The Thompson Family Genealogy Pages

Discovering our Ancestors

Notes


Matches 1 to 50 of 67

      1 2 Next»

 #   Notes   Linked to 
1 1841 census at Little Smeaton, Osgoldcross, Womersley, with wife and 2 children 1861 census Shooter's Hill (?) Kirk Smeaton Pontefract, with wife and Joseph (13) dies before 1881  Trippett, John (P242)
 
2 1841 census at Little Smeaton, Osgoldcross, Womersley, with wife and 2 children 1861 census Shooter's Hill (?) Kirk Smeaton Pontefract, with wife and Joseph (13) dies before 1881 Trippett, John (I245)
 
3 1851 Census age 66 Lowgate, Swinefleet/Whitgift, born Crowle, Lincs, working as Ag Lab, with wife Sarah age 47 and daughter Ann a dressmaker  Brunyee, Alexander (P218)
 
4 1851 Census age 66 Lowgate, Swinefleet/Whitgift, born Crowle, Lincs, working as Ag Lab, with wife Sarah age 47 and daughter Ann a dressmaker Brunyee, Alexander (I221)
 
5 1851 census Whitgift, Swinefleet, Lowgate, Ag Lab age 45 living with wife and 5 children died before 1861 census Theaker, Joseph (P213)
 
6 1851 census Whitgift, Swinefleet, Lowgate, Ag Lab age 45 living with wife and 5 children died before 1861 census Theaker, Joseph (I216)
 
7 1861 census crew list, He was on the HMS Agamemnon as Chief Boatswains Mate, in the Suda bay, Island of Candia. (Candia Island is better known as Crete).
In 1857 the government fitted her out HMS Agamemnon to carry 1,250 tons of telegraphic cable for the Atlantic Telegraph Company's first attempt to lay a transatlantic telegraph cable Although this was unsuccessful, the following year the project was resumed. The 'Agamemnon' and her American counterpart USS 'Niagara' spliced their cable ends in midatlantic on 29 July 1858. On 16 August Queen Victoria sent a ninety-nine-word message to President Buchanan, a process that took more than sixteen hours. Three weeks later the cable failed because of insulation failure due to over enthusiastic operators using too high a voltage. During the Crimean War she took part in the bombardment of Sebastopol on 17 October 1854 and the shelling of Fort Kinburn, at the mouth of the Dnieper, one year later. The 'Agamemnon's' success was such that she remained the basic model for the first decade of Britain's steam battlefleet. After service on the Caribbean and North American stations, the 'Agamemnon' was paid off in 1862 and sold in 1870.
 
Thompson, Richard (P141)
 
8 1861 census crew list, He was on the HMS Agamemnon as Chief Boatswains Mate, in the Suda bay, Island of Candia. (Candia Island is better known as Crete).
In 1857 the government fitted her out HMS Agamemnon to carry 1,250 tons of telegraphic cable for the Atlantic Telegraph Company's first attempt to lay a transatlantic telegraph cable Although this was unsuccessful, the following year the project was resumed. The 'Agamemnon' and her American counterpart USS 'Niagara' spliced their cable ends in midatlantic on 29 July 1858. On 16 August Queen Victoria sent a ninety-nine-word message to President Buchanan, a process that took more than sixteen hours. Three weeks later the cable failed because of insulation failure due to over enthusiastic operators using too high a voltage. During the Crimean War she took part in the bombardment of Sebastopol on 17 October 1854 and the shelling of Fort Kinburn, at the mouth of the Dnieper, one year later. The 'Agamemnon's' success was such that she remained the basic model for the first decade of Britain's steam battlefleet. After service on the Caribbean and NorthAmerican stations, the 'Agamemnon' was paid off in 1862 and sold in 1870.
 
Thompson, Richard (I144)
 
9 1861 census, widow living with Joseph, Ann and grandson William (Parents?) age 7 born Goole (Unknown), Ann (P214)
 
10 1861 census, widow living with Joseph, Ann and grandson William (Parents?) age 7 born Goole (Unknown), Ann (I217)
 
11 1861 Swinefleet, widow with daufghetr and sonlaw. Ancestry.co.uk has her down as Sarah Bennyce in 1861 at Freman Cottages and Lane Street ??? igi claims christening 3 July 1803 Whitgift Yorkshire, parents Henry and Ann igi claims marriage Henry Waterland and Ann Parkin 06 Aug 1798 Whitgift Yorkshire igi claims christening of Henry Waterland 28 Sep 1777 Whitgift, father John Waterland igi claims marriage 28 Feb 1775 John Waterland to Mary Birkhill at Whitgift igi claims christening John Waterland 10 May 1752 Adlingfleet father Henry igi claims marriage Henry Waterland and Ann Cooke 25 May 1751 Adlingfleet igi no birth igi: too many Ann Cookes igi claims birth Mary Burkhill 8 Jun 1755 Adlingfleet father James. igi claims marriage James Burkill to Elianor Clark 6 June 1754 Adlingfleet igi claims birth James Burkill possibly 10 Mar 1727 in Whitton North Lincolnshire, Father William Burkill, mother Mary (and birth of William 23 Sep 1719) igi claims marriage William Burkill and Mary ferryman 22 October 1719 Waterland, Sarah (P219)
 
12 1861 Swinefleet, widow with daufghetr and sonlaw. Ancestry.co.uk has her down as Sarah Bennyce in 1861 at Freman Cottages and Lane Street ??? igi claims christening 3 July 1803 Whitgift Yorkshire, parents Henry and Ann igi claims marriage Henry Waterland and Ann Parkin 06 Aug 1798 Whitgift Yorkshire igi claims christening of Henry Waterland 28 Sep 1777 Whitgift, father John Waterland igi claims marriage 28 Feb 1775 John Waterland to Mary Birkhill at Whitgift igi claims christening John Waterland 10 May 1752 Adlingfleet father Henry igi claims marriage Henry Waterland and Ann Cooke 25 May 1751 Adlingfleet igi no birth igi: too many Ann Cookes igi claims birth Mary Burkhill 8 Jun 1755 Adlingfleet father James. igi claims marriage James Burkill to Elianor Clark 6 June 1754 Adlingfleet igi claims birth James Burkill possibly 10 Mar 1727 in Whitton North Lincolnshire, Father William Burkill, mother Mary (and birth of William 23 Sep 1719) igi claims marriage William Burkill and Mary ferryman 22 October 1719 Waterland, Sarah (I222)
 
13 1871, 11 Whitethorn Street Bromley, St Leonard Tower Hamlet 1881 , 6 Gale Street with wife, son, daulaw and grnson, Tower Hamlets, Bromley Theaker, Joseph (P231)
 
14 1871, 11 Whitethorn Street Bromley, St Leonard Tower Hamlet 1881 , 6 Gale Street with wife, son, daulaw and grnson, Tower Hamlets, Bromley Theaker, Joseph (I234)
 
15 1881 census Mutton Hall Cottages Kirk Smeaton Wentbridge (page does not correspond to census data) Joseph ia an Ag Lab and Methodist Preacher, with wife and 3 children RG11 4597 Folio 56 page 15 Trippett, Joseph (P252)
 
16 1881 census Mutton Hall Cottages Kirk Smeaton Wentbridge (page does not correspond to census data) Joseph ia an Ag Lab and Methodist Preacher, with wife and 3 children RG11 4597 Folio 56 page 15 Trippett, Joseph (I255)
 
17 1891 census, domestic servant, Waterton Hall, Waterton Road, Garthorpe, Goole, Gainsboro Trippett, Charlotte (P221)
 
18 1891 census, domestic servant, Waterton Hall, Waterton Road, Garthorpe, Goole, Gainsboro Trippett, Charlotte (I224)
 
19 1901 census living at 154 Barcroft Street, Cleethorpes with sister-in-law (Nellie) Lyon, Lily (P190)
 
20 1901 census living at 154 Barcroft Street, Cleethorpes with sister-in-law (Nellie) Lyon, Lily (I193)
 
21 1901 census: - working as Able Seaman on board the VIKING West, Daniel (P189)
 
22 1901 census: - working as Able Seaman on board the VIKING West, Daniel (I192)
 
23 Appears in 1901 census as a domestic servant, age 14 Died of influenza Fenwick, Rosamond (P120)
 
24 Appears in 1901 census as a domestic servant, age 14 Died of influenza Fenwick, Rosamond (I123)
 
25 Appears in 1901 census as Master Mariner. No vessel stated. eight children; Lizzie, Samuel George (1888), Joseph, Darwin, Betsy, Dolly, Mary and Sally E. Thompson, Samuel George (P91)
 
26 Appears in 1901 census as Master Mariner. No vessel stated. eight children; Lizzie, Samuel George (1888), Joseph, Darwin, Betsy, Dolly, Mary and Sally E. Thompson, Samuel George (I94)
 
27 Appears in 1901 census as Oil Merchants Clerk, age 13 Married twice: 1- Rosamond Fenwick (? married, ?partnership) 2- Helen Stubbings (1920) Thompson, Samuel George (P98)
 
28 Appears in 1901 census as Oil Merchants Clerk, age 13 Married twice: 1- Rosamond Fenwick (? married, ?partnership) 2- Helen Stubbings (1920) Thompson, Samuel George (I101)
 
29 Birth Dec 1884 Poplar 1c 612 Theaker, James William (P240)
 
30 Birth Dec 1884 Poplar 1c 612 Theaker, James William (I243)
 
31 Birth Dec 1886 Poplar 1c 618 Theaker, Hannah Jane (P239)
 
32 Birth Dec 1886 Poplar 1c 618 Theaker, Hannah Jane (I242)
 
33 Birth Dec 1890 Poplar 1c 584 Theaker, Alice Mard (P238)
 
34 Birth Dec 1890 Poplar 1c 584 Theaker, Alice Mard (I241)
 
35 Birth: free bmd: Sep 1840 Glanford Bg 14 345 Marriage? 1881 census Garthorpe Lincs with wife and 7 children, Ag Lab Foreman, at Island House Davey, James (P56)
 
36 Birth: free bmd: Sep 1840 Glanford Bg 14 345 Marriage? 1881 census Garthorpe Lincs with wife and 7 children, Ag Lab Foreman, at Island House Davey, James (I59)
 
37 cannot see marriage in free bmd 1881 with father, and wife and son 1891 12 Weston Street Bromley with wife, 4 children, and parents, steam sawyer 1901 father described as head 12 Weston Street Bromley General Labourer with 7 children Theaker, John W\Alvia? (P233)
 
38 cannot see marriage in free bmd 1881 with father, and wife and son 1891 12 Weston Street Bromley with wife, 4 children, and parents, steam sawyer 1901 father described as head 12 Weston Street Bromley General Labourer with 7 children Theaker, John W\Alvia? (I236)
 
39 death Jun 1878 Harriet Trippet 45 years Hemsworth 9c 82 (Mother), Harriet (P226)
 
40 death Jun 1878 Harriet Trippet 45 years Hemsworth 9c 82 (Mother), Harriet (I229)
 
41 free bmd Gainsbro 7a 715 Sep 1898 (Gainsbro covers Scotter) Davey, Ronald Wilfred (P207)
 
42 free bmd Gainsbro 7a 715 Sep 1898 (Gainsbro covers Scotter) Davey, Ronald Wilfred (I210)
 
43 free bmd Sep 1900 Gainsbro 7a 706 Davey, Herbert Clarence (P208)
 
44 free bmd Sep 1900 Gainsbro 7a 706 Davey, Herbert Clarence (I211)
 
45 gro 14 383  Briggs, Susannah (P110)
 
46 gro 14 383 Briggs, Susannah (I113)
 
47 igi claims parents are Jonathan Brunnyee and Elizabeth, and birth is 23 Nov 1761 igi claims marriage Elizabeth brown and Jonathan Brunnyee 31 August 1754 Crowle. But we also have a Jonathan Brunyee marrying Mary Potton 1748, and no recorded death, and only 1 Jonathan, so ....? igi claims christening Jonathan Bronyee 10 Mar 1721 Crowle, parents John Bronyee and Joan, cannot find marriage in igi Too many Elizabeth Browns Brunyee, William (P227)
 
48 igi claims parents are Jonathan Brunnyee and Elizabeth, and birth is 23 Nov 1761 igi claims marriage Elizabeth brown and Jonathan Brunnyee 31 August 1754 Crowle. But we also have a Jonathan Brunyee marrying Mary Potton 1748, and no recorded death, and only 1 Jonathan, so ....? igi claims christening Jonathan Bronyee 10 Mar 1721 Crowle, parents John Bronyee and Joan, cannot find marriage in igi Too many Elizabeth Browns Brunyee, William (I230)
 
49 in 1871 age 24, sailor, unmarried, prisoner , sailor in Goole in 1881, Henry Thornton Theaker is a widower and a prisoner in Leeds Marriage Leeds Mar 1874 9b 548, to either Kate Brook or Elizabeth Gibbs Is he on board ship in 1861 ? Cannot find 1n 1891 or 1901 or death Theaker, Thornton (P229)
 
50 in 1871 age 24, sailor, unmarried, prisoner , sailor in Goole in 1881, Henry Thornton Theaker is a widower and a prisoner in Leeds Marriage Leeds Mar 1874 9b 548, to either Kate Brook or Elizabeth Gibbs Is he on board ship in 1861 ? Cannotfind 1n 1891 or 1901 or death Theaker, Thornton (I232)
 

      1 2 Next»