Genealogy Data Page 65 (Notes Pages)

Genealogy Data Page 65 (Notes Pages)

Individuals marked with a red dot are direct ancestors of Nicola Kay Burnell
For privacy reasons, Date of Birth and Date of Marriage for persons believed to still be living are not shown.

Burnell, Jessie (b. 1873, d. 1957)

Source: (Residence)
Title: 1881 census
Source: (Individual)
Title: 1891 census/David Eldridge
Source: (Christening)
Title: IGI/Richard Gomm
Data:
Text: Source Information:
Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type:

C148531 1599 - 1861 1042397 Film 6900418 Film


Sheet: 00
Christening: 21 FEB 1873 Quainton, Bucks
Occupation: Date: 1891
Place: Dressmaker
Occupation: Date: 1881
Place: Scholar
Death: 1957
Census: Date: 1891
Place: George & Dragon, Quainton, Bucks

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Sheriff, Eliza (b. 1860, d. ?)
Note: 1881 census:

Albert PACKER Head M Male 25 Norton, Somerset, England Carman
Mary E. PACKER Wife M Female 26 March, Cambridge, England
Mary A. SHERIFF Sister Female 14 March, Cambridge, England Scholar
Tom BROWN Lodger U Male 21 Norton, Somerset, England Carman
Arthur CLARK Boarder Male 16 Hammersmith, Middlesex, England Labourer
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1871 census
Source: (Individual)
Title: 1881 census
Source: (Individual)
Title: 1861 census
Occupation: Date: 1881
Place: Servant
Census: Date: 1881
Place: 4 Roseford Terrace, Hammersmith, London
Census: Date: 1861
Place: Hurst Lane, March, Cambridgeshire

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Sheriff, Mary A (b. 1866, d. ?)
Note: 1881 census:

Albert PACKER Head M Male 25 Norton, Somerset, England Carman
Mary E. PACKER Wife M Female 26 March, Cambridge, England
Mary A. SHERIFF Sister Female 14 March, Cambridge, England Scholar
Tom BROWN Lodger U Male 21 Norton, Somerset, England Carman
Arthur CLARK Boarder Male 16 Hammersmith, Middlesex, England Labourer
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1871 census
Census: Date: 1881
Place: 6 Chapel Street, London

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Burnell, Sarah (b. 1779, d. ?)
Source: (Christening)
Title: BFHS Baptisms
Christening: --Not Shown--

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Burnell, Sarah (b. 9 APR 1764, d. ?)
Note: there is the followin on the IGI - to check:-

SARAH BURNELL
Spouse: ROBERT ELES Family
Marriage: 16 MAY 1787 Waddesdon, Buckingham, England


Source Information:
Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Typ

M044032 1735 - 1753 0919255 Film 6909196 Film

M044032 1754 - 1883 0919256 Film NONE


Source: (Christening)
Title: BFHS Baptisms
Christening: --Not Shown--

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Flockton, Annie Wotton (b. 1855, d. ?)
Note: Annie W Branfield/wife/age 45/born Huddersfield, York (this is his second wife, who was the wicked stepmother, who forced his older girls into service and supposed to have been responsible for the disappearance of his money and the change in the family fortune. She was supposed to have been the housekeeper, before she married him.
From all accounts she was the real wicked step mother. She apparently kicked the oldest two out and forced them into service. Lucy was in a place where her brother found her half starved, and being forced to sleep on rags under the sink. He took her out of there and to his home, he was running a pub at the time, and Lucy helped behind the bar. He must have had girls, because they were apparently to proud to work behind the bar.
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1901 census

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Branfield, Lilian (b. 1884, d. ?)
Note: she died just after the birth of her first child, a son. Her sisters where going to share the raising of
him, but a member of fathers family took him in instead. That is the last he was heard of - Aunt Lil
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1901 census/www.freebmd
Data:
Text: Jun qtr District of Stafford ref: 6b 22
Source: (Christening)
Title: 1891 census/David Eldridge
Christening: --Not Shown--
Census: Date: 1891
Place: 41 CoOperative Str, Stafford

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Branfield, Bernard (b. 1897, d. ?)
Note: (he is the son of Henry and Annie-this is the first I have ever heard of him, but my Aunt has confirmed
there was a son, but she never met him. (There was obviously a lot of resentment
to this Annie, as the feelings were defiantly passed from Henry's daughters to
the next generation. It is like it happened yesterday!) - Hazel
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1901 census/www.freebmd
Data:
Text: Jun qtr District of Stafford ref: 6b 12

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Price, 2 girls (b. , d. ?)
Note: Wilfred had two girls (very nice little girls) and lived in Lincoln for a while.
Aunt Lil was stationed near Lincoln and used to visit them on weekends.
Source: (Name)
Title: Hazel Ann Burnell

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Burnell, Thomas (b. 1788, d. 1823)
Source: (Death)
Title: BFHS Burial Database/NBI
Source: (Burial)
Title: BFHS Burial Database
Death: 1823 Emberton, Bucks
Burial: 6 FEB 1823 All Saints, Emberton

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Burnell, William (b. 1816, d. 1816)
Death: 1816 Buckingham
Burial: 12 MAR 1816 St Peter & St Paul, Buckingham

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Pummell, Alfred Edward (b. 7 JUN 1895, d. 26 MAY 1952)
Note: My Dad "entered the service of the then Great Eastern Railway at Victoria Station, Norwich in 1912. Except for the first World War years he remained there until his transfer to Thorpe Station in 1938
Source: (Birth)
Title: Eric Pummell
Source: (Death)
Title: Tez
Media: Book
Occupation: Date: 1912
Place: Great Eastern Railway, Norwich
Death: 26 MAY 1952 City Hall, Norwich, Norfolk

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Pummell, Alan (b. --Not Shown--)
Note: As you know my brother Alan was born in June 1923 and, I only learned this week (!), he was born in Bourne End, Bucks and moved to Norwich (with our Mum and Dad of course) when he was 1 year old
Source: (Birth)
Title: Eric Pummell

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Carter, Francis James (b. 1888, d. ?)
Source: (Birth)
Title: Tez
Media: Book

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Sharman, Bertie (b. MAR 1881, d. ?)
Note: 1881 census: 1 month old in census. Robert Peek has put himself down as the father in the census!
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1881 census
Data:
Text: District of Mutford ref: 4a 8(2)5 Mar qtr
Source: (Individual)
Title: 1901 census
Source: (Individual)
Title: 1891 census/David Eldridge
Occupation: Date: 1901
Place: House Porter
Occupation: Date: 1891
Place: Scholar
Census: Date: 1901
Place: Carlton Colville, Suffolk with mum, nan & grandad
Census: Date: 1891
Place: Bell Corner, Carlton Colville, Suffolk

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Nunn, Herbert William (b. 1889, d. ?)
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1901 census
Occupation: Date: 1901
Place: at school

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Peek, Robert (b. 1831, d. ?)
Note: Robert was a widower in 1881when Elizabeth was his housekeeper & they had Bertie
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1881 census
Occupation: Date: 1881
Place: Ag Lab
Census: Date: 1881
Place: near The Bell Inn, Carlton Colville, Suffolk

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Branfield, Lillian (b. , d. 1918)
Note: I have heard one story of Charles visiting one time, and taking Aunt Lil's pram ( I think toy) back to Birmingham, for his daughter Lillian to play with. Aunt Lil was young at the time, and hadn't finished playing with it herself. Anyway, this Lillian didn't get to play with it because soon after that she, her mother and the baby died in the big flu epidemic. I looked up the date of the epidemic and it was 1918.
Source: (Name)
Title: Hazel Ann Burnell
Death: 1918

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Branfield, Winifred (b. , d. ?)
Note: Aunt Lil said married a french man who would have nothing to do with her when he found out she was pregnant. She apparently had a second marriage, and had a son named David (not sure from which marriage). Winnie was a nurse.

Eiher a brother or husband was called Reginald
Source: (Name)
Title: Hazel Ann Burnell

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Unknown, David (b. , d. ?)
Source: (Name)
Title: Hazel Ann Burnell

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