Family History

I would love hear from if you have anything to say about this. BACON ELIZABETH SAXBY Born: 1799 Oving Baptised: 23/6/1799 Oving Mother: Ann (Nancy) Ellis Father: Thomas Saxby Married: 24/1/1818 South Bersted Buried: 16/6/1829 Tangmere Spouse; William Bacon Baptised: 13/4/1794 Parents: William & Sarah Bacon Buried: 27/12/1842 Oving from Portfield Children: Charles Bacon born 1818 Oving Emma Bacon born about 1820 Thomas Bacon born 1825 Tangmere William Bacon born 1828 Tangmere 1818: both made their marks. Witnessed by Thomas Burt (signed) Lydia Werls (mark) 1841 census: Residing Tangmere with Emma 20 and baby Mary. Occupation: agricultural labourer CHARLES BACON Born: 1818 Oving Father: William Bacon Mother: Elizabeth Saxby Baptised: 28/6/1818 Oving Died: 1888 Westhampnett district Married: 10/11/1839 Oving Spouse: Jemima Trowbridge Baptised: 12/7/1818 Tollard Royal, Dorset Parents: Stephen and Mary Trowbridge Died: 1892 Westhampnett district Children: [Elizabeth}Mary Bacon born 1841 Nutbourne Eleanor Jane Bacon born 1842 Oving Selina Bacon born 1844 Oving George William Bacon born 1846 Oving Charles bacon born 1849 Oving Sarah Bacon born 1851 Oving Stephen born 1854 Oving Eliza Jane born 1856 Oving 1839: Both signed. Witnessed by James Mayhead and Mary Bacon who both made marks. Stephen Trowbridge described as labourer 1841 census: Residing Portfield, Oving. Occupation: agricultural labourer 1851 census: Residing Oving. Brother William living with them. Occupation: agricultural labourer 1861 census: Residing Oving. Occupation agricultural labourer. Jemima a charwoman 1871 census: Residing Oving. Occupation: agricultural labourer 1881 census: Residing 92 Oving Road, Oving. Occupation: agricultural labourer. Grandchildren Eleanor A Jones 8, Hiram F W Jones aged 6 and Stephen J F Jones 2 living with them 1891 census: Jemima widow living with grand-daughter Eleanor Jones in alms houses Oving Elizabeth Mary Bacon died 1917 Westbourne district. She married 20/11/1866 Oving Hiram Butler Inkpen baptised 13/6/1841 West Dean son of James and Susan Butler Inkpen. Children: Nellie Inkpen born 1871; Benjamin Inkpen b 1875; Rose Inkpen b 1887 INKPEN file Eleanor Jane Bacon baptised 27 March 1842 Oving buried 16/8/1867 Oving. 1861 census: kitchenmaid 2 UpFlyde Park, Paddington Note 4: Selina Bacon baptised 30/6/1844 died 1921 Westbourne district married 1867 Havant Stephen Palmer baptised 11/11/1843 son of Stephen & Mary Palmer, died 1924 Havant district. Children: Selina Palmer born 1869 North Hayling, Stephen Palmer b 1871 North Hayling, Mary palmer born 1872 North Hayling; George W palmer born 1876 North Hayling; Eleanor Palmer born 1878 North Hayling; Elizabeth Palmer born 1880 North Hayling; Hiram Palmer born 1884 North Hayling PALMER file Charles Bacon bapt 16/8/1849 Oving died 1931 Chichester district married 26/4/1873 Westhampnett Portfield Fanny Goldring born 1851 Rumboldswycjke died 1942 Chichester district daughter of George & Eliza Goldring. Children: George Bacon born 1874 Portfield; Henry Bacon born 1878 Portfield; Jemima Bacon born 1881; Elizabeth Bacon born 1885 Portfield; Stephen Bacon born BACON, CHARLES file Sarah Bacon baptised 7/9/1851 Oving buried 19/3/1880 Portfield Westhampnett district married 9/4/1872 Oving Frank Jones. Frank a Seaman, RN son of William Jones labourer. She signed, he made his mark. Witnessed by Charles Bacon and Fanny Goldring. Born 1847 Yapton, baptised 25/7/1847 Barnham Children: Eleanor A Jones b 1873, Hiram F W Jones b. 1875 and Stephen J F Jones b 1879 JONES (Sussex) file George William Bacon bapt 28/11/1846 Oving bried 3/10/1848 Portfield from Oving Stephen Bacon bapt 19/2/1854 Oving 1871 census: Residing with parents. Occupation: navvy Eliza Jane Bacon bapt 4/5/1856 Oving married 1882 Portsea John Jones baptised 29/10/1854 Barnham son of William and Charlotte Jones (brother of Frank who married Eliza’s sister Sarah) 1871 census: servant to Stevens household Portfield Road, Portfield. 1881 census: Residing Flats, Belgrave mansions, St George Hanover Square . Occupation: ladies maid to Jane Vyse. 1901 census: Residing Appleby’s Row, Embleton,Northumberland. Listed as widow EMMA BACON Born: abt 1820 Father: William Bacon Mother: Elizabeth Saxby Married: 1845 Chichester district Spouse: James May Born: abt 1800 Boxgrove Buried: 28/11/ 1860 Rumboldswhycke Children: Mary Bacon born about 1841 possibly died 1843 Westhampnett district George William Pea Bacon b 1842 Oving James May b 1846 Rumboldswyke Mary Ann May b 1850 Rumboldswycke Emma May b 1853 Rumboldswycke 1851 census: Residing Wycke Street. Occupation: gardener 1871 census: Residing Wycke Road, widow. Frank Cobby, widower. Agricultural labourer living with them. Occupation: charwoman 1881 census: Emma widow residing 41 Charles Street, Woolwich with daughter-in-law Charlotte Bacon. In same house as daughter Emma and her family. Occupation: charwoman 1891 census: Emma possibly lodger 42 Burrage Rd, Plumstead. Occupation: needlewoman. Place of birth given as Longmean George William Pea Bacon baptised 31/7/1842 Oving. See BACON, GEORGE William Pea file and MAY – COBBY file THOMAS BACON Born: 1825 Tangmere Father: William Bacon Mother: Elizabeth Saxby Baptised: 22/12/1825 Tangmere Buried: 1/5/1856 St Paul Chichester from Orchard Street Married: 13/6/1847 Oving Spouse: Jane Lee Baptised: 30/6/1826 Sidlesham Parents: William & Elizabeth Lee Died: 1851 Havant district Children: William Bacon born 1949 Warblington, Hants (or Leigh and Emsworth) 1847: Thomas and Jane both made their marks. Both from Portfield. William a labourer. Witnessed by William Bacon (mark) Jemima Bacon (signed) 1851 census: Residing Warblington, Hants. Occupation: agricultural labourer William Bacon bapt 4/2/1949 Warblington died 7/3/1929 44 Southfield Rd, Broadwater Married 1883 East Preston district Elizabeth Ellen Penfold born 1858 Ashington. She died 1928 East Preston district 1861 census: living with uncle and aunt Joseph and Ann Lee, New Barn, Appledram. Occupation: agricultural labourer 1871 census: Residing with aunt and uncle White Stone, Birdham. Occupation: agricultural labourer 1891 census: residing South Farm, Broadwater. Occupation: carter. Nephews Charles & Thomas Tomsetts and niece Jane Knight 10 with them 1901 census: Residing Broadwater Rd. occupation: farm carter 1911 census: Residing Broadwater. Occupation: market gardener. No children 1929: Estate of £154 4s 2d, probate to Jonathan Dillistone, builder WILLIAM BACON Born: 1828 Tangmere Father: William Bacon Mother: Elizabeth Saxby Baptised: 24/1/1828 Tangmere Buried: 2/9/ 1882 Chichester district Married: 25/9/1853 Oving Spouse: Sarah Bramsden Parents: George Bramsden Born: abt 1828 Felpham Buried: 23/2/1877 Portfield Children: Annie Bacon born 1853 Oving 1853: Witnessed by Charles and Susan Gale. Fathers George Bramsden miller and William Bacon labourer 1861 census: residing Oving. Occupation: agricultural labourer 1871 census: Residing Cemetery Lane, Oving. Occupation: agricultural labourer. Sister-in-law Louisa Gale with them 1881 census: William widower residing 4 Russell St, Oving with daughter Ann Bacon bapt 7/11/1853 Oving married 1877 16/5/1877 Portfield William Lockyer son of Charles Lockyer. SEE LOCKYER file