8. Alfred James Andrew Jolin
1861 Census - living with parents and siblings at 15 Ely Place, Friendly Place, Stepney, age 6, born Jersey
1871 Census - living with parents and siblings at 1 Albert Road, Mile End, London. Age 16, occupation: Brushmaker
1881 Census - living with widowed mother and siblings at 41 Driffield Road, Bow, London, Middlesex, unmarried, age 25, Brush Maker, born St Helier.
1883 (marriage certificate), residence: Ashgrove, Hackney, Middlesex, occupation: brush maker
1891 Census - lving with
1896 (son Daniel's birth certificate), address: 77 Lefevre Road, Bow, Poplar, London
1901 Census - living with wife Sarah and 7 children, Francis, Alfred, Lilly, John, Daniel, James and Blanche at 15 Marsh Hill, Hackney. Occupation: Brush maker.
1920 (son Daniel's marriage certificate), occupation: painter
According to family legend Alfred is said to have been a great supporter of the then Liberal Party and helped to organise political meetings.
Information from Doris Attwood, granddaughter of Alfred J A Jolin and Sarah Simpson, and daughter of Alf Jolin:
“[Sarah’s] life was made easier by her brothers Quill and Harry in that they gave her a weekly allowance for herself and children. Inevitably, Grandpa benefited by their generosity and relieved him of making provision, which I suppose was just as well, given the fact that he was no longer able to follow his trade as a brush maker, having had two fingers chopped off from his right hand by irate fellow card players when he was caught cheating. (1997 letter)
Re a photo of Alfred: “taken from a postcard size group at a convalescent home where he was recovering from an operation for stomach cancer. He died some two years later …… his right eye is clouded (cataract).”
10. William Charles Wells
William and his brother Frederick Thomas were both married on the same day in 1891 and in the same church. They were both recorded as living at 12 Thomas Street and both their brides were recorded as living at 15 Thomas Street.
1891 Census: 1 Sumner Road, Camberwell, London, age 20, Labourer at Mineral Water Works, birthplace: Newington, London. With wife Mary Jane.
11. Mary Jane Josey
2 April 1871 Census - East Road Sand Pitts, Egham, Surrey, ecc district of St Johns
Mary Josey, aged 6 months, with parents John & Eliza Josey, residing with Eliza's parents James & Eliza Moore and brother and sister.
1891 Census: 1 Sumner Road, Camberwell, London, age 25, Washer Labourer at Mineral Water Works, birthplace: Egham, Surrey. With husband William.
12. Andrew Bone
Andrew Bone was a variety artist who worked on the stage.
93 Mowbray Buildings, Southwark. Aged 28, born Newcastle On Tyne, working as a Corrugated Iron Fixer, residing with wife Mary and 5 children.
13. Mary McDonald
Mary had 5 younger siblings: William (1876), Margaret (1878), Thomas (1881), Florence (1884) and Maria (1886).
14. Alfred Pain
1881 Census - with parents at 14 College Street, age 7, occupation; scholar, born Lambeth
1891 Census - 7 College Street, Lambeth, age 17, occupation: carman, born Lambeth, living with widowed mother and brother Henry.
1894 - first marriage certificate - age 21, residence: 5 Borrett Road, occupation: carman.
The witnesses were John R Embery and Henry Burton.
1901 Census - 70 Princes Road, Lambeth, parish of St Mary the Less, age 27, occupation: carman, born: Lambeth, with first wife Jane and 2 children, Minnie C, age 6 and William G, age 4
1906 - second marriage certificate - age 32, residence: 20 Cornwall Road, occupation: Carman. The witnesses were P Geere and Minnie Kelly (Alfred's sister).
1910 - daughter Caroline's birth certificate: Alfred and his family were living at 41 College Street, Belvedere Road, Lambeth. Alfred was working as a Carman.
1930 - daughter Caroline's marriage certificate: Alfred and his family were living at 53 Goodrich Road, East Dulwich, Camberwell. Alfred's occupation was recorded as a Master Grocer.
23 April 1954 - Probate granted to Carrie Harriett Bone (wife of Sydney Francis Bone). Alfred's address given as 17 Cibber Road, Forest Hill, London. Effects £1623 5s 2d
15. Mary Ann Geere
1881 Census - not found
1891 Census - not found
1901 Census - 70 Princes Road, Lambeth, parish of St Mary the Less, age 25, occupation: 'jam factory hand', born: Lambeth, with Alfred Pain and his first wife Jane and their 2 children
Two of Mary's brothers: Thomas (born 1869) and Peter (born 1871), both enlisted in the army. They joined the Royal Munster Fusiliers at Colchester in 1889.