietta's death was reg Jun qtr 1883 (as Henrietta Louise), age 81, at Hackney District (ref online index).
Henrietta Louise was buried on 3 May 1883, aged 81 years, in Abney Park Trust Cemetery (ref Abney Park records).

Thomas mentioned by Susanna Brees in 1884 letter.
Also mentioned by daughter Henrietta Louisa in her FH petition:
"Pierre Cazaly was my grandfather, Thomas Cazaly his eldest son was my father. He married Henriette Louise Brand my Mother, whose father died when she was six months old. He could not speak a word of English. My Mother received assistance from your bounty monthly and when she could not come I used to come here .." Henriette Louisa Cazaly's petition in 1900.

See also a report of Thomas's life at
http://londonstreetviews.wordpress.com/2014/01/03/thomas-cazaly-engraver-and-stationer/ (courtesy Baldwin Hamey).

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    Children:  
  1. Thomas Peter CAZALY bap 1831 at West Hackney Church, London  
  2. Henrietta Louisa CAZALY born 1834, bap 1834 at Old Church, Saint Pancras, London  
  3. Ellen Julia CAZALY born 1837, bap 1837 at Old Church, Saint Pancras, London
 
7.   Pierre (Peter) CAZALY
Born 29 April 1794; bap 1 June 1794 at Saint Jean French Huguenot Spitalfields London, Pierre, son of Pierre Cazaly & Sarah Nash (ref FamilySearch C04906-1).

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of St George The Martyr, Middlesex. Address: Red Lion St, St George The Martyr, London.
Together with Wm Cazaley (age 40) and others:
Peter Cazaley. Age 42. Clerk Born in Middlesex. [assumed to be his brother]
(The two ages are inaccurate but they are 2 years apart and the 1841 census ages were only approximate.)

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Hackney. Town of De Beauvoir. Registration District of Hackney. Address: 2 Ufton Road North, Hackney.
Together with sisters Sophia and Louisa, and nephews Peter (16), Charles (7), Arthur (6):
Peter Carabey. Head. U. Age 52. Clerk. Born Middlesex, London.

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Hackney. Address: 9 Upton Rd, Hackney, the same street as Thomas Cazaly in 1851.
Together with sisters Sophia and Louisa:
Peter Cazaly. Head. Un. Age 62. Draper. Born Middlesex, Spitalfields.
(The three ages are less by 5, 8 and 9 years respectively than other known records.)

Ref 1871 census. London, England. Civil Parish of Hackney St John. Registration District of Hackney. Address: 9 Ufton Rd, Hackney.
Together with his sister Sophia:
Peter Caraby. Head. Unm. Age 76. Draper. Born Middx, London.

Probably death is registration of Peter Cazaly in June qtr 1875 at Islington District, Middlesex, aged 87 [date wrong?] (ref online index).
Peter CAZABY born c1794 was buried 19 Apr 1875 age 81 at Abney Park. No probate found.

Pierre mentioned by Susanna Brees in 1884 letter.

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8.   Guillaume (William) CAZALY
Born 2 Sep 1796; bap 2 Oct 1796 at Saint Jean French Huguenot Spitalfields London, Guillaume, son of Pierre Cazaly & Sara Nash (ref FamilySearch C04906-1).

Note the following about his business in 1833:
"NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, as Linen-Drapers, under the firm and style of Cazaly and Hood, at No. 48, Red Lion-Street, Holborn, was this day dissolved by mutual consent; and all debts due to and from the said Co-partnership will be received and paid by the said William Cazaly: As witness our hands this 14th day of January 1833. Robert Hood, William Cazaly." (Ref London Gazette issue 19015 22 Jan 1833 page 5)

Marr 1833 in the parish of St George the Martyr, Queen Street, London, to Susanna BREES of St Andrew Holborn, by licence, reference Pallot's Marriage Index for England. William Cazaly bachelor of this parish and Susanna Brees spinster of St Andrew Holborn were married 7 Dec 1833 at St George The Martyr Queen Square, witnesses Samuel and Ann Brees (ref Ancestry London marriages). The record in FamilySearch has 2 Dec 1833, both aged 21 which appears incorrect in several respects (ref FamilySearch M01606-2).

Some documents have BRIEZE or BREEZ. Susanna was born 2 Dec 1811, bap 28 Dec 1811 at St George, Bloomsbury, dau of Samuel & Susanna Brees (ref Ancestry London bap marr bur). Susanna had a sister Mary who appears in the 1911 census living with Susanna's daughter Sarah; Mary was bap 25 Jan 1822; other siblings were James John bap 30 Jan 1814 and Anne bap 10 July 1816 (all ref Ancestry London Baptisms).

In 1833 William was an Executor for his relative Mary Ann Cazaly on generation 3:
"No 137463. No I/a, fo 8032. Sworn under £5000. died 27 Oct 1833.
Mary Ann Cazaly of Elder Street Norton Falgate died possessed of
£4225 - New 3/2 - 96 3/8 - £4071.16.11
And by her will dated 26 May 1833 attested by two witnesses appointed James Cazaly Thomas Cazaly and William Cazaly Executors to whom Probate was granted at Doctors Commons [Doctors' Commons, also called the College of Civilians, was a society of lawyers practising civil law in London] 11 November 1833 therein described formerly of Northampton Terrace Lower Road Islington and late of Vittoria Place Hackney in the County of Middlesex
Identified as per Afft (Ti71)
In the Will are the followowing words
I give and bequeath to my sister Mary Ann Louisa Colomb to my sister Charlotte Margaret Julian and to my nephew William Adolphus Cazaly all the property I may have at my death in equal portions reserving nevertheless as much of my funded property to pay an annuity of Forty pounds per annum to my Cousin Sarah Cazaly and at her demise the said reserved sum of funded property to be divided in equal portions between the three children of my sister Mary Ann Louisa Colomb and my nephew William Adolphus Cazaly.
I request my Cousins James Cazaly Thomas Cazaly and William Cazaly will be my Executors. [There follows a note about the distribution of the money between the recipients.]"


In 1834 William was a Draper living at Red Lion Street at Susanna's baptism (ref Ancestry London baptisms).
In 1836 the address was 48 Red Lion Street (ref Ancestry, London baptisms).
In 1838 William was a Linen Draper living at Red Lion Street at Susan's baptism (ref Ancestry London baptisms).
In 1840 William was a Linen Draper living at 48 Red Lion Street at Marianna's baptism (ref Ancestry London baptisms).

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of St George The Martyr, Middlesex. Address: Red Lion St, St George The Martyr, London.
Together with daughter Marrianna (1), brother Peter (42), neice Elizabeth (21), dau of James Georg Cazaly, and a female servant:
Wm Cazaley. Age 40. Linen Draper. Born in Middlesex.
Susannah Cazaley. Age 29. Born in Middlesex.

In 1841 William was a Linen Draper living at 48 Red Lion Street at William's baptism; same in 1843 at Charles' baptism; same in 1845 at Arthur's baptism; same in 1846 at Emily's baptism; same in 1848 at Alice's baptism: same in 1849 at Alfred's baptism.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of St George The Martyr. Address: 48 Red Lion St, St George The Martyr, Holborn.
Together with children Sarah (15), Susan (12), Marianna (11), William Henry (9), Charles James (7), Arthur (6), Emily (4) and 2 servants:
William Cazaly. Head. Mar. Age 54. Linen Draper. Born Middlesex.
Susanna Cazaly. Wife. Mar. Age 39. Born Middlesex.

In 1854 William was a Linen Draper living at 48 Red Lion Street at George's baptism.

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Kensington St Mary Abbotts. Address: No 3 Sheffield Gardens, Kensington.
Together with children Susan (22), Marianna (21), William (19), Charles (18), Emily (14), Walter (9), George Ewart (6) and 2 servants:
William Cazaly. Head. Mar. Age 63. Draper & Mercer. Born Middlesex, London.
Susanna Cazaly. Wife. Mar. Age 49. Born Middlesex, London.

In 1863, both William and Susanna mentioned in diary/letters (see son William).

William died 7 May 1869 (ref Ancestry Probate). William's death reg Jun qtr 1869 as William Cazaly age 72 at Islington District (ref online death index).
He was buried at Brookwood Cemetery, Woking, Surrey (late London Necropolis) in grave no 4676, St Margaret's Avenue, next to daughter Susan (d1863) (ref S.Russell 2012).
"Wills 1869. Cazaly William. Effects under £100. 10 September. The Will of William Cazaly late of 48 Red-Lion-street Holborn in the County of Middlesex deceased who died 7 May 1869 at 14 Beacon-hill Camden-road in the County aforesaid was proved at the Principal Registry by the oath of Susanna Cazaly of 14 Beacon-hill aforesaid Widow the Relict the sole Executrix." (ref Ancestry Probate)

Ref 1871 census. London, England. Civil Parish of Islington St Luke. Address: 26 Hungerford Road, Islington.
Together with son Ernest (18):
Susan Cazaly. Lodger. Widow. Age 59. Born London. [incorrectly indexed as Caxaly]

Not found in 1881 or 1891 census, and she may have been living in France at the time.
In 1884, Susanna (or Susan) wrote to Charles James Cazaly, letter in Wagner Papers in the Huguenot Society Library in London. The text of the letter is as follows.
"12 Rue Poisson, Paris. 1st April 1884.
My dear Charles. I have received your letter and I am very happy to give you any information that I can recollect about the family. I sympathize with you in your affliction which compels you to solicit the benefits of the French Hospital. My husband's name was really Guillaume Cazaly altho' he was called William, his father was Pierre Cazaly and he and your father were brothers. Their father was one of several brothers Protestant Refugees who fled from France, about the year 1745 or later, I cannot tell you the exact date. The eldest of them was named Guillaume Cazaly, he commenced business as a stocking weaver, setting up just two looms at first at the corner of Spittal Square, Bishopsgate St where he lived many years much respected. He made a fortune there and returned to the South of France at the age of 80, he purchased an estate named Peuch Bouquet at Sommieres near Nimes where he lived 19 years and died at the age of 99 in 1824 and was buried with his wife in his own grounds. He had one son named Guillaume who died while still a young man, leaving an infant son also named Guillaume Adolphe who is still living. I have not heard of him for some years but I have heard of him from his cousin (..?..) Ernest Griold of Geneva. Adolphe sold his estate some years ago. My husband's grandfather was one of the brothers who came from France, your grandfather was also one. So you have a decided chance to the benefits of the French Hospital being one of the descendants in a direct line from the Protestant Refugees, and I trust the Directors will take a favourable view of your case. I can give references as to the trustworthiness of my statement which I know to be true and shall be happy to do any thing in my power to verify what I have said when I come to London in June. Trusting you will meet with success in your application and with kind regards, I am, yours sincerely, Susan Cazaly.
P.S. Your cousin William's father and his wife lived with the Pastor of the Reformed Church and all their children were baptized by him, his name was (..?..) Cazaly, their names were Frank who died when he was 17, Thomas, Pierre, Guillaume, Jaques, Sophie, Louise and Sarah. The last of them died three or four years ago, Jaques or James the father of Frank whom you know. The Church in Threadneedle St has been pulled down many years ago, I have no doubt but the registers of baptism have been preserved somewhere. I hereby state all this to show that the origin of the family is certainly French. "

Susanna died 1895 at Hampstead, London (reg. Dec qtr 1895, Hampstead District, age 83, ref online index).
She was buried in the same grave as her husband, see above.

See also a report of William's life at
http://londonstreetviews.wordpress.com/2014/01/14/william-cazaly-linen-draper/ (courtesy Baldwin Hamey).
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    Children:  
  1. Susanna CAZALY bap 1834 at Saint George The Martyr, Queen Square, Camden, Middlesex  
  2. Sarah Elizabeth CAZALY born 1836, bap 1836 at Saint George The Martyr, Queen Square, Camden, Middlesex  
  3. Susan CAZALY born 1838, bap 1838 at Saint George The Martyr, Queen Square, Camden, Middlesex  
  4. Marianna Henrietta CAZALY born 1840, bap 1840 at Saint George The Martyr, Queen Square, Camden, Middlesex  
  5. William Henry CAZALY born 1841, bap 1841 at Saint George The Martyr, Queen Square, Camden, Middlesex  
  6. Charles James CAZALY born 1843, bap 1843 at Saint George The Martyr, Queen Square, Camden, Middlesex  
  7. Arthur CAZALY born 1844, bap 1844 at Saint George The Martyr, Queen Square, Camden, Middlesex  
  8. Emily Alicia CAZALY born 1846, bap 1846 at Saint George The Martyr, Queen Square, Camden, Middlesex  
  9. Alice Jane CAZALY born 1848, bap 1848 at Saint George The Martyr, Queen Square, Camden, Middlesex  
  10. Alfred Edward CAZALY born 1849, bap 1849 at Saint George The Martyr, Queen Square, Camden, Middlesex  
  11. Walter CAZALY born 1851, bap 1851 at Saint George The Martyr, Queen Square, Camden, Middlesex  
  12. George Ernest CAZALY born 1854, bap 1854 at Saint George The Martyr, Queen Square, Camden, Middlesex  
9.   Jaques (James) George CAZALY
Born 1 Apr 1798; bap 22 Apr 1798 at Saint Jean French Huguenot Spitalfields London, Jaques George, son of Pierre Cazaly & Sara Nash (ref FamilySearch C04906-1).
His Godparents were George Braud and Jeanne Braud (related) (ref Ancestry England Non-Conformist registers).

Marr 8 Aug 1818 at Saint Paul Covent Garden, Westminster, London, of James George Cazaly to Elizabeth WILMOT (ref FamilySearch M00157-1).
(Year also in Pallot's Marriage index).

Elizabeth was bap 1798 at St Pancras, Middlesex, dau of Geo and Sarah Wilmot (ref Ancestry, Pallot's Baptism Index).

Presumed to be the subject of the following case in 1819 at the Old Bailey. (Ref
www.oldbaileyonline.org)
"Daniel Austin, theft: simple grand larceny, 7th July, 1819.
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t18190707-128.
Trial Summary:
Crime(s): theft : simple grand larceny
Punishment Type: imprisonment
Verdict: Guilty
Crime Location: Queen's-row, Pentonville
Original Text:
1033. Daniel Austin was indicted for stealing, on the 12th of June, a bird-cage, value 3 s., the goods of James Cazaly.
Eliza Cazaly. I am the wife of James Cazaly, and live in Queen's-row, Pentonville; the bird-cage hung at the door. The prisoner came to the door as a beggar - I had relieved him several times, but not this day. The bird-cage was taken, and the prisoner was stopped with it.
William Lack. I stopped the prisoner with the birdcage at Islington. He said he brought it from Paddington. At last he told me where he had taken it from.
(Property produced and sworn to.)
Guilty. Aged 40. Confined Six Months. First Middlesex Jury, before Mr Recorder." (Daniel Austin had both previous and later convictions for larceny.)

Also presumed to be the subject of the following case in 1820 at the Old Bailey. (Ref
www.oldbaileyonline.org)
"Lazarus Barnet, theft: simple grand larceny, 17th February, 1820.
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t18200217-149.
Trial Summary:
Crime(s): theft : simple grand larceny
Punishment Type: transportation
Verdict: Guilty
Crime Location: Bishopsgate-street
Original Text:
498. Lazarus Barnet was indicted for stealing, on the 17th of January, one pair of stockings, value 2 s., the goods of James George Cazaly.
James George Cazaly. I am a hosier, and live in Bishopsgate-street. On the 17th of February, about half-past eight o'clock at night, these stockings were stolen off a wire in the shop. They have not been found.
George Moore. I was Mr Cazaly's servant. I saw the prisoner put his hand in, reach round the wire guard, pull the stockings off, and run away. I ran after him, and saw him drop something - he was stopped in Spital-square; I am sure he is the man. I only lost sight of him in turning the corner.
Charles Ballard. I assisted in securing the prisoner, and saw him fall; something fell from his bosom.
Prisoner's Defence. I know nothing of them.
Guilty. Aged 22. Transported for Seven Years.
Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Common Sergeant."

As a result of this verdict, Lazarus Barnet was sentenced to 7 years transportation as a Convict, and arrived in Sydney Cove on 18 May 1821. He was aged 20 years. He finally received his Certificate of Freedom on 22 Feb 1827 (documentation found in Ancestry).

In 1824 & 1826 James was a clerk living at Kingsland Road (ref Ancestry, Jane & James's baptisms).
The first four children, up to 1826, were baptised at Saint Leonards Shoreditch London so it is presumed the family was living in the Shoreditch area at this time (where Bishopsgate is). From 1828 the children were born in Chichester.
In 1834 James was an Engineer living at Chichester though Peter was baptised in London (ref Ancestry, Peter's baptism).

Ref 1841 census, Canal Road, Parish of Subdeanry, City of Chichester, Sussex.
Together with children Mary (15), Jane (15), James (14), Francis (8), Peter (6):
James Cazaly, age 40, Gas Manufacturer, not born in Sussex.
Elizabeth Cazaly, age 40, not born in Sussex.

In 1842 James became insolvent.
"James George Cazaly, late of No. 7, Hertford-road, Kingsland, Middlesex, Engineer, out of business.-In the Debtors' Prison for London and Middlesex."
(ref London Gazette issue 20100 published 17 May 1842 page 24)

"Insolvents. Estates vested in Assignee. Gazette May 17 1842. Insolvent Court, Saturday 14th May.
Cazaly James George, of Hertford-rd, Kingsland, engineer - D.P. " [Debtors' Prison] (ref Perry's Bankrupt Gazette 21 May 1842 in British Newspaper Archive)

"Court Saturday 25 June 1842, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
James George Cazaly, formerly of Chichester Gas Works, Chichester, Sussex, and also of the Guildford Gas Works, Guildford, Surrey, then of Chichester Gas Works aforesaid, Engineer, Gas Manufacturer, and Coal Merchant, then of Matson's-cottages, Kingsland, and late of No. 7, Hertford-road, Kingsland, both in Middlesex, out of business and employ."
(ref London Gazetter issue 20105 published 3 June 1842 page 32)

Mentioned in The Times, 13 Jun 1843, 19 Jun 1843 and other references, Commercial Gas-Light and Coke Company, Offices, Stepney, by order of the Board, James Geo. Cazaly, Secretary

In 1844 the following notice appeared about his business:
"Insolvent Debtor's Court. A Dividend of one shilling and one penny three farthings in the pound to the creditors of James George Cazaly, late of No. 7, Hertford-road, Kingsland, Middlesex, Engineer, out of business, No. 53,424 T. " (Ref London Gazette issue 20314 on 6 Feb 1844 page 38)

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Hackney. Address: 3 Bay St, Hackney.
Together with dau Elizabeth S. A. Morrison (30), dau Jane Louisa Faulkner (25) and grandson George W Faulkner (1):
James G. Caraly. Head. Age 52. Engineer. Born Middlesex, Spitalfields.
Elizabeth Caraly. Wife. Age 52. Born Middlesex, St Clement Danes.

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Hackney. Address: 18 Church Rd, Hackney.
James G Cazaly. Head. Mar. Age 63. Gas Engineer. Born Middlesex, Christchurch Spitalfields.
Elizabeth Cazaly. Wife. Mar. Age 62. Born Middlesex, London.

Ref 1871 census. London, England. Civil Parish of Islington St George. Address: 19 Union Road, Islington.
Together with dau Mary A S Cazaly (45), granddau Helen L Faulkner (18), granddau Florence R C Faulkner (16):
James G. Cazaly. Head. Mar. Age 73. Retired Gas Engineer. Born Middlesex, Spitalfields.
[incorrectly indexed as James A. Catzaly]
Elizabeth Cazaly. Wife. Mar. Age 72. Born Middlesex, St Clement Danes.

Elizabeth's death reg Dec qtr 1874 aged 77 at Lewisham District (ref online death index), so born c1797. No probate found
James George's death reg March qtr 1877 at Hackney District, London (ref online death index). No probate found.
Jaques mentioned by Susanna Brees in 1884 letter.

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    Children:  
  1. John Jabez CAZALY born 1818 in London  
  2. Elizabeth Sophia Ann CAZALY born 1820, bap 1820 at Saint Leonards Shoreditch, London  
  3. Mary Ann Sarah CAZALY born 1822, bap 1822 at Saint Leonards Shoreditch, London  
  4. Jane Louisa CAZALY born 1824, bap 1824 at Saint Leonards, Shoreditch, London  
  5. James Thomas CAZALY born 1826,bap 1826 at Saint Leonards, Shoreditch, London  
  6. William Henry CAZALY born c1828 at Chichester, Sussex  
  7. Francis Wilmott CAZALY born 1832 at Chichester, Sussex  
  8. Peter CAZALY born 1834 at Chichester, Sussex, bap 1834 at St Leonard, Shoreditch, London  
  9. Henrietta CAZALY born 1837, bap 1837 at Chichester, Sussex
 
10.   Sara CAZALY
Born 14 Mar 1802; bap 9 May 1802 at Saint Jean French Huguenot Spitalfields London, Sara, dau of Pierre Cazaly & Sara Nash (ref FamilySearch C04906-1).
Her Godparents were Guillaume Cazaly and Marie Cazaly (ref Ancestry Non-Conformist registers).

Death or burial 25 May 1839 at St Peter the Great, Chichester, Sussex aged 37 years; notes "from Basin Road" (her brother James was living at Canal Rd near Basin at this time) (ref findmypast Parish Records Collection). Bur 25 May 1839 (ref National Burial Index). Not found in FreeBMD).

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11.   Henri Pitt CAZALY
Born 19 Mar 1806; bap 13 Apr 1806 at Saint Jean French Huguenot Spitalfields London, Henri Pitt, son of Pierre Cazaly & Sara Nash (ref FamilySearch C04906-1).
(ref IGI). His sponsor was Louise Rachel Cazaly (1st cousin) (ref Ancestry Non-Conformist registers).

No further information found.

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1.   Charles James CAZALY
Baptised 28 Jan 1829 at West Hackney Church, Charles James, son of James & Elizabeth Cazaly, Claremont Cottages W. Hackney, Accountant (no birth date given) (ref Ancestry London baptisms).

Not found on 1841 census.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Stoke Newington. Address: 1 Barrett Grove, Stoke Newington.
Together with his parents and siblings:
Charles Cazaly. Son. U. Age 22. Clerk. Born West Hackney.

Marriage registered Dec qtr 1851 at Hackney to Sarah Ann SMITH (ref marriage online index). Assuming she was at least 16 at her marriage, she was born c1835 or earlier at Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, England (though her age is understated throughout). Although her middle name is given as Ellen at her marriage, all other records have it as Ann.
The marriage was on 4 Nov 1851 at the Parish Church in the parish of Hackney in the County of Middlesex. Charles James Cazaly was of full age, bachelor, Mercantile Clerk, residing at Stoke Newington, father James Cazaly, Accountant. Sarah Ellen (see note) Smith, underage, spinster, residing at Clapton, father Charles Smith, Gentleman. In Sarah's signature, the middle name is scribbled on so it could be Ann. (ref Ancestry London marriages).

Curiously, the newspaper advice of the marriage had Sarah Ellen Smith.
"MARRIAGES. CAZALY - SMITH. - Nov. 4, at St. John's, Hackney, by the Rev. A. Gordon, C.J.Cazaly, eldest son of J. Cazaly, Esq., of Barrett-grove, Stoke Newington, to Sarah Ellen Smith, youngest daughter of C. [or G.] Smith, Esq., of Kennington." (ref British Newspaper Archive, London Daily News, Thurs 6 Nov 1851)

A team of Cazaly brothers entered the Royal Thames National Regatta held 13-15 August 1855, the race entrants being reported in The Era, Sunday 12 August 1855 such as "GENTLEMEN'S (JUN) FOUR-OAR. - Albion Club. Messrs. O. Cazaly, W. Devon, P. Cazaly, C. Cazaly, J. Smith (coxswain)." (ref British Newspapers). These were presumably Owen, Peter and Charles although Charles would have been rather old to be entered in a Junior race, so it might not have been him.

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Islington. Address: 6 Kings Road, Islington.
Together with dau Sarah E (7):
Charles J Cazaly. Head. Mar. Age 30. Clerk to Merchant. Born Middlesex, Stoke Newington.
Sarah A Cazaly. Wife. Mar. Age 24. Born Lincolnshire, Gainsborough.

Charles is listed aged 36 years in his mother's Australian death cert in Aug 1863.

In 1870 Charles was an Accountant living at Nightingale Road, Hackney at Charles' baptism (ref Ancestry London baptisms).
Ref 1871 census. London, England. Civil Parish of St John Hackney. Ecclesiastical District of St James Clapton. Address: 10 Nightingale Rd, Hackney.
Together with son Charles J W (1) and 2 domestic servants:
Charles Cazaly. Head. Mar. Age 43. Merchants Clerk. Born Middlesex, Stokenewington.
Sarah Cazaly. Wife. Mar. Age 35. Born Lincolnshire, Gainsburg. [presumably Gainsborough, incorrectly indexed as Saintbury]

Ref 1874 Post Office Directory of Middlesex (
www.historicaldirectories.org).
Cazaly Charles J, Oak villa, Nightingale Road, Downs Road, Lower Clapton.

Ref 1881 census. London, England. Civil Parish of Chelsea. Municipal Ward of Church. Ecclesiastical Parish of St Luke. 95 Manor Street, Chelsea.
In the home of Charles Bennett (53), Foreman at Smiths Engineers, and his wife Margaret and family, together with son Charles J W (11):
Charles J. Cazley (sic). Visitor. Mar. Age 53. Born Middlesex, Stoke Newington. Blind. [actually Cazaly, indexed as Cazely]
Sarah A. Cazley (sic). Visitor. Mar. Age 45. Born Lincolnshire, Gainsborough.

From 1884 Charles sought assistance from the French Protestant Hospital in view of being a Huguenot descendant, and obtained a letter from his cousin by marriage, Susanna Brees (see above). A note in the Huguenot Library file says "Charles James Cazaly became blind and incapable of work. Only child aged 14 entered as junior in a Stockbrokers office. Present address (23/2/85) 48 Forest road, Dalston N." Also, in a paper in support of help: "Charles J Cazaly - his great uncle Guillaume Cazaly was at the beginning of the present century a Director of the French Prot Hospital (in application for financial assistance)."

Ref 1891 census. London, England. Civil Parish of Stoke Newington. Ecclesiastical Parish of St Faith. Registration District of Hackney. Address: 24 Broughton Rd, Stoke Newington.
Together with son Charles J W (20):
Charles J Cazaly. Head. M. Age 62. Merchant's Clerk Retired. Born Middlesex, West Hackney. Blind.
Sarah A Cazaly. Wife. M. Age 57. Born Gainsborough, Lincolnshire.

Ref 1901 census. London, England. Civil Parish of Stoke Newington. Address: 95 Nevill Rd, Stoke Newington.
Charles J Cazaly. Head. M. Age 72. Born London, West Hackney. Blind.
Sarah Cazaly. Wife. M. Age 66. Born Lincs, Gainsborough.
[Written Cazaley with a stroke through the E. Indexed Cozalfy by Ancestry, and Cazalty by UK Gov 1901 census site.]

Ref 1911 census. London, England. Parish of Stoke Newington. Registration district of Hackney. Address: 149 Nevill Road Stoke Newington.
Charles James Cazaly. Head. Married. Age 82. Old Age Pensioner. Born Middlesex, West Hackney.
Sarah A Cazaly. Wife. Mar 59 years. Age 75. Born Lincolnshire, Gainsborough. Children 2 born, 1 living, 1 dead.

Charles' death reg Jun qtr 1913 at West Ham District, age 84 (ref online death index). No probate found.
Sarah died in 1916: death of Sarah Ann CAZALY, 20th May 1916 at 7 Forest Gate, County of West Ham. Female 78 years of 80 Windsor Road Leyton, widow of Charles James CAZALY, an Accountant, of senility. Signed by CJW CAZALY, son, of 34 Grange Park Road, Leyton. Death reg, Sarah A. Cazaly, age 78 at W. Ham District, June qtr 1916 (ref online death index).





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    Children:  
  1. Sarah Elizabeth CAZALY born 1853 at St Pancras, London  
  2. Charles James William CAZALY born 1870, bap 1870 at Saint John At Hackney, London
 
2.   Charlotte CAZALY
Bap 19 May 1830 at West Hackney Church, Charlotte, dau of James & Elizabeth Cazaly, Claremont Cottages, W. Hackney, Merchants Clerk (no birth date given) (ref Ancestry London baptisms).

Ref 1841 census, No. 2 R Barrett Grove, Parish of Stoke Newington, Middlesex.
Together with her parents and siblings:
Charlotte Cazaly. Age 10. Born in Middlesex.

Charlotte married (1) William HAZEL. For unknown reasons, there were two marriage services. The first was on 26 Jan 1850 at the Parish Church in the parish of St Mary Newington, Surrey. William was of full age, a bachelor, and a Gentleman; his address was Church Row, and his father was William Hazel, Gent. Charlotte was listed as of full age, spinster, of Stoke Newington, daughter of James Cazaly, Gent.

The second was on 3 April 1850 at the Parish Church in the parish of West Hackney, Middlesex. William was of full age, a bachelor, and a Gentleman; his address was West Hackney. Charlotte was listed as a minor, spinster, daughter of James Cazaly, Merchant. The only difference between the two is that she was listed as a minor in the second so perhaps that caused a problem. There is a record of a Marriage Licence Allegation on 2 Apr 1850 (ref fmp Parish marriages).

William was born c1826 at Clapham, Surry, and there are several possibilities.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Hackney. Ecclesiastical parish of West Hackney. Registration district of Hackney. Address: Somerford Grove, Hackney.
Together with daughter Anne (1 mo), a nurse and a servant:
William Hayslefo (illegible). Head. Mar. Age 25. Merchants Clerk. Born Surry, Clapham.
Charlotte Hayslefo (illegible). Wife. Mar. Age 21. Born Middlesex, West Hackney.

A possible burial for William is on 28 May 1856 at Saint Dunstan And All Saints, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex, age 30 though there are other possibilities (ref Ancestry, London burials).

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of St Johns Hackney. Ecclesiastical District of West Hackney. Address: Stoke Newington Rd / 5 Albion Place, Hackney.
Together with children Annie (10), Charlotte M (8), Kate (5) and a servant:
Charlotte Hazel. Head. Widow. Age 31. Professor of Music. Born Middlesex, Newington.

Charlotte is listed aged 34 years in her mother's Australian death cert in Aug 1863.

Charlotte married (2) 27 Apr 1865 at Saint Thomas in The Liberty of the Rolls, Middlesex, to Joseph Benson BUNTING. Joseph was aged 45, Widower, Rank or Profession a Gentleman, residing at 8 Bishops Court, son of Jabez Bunting, Minister. Charlotte was aged 34, a Widow, residing at 27 Cursitor Street. (Ref Ancestry, London Marriages.) Joseph Benson Bunting was born 11 Nov 1819, bap 8 May 1820, at the Church St Wesleyan, Spitalfields, London.

Ref 1871 census. London, England. Civil Parish of St John's. Ecclesiastical District of St Johns Hackney. Registration district of Hackney. Sub-registration district of West Hackney. Address: 2 Downs Road, Hackney.
In the home of William Aiken (55), Merchant, together with son Jabez (5)::
Joseph B. Bunting. Boarder. Mar. Age 51. Officer in Civil Service. Born St Lukes Middlesex.
Charlotte Bunting. Boarder. Mar. Age 40. Born Stoke Newington Middlesex.

In 1873 Charlotte was a witness at the marriage of her daughter Charlotte Maria to Joseph Steiner.

Ref 1881 census. London, England. Civil Parish of St Mary - Stoke Newington. Registration District of Hackney. Address Cail House, Manor Rd, Stoke Newington.
Together with Charlotte's daughter Charlotte Maria (28) and grandson Joseph C Steiner (6):
Joseph Benson Bunting. Head. Mar. Age 61. Retired Custom House Officer. Born Middlesex, London.
Charlotte Bunting. Wife. Mar. Age 50. Head of School. Born Middlesex, London.

Joseph died in 1891, death reg Mar qtr 1891 at Poole, Dorset (ref FreeBMD). Joseph Benson Bunting was buried in the parish of Longfleet, Dorset, on 16 Jan 1891, abode Longfleet, aged 71 (ref Ancestry Dorset Burials). No probate found.

Ref 1891 census. Dorset, England. Town of Poole. Civil Parish of Longfleet. Ecclesiastical Parish of St Mary's. Address: "Berkeley Grange", Ringwood Rd, Poole.
Together with daughter Charlotte M Steiner (38) and grandson Joseph C Steiner (16):
Charlotte Bunting. Head. Widow. Age 60. Private School. Born London, Stoke Newington. Blind.

Ref 1901 census. London, England. Civil Parish of St Marylebone. Ecclesiastical Parish of Christchurch. Address: 8 Stafford St, St Marylebone.
Together with daughter Charlotte M Steiner (48) and grandson Joseph C Steiner (26):
Charlotte Bunting. Grand Mother. Wid. Age 71. Born Stoke Newington, London. Blind 10 years thro.

Charlotte's death reg Dec qtr 1907 at Lambeth dist aged 77 (ref FreeBMD).




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    Children by William Hazel:  
  1. Annie HAZEL born 1851 at Stoke Newington, London  
  2. Charlotte Maria HAZEL born 1852 at Stoke Newington, London  
  3. Kate HAZEL born 1855 at Tottenham, Middlesex  
    Children by Joseph Benson Bunting:  
  4. Jabez BUNTING born 1865 at Stoke Newington, London
 
3.   Peter CAZALY
Bap 2 May 1832 at West Hackney Church (ref Ancestry, London baptisms).

Ref 1841 census, No. 2 R Barrett Grove, Parish of Stoke Newington, Middlesex.
Together with his parents and siblings:
Peter Cazaly. Age 9. Born in Middlesex.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Stoke Newington. Address: 1 Barrett Grove, Stoke Newington.
Together with his parents and siblings:
Peter Cazaly. Son. U. Age 19. Clerk. Born West Hackney.

Before leaving for Australia, Peter and his team entered the Royal Thames National Regatta held 13-15 August 1855, the race entrants being reported in The Era, Sunday 12 August 1855 such as "GENTLEMEN'S (JUN) FOUR-OAR. - Albion Club. Messrs. O. Cazaly, W. Devon, P. Cazaly, C. Cazaly, J. Smith (coxswain)." (ref British Newspapers). These were presumably Owen, Peter and Charles.

So Owen and Peter must have arrived in Australia at Feb 1856 at the earliest. Peter's death certificate gives an approximate date of c1854.

Occupation: in 1860, associated with the Koh-in-noor Co, Golden Point Lead, Ballarat.

Marr 1862 at Ballarat, Victoria, Australia (Vic reg 02604) to Elizabeth WATERS, born c1843, dau of Wm Waters and Mary Grantham (ref her death). At the birth of their first child, they were living at Malakoff Street, Newington, Ballarat.

Peter is listed as witness aged 31 years in his mother's Ballarat death cert in Aug 1863.

In 1864 a team of Cazaly brothers entered a rowing race at Ballarat, the vessel Cosmopolitan for the Ballarat Club: P.Cazaly, No.1, John Cazaly, No.2, Edward Williams, No.3, James Cazaly, stroke (ref Trove, The Star, Ballarat, Sat 19 Nov 1864).

In 1865, Peter was Secretary of Benevolent Asylum, 23 Webster St, Ballarat. There are many references to his musical activities in Ballarat papers of the time.

One example of his work as the Hon. Secretary of the Alfred Memorial Bells Fund in Ballarat. See the attachment, Ballarat Town Hall Clock Bells (pdf) for further information as to the reason for these bells (ref Victorian Country Woman May 2000).

The following letter was published in 'The Star' on 6th Nov, 1868.
"THE ALFRED MEMORIAL BELLS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STAR.
Sir, - In reply to the letter which appears in your yesterday's issue, signed "Campanalogian", stating - 1. That the Committee of the Alfred Memorial Bells Fund had been offered a benefit by the Lancashire Bell-ringers, and had not had the courtesy to reply; and 2. Stating that the said committee were asleep or dozing, I beg to state that the committee never received any intimation of any such benefit either verbally or by letter, and that upon this point there is most certainly a mistake on the part of "Campanalogian." As regards the dozing part of the business, I sincerely wish "Campanalogian" had been a member of the committee, as I can assure him that so far from napping he would have found himself in a state of constant activity, and would no doubt some time ago have had quite enough of it. It is needless for me in defence to go into a description of all the work the committee have done and are doing; it would absorb too much of your valuable space. Suffice it to say, that the committee have succeeded in the object they had in view - the procuring of the Alfred Memorial Bells, which will be on Ballarat early in the ensuing year. Success is the greatest proof of effort, and I may further inform "Campanalogian" that in addition to the private subscription list of £460, concerts, dramatic entertainments, soirees, deputations, public meetings, sub committees, to say nothing of the immense mass of correspondence that has been put through, fifteen members of this sleeping committee out of twenty have signed notes of hand to the amount of £20 each, payable three months after the arrival of the bells on Ballarat. Very good sleeping committee this, eh! Mr Campanalogian. The bells are thus through the energy of the committee in one way paid for, but they are sure that the Ballarat public will never allow this, and will help them out in the matter. The committee have excellent reasons for not troubling the town with benefits at this time. They think it ill-advised to keep the public constantly pestered with these things, and they are very wisely reserving themselves for the proper time, when the bells arrive, being satisfied that with one good effort the balance now remaining, about £300, will be raised. "Campanalogian" may rest satisfied the committee have their eyes open, and had he read the papers he would have had evidence week by week of our proceedings, especially as refers to the two councils. I cannot better conclude than by giving you a short statement of the financial position of the bells fund at the present time:- Remittance to bell founders, £400; donation Borough Council, Ballarat, £250; do do, Ballarat East, £100; promises payable on arrival of the bells £50: total £800. Estimated total cost of bells, £1100; balance to procure, £300.
- I am, &c., Peter Cazaly,
Hon. Secretary Alfred Memorial Bells Fund, 33 Drummond street, 5th November."

Another example, in July 1869, an event was held in association with the Benevolent Asylum, reported on in The Ballarat Star:
"Mr Peter Cazaly, the secretary, had the direction of the musical portion of the entertainment in this ward. Mrs William Little [his sister] presided at the piano, and several ladies and gentlemen of the Glee and Madrigal Union were also present, and performed during the evening." (ref Trove)

In 1871 the following was putblished in the Australasian newspaper (Trove, Saturday 28 October 1871):
"MR. CAZALY AND THE RICHMOND CLUB. To the Editor of the Australasian.
Sir.- Will you kindly insert the following few lines, that will perhaps prove interesting to the rowing world, as bearing upon the antecedent experiences of Mr. James Cazaly, about whom just now there is so much written, although it must be acknowledged that those who are trying to write him down are his beaten competitors. Although an old rowing man, I never remember to have seen competitors make so disgraceful an exhibition of themselves as the members of the Richmond crew have done since their defeat. Up to a certain point - viz., till the committee had decided - there was some shadow of an excuse for them; but to revive the matter now, and with such a display of spleen and ill-concealed malice, is lowering the Richmond crew in the eyes of the rowing world. It appears to be their impression that Mr. James Cazaly is a professional oarsman. When, I should like to know, did he begin such a career? In the old country he rowed as an amateur in regattas on the River Lea. He also rowed a member of the Albion River Lea Club, as No. 3, at the Putney Regatta, against the far-famed Wandle crew, consisting of Messrs. Cassamajor, Playford, Potter, and Ireland, and was beaten after a tremendous struggle by only half a length. Surely when men like those I have named accepted him as an amateur, why should the Richmond Club object? He was never objected to by the several Melbourne crews who rowed agains him in Geelong and Melbourne. When the University crew were beaten by him at Ballarat they never objected. Then why this outcry by the Richmond crew?
"Oh wad some power the giftie gie us
To see oursels as ithers see us."
If the Richmond defeated ones could only realise the pitiable spectacle they are making of themselves, they would quietly withdraw from the unmanly position they have taken up.
There is evidently a deal of the haw-haw and "my deah fellaw" arrangement in Mr. Hood's composition. "Let no mere carter come between the wind and my nobility till that beautiful, haw haw, Gardiner Challenge Cup, haw, figures on my, haw, drawingroom table." I may inform this kid-gloved oarsman that Mr. Cazaly belongs to as respectable a family as his own, and perhaps more so. His father was 60 years in the house of Messrs. Doxat and Co., silk merchants and bankers of London, and one of the richest firms in that ciry. For the greater part of that time he was their manager and head clerk, and was well known and respected by all city men. The family held an exceedingly good position. James Cazaly received a good education, but, in consequence of his father's death, he left England at an early age, and like many others in this colony, has not prospered as he wished.
In conclusion, allow me once more to protest against the Melbourne Regatta Committee acting as a Reference Committee on the question of fouls, and amateur versus professional questions. We have had by Mr. Hood's own admission the strange sight of a committee adjudicating on the question as to whether one of the competitors was an amateur or otherwise, two members of the committee having been his opponents in the very race disputed. Of course, we know how they voted. Don't you consider, sir, that there is something wrong in a committee formed of members of various clubs settling the most important questions arising in dispute between the competitors of their several clubs? The whole matter is laughed at on Ballarat as a most partial and one-sided business. I would suggest that for the next regatta a Committee of Reference be appointed, to consist of gentlemen not members of rowing clubs, but possessing experience, by whom disputes could be settled. If this be done we shall have an impartial tribunal, and every one will be satisfied. A foot note from you expressing your opinion of this suggestion would be very interesting, especially to Ballaat rowing men, who are dissatisfied with the present arrangements.
I am, Sir, yours obediently,
PETER CAZALY, 29 Lyons-street, Ballarat, Oct 18.
[We have been obliged to cut out some expressions in Mr. Cazaly's letter .- SP.ED]"

Peter was living at Soldiers Hill, Ballarat in 1876, when his child died.

Ref The Argus Wed 23 Jun 1886: "Ballarat. (From our correspondent.) Mr. Peter Cazaly has tendered his resignation of his office as secretary of the Benevolent Asylum. It has been received by the committee, and will be dealt with when the final report of the special auditors is made."

Peter evidently went through a difficult time financially in 1886.
"NEW INSOLVENTS. Peter Cazaly, of Ballarat, collector. Causes of insolvency - Heavy expenses for family, and borrowing money at high rates of interest. Liabilities, £617 3s. 8d; assets, £245; deficiency, £372 3s. 8d. Mr. W. D. M'Kee, assignee." (ref Trove, The Argus, Tue 27 July 1886).

Peter died 14 Jul 1922 at Montrose/Croydon, Victoria aged 90 (Vic reg 8854), buried Lilydale Cemetery, Victoria (Church of England). (Ref his Death Certificate) Peter was also known as a Music Teacher.

Elizabeth died 1930 at Croydon, Victoria aged 87, dau of Wm Waters & Mary Grantham (Vic reg 9206).
Ref The Argus Wed 8 Oct 1930: "CAZALY - On the 1st October, at Kilsyth, Elizabeth, widow of the late Peter Cazaly, and loving mother of Mrs. J. Reid (Gardenvale), aged 87 years. (Private interment.) - At rest."



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    Children:  
  1. Peter CAZALY born 1863 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  2. William CAZALY born 1865 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  3. Ernest Charles CAZALY born 1867 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  4. Clarence Herbert CAZALY born 1868 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  5. Rosa Mary CAZALY born 1869 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  6. Catherine Florence CAZALY born 1872 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  7. Louis Edgar CAZALY born 1874 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  8. Augustus CAZALY born 1876 at Ballarat, Victoria
 
4.   Henry William CAZALY
Bap 31 May 1834 at West Hackney Church, West Hackney (ref Ancestry, London baptisms).
The record states: 1834, May 31st, Henry William, son of James & Elizabeth Cazaly, Claremont Cottages N.Hy., Merchant (ref Ancestry London Baptisms).

Ref 1841 census, No. 2 R Barrett Grove, Parish of Stoke Newington, Middlesex.
Together with his parents and siblings:
Henry Cazaly. Age 7. Born in Middlesex.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Stoke Newington. Address: 1 Barrett Grove, Stoke Newington.
Together with his parents and siblings:
Henry Cazaly. Son. U. Age 17. Clerk. Born West Hackney.

Emigrated to Victoria, Australia during or before 1855. His father had died in June, 1854. Henry's name is the first of the Cazaly family to appear in Victorian newspapers which suggests that he arrived before his mother and other siblings, although no shipping record has been found. In The Argus of 18th April 1855 Henry's name is printed in the list of unclaimed letters at the General Post Office, Melbourne. On 31st July 1855, the following notice appeared in The Argus: "HENRY CAZALY.- write to G. G. Smith, from Barratt Grove, Stoke Newington, London, care Post Office, Melbourne." Perhaps one of his neighbours had emigrated.

It is possible that Henry William is the William Cazaley listed in the index to shipping below, though not in the list published in the newspaper:
"Shipping Intelligence. Arrived (Hobson's Bay). February 23 [1856].- New Great Britain, ship, 570 tons, W.H.Faremouth, from London 30th October. Passengers - cabin: Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, Mrs. Darby, Messrs. C. Cazaly, J.Cazaly, and eleven in the intermediate. Browne and Noyes, agents." (ref Trove, The Argus Melbourne, Monday 25 Feb 1856). This contradicts the published index to unassisted inward passengers which has John Cazaley aged 30 and William Cazaley aged 22 on board the vessel New Great Britain. [No John Cazaly of this age has been found.]

Henry Cazaly purchased land at Weatherboard Hill, Parish of Burrumbeet, Shire of Ballarat in 1857. The block was Allotment 6, Section C., of 5 acres, 0 roods, 24 perches. The Shire rate records do not start until 1864 and there were no Cazalys listed then. (Information from Bill Loader, research officer with the Learmonth & District Historical Society, 2014). There are several maps available at the State Library of Victoria. Attached is an 1867 map.

Henry is listed aged 29 years in his mother's Australian death cert in Aug 1863.

Marr 27 Nov 1867 in Victoria, Australia (Vic reg 04258 & newspaper) to Helena Smee WATSON, born in Sydney.
Marriage info: "CAZALY - WATSON. - On the 27th ult., by the Rev. R. Hamilton, Henry Cazaly, of Ballarat (son of the late James Cazaly, Esq., of Stoke Newington, London), to Helena Watson, daughter of the late Abner Watson, Esq., of Melbourne. Ballarat and home papers please to copy." (Ref The Argus, Melbourne, 2 Dec 1867)

Henry died 19 Oct 1908 at 146 Barkly St, Carlton (Vic reg 12890), bur Springvale Cemetery (Church of England, Comp A Sect 21 Grave 6).

His death certificate is in the name of Cazaby and no details are known about his marriage or any children. Helena died at unknown time and is not listed on his death certificate.




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5.   Owen Frederick CAZALY
Born 8 Jan 1835 (obscured); bap 29 Sep 1836 at West Hackney Church (ref Ancestry, London baptisms).

Ref 1841 census, No. 2 R Barrett Grove, Parish of Stoke Newington, Middlesex.
Together with his parents and siblings:
Owen Cazaly. Age 5. Born in Middlesex.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Stoke Newington. Address: 1 Barrett Grove, Stoke Newington.
Together with his parents and siblings:
Owen Cazaly. Son. U. Age 15. Clerk. Born Stoke Newington.

A team of Cazaly brothers entered the Royal Thames National Regatta held 13-15 August 1855, the race entrants being reported in The Era, Sunday 12 August 1855 such as "GENTLEMEN'S (JUN) FOUR-OAR. - Albion Club. Messrs. O. Cazaly, W. Devon, P. Cazaly, C. Cazaly, J. Smith (coxswain)." (ref British Newspapers). These were presumably Owen, Peter and Charles although Charles would have been rather old to be entered in a Junior race, so it might not have been him.

So Owen and Peter must have arrived in Australia at Feb 1856 at the earliest. No definite record has been found.

In 1860, he was associated with the Koh-in-noor Co, Golden Point Lead, Ballarat.

Marr (1st) 1 Feb 1862 in Ballarat, Victoria (Vic reg 00023) to Mary Ann ROBSON, born 16 Oct 1842 (ref. Stuart Robson from a birthday book). From a transcript of the marriage cert, they were bachelor and spinster; Church of England; he was from Stoke Newington, Middlesex and she from Tettenhall, Staffordshire; Owen was a miner and 26, Mary was 20; their usual place of residence was Ballarat; Mary's parents were Thomas Robson, Painter & Glazier, and Caroline Bagley.

Owen Frederick Cazaly and Mary Ann had a female baby, born 8 Oct 1862 on board the vessel "Kent" travelling to London (ref findmypast, births at sea). No further information is known about this baby.

Owen and Mary Ann returned to Australia the following year.

Records of the unassisted passengers of the ship Istanboul which arrived in Melbourne in 1863 show the following:
Owen Cazlay, Age 28, Goldseeker, English.
Mary Ann Cazlay, Age 21, Wife, English.

Owen aged 28 years was the informant for his mother's death certificate in Aug 1863 in Ballarat.

Owen is listed as a shareholder of British Columbia Gold Mining Co & British Standard Gold Mining Co & New World Gold Mining Co & Cape Clear Gold Mining Co in Ballarat in 1865 (ref Gov Gazette, Victoria).

There is a shipping record in July 1868 for Owen Cazaly age 33 from Victoria with destination Maryborough (presumably in Queensland; Maryborough was settled in 1847 and was a major immigration port into Australia) on the vessel 'Hero' together with James age 25. Owen is listed departing from Maryborough and Brisbane and arriving 1 Nov 1868 at Sydney on the steamship Saxonia.

Mary Ann died 11 Feb 1901 at South Yarra, Victoria (Vic reg 3682).
Ref The Argus Tues 12 Feb 1901: " CAZALY. - On the 11th February, at her son's residence "Taviuni" 13 Howitt-street, Hawksburn, Mary Anne, beloved wife of O. F. Cazaly, aged 59 years."

Marr (2nd) 1908 at Fitzroy, Victoria (Vic reg 4496) to Florence Diana HEITHER, born c1873 at Daylesford. Referred to as Florence BUCK in his death cert as she had been previously married. She was a dau of Matthew Heither and Frances Morris (ref her death in 1921).
Her son Alfred Sidney was known as Sidney Cazaly.

Owen died 2 Oct 1920 at 486 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, Victoria aged 85 (Vic reg 14331), bur at Coburg Cemetery, Church of England (ref Death Certificate)
Ref The Argus Mon 4 Oct 1920: "DEATHS. CAZALY.- On the 2nd October, at his residence, No. 486 Brunswick street, North Fitzroy, Owen Frederick, the dearly beloved husband of Florence, and loving father of Owen, Edward, Walter and Sidney Cazaly, aged 85 years."
Ref The Argus Mon 4 Oct 1920: "CAZALY - The Friends of the late Mr. OWEN FREDERICK CAZALY are invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Coburg Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from his residence, No. 486 Brunswick street, North Fitzroy, to-morrow (Tuesday, 5th October), at 11 o'clock punctually."

Florence died 31 May 1921 at Heatherton Sanitorium, Cheltenham, Victoria aged 48 (Vic reg 5074), bur at Coburg Cemetery. (Ref her death certificate.)
At her death Florence's usual residence was 486 Brunswick St, North Fitzroy.



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    Children by Mary Ann Robson:  
  1. (female) CAZALY born 1862 at sea  
  2. Owen Robson CAZALY born 1863 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  3. Edward John CAZALY born 1867 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  4. Walter Frederick CAZALY born 1869 at Ballarat, Victoria
 
6.   John Foy CAZALY
Born 30 Nov 1837; bap 10 Dec 1838 at West Hackney Church (ref Ancestry London baptisms).

Ref 1841 census, No. 2 R Barrett Grove, Parish of Stoke Newington, Middlesex.
Together with his parents and siblings:
Foy Cazaly. Age 3. Born in Middlesex.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Stoke Newington. Address: 1 Barrett Grove, Stoke Newington.
Together with his parents and siblings:
Foy Cazaly. Son. U. Age 13. Scholar. Born Stoke Newington.

In the Royal Thames National Regatta in August 1856, the winning team in the Gentlemen (juniors) Four-oard Race was the Albion Club consisting of J.C.Cazaly, J.Cazaly, W. Devon, H.C.Wynn, G.Moore coxswain (ref Morning Chronicle, and London Standard, both Thurs 21 Aug 1856). This was presumably James Charles and John Foy. This would make their earliest possible arrival in Australia about Feb 1857.

Emigrated to Australia c1856. No definite record has been found, unless it was he on the New Great Britain arriving Feb 1856 with an age of 20 rather than 30, as below:

"Shipping Intelligence. Arrived (Hobson's Bay). February 23.- New Great Britain, ship, 570 tons, W.H.Faremouth, from London 30th October. Passengers - cabin: Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, Mrs. Darby, Messrs. C. Cazaly, J.Cazaly, and eleven in the intermediate. Browne and Noyes, agents." (ref Trove, The Argus Melbourne, Monday 25 Feb 1856). This contradicts the published index to unassisted inward passengers which has John Cazaley aged 30 and William Cazaley aged 22 on board the vessel New Great Britain.

Foy is listed aged 26 years in his mother's Australian death cert in Aug 1863.

In 1864 a team of Cazaly brothers entered a rowing race at Ballarat, the vessel Cosmopolitan for the Ballarat Club: P.Cazaly, No.1, John Cazaly, No.2, Edward Williams, No.3, James Cazaly, stroke (ref Trove, The Star, Ballarat, Sat 19 Nov 1864).

Ref 1909 Electoral Roll of Malvern East, Victoria.
John Cazaly. Hunter st, Malvern East, gardener.

Ref 1914 Electoral Roll of Malvern East, Victoria.
Foy John Cazaly. Hunter st, Malvern East, gardener.

Ref 1919 Electoral Roll of Brighton, Victoria.
Foy John Cazaly, 39 Middle cres, Brighton.

Died 2 Apr 1921 at Melbourne Hospital (Vic reg 6473); his usual residence at death was 170 St Kilda Street, Brighton, Victoria, buried Brighton Cemetery, under the name John Foy Cazaly. (Ref his death certificate which has the place of death very obscure
Not married. Occupation packer.

Ref The Argus Mon 4 Apr 1921: "CAZALY. - On the 1st April, at Melbourne Hospital, John Foy, uncle of Owen, Edward, and Walter, aged 84 years."
[The DC says 2nd April.]



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7.   Catherine Walford (Kate) CAZALY
Born 12 Apr 1839 at Barrett Grove, Stoke Newington, London, England (ref copy of entry of birth, although no name is registered; birth reg Jun qtr 1839 at Hackney with no name (ref FreeBMD).
Bap 28 Aug 1839 at West Hackney Church (ref Ancestry London baptisms).

Ref 1841 census, No. 2 R Barrett Grove, Parish of Stoke Newington, Middlesex.
Together with her parents and siblings:
Catherine Cazaly. Age 2. Born in Middlesex.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Stoke Newington. Address: 1 Barrett Grove, Stoke Newington.
Together with her parents and siblings:
Catherine Cazaly. Dau. U. Age 11. Scholar. Born Stoke Newington.

Arrived in Ballarat, Victoria with her mother in 1856 according to family documents. Her occupation was pianoforte teacher.


Marr 21 Apr 1862 in Wesleyan Church, Lydiard St, Ballarat (Vic reg 1419), to William LITTLE, born 7 Feb 1839 at Cumberland, England, died 2 Oct 1916 at Ballarat.
"MARRIAGE. On Monday, 21st April, at Wesley Church, Lydiard street, by the Rev. J. S. Waugh, William Little, only son of John Little, Bridge street, Main Road, Ballarat, late of Cumberland, England, to Catherine Cazaly, Drummond street, Ballarat, late of Stoke Newington, London." (ref Trove, The Star Ballarat, Tue 22 Apr 1862).

Kate is listed aged 23 years in her mother's Australian death cert in Aug 1863 and William was a witness.

The following notes are from her obituary, see the LITTLE TREE for the full transcript from Ballarat Star, 26 Oct 1903.
"Mrs. Catherine Walford Little was a sister of Mr. Peter Cazaly, and arrived in Ballarat with her parents [not her father] in 1856.The family proceeded to Mount Weatherboard and having brought a piano from England Mrs. Little followed the musical profession for some little time, amongst her pupils being Mrs. Bath. She was married in 1862 to Mr. William Little, and has resided in Ballarat ever since. She was a true friend of the poor, and was widely esteemed by all sections of the community by reason of her estimable qualities. A brilliant pianist and organist. The deceased lady was a cosmopolitan in the truest sense of the word, and was ever ready to give of her talents irrespective of class or creed. She was a prominent member of the Methodist church, and had been closely connected with Lydiard Street for very many years. She occupied the position of Mayoress of the City in 1890 and 1891, and pleasurable recollections of the courteous manner in which she carried out the duties of her high office are still retained in the memories of citizens. The late Mrs. Little occupied a very prominent position in musical circles, and had been originally a pupil of Griesbach. etc "

She died 25 Oct 1903 (Vic reg 12040) at Brayton House, 25 Clarendon St, Ballarat, bur Ballarat Old Cem (AN/8/1). The house was originally numbered 25 but between 1903 and 1909 (ref Electoral Rolls) the number was changed to 205.

See LITTLE tree for further information. Issue 3 children.

FROM WHOM FREDERICK SHADE IS DESCENDED.

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8.   James Charles CAZALY
Presumably born 30 Nov 1840 (though reported to be born 30 Nov 1841); bap 4 Feb 1846 at West Hackney Church (ref Ancestry London baptisms). Not found in FreeBMD.

Ref 1841 census, No. 2 R Barrett Grove, Parish of Stoke Newington, Middlesex.
Together with his parents and siblings:
James Cazaly. Age 7 months. Born in Middlesex.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Stoke Newington. Address: 1 Barrett Grove, Stoke Newington.
Together with his parents and siblings:
James Cazaly. Son. U. Age 9. Scholar. Born Stoke Newington.

In the Royal Thames National Regatta in August 1856, the winning team in the Gentlemen (juniors) Four-oard Race was the Albion Club consisting of J.C.Cazaly, J.Cazaly, W. Devon, H.C.Wynn, G.Moore coxswain (ref Morning Chronicle, and London Standard, both Thurs 21 Aug 1856). This was presumably James Charles and John Foy. This would make their earliest possible arrival in Australia about Feb 1857.

James is listed aged 22 years in his mother's Australian death cert in Aug 1863.

There is a newspaper report of a burglary from James in 1863:
"NEWS AND NOTES.. The residence of Mr James Cazaly, in Ascot street, was recently entered by some thief, who stole a silver quart cup, stamped RTNR over 1856, a pair of new black cloth trousers, a black cloth vest, four shirts, a silver medal, and two pairs of wellington boots." (Trove, The Star, Ballarat, Mon 24 Aug 1863). [Note that the RTNR stands for Royal Thames National Regatta so this was his winning cup in 1856.]

In 1864 a team of Cazaly brothers entered a rowing race at Ballarat, the vessel Cosmopolitan for the Ballarat Club: P.Cazaly, No.1, John Cazaly, No.2, Edward Williams, No.3, James Cazaly, stroke (ref Trove, The Star, Ballarat, Sat 19 Nov 1864).

The Gold Museum in Ballarat has a watch won by James in a sculling race in 1866 (ref R.Allen 2014).

There is a shipping record in July 1868 for James Cazaly age 25 from Victoria with destination Maryborough (presumably in Queensland; Maryborough was settled in 1847 and was a major immigration port into Australia) on the vessel 'Hero' together with Owen age 33.


Marr 20 Dec 1873 at Rathdown St, Carlton, Victoria (Vic reg 4460) by the Minister of the Presbyterian Church to Elizabeth Jemima McNEE, born c1852 at St Giles, Edinburgh, Scotland, dau of Daniel McNee and Euphemia Pender. The service was at the home of the Bride's father. James gives his birth place as Little Collins Street Melbourne and his father as James Charles Cazaly, both incorrect (ref Marriage Certificate).

Other documentation regarding their son Roy states that Elizabeth was a midwife and herbalist from Scotland, and that James had been a champion oarsman and a physical instructor, but had lost his money in the collapse of the land boom and was a labourer when Roy was born.

Usual residence: Little Collins St, Melbourne (1873), 49 Merton St Albert Park (1918).
Occ: warehouseman (1873), clerk (1918). Elizabeth was a Dressmaker.

James died 13 Dec 1918 at Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne East (Vic reg 13857), bur Coburg (Presbyterian). His death certificate has some inaccuracies (eg his father's name, given as Chas., and the status of his children).
Elizabeth died 1927 at Melbourne South aged 74 (Vic reg 2685), bur Coburg.
Ref The Argus 1 Feb 1927:
CAZALY - On the 31st January, 1927, at her residence, 270 Bridport street, Albert Park, Elizabeth Jemima, relict of the late James Cazaly, and loving mother of James, Daniel (Wangaratta), William, Sydney (deceased), George, Elinor (Mrs Knoll), Ernest, Florence, Edgar (deceased), and Roy, aged 74 years. A colonist of 74 years. Peacefully sleeping."




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    Children:  
  1. James William CAZALY born 1874 at South Melbourne, Victoria  
  2. Daniel Henry Charles CAZALY born 1875 at Melbourne, Victoria  
  3. William Eagles CAZALY born 1877 at Carlton, Victoria  
  4. Sydney Owen Walter CAZALY born 1879 at North Fitzroy, Victoria  
  5. Albert George CAZALY born 1881 at Fitzroy, Victoria  
  6. Lenore Ethel Cameron CAZALY born 1884 at Fitzroy, Victoria  
  7. Ernest Arthur John CAZALY born 1886 at North Fitzroy, Victoria  
  8. Florence CAZALY born 1888 at North Fitzroy, Victoria  
  9. Edgar Lionel CAZALY born 1890 at South Melbourne, Victoria  
  10. Roy CAZALY born 1893 at Albert Park, Victoria
 
9.   Elizabeth Jane (Bessy) CAZALY
Born 19 Oct 1845; bap 4 Feb 1846 at West Hackney Church (ref Ancestry London baptisms).
Birth reg Dec qtr 1845 at Hackney District, London (ref birth index).

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Stoke Newington. Address: 1 Barrett Grove, Stoke Newington.
Together with her parents and siblings:
Elizabeth Cazaly. Dau. U. Age 6. Scholar. Born Stoke Newington.

Migraged to Victoria c1856 with her mother and some siblings.
In a list of unclaimed letters at the Ballarat Post Office for 1st September 1857, both Mrs Cazaly and E Cazaly are listed. (ref Trove, The Star Ballarat, Tues 1 Sep 1857).

Bessy is listed aged 17 years in her mother's Australian death cert in Aug 1863.

Marr 13 Feb 1864 (Vic reg 14) at Christ Church C of E, Ballarat, Victoria to George MOORE (ref Marriage Cert). He was born 16 Feb 1843 in Norfolk, England. George was a soldier and became Crown Surveyor of Fiji; they lived in Fiji at least 1872-1904, with short periods in Australia.

At the death of their son Charles in the Boer War in 1901, "The Record" newpaper of 25 May 1901 reported "his father occupies the position of Commissioner of Lands in Fiji, and his mother and sisters reside at 46 St. Vincent Place, Albert Park". George retired on pension in 1905.

Elizabeth died 24 Apr 1924 at 134 Moray St, South Melbourne (Vic reg 6586), bur Kew Cem CofE Comp E No 186 (ref her Death Cert).
George died 6 Sep 1925 at 134 Moray St, South Melbourne (Vic reg 10774 & Fiji Government Archivist letter), bur Kew Cem Comp E No 187 (ref Death Certificate).
There is a large memorial to Annie Mary Moore, Elizabeth Moore, George Moore & Edith Pratt Winter at Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.



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    Children:  
  1. Edgar John MOORE born 1865 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  2. Edith MOORE born 1868 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  3. Catherine MOORE born 1869 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  4. Frank MOORE born 1870 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  5. Lilian MOORE born 1873 in Fiji  
  6. Walter Charles MOORE born 1875 in Fiji  
  7. Grace Ethel MOORE born 1878 in Fiji  
  8. Amy MOORE born 1880 in Fiji  
  9. Elsie Sara MOORE born 1881 in Fiji  
  10. Victor Harold MOORE born 1882 in Fiji  
  11. Horace George MOORE born in Fiji  
  12. George Basil MOORE born 1890 at South Melbourne, Victoria
 
    Issue of Marguerote Anne Cazaly and Bartholomew Frost  
1.   Maria Ann FROST
Bap 25 Dec 1785 at St Botolph Without Aldgate, London; "Maria Ann Frost Daur of Barthw & Mary Ann Long Celler (?) Lower East Smithfield (ref Ancestry London Bap Mar Bur).

A possible burial is that of Mary Frost 31 Dec 1786 at Christ Church, Spitalfields, London, "Mary Frost, Fashion Street" although the age given is 1 month not 1 year (ref Ancestry London Bap Mar Bur).
 
2.   Anna Matilda FROST
Bap 4 Apr 1790 at St Botolph Without Aldgate, London; "Anna Matilda Frost Daur of Bartholomeus & Mary Crown Ct Upper East Smithd. (ref Ancestry London Bap Mar Bur).
 
3.   Jesse Mary FROST
Bap 28 Dec 1792 at St Botolph Without Aldgate, London; "Jesse Mary Frost Dau of Barthw & Mary Ann Flushing Yard (ref Ancestry London Bap Mar Bur).
 
4.   Mary Ann FROST
Bap 24 Sep 1797 at St Botolph Without Aldgate, London; "Mary Ann Frost Dau of Bartholomew & Mary Ann Born 25 Aug. Dean Street (ref Ancestry London Bap Mar Bur).

The following information is based on several Ancestry Public Trees (eg "South-African-Families"). The connection with the Cazaly family is plausable but unconfirmed.

Marr 9 March 1830 at St Alphege, Greenwich, of Mary Ann Frost to John Duke JACKSON; both were single and of this parish, married by licence; witnesses were Harriet Lautier and James Thorn (?). There is a note on the marriage register: "The above couple were married in the ____ of the Scottish Church at Edinburgh the 26(?)th October 1825." (ref Ancestry London Marriages).

Strangely, this marriage cannot be found in the parish registers in Scotlands People. However it goes to explain why they had 3 children prior to the above marriage in 1830.

The family moved to South Africa in about 1831.

John died 1856 at Cape Town, South Africe (ref APT).
Marry Ann died in 1882 at Houw Hoek, South Africa (ref APT).


    Children:  
  1. Marianne JACKSON born 1825, bap 1827 at St Saviour, Southwark, London  
  2. Harriet Lautier JACKSON born 1827, bap 1830 at St Alphege, Greenwich, Kent  
  3. John Scafe JACKSON born 1829, bap 1830 at St Alphege, Greenwich, Kent  
  4. Henry Duke JACKSON born 1831 at Caledon, South Africa  
  5. Edward Frost JACKSON born 1835 at Elsies Bay, South Africa  
  6. Jessie Mary JACKSON born 1837 at Caledon, South Africa  
  7. Maximilian James JACKSON born 1839 at Cape Town, South Africa  
  8. Walter Hawkins JACKSON born 1843 at Elsies Bay, South Africa
 
    Issue of Jeanne Cazaly and George Braud  
1.   Henriette Louise BRAUD
Born 13 Sep 1801, bap 11 Oct 1801 at Saint Jean French Huguenot, Spitalfields, London, Henriette Louise, dau of George Braud & Jeanne Cazaly (ref FamilySearch C04906-1). Her Godparents were Jean Pierre Cazaly and Sara Cazaly (ref Ancestry Non-Conformist registers).

She held a Certificate of Membership dated 22 May 1820 for the French Church Threadneedle Street (ref her dau's application to "La Providence").

She married Thomas CAZALY, a second cousin, see above.

Marriage 8 Aug 1825 at Saint Botolph Bishopsgate, London, of Thomas CAZALY to Henrietta Louisa BRAUD; both were single (ref FamilySearch M01663-7). They were married by Banns (see Ancestry London marriages). Pallot's Marriage Index has alternate names BRAND or BRAUD, 1825 at St Botolph Without Bishopsgate, both of Liberty of Norton Folgate. However BRAUD is used more consistently in the records of Henrietta and other family members.

See above for further information. They had 3 children.
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    Issue of Marguerite Toureille and Henry Yund  
1.   Jean Henry YOUNT
Born 6 Mar 1791; bap 3 Apr 1791 at Threadneedle Street French Huguenot, London, Jean Henry, son of Henri Yunt (sic) & Marguerite Tourrel (ref FamilySearch C04903-2).
The baptism register has some confusion with the spelling of Tourell as it lists the sponsors as Jean Tourell, grand father, and Anne Marguerite Marcellin (ref Ancestry Non-Conformist registers).

Marr 24 Sep 1815 at St Botolph Bishopsgate of John Henry Yount to Sarah HOPWOOD; the marriage was by Banns, they were bachelor and spinster of the parish, and witnesses were John Cutler & Mary Hopwood (ref Ancestry London Marriages). She was born c1789 at Bethnal Green (ref census).

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of St Botolph without Bishopsgate. Registration dist of London, East. Address: Sweet Apple Court, St Botolph Without Bishopsgate, London.
Henry Yount. Age 50. Lb. Born in Middlesex.
Sarah Yount. Age 55. Born in Middlesex.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Shoreditch. Registration district of Shoreditch. Address: 95 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, London.
Henry Yount. Head. Mar. Age 60. Dealer & Chapman. Born Middlesex St Georges East.
Sarah Yount. Wife. Mar. Age 62. Born Middlesex, Bethnal Green.

Death reg of Sarah Yount Dec qtr 1852 at Shoreditch dist (ref FreeBMD). Burial of Sarah Yount 14 Nov 1852 at St Matthew Bethnal Green aged 65, abode James Street (ref Ancestry London Burials).
Death ref of Henry John Yount Jun qtr 1854 at Bethnal Green dist (ref FreeBMD). Burial not found.
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    Child:  
  1. John Henry YOUNT born 1819, bap 1821 at St Leonard Shoreditch, London
 
2.   Anne Marguerite YOUNT
Born 14 Mar 1792; bap 1 Apr 1792 at Threadneedle Street French Huguenot, London, Anne Marguerite, dau of Henry Yunt (sic) and Marguerite Tourell (ref FamilySearch C04903-2). In the register the spelling was Tourel and the sponsors were Jacob Yunt and Marguerite Tourel (ref Ancestry Non-Conformist register).
No further details found.
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3.   Caroline Sophia YOUNT
Born 13 Feb 1803, bap 6 Mar 1803 at Saint Jean French Huguenot, Spitalfields London, Caroline Sophie Yount, dau of Henry Yount & Marguerite Tourele (ref FamilySearch C04906-1).

Marriage 29 Aug 1822 at St George in the East of Caroline Sophia Yount to Samuel JAMES; the record has that Samuel James of this Parish a Bachelor and Caroline Sophia Yount of this Parish a Spinster were married in this Church by Banns this twenty ninth day of August in the year 1822 by me C.H. Rocke assist. Minister. This marriage was solemnized between us Samuel James, Caroline Sophia Yount in the presence of Eliza James Thos Henry Foster [husband of her aunt Mary Esther Toureille] (ref Ancestry London Marriages).

Bap of Samuel James 17 Aug 1800 at Saint Dunstan, Stepney, London, son of Samuel James and Mary (ref FamilySearch C05576-1).

Her mother Margaret made her Will on the 21 Sep 1832:
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1st Sepr 1832. Yount Margaret otherwise Margret. £100. This is the Last Will and Testament of me Margaret Yount Widow the Relict of Henry Yount formerly of the Seven Stars Whitechapel High Street in the County of Middlesex Victualler deceased Whereas my Son John Henry Yount has received from the Estate of his Father the said Henry Yount deceased considerable sums of Money and has also an Interest in the Sum of Two hundred and fifty Pounds Stock in his said Father's Will bequeathed which said Stock is all that remains of his said Father's Estate I give and bequeath to my said son the Sum of One Shilling if he shall demand the same And as to all the rest residue and remainder of my Estate and Effects after Payment of my just Debts and funeral Expenses I give and bequeath the same unto Samuel James the Younger and his Wife Caroline Sophia my Daughter and to the survivor of them And I hereby appoint the said Samuel James Executor and in case of his Decease my said Daughter Caroline Sophia Executrix of this my Will Hereby revoking all former Wills by me at any time made and declaring this above to be my Last Will and Testament In witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal this Nineteenth Day of September in the Year of our Lord One thousand and thirty [t followed by space]. [Signed] Margret Yount
Signed sealed and published by the said Testatrix Margaret Yount as and for her Last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in her presence at her request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses. [Signed] Thos Bond, Thos Henry Foster."

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Stepney. Registration District of Stepney. Address: Saville Place, Stepney.
Together with children Samuel (15), Caroline (10), Henry (5), Matilda (1):
Saml James. Age 40. Bell Hanger. Not born Middlesex.
Caroline James. Age 35. Not born Middlesex.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of Mile End Old Town. Registration district of Stepney. Address: 5 Saville Place, Mile End Old Town.
Together with children Henry W (18), Matilda (11) and a visitor:
Samuel James. Head. Mar. Age 52. Smith And Bell Hanger. Born Middlesex Stepney.
Caroline S James. Wife. Mar. Age 47. Born Middlesex Whitechapel.

Ref 1861 census. London, England. Parish of Stepney. Registration dist of Mile End Old Town. Address: 8 Saville Place Mile End Road, Stepney.
Together with dau Matilda (21), granddaughter Mary Ann James (4) and a servant:
Samuel James. Head. Mar. Age 61. Smith & Gas Fitter emp 2 men. Born Middlesex Stepney.
Caroline S James. Wife. Mar. Age 56. None. Born Middlesex Stepney.
[Indexed as LONES in fmp]
[The granddaughter not identified, and James is quite a common name in the district.]

Ref 1871 census. London, Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of Trinity District. Registration district of Mile End Old Town. Address: 526 Mile End Rd, Trinity District.
Together with dau Matilda (31) and a servant:
Samuel James. Head. Age 72. Gas Fitter. Born Middlesex Mile End.
Caroline S James. Wife. Mar. Age 68. Born Middlesex Bethnal Green.

Samuel died 28 Oct 1880. Death reg of Samuel James Dec qtr 1880 at Mile End dist aged 81 (ref FreeBMD).
"JAMES Samuel. Personal Estate £194. 3 August [1881]. The Will of Samuel James late of 526 Mile-End-road in the County of Middlesex who died 28 October 1880 at 526 Mile-End-road was proved at the Principal Registry by Caroline Sophia James of 526 Mile-End-road Widow the sole Executrix." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Ref 1881 census. London, Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of Mile End Old Town. Registration district of Mile End Old Town. Address: 526 Mile End Rd, Mile End Old Town.
Together with dau Matilda (49) and a visitor:
Caroline S James. Head. Widow. Age 77. Gas Fitter employs 1 man. Born Middlesex Bethnal Green.

Caroline died 21 Aug 1889. Death reg of Caroline Sophia James Sep qtr 1889 at Mile End Old Town dist aged 86 (ref FreeBMD).
"JAMES Caroline Sophia. Personal Estate £127 5s. 13 June [1890]. The Will of Caroline Sophia James late of 526 Mile-End-road in the County of Middlesex Widow who died 21 August 1889 at 526 Mile-End-road was proved at the Principal Registry by Matilda James of 526 Mile-End-road the Daughter the sole Executrix." (ref Ancestry National Probate)





















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    Children:  
  1. Samuel Walter JAMES born 1824, bap 1824 at St George in the East, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex  
  2. Caroline Louisa JAMES bap 1828 at St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex  
  3. Henry William JAMES bap 1832 at St Dunstan and All Saints Stepney, Middlesex  
  4. Matilda JAMES bap 1840 at St Peter, Mile End Old Town, Middlesex
 
    Issue of Jeanne (Jane) Toureille and Jean (John) Charbonier  
1.   Charlotte CHARBONIER
Born 28 Apr 1788; bap 25 May 1788 at Threadneedle Street French Huguenot, London, Charlotte, dau of Jean Charbonier & Jeanne Tourel (ref FamilySearch C04903-2).
Same details with sponsors Jean Charbonier & Marguerite Tourel (ref Ancestry Non-Conformist registers).

No further details found.
 
    Issue of Jean Pierre Toureille (John Peter Tourell) and Jane Samson  
1.   John James TOURELL
Born 29 Jan 1794; bap 23 Feb 1794 at Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London, son of John Peter and Jane Tourell (Weaver) (ref IGI and actual record on Ancestry BMB).

Married 7 Jun 1813 at Saint John At Hackney, Middlesex, to Sarah CLARK, Bachelor and Spinster (Ref Ancestry London Marriages). .
She was born 10 Aug 1791 at Coopers Gardens, Hackney Road, Shoreditch (ref French Hosp application).
Sarah born 10 Aug 1791, bap 30 Aug 1791 at Saint Leonards, Shoreditch, dau of Thomas and Ann (ref FamilySearch). She was dau of Thomas Clark and Ann Duboc of 24 Anchor Street, Bethnal Green (ref French Hospital application). The Duboc family were Huguenots from Picardy, High Normandy (ref FH application).

In her application to the French Hospital in 1858, Sarah stated that her husband had deserted her 35 years since, i.e. about 1823.

James had a relationship with Ann, surname unknown. Their first known child was born about 1826. Ann's name is given in APT as Ann Chabot.

Ref 1841 census. Surrey, England. Civil Parish of Battersea. Registration dist of Wandsworth & Clapham. Address: Ford's Buildings, Battersea.
Together with children Ann (15), George (6), Mary Ann (4), Matilda (2):
James Tourell. Age 40. Silk Weaver. Not born in Surrey.
Ann Tourell. Age 30. Not born in Surrey.
AND
Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of St Matthew Bethnal Green. Registration dist of St Matthew Bethnal Green. Address: Pedley Street, St Matthew Bethnal Green.
In the home of John Bailey (50), Gas Lighter, and family:
Sarah Tourell. Age 50. Silk Warper. Born in Middlesex.

In 1849, John and Ann had four of their children baptised at St Saviour Southwark: George, Mary Ann, Matilda Jane and Isaac Henry. At the time they were living at 19 Devonshire place and he was a Rug Maker.

Ref 1851 census. Surrey, England. Civil Parish of Saint Saviour. Registration district of Saint Saviour. Address: 19 Devonshire Place, Saint Saviour, Southwark.
Together with children George (15), Mary Ann (13), Isaac (4), Charles (9 mos):
John Tourille. Head. Mar. Age 53. laborer. Born Middlesex Bethnal Green.
Ann Tourille. Wife. Mar. Age 40. Born Middlesex Shoreditch.
[All indexed as Touville in fmp.]
AND
Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Bethnal Green. Registration district of Bethnal Green. Address: 29 Fuller Street, Bethnal Green, Tower Hamlets.
Together with her grand daughter Emily Tourell (13):
Sarah Tourell. Head. Widow. Age 59. Silk Warper. Born Shoreditch, Middlesex.

Not known when John James Tourell died. John and Ann not found in 1861 census.

In 1858 Sarah was living with her son William at No 13 Thomas Street when she applieed to the French Hospital.

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Bethnal Green. Address: 25 Thomas St, Bethnal Green.
Together with her son William and grandson:
Sarah Tourell. Mother. Widow. Age 70. Formerly Silk Warper. Born Middlesex, Shoreditch.

Sarah was elected to the French Hospital on 4 May 1861 and presumably was there until her death in 1878.

Not found in 1871 census.
Death reg of Sarah Tourell Jun qtr 1878 at Hackney dist aged 86 (ref FreeBMD). Not found in Ancestry London Burials.
She died in the French Hospital 9 May 1878 aged 86 and was buried at Bow Cemetery by her children (ref FH application by herself and grandson John) She was in the Alms Houses in Bath Street Old Street (ref FH application of grandson Thomas).

TOURELL Sarah, née Clark. Inmate.
e. [elected] May 4, 1861. d. May 9, 1878; bur. Bow Cemetery "by children".
M: [Minutes of Managing Committee: June 1, 1878 "The Committee ordered the effects of Mrs. Tourell to be given up to her Son Mr. John Tourell".
P: [Petition] Nov.22, 1858, regd. Dec.4, Class A. (a) i. [applicant's name, address and parents] Sarah Tourell, No13 Thomase St. With my Son, par. Bethnal Green, Married - Husband deserted her 35 years since - Daughter of Thomas Clark and Ann Duboc No24 Anchor Street Bethnal Green; ii. [date and place of birth] Aug.10, 1791, Coopers Gardens, Hackney Road, Shoreditch; iii. [descent] on Mother's side whose Father Isack Duboc Died in the French Hospital September 1798 (Regr.832) Came from Picardy High Normandy (sic) And the Tourells from Nimes; iv. [occupation] formerly a Warper in the Silk Trade, now supported by her Son; v; [reason for application] Bad Sight and general debility; vi. [signature or mark of applicant] Sarah Tourell; vii. [signature of witness] T. Hughes. (b) ii. [witness to Certificates] John Colbourne, Incumbent, St. Matthias Bethnal Green. (f) Enclosures: (1) Certified extract Dec.3, 1858 Baptism Register, St. Leonard Shoreditch "August 1791 Sarah D. of Thomas & Ann Clark, of Hackney Road. Bapt. 30th Born 10th Inst."; (2) Marriage certificate, St. John Hackney, June 7, 1813 "John James Tourell Bachelor and Sarah Clark Spinster".
RA: [Register of Applicants] Dec.4, 1858 (abstract of P).
RI(2): [Register of Inmates] No.1333.

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    Children of John James and Sarah:  
  1. William Thomas TOURELL born 1815, bap 1816 at Saint Leonards, Shoreditch, London  
  2. John James TOURELL born 1817, bap 1817 at Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London  
    Children of John James and Ann:  
  3. Ann TOURELL born c1826  
  4. George TOURELL born 1835 at Bethnal Green, bap 1849 at St Saviour Southwark, Surrey  
  5. Mary Ann TOURELL born 1837 at Bethnal Green, bap 1849 at St Saviour Southwark, Surrey  
  6. Matilda Jane TOURELL born 1839 at Whitechapel dist, bap 1849 at St Saviour Southwark, Surrey  
  7. Henry TOURELL born 1841 at Wandsworth dist, bap 1841 at Saint Mary, Battersea, London  
  8. Isaac Henry TOURELL born 1847, bap 1849 at St Saviour Southwark, Surrey  
  9. Charles TOURELL born 1850 at St Saviour dist, Surrey
 
2.   James (1) TOURELL
Born 2 Jan 1796; bap 24 Jan 1796 at Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London, James, son of John Tourell & Jane (ref FamilySearch C04698-3).
Buried 6 Apr 1796 at St Matthew, Bethnal Green, London as Jas Tourrell (ref Ancestry London bap marr & bur).

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3.   William TOURELL
Born 4 Aug 1797; bap 3 Sep 1797 at Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London, son of John and Jane Tourell (Dyer) (ref IGI and record on Ancestry BMB).

Married 24 Sep 1816 at Saint Olave, Bermondsey, Middlesex, to Mary WATT; one of the witnesses was Mary Sansum, presumably related to his mother (ref Ancestry London Marriages).

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of St Pancras. Registration district of St Pancras. Address: Pancras Street, St Pancras, Marylebone.
William Tarel. Age 40. [?]/dyer. Born in Middlesex.
Mary Tarel. Age 40. [?]/dyer. Born in Middlesex.

Not found in 1851 census. His is not the burial in Sep qtr 1865, that is for a 1 year old.

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    Children:  
  1. Mary Magdalene TOURELL bap 1818 at St James Garlickhithe, London  
  2. William TOURELL bap 1820 at St James Garlickhithe, London  
  3. Elizabeth Diana TOURELL bap 1822 at St Sepulchre, London  
  4. Sarah TOURELL bap 1824 at St Sepulchre, London
 
4.   Jane TOURELL
Born 5 Dec 1799; bap 12 Jan 1800 at Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London, Jane, dau of John Tourell & Jane (ref FamilySearch C04698-3, and Ancestry Bap Marr Bur).

No further information found.

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5.   James (2) TOURELL
Born 9 Nov 1803, bap 18 Dec 1803 at St Matthew Bethnal Green, James, son of John Peter and Jane Tourell (ref fmp, Docklands Ancestors; not found in FamilySearch or Ancestry).

Marr (1) 3 Feb 1825 at St Giles without Cripplegate, London, of James Tourell [indexed as Towrell] to Jane COULSON; the marraige was by Banns, witnesses were Charles Colson and J.A. Barlow (ref Ancestry London Marriages).

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of Stepney. Address: Church Rd.
[all indexed as Towrell]
Together with children Jane (15), Ellen (12), James (13), George (10), Alfred (3 weeks):
James Tourell. Age 35. Mattress (?). Born in Middlesex.
Jane Tourell. Age 40. Born in Middlesex.

Death reg of Jane Towrell Jun qtr 1848 at Whitechapel dist (ref FreeBMD). Burial of Jane Towrell 7 May 1848 at Christ Church Spitalfields aged 48, address at death Gun St (ref fmp, City of London Burials).

James married (2) 31 Jan 1850 at St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London to Elizabeth MORRIS (ref Ancestry England Select Marriages). She was born c1798 at Christchurch, Middlesex (ref census)

Ref 1851 census. Surrey, England. Civil Parish of Christchurch. Registration district of Saint Saviour. Address: 8 John Street West Blackfriars Road, Christchurch, Surrey, Southwark.
Together with his children Alfred (10), Albert (8):
James Tourell. Head. Mar. Age 47. Furniture Salesman. Born St Matthew Bethnal Green, Middlesex.
Elizabeth Tourell. Wife. Mar. Age 53. Born Christchurch Middlesex.

Death reg of James Tourell Sep qtr 1854 at Camberwell dist (ref FreeBMD). He was buried 1 Aug 1854 at Camberwell St Giles, aged 49, abode Camberwell House (ref Ancestry London bap marr bur). No probate found.

James was said to be an Upholsterer in the marriage of his son James.
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    Children of James and Jane:  
  1. Jane Agnes TOURELL bap 1826 at Spitalfields Christ Church, Stepney, London  
  2. James William TOURELL bap 1827 at Spitalfields Christ Church, Stepney, London  
  3. Ellen TOURELL bap 1829 at Spitalfields Christ Church, Stepney, London  
  4. George TOURELL born c1831 in Middlesex  
  5. Alfred TOURELL born 1841 at Christchurch, Middlesex  
  6. Albert Henry TOURELL born 1843 at Christchurch, Middlesex
 
    Issue of Louise (Lucy) Toureille and John Wolveridge  
1.   Sarah Bridgeman WOLVERIDGE
Bap 20 Oct 1793 at St Mary, Whitechapel, Stepney, London, dau of John Wolveridge and Lucy, abode Brick Lane (ref FamilySearch and Ancestry BMB records).
Buried 23 Oct 1796 at Christ Church, Spitalfields, abode P. N. Row (ref Ancestry Bap Marr Bur records).
 
2.   John WOLVERIDGE
Bap 22 Mar 1795 at St Mary, Whitechapel, Stepney, London, son of John Wolveridge and Lucy, abode Brick Lane (ref FamilySearch and Ancestry BMB records).
Buried 27 Dec 1796 at Christ Church, Spitalfields, abode Paternoster Row (ref Ancestry Bap Marr Bur records).
 
3.   Thomas Bridgeman WOLVERIDGE
Born 7 Jul 1796; bap 28 Aug 1796 at Spitalfields Christ Church, Stepney, son of John Wolveridge and Lucy, Glazier of Pat. Nos. Row (ref FamilySearch and Ancestry BMB records).
Bur 30 Oct 1796 at Christ Church, Spitalfields, abode Paternoster Row (ref Ancestry Bap Marr Bur records).
Without 'e' in baptism, with 'e' in burial.
 
4.   William WOLVERIDGE
Born 12 Aug 1797; bap 6 Dec 1797 at Spitalfields Christ Church, Stepney, son of John Wolveride and Lucy, Glazier of Paternoster Row (ref FamilySearch and Ancestry BMB records).

Marr 3 Jun 1821 at Hackney St John, Wolliam Wolveridge and Susannah CECIL, both of this parish, bachelor and spinster (ref Ancestry London Marriages).
Susannah was born 24 Oct 1800, bap 28 Dec 1800 at Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London, dau of Thomas Cecil and Sarah (ref FamilySearch as Susanna).

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of St Matthew Bethnal Green. Registration district of Bethnal Green. Address: Ann's Place, St Matthew Bethnal Green, Tower Hamlets.
Together with children Sarah (18), Jane (16), William (14), John (6), Susanna (3):
Susanna Wolveridge. Age 40. Needlework. Born in Middlesex.
William not found in census.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Shoreditch. Registration district of Shoreditch. Address: 19 Margaret Place, Shoreditch, Tower Hamlets.
Together with children John (16), Susannah (14):
William Wolveridge. Head. Mar. Age 53. Dock Labourer. Born Spitalfields, Middlesex.
Susannah Wolveridge. Wife. Mar. Age 50. Needle Woman. Born Bethnal Green, Middlesex.

Ref 1861 census. London, England. Parish of Shoreditch. Registration dist of Shoreditch. Address: 19 Margaret Place, Shoreditch.
Together with dau Susanna (23):
William Woolveridge. Head. Mar. Age 63. Butchers Assistant. Born Bethnal Green, Middlesex.
Susanna Woolveridge. Wife. Mar. Age 60. Born Bethnal Green, Middlesex.

Death reg of Susannah Wolveridge Dec qtr 1867 at Shoreditch dist aged 69 (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1871 census. London, Middlesex. Civil Parish of St Leonard. Registration district of Shoreditch. Address: York Terrace, St Leonard, Shoreditch.
Wm Woolveridge. Head. Widower. Age 75. None (occupation). Middlesex Spitalfields.

Death reg of William Woolveridge Mar qtr 1872 at Shoreditch dist aged 76 (ref FreeBMD).







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    Children:  
  1. Sarah WOLVERIDGE bap 1823 at Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London  
  2. Jane WOLVERIDGE bap 1824 at Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London  
  3. William James WOLVERIDGE bap 1826 at Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London  
  4. John WOLVERIDGE bap 1835 at City of London Lying-In-Hospital, City Road, Finsbury  
  5. Susannah WOLVERIDGE born 1838 at Shoreditch, MIddlesex
 
5.   John Stephen WOLVERIDGE
Baptished as Joseph Stephen Wholvridge.
Born 3 Aug 1799, bap 22 Sep 1799 at St Matthew Bethnal Green, Joseph Stephen, son of John & Lucy Wholvridge (sic) (ref Ancestry Bap Marr Bur).
No later baptism record has been found, and his age is constrained by his apprenticeship.

On the 3rd August 1814 his father signed an Indenture "that John Stephen Wolveridge Son of John Wolveridge of Thomas's Street in the Parish of Saint Matthew Bethnal Green in the County of Middlesex Painter and Glazier for the sum of Four pounds of W. Henry Dixon's Charity money by the Drapers Company being paid or secured to the Master as the consideration for taking his said Apprentice, doth put himself Apprentice to the said John Wolveridge" etc.(ref Ancestry Freedom of the City Admission Papers)

Marr (1) 1822 at Tottenham Middlesex of John Wolveridge to Jane BOND (ref Pallot's, Phill T Totterham Mdx). She was born c1803 at Shoreditch, Middlesex (ref 1861 census).

From the baptisms of the children, in 1827 John was of Acton Place, Gent; in 1829 he was of Kingsland Road, Victualler; in 1831 he was of Oxford Street, Victualler; in 1838 he was of Denmark Road, Licensed Victualler.

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of St Marylebone. Registration District of St Marylebone. Address: Portman Street Barracks, St Marylebone.
Together with children Thos (15), Louisa (14), Rose (12), Julia (2) and his mother Lucy (75):
Jno. Steph. Wolveridge. Age 40. Publican. Born in Middlesex.
Jane Wolveridge. Age 35. Born in Middlesex.

John had relationship (2) c1851, with Eliza Ann, surname unknown.

Ref 1851 census. Kent, England. Civil Parish of St Paul. Registration district of Greenwich. Address: 3 Dock Street, St Paul, Deptford, Greenwich.
J S Woolveridge. Head. Mar. Age 42. Victualler. Born in Middlesex.
Elzb Woolveridge. Wife. Age 34. Born Sydnham.
AND
Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of Enfield. Registration district of Edmonton. Address: The Stag, Enfield.
Together with daus Rosetta (22), Julia (12) and a servant (Pot Boy):
Jane Woolveridge. Head. Mar. Age 48. Beer House Keeper. Born Middlesex Bethnal Green.

In 1851 and 1853, John was of Dock St, Deptford, Kent, Licenced Victualler.
In 1856 at baptism of son John he called himself a Midshipman of Waterloo Street, Camberwell district.

Ref 1861 census. London, England. Parish of South Hackney. Registration dist of Hackney. Address: 1 Mare Street, South Hackney.
Together with children John (4), Alice (9m):
John Wolveridge. Head. Mar. Age 54. Formerly Licenced Victualler. Born Middlesex.
Eliza Wolveridge. Wife. Mar. Age 36. Born Kent.
AND
Ref 1861 census. Norfolk, England. Parish of Heigham. Registration dist of Norwich. Address: 4 Wymer Terrace, Heigham, Norwich.
Together with son Thomas and his family:
Jane Wolveridge. Mother. Mar. Age 58. Born Middlesex Shoreditch.

Death reg of Jane Wolveridge Jun qtr 1862 at Norwich dist, Norfolk (ref FreeBMD).

Death reg of John Stephen Wolveridge Mar qtr 1862 at Stepney dist (ref FreeBMD). No probate found.
Burial of John Stephen Wolveridge 6 Feb 1862 aged 56 years,abode Butcher Row, Ratcliffe (ref Ancestry Non-Conformist registers).
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    Children of John and Jane:  
  1. John WOLVERIDGE bap 1823 at Saint Leonards, Shoreditch, London  
  2. Thomas WOLVERIDGE bap 1825 at Saint Leonards, Shoreditch, London  
  3. Louisa WOLVERIDGE bap 1827 at Saint Leonards, Shoreditch, London  
  4. Rosetta WOLVERIDGE bap 1829 at Saint Leonards, Shoreditch, London  
  5. Emma WOLVERIDGE bap 1831 at St George Hanover Square, Middlesex  
  6. Julia WOLVERIDGE born 1838 at Lambeth, Middlesex  
    Children of John and Eliza Ann:  
  7. Emily Frances WOLVERIDGE born 1851 at Deptford, Kent  
  8. John Stephen WOLVERIDGE born 1852 at Deptford, Kent  
  9. John WOLVERIDGE born 1857 at Newington, Middlesex  
  10. Alice WOLVERIDGE born 1860 at Shoreditch, Middlesex  
  11. Jessie WOLVERIDGE born 1862 at Whitechapel dist, Middlesex
 
6.   Louisa Bridgeman WOLVERIDGE
Born 10 Sep 1807; bap 4 Oct 1807 at Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London, dau of John Wolveridge and Lucy (ref FamilySearch).
Buried 16 Jun 1811 at St Matthew, Bethnal Green (ref Ancestry Bap Marr Death recs).
 
    Issue of Marie Esther Toureille and Thomas Henry Foster  
1.   John Henry FOSTER
Born 31 Dec 1810; bap 3 Feb 1811 at Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London, John Henry, son of Thos Henry Foster & Esther Mary (ref FamilySearch C04698-3).

Marr 11 Apr 1831 at St Mary Newington to Mary Esther ROBBINS; he was Bachelor, she Spinster, witnesses were Wm Williams and Caroline Louisa Foster (ref Ancestry London Marriages). Mary's date of birth varies with each record.

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of St John the Evangelist. Registration district of Westminster. Address: Vine Street, St John the Evangelist, Westminster.
Together with Children John (9), Eliza (6), George (4), Caroline (2) and many other family members including his mother:
John Forster. Age 30. Brewer. Born in Middlesex.
Esther Forster. Age 30. Born in Middlesex.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Saint John the Evangelist. Registration district of Westminster. Address: 1 Clarks Cottages, Saint John the Evangelist, Westminster.
Together with children George (15), Caroline (12), Charles (4):
John Foster. Head. Mar. Age 38. Brewers Servant. Born Bethnal Green Middlesex.
Mary Foster. Wife. Mar. Age 29. Born Westminster.

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Saint John. Registration district of Westminster. Address: 28 Causton Street, Saint John, Westminster.
Together with children Charles (12), William (6):
John Foster. Head. Mar. Age 49. Carman. Born Shoreditch Middlesex.
Mary Foster. Wife. Mar. Age 36. Shirt Maker. Born Westminster Middlesex.

Death reg of John Henry Foster Dec qtr 1869 at Westminster St Margaret aged 56 (ref FreeBMD). No probate found.
Burial of John Henry Foster 5 Dec 1869 at Victoria Park Cem, Hackney, abode [illegible address], St Johns Westminster, aged 58 (ref Ancestry Non-Conformist registers).

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    Children:  
  1. John FOSTER born c1834 at Westminster  
  2. Eliza FOSTER born c1835 in Middlesex  
  3. George FOSTER born c1836 at Westminster  
  4. Caroline Matilda FOSTER born 1839 at Westminster  
  5. Charles FOSTER born c1847 at Westminster  
  6. William FOSTER born c1855 at Westminster
 
2.   Caroline Louisa FOSTER
Born 5 Aug 1812; bap 6 Sep 1812 at Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London, Caroline Louisa Foster, dau of Thomas Foster & Esther (ref Familysearch C04698-3).

Marr 4 Jun 1835 at Spitalfields Christ Church, Stepney to George OLIVER (ref IGI). The witnesses were John Henry Foster and Elizabeth Cray [?] Foster (ref Ancestry London marriages). He was born c1816 at Deptford, Middlesex.

In 1836 they lived at 25 Vine Street at bap of dau Caroline Louisa (ref Ancestry London baptisms).

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of St John the Evangelist. Registration district of Westminster. Address: Vine Street, St John the Evangelist, Westminster.
Together with children Esther (3), Betsey (1), and many other family members including her mother:
George Oliver. Age 25. Engineer. Born in Middlesex.
Caroline Oliver. Age 25. Born in Middlesex.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Saint John the Evangelist. Registration district of Westminster. Address: 7 Vine Street, Saint John the Evangelist, Westminster.
Together with children Esther (14), Betsey (11), William (9), Linsey (5), Henry (?), Caroline's mother Esther Foster (75) and John Foster (17), probably a nephew:
George Oliver. Head. Mar. Age 35. Engineer. Born Deptford Kent.
Caroline Oliver. Wife. Mar. Age 34. Born Shoreditch Middlesex.

In 1855 Caroline's mother stated in her application to the French Hospital that she was "a Weaveress, now supported by her Son in law who has six children, and 2/6 weekly from the French Church".

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of St Johns. Registration district of Westminster. Address: 2 Champions Alley, St Johns, Westminster.
Together with children Willm (17), Louisa (14), Henry (12), Angelina (10):
George Oliver. Head. Mar. Age 46. Engineer. Born Deptford.
Caroline Oliver. Wife. Mar. Age 46. Born Shoreditch.

George's death reg Jun qtr 1866 at Westminster dist aged 49 (ref FreeBMD).
Burial of George Oliver 7 May 1866 at Victoria Park Cem, Hackney, abode 8 Bowling St, St Johns Westminster, aged 49 (ref Ancestry Non-Conformist register).

Ref 1871 census. London, England. Civil Parish of St John. Registration district of St George Hanover Square. Address: 11 Carpenter's St, St John.
Together with daus Atesch (?) (16) and Angelina (18):
Caroline Oliver. Head. W. Age 53. Shirt Maker. Born Middlesex Shoreditch.

Ref 1881 census. Middlesex, England. Registration district of St George Hanover Square. Address: 10 Carpenter St, St Margaret and St John The Evangelist, Westminster.
Together with granddaughter Hannah Bury (?) (15) and dau Annie (28):
Caroline Oliver. Head. Widow. Age 63. Laundress. Born Bishops Gate.

Ref 1891 census. London, England. Civil Parish of St Margaret and St John the Evangelist. Registration district of St George Hanover Square. Address: 44 Horseferry Road, St Margaret and St John the Evangelist, Westminster.
Together with granddaughter Ellen Burns (18)
Caroline Oliver. Grandmother. Married. Age 76. Blind. Born London.

Caroline Louisa's death reg Jun qtr 1894 at St Geo H Sq dist aged 76 (ref FreeBMD). [actually 81]

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    Children:  
  1. Caroline Louisa OLIVER bap 1836 at Saint Johns Westminster  
  2. Susannah Esther OLIVER born 1838 at Rotherhithe, Surrey  
  3. Elizabeth Sarah (Betsey) OLIVER born 1840 at Saint Johns Westminster  
  4. William OLIVER born c1842 at Saint Johns Westminster  
  5. Louisa Rosetta OLIVER born 1847 at Saint Johns Westminster  
  6. Henry OLIVER born 1849 at Saint Johns Westminster  
  7. Angelina OLIVER born 1852 at St Johns Westminster  
  8. Atesch OLIVER born c1855 at Shoreditch, Middlesex
 
3.   William John Cazaly FOSTER
Born 13 July 1816; bap 18 Aug 1816 at Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London (ref IGI); Thomas was a Plasterer of Sclater Street (ref Ancestry London Baptisms).
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4.   Edward Henry FOSTER
Born 28 Mar 1818; bap 10 May 1818 at Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London (ref IGI); Thomas was a Plasterer of Sclater Street (ref Ancestry London Baptisms).

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of St John the Evangelist. Registration district of Westminster. Address: Vine Street, St John the Evangelist, Westminster.
Together with his mother and many other relatives:
Henry Forster. Age 20. Brewer. Born in Middlesex.
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    Issue of Marguerite (Margaret) Rive and Philip Gee  
1.   Elizabeth Margaret GEE
Bap 13 Oct 1787 at Saint Paul, Deptford, Kent, Elizath. Margat., dau of Philip Gee & Margaret (ref FamilySearch C00630-3).

Marriage 13 Feb 1814 at Christ Church Greyfriars Newgate, London of Elizth. Margaret Gee to Edward PEPPER (ref FamilySearch M00134-1); the record states that Edward Pepper of this parish Widower and Elizth Margaret Gee of the same parish spinster married in this church by Banns 13 February 1814, witnesses Philip Gee, A Parker (ref Ancestry London Marriages). Edward was born c1775 (ref his death).

In 1816 at bap of William Henry, they were at Vincent Ct and he was an Ironmonger.
In 1824 at bap of Sophia Amelia, they were at Phili Lane and he was an Ironmonger.

In 1829 Edward was a witness at the marriage of Maria Gee and Edward Ewin Pepper so presumably he was a relative.
In 1833 at the burial of Maria Ann, they were at Rose Court, Fore Street.

Death reg of Elizabeth Margaret Pepper Mar qtr 1838 at Bishopsgate dist, London (ref FreeBMD).
Burial of Elizabeth Margaret Pepper 18 Feb 1838 at St Giles without Cripplegate, City of London, aged 50, abode Rose Court (ref Ancestry London Burials).

Death reg of Edward Pepper Mar qtr 1839 at East London dist, London (ref FreeBMD).
Burial of Edward Pepper 27 Jan 1839 at St Giles without Cripplegate, City of London, aged 64, abode Rose Court (ref Ancestry London Burials).
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    Children:  
  1. William Henry PEPPER born 1816, bap 1816 at St Giles without Cripplegate, London  
  2. Elizabeth Margaret PEPPER born 1820, bap 1820 at St Giles without Cripplegate, London  
  3. Maria Ann PEPPER born 1822, bap 1822 at St Giles without Cripplegate, London  
  4. Sophia Amelia PEPPER born 1824, bap 1824 at St Giles without Cripplegate, Lonson
 
2.   Thomas GEE
Born 6 Jun 1789; bap 31 Jan 1790 at Saint Paul, Deptford, Kent, Thomas son of Philip Gee & Margaret (ref FamilySearch C00630-3).
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3.   Sarah GEE
Born 4 Jan 1792; bap 12 Feb 1792 at Saint Luke Old Street, Finsbury, London, Sarah, dau of Phillip Gee & Margaret (ref FamilySearch C02069-2).
Her father's occupation was Sawyer (ref Ancestry Bap Marr Bur).
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4.   Mary Ann GEE
Born 17 Nov 1793; bap 8 Dec 1793 at Saint Leonards, Shoreditch, London, Mary Ann Gee, dau of Philip Gee & Margaret (ref FamilySearch C04080-1).
Her abode was New inn yard (ref Ancestry London Bap Marr Bur).
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5.   Ann GEE
Born 15 Aug 1795; bap 6 Sep 1795 at Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London, Ann, dau of Philip Gee & Margaret (ref FamilySearch C04698-3).
Her father's occupation was Sawyer (ref Ancestry London Bap Marr Bur).
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6.   Amelia GEE
Born 9 Aug 1797; bap 3 Sep 1797 at Saint Matthew, Bethnal Green, London, dau of Philip and Margaret Gee, Sawyer (ref FamilySearch C04698-3 and record on Ancestry BMB).

Witness to her sister Maria's marriage in 1829.

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of St Olave. Registration District of London. Address: Monkwell Street, St Olave, London.
Together with her mother:
Amelia Gee. Age 40. Born in Middlesex.

Amelia appears to have inherited the role of Sextoness from her mother.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Saint Olave Silver Street. Registration District of City of London. Address: 45 Monkwell Street, Saint Olave Silver Street, London.
Together with her niece Maria Petter (21):
Amelia Gee. Head. Unm. Age 53. Sextoness. Born Middlesex, Bethnall Green.

Not found in 1861 census. There is a possible death registered Mar qtr 1857 in Bermondsey dist, Surrey (ref FreeBMD).
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7.   Catherine Charlotte GEE
Born 7 Dec 1799; bap 29 Dec 1799 at Saint Stephan Coleman Street, London, Catherine Charlotte, dau of Philip Gee & Margaret (ref FamilySearch P01966-1 and Ancestry Select births and christenings).

The Catherine Gee who married William Chestney and Nathan David Haswell is probably the one baptised in 1803 in Kent, dau of James (as shown in the second marriage certificate).

No further information found.
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8.   William Henry GEE
Bap 5 Sep 1802 at St Giles Cripplegate, London, Willm. Henry, son of Philip Gee and Margt. (ref FamilySearch C02577-8).
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9.   Maria GEE
Born 20 Oct 1804; bap 2 Dec 1804 at Saint Luke Old Street, Finsbury, London, Maria, dau of Philip Gee & Margaret (ref FamilySearch C02069-3 and Ancestry Bap Marr Bur).

Marr 12 Apr 1829 at Parish of St Alban, Wood Street, London to Edward Ewin PEPPER (ref Ancestry London Marriages, indexed as Ewin). He was born c1806 at London (ref census). The marriage certificate wording is as follows: Edward Ewin Pepper of the Parish of St. Alban, Wood Street, London, Bachelor and Maria Gee of the same Parish Spinster were married in this Church by Banns this twelfth Day of April in the year 1829 by me Thomas Harrison Offg. Min. This marriage was solemnized between us E.E.Pepper, Maria Gee, in the presence of Edward Pepper, Amelia Gee, G.S.Gee (ref Ancestry London Marriages). [Edward is sister Elizabeth's husband - was he a relative? Amelia is the sister, George Stephen the brother.] Edward was born c1806 in London, details not found.

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of St Leonard Shoreditch. Registration district of Shoreditch. Address: Great James Street, St Leonard Shoreditch, Tower Hamlets.
Together with children Maria (12), William (4), Emily (1):
Edward Pepper. Age 35. Born in Middlesex.
Maria Pepper. Age 35. Born in Middlesex.

Ref 1851 census. Suffolk, England. Parish of St Peter. Registration district of Sudbury. Address: North Street, St Peter, Sudbury.
Together with children William (14), Emily (11):
Edward E Pepper. Head. Married. Age 45. Annuiant. Born London Middlesex.
Maria Pepper. Wife. Married. Age 46. Born Old St Lukes Middlesex.

Death reg of Edward Edwin (sic) Pepper Jun qtr 1858 at Hackney dist, Middlesex (ref FreeBMD). No probate found.
Burial of Edward Ewin Pepper 2 May 1858 at St John of Jerusalem, South Hackney, aged 52; his abode was St. Thomas' Square (ref Ancestry London Burials).

Ref 1861 census. London, England. Parish of St Leonards Shoreditch. Registration dist of Shoreditch. Address: 2 Cavendish Street, St Leonards Shoreditch.
Together with children William (24), Emily (21):
Maria Pepper. Head. Widow. Age 56. Born St Lukes Middlesex. [All indexed as Peliner in fmp]

Ref 1871 census. London, Middlesex. Civil Parish of Bethnal Green. Registration district of Bethnal Green. Address: 188 Hackney Rd, Bethnal Green, London.
Together with dau Emily (Pickhard) (31) and her family:
Maria Pepper. Mother-In-Law. W. Age 66. Annuitant. Born Middx St Lukes.

Maria was a recipient of the Coqueau Charity which she applied for on 30 Sep 1873: "The humble petition of Maria Pepper of 6 Park Road Terrace, Parnell Road, North Bow, London. That she is 68 years of old (sic) and has been a Widow for 17 years - and has only an income of Twenty five pounds a year which in consequence of failing health is insufficient to maintain her." She was "elected" 1 Jul 1876; presumably this was for the charity but not for residence.

Ref 1881 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of Bow Aka St Mary Stratford-Le-Bow. Registration district of Poplar. Address: 35 Driffield Rd, Bow Aka St Mary Stratford-Le-Bow.
Together with dau Emily (Pickard) (41) and her family:
Maria Pepper. Mother-In-Law. Widow. Age 76. Born St Lukes.

Her death reg Mar qtr 1889 at Hackney dist aged 84 (ref Ancestry deaths).
She died 4 Mar 1889 (ref Huguenot Folio 52 below). John Phillip Gee in his application to the French Hospital in 1904 included a Memorial card for "Maria Pepper who died March 4, 1889 aged 84 years. Interred at Abney Park Cemetery. "

PEPPER, Maria, née Gee. Coqueau recipient.
e. [elected] July 1, 1876. d. March 4, 1889.
P (Coqueau) [Petition] (Manuscript): Sept.30, 1873, regd. Nov.1 "The humble petition of Maria Pepper of 6 Park Road Terrace, Parnell Road, North Bow, London. That she is 68 years of old (sic) and has been a Widow for 17 years - and has only an income of Twenty five pounds a year which in consequence of failing health is insufficient to maintain her. That she is the grand-daughter of Catherine Rive, née Cazaly, who was sister of William Cazaly, a French Refugee, late of Spital Square and for many years Elder of the French Protestant Church, St. John Street, Brick Lane ... (signed) Maria Pepper. Documents annexed to this Petition viz. (1) Marriage Certificate of Edwd. Edwin Pepper with Maria Gee 12th April 1829 at the Parish of St. Alban Wood Street London signed J.A. Roberts Rector 26 April 1835. (2) Certificate signed by Fredk. Ingoldby F.R.C.S. that he attended Mr. Pepper in his last illness and that Mrs. Pepper has remained a widow since his death; (3) also a further Certificate from the same that he has known Mrs. Pepper thirty years; (4) Note from the Revd. Saml. Lord ... dated Octr. 15th 1873. (In another hand:) Marriage Certificate taken by W.Pepper - 5/10/89 W.P., the two from F.Ingolby Oct.13 and Oct.27, 1873 and one from Rev. Saml.Lord Oct.15, 1873. [Ref Huguenot Folio 53]
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    Children:  
  1. Maria PEPPER bap 1830 at Saint Giles Cripplegate, London  
  2. Edward PEPPER bap 1832 at Saint Giles Cripplegate, London  
  3. Margaret Elizabeth PEPPER bap 1834 at Saint Giles Cripplegate, London  
  4. William PEPPER bap 1836 at Saint John The Baptist, Shoreditch, London  
  5. Emily PEPPER bap 1841 at Saint John The Baptist, Shoreditch, London
 
10.   George Stephen GEE
Born 9 Feb 1807, bap 5 Apr 1807 at Christ Church, Spitalfields, George Stephen, son of Phillip & Margaret Gee; Sawyer; abode Fleur de Lis Street (ref Ancestry Bap Marr Bur). Not found in FamilySearch.

In 1829 George was a witness at the marriage of Maria Gee and Edward Ewin Pepper.

Marriage 23 Jan 1832 at St Bride Fleet Street, London, George Stephen Gee to Elizabeth WITTS (ref FamilySearch I02224-3 & M02242-1). She was born c1810 in England (ref census).

They migrated to New York within a year of the marriage. Between 1837 and 1840, they returned to England where the three children born in the US were baptised.

Ref 1841 census. Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of St Botolph Aldersgate. Registration dist of London, East. Address: Maidenhead Court, St Botolph Aldersgate, London.
Together with children Sarah (9), George (7), Charles (3):
George Gee. Age 35. Carpenter. Born in Middlesex.
Betsey Gee. Age 30. Birthplace is blank.

They returned to US between 1847 and 1850.

Ref 1850 US Census. Address: Van Vorst, Hudson, New Jersey, US. (ref FamilySearch)
Together with children Sarah A (17), George P (15), Charles (13), Eliza (7), Emaly (3):
George S Gee. Age 44. Born in England.
Elizabeth Gee. Age 40. Born in England.

Ref 1860 US Census. Address: Third Ward Jersey City, Hudson, New Jersey, US (ref FamilySearch).
Together with children Charles (22), Eliza (17), Emily (13):
George S Gee. Age 52. Born in England.
Elizabeth Gee. Age 49. Born in England.

Ref 1870 US Census. Address: New Jersey, US (ref FamilySearch).
Together with children Charles (32), Eliza (24):
George S Gee. Age 63. Born in England.
Elizabeth Gee. Age 60. Born in England.
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    Children:  
  1. Sarah A. GEE born c1833 in New York, US  
  2. George Philip GEE born 1835 in New York, US  
  3. Charles GEE born 1837 in New York, USA  
  4. Eliza GEE born 1842 in East London, England  
  5. Emily GEE born 1847 in East London, England
 
11.   James GEE
Born 7 Feb 1809; bap 2 Apr 1809 at Saint Giles Cripplegate, London, James, son of Phillip Gee & Margt (ref FamilySearch C02577-9).
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12.   John GEE
Born 18 Sep 1810; bap 20 Oct 1810 at Saint Alban Wood St, London, John, son of Phillip Gee & Margarett (ref FamilySearch C02196-2).

"the Names and Ages of the Sons & Daughters of Phillip and Margaret Gee [13 names, the youngest being John Gee born Sept.18, 1810" (ref John Phillip Gee application to French Hospital 1904)

"Certified extract Jun 21, 1823, Baptism Register, St. Alban Wood Street, City of London "John, son of Phillip and Margaret Gee, born the 18 of September 1810 Baptized the 25 of December following"; (2) Indenture of apprenticeship, April 12, 1825 "John Gee the son of Phillip Gee late of Vincent Court Falcon Square London Sawyer deceased...to William Hobcraft, Citizen and Stationer of London" " (ref John Phillip Gee application to French Hospital 1904)

Migrated to USA between 1825 and 1833.

Marr 21 Jun 1833 at All Saints Church, New York, New York of John Gee to Hannah Ann GREEN (ref FamilySearch M50665-1). She was born c1810 in England (ref death). There is a mention of a letter, undated, from R.L. and M. Green to their daughter Hannah in America (ref John Phillip Gee's application to the French Hospital)'

Further travels between New York and England occurred between 1837, when Ellen was born in New York, and c1839, when Hannah was born in England, and then in 1843, when John was born in New York. Two of these voyages have been found:

1. John Gee arrived 23 Oct 1840 aged 30 at New York on the vessel Ontario; occupation Rule Maker; unaccompanied by family.
2. S. Gee (male, perhaps John?) aged 29 arrived 5 Sep 1842 at New York on the vessel Wellington, accompanied by Eleanor (5) and Hannah (2).

Death of Hannah Ann Gee 15 Nov 1849 at Manhattan, New York, age 39, burial place "Rem From The City" (ref FamilySearch B05594-0).

Ref 1850 US Federal Census. New York Ward 10, New York.
Together with children Ellen (13), Hannah A (11), John (7):
John Gee. Age 40. Rule Maker. Born in England.

Ref 1860 US Federal Census. Jersey City Ward 3, Hudson, New Jersey, USA.
Next door to George S Gee (52), Cabinet Maker, born in England, not identified.
Together with children Ellen (22), Hannah (20), John (17):
John Gee. Age 49. Rule Maker. Born in England.
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    Children:  
  1. Ellen GEE born c1837 at New York, USA  
  2. Hannah A. GEE born c1839 in England  
  3. John Phillip GEE born 1843 at New York City, USA  

 

 

Last modified 13 Feb 2018