Family History


Still some gaps and I would love to find out more about my husband's great great aunt. You can contact me Susan Martin on martis1@hotmail.co.uk ANN ROTHENBURG Born: 1833 or 1834 Newport, Isle of Wight Father: John Rothenburg Mother: Ann Warr Died: 28/3/1903 Brighton Married; 29/8/1859 St Saviour, Southwark Spouse: Edward Hayward Baptised: 20/3/1836 St John the Baptist Hoxton Died: 2/4/1870 95 Mile End Road, Mile End, London Parents: Henry Gould and Catherine Hayward Married: 1877 Rochford district Spouse: Thomas Richard Honey Born: 28/8/1854 St Pancras Baptised: 14/9/1854 St Pancras church Parents: Thomas & Jane Honey Died: 7/5/1890 Castle Hotel, High Road, Woodford Children Catherine Hayward b 1860 Mile End Clara E Hayward b 1861 Mile End Edward Hayward b 1865 Mile End John James Hayward b 1868 Mile End 1836: Edward Hayward baptised from Turnours? Square Hoxton. Father a quill manufacturer 1851 census: Ann residing 3 Jubilee Street, Stepney. Occupation: servant to Elizabeth Chatting. Edward Hayward’s parents running The Woodman, White Street, Bethnal Green. Edward an apprentice 6 Windsor Place, St Luke residing in household of H Cousins, music professor 1854: At time of baptism Thomas Honey living Doughty St, St Pancras. Father a policeman 1855: Ann had banns read in St Saviour’s 9/9/1855 for marriage to Francis Butler 1859: At time of marriage both residing Mile End Road. Groom’s father’s occupation given as victualler as was John Rothenburg’s. Witnessed by Ann Rothenburg and Wm Cradke? 1861 census: Residing 10 Beaumont Rd, Stepney. No occupation for Edward 1870: Probate to widow Ann Hayward. Estate under £4000 1871 census: widow Ann living 95 Mile End Road, Mile End Occupation: licensed victualler, Brother James living with her, also son Edward, Alfred Coot 17 boarder, Louisa Ledger 20 servant, James Wright 24 potman. Thomas Honey residing at Bethnal Green Police Station with parents. Occupation: clerk. Father a police inspector 1881 census: residing Manor Tavern, Stopford Rd. West Ham. Occupation: landlady. With them children Catherine, Clara and John Hayward and Jane Middleton, 21, servant 1891 census: visiting Lime Villa, Woodford, Hannah and Minnie Hoskins, single sisters. Son Edward with her 1890: Probate to widow Ann Honey. Estate worth £2413 3s 4d 1892: Era 24/10/1891 Castle Hotel, High Road. Woodford. Licence for music and dancing transferred from Ann Honey to Mr Ullmer 1901 census: Widow Ann residing 7 Bedford Place Brighton. Occupation: lodging housekeeper. Daughter Kate Smith with her 1903: At time of death residing 21 Surrey Street, Brighton. Probate to Catherine Ann Smith widow. Estate of £52 10s CATHERINE ANN (KATE) HAYWARD Born: 1860 Mile End Father; Edward Hayward Mother: Ann Rothenburg Died: probably 1903 Eastbourne Married: 1882 West Ham district Spouse; Frederick Noah Smith Born: 1860 London 1871 census: lodging with sister Clara with Frederick & Elizabeth Carr, 1 Alfred Terrace St Leonard Shoreditch.He was a cabinet maker eonard Shoreditch. 1881 census: Living with mother and step-father. Occupation: barmaid 1891 census: Residing 2 Salmons Lane Ratcliff. Occupation: licensed victualler 1901 census: Kate living with mother in Brighton. CLARA ELIZABETH HAYWARD Born: 1861 Mile End Father: Edward Hayward Mother: Ann Rothenburg Died: 16/5/ 1899 Cubs Cottage, Epping New Road, Buckhurst Hill Married: 22/2/1893 St Paul, Bow Common Spouse: Charles French Baptised: 2/11/1856 Chigwell Parents: Charles & Elizabeth French Died: 10/8/1926 Holly Cottage, Epping New Road, Buckhurst Hill 1871 census: Clara residing with sister Catherine at 1 Alfred Terrace St Leonard Shoreditch. 1881 census: Clara residing with mother. Occupation: barmaid. Charles residing with widowed mother Holly Cottage, Epping New Road. Occupation: carman 1891 census: Clara residing with sister Kate. Living on own means. Charles residing Epping new Road with widowed mother. Occupation: carman and contractor 1893: At marriage Clara residing 181 Bow Common. Charles occupation contractor residing New Road, Buckhurst Hill, Essex. Witnessed by John Fawleonbridge? And Ann Honey 1899: Clara left estate of £66. Administration to her husband Charles 1901 census: Widower Charles residing on his own Epping New Road, Buckhurst. Occupation: contractor 1911 census: Charles residing Epping New Road, Buckhurst Hill with second wife Thirza Hannah French aged 59 born Enfield. They married 10/8/1902 All Saints Edmonton. Occupation carman and contractor working on own account 1926: Charles left an estate of £78424, probate to Archibald White accountant and Charles Samuel French contractor. Charles Samuel was the son of his brother William. Thirza had died in 1923 EDWARD HENRY HAYWARD Born: 1865 Mile End Father: Edward Hayward Mother: Ann Rothenburg Married: 1891 Romford district Spouse: Minnie Haskins Born: 1862 St Lukes, Middlesex Parents: Samuel and Martha Haskins 1871 census: Residing with mother. Minnie residing Derby Rd, Woodford. Father a blind maker 1881 census: Minnie residing with parents 2 Lime Villas, Derby Road, Woodford 1891 census: Edward visiting his future wife 2 Lime Villas Derby Rd with his mother 1893: Essex Herald 28/11/1893. George Ridgueil 30 a wood chopper of Leytonstone was charged on remand with breaking into a stable at the Golden Fleece Inn Manor Park and stealing four live ducks the property of Edward Hayward on November 21st , further with stealing…the prisoner was committed for trial, to the Essex adjourned quarter sessions tomorrow 1901 census: licensed victualler living 44 Forest Drive, Forest gate, Martha & Edward Hoskins visitors & William Worwood, potman JOHN JAMES HAYWARD Born: 16/7/1868 Mile End Father: Edward Hayward Mother: Ann Rothenburg Died: Essex SW district Married: 12/5/1891 St Alphege Greenwich Spouse: Alice Smith Born: 8/4/1872 Mile End or Stratford Parents: Edward Smith Children: Alice Hayward born 1891 Finsbury Edward Hayward born 1893 Bermondsey Julia Florence Hayward born 1896 Homerton Harold Edgar Hayward born 1899 Homerton Edith Helena Hayward born 1906 Homerton Richard Hayward born 1907 Wanstead 1881 census: Residing with mother and stepfather census: publican Bold Face Stag, 64 Clifton St, Shoreditch. Ann a servant there 1891: At time of marriage a licensed victualler living 64 Clifton Street Finsbury, son of Edward Hayward deceased licensed victualler. Alice residing 19 Park Place, daughter of Edward Smith licensed victualler. Witnessed by Edward Smith, Amos Fazey and Eunice? Jones 1896 & 1899: Baptism register. Residing 52 Roding Road Homerton. Occupation: police constable 1901 census: 52 Roding Road, Homerton. Occupation: police constable 1911 census: Residing 25 Dangan Road, Wanstead. Occupation: police constable. Daughter Alice an apprentice milliner, son Edward GE railway van guard, Julia a nursery maid 1939 register: 3 Gordon Road, Wanstead. Occupation: OAP. Julia Florence Hayward born 6/4/1896 Homerton baptised 10/5/1896 St Paul Homerton Harold Edgar Hayward born 24/7/1899 Homerton baptised 1./10/1899 St Paul Homerton Edith Helena Hayward born 12/7/1906 Homerton baptised 1/8/1906 St paul Homerton