Elliff name and variants in the UK - Person Page 3

Martha Dexter

(c 1856 - )
Birthc 1856 Werrington, Northamptonshire1 
Marriagec Jun 1879 Peterborough Registration District, Northamptonshire, Spouse: Benjamin Laxton2 
Married Namec Jun 1879 Laxton 
Residence3 Apr 1881 Werrington, Northamptonshire1 
Residence5 Apr 1891 North Township, Deeping St Nicholas, Lincolnshire3 
Note For other children, see husband Benjamin. 

Family

Benjamin Laxton (c 1858 - )
Child

Citations

  1. [S11] 1881 Census Returns - RG11/1592.
  2. [S16] GRO Indexes - 3b 397 cross checked to spouse.
  3. [S32] 1891 Census Returns - RG12/2565.

Clara Dibb

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S14] Birth Certificate - dau Edith.

Edith Dibb

(1 May 1884 - c Dec 1971)
MotherClara Dibb1
ReferenceR680
Birth1 May 1884 125 Farfield Street, Manningham, Bradford, Yorkshire2,3 
Occupation2 Apr 1911 Box Minder Combing Mill4 
Residence2 Apr 1911 68 Makin Street, Tong, Yorkshire, lodging in the home of Alfred West and family5 
Marriage15 Apr 1916 Tong Church, Tong, Yorkshire, Spouse: John William Elliff2 
Residence15 Apr 1916 394 Tong Street, Tong, Yorkshire2 
Married Name15 Apr 1916 Elliff 
Deathc Dec 1971 Bradford Registration District, Yorkshire6 
Note No father is shown for Edith on her birth certificate. On her marriage certificate she is recorded as illegitimate 
Note In her husband's death notice in the Bradford Telegraph and Argos 29 Nov 1929, Edith's maiden name is recorded as Tillotson 

Family

John William Elliff (2 May 1879 - 27 Nov 1929)
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Citations

  1. [S14] Birth Certificate - dau Edith.
  2. [S20] Marriage Certificate.
  3. [S14] Birth Certificate.
  4. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk).
  5. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN26582.
  6. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 2b 384 + DOB.

Mary Ann Dixon (nee ?)

(c 1816 - 11 Oct 1882)
Birthc 1816 Leeds, Yorkshire1 
Marriageb 1843 Spouse: Robert William Dixon2 
Residence7 Apr 1861 Seaton Carew, Durham1 
Residence2 Apr 1871 The Green, Seaton Carew, Durham3 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Income chiefly from land4 
Residence3 Apr 1881 The Green, Seaton Carew, Durham4 
Death11 Oct 1882 Seaton Carew, Durham5 
Note Living with Mary Ann at the time of the 1881 census were:
Robert E.M. Dixon,Son, U, 33, b Seaton Carew, Durham Land Surveyor
Anne M. Dixon, Dau U, 36, b Seaton Carew, Durham
Julia M. Dixon, Dau, U, 34, b Seaton Carew, Durham
Florence A. M. Dixon, Dau, U, 26, b Seaton Carew, Durham
Emma Dowson, Servant, U, 18, b Cockfield, Durham, Domestic Servant 
Note For other children, see husband Robert. 
Note The Probate Registry Indexes record that following Mary Ann's death, her will was proved on 23 Nov 1882 at the Principal Registry by Robert Edward Macdonald Dixon of Seaton Carew Land Surveyor the son sole Executrix. 

Family

Robert William Dixon (c 1806 - 6 Dec 1876)
Child

Citations

  1. [S7] 1861 Census Returns - RG9/3701.
  2. [S31] Assumed - birth of eldest child in the 1861 Census.
  3. [S10] 1871 Census Returns - RG10/4913.
  4. [S33] 1881 Census LDS Transcript - RG11/4905.
  5. [S12] Probate Registry Indexes.

Charlotte Dixon

(c 1854 - c Mar 1931)
ReferenceQ638
Birthc 1854 Stockton on Tees, Durham1 
Marriagec Jun 1871 Stockton Registration District, Durham, Spouse: Henry Elliff1,2 
Married Namec Jun 1871 Elliff 
Residence3 Apr 1881 11 Bowser Street, Stockton on Tees, Durham1 
Residence5 Apr 1891 11 Bowser Street, Stockton on Tees, Durham3 
Residence31 Mar 1901 11 Bowser Street, Stockton on Tees, Durham4 
Residence2 Apr 1911 12 Garden Place, Stockton on Tees, Durham5 
Deathc Mar 1931 Stockton Registration District, Durham6 
Note The 1871 Census for Stockton, Durham records the following family:
Robert Dixon, head, 42, b Lythe, Yorkshire
Ann Dixon, wife, 28, b Whitby, Yorkshire
George Dixon, lodger, 29, b Lythe, Yorkshire
Charlotte Dixon, dau, 17, b Stockton, Durham
Thomas William Dixon, son, 9, b Lythe, Yorkshire
Dorthy Ann Dixon, dau, 7, b Stockton, Durham
Rose Anna Smith, 7, dau, b Whitby, Yorkshire
Collena Mary Dixon,1, b Stockton, Durham
(RG10/4902/62/26) 
Note In the 1911 census Charlotte's place of birth was recorded as Linthorpe, Yorkshire 

Family

Henry Elliff (c Sep 1843 - 24 Jan 1925)
Children
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Citations

  1. [S11] 1881 Census Returns - RG11/4895.
  2. [S16] GRO Indexes - 10a 185 cross checked to spouse.
  3. [S27] 1901 Census Index - RG12/4051.
  4. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/4626.
  5. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN29578.
  6. [S16] GRO Indexes - 10a 150 + age & location.
  7. [S6] Parish Register.

Marjorie Neville MacDonald Dixon

(c 1858 - 2 Jun 1939)
FatherRobert William Dixon1 (c 1806 - 6 Dec 1876)
MotherMary Ann Dixon (nee ?)1 (c 1816 - 11 Oct 1882)
ReferenceQ830
Birthc 1858 Seaton Carew, County Durham2 
Residence7 Apr 1861 Seaton Carew, Durham1 
Marriagec Jun 1878 Tunbridge Registration District, Spouse: Arthur Wood Elliff3 
Married Namec Jun 1878 Elliff 
Residence3 Apr 1881 Kirkleatham, Redcar, North Yorkshire4 
Residence31 Mar 1901 12 Market Place, Durham, County Durham5 
Residence2 Apr 1911 7 Beaumont Terrace, Spennymoor, County Durham6 
Residencefr 1919 - 1920 47 Rossington Road, Sheffield, Yorkshire7 
Death2 Jun 1939 14 Station Road, Woburn Sands, Buckinghamshire8 
Note Her father was Robert William Dixon Esq. JP and landowner in Seaton Carew. They lived at the Dixon House on The Green, Seaton Carew, Durham. Her cousin Elizabeth Anna Dixon was a kinswoman to the Earl of Abergavenny, (the Neville's) in Kent. The MacDonald in her name comes from Robert Henry MacDonald Esq. who was from the town of Durham, an uncle and kinsman of her father. Marjorie's sister was my gg grandmother Mary MacDonald Dixon.9 
Note In 1919/20 Marjorie's son Frank Arthur was living in Sheffield so it would appear that Marjorie moved to be near her son after the death of her husband in 1913 
Note Marjorie's will was proved in Birmingham on 16 Nov 1939. Muriel MacDonald Elliff was named as the executor. Effects were valued at £3290 1s. 

Family

Arthur Wood Elliff (17 Apr 1858 - 19 Mar 1913)
Children
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Citations

  1. [S7] 1861 Census Returns - RG9/3701.
  2. [S33] 1881 Census LDS Transcript.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes.
  4. [S33] 1881 Census LDS Transcript - RG11/4843.
  5. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/4682.
  6. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN29732.
  7. [S30] Directory - Whites Directory of Sheffield 1919-20.
  8. [S12] Probate Registry Indexes.
  9. [S38] E-Mail - dated 10/7/2006 from Melvyn Charlesworth, great grandson of Marjorie's sister, Mary MacDonald Dixon.
  10. [S2] Will - Father's.

Robert William Dixon

(c 1806 - 6 Dec 1876)
Birthc 1806 Wapping, Middlesex1 
Marriageb 1843 Spouse: Mary Ann Dixon (nee ?)2 
Occupation7 Apr 1861 J.P. & Commissioner of Taxes1 
Residence7 Apr 1861 Seaton Carew, Durham1 
Occupation2 Apr 1871 Landowner and J.P. for the county of Durham3 
Residence2 Apr 1871 The Green, Seaton Carew, Durham3 
Death6 Dec 1876 3 Trinity Villas, Hastings, Sussex4 
Note Living with Robert & Mary Ann at the time of the 1861 Census were:
Mary M, dau, S, 18, scholar, b Seaton Carew, Durham
Anne M, dau, S, 16, scholar, b Seaton Carew, Durham
Julia M, dau, S, 14, scholar, b Seaton Carew, Durham
Florence A M, dau, S, 6, scholar, b Seaton Carew, Durham
Marjorie N M, dau, S, 3, b Seaton Carew, Durham
Elizabeth A, neice, S, 26, landowner, b Hartlepool, Durham
Jane C Mumford, visitor, S 14, scholar, b British Sub (?), Brazil
Mary A Robinson, house servant, S, 22, b Whorlton, Yorks 
Note Living with Robert & Mary Ann at the time of the 1871 census were:
Annie M D Dixon, Dau U, 26, b Seaton Carew, Durham
Julia M D Dixon, Dau, U, 24, b Seaton Carew, Durham
Robert E M Dixon, Son, U, 23, b Seaton Carew, Durham 
Note The Probate Registry Indexes record that following Robert's death his will; was proved on 2 Mar 1877 at the Principal Registry by Mary Ann Dixon of Seaton Carew Widow the relict the sole Executrix. 

Family

Mary Ann Dixon (nee ?) (c 1816 - 11 Oct 1882)
Child

Citations

  1. [S7] 1861 Census Returns - RG9/3701.
  2. [S31] Assumed - birth of eldest child in the 1861 Census.
  3. [S10] 1871 Census Returns - RG10/4913.
  4. [S12] Probate Registry Indexes.

James George Dodds

(c 1835 - 20 Mar 1893)
ReferenceQ630
Birthc 1835 North Shields, Northumberland1,2 
Marriage26 Dec 1871 Stockton Register Office, Stockton, Durham, Spouse: Jenetta Elliff3,4 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Iron Moulder1 
Residence3 Apr 1881 8 Farrar Street, Linthorpe, Yorkshire1 
Residence1890 Green Tree Public House, Yarm, Yorkshire5 
Occupation5 Apr 1891 Innkeeper2 
Residence5 Apr 1891 High Street, Yarm, Yorkshire2 
OccupationMar 1893 Innkeeper6 
ResidenceMar 1893 Yarm, Yorkshire6 
Death20 Mar 1893 Stokesley Registration District, Yorkshire6,7 
Note He is recorded as James G Dodds in the 1891 Census and James George Dodds in the Probate Registry Indexes 
Note Also living with James & Jenetta at the time of the 1891 Census was his sister Margaret Dodds, single, aged 48, born in Sunderland, Durham, recorded as "living on her own means". 
Note The Probate Registry Indexes record that James's will was proved in York on 18 Apr 1893 and names Jenetta Elliff widow as executor. His effects totalled £85 14s 3d 

Family

Jenetta Elliff (c May 1841 - 8 Jan 1903)
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Citations

  1. [S33] 1881 Census LDS Transcript - RG11/4854.
  2. [S32] 1891 Census Returns - RG12/4023.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 10a 209 + names cross checked.
  4. [S53] Newspaper - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Friday 29 December 1871.
  5. [S30] Directory - Bulmers Directory of Yarm 1890.
  6. [S12] Probate Registry Indexes.
  7. [S16] GRO Indexes - 9d 414 - age and location.

Hannah Maria Dollins

(c 1847 - c Mar 1929)
FatherWilliam Dollins1 (c 1818 - )
MotherElisabeth Dowse1 (c 1822 - c Dec 1863)
ReferenceQ548
Birthc 1847 Kirton, Lincolnshire, Assumed from 1901 Census Return where her name is given as Anna Maria.2 
Occupation30 Mar 1851 Scholar1 
Residence30 Mar 1851 Middle Fen, Frampton, Lincolnshire1 
Occupation7 Apr 1861 House Servant in the home of David & Hannah Wilmore and family.3 
Residence7 Apr 1861 Holbeach Common, Holbeach, Lincolnshire3 
Occupation2 Apr 1871 Servant in the home of William Hargraves & family4 
Residence2 Apr 1871 15 Regent Square, Doncaster, Yorkshire5 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 General Servant Domestic in the home of Thomas H Harrison and family.6 
Residence3 Apr 1881 The Hall, Balby Cum Hexthorpe, Yorkshire7 
Marriagec Sep 1882 Holbeach Registration District, Lincolnshire, Spouse: John Elliff8 
Married Namec Sep 1882 Elliff 
Residence5 Apr 1891 99 Victoria Street, Doncaster, Yorkshire9 
Address31 Mar 1901 16 Arbitration Street, Doncaster, Yorkshire10 
Residence2 Apr 1911 156 Bentinck Street, Doncaster, Yorkshire11 
Deathc Mar 1929 Doncaster Registration District, Yorkshire, Name in GRO Index is Maria Eliff12 
Note The GRO Indexes record the following births:
c Sep 1846 Maria Dolling, Boston RD, Ref 14 254
c Sep 1848 William Down Dolling, Boston RD, Ref 14 273 
Note The Holbeach All Saints Parish Register records the following baptisms:

Date:Name:Age:Abode:Father
20 May 1866:Priscilla Dollin:24:Holbeach Clough:Labourer
20 May 1866:Anna Maria Dollin:19:Holbeach Clough:Labourer
20 May 1866:William Dowse Dollin:17:Holbeach Clough:Labourer
20 May 1866:Eliza Dollin:16:Holbeach Clough:Labourer

And:

Date:Name:Parents:Surname:Abode:Father
22 Jul 1866:Elizabeth:William & Elizabeth Dollin:Holbeach Marsh:Shepherd
22 Jul 1866:Emma:William & Elizabeth Dollin:Holbeach Marsh:Shepherd
22 Jul 1866:John:William & Elizabeth Dollin:Holbeach Marsh:Shepherd

 
Note At the time of the 1891 Census, also lodging with Hannah were Henry Poole, Fred Jubb & William Harrah, all railway workers. 
Note Living with Hannah at the time of the 1911 cenesus were:
George Potter, Boarder, Mar 1yr, 29, Drayman For Brewer, b Wadworth, Yorks
Edith Gertrude Potter, Boarder, Mar, 24, b Doncaster, Yorks
Grace Potter, Dau 6 mths, Dontr (sic) Yorks 

Family

John Elliff (c Mar 1847 - 17 Feb 1884)
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Citations

  1. [S5] 1851 Census Returns - HO107/2098.
  2. [S28] 1901 Census Returns.
  3. [S7] 1861 Census Returns - RG9/2329.
  4. [S10] 1871 Census Returns - RG10/4718.
  5. [S7] 1861 Census Returns - RG10/4718.
  6. [S11] 1881 Census Returns - RG11/4680.
  7. [S11] 1881 Census Returns - RG11/4686.
  8. [S16] GRO Indexes - 7a 611 cross checked to spouse.
  9. [S32] 1891 Census Returns - RG12/3865.
  10. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/4413.
  11. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN28199.
  12. [S16] GRO Indexes - 9c 1510 + age & location.

Joseph Dollins

(c Sep 1866 - )
FatherWilliam Dollins1 (c 1818 - )
MotherHannah Herriss (c 1825 - )
ReferenceR516
Birthc Sep 1866 Holbeach, Lincolnshire2,3 
Residence2 Apr 1871 Three Tuns Public House, Holbeach, Lincolnshire1 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Scholar4 
Residence3 Apr 1881 Old Roman Bank, Holbeach, Lincolnshire4 
Marriagec Jun 1889 Holbeach Registration District, Spouse: Ann Elliff5,3 
Occupation5 Apr 1891 Pork Butcher3 
Residence5 Apr 1891 19 Spring Gardens, Doncaster, Yorkshire3 
Occupation2 Apr 1911 Labourer wheel cleaner railway company6 
Residence2 Apr 1911 13 Butchers Arms Yard, Marsh Gate, Doncaster, Yorkshire6 
Note Joseph is the half brother of (Hannah) Maria Dollin (Q548) who married John Elliff (Q546). John is Joseph's wife Ann's uncle. 
Note For children, see wife Ann 

Family

Ann Elliff (8 May 1864 - )
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Citations

  1. [S10] 1871 Census Returns - RG10/3330.
  2. [S16] GRO Indexes - 7a 328.
  3. [S32] 1891 Census Returns - RG12/3864.
  4. [S11] 1881 Census Returns - RG11/3210.
  5. [S16] GRO Indexes - Cross referenced to spouse (7a 733).
  6. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN28190.

William Dollins

(c 1818 - )
Birthc 1818 London, Middlesex1 
Marriagec Sep 1842 Boston Registration District, Lincolnshire, Spouse: Elisabeth Dowse2 
Occupation30 Mar 1851 Farm Bailiff1 
Residence30 Mar 1851 Middle Fen, Frampton, Lincolnshire1 
Occupation7 Apr 1861 Shepherd3 
Residence7 Apr 1861 Holbeach Common, Lincolnshire3 
Marriagec Sep 1870 Holbeach Registration District, Lincolnshire, Spouse: Hannah Herriss4 
Occupation2 Apr 1871 Innkeeper5 
Residence2 Apr 1871 Three Tuns Public House, Holbeach, Lincolnshire5 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Innkeeper6 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Old Roman Bank, Holbeach, Lincolnshire6 
Note Living with William & Elisabeth at the time of the 1851 Census were:
Mary Ann, dau, 8, scholar, b Kirton, Lincs
Prisilla, dau, 6, scholar, b Algarkirk, Lincs
Maria, dau, 4, scholar, b Frampton, Lincs
William, son, 2, at home, b Frampton, Lincs
Eliza, dau, 6mths, at home, b Frampton, Lincs
Sarah Davey, house servant, 16, b Bourne, Lincs
James Willson, farm servant, 24, b Swineshead, Lincs 
Note Living with William & Elisabeth at the time of the 1861 Census were:
William, son, S, 12, b Frampton, Lincs
Eliza, dau, S, 10, b Whaplode, Lincs
Ann, dau, S, 7, b Holbeach, Lincs
Emma, dau, S, 4, b Holbeach, Lincs
John, son, S, 1, b Holbeach, Lincs 
Note Living with William & Hannah at the time of the 1871 Census were:
Priscilla Dollins, dau, S, 26, b Kirton Fen, Lins
Emma Dollins, dau, 14, b Holbeach, Lincs
John Dollins, son, 12, scholar, b Holbeach, Lincs
Joseph Dollins, son, 4, b Holbeach, Lincs,
David Wilmore, son-in-law, 13, labourer, b Holbeach, Lincs
Thomas Overson was the son of Hannah's daughter Mary A who had married Matthew Overson in 1866. 
Note Living with William & Hannah at the time of the 1881 Census were:
Elizabeth Wilmore, dau, S, 21, general servant, b Holbeach, Lincs
Joseph Dollins, grandson, 15, scholar, b Holbeach
Thomas Overson, grandson, 12, scholar, b Holbeach
John Savage, lodger, S, 38, ag.lab, b Holbeach, Lincs
Richard Curry, lodger, S, 44, ag.lab, b Pinchbeck, Lincs 
Note His surname was recorded as 'Dolling' in the 1851 Census & 'Dollin' in the 1881 Census. 

Family 1

Elisabeth Dowse (c 1822 - c Dec 1863)
Children

Family 2

Hannah Herriss (c 1825 - )
Child

Citations

  1. [S5] 1851 Census Returns - HO107/2098.
  2. [S16] GRO Indexes - 14 318 cross checked to spouse.
  3. [S7] 1861 Census Returns - RG9/2329.
  4. [S16] GRO Indexes - 7a 587 cross checked to spouse.
  5. [S10] 1871 Census Returns - RG10/3330.
  6. [S11] 1881 Census Returns - RG11/3210.

William Dowse Dollins

(c Sep 1848 - c Dec 1903)
FatherWilliam Dollins1 (c 1818 - )
MotherElisabeth Dowse1 (c 1822 - c Dec 1863)
ReferenceQ553
Birthc Sep 1848 Frampton, Lincolnshire1,2 
Occupation30 Mar 1851 At home1 
Residence30 Mar 1851 Middle Fen, Frampton, Lincolnshire1 
Residence7 Apr 1861 Holbeach Common, Lincolnshire3 
Marriagec Sep 1873 Spalding Registration District, Lincolnshire, Spouse: Sarah Hannah Elliff4,5 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Engine Driver - Railway5 
Residence3 Apr 1881 22 Senior Terrace, Doncaster, Yorkshire5 
Occupation5 Apr 1891 Engine Driver6 
Residence5 Apr 1891 77 Victoria Street, Doncaster, Yorkshire6 
Occupation31 Mar 1901 Locomotive Engine Driver7 
Residence31 Mar 1901 14 Exchange Street, Doncaster, Yorkshire7 
Deathc Dec 1903 Doncaster Registration District, Yorkshire8 
Note Also living with William & Sarah at the time of the 1881 Census Returns was Sarah's brother John who was to marry William's sister Hannah Maria a year later, and Thomas Bartlett, lodger, aged 21, unmarried, a Railway Foreman born in Melton in Lincolnshire. 
Note Also living with William & Sarah at the time of the 1891 census was their son William H Dollins aged 14, a scholar, born in Doncaster and Sarah's father in law Edward Moyses, aged 78, a general labourer, born in Doddington,Cambridgeshire. 
Note Also living with William & Sarah at the time of the 1901 census was their son William H Dollins aged 24, a Stream Railway Engine Fitter, born in Doncaster and Sarah's brother Joseph, aged 56, a Boiler Maker labourer 
Note William's surname was often recorded as "Dollin" 

Family

Sarah Hannah Elliff (c Sep 1850 - )
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Citations

  1. [S5] 1851 Census Returns - HO107/2098.
  2. [S16] GRO Indexes - Boston RD 14 273 + name & location.
  3. [S7] 1861 Census Returns - RG9/2329.
  4. [S16] GRO Indexes - 7a 611 cross checked to spouse.
  5. [S11] 1881 Census Returns - RG11/4692.
  6. [S32] 1891 Census Returns - RG12/3865.
  7. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/4413.
  8. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 9c 522 + name, age & location and wife is widowed by the time of the 1911 census.

Arnold Harry Dominy

(22 Nov 1911 - 24 Dec 1989)
Birth22 Nov 1911 Calcutta, West Bengal, India1 
ResidenceJun 1948 Electrical Engineer2 
Immigration17 Jun 1948 Southampton, Sussex, aboard ship Asturias from Bombay via Fremantle, Aden & Suez3 
ResidenceJun 1948 c/o Richards, 35 Caer Road, Oswestry, Shropshire3 
OccupationDec 1954 Clerk4 
ResidenceDec 1954 6 Featherstone Gardens, Boreham Wood, Hertfordshire4 
Emigration3 Dec 1954 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, on board ship Scythia from Sounthampton4 
OccupationMay 1967 Electrician working for the Canadian Pacific Railway1 
ResidenceMay 1967 5410 Cumberland Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada1 
Marriage17 May 1967 First Baptist Church, Cote Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Spouse: Audrey Robson Elliff1 
OccupationDec 1989 Canadian Pacific Railway (retired)5 
Death24 Dec 1989 Toronto, Ontario, Canada5 
Burial2 Jan 1990 Westminster Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada5 
Note Arnold's marriage certficate records that his father's birthplace was Gloucester in England 
Note The Ship passenger list for Arnold's arrival in England in Jun 1948 records that he was travelling with Mrs Agnes Christina Dominy, a housewife aged 54. She is 18 years older than Arnold so his relationship to her is not clear 
Note The certificate for Arnold's marriage to Audrey records that he was a widower and a congregationalist 
Note Harold's death notice in the Toronto Star (30 Dec 1989) mentions his sister Mavis Dique of Harlow, England 

Family

Audrey Robson Elliff (16 May 1919 - 17 Oct 1986)
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Citations

  1. [S20] Marriage Certificate.
  2. [S50] Ship Passenger List - Ancesetry.co.uk.
  3. [S50] Ship Passenger List - Ancestry.co.uk.
  4. [S50] Ship Passenger List - Findmypast.com.
  5. [S19] Obituary - Toronto Star - 30 Dec 1989.

Elisabeth Dowse

(c 1822 - c Dec 1863)
Birthc 1822 Sutterton, Lincolnshire1 
Married Namec Sep 1842 Dollins2 
Marriagec Sep 1842 Boston Registration District, Lincolnshire, Spouse: William Dollins3 
Residence30 Mar 1851 Middle Fen, Frampton, Lincolnshire1 
Residence7 Apr 1861 Holbeach Common, Lincolnshire4 
Deathc Dec 1863 Holbeach Registration District, Lincolnshire5 
Note For other children, see husband William. 
Note Death assumed to be correct as her husband William married Hannah Wilmore in 1870 and this is the only appropriate death in the GRO Indexes. 

Family

William Dollins (c 1818 - )
Children

Citations

  1. [S5] 1851 Census Returns - HO107/2098.
  2. [S16] GRO Indexes - 14 318 ceoss checked to spouse.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes - 14 318 cross checked to spouse.
  4. [S7] 1861 Census Returns - RG9/2329.
  5. [S16] GRO Indexes - 7a 245.

Jabez Draper

(c Mar 1843 - 23 Jan 1922)
FatherJames Draper1 (c 1810 - 29 Mar 1878)
MotherMary Barratt1 (c 1813 - )
ReferenceQ860
Birthc Mar 1843 Quadring, Lincolnshire2,3 
Residence30 Mar 1851 Westhorp, Gosberton, Lincolnshire1 
Occupation1 Apr 1869 Farm Labourer4 
Residence1 Apr 1869 Lanrick Ville, Boston, Lincolnshire4 
Marriage1 Apr 1869 Independent Chapel, Grove Street, Boston, Lincolnshire, Spouse: Lucy Ann Elliff4,5,2 
Occupation25 Jun 1869 Farm Labourer6 
Residence25 Jun 1869 Gosberton, Lincolnshire6 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Farmer 7 Acres2 
Residence3 Apr 1881 Westhorpe Road, Gosberton, Lincolnshire2 
Occupation31 Mar 1901 Cottager7 
Residence31 Mar 1901 Westhorpe, Gosberton, Lincolnshire7 
Occupation2 Apr 1911 Farmer8 
Residence2 Apr 1911 The Westhorpe, Gosberton, Lincolnshire8 
ResidenceJan 1922 Gosberton, Lincolnshire9 
Death23 Jan 1922 Spalding Registration District, Lincolnshire10,9 
Burialc Jan 1922 Gosberton Cemetery, Gosberton, Lincolnshire11 
Note At his birth, his christian name was recorded as 'Jabus' in the GRO Indexes. 
Note For children, see wife Lucy 
Note Jabez's gravestone in Gosberton Cemetery is next to that of his wife Lucy Ann and reads:
"In loving memory of Jabez The beloved husband of Lucy Ann Draper who fell asleep January 23 1922 aged 79 years His end was peace"
Kelvin Dobbs, Jabez's great-grandson who visited the grave in June 2009 - email 29 Jun 2009 
Note The Probate Registry Indexes record that Jabez's will was proved in Lincoln on 4 Feb 1922 and named George Edward Draper & Jabez Eliff Draper, smallholders, as executors. His effects totalled £52 12s 6d 

Family

Lucy Ann Elliff (4 Aug 1850 - 13 Feb 1936)
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Citations

  1. [S5] 1851 Census Returns - HO107/2096.
  2. [S33] 1881 Census LDS Transcript - RG11/3202.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes - Spalding RD 14 547.
  4. [S20] Marriage Certificate.
  5. [S16] GRO Indexes - 7a 699 cross checked to spouse.
  6. [S14] Birth Certificate - son George Edward.
  7. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/3030.
  8. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN19486.
  9. [S12] Probate Registry Indexes.
  10. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 7a 497 + name, age & location.
  11. [S58] Personal Knowledge - Kelvin Dobbs, Jabez's great-grandson who visited the grave in June 2009 - email 29 Jun 2009.

James Draper

(c 1810 - 29 Mar 1878)
Birthc 1810 Surfleet, Lincolnshire1 
Marriage26 Dec 1833 Gosberton, Lincolnshire, Spouse: Mary Barratt2,3 
Occupation30 Mar 1851 Farmer of 20 acres1 
Residence30 Mar 1851 Westhorp, Gosberton, Lincolnshire1 
Occupation1 Apr 1869 Farmer4 
Death29 Mar 1878 Gosberton, Lincolnshire5 
Note Living with James & Mary at the time of the 1851 Census were:
James William, son, S, 16, at home, b Quadring, Lincs
Jane, dau, S, 13, at home, b Quadring, Lincs
Charlotte, dau, S, 12, at home, b Quadring, Lincs
Rachel, dau, S, 10, at home, b Quadring, Lincs
Jabez, son, S, 8, at home, b Quadring, Lincs
Edward, son, S, 6, at home, b Gosberton, Lincs
George, son, S, 4, at home, b Gosberton, Lincs
Elizabeth, dau, S, 2, at home, b Gosberton, Lincs
Emma, dau, S, 3mths, at home, b Gosberton, Lincs 
Note The Probate Registry Indexes record that following James' death, his will was proved on 31 May 1878 at Lincoln by James William Draper of Great Gidding in the County of Huntingdon, Miller, the son, and Jabez Draper and George Draper both of Gosberton Labourers, the Sons, and John Barnett of Surfleet in the County of Lincoln, Groom, William Church of Dogsthorpe in the County of Northampton, Carpenter, John Lord of Whaplode in the County of Lincoln, Labourer, and James Francis of Gosberton, Miller, the Executors 

Family

Mary Barratt (c 1813 - )
Child

Citations

  1. [S5] 1851 Census Returns - HO107/2096.
  2. [S5] 1851 Census Returns - HO107/2096 - birth of eldest child.
  3. [S22] IGI.
  4. [S20] Marriage Certificate - son Jabez.
  5. [S12] Probate Registry Indexes.

Elsie Wright Eads

(1 Nov 1885 - 3 Apr 1964)
FatherJohn Thomas Eads1 (c 1858 - 15 Oct 1940)
MotherKate Caroline Mary Corby2,3 (c 1865 - 23 Dec 1929)
ReferenceR266
Birth1 Nov 1885 Fulham, London4,5,3 
Residence13 Dec 1885 71 Brookville Road, Fulham, London5 
Baptism13 Dec 1885 St Peter's Church, Fulham, London6 
Residence31 Mar 1901 21 Kenilworth Avenue, Wimbledon, Surrey3 
ResidenceFeb 1912 21 Kenilworth Avenue, Wimbledon, Surrey7 
Marriage29 Feb 1912 Richmond Register Office, Surrey, Spouse: Thomas Henry Elliff7 
Married Name29 Feb 1912 Elliff 
ResidenceOct 1955 4 Coval Gardens, London, SW148 
Residence1957 4 Coval Gardens, London, SW149 
ResidenceApr 1964 27 Leinster Avenue, East Sheen, Surrey10 
Death3 Apr 1964 West Middlesex Hospital, Isleworth, Middlesex10 
Note Witnesses at her marriage were her mother Kate C.M. Eads and Ethel May Dicker, assumed to be Elsie's sister. 
Note Following her husband's death, Letters of Administration (with will) were granted to Elsie in London on 7 Jun 1955. His effects were valued at £31,620 0s 7d 
Note The Probate Registry Indexes record that Elsie's will was proved on 12 Aug 1964 in London and probate granted to her son Frank Henry Elliff, company director. Her effects were valued at £4,313 

Family

Thomas Henry Elliff (6 Dec 1879 - 20 Apr 1955)
Children
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Citations

  1. [S20] Marriage Certificate - Elsie Wright Eads to Thomas Henry Elliff.
  2. [S6] Parish Register - baptism Elsie Wright Eads 1885.
  3. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/657.
  4. [S16] GRO Indexes - Fulham RD 1a 293.
  5. [S6] Parish Register - baptism.
  6. [S6] Parish Register.
  7. [S20] Marriage Certificate.
  8. [S42] London Gazette - 11 Oct 1955 Pg 5719.
  9. [S63] Telephone Directory - London 1957 (Ancestry.co.uk).
  10. [S12] Probate Registry Indexes.
  11. [S16] GRO Indexes - Richmond RD 2a 1036 + mother's maiden name.
  12. [S16] GRO Indexes - Richmond RD 2a 1052 + mother's maiden name.

John Thomas Eads

(c 1858 - 15 Oct 1940)
Birthc 1858 Dinton, Wiltshire1 
Occupation8 Jan 1885 Tailor2 
Residence8 Jan 1885 1 Michael's Grove, Kensington, London2 
Marriage8 Jan 1885 Holy Trinty Brompton, Kensington, London, Spouse: Kate Caroline Mary Corby3,4 
Occupation13 Dec 1885 Tailor5 
Residence13 Dec 1885 71 Brookville Road, Fulham, London5 
Occupation31 Mar 1901 Master Tailor (Shopkeeper)1 
Residence31 Mar 1901 21 Kenilworth Avenue, Wimbledon, Surrey1 
Occupation29 Feb 1912 Master Tailor6 
Residence1924 21 Kenilworth Avenue, Wimbledon, Surrey7 
Residence1926 44 Marlborough Road, Wimbledon Park, Surrey8 
ResidenceOct 1940 44 Marlborough Road, Wimbledon Park, Surrey9 
Death15 Oct 1940 Surrey N.E. Registration District, Surrey9,10 
Note At his marriage, John's father was recorded as John Eads, a traveller. Witnesses were Arthur Henry Beavan (?) & Lucy Amelia Corby 
Note Living with John & Kate at the 1901 Census were:
Elsie W, dau, S, 15, b Fulham, London
Ethel M, dau, S, 13, b Fulham, London
Dorothy, dau, S, 12, b Fulham, London
John Reginald, son, S, 12, b Fulham, London
Maud M Cox, servant, S 24, domestic, b Reading, Berks 
Note The Electoral Registers of 1912, 24, 26 & 39 record that John's business was run from a shop at 196 Brompton Road, Kensington 
Note Following John's death, probate was granted in Llandudno on 4 Dec 1940 to his son John Reginald Eads civil servant. His effects were valued at £311 16s. 

Family

Kate Caroline Mary Corby (c 1865 - 23 Dec 1929)
Child

Citations

  1. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/657.
  2. [S6] Parish Register - marriage.
  3. [S6] Parish Register.
  4. [S16] GRO Indexes - 1a 117 cross checked to spouse.
  5. [S6] Parish Register - baptism daughter Elsie Wright.
  6. [S20] Marriage Certificate - daughter Elsie Wright.
  7. [S69] Electoral Register - Kensington 1924 - London Metropolitan Archives.
  8. [S69] Electoral Register - Kensington 1926 - London Metropolitan Archives.
  9. [S12] Probate Registry Indexes.
  10. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 2a 164.
  11. [S20] Marriage Certificate - Elsie Wright Eads to Thomas Henry Elliff.

Florence Sarah Earle

(c Jun 1878 - 27 Dec 1921)
FatherGeorge Earle1,2 (c 1838 - )
ReferenceQ384
Birthc Jun 1878 Hillsborough, Sheffield, Yorkshire3,4,1 
Residence3 Apr 1881 78 Sheaf Street, Heeley, Yorkshire5 
Residence5 Apr 1891 38 Milner Road, Wadsley, Yorkshire1 
Residence18 Apr 1904 Grimethorpe, Yorkshire6 
Married Name18 Apr 1904 Elliff 
Marriage18 Apr 1904 St Lukes Parish Church, Grimethorpe, Yorkshire, Spouse: Benjamin Elliff7,8,9 
Residence2 Apr 1911 26 Joseph Street, Grimethorpe, Yorkshire4 
Death27 Dec 1921 Grimethorpe, Yorkshire10 
Burial31 Dec 1921 Grimethorpe Cemetery, Grimethorpe, Yorkshire, Private grave D25310 
Note St Luke's church was built in 1904.
The first couple to be maried there were presented with a Bible inscribed:-
Presented to Mr Benjamin Elliff and Miss Florence Sarah Earl on the occasion of their marriage and as a momento of the very first marriage & solomnisation at the first Parish Church of St Lukes Grimethorpe on the 18th April 1904.
commanet.org - reminiscence attached to photograph of St Luke's Church, Grimethorpe by Terry Middleton 
Note Florence's burial records states her age as 44 years 
Note The headstone on Florence's grave has the inscription:
In loving memory of Florence Sarah beloved wife of Benjamin Elliff who died 27th December 1921 aged 44 years also Samuel George son of the above who was accidently killed at Bentley Colliery died 11th December 1925 aged 21 also Violet beloved daughter of the above who was accidently burned whilst following her employed (sic) died January 2nd 1934 aged 17 years also the above named Benjamin Elliff who died October 31st 1937 aged 70 years 

Family

Benjamin Elliff (17 Jan 1867 - 31 Oct 1937)
Children
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Citations

  1. [S32] 1891 Census Returns - RG12-3789.
  2. [S6] Parish Register - marriage - Sarah Florence Earle 1904.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes - Wortley RD Ref 9c 296 + name & location.
  4. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN27530.
  5. [S11] 1881 Census Returns - RG11-4640.
  6. [S6] Parish Register - Marriage.
  7. [S6] Parish Register.
  8. [S16] GRO Indexes - Hemsworth RD 9c 277.
  9. [S54] Website - www.commanet.org - see notes.
  10. [S26] Burial Record - Barnsley Bereavement Services email 19 Feb 2009.
  11. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG14PN27530.
  12. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 9c 181. Parents assumed from location.
  13. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 9c 182. Parents assumed from location.
  14. [S58] Personal Knowledge - Jean Sargesson (nee Elliff) Florence's grand-daughter.
  15. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 9c 306 + parent's names and location.
  16. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 9c 304 + parent's names & location.

George Earle

(c 1838 - )
Birthc 1838 Wellington, Shropshire1 
Residence3 Apr 1881 78 Sheaf Street, Heeley, Yorkshire2 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Iron Founders Clerk2 
Occupation5 Apr 1891 Cashier Sheffield Tram Company1 
Residence5 Apr 1891 38 Milner Road, Wadsley, Yorkshire1 
Occupation18 Apr 1904 Cashier3 
Note Living with George & Katherine at the time of the 1881 census were:
David H Earle, son, 13, Tram Car Conductor, b Devonport, Devon
Jane Earle, dau, 10, Scholar, b Ireland
Louisa Earle, dau, 8, Scholar, b Ireland
James Earle, son, 6, Scholar, b Woolwich, Kent
Florence S Earle, dau, 3, b Sheffield, Yorkshire 
Note At the time of the 1891 census, George was recorded as a widower. Living with him were:
D Henry Earle, son, aged 24, Omnibus Conductor, born c1867 in Horfield, Bristol
LC Earle, dau, aged 18, born c1873 in Portobello, Dublin
J A Earle, son, aged 16, Assitant Cashier Sheffield Tram Company, b c1875 in Woolwich, Kent
F S Earle, dau, aged 13, b c1878, Hillsborough, Yorkshire 

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S32] 1891 Census Returns - RG12-3789.
  2. [S11] 1881 Census Returns - RG11-4640.
  3. [S6] Parish Register - marriage - daughter Florence Sarah.
  4. [S6] Parish Register - marriage - Sarah Florence Earle 1904.

Maud Elizabeth Eaton

(4 Jul 1894 - 22 Oct 1971)
Birth4 Jul 1894 23 Mentmore Terrace, London Fields, Hackney, London1 
OccupationOct 1971 Widow of George Mansell, a retired sawyer2 
ResidenceOct 1971 The Hollies, Lampton Road, Hounslow, Middlesex2 
Death22 Oct 1971 West Middlesex Hospital, Isleworth, Middlesex2 
Note Maud's death certificate recorded her cause of death as Bronchopneumonia. The informant was her daughter Kitty 

Family

Percy Albert Hoad (29 Aug 1879 - 16 Dec 1962)
Child

Citations

  1. [S14] Birth Certificate.
  2. [S15] Death Certificate.

Thomas Norman Edwards

(13 Feb 1915 - c Jul 1984)
ReferenceT242
Birth13 Feb 1915 1 
Marriage25 May 1946 Thanet Registration District, Kent, Spouse: Joan Winifred Elliff2,3 
OccupationOct 1954 Police Officer4 
ResidenceOct 1954 14 Victoria Avenue, Broadstairs, Kent5 
Emigration9 Oct 1954 Port of London, London, on board ship "Chusan" bound for Malaya6 
OccupationSep 1957 Police Officer1 
Immigration1 Sep 1957 Port of London, London, on board ship S.S. Carthage from Penang, Malaya6 
Deathc Jul 1984 Chichester Registration District, Sussex7 
Note The Ship Passenger list for the S.S. Cathage in Sep 1957 records that Thomas and his family had arrived in London from Penang, Malaya and after a 4 months vacation, intended to return there 
Note The Ship Passenger list for the Accra on 9 Jan 1958 records Thomas' departure from Liverpool with an intended destination of Lagos in Nigeria. His occupation was given as "Colonial office" 
Note For children, see wife Joan Winfred 

Family

Joan Winifred Elliff (23 Jan 1921 - c Oct 1998)
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Citations

  1. [S50] Ship Passenger List - S.S. Carthage Sep 1957 (Ancestry.co.uk).
  2. [S56] Personal Recollection - Joan Winifred Elliff.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 2a 3775.
  4. [S50] Ship Passenger List - Ship "Chusan" Oct 1954 (Ancestry.co.uk).
  5. [S50] Ship Passenger List - Ship Chusan - Ancestry.co.uk.
  6. [S50] Ship Passenger List - Ancestry.co.uk.
  7. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 18 1364 + DOB.

Walter Eliff

(23 Apr 1885 - c Sep 1960)
MotherAnn Elliff1 (19 Mar 1866 - )
ReferenceR371
Birth23 Apr 1885 Pinchbeck West, Lincolnshire1 
Baptism17 May 1885 Pinchbeck West Parish Church, Pinchbeck West, Lincolnshire2 
Occupation31 Mar 1901 Agricultural Labourer3 
Residence31 Mar 1901 Star Load Drove, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, A boader in the house of John S Coddington and family.3 
OccupationAug 1910 Labourer4 
ResidenceAug 1910 Park Road, Spalding, Lincolnshire4 
Marriage25 Aug 1910 St John the Baptist Parish Church, Spalding, Lincolnshire, Spouse: Mary Jane Haresign4 
Occupation2 Apr 1911 Horse Keeper5 
Residence2 Apr 1911 48 Park Road, Spalding, Lincolnshire5 
OccupationSep 1934 Smallholder6 
Deathc Sep 1960 Spalding Registration District, Lincolnshire7 
Note Walter's surname is recorded throughout most of his life as "Eliff" apart from his birth in the GRO indexes where it is recorded as "Elliff". 
Note Witnesses at Walter & Mary Jane's marriage were David Haresign & Frances Alice Haresign 
Note At the time of the 1911 census Walter and Mary Jane were living with Mary's parents 
Note Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1930 records a Walter Elliff at the New Inn, Spalding Common, Spalding 

Family

Mary Jane Haresign (c Mar 1891 - 24 Sep 1964)
Child
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Citations

  1. [S6] Parish Register - Baptism - Pinchbeck West.
  2. [S6] Parish Register.
  3. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/3028.
  4. [S20] Marriage Certificate.
  5. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN19497.
  6. [S20] Marriage Certificate - son Walter Cyril.
  7. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 3b 40 + place and age.
  8. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 7a 690.

Walter Cyril Eliff

(1 Aug 1912 - c Sep 1982)
FatherWalter Eliff1 (23 Apr 1885 - c Sep 1960)
MotherMary Jane Haresign1 (c Mar 1891 - 24 Sep 1964)
ReferenceS371
Birth1 Aug 1912 Spalding Registration District, Lincolnshire2,3 
OccupationSep 1934 Motor Worker4 
ResidenceSep 1934 Weston Hills, Lincolnshire4 
Marriage22 Sep 1934 The Parish Church, Cherry Willingham, Lincolnshire, Spouse: Violet Cross4 
OccupationSep 1964 Mechanic5 
Deathc Sep 1982 Boston Registration District, Lincolnshire6 
Note Walter and his wife spelt their surname Eliff 
Note Witnesses to Walter's marriage were Thomas Roy Haresign & Vera Cross 
Note The Probate Registry Indexes record that following his mother Mary's death, Letters of Adminstration were granted to Walter on 18 Nov 1964 in Lincoln. Her effects were valued at £1,092 

Family

Violet Cross (16 Feb 1910 - c Jul 1992)
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Citations

  1. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 7a 690.
  2. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 7a 690 + place and mother's maiden name.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes - DOB on death entry.
  4. [S20] Marriage Certificate.
  5. [S12] Probate Registry Indexes - mother Mary Jane.
  6. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 7 1175 + name, DOB & location.

Charles W Percy Eliffe

(c Sep 1909 - c Sep 1963)
FatherJohn William Elliff1,2 (c Jun 1872 - c Jun 1936)
MotherMartha Ann Gregory1 (c Sep 1877 - )
ReferenceS360
Birthc Sep 1909 Ibstock, Leicestershire1,2 
Residence2 Apr 1911 Battram Road, Ellistown, Leicetershire2 
Marriagec Dec 1936 Ashby Z Registration District, Leicestershire, Spouse: Mabel A Kirk 
Deathc Sep 1963 Market Bosworth Registration District, Leicestershire3 

Family

Mabel A Kirk
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Citations

  1. [S16] GRO Indexes - 7a 73 + surname & location.
  2. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN19043.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 3A 659 + name, age & location.

Gertrude Lillian Eliffe

(c Sep 1896 - )
FatherJohn William Elliff1 (c Jun 1872 - c Jun 1936)
MotherMartha Ann Gregory1 (c Sep 1877 - )
ReferenceS340
Birthc Sep 1896 Nailstone Wood, Ibstock, Leicestershire1,2 
Residence31 Mar 1901 Midland Road, Ellistown, Leicestershire1 
Occupation2 Apr 1911 Servant Domestic3 
Residence2 Apr 1911 Battram Road, Ellistown, Leicetershire3 
Married Namec Mar 1915 Staples 
Marriagec Mar 1915 Ashby Z Registration District, Leicestershire, Spouse: Alfred H Staples4 
Note The GRO Indexes record the following births:
c Jun 1916, George H Staples/Eliffe, Ashby Z RD Ref 7a 206
c Dec 1922, John E Staples/Eliffe, Ashby Z RD Ref 7a 172 

Family

Alfred H Staples
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Citations

  1. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/2974.
  2. [S16] GRO Indexes - Mt Bosworth RD 7a 77.
  3. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN19043.
  4. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 7a 163 + name & location; names cross checked to spouse.

Hannah Edna E Eliffe

(c Mar 1900 - )
FatherJohn William Elliff1 (c Jun 1872 - c Jun 1936)
MotherMartha Ann Gregory2 (c Sep 1877 - )
ReferenceS344
Birthc Mar 1900 Nailstone Wood, Ibstock, Leicestershire1,3 
Residence31 Mar 1901 Midland Road, Ellistown, Leicestershire1 
Residence2 Apr 1911 Battram Road, Ellistown, Leicetershire4 
ChartsDescendant Chart

Citations

  1. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/2974.
  2. [S27] 1901 Census Index - RG13/2974.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes - Mt Bosworth RD 7a 76.
  4. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN19043.

Horace Charles Eliffe

(c Dec 1904 - c Mar 1905)
FatherJohn William Elliff1,2 (c Jun 1872 - c Jun 1936)
MotherMartha Ann Gregory1,2 (c Sep 1877 - )
ReferenceS352
Birthc Dec 1904 Ibstock, Leicestershire1,3 
Deathc Mar 1905 Mt Bosworth Registration District, Leicestershire4 
Residence2 Apr 1911 Battram Road, Ellistown, Leicetershire2 
ChartsDescendant Chart

Citations

  1. [S16] GRO Indexes - 7a 62 + surname & location.
  2. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN19043.
  3. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG14PN19043.
  4. [S16] GRO Indexes - 7a 47 + surname & location.

John Thomas Eliffe

(27 Nov 1901 - c Dec 1989)
FatherJohn William Elliff1,2 (c Jun 1872 - c Jun 1936)
MotherMartha Ann Gregory1 (c Sep 1877 - )
ReferenceS348
Birth27 Nov 1901 Ibstock, Leicestershire1,2,3 
Residence2 Apr 1911 Battram Road, Ellistown, Leicetershire2 
Deathc Dec 1989 Coalville Registration District, Leicestershire4 
ChartsDescendant Chart

Citations

  1. [S16] GRO Indexes - 7a 72 + surname & location.
  2. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN19043.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes - DOB on death entry.
  4. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 6 1526 + name, age & location.

Martha Hannah Eliffe

(c Mar 1906 - )
FatherJohn William Elliff1,2 (c Jun 1872 - c Jun 1936)
MotherMartha Ann Gregory1 (c Sep 1877 - )
ReferenceS356
Birthc Mar 1906 Ibstock, Leicestershire1,3 
Residence2 Apr 1911 Battram Road, Ellistown, Leicetershire2 
ChartsDescendant Chart

Citations

  1. [S16] GRO Indexes - 7a 73 + surname & location.
  2. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN19043.
  3. [S60] 1911 Census Returns - RG14PN19043.

Winifred Rose Elkin

(22 Sep 1890 - 13 Aug 1982)
Birth22 Sep 1890 London1 
Married NameApr 1913 Rowley 
Residence6 Apr 1913 2 Salisbury Road, Ealing, Lodnon2 
Marriage6 Apr 1913 St John's Parish Church, Ealing, London, Spouse: Frederick William Rowley3,4,5 
Death13 Aug 1982 31 Sea Lane, Pagham, Bognor Regis, Sussex1 
Note At Winifred's marriage, her father is recorded as Alfred Maybank Elkin, deceased, a lobby officer in the G.P.O. Witnesses are William Edward Fountain & Beatrice Emma Rowley 
Note For other children, see husband Frederick 
Note Her death certificate records her cause of death as right hemi-haemothorax due to rupture of aortic aneurysm due to aortic atherosclerosis. A post mortem was held. The informant was her son, Francis William Rowley 

Family

Frederick William Rowley (18 Nov 1886 - c 1957)
Child

Citations

  1. [S15] Death Certificate.
  2. [S6] Parish Register - marriage.
  3. [S6] Parish Register.
  4. [S58] Personal Knowledge - Granddaughter Sandra Page nee Elliff.
  5. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 3a 152 + names cross checked.

Ada Elliff

(28 Oct 1883 - c Sep 1884)
MotherAnn Elliff1 (19 Mar 1866 - )
ReferenceR370
Birth28 Oct 1883 West Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire2 
Baptism6 Jan 1884 Pinchbeck West Parish Church, Lincolnshire2 
Deathc Sep 1884 3 
Burial29 Sep 1884 Pinchbeck West Parish Church, Lincolnshire4 
Note In the baptism register, her surname was recorded as Eliff. 
ChartsDescendant Chart

Citations

  1. [S6] Parish Register - Baptism entry - West Pinchbeck.
  2. [S6] Parish Register - Baptism - Pinchbeck West.
  3. [S1] Assumed from burial.
  4. [S6] Parish Register - SOG m/f 1595.

Albert Elliff

(16 Aug 1892 - 15 Oct 1973)
FatherPhillip Elliff1 (25 Mar 1864 - 23 Aug 1944)
MotherEmma Jane Walls1 (c Sep 1866 - 4 Dec 1940)
ReferenceR722
Birth16 Aug 1892 Leeds, Yorkshire2,1 
Residence2 Oct 1892 42 Lacelles Road, Leeds, Yorkshire3 
Baptism2 Oct 1892 St Peter's Church, Roundhay Road, Leeds, Yorkshire4 
Residence31 Mar 1901 15 Ashton Mount, Potternewton, Leeds, Yorkshire1 
Occupation2 Apr 1911 Stained glass leaded lights and embossed glass manufacturer5 
Residence2 Apr 1911 12 Luxor View, Leeds, Yorkshire5 
Marriage31 Dec 1919 Leeds, Yorkshire, Spouse: Georgiana Emily Spencer6 
Residencefr 1941 - 1946 4 Park Avenue, Austhorpe, Halton, Leeds, Yorkshire7 
OccupationOct 1973 Retired Company Director8 
ResidenceOct 1973 4 Austhorpe Grove, Leeds, Yorkshire8 
Death15 Oct 1973 Leeds, Yorkshire6 

Family

Georgiana Emily Spencer (18 Jan 1893 - 3 Jun 1980)
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart

Citations

  1. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/4250.
  2. [S3] P.C. Elliff.
  3. [S6] Parish Register - baptism.
  4. [S6] Parish Register.
  5. [S60] 1911 Census Returns - RG14PN27110.
  6. [S58] Personal Knowledge - P.C. Elliff.
  7. [S63] Telephone Directory - Lincoln/Sheffield/York/Hull/Middlesbrough/Newcastle/Leeds/Bradford 1941-46.
  8. [S42] London Gazette - 10 Dec 1973 Pg 14715.
  9. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 9b 724 + mother's maiden name.

Albert George Elliff

(6 Aug 1870 - c Mar 1940)
FatherFrederick Charles Elliff1 (c 1835 - 3 Apr 1902)
MotherHarriet Bettes1 (18 Jul 1842 - 13 Jan 1917)
ReferenceR244
Birth6 Aug 1870 11 Hinks Place, Bromley By Bow, London1,2 
Residence2 Apr 1871 23 Powis Road, Bromley by Bow, London3 
ResidenceMar 1873 Bromley By Bow, London4 
Baptism20 Mar 1873 Bromley St Leonard Parish Church, Bromley by Bow, London5 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Scholar6 
Residence3 Apr 1881 15 Wilsons Road, Hammersmith, London6 
OccupationMay 1895 Indoor Servant7 
ResidenceMay 1895 73 Yeldam Road, Hammersmith, London7 
Marriage8 May 1895 St Andrew's Church, Fulham, London, Spouse: Elizabeth Sarah Holland7 
OccupationDec 1895 Journeyman Baker8 
ResidenceDec 1895 Elm Gardens, Hammersmith, London8 
OccupationNov 1896 Labourer at Saccharine Works - see notes9 
ResidenceNov 1896 Rowan Road, Hammersmith, London9 
Occupation31 Mar 1901 Labourer at Sugar Works10 
Residence31 Mar 1901 18 Holyport Road, Hammersmith, London10 
Residence1902 18 Holyport Road, Hammersmith, London11 
Residencefr 1904 - 1905 28 Holyport Road, Hammersmith, London12 
Residencefr 1907 - 1909 34 Holyport Road, Hammersmith, London13 
Occupation2 Apr 1911 Pan Man (Sugar Boiler)14 
Residence2 Apr 1911 24 Mablethorpe Road, Fulham, London14 
Residence1918 2 Ancill Street, Hammersmith, London15 
OccupationSep 1918 Sugar Boiler16 
OccupationMay 1921 Sugar Boiler17 
Residencefr 1922 - 1940 48 Colwith Road, Hammersmith, London18 
Deathc Mar 1940 Fulham Registration District, London19 
Note Albert was baptised on the same day as his sisters Anna Maria & Rose Ada and brother James Duke 
Note Albert's grand-daughter Jacqueline said that he was in service before working at Manbre's Saccharine Factory until he retired. Manbres was in Winslow Road, Fulham and it manufactured brewing sugars. Albert's father and several of his brothers worked there. 
Note Jacqueline also remembered that his son Frederick Guy was one of twins, the other being dead at birth. This was also remembered by his niece Joan Winifred. 
Note It is likely that the Charles Frederick Elliff born in Marylebone registration district in 1897 and died in Fulham registration district in 1899 was also Albert's son (see GRO indexes). 

Family

Elizabeth Sarah Holland (c 1874 - c Jun 1939)
Children
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Citations

  1. [S14] Birth Certificate.
  2. [S6] Parish Register - baptism Bromley St Leonard 1873 - Ancestry.co.uk.
  3. [S10] 1871 Census Returns - RG10/570.
  4. [S6] Parish Register - baptism Bromley St Leonard - Ancestry.co.uk.
  5. [S6] Parish Register - Ancestry.co.uk.
  6. [S11] 1881 Census Returns - RG11/54.
  7. [S20] Marriage Certificate.
  8. [S14] Birth Certificate - son Albert William.
  9. [S14] Birth Certificate - son Frederick Guy.
  10. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/53.
  11. [S69] Electoral Register - Fulham 1902 - London Metropolitan Archives.
  12. [S69] Electoral Register - Fulham 1904 & 1905 - London Metropolitan Archives.
  13. [S69] Electoral Register - Fulham 1907 & 1909 - London Metropolitan Archives.
  14. [S60] 1911 Census Returns - RG14PN274.
  15. [S69] Electoral Register - Fulham 1918 - London Metropolitan Archives.
  16. [S20] Marriage Certificate - son Albert William.
  17. [S20] Marriage Certificate - Son Frederick Guy.
  18. [S30] Directory - Hammersmith Directory 1922-1924 (Hammersmith Archives)
    West Kensington & Fulham Directory 1924-1940 (Hammersmith Archives).
  19. [S16] GRO Indexes - 1a 670 + age & location.
  20. [S16] GRO Indexes - 1a 291 + neice Joan Winifred.

Albert Gerald Elliff

(25 Oct 1930 - )
FatherAlbert Elliff1 (16 Aug 1892 - 15 Oct 1973)
MotherGeorgiana Emily Spencer1 (18 Jan 1893 - 3 Jun 1980)
ReferenceS734
Birth25 Oct 1930 Leeds, Yorkshire2 
Marriagec Jun 1955 Leeds Registration District, Yorkshire, Spouse: Doreen Webster3 

Family

Doreen Webster (c Sep 1934 - )
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Citations

  1. [S58] Personal Knowledge - P.C. Elliff.
  2. [S58] Personal Knowledge - brother P.C. Elliff.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 2c 846 + names cross checked.

Albert Robert Elliff

(c Feb 1928 - 23 Feb 1928)
FatherAlbert William Elliff1 (3 Dec 1895 - 1 Jan 1935)
MotherAda Lydia Harrington1 (15 Jun 1897 - 30 Mar 1967)
ReferenceT243
Birthc Feb 1928 Margate, Kent2,3 
Death23 Feb 1928 Margate, Kent2,4 
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Citations

  1. [S56] Personal Recollection - Joan Winifred Elliff.
  2. [S56] Personal Recollection - sister Joan Winifred.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes - Thanet RD 2a 1709 + mother's maiden name.
  4. [S16] GRO Indexes - Thanet RD 2a 1468 + age & location.

Albert William Elliff

(3 Dec 1895 - 1 Jan 1935)
FatherAlbert George Elliff1 (6 Aug 1870 - c Mar 1940)
MotherElizabeth Sarah Holland1 (c 1874 - c Jun 1939)
ReferenceS240
Birth3 Dec 1895 Queen Charlotte's Hospital, London1 
Residence31 Mar 1901 18 Holyport Road, Hammersmith, London2 
Occupation2 Apr 1911 Office Boy3 
Residence2 Apr 1911 24 Mablethorpe Road, Fulham, London3 
Occupationfr Oct 1915 - Jun 1919 War Service - Royal Fusiliers & Labour Corps - see notes4 
OccupationSep 1918 Lance Corporal5 
ResidenceSep 1918 2 Ancill Street, Hammersmith, London5 
Marriage2 Sep 1918 St Clement's Church, Fulham, London, Spouse: Ada Lydia Harrington5 
Residence1932 14 Brookville Road, Fulham, London6 
Death1 Jan 1935 Margate, Kent7 
Note Address of Queen Charlotte's Hospital given on birth certificate as Marylebone Road. Birth was registered in the registration district of Marylebone, showing the birth in the sub district of St Mary 
Note Albert's family lived at 18 Holyport Road during 1902 and at other houses in the same road until 1909, while his future wife Ada Lydia and her family were living at 17 Holyport Road from 1902 to 1906 
Note Albert's medal card for WW1 in the National Archives records that he served as a Pte in the Royal Fusiliers (Rgmt No. 25730) and the Labour Corps (Rgmt No. 59563). The Labour Corps was formed in 1917. He was awarded the Victory & British medals 
Note The National Roll of the Great War records:
Elliff, A. W., Lce: Cpl., 33rd Royal Fusiliers No. 25730.
He volunteered in October, 1915, and during his service on the Western Front took part in the battles of the Somme, Arras, Vimy Ridge, La Bassee and in the last Advance of 1918.
He was demobilised in June, 1919, and holds the 1915 Star, General Service and Victory Medals.
120, Bronsart Road, Hammersmith. 
Note Witnesses at Albert William's marriage were his father-in-law Robert James Harrington and his brother Frederick Guy Elliff 

Family

Ada Lydia Harrington (15 Jun 1897 - 30 Mar 1967)
Children
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Citations

  1. [S14] Birth Certificate.
  2. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/53.
  3. [S60] 1911 Census Returns - RG14PN274.
  4. [S44] WW1 Service Records - National Roll of the Great War & Medal Card - Ancestry.co.uk.
  5. [S20] Marriage Certificate.
  6. [S69] Electoral Register - Fulham 1932 - London Metropolitan Archives.
  7. [S56] Personal Recollection - daughter Joan Winifred.
  8. [S56] Personal Recollection - sister Joan Winifred.
  9. [S56] Personal Recollection - Joan Winifred Elliff.

Alfred Elliff

(c Sep 1854 - 17 Apr 1933)
FatherHenry Elliff1 (4 Apr 1818 - 1 Jan 1899)
MotherMehetabel Dawson1 (14 May 1821 - 11 Apr 1895)
ReferenceQ822
Birthc Sep 1854 Holbeach Marsh, Lincolnshire1,2 
Occupation7 Apr 1861 Scholar3 
Residence7 Apr 1861 Lowfield House, Seamer, Yorkshire3 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Bankers Clerk1 
Residence3 Apr 1881 Kirkleatham, Redcar, North Yorkshire1 
Marriage27 Oct 1897 Kirkleatham Parish Church, North Yorkshire, Spouse: Frances Annie Boagey4 
Occupation31 Mar 1901 Bank accountant5 
Residence31 Mar 1901 4 Teresa Terrace, Coatham, Yorkshire5 
Occupation1909 Bank Manager - National Provincial Bank, North Terrace, Skelton, Yorkshire
Kelly's Directory 1909, listed on http://homepage.ntlworld.com/bandl.danby/Skelton1909_1909.html 
Occupation2 Apr 1911 Bank Manager6 
Residence2 Apr 1911 National Provincial Bank, Market Place, Guisborough, Yorkshire6 
Occupation1913 Bank Manager - National Provincial Bank, 46 High Street, Boosbeck, Yorkshire
Kelly's North & East Riding of Yorkshire Directory 1913 recorded at http://www.communigate.co.uk/ne/lingdaleitshistory/page23.phtml 
Residencefr 1926 - 1933 30 Weaponess Valley Road, Scarborough, Yorkshire7 
Death17 Apr 1933 30 Weaponess Valley Road, Scarborough, Yorkshire8 
Note In the 1901 census his surname was recorded as "Eliff". 
Note Living with Alfred and his family at the time of the 1911 census was:
Jane Ann Ross, Servant, S, 24, General Servant Domestic, b Durham Billingham 
Note Alfred's will was proved at York on 17 Jun 1933. Executors were Frances Annie Elliff, widow, Sybil Crozier (wife of William Leslie Crozier) and Guy Dawson Elliff, bank clerk. Effects were valued at £5754 13s 8d. (Probate Indexes) 
Note In his will he left £50 to his nephew Norman (son of Henry Dawson Elliff and Esther Newton). This is from a letter from Norman's son Barry to Mark Jenkin's wife.
Mark Jenkins is the husband of Gillian Blakey, Alfred's great-niece. 

Family

Frances Annie Boagey (c Sep 1865 - 8 Dec 1946)
Children
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Citations

  1. [S33] 1881 Census LDS Transcript - RG11/4843.
  2. [S16] GRO Indexes - Holbeach RD 7a 305.
  3. [S7] 1861 Census Returns - RG9/3658.
  4. [S6] Parish Register - Mark Jenkins.
  5. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/4570.
  6. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN29193.
  7. [S63] Telephone Directory - Liverpool/Southwest/Lancashire/Manchester/Southeast/Lancashire/Mid-Lancashire/Cumberland/Westmorland/North Lancashire/Isle of Man/Northumberland/Durham/North Yorkshire/Hull/West & East Yorkshire 1926-33.
  8. [S12] Probate Registry Indexes.

Alfred John Elliff

(13 Jan 1915 - 9 Feb 1998)
FatherJohn Edward Elliff1 (19 Dec 1886 - 6 Jan 1966)
MotherLily Lunn1 (14 Feb 1887 - 18 Dec 1962)
ReferenceS294
Birth13 Jan 1915 26 Winchester Street, Acton, London1 
Residencefr 14 Feb 1916 - 14 Feb 1930 71 Ormiston Road, Shepherds Bush, London2 
Residencefr 26 Aug 1930 - 15 Aug 1935 82 Brent Road, Southall, Middlesex2 
OccupationSep 1934 Carpenter3 
ResidenceSep 1934 82 Brent Road, Southall, Middlesex3 
Marriage1 Sep 1934 St John's, Southall, Middlesex, Spouse: Maud Mary Ann Anstiss3 
Residence1936 98 Brent Road, Southall, Middlsex4 
Residencefr Mar 1937 - Mar 1938 18 Denham Close, Denham, Middlesex2 
ResidenceMay 1939 1a Avon Close, Yeading Lane, Hayes, Middlesex5 
Residencefr 1944 - 1967 19 Windermere Road, Southall, Middlesex2,6 
OccupationSep 1947 Builder and Decorator (Master)7 
ResidenceSep 1947 19 Windermere Road, Southall, Middlesex8 
Residencefr 1970 - 1971 Pooks Green, Marchwood, Southampton, Hampshire9 
Residence1973 The Brow, Woodingdean, Brighton, Sussex10 
Residencefr 1981 - 1984 1 Condor Way, Burgess Hill, Sussex11 
Death9 Feb 1998 Brighton Hospital, Sussex12 
Cremation17 Feb 1998 Downs Crematorium, Brighton, Sussex13 
Note Alfred did not attend the school most local to his home - Ellerslie Road; his brother went there but Alfred does not appear in the registers. 
Note The 1936 Electoral Register recoirds that Alfred & his wife Maud were living next door to his parents with Mrs E Bryant 
Note The Probate Registry Indexes record that Alfred's father John's will was proved on 15 Mar 1966 in London and probate granted to Alfred and his brother Maurice. Effects were valued at £4,941 

Family

Maud Mary Ann Anstiss (c Apr 1916 - 4 Apr 2009)
Child
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Citations

  1. [S14] Birth Certificate.
  2. [S57] Family Ephemera - John & Lily Elliff's Postcard Collection.
  3. [S20] Marriage Certificate.
  4. [S69] Electoral Register - Hillingdon 1936 - London Metropolitan Archives.
  5. [S57] Family Ephemera - John & Lily's Postcard Collection.
  6. [S63] Telephone Directory - 1954-67 Outer London: West Middlesex (Ancestry.co.uk).
  7. [S14] Birth Certificate - son Peter.
  8. [S14] Birth Certificate - son Peter John.
  9. [S63] Telephone Directory - 1970-71 Southampton (Ancestry.co.uk).
  10. [S63] Telephone Directory - 1973 Brighton (Ancestry.co.uk).
  11. [S63] Telephone Directory - 1981/84 Brighton (Ancestry.co.uk).
  12. [S56] Personal Recollection - Martin John Elliff.
  13. [S56] Personal Recollection - Martin John Elliff (attended).
  14. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 3a 373.

Alfred Rhodes Elliff

(27 Jun 1870 - c 1874)
FatherJoseph Elliff1 (9 Apr 1817 - 25 Apr 1906)
MotherBetsey Stephenson1 (16 Nov 1834 - c Aug 1908)
ReferenceQ742
Birth27 Jun 1870 Golcar, Huddersfield, Yorkshire1 
Baptism20 Nov 1870 St Mark's Parish Church, Longwood, Huddersfield, Yorkshire2 
Deathc 1874 3 
Burial9 Jul 1874 Wrangle Parish Church, Lincolnshire2 
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Citations

  1. [S14] Birth Certificate.
  2. [S6] Parish Register.
  3. [S1] Assumed from burial.

Alice Elliff

(c Sep 1868 - )
FatherJohn Elliff1 (29 Mar 1840 - )
MotherAlice Smart1 (c 1840 - c Mar 1884)
ReferenceR336
Birthc Sep 1868 Penny Hill, Lincolnshire1,2 
Residence2 Apr 1871 Walnut Tree, Deeping St James, Lincolnshire1 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Scholar3 
Residence3 Apr 1881 Deeping St James, Lincolnshire3 
Residence5 Apr 1891 Horsegate, Deeping St James, Lincolnshire4 
Married Namec Sep 1891 Merrill 
Marriagec Sep 1891 Bourne Registration District, Spouse: John George Merrill5,6 
Residence31 Mar 1901 Stowgate, Deeping St James, Lincolnshire6 
Residence2 Apr 1911 Towngate, Market Deeping, Lincolnshire7 
Note Also living with Alice and John George at the time of the 1901 Census were:
Mary Jane Eliff, Visitor, 12, At School, b Bourne Lincs
Florence Merrill, Dau, 8, At School, b Deeping St James
George F Merrill, Son, 6, At School, b Deeping St James
Charles Albert Merrill, Son, 2, b Deeping St James
Horace Merrill, Son, 1 mth, b Deeping St James 
Note Living with Alice and John at the time of the 1911 census were:
Merrill, Florence, dau, S, 19, Land Work, Deeping St James, Lincs
Merrill, Charles Albert, son, S, 12, School, Deeping St James, Lincs
Merrill, Horace, son, S, 10, School, Stowgate, Lincs
Merrill, Kate Elizabeth, dau, S, 4, Towngate Market Deeping, Lincs
Merrill, Walter George, grandson, 1 Month, Thourne, Lincs
Woods, Chris, Lodger, S, 23, Ballast Pit Labourer, Old Fletton, Hunts 
Note The GRO Indexes record the death of an Alice Merrill aged 76 c Jun 1944 in the Spalding RD, Ref 7a 379 

Family 1

Child

Family 2

John George Merrill (c 1861 - )
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Citations

  1. [S10] 1871 Census Returns - RG10/3317.
  2. [S16] GRO Indexes - Holbeach RD 7a 370.
  3. [S11] 1881 Census Returns - RG11/3199.
  4. [S32] 1891 Census Returns - RG12/2558.
  5. [S16] GRO Indexes - Cross checked with spouse 7a 667.
  6. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/3027.
  7. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN19469.
  8. [S14] Birth Certificate.

Alice Eliza Elliff

(4 Nov 1881 - 29 Jul 1917)
FatherFrederick Charles Elliff1 (c 1835 - 3 Apr 1902)
MotherHarriet Bettes1 (18 Jul 1842 - 13 Jan 1917)
ReferenceR268
Birth4 Nov 1881 15 Wilsons Road, Hammersmith, London1 
Residence16 Apr 1888 20 Lurgan Street, Hammersmith, London2 
Occupationfr 16 Apr 1888 - 15 Oct 1888 St Dunstans Road School, Hammersmith, London3 
Occupation31 Mar 1901 General Servant Domestic4 
Residence31 Mar 1901 Hammersmith, London, living in the home of Frederick & Elizabeth Whitfield & family4 
Residencefr Nov 1905 - Mar 1908 Windsor Road, Ealing, London5 
Residence15 Mar 1907 28 Woodville Road, West Ealing, London5 
Residencefr 30 Oct 1907 - 8 Nov 1907 115 Westfield Road, West Ealing, London - see notes5 
Residencefr Apr 1908 - Nov 1914 10 Wolverton Gardens, Ealing Common, London5 
Occupation2 Apr 1911 Servant in the home of Janet Mack (74, retired schoolmistress) & companion Charlotte Owens (50)6 
Residence2 Apr 1911 10 Wolverton Gardens, Ealing Common, London6 
OccupationJul 1917 Domestic Servant7 
ResidenceJul 1917 71 Ormiston Road, Shepherd's Bush, London7 
Death29 Jul 1917 Marylebone Infirmary, Exmoor Street, Kensington, London7 
Note From St Dunstans Road Girls School Log Book (Greater London RO): Week ending May 11th 1888. 'Alice Elliff brought a note complaining about being knocked on the head. This is the third or fourth complaint made by the parents to me within the last few days.' 
Note Alice won two medals for punctuality at school in 1891 and 1894; medals now in the possession of Martin John Elliff. 
Note There is a note in the St Dunstan's Road School Register which suggests that after attending this school Alice went to the girl's Department of William Street School, Hammersmith on 5 Jul1889 
Note 115 Westfield Road, West Ealing was the home of Alice's mother, Harriet. 
Note Cause of death on her death certificate was recorded as Double Mitral Disease, a heart defect. The informant was her brother John Edward Elliff with whom she appears to have been living shortly before her death 
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Citations

  1. [S14] Birth Certificate.
  2. [S55] School Register - St Dunstan's Road School - London Metropolitan Archives.
  3. [S55] School Register - London Metropolitan Archives.
  4. [S27] 1901 Census Index - RG13/48.
  5. [S57] Family Ephemera - John & Lily Elliff's Postcard Collection.
  6. [S60] 1911 Census Returns - RG14PN6872.
  7. [S15] Death Certificate.

Alice Elizabeth Elliff

(5 Nov 1903 - 7 Feb 1993)
FatherAlbert George Elliff1 (6 Aug 1870 - c Mar 1940)
MotherElizabeth Sarah Holland1 (c 1874 - c Jun 1939)
ReferenceS250
Birth5 Nov 1903 Fulham Registration District, London2,3 
Residence2 Apr 1911 24 Mablethorpe Road, Fulham, London4 
Residencefr 1929 - 1935 48 Colwith Road, Hammersmith, London5 
Residencefr 1947 - 1951 32A Niton Street, Fulham, London SW66 
Death7 Feb 1993 See notes7,8 
Note The Electoral Registers for 1947 and 1951 record that Alice was living with her brother Frederick Guy and his wife 
Note Her niece Joan Winifred Edwards (nee Elliff) remembered that she worked at the CAVs (sic), a factory of some sort where she was an inspector and when she retired she was given a watch (now owned by Joan Winifred) and a pension. 
Note According to her niece Jacqueline Vera Elliff, Alice had a serious stroke c 1970 and lived with a female friend for some years and finally lived in the Greater Ealing Old People's Home at Northolt Middlesex where she died in February 1993. 
Note She was cremated at Breakspear Cremetorium, Breakspear Road, Ruislip Middlesex on 16th February 1993. Joan Winifred attended. 
Note Lucas CAV (see note 1 above):
Research and Development Block, 54 Larden Road, Acton, London
The company CAV, owned by Charles A. Vandervell, moved into Warple Way in 1904, and made accumulators, carriage lamps and switchboards, pioneering the dynamo-charged battery. Joseph Lucas Ltd. bought the company in 1926, after which the company would make fuel injection pumps for industry and then for aircraft in the Second World War. The company was merged with Bosch in 1931, but the German company was thwarted by the War, though Lucas continued to market their products. Bosch finally bought back the company in 1954. The company's name changed to Lucas CAV in 1978, where in around 1980 there were 3000 employees!
The company closed down, with Bosch establishing its own plant in Cardiff in 1991. 
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Citations

  1. [S16] GRO Indexes - 1a 291 + neice Joan Winifred.
  2. [S16] GRO Indexes - 1a 291 + niece Joan Winifred.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes - Death entry.
  4. [S60] 1911 Census Returns - RG14PN274.
  5. [S69] Electoral Register - Fulham 1929,31,35 - London Metropolitan Archives.
  6. [S69] Electoral Register - Fulham 1947,51 - London Metropolitan Archives.
  7. [S56] Personal Recollection - niece Joan Winifred Elliff.
  8. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ealing RD Ref B26D/2261B/165.

Alice Maud Elliff

(c Mar 1885 - )
FatherWilliam Elliff1 (14 Sep 1852 - 10 Jan 1920)
MotherSelina Bellamy1 (c Dec 1856 - 4 Feb 1954)
ReferenceR478
Birthc Mar 1885 Spilsby, Lincolnshire2,1 
Occupation5 Apr 1891 Scholar1 
Residence5 Apr 1891 Halton Road, Spilsby, Lincolnshire1 
Residence31 Mar 1901 Halton Road, Spilsby, Lincolnshire3 
Occupation2 Apr 1911 Nursery Governess Domestic, in the home of Charles Edmund McDade and family4 
Residence2 Apr 1911 146 Lavender Hill, Wandsworth, London4 
Marriagec Sep 1918 Spilsby Registration District, Lincolnshire, Spouse: William Watkinson5 
Married NameSep 1918 Watkinson 
Note Her nephew, Newton, remembered (1992) her as living in Lincoln. 
Note The GRO Indexes record the following births:
Sep 1919, Geoffrey Watkinson/Elliff, Lincoln RD, Ref 7a 689
Mar 1927, Peter Watkinson/Elliff, Lincoln RD, Ref 7a 793 

Family

William Watkinson
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Citations

  1. [S32] 1891 Census Returns - RG12/2603.
  2. [S16] GRO Indexes - Spilsby RD 7a 607.
  3. [S28] 1901 Census Returns.
  4. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN2186.
  5. [S16] GRO Indexes - 7a 1340 cross checked to spouse.

Alice Maud May Elliff

(c Mar 1876 - )
FatherGeorge Elliff1,2 (11 Jun 1847 - 18 May 1920)
MotherAnnie Shaw1 (c 1847 - c Dec 1911)
ReferenceR664
Birthc Mar 1876 Oldham, Lancashire3,4 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Scholar1 
Residence3 Apr 1881 5 Regent Street, Oldham, Lancashire1 
Occupation5 Apr 1891 Assistant to General Dealer5 
Residence5 Apr 1891 61 Slater Street, Oldham, Lancashire6 
Occupation31 Mar 1901 Dressmaker working at home.4 
Residence31 Mar 1901 34 Hartley Street, Oldham, Lancashire4 
Residence2 Apr 1911 34 Hartley Street, Oldham, Lancashire7 
Married Namec Jun 1911 Hilton 
Marriagec Jun 1911 Oldham Registration District, Lancashire, Spouse: Luke Brierley Hilton2,8 
Note The GRO indexes record the following births:
Mar 1913, Walter Hilton/Elliff, Oldham RD, Ref 8d 1242
Dec 1915, Jack Hilton/Elliff, Bucklow RD, Ref 8a 248 

Family

Luke Brierley Hilton
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Citations

  1. [S33] 1881 Census LDS Transcript - RG11/4077.
  2. [S2] Will - Father's.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes - Oldham RD 8d 672.
  4. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/3810.
  5. [S32] 1891 Census Returns - RG12/3305.
  6. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG12/3305.
  7. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN24525.
  8. [S16] GRO Indexes - 8d 1294 cross checked to spouse.

Ann Elliff

(19 Oct 1776 - c 1781)
FatherWilliam Elliff1 (5 Jun 1752 - c 1796)
MotherElizabeth Baker1 (c 1752 - 25 Dec 1819)
ReferenceO510
Birthc 1776 2 
Baptism19 Oct 1776 Fishtoft Parish Church, Lincolnshire3 
Deathc 1781 4 
Burial12 Aug 1781 Fishtoft Parish Church, Lincolnshire3 
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Citations

  1. [S6] Parish Register - Baptism - Fishtoft.
  2. [S23] Assumed from baptism.
  3. [S6] Parish Register.
  4. [S1] Assumed from burial.

Ann Elliff

(3 Feb 1783 - )
FatherWilliam Elliff1 (5 Jun 1752 - c 1796)
MotherElizabeth Baker1 (c 1752 - 25 Dec 1819)
ReferenceO516
Baptism3 Feb 1783 Parish Church, Fishtoft, Lincolnshire2 
ResidenceOct 1830 Boston Allotments, Lincolnshire3 
Married Name19 Oct 1830 Webber 
Marriage19 Oct 1830 Frithville Chapelry, Lincolnshire, Spouse: William Webber4 
Residence7 Jun 1841 West Fen Allotment, Boston, Lincolnshire5 
Occupation30 Mar 1851 Annuitant6 
Residence30 Mar 1851 Boston West Fen, Lincolnshire6 
Burial24 Nov 1853 St Peter's Parish Church, Frithville, Lincolnshire7 
Note In the Frithville parish register, William Webber is recorded as a widower and 'of this parish'. Witnesses to the marriage were William Elliff and Mary Brackenbury. Ann is the only person in the area who fits the date and the witnesses would confirm it. They are assumed to be Ann's elder brother and a relative of her younger sister Elizabeth's husband Benjamin Brackenbury. 
Note Ann's age is recorded in the census returns as follows:
1841 55 (b c1786)
1851 73 (b c1778)
And in her burial record:
1853 74 (b c1779) 
Note An Ann Webber died in the Boston Registration District, c Dec 1853, Ref 7a 226 

Family

William Webber (c 1775 - c Nov 1844)
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Citations

  1. [S6] Parish Register - Baptism - Fishtoft.
  2. [S6] Parish Register.
  3. [S6] Parish Register - Marriage entry - Frithville.
  4. [S6] Parish Register - LAO 1/2 (P.C. Elliff).
  5. [S9] 1841 Census Returns - HO107/613.
  6. [S5] 1851 Census Returns - HO107/2098.
  7. [S36] National Burial Index.

Ann Elliff

(19 Jan 1814 - )
FatherHenry Elliff1 (17 Mar 1786 - c Sep 1852)
MotherElizabeth Francis1
ReferenceP458
Birthc 1814 2 
Baptism19 Jan 1814 Wainfleet St Mary, Lincolnshire1 
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Citations

  1. [S6] Parish Register.
  2. [S23] Assumed from baptism.

Ann Elliff

(23 May 1824 - c Sep 1907)
FatherThomas Elliff1 (22 Sep 1794 - 8 May 1856)
MotherJane Gaunt1 (c 1799 - c 1855)
ReferenceP860
Birthc 1824 Freiston, Lincolnshire2 
Baptism23 May 1824 Freiston Parish Church, Lincolnshire1 
Occupation7 Jun 1841 Servant (F/S) (to Robert Chapman & family)3 
Residence7 Jun 1841 Wrangle, Lincolnshire (living with Robert Chapman & family)3 
OccupationApr 1844 Servant4 
ResidenceApr 1844 Freiston, Lincolnshire4 
Married Name16 Apr 1844 Kime 
Marriage16 Apr 1844 The Gore Street Chapel, Boston, Lincolnshire, Spouse: John Kime4 
Residence30 Mar 1851 Wrangle Tofts, Wrangle, Lincolnshire2 
Residence7 Apr 1861 Floors (?), Friskney, Lincolnshire5 
Residence2 Apr 1871 Broadgate (?) Road, Wrangle, Lincolnshire6 
Residence3 Apr 1881 Goldfinch Bank, Wrangle, Lincolnshire7 
Occupation5 Apr 1891 Semstress [sic]8 
Residence5 Apr 1891 Church End, Wrangle, Lincolnshire8 
Residence31 Mar 1901 Lawn Hill Farm, South Kyme, Lincolnshire, living with her daughter Ann, her husband Moses Garrill(?) and their 4 children.9 
Deathc Sep 1907 Boston Registration District, Lincolnshire10 
Note Living with Ann & John at the time of the 1851 Census were:
Mary Jane Kime, dau, 4, b Wrangle
Ann Kime, dau, 2, b Wrangle 
Note At the time of the 1851 census Ann's son Thomas Kime was living with his grand-parents, Thomas and Jane Elliff in Freiston. He was aged 6 and was described as a scholar born at Wrangle. A Thomas Kime was the informant on the death certificate of Ann's father Thomas (O538) who died in 1856. 
Note Living with Ann & John at the time of the 1861 Census were:
Ann Kime, dau, 12, scholar, b Wrangle
Robert Kime, son, 9, scholar, b Wrangle
Elizabeth Kime, dau, 7, scholar, b Freiston
Eliza Kime, dau, 4, b Freiston 
Note Living with Ann & John at the time of the 1871 Census was:
Eliza Kime, dau, 14, scholar, b Freiston 
Note The National Burial Index records her burial in the Boston Workhouse Deaths. The date is give as 0 Jan 1907 (sic) and age 83 

Family

John Kime (c 1822 - c Jul 1887)
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Citations

  1. [S6] Parish Register.
  2. [S5] 1851 Census Returns - HO107/2098.
  3. [S9] 1841 Census Returns - HO107/612.
  4. [S20] Marriage Certificate.
  5. [S7] 1861 Census Returns - RG9/2373.
  6. [S10] 1871 Census Returns - RG10/3335.
  7. [S33] 1881 Census LDS Transcript - RG11/3214.
  8. [S32] 1891 Census Returns - RG12/2571.
  9. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/3047.
  10. [S16] GRO Indexes - 7a 204 + age at death & location.

Ann Elliff

(19 Mar 1866 - )
FatherWilliam Elliff1 (c 1815 - c Sep 1900)
MotherSusanna Harker1 (27 Jul 1845 - c Dec 1926)
ReferenceQ380
Birth19 Mar 1866 Pinchbeck West, Lincolnshire1 
Occupation2 Apr 1871 Scholar2 
Residence2 Apr 1871 Dozen's Bank, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire2 
ResidenceOct 1886 West Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire 
Married Name26 Oct 1886 Harker 
Marriage26 Oct 1886 Pinchbeck West Parish Church, Lincolnshire, Spouse: John Harker3 
Note Ann is assumed to be the mother of Ada Elliff (R370) and Walter Elliff (R374) baptised at Pinchbeck West in 1883 and 1885. No father was recorded. Ann's name is stated as 'Annie' and she is described as a 'single woman'. 
Note In the parish register entry for her marriage, she signed her name as 'Annie'. A witness at the marriage was John Elliff, assumed to be her half brother John Thomas (Q362). 

Family 1

Children

Family 2

John Harker (c Mar 1868 - )
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Citations

  1. [S14] Birth Certificate.
  2. [S10] 1871 Census Returns - RG10/3318.
  3. [S6] Parish Register - SOG m/f 1595.
  4. [S6] Parish Register - Baptism entry - West Pinchbeck.
  5. [S6] Parish Register - Baptism - Pinchbeck West.

Ann Elliff

(8 May 1864 - )
FatherWilliam Elliff1 (19 Mar 1837 - 24 Feb 1900)
MotherAnn Cooper1 (4 Aug 1839 - 20 May 1923)
ReferenceR515
Baptism8 May 1864 Tydd St Giles, Cambridgeshire2,3 
Occupation2 Apr 1871 Scholar1 
Residence2 Apr 1871 Four Gotes, Tydd St Giles, Cambridgeshire1 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Housemaid Domestic Servant4 
Residence3 Apr 1881 5 St Marks Villas, Leeds, Yorkshire, (living with Robert Simpson & family)4 
Married Namec Jun 1889 Dollins 
Marriagec Jun 1889 Holbeach Registration District, Spouse: Joseph Dollins5,6 
Residence5 Apr 1891 19 Spring Gardens, Doncaster, Yorkshire6 
Residence2 Apr 1911 13 Butchers Arms Yard, Marsh Gate, Doncaster, Yorkshire7 
Note The 1871 census records that Ann was born in West Walton, Norfolk 
Note Living with Ann & Joseph at the time of the 1911 census were:
Arthur Joseph Dollin, Son, M, 18 Electrical Engineer Apprentice, b Doncaster Yorkshire
Earnest Dollin, Son, M, 13, At School, b Doncaster, Yorkshire 
Note An Ann Dollin died in the Doncaster Registration District c Sep 1934 aged 70 Ref 9c 691 

Family

Joseph Dollins (c Sep 1866 - )
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Citations

  1. [S10] 1871 Census Returns - RG10/1614.
  2. [S16] GRO Indexes - Wisbech RD Ref 3b 607.
  3. [S6] Parish Register - Findmypast.com.
  4. [S11] 1881 Census Returns - RG11/4527.
  5. [S16] GRO Indexes - Cross referenced to spouse (7a 733).
  6. [S32] 1891 Census Returns - RG12/3864.
  7. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN28190.

Ann Winifred Beatrice Elliff

(10 Jul 1917 - 21 Feb 2001)
FatherGeorge Frederick Elliff1 (3 Nov 1877 - 11 Jun 1946)
MotherElizabeth Beatrice Partridge1 (4 Feb 1881 - 21 Aug 1946)
ReferenceS274
Birth10 Jul 1917 77 Dale Street, Chiswick, London1 
Occupation3 Aug 1940 Shop Assistant2 
Residence3 Aug 1940 37 Clifton Gardens, Chiswick, London W42 
Married Name3 Aug 1940 Stone 
Marriage3 Aug 1940 Christ Church, Turnham Green, Chiswick, London, Spouse: John Henry Stone3,1 
Death21 Feb 2001 Chiswick, Middlesex4,5 
Note Children:
Michael John Stone, b 22 Jan 1945
Lorraine B Stone, b 11 Jul 1947
Lorraine Higgins nee Stone emails May 2012 
Note The GRO Indexes record the following entries:
Sheila A E Stone, b Mar 1942, Brentford RD, ref 3a 655
Sheila A Stone, d Jun 1942, Brentford RD, Ref 3a 270 

Family

John Henry Stone (15 Feb 1919 - 18 Jun 1990)
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Citations

  1. [S56] Personal Recollection - sister Lily Florence.
  2. [S6] Parish Register - Marriage - London Metropolitan Archives (m/f).
  3. [S6] Parish Register - Marriage Register - London Metropolitan Archives.
  4. [S58] Personal Knowledge - dau Lorraine Higgins, nee Stone.
  5. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 38B/2371B/258 + name & DOB.

Anna Maria Elliff

(23 Jan 1843 - 22 Jan 1905)
FatherCharles Danby1 (24 Oct 1796 - 7 Jul 1874)
MotherSilvia Elliff1 (12 Oct 1811 - 13 Mar 1888)
ReferenceQ228
Birth23 Jan 1843 Witham Green, Boston, Lincolnshire1 
Baptism30 Jan 1843 St Botolph's Parish Church, Boston, Lincolnshire2 
Residence30 Mar 1851 27 Witham Green, Boston, Lincolnshire3 
Residence7 Apr 1861 91 Witham Green, Boston, Lincolnshire4 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Seamstress.5 
Residence3 Apr 1881 7 Brady Street, Boston, Lincolnshire5 
Occupation5 Apr 1891 Dressmaker6 
Residence5 Apr 1891 12 William Street, Boston, Lincolnshire6 
Occupation31 Mar 1901 Monthly nurse7 
Residence31 Mar 1901 13 Brady Street, Boston, Lincolnshire7 
OccupationJan 1905 Pauper in receipt of parish relief8,9 
ResidenceJan 1905 Wormgate, Boston, Lincolnshire8 
Death22 Jan 1905 Found drowned in River Haven, Boston, Lincolnshire, See notes8 
Note Inquest into Anna Maria's death was held on Monday 23 January 1905. A report of the proceedings published in the Boston Guardian on Saturday 28th January suggests that she died on the Sunday because she was seen alive on the previous Saturday evening, and a policeman had gone to her house on the Sunday when she was reported missing and found that her bed had been slept in and a lamp was alight. Her body was found in the River Haven near Pulvertoft Lane at about 4:30pm on the Sunday. The inquest recorded a verdict of 'Found Drowned'.
The inquest report records her address as 5 Smith's Passage, Wormgate. 
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Citations

  1. [S14] Birth Certificate.
  2. [S6] Parish Register - SOG m/f 1569.
  3. [S5] 1851 Census Returns - HO107/2099.
  4. [S7] 1861 Census Returns - RG9/2336.
  5. [S33] 1881 Census LDS Transcript - RG11/3217.
  6. [S32] 1891 Census Returns - RG12/2574.
  7. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/3044.
  8. [S15] Death Certificate.
  9. [S53] Newspaper - Inquest report - Boston Guardian 28 Jan 1905.

Anna Maria Elliff

(22 Sep 1865 - c Dec 1918)
FatherFrederick Charles Elliff1 (c 1835 - 3 Apr 1902)
MotherHarriet Bettes1 (18 Jul 1842 - 13 Jan 1917)
ReferenceR230
Birth22 Sep 1865 Bromley By Bow, London2,1,3 
Residence2 Apr 1871 23 Powis Road, Bromley by Bow, London1 
ResidenceMar 1873 Bromley By Bow, London4 
Baptism20 Mar 1873 Bromley St Leonard Parish Church, Bromley by Bow, London5 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Domestic servant to the family of Edward H Vowler, an ironmonger. 
Residence3 Apr 1881 18 King Street West, Hammersmith, London6 
Married Namec Dec 1888 Rockell 
Marriagec Dec 1888 Fulham Registration District, Spouse: David William Rockell7 
Residence3 Feb 1889 40 Southerton Road, Hammersmith, London8 
Residence4 Jan 1891 32 Redmore Road, Hammersmith, London9 
Residence5 Apr 1891 32 Redmore Road, Hammersmith, London10 
Residence22 Feb 1892 73 Yeldham Road, Hammersmith, London11 
Residence18 Apr 1893 4 Aspenlea Road, Hammersmith, London11 
Residence5 Feb 1896 40 St Dunstan's Road, Hammersmith, London12 
Residence2 Nov 1896 23 St Dunstan's Road, Hammersmith, London11 
Residence4 Oct 1897 42 St Dunstan's Road, Hammersmith, London13 
Residence1 Jul 1898 64 St Dunstan's Road, Hammersmith, London14 
Residence31 Mar 1901 64 St Dunstan's Road, Hammersmith, London15 
Occupation2 Apr 1911 Domestic Cook16 
Residence2 Apr 1911 64 St Dunstan's Road, Hammersmith, London16 
Residence1918 64 St Dunstan's Road, Hammersmith, London17 
Deathc Dec 1918 Fulham Registration District, London18 
Note Anna Maria was baptised on the same day as her sister Rose Ada and brothers Albert George and James Duke 
Note Anna Maria and David had the following children:
Harriet Sarah b 25 Dec 1888 Fulham Registration District
James Duke b 26 Oct 1890 Fulham Registration District
Charles Frederick b 18 Sep 1892 Fulham Registration District
Frederick George b 2 Oct 1894 Fulham Registration District
Martha Beatrice J b 14 Mar 1897 Fulham Registration District
John Edward W b 19 Sep 1901 Fulham Registration District
Per the 1901 Census Returns, GRO Indexes & St Dunstans's Road School Registers 
Note The register for Saint Andrew's Fulham records the following baptisms:
3 Feb 1896
Frederick George Rockell, born 2 Dec 1894 to parents David William & Annie of 42 St Dunstan's Road, Hammersmith. David is recorded as a labourer 
Note The register for Saint John the Evangelist, Hammersmith records the following baptisms:
3 Feb 1889
Harriet Sarah Rockell, born 25 Dec 1889
to parents William (sic) & Annie of 40 Southerton Road, Hammersmith. William is recorded as a labourer
4 Jan 1892
James Duke Rockell, born 26 Oct 1890
to parents David William & Anna Maria of 32 Redmore Road, Hammersmith. David is recorded as a labourer 

Family

David William Rockell (c 1865 - c Mar 1941)
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Citations

  1. [S10] 1871 Census Returns - RG10/570.
  2. [S6] Parish Register - baptism Bromley St Leonard 1873 - Ancestry.co.uk.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes - Poplar RD 1c 609.
  4. [S6] Parish Register - baptism Bromley St Leonard - Ancestry.co.uk.
  5. [S6] Parish Register - Ancestry.co.uk.
  6. [S11] 1881 Census Returns.
  7. [S28] 1901 Census Returns.
  8. [S6] Parish Register - baptism - dau Harriet Sarah St John the Evangelist Hammersmith.
  9. [S6] Parish Register - baptism - son James Duke St John the Evangelist Hammersmith.
  10. [S32] 1891 Census Returns - RG12/38.
  11. [S55] School Register - daughter Harriet - St Dunstan's Road School.
  12. [S6] Parish Register - baptism - son Fredeick George St Andrew's Fulham.
  13. [S55] School Register - son Frederick - St Dunstan's Road School.
  14. [S55] School Register - son James Duke - St Dunstan's Road School.
  15. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/56.
  16. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN297.
  17. [S69] Electoral Register - Fulham 1918 - London Metropolitan Archives.
  18. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 1a 615 + age & location.

Anne Elliff

(23 Dec 1805 - 13 Dec 1865)
FatherThomas Elliff1 (4 May 1772 - 31 May 1860)
MotherAnne Clark1 (c 1779 - c 1811)
ReferenceP232
Birthc 1805 Boston, Lincolnshire2,3 
Baptism23 Dec 1805 Boston Parish Church, Lincolnshire4 
Married Name1 May 1828 Danby 
Marriage1 May 1828 St Nicholas Church, Skirbeck, Lincolnshire, Spouse: Charles Danby5 
Residence1831 Fishtoft, Lincolnshire6 
Residence1839 Fishtoft, Lincolnshire7 
Residence7 Jun 1841 Stow Bardolf, Norfolk8 
Residence1846 Fishtoft, Lincolnshire9 
Residence30 Mar 1851 Fishtoft, Lincolnshire3 
Residence7 Apr 1861 Fishtoft, Lincolnshire10 
Death13 Dec 1865 Fishtoft, Lincolnshire11 
Note See husband Charles Danby (P234) for children. 
Note Anne's gravestone was seen and photographed in July 1986. 

Family

Charles Danby (24 Oct 1796 - 7 Jul 1874)
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Citations

  1. [S6] Parish Register - Baptism - Boston.
  2. [S23] Assumed from baptism.
  3. [S5] 1851 Census Returns - HO107/2098.
  4. [S6] Parish Register.
  5. [S6] Parish Register - Seen by Keith Woodward.
  6. [S6] Parish Register - Baptism of son Charles Nicholas - Fishtoft.
  7. [S6] Parish Register - Baptism of dau Rebecca - Fishtoft.
  8. [S9] 1841 Census Returns - HO107/755.
  9. [S6] Parish Register - Baptism of son Henry Samuel - Fishtoft.
  10. [S7] 1861 Census Returns - RG9 2333.
  11. [S43] Gravestone - Fishtoft Churchyard.

Anne Elliff

(2 Jul 1854 - )
FatherThomas Elliff1 (c 1810 - c Sep 1889)
MotherMary Sewell1 (c 1810 - c Mar 1886)
ReferenceQ356
Birthc 1854 Deeping Fen, Lincolnshire2,3 
Baptism2 Jul 1854 Parish Church, Deeping St Nicholas, Lincolnshire 
Occupation2 Apr 1871 'Works on the farm'3 
Residence2 Apr 1871 Private Road, Deeping St Nicholas, Lincolnshire3 
ResidenceJul 1872 Deeping St Nicholas, Lincolnshire4 
Married Name21 Jul 1872 Dewberry 
Marriage21 Jul 1872 Parish Church, Deeping St Nicholas, Lincolnshire, Spouse: John Dewberry5 
Residence3 Apr 1881 Bourn Road, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire6 
Married Namec Jun 1885 Wright 
Marriagec Jun 1885 Spalding Registration District, Lincolnshire, Spouse: Charles Wright7,8 
Residence5 Apr 1891 Pode Hole, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire8 
Residence31 Mar 1901 Dozen's Bank, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire9 
Residence2 Apr 1911 Pode Hole, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire10 
Note Anne's surname was recorded as Ayliff in her baptism entry.
She signed the marriage register as Ann Ayliff
 
Note Also shown living with Ann & John at the time of the 1881 Census were:
Mary J, dau, age 7, Scholar, b Deeping St Nicholas
George, son, 4, Scholar, b Pinchbeck
Thomas, son, 1, b Pinchbeck 
Note Also living with Ann & Charles at the time of the 1891 Census were:
Thomas Dewberry, son, 12, Scholar, born Pinchbeck
Emma Dewberry, dau, 10, Scholar, born Pinchbeck 
Note Also living with Ann & Charles at the time of the 1901 Census was:
Chas. H. Slator, Visitor, single, 23, Horsekeeper on Farm, born Whaplode. 
Note John & Ann's son Thomas is living with his uncle & aunt William & Martha Ayliff in Sheffield at the time of the 1901 Census. 

Family 1

John Dewberry (c Sep 1854 - c Mar 1883)

Family 2

Charles Wright (c 1859 - )
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Citations

  1. [S6] Parish Register - Deeping St Nicholas Baptisms (SOG m/f 1589).
  2. [S23] Assumed from baptism.
  3. [S10] 1871 Census Returns - RG10/3325.
  4. [S6] Parish Register - Marriage entry - Deeping St Nicholas.
  5. [S6] Parish Register - Deeping St Nicholas Marriages (SOG m/f 1589).
  6. [S11] 1881 Census Returns - RG11/3200.
  7. [S16] GRO Indexes - Cross checked with spouse (7a 695).
  8. [S32] 1891 Census Returns - RG12/2559.
  9. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/3028.
  10. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN19477.

Anne Elizabeth Elliff

(7 Sep 1871 - )
FatherGeorge Elliff1 (11 Jun 1847 - 18 May 1920)
MotherAnnie Shaw1 (c 1847 - c Dec 1911)
ReferenceR658
Birth7 Sep 1871 Appersett, Yorkshire1 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Scholar2 
Residence3 Apr 1881 Hawes, Yorkshire2 
Married Namec Jun 1896 Bell 
Marriagec Jun 1896 Aysgarth Registration District, Yorkshire, Spouse: Owen Bell3,4 
Residence31 Mar 1901 Sedbusk, Yorkshire4 
Residence2 Apr 1911 Hardrow Hall, Hawes, Yorkshire5 
Note At the time of the 1881 Census, Annie is living with John & Mary Blades. She is described as their grand-daughter 
Note Living with Anne & her husband Owen at the time of the 1901 census were:
Mary E Bell, dau, 4, b High Abbotside, Yorks
Ernest Bell, son, 3, b High Abbotside, Yorks
Minnie, dau, 1, b High Abbotside, Yorks 
Note Living with Ann(ie) & Owen at the time of the 1911 census were:
Ernest Bell, Son, 13, At School, b Yorkshire Sedbusk
Minnie Bell, Dau, 11, At School, b Yorkshire Sedbusk
Alice Maud Bell, Dau, 9, At School, b Yorkshire Sedbusk
George Robert Bell, Son, 8, At School, b Yorkshire Sedbusk
John Walter Bell, Son, 6, At School, b Yorkshire Sedbusk
Lawrence Bell, Son, 3, b Yorkshire Hardrow 

Family

Owen Bell (c 1863 - )
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Citations

  1. [S14] Birth Certificate.
  2. [S11] 1881 Census Returns - RG11/4876.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes - 9d 1085 cross checked to spouse.
  4. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/4606.
  5. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN29449.

Arthur Wood Elliff

(17 Apr 1858 - 19 Mar 1913)
FatherHenry Elliff1 (4 Apr 1818 - 1 Jan 1899)
MotherMehetabel Dawson1 (14 May 1821 - 11 Apr 1895)
ReferenceQ828
Birth17 Apr 1858 Lowfield, Seamer, Yorkshire1 
Occupation7 Apr 1861 Scholar2 
Residence7 Apr 1861 Lowfield House, Seamer, Yorkshire2 
Marriagec Jun 1878 Tunbridge Registration District, Spouse: Marjorie Neville MacDonald Dixon3 
Occupation3 Apr 1881 Bankers Accountant (Serv)4 
Residence3 Apr 1881 Kirkleatham, Redcar, North Yorkshire4 
Residence1893 52 Church Street, Guisborough, Yorkshire5 
Occupation31 Mar 1901 Bank accountant6 
Residence31 Mar 1901 12 Market Place, Durham, County Durham6 
Occupation1910 Manager of National Provincial Bank & Treasurer, Urban District Council, Spennymoor, County Durham7 
Residence1910 7 Beaumont Terrace, Spennymoor, County Durham7 
Residence2 Apr 1911 Bank Manager8 
Residence2 Apr 1911 7 Beaumont Terrace, Spennymoor, County Durham8 
Residence19 Mar 1913 7 Beaumont Terrace, Spennymoor, County Durham9 
Death19 Mar 1913 Spennymoor, County Durham9 
Burial22 Mar 1913 St Augustine, Kirkby in Cleveland, Yorkshire10 
Note "A Bank Promotion
Mr A W Elliff of Coatham, who has been the accountant at the Redcar Branch of the National Provincial Bank since its opening in 1879, will shortly be promoted to a more important position at the Leeds Branch. Mr Elliff during his long residence at Redcar has gained many friends, who naturally very much regret his approaching departure."
Northern Echo (Darlington) 27 Apr 1891 
Note Arthur's will was proved at Durham on 27 May 1913. The Probate Index mentions his widow Marjorie Neville MacDonald Elliff and daughter Muriel MacDonald Elliff, spinster. He is stated as a Bank Accountant of Bank Chambers, Market Place, City of Durham.
Effects were valued at £1198 19s 10d. 

Family

Marjorie Neville MacDonald Dixon (c 1858 - 2 Jun 1939)
Children
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Citations

  1. [S14] Birth Certificate.
  2. [S7] 1861 Census Returns - RG9/3658.
  3. [S16] GRO Indexes.
  4. [S33] 1881 Census LDS Transcript - RG11/4843.
  5. [S30] Directory - Kelly's Directory of N & E Ridings of Yorkshire, 1893.
  6. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/4682.
  7. [S30] Directory - Kelly's Directory of Durham 1910 listed at http://www.picturespennymoor.co.uk/kesppe10.html.
  8. [S59] 1911 Census Transcript (findmypast.co.uk) - RG14PN29732.
  9. [S12] Probate Registry Indexes.
  10. [S36] National Burial Index.
  11. [S2] Will - Father's.

Audrey Robson Elliff

(16 May 1919 - 17 Oct 1986)
FatherRobson Thomas Henry Elliff1 (15 Apr 1888 - 23 Apr 1949)
MotherEthel May Tibbs1 (c Jun 1889 - 1967)
ReferenceS670
Birth16 May 1919 Maternity Hospital, Leeds, Yorkshire1 
Emigration1 Apr 1953 Canada, on board ship Queen Elizabeth from Southampton via New York with mother Ethel2 
Immigration6 Apr 1953 New York, New York, USA, on board ship Queen Elizabeth in transit to Canada3 
Occupation1954 Employee Rediffusion4 
Residence1954 Apt 12 230 Benoit Place, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, living with her mother Ethel4 
ResidenceMay 1967 5410 Cumberland Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada5 
Married Name17 May 1967 Dominy 
Marriage17 May 1967 First Baptist Church, Cote Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Spouse: Arnold Harry Dominy5 
Death17 Oct 1986 Northwestern General Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Canada6 
Burial21 Oct 1986 Westminster Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada6 
Note In 1954 living at Apt 10 230 Benoit place, Montreal was an A Elliff
Lovell's Montreal Directory 
Note Audrey's marriage certificate records that she was a baptist 

Family

Arnold Harry Dominy (22 Nov 1911 - 24 Dec 1989)
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Citations

  1. [S14] Birth Certificate.
  2. [S50] Ship Passenger List.
  3. [S50] Ship Passenger List - Manifest of in-bound passengers.
  4. [S30] Directory - Lovell's Montreal Directory 1954.
  5. [S20] Marriage Certificate.
  6. [S19] Obituary - Toronto Star - 20 Oct 1986.

Audrey Victoria Elliff1,2

(11 May 1897 - c Dec 1975)
FatherJoseph William Elliff3 (c Sep 1868 - c Mar 1942)
MotherMary Ann Westmoreland3 (c Jun 1866 - )
ReferenceS514
Birth11 May 1897 Doncaster, Yorkshire3,4 
Residence31 Mar 1901 169 Bentinck Street, Doncaster, Yorkshire3 
Occupation2 Apr 1911 At school5 
Residence2 Apr 1911 Beltoft, Belton, Lincolnshire5 
Married Namec Jun 1921 Arrand2 
Marriagec Jun 1921 Gainsbro Registration District, Spouse: Thomas William Arrand6 
Deathc Dec 1975 Scunthorpe Registration District, Lincolnshire7 
Note At the time of the 1911 census, Audrey & her family were living just two households away from the family of her future husband Thomas in Beltoft 

Family

Thomas William Arrand (29 Aug 1895 - c May 1986)
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Citations

  1. [S28] 1901 Census Returns.
  2. [S16] GRO Indexes.
  3. [S28] 1901 Census Returns - RG13/4412.
  4. [S16] GRO Indexes - Doncaster RD 9c 822 + DOB on death entry.
  5. [S60] 1911 Census Returns - RG14PN28247.
  6. [S16] GRO Indexes - 7a 1867 cross checked to spouse.
  7. [S16] GRO Indexes - Ref 7 113 + name, DOB & location.
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